By Juergenkress-Oracle on Oct 24, 2011
Oracle OpenWorld 2011 is over – what was important what did you miss?
Keynotes: Best of Oracle OpenWorld keynotes and general session is available on-demand:
We recommend to watch:
Oracle Cloud Computing
Larry Ellison, CEO, Oracle
Middleware General Session
Hasan Rizvi, SVP, Oracle
Mark Hurd, President, Oracle
Thomas Kurian, Executive Vice
President, Product Development, Oracle
Presentations: All presentations are available online at the OpenWorld Content Catalog
Product highlights: Was the launch of Oracle Public Cloud offering Oracle Java Cloud Service to deploy Easy Built on top of the enterprise-grade and proven WebLogic Server using Java EE standards and frameworks like Oracle ADF.
Exalogic the WebLogic machine fully supports Oracle VM, Coherence and Virtual Assembly Builder:
A new Exalogic feature is Exabus – High Speed Network Virtualization. On the WebLogic side Oracle Traffic Director is my personal highlight. Traffic Director is a Load balancer or Local traffic manager on the application network layer.
Oracle Traffic Director facts:
- Supports support SSL encryption.
- 40GBps InfiniBand connections instead of the 1GBps
- Virtual appliance (VA) running on Oracle VM Server
- SSL-offloading, caching and redirecting
- Tight integration with OHS and Apache
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Twitter: A selection of the best SOA & BPM tweets from Oracle OpenWorld 2011. Send your tweets @wlscommunity http://twitter.com/wlscommunity
glassfishGlassFish Podcast Series – Community Stories from JavaOne : http://blogs.oracle.com/theaquarium/entry/glassfish_podcast_series_community_stories
glassfish GlassFish Podcast – Episode #077 – Java EE 7 Technical Keynote from JavaOne 2011 SF : http://blogs.oracle.com/glassfishpodcast/entry/episode_077_java_ee_7
andrejusb Andrejus Baranovskis’s Blog: Oracle Open World 2011 Slides – Texas A&M Universi… http://andrejusb.blogspot.com/2011/10/oracle-open-world-2011-slides-texas.html?spref=tw
AdamBien A brief JavaOne11 summary: The Thrill (and Thunder) is back. and the technical sessions are great!
lucasjellema Glassfish & Java EE strategy and roadmap presentation can be found here: http://blogs.oracle.com/theaquarium/resource/GlassFishCommunityEvent-JavaEEGlassFishRoadmapStrategy.pdf