ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-05-11
By OTN ArchBeat on May 11, 2012
- Oracle ADF Product Management is Hiring | Shay Schmeltzer
The Oracle ADF Product Management team is looking for experienced and talented individuals to be responsible for the development of key areas of ADF. Shay Shmeltzer shares the details...
- We're hiring! Looking for SOA/Integration Product Manager | Oracle SOA Suite Team
Demed L'Her from the Oracle SOA Suite Team has a message for those with expertise in middleware and enterprise integration.
- Hardware Components Failures - Survey Results | Alex Gorbachev
Oracle ACE Director Alex Gorbachev shares the results of a survey he conducted among members of the Oracle community.
- ADF Faces 11g PS5 New Feature: CDN Support | Maiko Rocha
Maiko Rocha explains how you can leverage the new CDN support on ADF Faces 11g PS5 to significantly reduce page download times.
- IOUG Webcast: Keeping Entitlements in Check - May 17
Presented by: Roger Wigenstam, Sr Director of Product Management, Oracle Viresh Garg, Director of Product Management, Oracle. Learn how an entitlement-centric approach to identity management ensures that enterprise-wide security policies can be consistently applied, quickly deployed, and easily managed to help mitigate risk, reduce costs, provide transparency and satisfy compliance mandates.
- Register Now: Oracle Technology Network Architect Day Reston, VA - May 16. Free event.
Only a few days left to register for this free event featuring a full day of sessions and discussions on cloud computing, SOA, and more.
- New York Coherence Special Interest Group (NYCSIG) - May 24
520 Madison Avenue 30th Floor
New York, NY
- The Top Ten Coherence Features You Are Probably Not Using (Patrick Peralta - Oracle)
- Large-Scale Financial Risk Reporting with Coherence - Lessons Learned and a Vision for Cluster Management (Christoph Leinemann - Software Consultant)
- Advanced Partitioning Concepts and Techniques in Coherence (Gene Gleyzer - Oracle)
Thought for the Day
"At first sight, the idea of any rules or principles being superimposed on the creative mind seems more likely to hinder than to help, but this is quite untrue in practice. Disciplined thinking focuses inspiration rather than blinkers it."