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The Release 12 Primer - Shining a Light on the Release 12 World By Barbara Matthews et al.
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If you've been thinking about installing or upgrading to Release 12 but need to understand more about why you should do so, this is the book for you. For functional users, The Release 12 Primer... More > highlights the modules that have changed the most. Read about Oracle's Global Business Release, Master Data Management, MOAC and the Swan Interface. Then see how it all comes together for the Financials and Procurement product families, Supply Chain Management, CRM, and Projects. And if you've always wanted to understand more about the underlying technology, but found all the terminology too complex to sort through, this book covers the technical architecture, security issues, and even Fusion, targeting both functional and technical readers. "The Release 12 Primer provides the real story on the latest version of the Oracle E-Business Suite and its technical underpinnings. If you only buy one book on Oracle E-Business Release 12, buy this one". - Floyd M. Teter, Systems Engineer, JPL< Less
The Release 12 Primer - Shining a Light on the Release 12 World (Hard Cover Edition) By Barbara Matthews et al.
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If you've been thinking about installing or upgrading to Release 12 but need to understand more about why you should do so, this is the book for you. For functional users, The Release 12 Primer... More > highlights the modules that have changed the most. Read about Oracle's Global Business Release, Master Data Management, MOAC and the Swan Interface. Then see how it all comes together for the Financials and Procurement product families, Supply Chain Management, CRM, and Projects. And if you've always wanted to understand more about the underlying technology, but found all the terminology too complex to sort through, this book covers the technical architecture, security issues, and even Fusion, targeting both functional and technical readers. "The Release 12 Primer provides the real story on the latest version of the Oracle E-Business Suite and its technical underpinnings. If you only buy one book on Oracle E-Business Release 12, buy this one". - Floyd M. Teter, Systems Engineer, JPL.< Less
The Release 12 Primer - Shining a Light on the Release 12 World By Barbara Matthews et al.
Paperback: $29.99
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If you've been thinking about installing or upgrading to Release 12 but need to understand more about why you should do so, this is the book for you. For functional users, The Release 12 Primer... More > highlights the modules that have changed the most. Read about Oracle's Global Business Release, Master Data Management, MOAC and the Swan Interface. Then see how it all comes together for the Financials and Procurement product families, Supply Chain Management, CRM, and Projects. And if you've always wanted to understand more about the underlying technology, but found all the terminology too complex to sort through, this book covers the technical architecture, security issues, and even Fusion, targeting both functional and technical readers. "The Release 12 Primer provides the real story on the latest version of the Oracle E-Business Suite and its technical underpinnings. If you only buy one book on Oracle E-Business Release 12, buy this one". - Floyd M. Teter, Systems Engineer, JPL< Less
Database Comparison including ETL Technologies By Saikat Basak
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Look at your database like never before! Ever wondered what are the differences among commercially available databases in the world? Each vendor’s brochure claims their product is the best.... More > But is it best for your requirement? This book tries to explain how all popular databases differ in their architecture and internal operations. It includes Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase ASE/IQ, DB2, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Netezza, Teradata, Access and much more! It highlights features available on most common databases, boundary where they start to perform poorly, cost of procurement and maintenance etc. Also covers benchmark testing, row vs column oriented databases, enterprise database requirements, capacity planning, migration strategy, future trends and ETL tools in brief. After reading this book, you should be able to take wiser decision on selecting databases appropriate for your project. This book was originally published in Calcutta Book Fair in 2010.< Less