ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-07-10
By OTN ArchBeat on Jul 10, 2012
- Free Event Today: Virtual Developer Day: Oracle Fusion Development
This free event—another in the ongoing series of OTN Virtual Developer Days—focuses on Oracle Fusion development, and features three session tracks plus hands-on labs. Agenda and session abstracts are available now so you can be ready for the live event when it kicks off today, July 10, 9am to 1pm PST / 12pm to 4pm EST / 1pm to 5pm BRT.
- Podcast: The Role of the Cloud Architect - Part 1/3
In part one of this three-part conversation, cloud architects Ron Batra (AT&T) and James Baty (Oracle) talk about how cloud computing is driving the supply-chaining of IT and the "democratization of the activity of architecture."
- Middleware and Cloud Computing Book | Tom Laszewski
Cloud migration expert Tom Laszewski describes Middleware and Cloud Computing by Frank Munz as "one of only a couple books that really discuss AWS and Oracle in depth."
- Cloud computing moves from fad to foundation | David Linthicum
"When enterprises make cloud computing work, they view the application of the technology as a trade secret of sorts, so there are no press releases or white papers," says David Linthicum. "Indeed, if you see one presentation around a successful cloud computing case study, you can bet you're not hearing about 100 more."
- Oracle Real-Time Decisions: Combined Likelihood Models | Lukas Vermeer
Lukas Vermeer concludes his extensive series of posts on decision models with a look "an advanced approach to amalgamate models, taking us to a whole new level of predictive modeling and analytical insights; combination models predicting likelihoods using multiple child models."
- Running Oracle BPM 11g PS5 Worklist Task Flow and Human Task Form on Non-SOA Domain | Andrejus Baranovskis
"With a standard setup, both the BPM worklist application and the Human task form run on the same SOA domain, where the BPM process is running," says Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis. "While this work fine, this is not what we want in the development, test and production environment."
- BAM design pointers | Kavitha Srinivasan
"When using EMS (Enterprise Message Source) as a BAM feed, the best practice is to use one EMS to write to one Data Object," says Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team blogger Kavitha Srinivasan. "There is a possibility of collisions and duplicates when multiple EMS write to the same row of a DO at the same time."
- Changes in SOA Human Task Flow (Run-Time) for Fusion Applications | Jack Desai
Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team blogger Jack Desai shares a troubleshooting tip.
Thought for the Day
"A program which perfectly meets a lousy specification is a lousy program."