Saturday Jan 16, 2016

Cloud Platform: Partner Webcast Series 2016

With cloud adoption growing exponentially, organization's around the globe are demanding end-to-end Cloud capabilities that require a wide range of Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions.

Please join us for the monthly Oracle Cloud Platform Partner Webcast Series that will keep you up to date with the Oracle Cloud Platform strategy, product offerings and go-to-market programs specifically for partners. For details please visit the registration page here.

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H2FY16 Sales Plays and Pricing Update

January 20, 2016

9:00AM PDT/17:00 BST

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Oracle Public Cloud Machine (OPCM)

February 17, 2016

9:00AM PDT/17:00 BST

Coming Soon

App Container Cloud (Java SE and Node)

March 23, 2016

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Friday Jan 15, 2016

PaaS free trial accounts MCS and JCS

As part of our communities we do offer free PaaS accounts (only for partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa. In case you are not part of EMEA please contact your local partner manager):

· clip_image002Java Cloud Service & Mobile Cloud Service PaaS Demo Accounts (WebLogic Community membership required)

· Integration Cloud Service & Process Cloud Service PaaS Demo Accounts  (SOA Community membership required)

Watch the GSE Overview Video! Get an overview of what GSE is and how you can use GSE to help you sell. You can also get long running dedicated PaaS instances, therefore please send us details about your use cases. For instant access please request a sandbox demo


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Thursday Jan 14, 2016

Middleware Update January 2016


The January edition of the Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

    • Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum
    • Integration & Process Cloud Service Bootcamps
    • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast


For regular updates please subscribe to our YouTube channel here. For the latest SOA & BPM Partner Community information please visit our Community update wiki here (Community membership required)

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Wednesday Jan 13, 2016

Anniversary Conference "AMIS 25 – Beyond the Horizon" June 2nd & 3rd 2016 Netherlands

clip_image002Katwijk in the Netherlands is the place to be on June 2 and 3, 2016. Why? Because the AMIS Anniversary Conference "AMIS 25 - Beyond the Horizon" takes place at the former military airport Valkenburg in Katwijk.

Renowned Conference Speakers
We are organizing this Conference because of our 25th anniversary. Many ACE Directors, Oracle Product Managers and other Oracle experts from within the Oracle community have accepted our invitation to join us for this full two-day conference. Amongst them are Steven Davelaar, Tim Hall, Heli Helskyaho, Frank Nimphius and Matt Wright. The Oracle Cloud Applications User Experience team from the US will also contribute.

The Conference will present technology related topics in the same spirit in which AMIS has surfed the latest technology waves throughout its existence and has shared knowledge with the Oracle community. You can choose from more than 70 presentations and demo's on:
  -  UX & UI development
  -  SOA, Integration & API's
  -  Database (Platform & Development)
  -  Business & IT Agility, Continuous Delivery, DevOps

Themes like Cloud and Security will be part of several sessions.

Experience "AMIS 25 - Beyond the Horizon"
At this Conference you immerse yourself in knowledge. All sessions will take place in "Hangaar 2" on the former military airport Valkenburg in Katwijk. After the first Conference day we invite you to raise your glass with us and toast to many more years to come. In good AMIS tradition, we would love for you to stay for dinner and be part of the festivities.

Early Bird We promise you a memorable two days. Register now and take advantage of our Early Bird rate.

Call for Proposals Would you like to submit a proposal and possibly take the stage during the conference? We have opened a Call for Proposals. Please submit before February 14.

We are looking forward to seeing you on June 2 and 3 2016!

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Tuesday Jan 12, 2016

JavaScript Extension Toolkit (Oracle JET) – announced at OOW15 by Marcel Oldenkamp

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Javascript is the most popular programming language* and its usage has grown 25% in the past year**. It’s widely used and so it stands to reason that Oracle now released a brand new JavaScript toolkit called Oracle JET (JavaScript Extension Toolkit).

Oracle says “Oracle JET is targeted at intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers working on client-side applications. It’s a collection of open source JavaScript libraries along with a set of Oracle contributed JavaScript libraries that make it as simple and efficient as possible to build applications that consume and interact with Oracle products and services, especially Oracle Cloud services.”

JET is a toolkit bases on JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5 design and development principles and offers support for ‘Accessibility’ and ‘Internationalization’. It targets JavaScript developers working on client-side web applications.
JET is based on several open source libraries such as JQuery and Knockout and has a highly modular structure with the purpose of allowing you to pick and choose the functionality that suits your needs.

One may argue that Knockout is not the most modern library choice to include in JET, but Oracle did not make this decision lightly. Instead of going for an all-in-one solution like AngularJS, they really aimed at keeping JET modular. So they chose libraries that are tailor made for their specific propose. In case of Knockout this means a lightweight library that excels at providing a declarative two-way data-binding.

So how does OracleJET fit in with the other frameworks like ADF and MAF? The information released at OOW15 focused/differentiated mainly on the target audience and stated that:

· Oracle ADF is for Java developers looking for a more declarative development approach to build web based applications.

· Oracle JET is for intermediate and advance JavaScript developers looking to build web bases applications.

· Oracle MAF is for developers looking for a more declarative development approach to build on-device mobile applications.

Additional comparison data was mainly tech based as stated in the table below showing JET vs ADF and the slide photo depicting the target audience. Read the complete article here.

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Monday Jan 11, 2016

JDeveloper 12.2.1 & ADF 12.2.1 and Jet 1.1.2 are available for download

clip_image002Oracle released new versions of JDeveloper and ADF as well as a complete new development tool JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET):


At the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) we posted:


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Oracle Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Community Forum 2016 March 15th & 16th 2016 Valencia Spain

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Take this opportunity and register for the Oracle Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Community Forum that will be held in the Las Arenas in Valencia Spain on March 15th & 16th 2016 with hands-on training
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The conference will update you on the last Middleware solutions & cloud services especially for:

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Sunday Jan 10, 2016

Understanding Metered vs Non-metered Java Cloud Service by M Kapur

The core Oracle Public Cloud Services including Java Cloud Service, Database Cloud Service, and Storage Cloud Service offerings are available in two ways: Metered and Non-metered. In this post, I will attempt to explain the Metered and Non-metered cloud services using Java Cloud Service as an example.

Q1. What is a Metered Service?
Metered Services are a Pre-paid offering, also referred to as "a-la-carte" or "committed" offerings. A Metered cloud service like Java Cloud Service (JCS) or Database Cloud Service (DBCS) is where you are charged based on the actual usage of the service resources on an hourly or monthly basis. A Metered service allows the customer to select resource configurations for a service and virtually any volume or capacity to meet their requirements. For instance, you can select the number of Oracle Compute Processor Units (OCPUs) or the amount of memory. Customers can change their service capacity as needed and that will increase/decrease their bill. Metered services are recommended for customers who are able to predict their required usage.
Q2. What is a Non-metered Service?
Non-metered Services are a subscription based offering, also referred to as "standard subscription" or "un-committed" offerings.  A Non-metered service is essentially a monthly or annual subscription for a fixed service configuration which you typically cannot change. If a service is Non-metered it means that we sell it in well-known sizes or fixed configurations, let's say small, medium and large, and Oracle does not measure whether the entire capacity is used or not. A Non-metered subscription has a fixed monthly charge. While you can stop a service instance to take the service offline for a few hours or days within a month, charging does not stop, and your service will be charged for the entire month. Non-metered services are recommended for customers who are unsure what their exact usage will be, and would rather keep a generally consistent subscription fee.

Q3. Is Oracle Java Cloud Service (JCS) available as both Metered and Non-metered service?
Yes, JCS is available both as a Metered service and Non-metered Service. When purchasing, you can choose to get a Metered or Non-metered service of the Java Cloud Service.
Q4. What is the difference between Metered JCS and Non-metered JCS?
The core technical features of JCS are the same in either type of service. There are no differences in service capabilities. It is just the billing model that is different.
Q5. Should I choose JCS Metered or Non-metered service for my deployment?
It really depends on your usage characteristics and requirements. With Metered service, you roughly estimate what kind of services you want (service type, edition type, compute performance type, size of the environment). After you do so, you total up the cost of each of these environments, categorize them under Oracle IaaS, JCS, and DBCS credit buckets. And now you know how many credits you need in each of these buckets. The Metered service purchase result in 3 credit buckets. You really buy these 3 SKUs - Oracle Database Public Cloud Services, Oracle Java Public Cloud Services, and Oracle IaaS Public Cloud Services.

The most important aspect of the Metered model is that you are not bound to use your credit in exactly the environments you estimated. You can utilize your credit however you want within that bucket. So, for example, if you decide you need JCS Enterprise Edition instead of JCS Standard Edition, you don't have to call Oracle. All you need to do is just provision the JCS Edition that you need and your usage will appropriately be metered and billed.

With Non-metered services, we have taken each combination of service type (JCS vs DBCS), tooling type (VI vs Full tooling), edition type (SE vs EE, etc), compute performance type (General Purpose vs High Performance) and created a separate SKU. One unit of a service in the Non-metered list includes a specific OCPU number and memory (compute shape). You have to buy enough units of either High Memory or General Purpose for a service type.

Example: Let’s say your customer wants this combination - "Oracle Java Cloud Service - Standard Edition - Virtual Image - General Purpose - Non-metered". And say the total number of OCPUs needed for this combination is 4. You are effectively purchasing this exact fixed configuration combination that you picked. When you start using our provisioning tooling (UI, API) to provision the service, you will be restricted to only provision this fixed configuration and the quantity you purchased. You cannot just utilize what you bought for some other combination, unlike Metered services.
If your customer has predictable workloads or seasonable workloads and requires more flexibility then you should sell them Metered cloud services. Non-metered services are recommended for customers who are unsure what their exact usage will be, and would rather keep a generally consistent subscription fee. The Non-metered equivalents are tailored towards fixed configurations and hence have a lower price.

Q6. Does JCS Non-metered service require Non-metered DBCS and IaaS as well?

Yes, JCS Non-metered has a DBCS Non-metered as a pre-requisite service. So it does require DB Non-metered service and associated IaaS (storage) services. And for every DBCS Non-metered service, DB Backup, Block Storage and Object Storage are pre-requisites which means all four are required for JCS Non-metered. Block and Object Storage are available as Non-metered SKUs for this case.

Q7. Can Non-metered services like JCS be scaled up or down?

One unit of a service in the Non-metered list includes a specific OCPU number and memory (compute shape). You can scale up or scale out as long as you have bought enough units to accommodate the new size. If you don’t have enough units, you can buy more subscriptions or refill the contract. JCS docs reference can be found here.

Q8. Where can I find more information?

Refer to the following document for additional information and details:

http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/contracts/paas-iaas-public-cloud-2140609.pdf

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Saturday Jan 09, 2016

WLSDM Version 2 Released! Things are really different anymore…

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Our main launch quotes for Version-2:

  • No server, No Database... No additional resources. Don't waste your money and time.

WLSDM does not need any additional resources (Server, Database, Memory, CPU... etc.). This means you don't need to spend operational costs for your WebLogic monitoring tool. Only keep your WebLogic Admin Server UP and HEALTHY.

If you are a senior WebLogic Administrator then show your skills by using WLSDM. WLST Web Console, User Defined Custom MBean Actions... Administrators and Developers going to love it! Do you? Designed and Developed for WebLogic Administrators & Developers

  • Centralize WLST scripts by using WLST Web Console.
  • Automate WebLogic domains by using User Defined MBean Actions.

See what's new on Version-2:
New WLSDM Features

  • Free Developer Edition (Fully Featured) - WLSDM can be used by developers for free!
  • WLSDM Quick installation Wizard is more robust anymore. Monitoring & Diagnostics step is added
  • Suggest Button for Metric Thresholds on Wizard pages
  • Get manual profiling dumps for JFR, Thread Dump, WLDF Diagnostic Image and Heap Dump Read the complete article here.

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Friday Jan 08, 2016

The Difference: Docker vs. Virtualization by Frank Munz


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Docker is an open source container technology that became immensely popular in 2014. Docker itself is written in Google’s programming language Go and supported on all major Linux distributions (RedHat, CentOS, Oracle Linux, Ubuntu etc.). The technical underpinnings are not completely new, Docker leverages Linux kernel features for containers such as cgroups and namespaces. So even though Docker itself is relatively new, the underlying container technology is an established technology.

It is reported that Google starts 2 000 000 000 every week for search, mail, etc.

Virtualization versus Container

It’s important to distinguish Linux containers and Docker from traditional and more common type 1 or type 2 hypervisors. Type 1 hypervisors provide server virtualization on bare metal hardware, whereas Type 2 hypervisors typically provide desktop virtualization based on an existing operating system as shown below. Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Jan 07, 2016

Running WebLogic 12.2.1 on Docker by Craig Barr


clip_image001It’s a sign of the times when Oracle mention that the latest version (12.2.1) of their Oracle WebLogic Java EE Application Server was released last week on Docker shortly before it was released as a plain old executable installer.

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But before you get too excited, let me just say one thing. If you were hoping to run something like this:

docker run -d oracle/weblogic:12.2.1

…and then, voilà! …you might be a tad bit underwhelmed.

Now don’t get me wrong, you can run WebLogic 12.2.1 on Docker containers and it works well, some might say very well. All of the WebLogic Server features are available in the container AND… you’ve got the added portability and flexibility that Docker brings. There is however, dare I say, more hoops to jump through then you’ve come to expect from the Docker experience. Let me explain.

As anyone who is familiar with Docker knows, running a container is as simple as “docker run “. Basically, this one command will search locally for the docker machine image and if not found, it will securely pull it down from the internet. Then, it will start it up in seconds (or less), ready for accepting requests. Simple right?!

The user experience built by Docker around the existing linux container technology is basically one of the many reasons Docker containers are becoming increasingly popular. But more so, if DevOps and Continuous Delivery is about eliminating wasteful activities in order to innovate faster, Docker-based containers is the epitome of this. When it comes to Docker, the value-added time is almost equal to the elapsed-time. An actual realisation of the speed to market promises from the DevOps movement. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Jan 06, 2016

Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service hands-on workshop at Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum March 20116

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you can attend Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service hands-on workshop.

For details please visit our registration page here.

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Tuesday Jan 05, 2016

WebLogic 12.2.1 is available for download

clip_image004Oracle WebLogic Server 12.2.1 (12cR2) is now generally available:

At the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) we posted:

For more presentations please visit the WebLogic 12.2.1 tag at our community workspace.

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Monday Jan 04, 2016

Coherence 12cR2 Offers Major New Innovations by Craig Blitz

clip_image001We are very happy to announce major new innovations with the release of Oracle Coherence 12.2.1 This release is one of the largest we have done and delivers several major features aimed at both developers and operations that improve developer productivity, support infrastructure consolidation, provide better security, and simplify multi-datacenter solutions. We are also announcing a new licensing option for low-cost deployment of small-to-medium sized deployments.

New Features

Coherence 12.2.1 is packed with major new features and capabilities:

  • The new Persistence feature enables Coherence to be a system-of-record and improves time-to-recovery from planned or unplanned, partial or total, cluster outage. Persistence can be configured to work in an on-line mode persisting changes as they are made to the cluster, or to take a snapshot of a data grid. Local disk configuration maximizes scalability, while network-attached storage maximizes availability.   Both data and metadata (indexes, listeners, expiry, locks, etc.) are stored, and recovery is completely automatic.
  • Federated Caching provides support for Active-Active, Active-Passive, Hub and Spoke, and custom multi-datacenter topologies. Implemented at the lowest level of Coherence, Federated Caching takes advantage of Message Bus, Elastic Data, and our new Persistence feature to improve scalability, durability, latency, and configurability of data replication over prior solutions. 
  • Coherence Multitenancy allows WebLogic Server Multitenant applications to share a cluster across a set of tenants and applications, consolidating infrastructure requirements. Multitenancy provides tenant-specific caches as well as shared caches for hosting reference data.  It is fully integrated with Oracle Traffic Director, WebLogic Server, and the Oracle Database to provide an end-to-end multitenant solution.
  • One of our most exciting new features is the integration we have done with Java 8 to provide Distributed Lambdas and Streams. We now provide the ability to execute Lambdas and Streams remotely, using standard Java 8, distributed across cluster members, without the need to deploy code on cluster servers. This provides the ability to do distributed, parallelized stream-based functional programming.  By reducing the need to deploy classes to servers, we have also greatly simplified application upgrade.
  • New Security Features include the ability to do fine-grained Authorization and Auditing of all cache access and updates.   We have also improved our SSL support. Read the complete article here.

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