ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-05-03
By OTN ArchBeat on May 03, 2012
- Cloud by the Numbers | ArchBeat Blog
Are "bean counters" driving cloud adoption? Survey says...
- Webcast: Top Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Linux Deployments
May 9, 2012
Noon ET/ 9:00am PT
Linux expert Greg Marsden shows you how to avoid common pitfalls, prevent problems and circumvent known issues to accelerate your deployment. Find out how to configure your Linux system the right way, learn diagnostics tricks, and get a wealth of best practices for running Linux in real-world enterprises.
- Webcast Series: Data Warehousing Best Practices
Next in the series: Best Practices for Extreme Data Warehouse Performance on Oracle Exadata
Thursday, May 10, 2012
10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
Gain a deeper insight into optimally balancing your Oracle Exadata hardware configuration, partitioning tables to facilitate better data management, utilizing the power of parallel execution, and harnessing hybrid columnar compression.
- Split profile setup with AD and OID for Fusion Apps IDM | Uday Sambhara
Uday Sambhara's two-part post discusses a split profile set up scenario for Fusion Applications IDM Environment with AD and OID, the creation of Adapters needed in OVD for consolidating the AD and OID directory servers, and the configuration changes needed in OAM, OIM, and WLS.
- Architecting in the Gaps | Eoin Woods
Eoin Woods suggests creating the architecture of a system by discovering the interactions between the components and focusing on the boundaries, helping with defining the interfaces and interactions.
- Virtual Developer Day: Hands-on Database App Development (May 15) - with Big Data and Cloud Sessions
Learn the key tools, frameworks, techniques, and best practices for building database-backed applications through presentations and hands-on labs demonstrating innovative and performance-enhancing methods - all from your desk!
- Architecting for Failure at the Guardian.co.uk | Michael Brunton-Spall
Michael Brunton-Spall talks about various types of system failure that can happen, sharing the lessons learned at the Guardian and measures taken to prevent and mitigate failure.
Thought for the Day
"Software complexity...grows to the limits of our ability to manage that complexity."