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Break New Ground

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-07-26

Bob Rhubart
Community Manager, Oracle Groundbreakers Team
  • Simple Custom JMX MBeans with WebLogic 12c and Spring | Frank Munz

    "Using the Spring framework bundled with WebLogic 12, the programming of JMX MBeans becomes as easy as writing a simple POJO within a web application," says author and 2011 Oracle Technologist of the Year Frank Munz. His blog post includes three informative videos that illustrate the process.
  • Highly Available Infrastructure for Cloud Computing – A Guest Keynote at Oracle Architect Day by Kai Yu

    "High Availability Infrastructure of Cloud Computing," Oracle ACE Director Kai Yu's keynote presentation from OTN Architect Day in Reston, VA on May 16, 2012, is now available on the Dell Tech Center Blog. This is a video version of Kai's presentation, and includes his narration.
  • Storing SCA Metadata in the Oracle Metadata Services Repository

    Nicolás Fonnegra Martinez and Markus Lohn explain the advantages of using the Oracle Metadata Services Repository for central metadata storage in this new OTN technical article intended for software developers and software architects who implement and design Service Component Architecture (SCA) composites.
  • Oracle Magazine: Catching Up to Mobile Computing

    In this article from Oracle Magazine, OTN architect community members Karina Ishkhanova, Mike van Alst, and Oracle ACE Directors Ronald van Luttikhuizen and Lucas Jellema share their thoughts on the challenges mobile computing poses for solution architects. This companion video features additional comments from Ronald and from Oracle enterprise architect Anbu Krishnaswami.

Thought for the Day

"Function and output do not define a system. Only its architecture can describe and identify a system."

Larry Bernstein

Source: SoftwareQuotes

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