ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 10-19-2012
By OTN ArchBeat on Oct 19, 2012
- One Week to Go: OTN Architect Day Los Angeles - Oct 25
Oracle Technology Network Architect Day in Los Angeles happens in one week. Register now to make sure you don't miss out on a rich schedule of expert technical sessions and peer interaction covering the use of Oracle technologies in cloud computing, SOA, and more. Even better: it's all free. Register now!
When: October 25, 2012, 8:30am - 5:00pm.
Where: Sofitel Los Angeles, 8555 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048.
- Moving your APEX app to the Oracle Cloud | Dimitri Gielis
Oracle ACE Director (and OSN Developer Challenge co-winner) Dimitri Gielis shares the steps in the process as he moves his "DGTournament" application, along with all of its data, onto the Oracle Cloud.
- A brief note for customers running SOA Suite on AIX platforms | A-Team - SOA
"When running Oracle SOA Suite with IBM JVMs on the AIX platform, we have seen performance slowdowns and/or memory leaks," says Christian, an architect on the Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team. "On occasion, we have even encountered some OutOfMemoryError conditions and the concomittant Java coredump. If you are experiencing this issue, the resolution may be to configure -Dsun.reflect.inflationThreshold=0 in your JVM startup parameters."
- Introducing the New Face of Fusion Applications | Misha Vaughan
Oracle ACE Directors Debra Lilly and Floyd Teter have already blogged about the the new face of Oracle Fusion Applications. Now Applications User Experience Architect Misha Vaughan shares a brief overview of how the Oracle Applications User Experience (UX) team developed the new look.
- ADF Essentials Security Implementation for Glassfish Deployment | Andrejus Baranovskis
According to Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis, Oracle ADF Essentials includes all the key ADF technologies, save one: ADF Security. In this post he illustrates a solution for filling that gap.
Thought for the Day
"Why are video games so much better designed than office software? Because people who design video games love to play video games. People who design office software look forward to doing something else on the weekend."