By OTN ArchBeat on Oct 11, 2012
- Whiteboards, not red carpets. OTN Architect Day Los Angeles. Oct 25. Free event.
Yes, it's TinselTown, but the stars at this event are experts in the use of Oracle technologies in today's architectures. This free event includes a full slate of technical sessions and peer interaction covering cloud computing, SOA, and engineered systems—and lunch is on us. Register now.
Thursday October 25, 2012, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sofitel Los Angeles, 8555 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048
- JDeveloper extensions where? | Peter Paul van de Beek
"Where does the downloaded stuff go after you installed JDeveloper extensions, like SOA Composite Editor, Oracle BPM Studio, or AIA Service Constructor?" Peter Paul van de Beek has the answer.
- Using Apache Derby Database with WebLogic (the express way) | Frank Munz
Another technical how-to video from Dr. Frank Munz.
- Compensation Hello World | Ronald van Luttikhuizen
Oracle ACE Director Ronald van Luttikhuizen's post addresses several question that came up during the "Effective Fault Handling in SOA Suite 11g" session that he and fellow Oracle ACE Guido Schmutz presented at Oracle OpenWorld.
- Oracle Fusion Middleware Security: OAM and OIM 11g Academies
Looking for technical how-to content covering Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Manager? The people behind the Oracle Middleware Security blog have indexed relevant blog posts into what they call "Academies."
"These indexes," the blog explains, "contain the articles we've written that we believe provide long lasting guidance on OAM and OIM. Posts covered in these series include articles on key aspects of OAM and OIM 11g, best practice architectural guidance, integrations, and customizations."
- Maximum Availability Whitepaper for IDM 11gR2 | Oracle Fusion Middleware Security
The Oracle Fusion Middelware A-Team shares an overview of and a link to a new white paper: "Identity Management 11.1.2 Enterprise Deployment Blueprint."
Thought for the Day
"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are sure and the intelligent are full of doubt."
— Bertrand Russell
(May 18, 1872 – February 2, 1970)