ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-05-09
By OTN ArchBeat on May 09, 2012
- Interview: Oracle IT Architecture Certification from Oracle University
Highlights from a transcript of an OTN ArchBeat Podcast interview with three members of the team behind Oracle IT Architecture Essentials, part of a new Oracle IT Architecture certification and specialization program being developed by Oracle University.
- Understanding Options for Integrating Oracle Access Manager with E-Business Suite | Elke Phelps
Elke Phelps shares resources that will make understanding your options for integrating EBS with Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Internet Directory a bit easier.
- Oracle University New Courses
Information on new Oracle U course covering Oracle Golden Gate, Fusion Middleware, Java, and Fusion Applications.
- The Future of Authentication
In this IEEE roundtable discussion hosted by guest editors Richard Chow, Markus Jakobsson, and Jesus Molina, the panelists discuss current authentication approaches, how to authenticate users on mobile devices and the future direction of authentication.
- Startups are Creating a New System of the World for IT | Todd Hoff
"We are just now figuring out what new structures and systems are replacing the old," says Todd Hoff. "But if you step back a bit, what seems to be happening is we are creating a new 'frame' using a bottom up methodology that just may be a new System of the World for IT."
- ODTUG Kscope12 - June 24-28 - San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, TX, June 24-28, 2012 Kscope12, sponsored by ODTUG, is your home for Application Express, BI and Oracle EPM, Database Development, Fusion Middleware, and MySQL training by the best of the best!
- Register Now: Oracle Technology Network Architect Day Reston, VA - May 16. Free event.
Spend the day with your peers and Oracle experts in sessions covering Engineered Systems, Cloud Computing, SOA, and more. Registration is free, but seating is limited.
- Modifying namespaces in the Oracle Service Bus | Jan van Zoggel
- Applications on Solaris 11 | Karim Berrah
Karim Berrah shares a list of non-Oracle applications that will run on Solaris 11.
Thought for the Day
"Requirements are not architecture. Requirements are not design, nor are they the user interface. Requirements are need."