Thursday Jan 19, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-01-19

Today's Quote

"This must be Thursday. I never could get the hang of Thursdays."
-- Douglas Adams

Today's Links

  • Oracle Technology Network Virtual Developer Day: Java
    oracle.6connex.com
    Date: Tuesday February 14th, 2012
    9:00am to 1:00pm PT / Noon to 4:00 PM ET

    You're real -- the event is virtual. Everything you wanted to know about Java, including Java SE 7, JavaFX 2.0 and the roadmap to Java SE 8.

  • ODI 11g in a Services Oriented Architecture. Part III. Consuming a RESTful web service | Uli Bethke
    www.business-intelligence-quotient.com
    Uli Bethke continues his series with a detailed look at consuming data services using ODI 11g.
  • Maximizing Consolidation ROI with Real-Time Data Integration | Irem Radzik
    www.datacenterjournal.com
    "The smartest IT organizations are rethinking how they set up their enterprise systems," says Irem Radzik, "and they are planning consolidation and modernization efforts to apply a standardized, unified set of hardware and software resources that support multiple applications."
  • What Else Can Go Wrong When Extending WebCenter Spaces | Andrejus Baranovskis
    andrejusb.blogspot.com
    It's a statement, not a question. But if you read Andrejus Baranovskis's post you'll save on aspirin.
  • New Exadata Full Stack Patches | Andy Colvin
    blog.oracle-ninja.com
    Andy Colvin shares information on Oracle's new Exadata patching strategy.
  • Webcast: Bridging the Big Data Divide with Oracle Data Integration
    event.on24.com
    Date: 02/08/2012 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
    Speakers:
    • Dain Hansen - Senior Director Product Marketing Manager, Oracle Fusion Middleware
    • Helen Sun, Ph.D. - Director, Enterprise Architecture Advanced Technology Services, Oracle
  • Webcast: Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture and Oracle Exadata event.on24.com
    Date: Thursday, January 19, 2012
    Time: 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
    Speaker:
    • Joe Meeks, Director of Product Management, Oracle
  • Oracle Enterprise Management Online Forum
    event.on24.com
    January 25, 2012, 10 am PT / 1 pm ET
    Speakers:
    • Sushil Kumar - Vice President, Product Strategy and Business Development, Oracle
    • Rex Wang - Vice President, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Craig Yappert - Senior Director, Enterprise Monitoring Solutions, Oracle
    • Eric Tran-Le - Vice President, Product Management, Oracle
    • Paul Hughes - Director, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Anand Akela - Senior Principal Product Director, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Moe Fardoost - Senior Director, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Scott Mcneil - Principal Product Manager, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Daniel Schrijver - Senior Principal Product Director, Product Marketing, Oracle

    Get your questions answered about the different phases of the cloud lifecycle--from justification and planning to implementation, user adoption, and ongoing management. Learn about common challenges and how Oracle Enterprise Management keeps you in total control.

Thursday Jan 12, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-01-12

Today's Quote

"I wish you a tolerable Thursday. That's all any of us can hope for."
-- April Winchell

Today's Links

  • Oracle Enterprise Management Online Forum
    event.on24.com
    Event Date: January 25, 2012 | 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET
    Get your questions answered about the different phases of the cloud lifecycle--from justification and planning to implementation, user adoption, and ongoing management. Learn about common challenges and how Oracle Enterprise Management keeps you in total control.
    Speakers:
    • Sushil Kumar - Vice President, Product Strategy and Business Development, Oracle
    • Rex Wang - Vice President, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Craig Yappert - Senior Director, Enterprise Monitoring Solutions, Oracle
    • Eric Tran-Le - Vice President, Product Management, Oracle
    • Paul Hughes - Director, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Anand Akela - Senior Principal Product Director, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Moe Fardoost - Senior Director, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Scott Mcneil - Principal Product Manager, Product Marketing, Oracle
    • Daniel Schrijver - Senior Principal Product Director, Product Marketing, Oracle
  • Webcast: Enterprise Data Integration for Heterogeneous Environments
    event.on24.com
    Event Date: Januaray 18, 2012 | 10:00 am PT / 1:00pm ET
    Speakers:
    • Irem Radzik - Director, Product Marketing, Oracle Data Integration Products, Oracle
    • Doug Reid - Director, Product Management, Oracle GoldenGate, Oracle
    • Denis Gray - Principal Product Manager, Oracle Data Integrator, Oracle
  • Big Data is Cool | Rick Ramsey
    blogs.oracle.com
    "If you're a sysadmin, you may want to know Big Data works," says Rick Ramsey. "Since Oracle just launched its Big Data Appliance, we have plenty of content to get you started."
  • Podcast: Unwrapping Oracle WebLogic 12c
    blogs.oracle.com
    In case you missed it over the holidays, the complete three-part conversation with WebLogic product team members Jeff West, Will Lyons, and Pieter Humphrey is now available. The conversation ranges from community involvement in WebLogic's development, to the role of Oracle Assembly Builder, to WebLogic's role in the evolution of Oracle Fusion Middleware.
  • Custom Portal Lifecycle Series (2-4) | Martin Deh
    blogs.oracle.com
    Martin Deh dives "a bit deeper into the WebCenter development lifecycle paradigm" with a look at the MDS (Oracle Metadata Services Framework), and how it is used in the development of a WebCenter custom Portal Application.
  • Cloud Candidate Selection; Bite-sized SOA Governance; Fusion Evolution
    www.oracle.com
    This week on the OTN Architect Home Page.

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