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The Oracle® Cloud Security Practices team, in their own words, “describe how Oracle protects the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of customer data and systems that are hosted in the Oracle Cloud and/or accessed when providing Cloud services. Today, 430,000 customers in 175 countries use Oracle technologies to seize business opportunities and solve real, tangible challenges.
This post gives an overview of the components that are part of the Oracle® Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) network.
Microsoft® and Oracle® have worked together to enable customers to deploy Oracle applications such as Oracle E-Business Suite®, JD Edwards® EnterpriseOne, and PeopleSoft® in the cloud.
Subledger Accounting (SLA) is a dynamic feature of Oracle® R12 that you can use for meeting the accounting needs of the business.
The post introduces steps to set up an SSH tunnel for Oracle® WebLogic Server (WLS) Administration Console access in version R12.2.
This post describes how to restore single sign-on (SSO) and Oracle Internet Directory (OID) services after a server crash or disk corruption.
Could your organization be more agile, developing applications faster, cheaper, and more efficiently? Consider using Oracle® Application Express (APEX) and low-code development—a visual development method using drag-and-drop elements. Introduction APEX enables you to adapt to changing requirements and empowers developers and your entire organization to be a part of the solution quickly. Image source: https://apex.oracle.com/en/ Why APEX? APEX is the easiest way for developers to build visually appealing apps for their data.
The Oracle® Database 18c for Enterprise Edition on Cloud bundles engineered systems (Exadata) with many new and improved features. Release 18c improves the refreshable clone feature from the 12c release 2 by adding a quick switchover or failover facility. You can also create a snapshot carousel to clone or replicate pluggable databases (PDBs) in a multitenant environment.