ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-04-20
By OTN ArchBeat on Apr 20, 2012
- 4 Ways IT's Role Changing Faster Than Expected | Shvetank Shah
A series of radical shifts around IT's value, ownership, and role are happening sooner than envisioned, according to Shvetank Shah, and that holds implications for IT pros looking at their honing skills and advancing their careers.
- Pocast: Oracle IT Architect Certification
A conversation with three members of the team behind this new certification program that encompasses Oracle University, Oracle's Enterprise Architecture program, and the Oracle Partner Network.
- Are mobile apps cluttering our networks and attention spans? | Joe McKendrick
"The booming app culture — which encourages a new generation of Micro-ISVs to build standardized, tested services that can be plugged into enterprise operations everywhere — is something to be applauded, but it also poses a potential burden as well."
- Descending on D.C.; IaaS in the Enterprise; Talking about development evolution
Descending on D.C.; IaaS in the Enterprise; Talking about development evolution www.oracle.com
Featured this week on the Architect Home Page on OTN.
- Register Now: Oracle Technology Network Architect Day Reston, VA - May 16. Free event.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sheraton Reston Hotel
11810 Sunrise Valley Drive
Reston, VA 20191
A full day of technical sessions, panel discussions, and peer interaction focused on Oracle technologies. Registration is free, but seating is limited.
- Split profiles with AD and OID for Fusion Apps IDM | Uday Sambhara
Uday Sambhara show you how to set up "split profiles with AD and OID as backend directory server while Oracle Virtual Directory links them together to present a single consolidated view."
- Do more with SOA Integration: Best of Packt
This recent best-of collection from Packt Publishing includes contributions from many OTN architect community members, including Harish Gaur, Markus Zirn, Matjaz B. Juric, Guido Schmutz, and Tom Laszewski.
Thought for the Day
"Don't automate an undisciplined workflow. The computer won't solve what the customer's management can't."