Oracle ACE Director Markus "@myfear" Eisele offers his editorial opinion on some of the news coming out of JavaOne 2010.
"My goal with these posts is to get away from these 'what’s wrong with EA' posts and to start the conversation on ways we can make it work," says enterprise architect Todd Biske.
"To get the highest availability for a SOA cluster the backend database needs to be highly available," says Antony Reynolds. "So in this post I will go through the minimum requirements to get a RAC cluster up and running ready for use by SOA."
"You could think of Exalogic as a 'middleware machine,' but that doesn’t completely do it justice in that, at the end of the day, its job is not to run middleware per se but rather to run applications," says Mike Piech.
"I just spent the better part of an hour reading through blogs and professional articles on the announcement of Oracle Linux and the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel," writes John Margaglione. "I was present at Larry Ellison's keynote, so I heard the news first-hand, as I assume many of the bloggers did. But looking at these articles, I wonder if I had on a special pair of glasses that let me see something different than everybody else."
Oracle ACE Director Eddie Awad shares a useful tip for Chrome users.