ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for July 25, 2013
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Jul 25, 2013
- Introducing the New Oracle ADF Architecture TV Channel on YouTube | Shay Shmeltzer
Shay Shmeltzer shares information on the recently launched Oracle ADF Architecture TV YouTube channel, which offers weekly episodes discussing a wide variety of topics of interest to designers, architects, team leaders and senior ADF developers.
- Oracle Fusion Middleware Summer Camps III: SOA and BPM - 26-30 August 2013, Porto Salvo, Portugal
[ Organized by the SOA, BPM, and WebLogic Partner Communities, these advanced Fusion Middleware Summer Camps offer five days of hands-on training in Business Process Mangagement and Service Oriented Architecture. 6-30 August 2013 in the Lagoas Park Hotel in Porto Salvo, Portugal
- The User Experience of Big Data in Oracle Enterprise Applications: Part 1 of 3 (VoX) | Misha Vaughan
Misha Vaughan shares an overview of the recent “So You Have Big Data, Now What?” summit held at Oracle HQ, which included insight from Oracle ACE Directors Floyd Teter and Ron Batra.
- OEM 12c : How to Monitor Service Listening on Port on Host using Service / Beacon : Step by Step | Atul Kumar
Oracle ACE Atul Kumar's how-to post shows you how to "configure monitoring on port (8759) on which Oracle Identity Connector Server listens using service 'Port Checker' in OEM 12c."
- ADF DVT: Sunburst to quickly inspect the hierarchical composition | Lucas Jellema
"The ADF DVT Sunburst component allows us to create a...representation of the build up of a values from their constituents and their constituents," says Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema. His post illustrates the process with a simple example.
- Webcast: Delivering Cloud Through Database as a Service July 29, 2013 - 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Tim Mooney (Oracle) and Carl Olofson (IDC) discuss information presented in the e-book "Building a Database Cloud For Dummies" and also discuss customer experiences with building public and private database clouds. (Registration required)
Thought for the Day
"Remember, tomorrow is promised to no one."
— Walter Payton
(July 25, 1954 – November 1, 1999)