This blog delves into the details of the Oracle® Exadata® Smart Scan feature, including an explanation of how SQL processing differs with Exadata and usage examples.
Demantra® and advanced Supply Planning Work Area (SPWA) are demand management and supply chain management tools provided by Oracle®. These products are integrated with the Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) and Oracle Advanced Planning Suite (APS) (which are part of the Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning (ASCP)) to best leverage Demantra demand management and supply chain management functionalities.
This blog covers Demantra and SPWA configuration with Oracle EBS and APS Value Chain Planning (VCP) from an Oracle database administrator (DBA) and architecture perspective. It also provides high-level installation steps for Demantra and advanced SPWA.
On-demand infrastructure, with its speed, agility, efficient use of resources and lower costs drives many organizations toward cloud adoption.
When used in conjunction with tools like CloudFormation or Terraform, users are able to provision and remove cloud infrastructure programmatically. This is typically referred to as Infrastructure as Code, or IaC, and is great for stateless resources.
However, what if some servers cannot be regularly re-provisioned from scratch? Does it mean they need to be up and running 24/7, even if only used during limited hours?
This blog explains how to recover the enable password and the enable secret passwords of the Cisco® Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) and Cisco router. These passwords protect access to privileged execution and configuration modes. You can recover the enable password password, but the enable secret password is encrypted and must be replaced with a new one. You can also recover the Fortinet® Fortigate super admin password.
Terraform has gained a lot of popularity in the last couple years. Rackspace prefers to use Terraform to quickly spin up new architecture in AWS and Azure. However, with Amazon's lightning-fast deployment of new features, it has become harder for the Provider maintainers to keep up. Developers are left waiting for new features to be developed and merged into the
master branch before becoming available for general consumption.
This blog shows you how to install and configure Oracle® Forms and Reports version 184.108.40.206.0 on Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) version 7.2 server to ensure high availability.
Windows File Server have been one of the longest running methods for sharing files in corporate america for decades. Amazon brings its expertise in serverless to provide a solution for the problem of the large Total Cost of Ownership that on-premise options have had in the past.
This blog introduces transport layer security (TLS) and explains how it differs from secure socket layer (SSL). It also includes essential step-by-step instructions to enable TLS in Oracle® E-Business Suite® (EBS) R12.
The NetScaler Application Delivery Controller (ADC) is a Citrix® Systems core networking product. ADC improves the delivery speed and quality of applications for an end user. The product helps business customers perform tasks such as traffic optimization, L4-L7 load balancing, and web app acceleration while maintaining data security.
This blog covers the creation and maintenance of disaster recovery (DR) systems for Oracle® Enterprise Business Suites (EBS) applications and describes a generic process to create a version 12.2 applications DR system by using version 12.2.5 systems in the test area.