ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 12/06/2011
By OTN ArchBeat on Dec 06, 2011
- Webcast: Enterprise Clouds with Oracle VM
Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Time: 9:00 AM PST
- Adam Hawley, Senior Director of Product Management, Oracle
- Dan Herrup, Principal Systems Engineer, Oracle Corporate Citizenship
- Oracle Coherence High Availability Monitoring using Standalone Agents
Providing high availability for Coherence Monitoring using Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface (emcli).
- Defect Driven Design Reignited | Geertjan Wielenga
Geertjan Wielenga shares his video interview with Kirk Pepperdine, in which Pepperdine describes a unique approach to application design.
- Architecture all day. Oracle Technology Network Architect Day - Phoenix, AZ - Dec14. Free registration.
- WebLogic Weekly for December 5th, 2011 | Steve Button
"After a small hiatus -- a major product release does that to you -- the WebLogic Weekly is back," says Steve Button.
- Identity Management: Q & A From Webcast to Asia on Platform vs. Point Solutions | Naresh Persaud
Naresh Persaud shares a link to the Aberdeen paper discussed during the Identity Management webcast and a transcript of the event Q & A.
- Connecting Java CAPS JMS To SOA Suite |The Crooked Stick
In response to requests for information about connecting SOA Suite to existing SeeBeyond / Sun JMS, the Old Toxophilist put together this "quick blog entry that describes the simple configuration required to successfully achieve this."
- Exalogic Networking Part 1 | The Old Toxophilist
The Old Toxophilist looks at "the low level creation and configuration of vNICs, vIPs, vLANs, BONDs and how we can leverage scripting and the dcli command to configure all Exalogic Compute Nodes at the same time."
- Oracle WebLogic 12c Launch Coverage | The Aquarium
The Aquarium shares a collection of early links to community reaction and other resources related to the launch.
- Fun with GlassFish | Rene van Wijk Rene van Wijk shares a step-by-step example of how to set-up a high available tuned Java EE environment. "We start with installing a Java Virtual Machine (in this case HotSpot) and GlassFish Server," says van Wijk. "We continue with configuring a domain and tune the Java Virtual Machine for the admin server."