Archbeat Link-O-Rama Top 10 Facebook Faves for October 20-26, 2013

Here's this week's list of the Top 10 items shared on the OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page from October 27 - November 2, 2013.

  1. Visualizing and Process (Twitter) Events in Real Time with Oracle Coherence | Noah Arliss
    This OTN Virtual Developer Day session explores in detail how to create a dynamic HTML5 Web application that interacts with Oracle Coherence as it’s processing events in real time, using the Avatar project and Oracle Coherence’s Live Events feature.

    Part of OTN Virtual Developer Day: Harnessing the Power of Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Coherence, November 5, 2013. 9am to 1pm PT / 12pm to 4pm ET / 1pm to 5pm BRT. Register now!
  2. HTML5 Application Development with Oracle WebLogic Server | Doug Clarke
    This free OTN Virtual Developer Day session covers the support for WebSockets, RESTful data services, and JSON infrastructure available in Oracle WebLogic Server.

    Part of OTN Virtual Developer Day: Harnessing the Power of Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Coherence, November 5, 2013. 9am to 1pm PT / 12pm to 4pm ET / 1pm to 5pm BRT. Register now!
  3. Video: ADF BC and REST services | Frederic Desbiens
    Spend a few minutes with Oracle ADF principal product manager Frederic Desbiens and learn how to publish ADF Business Components as RESTful web services.
  4. One Client Two Clusters | David Felcey
    "Sometimes its desirable to have a client connect to multiple clusters, either because the data is dispersed or for instance the clusters are in different locations for high availability," says David Felcey. David shows you how in this post, which includes a simple example.
  5. Exceptions Handling and Notifications in ODI | Christophe Dupupet
    Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team director Christophe Dupupet reviews the techniques that are available in Oracle Data Integrator to guarantee that the appropriate individuals are notified in the event that ODI processes are impacted by network outages or other mishaps.
  6. Securing WebSocket applications on Glassfish | Pavel Bucek
    WebSocket is a key capability standardized into Java EE 7. Many developers wonder how WebSockets can be secured. One very nice characteristic for WebSocket is that it in fact completely piggybacks on HTTP. In this post Pavel Bucek demonstrates how to secure WebSocket endpoints in GlassFish using TLS/SSL.
  7. Oracle Coherence, Split-Brain and Recovery Protocols In Detail | Ricardo Ferreira
    Ricardo Ferreira's article "provides a high level conceptual overview of Split-Brain scenarios in distributed systems," focusing on a "specific example of cluster communication failure and recovery in Oracle Coherence."
  8. Non-programmatic Authentication Using Login Form in JSF (For WebCenter & ADF) | JayJay Zheng
    Oracle ACE JayJay Zheng shares an approach that "avoids the programmatic authentication and works great for having a custom login page developed in WebCenter Portal integrated with OAM authentication."

  9. The latest article in the Industrial SOA series looks at mobile computing and how companies are developing SOA to go. http://pub.vitrue.com/PUxT Tech Article: SOA in Real Life: Mobile Solutions
  10. The ACE Director Thing | Dr. Frank Munz
    Frank Munz finally gets around to blogging about achieving Oracle ACE Director status and shares some interesting insight into what will change—and what won't—thanks to that new status. A good, short read for those interested in learning more about the Oracle ACE program.

Thought for the Day

"Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there."

Will Rogers, American humorist
(November 4, 1879 – August 15, 1935)

Source: brainyquote.com

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