ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-09-25
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Sep 25, 2012
- Oracle 11gR2 RAC on Software Defined Network (SDN) | Gilbert Stan
"The SDN [software defined network] idea is to separate the control plane and the data plane in networking and to virtualize networking the same way we have virtualized servers," explains Gil Standen. "This is an idea whose time has come because VMs and vmotion have created all kinds of problems with how to tell networking equipment that a VM has moved and to preserve connectivity to VPN end points, preserve IP, etc."
H/T to Oracle ACE Director Tim Hall for the recommendation.
- ServerSent-Events on WebLogic Server | Steve Buttons
"The HTML5 ServerSent-Event model provides a mechanism to allow browser clients to establish a uni-directional communication path to a server, where the server is then able to push messages to the browser at any point in time," explains Steve "Buttso" Buttons.
- Focus on Architects and Architecture
This handy guide for sessions and other activities at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 focuses on IT architecture in all its many facets and permutations.
- Operating System Set-up for WebLogic Server | Rene van Wijk
Oracle ACE Rene van Wijk shows you how to set-up an operating system for WebLogic Server. "We will use VMware as our virtualization platform and use CentOS as the operating system," says van Wijk. "We end the post by showing how the operating system can be tuned when running a Java process such as WebLogic Server."
- Free eBook: Oracle SOA Suite - In the Customer's Words
If you find yourself in the position of having to sell the idea of Service-oriented Architecture to business stakeholders this free e-book may come in very handy. Check out "Oracle SOA Suite: In the Customer's Words. (Registration / Oracle.com login required.)
Thought for the Day
"The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency."