IOUG Blogging Guidelines
Interested in becoming a blogger for IOUG? Included in the document below is a set of guidelines, best practices and policies for representing the IOUG as a blogger.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns with the guidelines and process outlined below, please direct them to the IOUG Social Media Marketing Coordinator.
Thanks, and looking forward to your help!
- The IOUG Team
How to Blog For IOUG (Word Document)
Oracle Releases Exadata X-4, a new version of its Exadata Database Appliance
Blog: IOUG Blog | Posted By: Dan McDonnell | Released: December 13, 2013, 10:38 am
Oracle has just launched Exadata X-4, its fifth version of its Exadata database appliance. Compared to X-3, this updated release provides a 77 percent to 100 percent increase in database I/Os per second, nearly 100 percent more Infiniband throughput, double the PCI Flash capacity
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Top 10 Signs You've Been Working with Oracle Technology and Larry Ellison Too Long
Blog: IOUG Blog | Posted By: James Lui | Released: December 9, 2013, 11:14 am
--Note: Mr. Ellison is CEO of Oracle Corporation, the worlds foremost database, middleware and data appliance vendor, long-known for ability to facilitate deployment of massive applications which need unheard of expertise to ensure proper operation and stability (e.g. healthcare.gov) 10) You're thi
Registration is Live! Engage with Fellow #IOUGeniuses at COLLABORATE 14 - IOUG Forum!
Blog: IOUG Blog | Posted By: IOUG Headquarters | Released: October 30, 2013, 1:18 pm
Do you want to be a performance tuning master? Spearhead a flawless OEM12c installation? Get so good at your job that you and your hardware form a psychic bond? Then join us at this year’s COLLABORATE 14 - IOUG Forum will in Las Vegas from April 7-11, 2014 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.
Healthcare.gov and You - An IOUG IT Project Perspective
Blog: IOUG Blog | Posted By: James Lui | Released: October 25, 2013, 5:07 pm
How Lucky Do You Feel today to be working on lesser-known web projects instead of healthcare.gov?
(photo By Charles Dharapak, AP) Would you care to be in Mr. Jeffery Zients shoes as the latest consultant brought in to fix a website application that has garnered the attention of world-wide press, a
Oracle DBA Best Practices from Seth Williams
Blog: IOUG Blog | Posted By: Dan McDonnell | Released: October 4, 2013, 9:20 am
Oracle DBA Best Practices
The Oracle's DBA Best Practices Guide is intended to provide information regarding Oracle's products. However, Oracle warns users that the guide does not represent any form of commitment from Oracle on the delivery or functionality or any other commitment. The guide should