This paper by Nick Kloski, Nitin Ramannavar, and Satish Vanga discusses a drop-in implementation of Coherence running on Oracle’s Sun servers utilizing Oracle Fusion Middleware components, most prominently WebLogic Suite.
Authors Chad Prucha and Pedro Lay offer the details on a proof-of-concept solution that consolidates Web, Gateway, Application, and Database tiers on a single Oracle SPARC T3-1 server.
Author Dean Halbeisen describes an optimized architecture for deploying Oracle E-Business Suite using Oracle's Sun servers and disk storage, and utilizing database, virtualization, and clustering technology from Oracle.
Authors Jacques Bessoudo, Tom Duell, and Giri Mandilika describe the "extensive testing of two modules in Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Human Capital Management (HCM) to demonstrate how Oracleʼs servers, disk storage and advanced flash based storage technology can be used to accelerate database transactions and enable unprecedented application performance."
Author Ron Graham's paper offers the details on "a complete, secure applications-to-disk Web portal reference architecture that combines highly scalable servers and leading-edge storage and networking technologies with best-of-breed software from Oracle."
"As E2.0 brings web 2.0 into the enterprise it runs directly into the issues of security, compliance and regulation," says Simon Thorpe. "It's a big challenge and a big contradiction. The business wants to use all these amazing new ways to share content, but the same business also needs to ensure that only the right people can get access to it."
Brian Whitney takes a look at the benchmarking results for the Fusion Middleware Online Auction workload using Oracle's SPARC T3-1 server for the application server and Oracle's Sun SPARC Enterprise M4000 server for the database server.
"There are multiple architectures that can be used to achieve highly available database services," says Matt Keep, "each differentiated by the levels of uptime they offer."
Janice J. Heiss and Steven Meloan offer a thorough, detailed look at the final keynotes at JavaOne 2010.
Oracle ACE Director Floyd Teter offers his take on some of the big stories coming out of Oracle OpenWorld 2010.
JavaONE, Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Develop by the number with Oracle ACE Director and software architect Markus "@myfear" Eisele.