By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Sep 21, 2012
- The Real Architects of Los Angeles: OTN Architect Day in LA - Oct 25
No gossip. No drama. No hair pulling. Just a full day of technical sessions and peer interaction focused on using Oracle technologies in today's cloud and SOA architectures. The event is free, but seating is limited, so register now.
Thursday October 25, 2012. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sofitel Los Angeles, 8555 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048.
- Why IT is a profession in 'flux' | ZDNet
I usuallly don't post two items from the same person in one day, but this post from ZDNet blogger Joe McKendrick deals with some critical issues affecting those in IT. As McKendrick puts it: "IT professionals are under considerable pressure to deliver more value to the business, versus being good at coding and testing and deploying and integrating."
- Cloud, automation drive new growth in SOA governance market | ZDNet
"SOA governance tools and processes learned over the past decade are now underpinning cloud projects as they scale across enterprises," reports Joe McKendrick. But there remains a lack of understanding about SOA Governance.
For a broader discussion of the importance of IT governance check out the lastest OTN Archbeat Podcast: By Any Other Name: Governance and Architecture
- How I Simplified the Installation of Oracle Database on Oracle Linux 6
Michele Casey's update of Ginny Henningsen's original article. This version shows how to simplify the installation of Oracle Database 11g on Oracle Linux 6 by installing the oracle-rdbms-server-11gR2-preinstall RPM package.
- Fault Handling Slides and Q&A | Ronald van Luttikhuizen
Oracle ACE Director Ronald van Luttikhuizen shares the slides and a Q&A transcript from a presentation he and fellow ACE Director Guido Schmutz gave at the recent Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne preview event organized by AMIS Technology.
- BPM ADF Task forms. Checking whether the current user is in a BPM Swimlane | Christopher Karl Chan
"The tricky part here is that the ADF Task Details Form is in fact part of a separate J2EE application to the main workspace," says Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team member Christopher Karl Chan. "So if you try to use Java or Expression Language to get the logged in user you will only find anonymous and none of the BPM Roles you will be expecting. So what to do?" Don't guess—read the post and find out.
Thought for the Day
"The speed of change makes you wonder what will become of architecture. "