ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 11/18/2011
By OTN ArchBeat on Nov 18, 2011
- IT executives taking lead role with both private and public cloud projects: survey | Joe McKendrick
"The survey, conducted among members of the Independent Oracle Users Group, found that both private and public cloud adoption are up—30% of respondents report having limited-to-large-scale private clouds, up from 24% only a year ago. Another 25% are either piloting or considering private cloud projects. Public cloud services are also being adopted for their enterprises by more than one out of five respondents." - Joe McKendrick
- SOA all the Time; Architects in AZ; Clearing Info Integration Hurdles
This week on the Architect Home Page on OTN.
- OIM 11g OID (LDAP) Groups Request-Based Provisioning with custom approval – Part I | Alex Lopez
Iin part one of a two-part blog post, Alex Lopez illustrates "an implementation of a Custom Approval process and a Custom UI based on ADF to request entitlements for users which in turn will be converted to Group memberships in OID."
- ArchBeat Podcast Information Integration - Part 3/3
"Oracle Information Integration, Migration, and Consolidation" author Jason Williamson, co-author Tom Laszeski, and book contributor Marc Hebert talk about upcoming projects and about what they've learned in writing their book.
- InfoQ: Enterprise Shared Services and the Cloud | Ganesh Prasad
As an industry, we have converged onto a standard three-layered service model (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) to describe cloud computing, with each layer defined in terms of the operational control capabilities it offers. This is unlike enterprise shared services, which have unique characteristics around ownership, funding and operations, and they span SaaS and PaaS layers. Ganesh Prasad explores the differences.
- Stress Testing Oracle ADF BC Applications - Do Connection Pooling and TXN Disconnect Level
Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis describes "how jbo.doconnectionpooling = true and jbo.txn.disconnect_level = 1 properties affect ADF application performance."
- Exploring TCP throughput with DTrace | Alan Maguire
"According to the theory," says Maguire, "when the number of unacknowledged bytes for the connection is less than the receive window of the peer, the path bandwidth is the limiting factor for throughput."