By OTN ArchBeat on Mar 06, 2012
- Application-Driven Virtualization with Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder | Ronen Kofman
Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder is now GA/ Ronen Kofman shares details.
- Is it security or privacy or both that we should think about? | Andy Mulholland
"From one direction we see how businesses want to use clouds, mobility, big data and social tools to create new capabilities externally to do business in new interactive ways with customers," says Mulholland. "In the other direction, the challenges this represents to IT departments and in particular to the role of the CIO."
- Oracle Hardware Systems: The Extreme Performance Tour - Dates and Locations Worldwide
Get the inside track on Oracle's hardware strategy and product roadmap from the people who know Oracle hardware best. And be sure to meet our global experts in the Extreme Performance exhibition area. Click the link for dates and locations worldwide.
- Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software Version 2.0 Released | Cristóbal Soto
Includes several new features and enhancements.
- Development Debate Wrap-up; Large Scale Transformations; Creating Architecture
Featured this week on the OTN Architect homepage, along with an updated events list, links to product downloads, and the usual collection of resources by and for software architects.
- Toward Agile Strategic Planning | Linda Parker Gates
Software Engineering Institute blogger Linda Parker Gates considers "whether Agile principles can be—and should be—applied to strategic planning."
- WebLogic Server Weekly for March 5th
This week: Virtual Developer Day, Arun Gupta on Java EE 6, Appc from Ant, Shared Sessions, PKI Credential Mapping, Web Application Filtering Classloader.
- Upgrading to GlassFish 3.1.2 | The Aquarium
"This release is highly-compatible with previous ones and should be a target for any existing GlassFish user," says Alexis.
- When IT Architects Describe EA to other IT Architects | Nick Malik
"[Enterprise IT Architecture] is to [Enterprise Architecture] what a Biologist is to a Physician," says Malik, "a respected colleague with a similar area of concern, but totally different role."
Thought for the Day
"The goal of Computer Science is to build something that will last at least until we've finished building it."