By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Aug 06, 2013
- SOA Governance Training - August 26th–30th 2013 - EMEA (Lisbon) | Lionel Dubreuil
Make SOA make sense! This Oracle SOA Governance course focuses on implementing SOA Governance principles with Oracle Enterprise Repository for effective management of SOA/Integration projects.
- Free Interactive eCourse: WebLogic Server 12c New Features
Fix your gaze on this interactive, self-paced eCourse for a detailed overview of the latest features and enhancements in WebLogic Server 12.1.2.
- Inside My Home Office Development Lab | Mark Rittman
Oracle ACE Director Mark Rittman takes things in a different direction in this post that describes his home office set up for developing and testing Oracle BI solutions.
- WebLogic 12.1.2 technical launch webcasts on-demand available | Jurgen Kress
Jurgen Kress shares information on how you can access the on-demand replays of the technical deep-dive sessions from last week's Oracle Cloud Application Foundation Launch, Sessions cover Oracle WebLogic 12.1.2, Oracle Coherence 12c, Enterprise Manager, and Developer Tools.
- Video: Introducing Dynamic Clusters in Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2 | Dave Cabelus
"Dynamic Clusters make it really easy to configure a new cluster," says Dave Cabelus in this video from the Oracle WebLogic YouTube Channel. Watch it and learn just how easy it is.
- Autolearning and Oracle Adaptive Access Manager | Viral Kamdar
"Autolearning is a process by which OAAM profiles behavior patterns," explains FMW A-Team architect Viral Kamdar. "Such patterns are used for risk profiling and further actions can be taken depending on the outcome of the analysis."
- 10 Digital Marketing Essentials for Technologists | John Brunswick
"A formidable chasm often exists between between digital marketing strategies and technologists implementing those strategies, " says WebCenter expert John Brunswick. Check out his blog post for links to two video tutorials that will help you close that chasm.
Thought for the Day
"It is the lone worker who makes the first advance in a subject; the details may be worked out by a team, but the prime idea is due to enterprise, thought, and perception of an individual."
— Alexander Fleming
(August 6, 1881 – March 11, 1955)