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OTN Article: Building a 100% Cloud Solution with Oracle Data Integrator

Posted in ACE, ArchBeat, BICS, DBCS, DEVEPM, EPM, EPM Automate, InfraStructure, ODI, ODI 11g, ODI Architecture, Oracle, Oracle Database, OS Command, OTN, PBCS, Tips and Tricks with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2017 by RZGiampaoli

Hi guys how are you? Today I want to share our new OTN article Building a 100% Cloud Solution with Oracle Data Integrator.
The article will cover how to integrate BICS, PBCS, DBCS and ODI and will explain step by step how to create a 100% cloud solution using ODI (everything on the cloud including ODI :)).

This is a perfect article for companies that are thinking to go cloud and have some doubts or even are thinking how you can integrate/use your actual infrastructure with the cloud services.

I hope you guys enjoy and see you soon.

Oracle Database Developer Choice Awards!

Posted in ACE, Oracle Database, OTN with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 28, 2015 by RZGiampaoli

Hi guys, just an important reminder…

The Oracle Database Developer Choice Awards vote period is almost in the end! Please vote for your favorite community experts in SQL, PL/SQL, APEX, ORDS, DB Design!

Voting closes 15 October #odevchoice

For people that doesn’t know what this is all about here’s the Oracle announcement 🙂

You are part of an enormous, worldwide community of Oracle Database technologists, with deep expertise in a variety of areas. And you have likely heard of Andy Mendelsohn, who runs the Database Server Technologies group at Oracle, and has been deeply involved in Oracle Database for decades. This year, Andy has established a new awards program to honor and give more visibility to members of the community who combine technical excellence with a commitment to sharing their know-how with developers.

The Oracle Database Developer Choice Awards –

This is a different kind of awards program for Oracle; it’s called “Developer Choice” because with these awards, our users nominate people and ACE judges come up with a list of finalists. Thirty-two finalists have been selected in five categories: SQL, PL/SQL, Application Express, ORDS and Database Design.

Now it’s time for everyone in the community determine the winners by voting at the Oracle Technology Network: Winners will be announced at the YesSQL celebration at Oracle Open World 2015 on 27 October.

That’s right. You get to help decide the winners: it’s by popular vote. So please take a moment to visit the awards page, check out the lists of finalists in each category and cast your vote!

These are the categories:


Don’t forget to vote. This is really important for the community.

Thanks you and see you soon!!

Vote today