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    clip_image002If you know and use Oracle BPM Suite, you will like to try the new cloud solution called Oracle Process Cloud Service or PCS. With PCS you can modeling your processes through the cloud without the need to install Oracle BPM Suite. Go to PCS section within the Oracle Cloud website to learn more about or try it:

    In this post we will create a basic process to create and approve employees.
    Download the sample application:

    Log in to Oracle Process Cloud Service.
    Click Create button, and then select New Application.

    Name the application as Create Employee Application.
    Select New Space option, and then name it as HR.

    In this step, we will create the process and we have many options to create it.
    Select the Form Approval Pattern option.

    Name the process as Create Employee Process.

    In the Create Employee Process, right-click Submit Request, and then select Implement. Read the complete article here.

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    Every month Oracle University releases new and updated training courses and certifications. As technology evolves on a daily basis, we ensure our digital and classroom curriculum evolves right along with it.

    Below, explore a sample of recently released training and certifications to empower yourself in a competitive global job market.

    Now more than ever, it's a wise investment to update your technical skills or pursue new skill sets altogether.

    New and Updated Courses

    1. Exadata Database Machine: 12c Administration Workshop Ed 1
    2. Oracle VM Server for x86: Administration Ed 2
    3. Oracle Linux 7: What's New for Administration Ed 1
    4. Java EE 7: Back-end Server Application Development
    5. PeopleSoft Payables Rel 9.2
    6. Intro to PeopleSoft/HR/Benefits Accelerated - US Rel 9.2
    7. PeopleSoft Human Resources Rel 9.2
    8. Siebel Integration Rel 15.5
    9. R12.2 Oracle Asset Management Fundamentals
    10. R12.2 Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning Fundamentals Ed 2

    New Oracle Learning Subscriptions 

    1. Security Learning Subscription

    New Oracle Certifications

    1. Oracle Database 12c Administer Certified Master
    2. Oracle Database Cloud Service Certified Associate
    3. Oracle Database Cloud Service Certified Professional
    4. Oracle Java Cloud Service Certified Associate
    Get started today!

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    We are excited this Friday to talk about the latest Oracle Developer Studio 12.5  announced last week with breakthrough features for developer efficiency!

    Optimized to complement Oracle’s complete hardware and software stack, Oracle Developer Studio helps companies build higher quality code, in less time.

    Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 delivers optimized compilers, advanced analysis tools and a multi-language aware IDE for easy development of fast, reliable and highly secure applications for Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linuxoperating systems.

    Some key features include: 

    • Highly optimized compilers generate up to 4.5x faster code on Oracle systems (SPARC, x86)
    • Advanced performance analysis tools provide deep insight to optimize C, C++, Java, Scala and Fortran applications
    • Software analysis tools protect applications from security vulnerabilities and include breakthrough SPARC Silicon Secured Memory support to secure applications at record speeds
    • IDE improves efficiency with unique features for C, C++, and C++/Java enterprise applications
    • Remote development capabilities enable the creation of server applications from most laptop and desktop environments 

    Three reasons you should try it out?

    1. Secure and simple:  Integrated with SPARC M7 Silicon Secured Memory which allows developers to find and fix common security attack vectors, such as buffer overflows and data corruption bugs in real-time. In addition, secure coding features throughout the tools enable application development teams to edit, compile and run more secure code.
    2. Productivity Benefits for Enterprise Apps: Expanded GNU support and binary compatibility, and includes full support for C++ 201, fast parse times when handling large source code bases, plug-ins to the Oracle Developer Cloud Service, and a remote interface that allows developers to code from the convenience of most laptop / desktop environments and remotely connect to applications on premise or in cloud-based IT environments. 
    3. Designed for Performance: Oracle Developer Studio’s highly optimized compilers support code generation for the latest:

      • Oracle SPARC M7, T7 and S7 systems
      • Oracle x86 systems
      • Fujitsu M10 systems 

        and deliver up to 4.5x faster performance compared to open source alternatives.

        Mr. Fu Tingsheng, Director of Engineering, China Mobile Customer Data Business Division of AsiaInfo, quotes:

        "As the leading provider of telecom network and software solutions in China, it important for us to deliver the best solutions to our customers.  The Oracle Developer Studio analysis tools give us the exact functionality we need to create very fast C/C++ applications.  We extensively use the Thread Analyzer to view the running state of threads and pinpoint where threads are blocked.  The Performance Analyzer accurately displays the execution time for each function and allows us to visualize performance data, significantly reducing the time it takes our developers to identify performance bottlenecks.  The Oracle Developer Studio analysis tools are a must-have for our highly multi-threaded and time constraint AIISMG and DNS solutions.”.

        Why not try it yourself. It is  available now, for free:Download Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 today!

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        Join the OTN Summits in July to view highly technical demonstrations, presentations, and hands-on labs to help you make the most of the Oracle tools and technologies you use or might use in the future.
        The sessions are delivered by Oracle product experts, Oracle ACE’s, and Java Champions who will be online to chat live during the event. There are four tracks, see below for more information and view full agenda here

        • Middleware: The Middleware track focuses on Integration in the Cloud, featuring three sessions presenting different perspectives on Oracle’s Integration Cloud Service (OICS).
        • Java: For the Java track you will learn best practices and platforms for improved development and deployment of Java applications, how to optimize your DevOps practices with practical and proven tactics, and create JavaScript applications leveraging Java EE as the backend.

        For details please visit the registration pages here July 12th 2016 or July 13th 2016 or July 14th 2016


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        I'm looking at different image gallery components as examples of how to work with them in the context of Oracle JET. Also, these scenarios are example of how to migrate from non-Oracle JET applications to Oracle JET applications.

        Here's the first, making use of the PrimeUI Galleria component:

        The structure of the application is like this: 

        Here's how the component looks:

        In the "bower.json" file, there is a single dependency:  

        "primeui": "4.1.12"

        In fact, this scenario is a plain normal JavaScript scenario that makes use of PrimeUI. No modularity, etc, just plain simple PrimeUI.

        To get from the above scenario to an Oracle JET application, you'd need to include Require (for migration modularity) and Knockout (for migration to Knockout components and data bindings). That's the topic of the next blog entry.

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        This is a series of 8 short videos explaining how to create a BPM application using Oracle Process Cloud Services. Part 1 will show how to login and create a new application:

        clip_image002Part 1

        Part 2

        Part 3

        Part 4

        Part 5

        Part 6

        Part 7

        Part 8

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        If you haven’t already booked your spot to attend Oracle OpenWorld 2016, this is the best time to do so. Why? We’ve got three very important reasons.

        1. The Early Bird Discount: This is the last week to save $500 off the conference pricing. The special rate ends July 17. Also when you register with Early Bird, you have a better chance of scoring a hotel near the Moscone Center.

        2. Entertainment: We’re just a few days away from making the amazing entertainment announcement for the Oracle Appreciation Event. RSVP to the Facebook Event to be the first to hear of the news. By locking in your spot as a conference attendee, you’ll get to attend all of the Oracle OpenWorld evening receptions—including the aforementioned Appreciation Event, which promises to be one of the best yet!

        3. Learning: This year we are rolling out even more opportunities for you to expand your learning at Oracle OpenWorld. In addition to keynotes and sessions, we’re launching new ways for you to soak up knowledge—from Oracle, your peers, and even from the friendly guys pictured below. We want you to experience Oracle beyond session rooms and keynote halls. From wearables, to customer journey mapping, to robotics, we think you'll leave Oracle OpenWorld seeing tech differently.

        You don’t need a special code to save on Oracle OpenWorld. Just be sure to hit the “register” button before July 17, and you’ll automatically receive the Early Bird discount. 

        See you in a few short months in San Francisco!

        The Oracle OpenWorld Team

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        Continuing from the first part, let's now move towards modularity via Require and data bindings via Knockout. 

        Here is the application:

        The project structure is like this, which looks a lot like the structure of an Oracle JET application, though an Oracle JET template was not the starting point of the below. Instead, I started with a plain ordinary HTML/JavaScript application and built up the structure from there, i.e., as a normal JavaScript application:

        Here the JQuery UI Accordion component is used, which looks as follows in this case: 

        To make sure that the versions of the various libraries work together, instead of getting hold of JQuery, JQuery UI, Require, and Knockout separately, I'm getting hold of all of them at once via Oracle JET in 'bower.json':

        "oraclejet": "2.0.2"

        Each gallery makes use of a Knockout component created in the project, which is used as follows: 

        <div data-bind="component: {name:'galleria', 
            params: {
              uniqueID: '1',
              images: [

        In the next part, we'll look at a different gallery component and set up the same kind of project structure to see how things work there.

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        Following up a series of questions around setting timers in the Oracle Community forums, I decided to write this article to try and guide their use and how these can be used to control process execution.

        Let’s start!

        The Use Case

        We’ll begin by setting up the scenario in which we’ll have to control our process flow.

        Imagine that you want to have a part of your process that executes immediately if the current time is between 08:00am and 04:00pm (16:00 hours for us Europeans), or wait until 08:00am if it’s outside that interval.

        It’s frequent to have some kind of control in parts of the processes, for instance when you want to send SMS to your customers. You certainly don’t want to do it at 03:00am.

        How will we make this?

        We should use a Catch Timer event, of course, and XPATH’s DateTime functions to check the current time and to set the timer to way for next morning’s 08:00.

        The Catch Timer event has several ways to be configured (triggered at specific dates and times, on a specific schedule – every day at 10:28:00 (repeatable), or in a time cycle – every 2 minutes), but we’ll focus on the one where we configure the timer to wait for a specific time and date. More on the others perhaps in another article.

        We’ll illustrate the use of timers with an example process. You can, of course, adapt it to your needs.

        Defining the execution conditions

        So you start by defining a gateway that will split the execution between:

        • Immediate
        • Wait for 08:00am
          • This will have to be split into prior to midnight and after midnight. but for now, we’ll consider the scenario of only two options.

        So, you set the expression on the conditional flow that will do the immediate execution, leaving the condition that must wait for 08:00 as the unconditional (default) branch.

        The expression should be something like this: Read the complete article here.

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        Oracle Linux 7: What's New for Administrators Ed 1explores the expanded possibilities Oracle Linux 7 brings system administration. Utilize new and modified tools, task flows, and options within installation, networking, management, storage and more.

        This course addresses system administration topics that are different in Oracle Linux 7 than they are in previous versions of Oracle Linux.

        You'll develop an understanding of how the boot process differs in Oracle Linux 7 with the GRUB 2 bootloader and the system system and service manager.

        Expert Oracle University instructors will show you how to use the new tools to configure networking, storage, and security in Oracle Linux 7.

        Learn To:

        • Perform common system administration tasks in Oracle Linux 7.
        • Configure the boot process, system logging, storage, and security.
        • Use advanced package management features.
        • Configure network bonding, VLANs, and VPNs.
        • Implement Docker containers.
        • Allocate system resources to specific Linux processes.

        How You Can Benefit

        Once you complete this 3-day course, you'll be able to install Oracle Linux 7, configure services to start at boot time and use new storage administration tools, including the System Storage Manager and Snapper.

        You'll develop the knowledge and skills to configure networking using the nmcli and ip command-line utilities, configure system logging using the new journal service, and configure firewalls using the new firewall service.

        Explore Related Training Courses

        Oracle Linux 7: System Administration Ed 1

        This training helps you develop a range of skills, including installation, using the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, configuring Linux services, preparing the system for the Oracle Database, monitoring and troubleshooting.

        Work with expert Oracle University instructors to develop expertise using this solution to benefit your business.

        Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration Ed 1

        This course is ideal for experienced administrators who need to learn more about Oracle Linux 7.

        You'll learn how to configure networking services and authentication services, implement virtualization technologies to more effectively manage system resources, perform advanced storage administration tasks, implement shared storage technologies, and develop advanced troubleshooting skills.

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        This year Oracle will be presenting at Cisco Live 2016,  July 10th – 14th,  Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas in Tegile's theatre and we will have an Oracle engineer at the booth answering your questions about how we work together. Oracle and Tegile had been collaborating and had been involved in joint engineering engagements last 3 years:

        • Tegile is part of the Oracle Hardware Certification (HCL) Program
        • Hardware certified and supported on latest Oracle VM releases
        • Joint efforts to support latest hardware on latest releases of Oracle Linux and Oracle VM
        • Joint customers’ support 

        Visit Tegile boothBooth 3049 at Cisco Live! to hear more about our partnership and attend our session  :

        Oracle Presentation :

        Monday/Tuesday/Wed 12.30 pm - 1pm PT 

        Exhibiting hours are:

        Monday: 11:30 am – 7:30 pm, Welcome Reception from 5pm - 7:30pm

        Tuesday: 11:30 am – 6:30 pm, Networking Reception from 5pm - 6:30pm

        Wednesday: 11:30 am – 6:30 pm

         We look forward to seeing you at Cisco Live 2016! 

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        Application Management Pack (AMP) for Oracle E-Business Suite is now available.  This E-Business Suite plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c can be used to manage Oracle E-Business Suite, 12.0, 12.1, and 12.2 environments.

        What's new in this release?

        • Enterprise Manager 13c Compatibility
        EM 13c includes several enhancements including a new Fusion Middleware technology stack, Alta skin user interface and (EBR) Edition Based Redefinition support.

        • Hybrid Cloud Management
        Monitor and manage E-Business Suite environments on Oracle Cloud and On-premise. These capabilities are delivered as Enterprise Manager command line interface (EMCLI) to manage, provision, migrate, backup, restore, clone, patch, and lift-and-shift E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud. 
        • System Management
          • Real User Experience Insight (RUEI)  regions integrated within E-Business Suite Summary Dashboard
          • Automated host aliasing

        • Change Management
          • Patch Recommendations: Deploy recommended E-Business Suite technology stack patches, including Database and WebLogic Server patches, using EM patch plans. 
          • Customization Management: View the inventory of customizations in an Oracle E-Business Suite environment. View or download a spreadsheet of discovered customizations by customization type. Customization Discovery & Reporting process now includes discovery of database objects. 
          • Cloning: Save cloning interview process as templates that can be used for future purposes for Smart Clone for R12, 12.2.x procedure, and add custom parameters to the cloning procedure. 


          The Oracle Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite can be downloaded and installed by using the Self Update feature of Oracle Enterprise Manager.

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          Following on from part 2, in this part we add to our set of dependencies in 'bower.json':

          "dependencies": {
              "oraclejet": "2.0.2",
              "galleria": "1.4.2"

          Here's the source code:

          The project structure is as follows:

          Since is not an AMD module, we need to shim in the 'require.config':

          shim: {
             'jquery': {
                 exports: ['jQuery', '$']
             'galleriaio': ['jquery']

          The end result looks like this:

          And, again, a Knockout component is created and used like this:

          <div data-bind="component: {name:'galleria', 
              params: {
                uniqueID: '1',
                width: 300,
                height: 300,
                images: [

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          Dear SOA & BPM Partner Community,

          The Fusion Middleware flagship on-premises products SOA Suite, BPM Suite and WebLogic are available for download! Make sure you present the latest Real Time Stream Analytics& Real Time Business Insight solutions as part of an SOA 12c Integration Success Workshop (Community membership required) to your SOA Suite customer base!

          During the summer time we offer training for technical experts, sales and marketing manager!

          Lisbon Aug 29th – Sept 2nd 2016 and from your desk SOA Suite 12c Training On Demand and BPM Suite 12c Training On Demand and WebLogic 12c Training On Demand. The Sales Plays FY16 PaaS and Middleware and Marketing & Sales Campaign for IICS and SOA CS webcasts are now available on-demand.

          For more information about Real-Time Integration Business Insight please see free on-demand training& video library& on-demand webcast. Same for Real-Time Streaming Analytics, please see product details& training material and Docker image from Guido Schmutz.

          Part of the SOA Cloud section seven ICS articles and one SOA CS article are published: Cloud Adapter SDK - Part 3: Build the wizard& ICS: Execution Agent proxy issue: NumberFormatException& Java API for ICS& How to Configure ICS for ICS API scripts for doing useful things& Using Oracle EBS Adapter in ICS& Maintenance & Patching For SOA CS.

          Thanks to the community for sharing all the SOA articles: Accessing and Analyzing Twitter Feeds with Oracle Stream Analytics& A Microservice Approach for Legacy Modernisation& Converting ADLs to implement end to end JSON in SOA Suite 12.2.1& SOA vs Microservices Architecture& Seamless source “migration” from SOA Suite 12.1.3 to 12.2.1 using WLST and XSLT& Deploying OSB Projects with Configuration Files in FlexDeploy& FMW SOA Monitoring Module is released.

          BPM Suite is a solid product suitable for every SOA Suite customer! It’s an excellent business opportunity to upsell integration customers a BPM solution for human based processes. Customer can try it within Process Cloud Service –PCS quickstart apps - and run the same process in BPM Suite. Thanks to the community for sharing all the BPM articles PCS Web Form Design Approaches& Integrating with Oracle Cloud to Streamline Business Processes& Suppress Approval Controls in BPM& Creating reusable Business Rules for SOA & BPM& Recovering an Asynchronous Callback in Oracle BPMN.

          In our last section Architecture & PaaS4SaaS the UX team published a ERP UX Must Be Simple, Even When The Data Is Complex, PaaS Services Explained: The Most Common SaaS Use Cases a video Cloud Applications Review by Debra Lilley and a must read blog post UX RDK Enhancement.

          Thanks to the Amis team for an excellent conference! Presentations are available at the Amis website here. Make use of our marketing kits & service and run an event for your customers!

          For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The July edition of the Middleware Partner Update contains the PaaS Sales Kits, PaaS & Middleware Summer Camps and the upcoming community webcast about BPM and PCS takes place on July 26th 2016.

          See you in Lisbon!

          To read the newsletter please visit  (OPN Account required)

          Jürgen Kress

          Fusion Middleware Partner Adoption
          Oracle EMEA
          Tel. +49 89 1430 1479
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          Oracle is proud to be the gold sponsor for the LinuxCon Japan event taking place on July 13-15 in Tokyo, Japan. LinuxCon Japan is the premier Linux conference in Asia that brings together a unique blend of core developers, administrators, users, community managers and industry experts. It is designed not only to encourage collaboration but to support future interaction between Japan and other Asia Pacific countries and the rest of the global Linux community. The conference includes presentations, tutorials, birds of a feather sessions, keynotes, and sponsored mini-summits.

          Oracle this year has great sessions and booth #2 where you can talk to engineers and see a demo of our Oracle Linux, OpenStack, Ksplice and Oracle VM products.

          Oracle delivers the industry’s most advanced technologies to safeguard your data with security at every level of your infrastructure. Join James Morris, Director of Mainline Kernel Engineering from Oracle at ‪#‎LinuxCon –Japan to listen on current threat landscape and ongoing development at Linux Kernel security subsystem.

          1. Session : Linux Kernel Security Update

          By James Morris, Director of Mainline Kernel Engineering, Oracle

          When: Wednesday July 13, 2016 14:10 - 14:50 

          Room: Neptune 

          In this presentation, he will provide an update on the current state of the Linux kernel security subsystem. He'll start with a brief overview of Linux kernel security, then discuss changes which have occurred since his talk at this conference in 2013. He'll also discuss the current threat landscape, and ongoing development in areas such as static checking, fuzzing, and kernel self-protection.

          James Morris is the maintainer of the Linux kernel security subsystem. He is the author of sVirt, multi-category security (MCS), and the kernel cryptographic API; and has contributed to the SELinux, Netfilter, and IPsec projects. He works for Oracle as manager of the mainline Linux kernel development team, from his base in Sydney, Australia.

          Register to attend session

           We also have some session for developers:


          2. Session: Feature- Rich BTRFS is Getting Richer With Encryption

          By Anand Jain, Oracle

          When: Thursday July 14, 2016 11:00 - 11:40 

          Room: Soleil 

          Anand Jain will talk about his upcoming BTRFS Encryption feature. Mainly what it does as of now, and its future plans.

          Anand Jain is Linux Kernel developer at Oracle, he is currently working on BTRFS Volumes and BTRFS Encryption. Previously has authored/enhanced couple of block layer kernel modules for Solaris. Also, he has extensively worked on forensic investigations of Solaris kernel storage modules and ZFS-SA. His domain, mainly encompasses large scale data storage. Recently he has been speaker at FOSSASIA16 and previously at couple of Sun CEC events.


          3. Session: Introduction to Coccinelle and SmPL

          By Vaishali Thakkar, Oracle

          When : Friday July 15, 2016 11:00 - 12:30 

          Room: Mars

          Coccinelle is a program matching and transformation tool which provides the language SmPL for specifying desired matches and transformations in C code. It has been extensively used for finding bugs and performing source code evolutions in the Linux kernel. The tool has been designed with the goal of contributing to Linux kernel development and being part of the Linux source distribution Coccinelle scripts are being used by Linux kernel developers on a regular basis. The tutorial will describe and demonstrate the structure of Coccinelle scripts with the introduction to various basic features of the semantic patch language, including the interface with python. The talk will highlight the capabilities and limitations of Coccinelle with the introduction to the tool spgen which is used to harden Coccinelle scripts by generating context and printing modes.

          Vaishali Thakkar is working as a Linux Kernel engineer at Oracle. She works on memory management part of the kernel and a tool Coccinelle to find/fix bugs in the Linux kernel. She previously worked as an Outreachy intern on project Coccinelle. Her area of interest includes embedded systems, operating systems and computer architecture.

          By Fumiyasu Ishibashi

          When: Friday July 15, 2016 14:50 - 15:30 

          Room: Mars 

          Oracle Linux is expanding its share in the enterprise market. Not only as a RHEL compatible OS, it has variety of functions that will interest enterprise system admins. Ksplice is one of its attractive function, in this session we will show you how life is going to be easier patching security vulnerability without rebooting system using Ksplice.

          Don't forget to visit our Booth #2 for some exciting giveaways and information. 

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          The session catalog for JavaOne 2016 is available here:

          One of the entries you'll find there is this one: 

          Interesting. A NetBeans Platform application that I had never heard of before. It looks like this:

          And here's more info about it:

          The above comes from here:

          I'm looking forward to attending this session at JavaOne this year! 

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          imageThis new release includes bug fixes as well as new features including:

          • New Cloud Adapters for Oracle and 3rd-party applications
          • Operational Enhancements
          • BAM and Real-Time Integration Business Insight Enhancements
          • Major expansion of MFT functionality

          For a list of new features in this release, please check the list of new features in SOA Suite and Managed File Transfer Get SOA Suite here

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          Dear Partners,

          Starting August 1st the following boot camps will be decommissioned and will no longer be accessible to you:

          Please start backing-up all your materials from the dedicated Beehive Workspace!

          Stay up to date with the latest events on Commerce area using our OPN Events page!

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          Attention Partners!  Next generation SPARC-based on-premise and Cloud solutions were just announced, and we want to provide you with a close look at their new features, technical capabilities and value propositions. 

          Register now for one of the July 21st webcasts:  

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          The Internet of Things (IoT) presents new opportunities for applying advanced analytics. Sensors are everywhere collecting data – on airplanes, trains, and cars, in semiconductor production machinery and the Large Hadron Collider, and even in our homes. One such sensor is the home energy smart meter, which can report... [Read More]

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