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Oracle Magazine Calendar 2013
Oracle Magazine is published 6 times yearly. Each issue of Oracle Magazine comprises:
A news and resources section that includes Oracle, Oracle community, and partner news; Oracle events and resources; Oracle expert interviews; and more
A feature section that addresses key technologies and business strategies and includes several customer examples
Several technical articles and columns, addressing database administration, database and middleware development, business intelligence, and data warehousing
Oracle Excellence Awards
The Oracle Magazine Editors' Choice Awards are now the Technologist of the Year Awards, under the Oracle Excellence Awards banner. Learn how the 2012 CIO of the Year, Technologist of the Year, and select Oracle Excellence Award winners stand out with Oracle products and technologies.
Technical Topics: Oracle Business Intelligence; PL/SQL 101; SQL 101; Active Session History
Editorial contributors: News items and article manuscripts due September 24, 2012
Advertisers: Ad close November 9, 2012; Materials due November 14, 2012
Utility Computing in the Cloud
Moving to a public cloud environment must do more than relocate your on-premises IT challenges. Your public cloud must be secure and standards-based to keep your information safe and your business agile. See how Oracle Cloud delivers a secure, portable, and low-cost public cloud for your business.
Banking on a Private Cloud
IT consolidation can cut costs, but it can do so much more, especially when consolidation also creates a dynamic, secure, and private platform-as-a-service environment. Read how one organization consolidated, managed, and conquered IT challenges and created a secure and private database-as-a-service environment with Oracle technology.
Editorial contributors: News items and article manuscripts due November 26, 2012 Advertisers: Ad close January 11, 2013; Materials due January 16, 2013
Engineered for Heroes
The cloud is not just for moving some information systems off-site and reducing upfront expenditures anymore. See how Tony Stark/Iron Man, Pepper Potts, and Stark Industries use Oracle Cloud to manage global operations—and train heroes.
Integrate and Mobilize
Whether your business technology services are in a public cloud, private cloud, or traditional data center, a solid SOA [service-oriented architecture] foundation delivers the best service integration and performance—and the best return on your technology investments. Read how Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions—including Oracle SOA Suite—enable the building, deployment, and management of modern, high-performing, and efficient business services.
Technical Topics: Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF); Oracle Business Intelligence; SQL 101
Editorial contributors: News items and article manuscripts due January 28, 2013 Advertisers: Ad close March 15, 2013; Materials due March 20, 2013
Grow Up, Branch Out When refreshing and consolidating servers and storage at your midsize business or in your department is necessary, how do you also plan for the growth? Read how organizations and departments are using Oracle Database Appliance to consolidate systems, simplify operations, deliver Oracle engineered system performance, and scale up their systems with pay-as-you-grow licensing.
Oracle unveiled two new SPARC microprocessors, SPARC T5 and SPARC M5; introduced a portfolio of systems based on these chips; and reported that the new SPARC T5–based systems have set 17 world records. Read how the revolutionary SPARC microprocessor design is moving software into silicon to power the world’s fastest database, Java, and middleware servers.
Editorial contributors: News items and article manuscripts due March 25, 2013 Advertisers: Ad close May 10, 2013; Materials due May 15, 2013
The Cloud Database Oracle Database has always been the leading enterprise relational database, and it has continuously evolved to support object technology, internet computing, and more. Learn how the latest Oracle Database release changes technology and changes the cloud.
Technical Topics: Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF); PL/SQL; Oracle Database; Oracle Business Intelligence
Editorial contributors: News items and article manuscripts due June 3, 2013 Advertisers: Ad close July 19, 2013; Materials due July 24, 2013
Storage: A Growth Story
Engineered storage systems combine the best hardware and software to enable your business to handle exponential data growth. Learn how organizations are managing more information and improving system performance and storage reliability with Oracle engineered storage solutions.
Speed Builds Your organization runs on timely business decisions, but more data takes more time to analyze. How do you analyze more information and make better and faster business decisions? Learn how organizations are making better business decisions faster with Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine.
Editorial contributors: News items and article manuscripts due July 29 2013
Advertisers: Ad close September 13, 2013; Materials due September 18, 2013
Architect: Read how the IT architect community sees today's technology challenges.
Ask Tom: Oracle technologist and evangelist Tom Kyte answers readers' most difficult technology questions.
Business Intelligence: Use Oracle Business Intelligence solutions to learn more from your information and make better business decisions.
PL/SQL 101: Check out PL/SQL concepts and practices for beginners.
SQL 101: Start at the beginning with Oracle Database and SQL concepts.
Up Close: Oracle Magazine looks at the Oracle user community, and Up Close Video brings you the personalities behind the magazine column.
Profit Magazine Calendar 2013
Profit is published 4 times yearly. Each issue of Profit comprises:
A feature section that addresses a key technology or business strategy and includes several customer examples
Customer success features on global companies
Industry-focused content on health care, financial services, manufacturing, and more
February 2013: “Talent Management”
The global economy is on the brink of a talent crunch: the growing demand for (and increasing scarcity of) knowledge workers and experienced managers is demanding that executives take a new approach to talent management. Fortunately, new business practices and enterprise solutions—as well as the advent of social recruiting—are improving the odds of finding the right fit for an open position.
Industry Focus: Public Sector Technology Focus: Exadata; Exalytics; Primavera, private cloud
The era of Big Data is here: the onslaught of information generated by internal and external business systems continues to increase and shows no signs of abating. But what data is the most important to your corporate strategy? What data do you keep, how long do you keep it, and how much do you pay have it on hand? Knowing the right questions to ask your data—and having the right tools to make the queries—is essential to getting the key business analytics you need to make the right strategic decisions.
Industry Focus: Financial Services Technology Focus: Engineered Systems; Oracle Business Intelligence, Enterprise Edition; Oracle Fusion Middleware; Hyperion Note: Distribution at Collaborate 2013
Oracle solutions ARE Cloud solutions—deploying powerful enterprise technology is now more a matter of customer choice than technological limitations. Anything is possible, whether that means getting fast access to on-demand applications, building a private Cloud that delivers IT as a service across an organization, or building a hybrid model of on-premises installed IT and Cloud technology. How has this new flexibility changed the way IT strategy is executed and who is in charge?
Industry Focus: High Tech Technology Focus: Oracle Cloud; Enterprise Social Technology; Oracle Fusion Applications
For four years, the JD Edwards community of partners and customers has opened their doors to Profit to tell their stories of business success. Once again, Profit devotes a special issue to the past success and future vision of the JD Edwards product line, as well as a closer look at how Oracle enterprise systems can support the business processes and long-term growth of small- and medium-size businesses.
Industry Focus: Manufacturing, Small- and medium-size business technology Technology Focus: JD Edwards Technology Focus: Oracle Cloud; Enterprise Social Technology; Oracle Fusion Applications Note: Distribution at Oracle OpenWorld
Innovation and execution: two terms that describe the operations of a modern value chain. But it takes flexible IT to capture good ideas and bring them to market. And optimized processes help managers coordinate global suppliers, retain optimum inventory levels, and maintain healthy profit margins. A manufacturing renaissance is causing major manufacturers in the United States to revisit established value chain policies and rapidly deploy new technology to build winning products consumers want. This issue of Profit will review the companies and solutions that are driving value chain innovation.
Industry Focus: Manufacturing, oil and gas Technology Focus: Agile, Demantra, Oracle Transportation Management
Inside Oracle: Oracle news and interviews with the people behind the world's most complete, open, and integrated business software and hardware systems company.
Leading Strategies: Insights from the CIOs who are changing the way IT impacts the bottom line.
Thought Leadership: Reports on the market trends that influence IT’s role in the business.
Luminaries: Reader-contributed column about the latest IT trends—directly from the people who know
Questions and answers:Profit staff catches up with Oracle experts to find out more about how new Oracle solutions are changing business.
Profit Features: Customer success is built on IT heroism and a strong partnership with Oracle. Learn how Oracle solutions are solving problems in organizations around the world.
Videos, podcasts, and newsletters from Profit Online and the Profit digital edition
Java Magazine Calendar 2013
Find out why the Java platform is the best technology for many embedded use cases. We look at the role of Java in intelligent and connected embedded devices, which will soon outnumber desktops and mobile phones combined.
Java in Action: Raspberry Pi Foundation Java Community Process Q&A: Credit Suisse
The Community Issue
Community and Java go hand in hand. We’ll go deeper than usual in our community coverage. Topics include starting a conference, educational opportunities at JUGs, starting or growing a JUG, the new international conferences, a look at the Adopt-A-JSR and Adopt-OpenJDK programs, Q&As with community leaders, JCP 2.0, and more.
The Social Enterprise
Social functionality is entering the enterprise, from consumer-facing experiences to employee collaboration, but where does an enterprise developer start? Find out what’s possible today with Java and social.
What you need to know about the convergence of Java SE and Java ME.
Java 8 is here. Here’s a guide to what you need to know to make the most of it. PLUS: Duke’s Choice Awards
A look at how is cloud computing changing development. PLUS: Best practices in development
In every issue
Java Nation: Community news, profiles, events, books, and more Tech: New to Java, Java Architect, Enterprise Java, Rich Client, Mobile/Embedded, Polyglot Programmer
December 7, 2012
December 10, 2012
January 31, 2013
February 8, 2013
February 15, 2013
March 26, 2013
April 19, 2013
April 26, 2013
June 4, 2013
May 31, 2013
June 7, 2013
July 16, 2013
August 16, 2013
August 23, 2013
October 1, 2013
October 4, 2013
October 11, 2013
November 19, 2013
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