Break New Ground

ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 2012-08-16

Bob Rhubart
Community Manager, Oracle Groundbreakers Team
  • OTN Architect Day Coast-to-Coast

    OTN Architect Day goes bi-coastal, with events in Boston on Sept 12 and Los Angeles on Oct 25. Registration is free, and you get 8 hours of technical sessions, panel discussions, roundtables... and a free lunch. Satisfy your appetite for expert insight on cloud computing, service orientation, engineered systems—and stuff your face at the buffet. Does is get any better?
  • Wake up, IT: Even CFOs see value in the cloud | Infoworld

    "The reality is clear," according to Infoworld's David Linthicum. "Unlike other technology trends, which largely confused the leaders in the boardroom, cloud computing has enjoyed strong PR among those who manage the money. That's good news for IT organizations interested in trying to get the promised value from the cloud—the people who hold the purse strings will likely support the creation of an initial cloud computing strategy and the first cloud computing projects."
  • Solution to Control Global Editable/Readonly Mode in ADF BC | Andrejus Baranovskis

    Oracle ACE DIrector Andrejus Baranovskis shares a sample application that illustrates a solution for enabling global editable/readonly mode "across all Task Flows, EO's and AM's."
  • Encrypted OSB Service account passwords | Capgemini Oracle Blog

    "In the OSB source code, the password in the service account is stored as clear text," says Capgemini Senior Oracle Consultant John Chin-A-Woeng. "So the passwords end up in the source code repository (e.g. subversion), which is bad practice. To solve this problem, we can either introduce a manual step during deployment, or use encrypted passwords." Learn how in John's post.

Thought for the Day

"Programming without an overall architecture or design in mind is like exploring a cave with only a flashlight: You don't know where you've been, you don't know where you're going, and you don't know quite where you are."

Danny Thorpe

Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

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