ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for July 26, 2013

  1. Fundamental Cloud Architectures | Thomas Erl
    This excerpt from the new book “Cloud Computing: Concepts, Technology & Architecture," by Thomas Erl et al describes several common foundational cloud architectural models and explores the involvement and importance of different combinations of cloud computing mechanisms in relation to these architectures.
  2. Long-lived TCP connections and Load Balancers | Chris Johnson
    Fusion Middleware solution architect Chris Johnson's post on long-lived TCP connections and load balancers explains why the use of a load balancer between two servers may be unnecessary.
  3. Oracle Database SQL – Recursive Subquery to inspect events in football matches – find the MVP | Lucas Jellema
    More fun with sports stats from Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema.
  4. Oracle OpenWorld Gives You the Gift of Time
    The deadline for the $500 early bird discount for Oracle OpenWorld 2013 in San Francisco is Aug 2nd.
  5. Social Enterprise Architecture
    An interesting article with some excellent observations about the convergence of enterprise architecture and social networks. (H/T to Elie Levy for posting the link on his Java.net blog.)
  6. Shrink Oracle VirtualBox Image | Dr. Frank Munz
    Author and expert Dr. Frank Munz shows you how in two easy steps.
  7. Software Defined Networks (SDN) | Ben Prusinski
    Oracle ACE Director Ben Prusinski explores "software defined networks (SDN) in respect to Oracle and other database platforms."
  8. Podcast Show Notes: Data Warehousing and Oracle Data Integrator
    The latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast features Oracle ACE Directors Gurcan Orhan and Cameron Lackpour sharing panelist duties with Uli Bethke and Michael Rainey in a discussion of data warehousing and Oracle Data Integrator. (Big thanks to guest producer Gurcan for picking the topic and panelists.) Part 1 of this three-part program is now available.

Thought for the Day

"Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves."

Carl Jung
(July 26,1875 – June 6, 1961)

Source: brainyquote.com

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