Monday Dec 30, 2013

Cloud Control: Automatic refresh of Weblogic domain members by Tony van Esch

enable_refresh_domain_jobIt’s a fact that Weblogic domains are dynamic in nature, especially when SOA components are involved. Out of the box Cloud Control does not update the target list of a Weblogic domain. Ofcourse you can manually trigger a refresh of the Weblogic domain, but it would be much better to automate this procedure.

Automation can be achieved by enabling the ‘refresh domain’ job per domain.

Go to a domain and under the ‘General’ tab, click on the ‘Weblogic Domain Refreshed’ date.

To check the refresh jobs in Cloud Control, go to Enterprise > job > Activity Read the complete article here.


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Friday Oct 18, 2013

Deploy ADF application to the Java Cloud on-demand training by Tom McGinn

Learn how to use Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) and SQL Developer to develop ADF applications using Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service. You see how to use Oracle SQL Developer to copy database schemas and data between a local Oracle database instance and Oracle Database Cloud Service. Then you see how to modify and deploy an Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) application to Oracle Cloud by using Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE).
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Tuesday Sep 10, 2013

Java Cloud – move your Java EE and ADF applications to the cloud–Webcast September 12th 2013

Webcast Series: Developing Applications in Oracle's Public Cloud - Watch Now

Oracle delivers the broadest selection of enterprise-grade cloud solutions, allowing everyone to offload IT management and focus on growing business.

Oracle Java Cloud Service provides an enterprise-grade platform to develop and deploy business applications in the cloud. With the Oracle Java Cloud Service, businesses can maximize productivity with instant access to cloud environments that support any Java EE application, complete with integrated security and database access. It allows businesses to reap all the benefits of Platform as a Service.

With the Oracle Java Cloud Service, businesses can create a production ready environment for their enterprise applications within minutes. Oracle Java Cloud Service instances are created with just a few clicks and come pre-configured with optimized database, identity management, and security configurations (Database as a Service) to deliver instant value.

Gone are the days of spending weeks to create custom scripts for the creation of application environments. With the Oracle Cloud Services, complete application environments are only minutes away.

Join us to find out how to get started with Oracle Public Cloud and Transform your business with Oracle Cloud.

Agenda

  • How to get started with Oracle Public Cloud
  • Exploring the Java cloud service
  • Exploring the Database cloud service
  • Demo: Migrating an Java EE application to the Oracle Public Cloud with NetBeans
  • Demo: Migrating an ADF application to the Oracle Public Cloud with JDeveloper
  • Oracle Partner Opportunities
  • Q&A

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This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24 hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.

Duration: 1 hour

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Thursday Aug 22, 2013

Above the clouds – WebLogic on Microsoft Windows Azure By Ayalla Goldschmidt

In my last blog, I wrote about Cloud deployment model choices and how Oracle Cloud Application Foundation customers have choice between an on premise private cloud or a public 3rd party cloud environment for the perfect hybrid. Well, with the latest partnership announced between Oracle andMicrosoft, Oracle customers have one more deployment option with Microsoft Windows Azure.

So as I was flying above the clouds on my weekend getaway passing through Oracle and Microsoft headquarters, I thought I’d share more details on how this partnership will benefit WebLogic customers.

As part of this partnership, WebLogic customers will be able to use their existing WebLogic licenses for cloud deployments on Windows Server Hyper-V and in Windows Azure. Licensing will work in the same fashion that is available today on Oracle Cloud. See more licensing details for Oracle Software in the Cloud Computing Environment here. WebLogic licenses on Windows Azure will work in the same manner. Microsoft will also offer license and support for Java in Windows Azure. Read the full article here.

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Tuesday Jul 23, 2013

Create and deploy applications on the Oracle Java Cloud

In this tutorial, you create and deploy an application that leverages the open source PrimeFaces JavaServer Faces (JSF) component suite library. JSF was designed to allow developers to create new components while leveraging the JSF life cycle, managed beans, and expression language. As a result, simply by adding a third-party library to your project, you can create a completely different look and feel and add functionality beyond the core JSF libraries.The NetBeans integrated development environment (IDE) supports PrimeFaces out of the box. It is easy to create, deploy, and test applications that use the component suite directly with a local Oracle WebLogic Server instance and remotely with Oracle Cloud.

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Thursday Jun 06, 2013

Virtualize and Run Your Forms Applications in the Cloud – Now On Demand

If you missed the Webcast “Virtualize and Run your Forms Applications in the Cloud” by Roger Freixa Vidal and Michael Ferranteyou can now watch it on-demand.

Now you can modernize your Oracle Forms applications by virtualizing them and running them on the cloud. What will it take to do that? Upgrade your applications to Oracle WebLogic Server, the world’s #1 application server. Gain rich new functionality and unparalleled performance while lowering your support costs.
Oracle is committed to the development of forms technology, and Oracle Forms 11g is an essential part of the Oracle Fusion Middleware platform. Join us for this Webcast and learn about:

  • Why and how to upgrade your applications to Oracle Forms 11g running on Oracle WebLogic Server
  • What’s new with Oracle Forms
  • How to virtualize your Oracle Forms applications
  • Advanced migration tools and the portfolio of Oracle Internet Application Server layered products certified with the Oracle WebLogic Server infrastructure

Register for the Webcast today. You can also download the free WebLogic developer license and register for the Simplify Your Upgrades Resource Kit.

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Wednesday May 15, 2013

Java and Developer Cloud

Are you using the Oracle Java and Developer Cloud? - Great platform for POCs, development, training or even production environments. The Oracle Cloud Java service is available, the Developers & Messaging Service is in preview - try it out at https://cloud.oracle.com

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Saturday Feb 09, 2013

E-Book: Cloud Architecture for Dummies & Cloud Considerations & Connectivity

Learn how to define your architectural requirements and get started on your path to cloud computing with the e-book, Cloud Architecture for Dummies.

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Friday Oct 19, 2012

Java Cloud Service for developers

The advent of cloud computing has reinvented application development for many companies. “That’s the beauty of the cloud,” says Cameron Purdy, vice president of development, Oracle. “It dramatically improves developer productivity because they can do what they do best without having to manage complex development, testing, staging, and production environments.”
The key is to find a platform that doesn’t impose proprietary restrictions or force developers to learn new tools. For example, Oracle Java Cloud Service is an enterprise-grade platform as a service for building and deploying Java EE, Oracle WebLogic Server, and Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) applications.
“It’s designed to be flexible and easy to use,” says Purdy. “And it is also a standards-based solution -it’s not proprietary and there is no cloud lock-in. Developers get instant access to an enterprise-grade environment for a simple, monthly subscription.”
Oracle Java Cloud Service instances are created with just a few clicks, so businesses can create a rich application development environment within minutes. Running on Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Exalogic, the underlying infrastructure also leverages Oracle Fusion Middleware’s integration with common services. For example, instances come integrated and preconfigured with optimized Oracle Database and Oracle Identity Management configurations. Based on Oracle Enterprise Manager, the Oracle Java Cloud Service console lets customers easily manage and monitor their Oracle Java Cloud Service instances.
The open nature of the Oracle Java Cloud Service lets developers integrate through Web services such as SOAP and REST APIs, as well as use their favorite developer tools, whether they are out-of-the-box tools such as Maven and Ant or the productivity features built into Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, or NetBeans IDE.
The service allows for the seamless movement of applications between on-premise Oracle WebLogic Server domains and instances of Oracle Java Cloud Service within Oracle Cloud. This approach allows flexibility to mix and match the use of on-premise environments with cloud instances for development, test, and production environments.
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Monday Aug 27, 2012

Building Java EE in the Cloud–Webcast August 30th 2012

Building Java EE in the Cloud

Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 10:00 AM PDT

While cloud computing is making big strides, there are challenges in enterprises to start meaningful adoption of the technology. Steps to cloud adoption by the enterprises are different - often with varying results. Some choose to optimize current applications with basic steps, resulting in minimal benefits. Others transform the entire portfolio, with a complete architecture overhaul, and build business agility as a result. Join Anand Kothari, Principal Product Manager for Oracle Cloud Java Service and Larry Carvalho, Principal Analyst at Robust Cloud, LLC as they discuss the evolution of the cloud, and how Oracle Cloud Java Service enables enterprises to make transformational changes.

Speakers: Anand Kothari and Larry Carvalho

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Wednesday Jul 25, 2012

Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software (EECS) version 2.0.1 available

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We are pleased to announce that as of today (May 14, 2012) the Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software (EECS) version 2.0.1 has been made Generally Available.

imageThis release is the culmination of over two and a half years of engineering effort from an extended team spanning 18 product development organizations on three continents, and is the most powerful, sophisticated and comprehensive Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software release to date.
With this new EECS release, Exalogic customers now have an ideal platform for not only high-performance and mission critical applications, but for standardization and consolidation of virtually all Oracle Fusion Middleware, Fusion Applications, Application Unlimited and Oracle GBU Applications. With the release of EECS 2.0.1, Exalogic is now capable of hosting multiple concurrent tenants, business applications and middleware deployments with fine-grained resource management, enterprise-grade security, unmatched manageability and extreme performance in a fully virtualized environment.

The Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software 2.0.1 release brings important new technologies to the Exalogic platform:

  • Exalogic is now capable of hosting multiple concurrent tenants, business applications and middleware deployments with fine-grained resource management, enterprise-grade security, unmatched manageabi! lity and extreme performance in a fully virtualized environment.
  • Support for extremely high-performance x86 server virtualization via a highly optimized version of Oracle VM 3.x.
  • A rich, fully integrated Infrastructure-as-a-Service management system called Exalogic Control which provides graphical, command line and Java interfaces that allows Cloud Users, or external systems, to create and manage users, virtual servers, virtual storage and virtual network resources.
  • Webcast Series: Rethink Your Business Application Deployment Strategy Redefining the CRM and E-Commerce Experience with Oracle Exalogic, 7-Jun@10am PT & On-Demand: ‘The Road to a Cloud-Enabled, Infinitely Elastic Application Infrastructure’ (featuring Gartner Analysts).

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