ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 12/05/2011
By OTN ArchBeat on Dec 05, 2011
- Oracle Announces Availability of Oracle WebLogic Server 12c - first experiences! | Markus Eisele
"After long years we finally have the full Java EE 6 profile up and running on WebLogic server," says Oracle ACE Director Markus Eisele. "Beside the Java EE 6 specs, you already know, you also get a complete Java SE 7 certified Java EE runtime."
- WebLogic: Oracle updates for cloud usage | Scott D. Rosenberg
"This will make for an easier cloud deployment for all you Oracle kiddies out there," says Scott D. Rosenberg.
- Solaris 11 compliance with DISA Security guidance | Jim Laurent
Laurent shares "the result of a casual review of Solaris 11 against current DISA Security Guidelines."
- Accessing BI Publisher 11g Web Services through a JDeveloper Web Service Proxy | Robin Moffatt
Robin Moffatt looks at using JDeveloper to create a Web Service Proxy, exposing the BI Publisher Web Services in Java, from where they can be embedded in numerous other applications.
- The cloud is growing faster than the networks it relies on | David Linthicum
"We'll have to figure out the bandwidth issues along with the rise of cloud computing, somehow, some way," says Linthicum. "The growth of cloud computing will outpace the growth of network infrastructure, and that will mean both enterprise IT and consumers will have to make some tough calls."
- Legacy Application Migrations | Tom Laszewski
Tom Laszewski shares a link to a Computerworld article, adding the observation that "Mainframe, Sybase Powerbuilder and Lotus Notes are all considered legacy applications." Resource kit: Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Applications | Kellesy Ruppel
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- Architecture all day. Oracle Technology Network Architect Day - Phoenix, AZ - Dec14
It's all architecture, all day. Spend the day at the Ritz-Carelton Phoenix with a room full of your peers and a team of Oracle experts in cloud computing and engineered systems. Registration is free, but seating is limited.