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

Friday Jan 10, 2014

ArchBeat Facebook Friday: Top 10 Shared Links - January 3-9, 2014

The Top 10 most popular updates from the OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page from the last seven days.

  1. Free TechDay in Vienna: Oracle on Oracle
    Database Administrators, Storage and System Engineers, Platform Architects and Operation Leaders are invited to participate in this free half-day international technical event focused on all the layers of your infrastructure stack: from Storage through Datacenter Fabric to Virtualization, from the Operating System up to the layers with direct business impact: the Database and Applications.
  2. 10 Things You Should Know About WebLogic 12.1.2 | Frank Munz
    Check out this detailed and informative Slideshare presentation from Oracle ACE Director and "Oracle WebLogic 12c: Advanced Recipes" author Frank Munz.
  3. Design Patterns: Magic or Myth? | David Budgen
    Durham University professor of software engineering David Budgen draws on surveys and mapping studies in this examination of "the effectiveness of the usage of design patterns in software development."
  4. The private cloud is giving way to the public cloud | David Linthicum
    "Public clouds have matured a great deal in the last few years," says InfoWorld cloud computing columnist David Linthicum, "and the truth is they're more ready for prime time than most private clouds."
  5. WebLogic in Practice: SSL Configuration | Jacco Landlust and Simon Haslam
    This presentation from Oracle domain architect Jacco Landlust and Oracle ACE Director Simon Haslam, originally delivered at UKOUG Tech13, describes SSL certificate concepts and how to configure them within Oracle WebLogic.
  6. Video: Design - ADFBC Application Modules - How many should I have?
    How many root Application Modules should your application have? That may be the wrong question. Chris Muir explains in this episode of the ADF Architecture TV.
  7. AIA Foundation Pack Architecture Overview | Luis Weir
    Oracle ACE Luis Weir opens the hood and kicks the tires on the Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack.
  8. Business Analytics: Speed Mobile | Mark Rittman
    Oracle ACE Director Mark Rittman's post "walks you through creating your first mobile business intelligence (BI) app with Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile App Designer and the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11.1.1.7.1 Sample Application (V309 R2)."
  9. Unable to change WS Policy Store to “App Server Connection” in JDeveloper | Guido Schmutz
    Read this short post by Oracle ACE Director Guido Schmutz for a quick tip that might spare you a headache.
  10. Winter 2014 edition of free OTech Magazine
    The winter edition of the free, independent OTech Magazine is now available, offering the insight of an impressive collection of experts in Oracle technologies.

Thought for the Day

"Surely if God had meant us to do yoga, he would have put our heads behind our knees."

Rod Stewart, musician, singer
(Born January 10, 1945)

Source: brainyquote.com

Monday Jun 03, 2013

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama Top 10 Facebook Faves for May 25 - June 1, 2013

On June 1, 2012 the OTNArchBeat Facebook Page had 521 fans. As of today that page now has 2,479 fans, an increase of over 375%. Thanks to all those people who follow the page for making that happen!

Based on the interest of those fans, here are the top ten most popular posts for the week of May 26, 2013 to June 1, 2013.

  1. Connected Architecture for the Creative Economy
    "Solutions for the Creative Economy are not cloud- or mobile-based solutions, or SOA-based solutions, and so on," says Lawrence Wilkes, "but...require connection and collaboration between all of these worlds."
  2. Just How Much Do Failed IT Projects Cost?
    InfoQ writer Shane Hastie offers some very large but not at all surprising numbers to answer the question "Just how much do failed IT projects cost?"
  3. Towards Next Practice EA
    Richard Veryard examines the "two main clusters of Enterprise Architecture practice," Mainstream EA and Next Practice EA.
  4. Understanding API management for mobile app security
    Darin Pendergraft looks at a recent Oracle API Gateway (OAG) implementation.
  5. Download all SATURN 2013 Presentations Now
    The organizers of the recent SATURN 2013 software architecture conference have made all of the conference presentations available for free in a single zip file.
  6. ADF Mobile Insider Essentials: Using the Local Database
    In this video Frederic Debiens shows how you can develop ADF Mobile applications on Android and iOS to access a local SQLite database, providing the capability to display and save data when running in an off-line capacity
  7. MDS XML versus MUDE Part1: Introduction
    "If you aren’t aware of what MDS XML is, or if you have an idea, but are still throwing your hands in the air," check out Stewart Bryson's post.
  8. The Coherence Incubator
    Now in it's new home on Java.net, the Oracle Coherence Incubator project offers "a collection of Oracle Coherence-based utilities, distributed computing and data-grid examples, third-party integration examples and implementations of commonly used software patterns."
  9. Customized BPM 11g PS6 Workspace Application
    Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis continues his series on Oracle BPM 11g workspaces with a look at an updated workspace application for Oracle BPM 11g PS6.
  10. Configuring SSL on OEID v3.0
    Rittman Mead blogger Farnaz Mostowfi's step-by-step guide to enabling SSL connections between different parts of the OEID package will help you avoid the trickier parts of that process.

Thought for the Day

"Sure, 90% of all software is crap. That's because 90% of everything is crap."

Mary Shaw

Source: softwarequotes.com

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