Thursday Sep 19, 2013

ArchBeat Link-o-rama for September 19, 2013

  1. September 2013 Oracle University Round-Up: New Courses & Certifications | Breanne Cooley
    Expand your brain with new courses and certifcations from Oracle University, including Oracle Certified Master - Java EE Enterprise Architect, and training in Oracle Linux, Oracle Solaris, and Oracle Virtualization.
  2. A first look at POST data preservation in OAM 11g R2 PS1 | Rob Otto
    Fusion Middleware A-Team architect Rob Otto shares a quick look at POST data preservation, a new feature introduced in Oracle Access Manager 11.1.2.1, and explains how to configure and use the feature.
  3. Kai Yu gathering no moss at #oow13 with 6 co-presentations!
    Oracle ACE Director Kai Yu will be the co-presenter on six sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 in San Franciso, in presentations covering Oracle 12c Pluggable database, Oracle 12c Flex Clusters, Oracle 12c Flex ASM, Oracle VM 3.x, Oracle EM12c, Oracle E-business applications, Dell Blade servers, Dell Compellent Fibre Channel All Flash Array, and Dell PCIe SSDs. Whew!
  4. My Favorite Online Resources for Advanced Java Developers | Dustin Marx
    Developer Dustin Marx shares his top 10 list of resources for Java developers, and contrasts his list with those from other blogs.
  5. IT Architecture Design Framework: ADMIT | Suman K. Pradhan
    Suman K. Pradhan's InfoQ article looks at ADMIT (Architecture Design Methodology for Information Technology), "a decision-making tool for systematically developing a robust architecture using twenty design forces and strategies, as well as fifteen aspects of the lifecycle processes."

Thought for the Day

"Don't keep reaching for the stars because you'll just look like an idiot stretching that way for no reason."

Jimmy Fallon, actor, comedian.
(Born September 19, 1974)

Source: brainyquote.com

Wednesday Nov 21, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 21, 2012

  • Fault Handling and Prevention - Part 1 | Guido Schmutz and Ronald van Luttikhuizen
    In this technical article, part one of a four part series, Oracle ACE Directors Guido Schmutz and Ronald van Luttikhuizen guide you through an introduction to fault handling in a service-oriented environment using Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus.
  • One Stop Shop for Oracle Webcasts
    Webcasts can be a great way to get information about Oracle products without having to go cross-eyed reading yet another document off your computer screen. Oracle's new Webcast Center offers selectable filtering to make it easy to get to the information you want. Yes, you have to register to gain access, but that process is quick, and with over 200 webcasts to choose from you know you'll find useful content.
  • Oracle on Oracle: Is that all? (Identity Management)| Darin Pendergraft Darin Pendergraft shares a discussion with Jaime Cardoso aboutthe latter's experience with Oracle's IDM products. What's particularly interesting is that the discussion grew out of Jaime's highly critical comment that Darin missed important pointsabout those products in an earlier interview Chirag Andani. If that ain't social engagement, I don't know what is.
  • I.T. Chargeback : Core to Cloud Computing | Zero to Cloud
    "While chargeback has existed as a concept for many years (especially in mainframe environments), it is the move to this self-service model that has created a need for a new breed of chargeback applications for cloud," says Mark McGill. "Enabling self-service without some form of chargeback is like opening a shop where all of the goods are free."
  • New Self-paced Online Oracle BPM 11g Developer Training | Dan Atwood Oracle ACE Dan Atwood of Avio Consulting shares a lot of information about a new Oracle BPM 11g Developer Workshop.
  • JPA SQL and Fetching tuning ( EclipseLink ) | Edwin Biemond Oracle ACE Edwin Biemond's post illustrates how to "use the department and employee entity of the HR Oracle demo schema to explain the JPA options you have to control the SQL statements and the JPA relation Fetching."

Thought for the Day

"Team development is like a birthday cake. Everybody gets a piece."

— Assaad Chalhoub

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

Wednesday Jul 11, 2012

Oracle IT Architecture Certification from Oracle University

Oracle IT Architecture Release 3 Essentials, the first Oracle IT Architecture certification available from Oracle University, (and the subject of an OTN Archbeat Podcast back in April) is now generally available.

The certification is based on material included in the IT Strategies from Oracle library, including the Oracle Reference Architecture Overview, Application Infrastructure, Security, Software Engineering, Service-Oriented Integration, Management and Monitoring, Service Orientation, and User Interaction.

Available to all candidates, the certification is the key component in the Oracle IT Architecture Release 3 Specialization.

This Oracle IT Architecture certification is the first of several certifications now under development, including certifications covering SOA and BPM. More information as it develops...

Thursday Jun 28, 2012

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-06-28

  • Oracle Magazine Technologist of the Year Awards to honor architects at #OOW12
    Seven of the ten categories in this year's Oracle Magazine Technologist of the Year Awards are designated to celebrate architects. The winners will be honored at Oracle OpenWorld -- and showered with adulation from their colleagues. Nominations for these awards close on Tuesday July 17, so make sure you submit your nominations right away.
  • Oracle E-Business Suite 12 Certified on Additional Linux Platforms (Oracle E-Business Suite Technology)
    Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 (12.1.1 and higher) is now certified on the following additional Linux x86/x86-64 operating systems: Oracle Linux 6 (32-bit), Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (32-bit), Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (64-bit), and Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) version 11 (64-bit).
  • FairScheduling Conventions in Hadoop (The Data Warehouse Insider)
    "If you're going to have several concurrent users and leverage the more interactive aspects of the Hadoop environment (e.g. Pig and Hive scripting), the FairScheduler is definitely the way to go," says Dan McClary. Learn how in his technical post.
  • SOA Learning Library (SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog)
    The Oracle Learning Library offers a vast collection of e-learning resources covering a mind-boggling array of products and topics. And it's all free—if you have an Oracle.com membership. And if you don't, that's free, too. Could this be any easier?
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Security: LibOVD: when and how | Andre Correa
    Fusion Middleware A-Team blogger Andre Correa offers some background on LibOVD and shares technical tips for its use.
  • Virtual Developer Day: Oracle Fusion Development
    Yes, it's called "Developer Day," but there's plenty for architects, too. This free event includes hands-on labs, live Q&A with product experts, and a dizzying amount of technical information about Oracle ADF and Fusion Development -- all without having to pack a bag or worry about getting stuck in a seat between two professional wrestlers.

    Tuesday, July 10, 2012
    9:00 a.m. PT – 1:00 p.m. PT
    11:00 a.m. CT – 3:00 p.m. CT
    12:00 p.m. ET – 4:00 p.m. ET
    1:00 p.m. BRT – 5:00 p.m. BRT

Thought for the Day

"Computers allow you to make more mistakes faster than any other invention in human history with the possible exception of handguns and tequila."

Mitch Ratcliffe

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

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