Today's Links (8/3/2011)
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Aug 03, 2011
- ArchBeat Podcast: Thomas Erl and Anne Thomas Manes on SOA Governance - Part 2/3
Erl and Manes discuss how to deal with SOA footdraggers and the impact of cloud computing on SOA.
- Tuning WebLogic LDAP Authentication Providers | Brian Eidelman
Eideleman discusses authentication provider settings that affect performance and explains what each setting does.
- Moving Java Forward: New Java Training! | The Java Source
With the Java 7 release, Oracle is offering professionals new Java SE 7 classes and JavaOne sessions.
- How to reset Lost Oracle WebLogic Password for Fusion Middleware Applications | Atul Kumar
More how-to from the prolific Atul Kumar.
- Dtrace of Clusters in GlassFish - A Quick Tutorial | Byron Nevins
The second post in Nevins' series about DTrace and GlassFish 3.1.1
- InfoQ: Cloud Computing Realigns Role of Service Oriented Architecture | JP Morgenthal
SOA has been a source of dissension among enterprise, solution and application architects. Now cloud computing is changing the conversation.
- Setting up Exalogic using IB with SDP enabled Data Sources to Exadata | Pas Apicella
Apicella documents the process.
- Sunday at the Hotel Nikko with Oracle University | Oracle OpenWorld Blog
Information on the Oracle University preconference training event.
- Invoking web services dynamically in BPEL 1.1 | Andy Knight
Knight shares a practical example using Oracle JDeveloper 188.8.131.52.0 and Oracle Weblogic Server 10.3.
- InfoQ: Software Architecture in the Movies | Michael Stal
Stal offers recommendations for software architecture videos available on YouTube and Vimeo.
- Why The Next App You Use Might Be In A Social Network | Dion Hinchcliffe's Next-Generation Enterprises
"The next big leap forward...is likely to be the integration of our productivity and line of business apps into our activity streams," says Hinchcliffe.
- Have we reached peak SI? | Peter Evans Greenwood
With Cloud computing, SaaS, and the rise of a more technologically savvy business manager, the need for SIs to act as IT enablers is in decline.