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Oracle Magazine

May – June 2015


Features
Departments
Technology & Comment Sections—
   Articles and Columns

 

FEATURES

Guard the Crown Jewels

By Tom Haunert
Data breaches continue to make headlines. Secure your most important business data where it lives: in the database.

Breakaway Speed

By David Baum
Specialized Bicycle Components pulls ahead with Oracle engineered systems and software solutions.

Memorable Performance

By Philip J. Gill
Swiss insurance leader Die Mobiliar deploys Oracle Database In-Memory to speed business analytics.

 

DEPARTMENTS

UP FRONT

From the Editor
Technology by Example
By Tom Haunert
Good sample data and real examples tell the story.

Mashup
Technology by Example
News, views, trends, and tools

AT ORACLE

Events
Find out about upcoming technology and industry events.

Resources
Your guide to Oracle videos, webcasts, white papers, and more

Briefs
The latest product news


COMMUNITY

Partner News & Book Beat

Community Bulletin
Happenings in Oracle Technology Network
By Roland Smart

Architect
Get Where You’re Going
By Bob Rhubart
Training and certification decisions are key junctures on your career path.

Peer-to-Peer
Thinking Green
By Blair Campbell
Three peers recall monochrome monitors, enjoy the outdoors, and optimize energy use.

 

TECHNOLOGY SECTION—ARTICLES & COLUMNS


TECHNOLOGY

ORACLE MOBILE APPLICATION FRAMEWORK
Get Mobile and Connected
By Chris Muir
Consume enterprise web services from mobile apps via data controls in Oracle Mobile Application Framework.

BUSINESS ANALYTICS
Upload, Model, Analyze, and Report
By Mark Rittman Oracle ACE Director
Quickly load information to Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service and share the reporting.

PL/SQL
Dynamically Dangerous Code
By Steven Feuerstein Oracle ACE Director
There’s a right time to use dynamic SQL, but there’s never a right time for SQL injection.

ASK TOM
On More-Secure Applications
By Tom Kyte
Our technologist shows how to build security into application design.


COMMENT

IN THE FIELD
Keeping Pace
By Kate Pavao
OAUG’s new president knows how to handle a changing environment.