ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-09-19
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Sep 19, 2012
- BPM Process Accelerator Packs – Update | Pat Shepherd
Architect Pat Shepherd shares several resources relevant to the new Oracle Process Accelerators for Oracle Business Process Management.
- Oracle BI EE Management Pack Now Available for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12cR2 | Mark Rittman
A handy and informative overview from Oracle ACE Director Mark Rittman.
- WebSockets on WebLogic Server | Steve Button
"As there's no standard WebSocket Java API at this point, we've chosen to model the API on the Grizzly WebSocket API with some minor changes where necessary," says James "Buttso" Buttons. "Once the results of JSR-356 (Java API for WebSocket) becomes public, we'll look to implement and support that."
- Oracle Reference Architecture: Software Engineering
This document from the IT Strategies from Oracle library focuses on integrated asset management and the need for efffective asset metadata management to insure that assets are properly tracked and reused in a manner that provides a holistic functional view of the enterprise.
- The tipping point for cloud management is nigh | Cloud Computing - InfoWorld
"Businesses typically don't think too much about managing IT resources until they become too numerous and cumbersome to deal with on an ad hoc basis—a point many companies will soon hit in their adoption of cloud computing." — David Linthicum
- DevOps Basics: Track Down High CPU Thread with ps, top and the new JDK7 jcmd Tool | Frank Munz
"The approach is very generic and works for WebLogic, Glassfish or any other Java application," say Frank Munz. "UNIX commands in the example are run on CentOS, so they will work without changes for Oracle Enterprise Linux or RedHat. Creating the thread dump at the end of the video is done with the jcmd tool from JDK7." Frank has captured the process in the posted video.
- OIM 11g R2 UI customization | Daniel Gralewski
"OIM user interface customizations are easier now, and they survive patch applications--there is no need to reapply them after patching," says Fusion Middleware A-Team member Daniel Gralewski. "Adding new artifacts, new skins, and plugging code directly into the user interface components became an easier task." Daniel shows just how easy in this post.
Thought for the Day
"I have yet to see any problem, however complicated, which, when looked at in the right way, did not become still more complicated."
— Poul Anderson
(November 25, 1926 – July 31, 2001)