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Listed below are the Top 10 most popular items shared via the OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page for the month of September 2012.
- The Real Architects of Los Angeles - OTN Architect Day - 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.
- Oracle Fusion Middleware Security: Attaching OWSM policies to JRF-based web services clients
"OWSM (Oracle Web Services Manager) is Oracle's recommended method for securing SOAP web services," says Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team member Andre Correa. "It provides agents that encapsulate the necessary logic to interact with the underlying software stack on both service and client sides. Such agents have their behavior driven by policies. OWSM ships with a bunch of policies that are adequate to most common real world scenarios." His detailed post shows how to make it happen.
- Oracle 11gR2 RAC on Software Defined Network (SDN) (OpenvSwitch, Floodlight, Beacon) | Gilbert Stan
"The SDN [software defined network] idea is to separate the control plane and the data plane in networking and to virtualize networking the same way we have virtualized servers," explains Gil Standen. "This is an idea whose time has come because VMs and vmotion have created all kinds of problems with how to tell networking equipment that a VM has moved and to preserve connectivity to VPN end points, preserve IP, etc." H/T to Oracle ACE Director Tim Hall for the recommendation.
- Process Oracle OER Events using a simple Web Service | Bob Webster
Bob Webster's post "provides an example of a simple web service that processes Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) Events. The service receives events from OER and utilizes the OER REX API to implement simple OER automations for selected event types."
- Understanding Oracle BI 11g Security vs Legacy Oracle BI 10g | Christian Screen
"After conducting a large amount of Oracle BI 10g to Oracle BI 11g upgrades and after writing the Oracle BI 11g book,"says Oracle ACE Christian Screen, "I still continually get asked one of the most basic questions regarding security in Oracle BI 11g; How does it compare to Oracle BI 10g? The trail of questions typically goes on to what are the differences? And, how do we leverage our current Oracle BI 10g security table schema in Oracle BI 11g?"
- OIM-OAM-OAAM integration using TAP – Request Flow you must understand!! | Atul Kumar
Atul Kumar's post addresses "key points and request flow that you must understand" when integrating three Oracle Identity Management product Oracle Identity Management, Oracle Access Management, and Oracle Adaptive Access Manager.
- Adding a runtime LOV for a taskflow parameter in WebCenter | Yannick Ongena
Oracle ACE Yannick Ongena illustrates how to customize the parameters tab for a taskflow in WebCenter.
- Tips on Migrating from AquaLogic .NET Accelerator to WebCenter WSRP Producer for .NET | Scott Nelson
"It has been a very winding path and this blog entry is intended to share both the lessons learned and relevant approaches that led to those learnings," says Scott Nelson. "Like most journeys of discovery, it was not a direct path, and there are notes to let you know when it is practical to skip a section if you are in a hurry to get from here to there."
- 15 Lessons from 15 Years as a Software Architect | Ingo Rammer
In this presentation from the GOTO Conference in Copenhagen, Ingo Rammer shares 15 tips regarding people, complexity and technology that he learned doing software architecture for 15 years.
- WebCenter Content (WCC) Trace Sections | ECM Architect
ECM Architect Kevin Smith shares a detailed technical post covering WebCenter Content (WCC) Trace Sections.
Thought for the Day
"Eventually everything connects - people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se."
— Charles Eames
(June 17, 1907 – August 21, 1978)