By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Jun 22, 2012
- 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