By Juergenkress-Oracle on Aug 07, 2013
- Watch for It: Oracle Cloud Application Foundation 12c Launch Oracle is preparing to launch the next-generation application platform with Oracle Cloud Application Foundation 12c. Watch for updates about the exciting, information-packed launch event with Oracle and industry leaders, featuring the unveiling of Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2, Oracle Coherence 12c, and new and improved development and management tools. Discover more about how you can deliver next-generation applications with a mission-critical cloud platform, reduce cost through simplified operations, and accelerate time to market with a modern development platform. To learn more about upcoming announcements, follow us on the cloud application platform blog.
- Java Platform, Enterprise Edition: Key Platform Updates Brewing
The anticipated release of Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7 is
expected to emphasize both productivity and simplification, especially
for dynamic mobile and Web development. Get more details about the
upcoming launch event, planned for June. Read More
- Oracle’s Mobile Platform: Enabling the Mobile Enterprise
Read how Oracle’s mobile platform can empower business users with
modern business applications while still delivering choice and
flexibility for IT. Read More
- Blog: What’s New in Mobile Development We are happy to announce Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile 220.127.116.11, which is available for download from Oracle Technology Network as an extension to the new Oracle JDeveloper 18.104.22.168.
- Register: Oracle WebLogic Devcast Series Join us for the upcoming Oracle WebLogic Devcast Webcast.
- Snapshot: Hotelbeds Moves from Open Source to Oracle WebLogic
- 10GbE Connections with Exalogic running Solaris 11 - Blog & Creating and using Solaris Zones on Exalogic - Blog
- Getting Connections with Active GridLink - Blog
- Troubleshooting Tools Part 3 - Heap Dumps - Blog
- JDBC/Form-Based Authentication in GlassFish - Blog
- Arun Gupta on Higher Productivity from Embracing HTML5 with Java EE 7 Oracle Java EE Expert Arun Gupta provides glimpses into Java EE 7.
- What's New in JMS 2.0: Ease of Use In JMS 2.0 (Java Message Service), the emphasis has been on catching up with the ease-of-use improvements that have been made to other enterprise Java technologies.
- New Messaging Features in JMS 2.0 Part Two of Nigel Deakin’s series on JMS 2.0 explores five important new messaging features.
- Lambda Tutorial Exercises to learn lambda syntax and the Streams API. These tutorials are an open source project created by the Java community.
- JTREG Tutorial This tutorial shows you how to execute a jtreg test case, an example of a test case, and a review of the log file produced.
- Persistent Breakpoints Every Java Developer Should Have Senior Engineer Gerard Davison presents the list of the persistent breakpoints that should be enabled in every IDE.
- WebLogic Server on Oracle Database Appliance - Sizing and Storage This article provides details on sizing and storage for WebLogic on ODA.
- Removing Data from Coherence Coherence is an in-memory data store, so if you keep adding data you will eventually run out of memory. Having an effective strategy for removing data from the cluster is critical.
- Developing with ADF MobileJava expert Shay Shmeltzer of the Oracle JDeveloper team shows you how to create on-device hybrid apps that deploy to iOS and Android.
- Troubleshooting Tools - Heap DumpsLearn how to troubleshoot memory leaks and other memory related issues with heap dumps.
- Devoxx Presentation -- Do Your GC Logs Speak to You? Java SE 7 included the release of a new collector, the G1GC. Kirk Pepperdine shows you how to use GC logs for tuning.
- How To Bring Scala to Enterprise IT Java Champion Yakov Fain muses on what he learned at JEEConf in Ukraine, including bringing in JVM languages into an enterprise
- Webcast 5 - Troubleshooting and Tuning with WebLogic.mp4.
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