Friday Jun 22, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-06-22

  • Guide to integration architecture | Stephanie Mann
    "The landscape of integration architecture is shifting as service-oriented and cloud-based architecture take the fore," says Stephanie Mann. "To ensure success, enterprise architects and developers are turning to lighter-weight infrastructure to support more complex integration projects."
  • FY13 Oracle PartnerNetwork Kickoff - Tues June 26, 2012
    Join us for a one-hour live online event hosted by the Oracle PartnerNetwork team as we kickoff FY13. Other dates/times for EMEA/LAD/JAPAN/APAC. Click the link for details.
  • Why should you choose Oracle WebLogic 12c instead of JBoss EAP 6? | Ricardo Ferreira
    Okay, you would expect an Oracle guy to make this argument. But Ferreira takes a very deep, very detailed technical dive into the issue. So hear the man out, will ya?
  • Hibernate4 and Coherence | Rene van Wijk
    According to Oracle ACE Rene van Wijk, "there are two ways to integrate Hibernate and Coherence." In this post he illustrates one of them.
  • Simple Made Easy | Rich Hickey
    Rich Hickey discusses simplicity, why it is important, how to achieve it in design and how to recognize its absence in the tools, language constructs and libraries in this presentation from QCon London 2012.
  • Starting a cluster | Mark Nelson
    Fusion Middleware A-Team blogger Mark Nelson looks at Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle BPM, and Oracle Coherence, three products that are " commonly clustered, and which have somewhat different requirements."
  • Why building SaaS well means giving up your servers | GigaOM
    The biggest benefit to PaaS, reports GigaOM's Derrick Harris, "might be a better product because the company is able to focus on building the app rather than managing servers."
  • Personas - what, why & how | Mascha van Oosterhout
    "To be able to create a successful, user-friendly website or application," says Mascha van Oosterhout, "every decision you take, whether you are part of the marketing team, the design team or the development team, should be based on what you know about the user."

Thought for the Day

"Machines take me by surprise with great frequency."

Alan Turing
(June 23, 1912 - June 7, 1954)

Source: Brainy Quote

Tuesday Jun 05, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-06-05

Thought for the Day

"The difficulty lies, not in the new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones..."

John Maynard Keynes
(June 5, 1883 - April 4, 1946)

Source: Quotations Page

Monday Feb 20, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama Top Ten

The top 10 most clicked links shared via my social networks for the week of February 13-18, 2012.

  1. Unit Testing Asynchronous BPEL Processes Using soapUI | Daniel Amadei
    Thanks to its support for Mocking and WS-Addressing, soapUI can be used to test asynchronous BPEL processes. Daniel Amadei shows you how in this OTN technical article.
  2. Multicast Vs. Unicast with WebLogic Clustering | Sabha Parameswaran
    Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team solutions architect Sabha Parameswaran offers a brief comparision and some general guidelines around using the different messaging options in this post on his "All Things Middleware" blog.
  3. The making of the Oracle Service Bus 11g Development Cookbook | Guido Schmutz
    Oracle ACE Guido Schmutz shares some background information on the book he recently completed in collaboration with Mischa Kölliker, Jan van Zoggel, and fellow Oracle ACES Edwin Biemond and Eric Elzinga. The book is available now.
  4. Diagnose SOA Suite 11g Issues Using RDA (Remote Diagnostic Agent) | Shawn Bailey
    Bailey's extensive post includes diagrams, screenshots, links to documentation resources, and a link to a webcast where you can see all of it in action.
  5. Thanks to the cloud, integration is back — with a twist | David Linthicum
    InfoWorld columnist David Linthicum shares his insight into the evolution of integration in the age of Cloud Computing.
  6. Your Presentation at the "Oracle SOA & BPM Customer Insights Online Summit" | Jyothi Swaroop
    Jyothi wants to hear from those interested in presenting at an upcoming virtual summit. Come on, you know you want to. You can get semi-famous and save on air fare. Your boss will be happy to have such a smart, thrifty person on the payroll.
  7. Enterprise Architecture, Organizational Structure, and Company Performance | Travis Wissink
    Wissink's contribution to the Oracle Experiences in Enterprise Architecture article series includes a couple of examples that illustrate the connections.
  8. Cloud Conference Goes Global; Hands-on Java; Cloud Considerations
    This one is a link to the OTN Architect Homepage, which always features the latest and greatest content from across the OTN architect community and a wealth of resources covering SOA, Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and and other topics
  9. Lessons Learned in Large Scale Transformations | Hamidou Dia
    Hamidou Dia's brief case history of the IT transformation efforts at Bank of America and Dell is also part of the Oracle Experiences in Enterprise Architecture article series.
  10. Coherence Clustering Principles | David Felcey
    David Felcey's detailed post is a great primer for those interested in learning more about Oracle Coherence.

Monday Feb 13, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-02-13

Today's Quote

"Never wait for trouble."
-- Chuck Yeager

Thursday Jan 26, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-01-26

Today's Quote

"Imagine if every Thursday your shoes exploded if you tied them the usual way. This happens to us all the time with computers, and nobody thinks of complaining."
-- Jef Raskin

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