Instead of reading about new technology developments second-hand, why not hear about them directly from the people responsible for them—on your own MP3 player via podcasting? Oracle regularly publishes podcast shows!
Oracle Database Cloudcast provides product news, key updates, and technical tips and tricks about Oracle Database and Oracle Cloud Services for DBAs, developers, and IT professionals. Through the interactive interviews, you'll gain deeper knowledge about Oracle's latest innovations and industry trends from Oracle product experts as well as experienced evangelists in the community.
Tune into the Oracle Red Radio Show—the show that brings Oracle and it's partners together. Hear insights from senior Oracle and Partner Executives on all the latest topics. Share our goals, join our journey and learn how we can “Show you the money!”
Listen to conversations with Oracle Cloud Computing customers, thought leaders and champions. Discover why businesses that used to spend 4x more maintaining IT than innovating are moving to the cloud with Oracle.
Whether you are consolidating your storage, trying to improve application performance, or looking to get the most out of your databases, it's important to ask the right questions. This 10 part podcast series examines the most important elements to consider when making storage purchasing or deployment decisions.
Tune into Oracle AppCasts to hear customers, partners, and industry analysts chat with Oracle Executives, about Fusion, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, JD Edwards World, Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft Enterprise, Siebel, and more.
Tune into Interviews with leading Oracle technology authors. Explore why these authors are excited about and have dedicated themselves to Oracle technologies. Learn about Oracle Applications, Fusion Middleware and Oracle's Database products from authors who have been in the trenches and will share their knowledge and give you insider opinions.
Oracle Linux combined with Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel brings the latest Linux innovations to market, delivering extreme performance, advanced scalability, and reliability for enterprise applications. Subscribe to Oracle Linux Podcast series to hear the latest product enhancements, tips and techniques from kernel engineers, executives and product managers.
Tune into conversations with Oracle Magazine editors, authors, and Oracle subject matter experts about featured articles in Oracle Magazine. Go beyond print with additional insight into Oracle products, technologies, customers, and more.
The Oracle Technology Network's ArchBeat Podcast brings together architects and other experts from across the Oracle community and beyond to discuss the issues and technologies that are a daily part of the software architect's ever-changing world.
Tune into conversations with Profit Magazine editors, authors, and Oracle subject matter experts about featured articles in Profit Magazine. Go beyond print with additional insight into Oracle products, technologies, customers, and more.
Oracle's complete portfolio of Sun servers, storage, networking, Oracle Solaris and other software are engineered to work together to deliver record-breaking performance, simplified management, and cost-saving efficiencies. Tune in to our featured podcasts and find out why we offer the ideal infrastructure for your business, from applications to disk.
NEW TO PODCASTS?
What is podcasting?
As defined by Wikipedia, "Podcasting is a new term for the online publishing of files in a way that allows for the subscription-like syndication and distribution of files as they become available. Most podcasts are audio in MP3 format, syndicated through the RSS protocol." In other words, a podcast feed is a syndicated RSS newsfeed, only with audio files included for download instead of Web pages.
Need podcasting software?
Unless you use iTunes 4.9 or later, which supports podcasts natively, you'll need to download and install a free podcast client such as iPodder (Windows, Mac, and Linux versions) and then point it to the podcast's RSS feed URL. If you have a music jukebox program such as iTunes, then your downloaded podcast may begin to play automatically. If you do not have a music jukebox program, the downloaded MP3 file will usually reside at the default download location on your hard drive.