Tuesday Mar 31, 2015

Twitter Tuesday: Top 10 Tweets - March 24-30-16, 2015

Take a close look at the Top 10 tweets from @OTNArchBeat for the last seven days, March 24-30, 2015.

  1. RT @dbrady: If 1 service dies and your whole system breaks, you don't have SOA. You have a monolith whose brain has been chopped up and stuck in jars.
    Mar 27, 2015 at 12:54 AM
  2. RT @oracleace: Welcome to new #ACEDs @pasalapudi @OsamaOracle and @etwhalen!
    Mar 26, 2015 at 07:34 PM
  3. Externalize the Security of Oracle #ADF Applications Using Oracle Entitlements Server, by @ganeshk_8
    Mar 31, 2015 at 04:19 AM
  4. Creating a Custom #SOA Administrator, by @AntoniouAntonis
    Mar 27, 2015 at 04:03 PM
  5. Podcast: Adaptive Case Mgmt panel: @nicovanbenthem @lonnekedikmans @dschmied @t_winterberg
    Mar 25, 2015 at 06:49 PM
  6. Free tutorial : Install and Configure #Hyperion Financial Close Management in a Multi-Node Environment
    Mar 26, 2015 at 03:46 PM
  7. Using Unified Archives to Deploy #WebLogic Server Cluster on Oracle #Solaris 11.2, by Jie Shen et al
    Mar 27, 2015 at 03:50 PM
  8. RT @gurcan_orhan of course! ARCHITECTS NEEDED for #oow15! Call for Proposals is open!
    Mar 26, 2015 at 07:34 PM
  9. Video: #Hyperion Metadata Integration, by @rodrigoradtke and @rzgiampaoli #2MTT @oracleace
    Mar 26, 2015 at 02:42 AM
  10. Managing Logs in Oracle #WebLogic Server. @OTechMag article by @Ahmed_Aboulnaga
    Mar 24, 2015 at 12:41 PM

Friday Sep 26, 2014

Video: 2 Minute Tech Tip: Creating a Multitenant Application Infrastructure using Solaris and Exalogic Elastic Cloud

How much information about creating a multitenant application infrastructure using Solaris and Exalogic Elastic Cloud can Albert Leigh cram into two minutes? Watch and see.

Albert's tip is based on the following session at Oracle OpenWorld 2014:

Oracle Exalogic, Oracle Solaris, and Oracle SuperCluster: More Versatile Than Ever

Session Speakers
  • W. James Davis - Solutions Architect, Allegis Group
  • Gabriel Trauvitch - Business Development Director-Engineered Systems, Oracle
  • Bharath Reddy - Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
  • Albert Leigh - Director, Exalogic Product Management, Oracle

Thursday, Oct 2, 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM - Moscone South - 304

Friday Mar 28, 2014

ArchBeat Facebook Friday: Top 10 Shared Links - March 21-27, 2014

The OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page now has 5,000 followers! Here are the Top 10 most popular items posted on that page over the last seven days, March 21-27, 2014.

  1. Video: ADF - Designing for Application Customization & MDS - MDS Infrastructure Decisions | Frank Nimphius
    In this episode of ADF Architecture TV Frank Nimphius covers the MDS repository infrastructure you need for customizable and personalizable ADF applications.
  2. You Are Not Even Wrong About the Cloud - Part 3 | RogerG
    "The Cloud is not magic – reduced costs are not suddenly available through magic Cloud pixie dust," says RogerG. His article clears up some common misconceptions about moving existing applications to the cloud.
  3. 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation
    Are you an ADF Developer (Oracle ADF/Oracle Mobile Framework)? If so, please submit your solution to the 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards. The winner will receive a free pass to OOW 2014!
  4. IoT end-to-end demo: Remote Monitoring and Service | Harish Doddala
    IoT expert Harish Doddala's demo "showcases how the health of remotely deployed machinery can be monitored to illustrate how data coming from devices can be analyzed in real-time, integrated with back-end systems and visualized to initiate action as may be necessary."
  5. Playing with SSL | Rene van Wijk
    Oracle ACE Director Rene van Wijk shows you how to set up "SSL on a WebLogic Dynamic Cluster (with a few managed servers that have SSL enabled), by using a custom identity and custom trust."
  6. Improve SSL Support for Your WebLogic Domains | Olaf Heimburger
    Fusion Middleware solution architect Olaf Heimburger's technical post identifies the root cause and the solution for an error message that may be familiar to those working with SSL in WebLogic.
  7. Twitter Tuesday - Top 10 Tweets - March 18-24
    Each day I search out great technical content from across the OTN architect community to share via Twitter. Here's the list of the top 10 most popular tweets from the last seven days.
  8. Building a Cloud-Based Data Center with Oracle Solaris 11 - Part 1 | Ron Larson and Richard Friedman
    This article by Ron Larson and Richard Friedman discusses the factors to consider when building a cloud, the cloud capabilities offered by Oracle Solaris 11, and the structure of Oracle Solaris Remote Lab, an Oracle implementation of an Oracle Solaris 11 cloud.
  9. Predicting using ORE package | Brendan Tierney
    Oracle ACE Director Brendan Tierney's post offers a concise overview of ore.predict functions available in Oracle R Enterprise that can be used to apply your data mining model to score or label new data.
  10. Public Sector Open Data via Information Sharing and Enterprise Architecture | Ted McLaughlan
    The demand for open data, "is rapidly exposing both opportunities and challenges within government information-sharing environments, behind the firewall, " says enterprise architect Ted McLaughlan, "in turn a fantastic opportunity and challenge for the Enterprise Architects and Data Management organizations."

Thought for the Day

"Never trust a computer you can't throw out a window."

Steve Wozniak

Source: brainyquote.com

Wednesday Aug 14, 2013

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for August 14, 2013

  1. Solaris on Exalogic – Using netgroup with NIS | Leo Yuen
    Fusion Middleware solution architect Leo Yuen shares a tech tip for restricting users from accessing systems that they are not authorized to use.
  2. Announcing Web Socket Proxy and Apache 2.4 support for WebLogic Server plug-in customers | Frances Zhao
    Information and resources related to new enhancements to the Oracle WebLogic Plug-In 12.1.2 release.
  3. Debugging Oracle BPM and Events (Oracle EDN) | Jan van Zoggel
    Oracle Fusion Middleware expert Jan van Zoggel shares insight gained while debugging a system that uses "Oracle EDN events to communicate between Oracle BPM instances and from the Oracle ADF tasks to Oracle BPM."
  4. OHS Tuning Parameters for OAM | Debasish Bhattacharya
    Debasish Bhattacharya, a solution architect with the Fusion Middleware A-team, shares the technical details behind meeting a customer requirement for serving 50,000 concurrent users within an Oracle Access Manager deployment.
  5. Peoplesoft on Windows 2012 : Oracle software | Nicolas Gasparotto
    This step-by-step how-to tracks Oracle ACE Nicolas Gasparotto's attempt to have a working Peoplesoft environment on a Windows 2012 platform.
  6. YouTube Playlist: Create and customize SOA components in Fusion Applications
    Tune in and learn! This playlist from the Fusion Applications Developer Relations YouTube channel features four videos focused on service-oriented architecture: "How To Customize a BPEL Process," "How To Use Process Composer To Create a New BPM Process," "How To Customize a BPM Process in JDeveloper," and "How To Customize Approval Rules in Fusion Applications."
  7. Oracle Fusion Middleware Patching | Peter Lorenzen
    Those new to working with Oracle Fusion Middleware patches will find Peter Lorenzen's post to be a handy primer.

Thought for the Day

"I think one thing that's important to maintain is a sense of fear, always doubting yourself... a good dose of insecurity helps your work in some ways."

Cartoonist Gary Larson
(Born August 14, 1950)

Source: brainyquote.com

Thursday Jul 11, 2013

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for July 11, 2013

Thought for the Day

"I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day."

E. B. White
(July 11, 1899 – October 1, 1985)

Source: brainyquote.com

Tuesday Nov 13, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 13, 2012

Thought for the Day

"The danger from computers is not that they will eventually get as smart as men, but that we will meanwhile agree to meet them halfway."

Bernard Avishai

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

Monday Nov 12, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama Top 10 for November 4-10, 2012

The Top 10 most popular items shared via the OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page for the week of November 4-10, 2012.

  1. OAM/OVD JVM Tuning | @FusionSecExpert
    Vinay from the Oracle Fusion Middleware Architecture Group (the very prolific A-Team) shares a process for analyzing and improving performance in Oracle Virtual Directory and Oracle Access Manager.
  2. Exploring Lambda Expressions for the Java Language and the JVM | Java Magazine
    In the latest //Java/Architect column in Java Magazine, Ben Evans, Martijn Verburg, and Trisha Gee explain how, "although Lambda expressions might seem unfamiliar to begin with, they're quite easy to pick up, and mastering them will be vital for writing applications that can take full advantage of modern multicore CPUs."
  3. SOA Galore: New Books for Technical Eyes Only
    Shake up up your technical skills with this trio of new technical books from community members covering SOA and BPM.
  4. Oracle Solaris 11.1 update focuses on database integration, cloud | Mark Fontecchio
    TechTarget editor Mark Fontecchio reports on the recent Oracle Solaris 11.1 release, with comments from IDC's Al Gillen.
  5. Solving Big Problems in Our 21st Century Information Society | Irving Wladawsky-Berger
    "I believe that the kind of extensive collaboration between the private sector, academia and government represented by the Internet revolution will be the way we will generally tackle big problems in the 21st century. Just as with the Internet, governments have a major role to play as the catalyst for many of the big projects that the private sector will then take forward and exploit. The need for high bandwidth, robust national broadband infrastructures is but one such example." — Irving Wladawsky-Berger
  6. ADF Mobile Custom Javasciprt – iFrame Injection | John Brunswick
    The ADF Mobile Framework provides a range of out of the box components to add within your AMX pages, according to John Brunswick. But what happens when "an out of the box component does not directly fulfill your development need? What options are available to extend your application interface?" John has an answer.
  7. Architects Matter: Making sense of the people who make sense of enterprise IT
    Why do architects matter? Oracle Enterprise Architect Eric Stephens suggests that you ask yourself this question the next time you take the elevator to the Oracle offices on the 45th floor of the Willis Tower in Chicago, Illinois (or any other skyscraper, for that matter). If you had to take the stairs to get to those offices, who would you blame? "You get the picture," he says. "Architecture is essential for any necessarily complex structure, be it a building or an enterprise." (Read the article...)
  8. Converting SSL certificate generated by a 3rd party to an Oracle Wallet | Paulo Albuquerque
    Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team member Paulo Albuquerque shares "a workaround to get your private key, certificate and CA trusted certificates chain into Oracle Wallet."
  9. How Data and BPM are married to get the right information to the right people at the right time | Leon Smiers
    "Business Process Management…supports a large group of stakeholders within an organization, all with different needs," says Oracle ACE Leon Smiers. "End-to-end processes typically run across departments, stakeholders and applications, and can often have a long life-span. So how do organizations provide all stakeholders with the information they need?" Leon provides answers in this post.
  10. Updated Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) Class | Gary Barg
    Oracle SOA Team blogger Gary Barg has news for those interested in a skills upgrade. This updated Oracle University course "explains how to use Oracle BAM to monitor enterprise business activities across an enterprise in real time. You can measure your key performance indicators (KPIs), determine whether you are meeting service-level agreements (SLAs), and take corrective action in real time."

Thought for the Day

"For every complex problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong."

H. L. Mencken
(September 12, 1880 – January 29, 1956)

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

Friday Nov 09, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 9, 2012

  • Exploring Lambda Expressions for the Java Language and the JVM | Java Magazine
    In the latest //Java/Architect column in Java Magazine, Ben Evans, Martijn Verburg, and Trisha Gee explain how, "although Lambda expressions might seem unfamiliar to begin with, they're quite easy to pick up, and mastering them will be vital for writing applications that can take full advantage of modern multicore CPUs."
  • Converting SSL certificate generated by a 3rd party to an Oracle Wallet | Paulo Albuquerque
    Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team member Paulo Albuquerque shares "a workaround to get your private key, certificate and CA trusted certificates chain into Oracle Wallet."
  • Portal And Content - Content Integration - Best Practices | Stefan Krantz
    This post from Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team architect Stefan Krantz "will help you understand ground up how to design, architect and implement business enabled, responsive and performing portals with complex requirements on business centric information publishing."
  • Global Event Series: Oracle Cloud Builder Summit
    Enterprise IT is changing. That's not exactly a news flash, but let's face it, if your skills aren't up to the task, you're going to be left behind. That's why the Oracle Cloud Builder Summit presents a great opportunity to get out in front of the evolution of IT. Through multiple demonstrations you'll learn how to build—in only two hours—an enterprise cloud environment, and how to fast-track your applications to the cloud. Click here to find dates and locations around the globe.
  • Unexpected advantage of Engineered Systems | Solaris 11 Maintenance Lifecycle Blog
    There's a lot of genuinely useful information in this post, based on the personal experience of the blogger. But it makes me nuts when smart Oracle people with expertise to share don't include their actual names in the blog posts. So thanks, user12244672, for an interesting post. But unless you're a superhero, maybe you can reveal your true identity…?

Thought for the Day

"The purpose of computers is human freedom."

Ted Nelson

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

Thursday Nov 08, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama Top 10 for October 2012

The Top 10 most popular items shared on the OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page for October 2012.

  1. OAM/OVD JVM Tuning | @FusionSecExpert
    Vinay from the Oracle Fusion Middleware Architecture Group (known as the A-Team) shares a process for analyzing and improving performance in Oracle Virtual Directory and Oracle Access Manager.
  2. SOA Galore: New Books for Technical Eyes Only
    Shake up up your technical skills with this trio of new technical books from community members covering SOA and BPM.
  3. Clustering ODI11g for High-Availability Part 1: Introduction and Architecture | Richard Yeardley
    "JEE agents can be deployed alongside, or instead of, standalone agents," says Rittman Meade's Richard Yeardley. "But there is one key advantage in using JEE agents and WebLogic – when you deploy JEE agents as part of a WebLogic cluster they can be configured together to form a high availability cluster." Learn more in Yeardley's extensive post.
  4. Solving Big Problems in Our 21st Century Information Society | Irving Wladawsky-Berger
    "I believe that the kind of extensive collaboration between the private sector, academia and government represented by the Internet revolution will be the way we will generally tackle big problems in the 21st century. Just as with the Internet, governments have a major role to play as the catalyst for many of the big projects that the private sector will then take forward and exploit. The need for high bandwidth, robust national broadband infrastructures is but one such example." -- Irving Wladawsky-Berger
  5. Eventually, 90% of tech budgets will be outside IT departments | ZDNet
    Another interesting post from ZDNet blogger Joe McKendrick about changing roles in IT.
  6. ADF Mobile - Login Functionality | Andrejus Baranovskis
    "The new ADF Mobile approach with native deployment is cool when you want to access phone functionality (camera, email, sms and etc.), also when you want to build mobile applications with advanced UI," reports Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis.
  7. Podcast: Are You Future Proof? - Part 2
    In Part 2, practicing architects and Oracle ACE Directors Ron Batra (AT&T), Basheer Khan (Innowave Technology), and Ronald van Luttikhuizen (Vennster) discuss re-tooling one’s skill set to reflect changes in enterprise IT, including the knowledge to steer stakeholders around the hype to what's truly valuable.
  8. ADF Mobile Custom Javascript — iFrame Injection | John Brunswick
    The ADF Mobile Framework provides a range of out of the box components to add within your AMX pages, according to John Brunswick. But what happens when "an out of the box component does not directly fulfill your development need? What options are available to extend your application interface?" John has an answer.
  9. Oracle Solaris 11.1 update focuses on database integration, cloud | Mark Fontecchio
    TechTarget editor Mark Fontecchio reports on the recent Oracle Solaris 11.1 release, with comments from IDC's Al Gillen.
  10. Architects Matter: Making sense of the people who make sense of enterprise IT
    Why do architects matter? Oracle Enterprise Architect Eric Stephens suggests that you ask yourself this question the next time you take the elevator to the Oracle offices on the 45th floor of the Willis Tower in Chicago, Illinois (or any other skyscraper, for that matter). If you had to take the stairs to get to those offices, who would you blame? "You get the picture," he says. "Architecture is essential for any necessarily complex structure, be it a building or an enterprise." (Read the article)

Thought for the Day

"I will contend that conceptual integrity is the most important consideration in system design. It is better to have a system omit certain anomalous features and improvements, but to reflect one set of design ideas, than to have one that contains many good but independent and uncoordinated ideas."

Frederick P. Brooks

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

Wednesday Nov 07, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 7, 2012

Thought for the Day

"Why is composing symphonies tough? I don't know. It's just very few people in the world can do it well. And I think that's the case with upfront design. It is very hard to do well."

Martin Fowler

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

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