Monday May 23, 2016

Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service training part of Summer Camps VI August 29th – September 2nd 2016 Lisbon Portugal

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Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service Partner Workshop

Trainers: Grant Ronald & Frank Nimphius & Mireille Duroussaud

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Duration 4 Days
Timing Monday - Thursday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm (breaks included)

Abstract:
Get up & running extending your Oracle Forms applications to Mobile with Oracle MAX
Join members of the Oracle Mobility PM team for a 4 day workshop that demonstrates how Oracle Forms applications can become part of a mobile application development. Get inspired and discuss with the experts about the options that turn Oracle Forms developers in mobile application developers.
What are we announcing?
Mobile has changed application development faster and more sustainable than anything else before. IT departments face an increasing demand for new mobile applications to be built or the extension of existing applications to mobile. How do you master this challenge if the required skills are not yet yours?
Oracle Forms is a veteran product among Oracle application development tools. Its PL/SQL based and considered rock solid. Over the years however, technology has shifted away from PL/SQL towards Java EE, Java Script, CSS and service orientation, and now mobile and cloud. Though there is no immediate need to move out of Oracle Forms, there is one to join the mobile and cloud movement. But how can you leverage existing skills and Forms applications in mobile on-device applications?
This 4 day workshop teaches a path from Oracle Forms to mobile that enables developers to expose existing Forms application modules to mobile cloud service middleware from where new on-device mobile applications can be built and deployed declaratively with no coding required at all. It also demonstrates how to bridge the skill gap PL/SQL developers usually have when it comes to coding for new non-Oracle Forms technologies.

What is covered in the workshop?
AuraPlayer - A Oracle Forms focused solution that exposed Oracle Forms application functionality for use through the REST service interface. The solution by AuraPlayer makes business logic in Forms available to cloud and mobile, as well as to any other REST aware client technologies. We are aware that there are other options to expose Forms content to the REST interface but chose AuraPlayer for this workshop.
Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) is a mobile middleware in the cloud (MbaaS) built by Oracle that exposes common mobile functionality as REST services to mobile client developers. A full day is dedicated to Oracle MCS for you to learn about the product, the positioning, custom mobile service development and hands-on knowledge you need for your job.
Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX) is a new Oracle product that is built-in to Oracle MCS and that you use to develop mobile on-device client applications declaratively. During the workshop you learn about the product and its code-free development principles that aim for citizen developers as well as mobile consultants that need to quickly and declaratively build new mobile applications. As a Forms user you will be delighted to see how MAX bridges the before mentioned skill gap, immediately turning you into a mobile developer wizard.
During the workshop hands-on you'll be using all of the before mentioned products to work on a Oracle Forms to mobile project. With the Oracle Forms application REST exposure, you create an Oracle Mobile Cloud Service backend and custom API that makes the REST interface available to Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX) for building mobile on device applications declaratively. On the last day of the workshop you are given the chance to "road test" your knowledge and use what you've learned on your own custom
Forms modules.
Why should you attend?
If Oracle Forms and Mobile is in your interest, then you probably have a lot of uncertainties and even more questions you are seeking to get answers for. The workshop is lead by three members from the Oracle product management team. All three are former Oracle Forms product managers, then Oracle ADF product managers and now responsible for Oracle Mobile Cloud Services and related mobility products. In addition technical support and assistance will be provided by AuraPlayer for the Forms to REST transformation. This training is a one-time only chance for you to get on top of mobile application development based on existing Oracle Forms logic and a first show of Oracle MAX in a public training.

Trainers:
Grant Ronald
Mireille Duroussaud
Frank Nimphius

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Friday May 20, 2016

Developing a RESTful Node.js and HTML5 application to Oracle Application Container Cloud

clip_image001This tutorial shows you how to create and deploy a Node.js RESTful application to Oracle Application Container Cloud additionally, you create an HTML5 application to test your REST service locally and in the cloud.

Time to Complete
  • Server Development: 30 minutes
  • Client Development: 30 minutes
  • Cloud Deployment: 40 minutes
Background

Oracle Application Container Cloud lets you run Node.js applications in the cloud. Node.js is a lightweight and efficient platform for building and running microservices. Node.js is sometimes referred to simply as Node.

Scenario

For this project, you create a Node.js REST web service and an HTML5 and JavaScript client. These are two separate applications. To keep your files sorted and prevent confusion, you create two different folders and put the files of each application inside:

The completed project, the MessageBoard application, provides a simple forum with topics and comments. Using REST, you provide access to the list of topics in the forum, as well as details of a particular topic. Data is exchanged using JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). Read the tutorial here.

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Thursday May 19, 2016

Linking Application Container Cloud to DBaaS – Expose REST API from node.js application leveraging node-oracle-database driver by Lucas Jellema

clip_image002In a recent article, I discussed the deployment of a simple Node.js application to the Oracle Application Container Cloud. I take this one step further in this article: I extend the node.js application to connect to a DBaaS instance using the Oracle node.js Database Driver and expose a REST API to retrieve data (departments, if you want to know).

This figure illustrates what this article describes:

The steps we go through in this article are:

  • Create the Node.js application with node-oracledb based database interaction
  • Deploy the Node.js application to Application Container Cloud
  • Configure the application on Application Container Cloud: service binding and custom environment variables
  • Access the REST API exposed by the Node.js application
  • The node-oracledb driver connects node.js applications to an Oracle Database. It is an open source project with Apache 2.0 license. It is maintained by Oracle and is under active development. Sources can be found on GitHub.The node-oracledb driver is available out of the box in a Node.js Application Container Cloud instance. No special steps are required to have access to this driver from a node.js application that is deployed to the Application Container Cloud instance. All you need to do is include the oracledb module in the node.js application (using var oracledb = require(‘oracledb’);) and of course interacting with the database in the regular way supported by node-oracledb.
Create the Node.js application with node-oracledb based database interaction

The application is a very simple one. It handles requests – and responds only in anger to a request that goes like this: http://host:port/departments. If that is the url – then the relative url is just /departments and that is what the code responds to in function handleRequest(). When you check the code in dataApi.js, you will find a few things of notice: Read the complete article here

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Wednesday May 18, 2016

Deploying a node.js application to the Oracle Application Container Cloud Service by Lucas Jellema

clip_image002This article describes my first steps with the fairly new Oracle Application Container Cloud [Service]. At this point in time, Oracle Application Container Cloud includes Oracle Java SE Cloud Service, which lets you deploy Java applications to the Oracle Cloud, and Oracle Node Cloud Service, which lets you deploy Node.js applications to the Oracle Cloud. In the near future, support will be add for different types of applications, such as Ruby, Python, and PHP. Through Service Bindings to other Oracle PaaS Service instances, it is easy to integrate applications running on the Application Container Cloud with for example a DBaaS instance or the Messaging Cloud Service. I will cover that integration in a follow up article.

This article will show how a simple node.js application is made to run on the Application Container Cloud. This application serves up a static HTML file that contains JavaScript to access a REST API from the browser. This REST API is also implemented by the node.js application and the corresponding REST calls are handled in the Application Container Cloud. Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday May 17, 2016

Application Development Platform (Java Cloud, Application Container Cloud, Developer Cloud 16.2.1 Release available

clip_image001We are pleased to announce the availability of the 16.2.1 release of Application Development platform with Java Cloud Service, Application Container Cloud Service, and Developer Cloud Service. This April release marks a major milestone, we saw the addition of a number of features, enhancements, and integrations.  This release is so big we've even had to add a Table of Contents to this email!

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Java Cloud Service
  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.2.1) with Java Required Files 12c (12.2.1)
  Multi-node WLS and OTD
  Oracle Database Cloud with RAC Support
  SSH Access page to manage keys
  Load Balancer HA capability
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  Developer Cloud Service Enhancements
Application Container Cloud Service
  Performance Improvements
  Trial Quota Increases
  New Assets
  Developer Cloud Service Enhancements

Java Cloud Service

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.2.1) with Java Required Files 12c (12.2.1)

  • This is the foundation for Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.2.1). WebLogic Server 12c (12.2.1) is Java EE 7 compatible. The WLS 12.2.1 features are limited (1 managed server, no LB, 0-1 partition, no scale in/out, no Multitenancy tooling).

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NOTE:

1. You must create a full Oracle Java Cloud Service instance, not an Oracle Java Cloud Service — Virtual Image instance, if you want to create a domain partition for your instance.

2. JCS continues to offer ...

  • Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.3) with Java Required Files 12c (12.1.3). This is the foundation for Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.1.3). WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.3) is Java EE 6 compatible.
  • Oracle WebLogic Server 11g (10.3.6) with Java Required Files 11g (11.1.1.7). This is the foundation for Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g (11.1.1.7). WebLogic Server 11g (10.3.6) is Java EE 5 compatible.

3. You can enable Oracle Coherence in Oracle Java Cloud Service when you provision an environment to run Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.3) or Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.2.1), and Enterprise Edition with Coherence. When enabled, the environment provides a predefined cache capacity out-of-the-box for the Coherence applications that you deploy to the cloud environment.

  • Oracle Coherence 12.2.1 Multi-Tenancy is supported, you can enable MT partitions on Coherence cluster post provisioning.

Support for Multi-node WLS and OTD is planned in an upcoming releases.

Support for Oracle Database Cloud - Database as a Service instances that were set up with the RAC option

  • This support allows Oracle Java Cloud Service instances to access the data from any database instance in the database cluster.
  • Coordinated backup between Java Cloud Service and Database Cloud Service with RAC is enabled.

An SSH Access page to view and manage SSH keys for Oracle Java Cloud Service instances in the identity domain

  • If the SSH private key that is used to access an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance becomes lost or corrupted, one can add a new public key to the service instance. Addition of a new public key to a service instance should also be done in order to comply with the organization’s security policies or regulations.

clip_image008Load Balancer HA capability

  • For high availability, a second load balancer node can be added when provisioning an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. Alternatively, a second load balancer node can also be added to an existing instance from the Topology tab.

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This displays information about the status of selected operations performed on Oracle Java Cloud Service instances. Note: This menu option replaces the Activity tab found in prior releases.
New patches

1. Patch Set Update (PSU) for Oracle WebLogic Server
2. Java Development Kit (JDK) update for Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Traffic Director.

You can see the availability of patches on the Administration tile and on the Patching tab

Developer Cloud Service Enhancements

Developer Cloud Service has added new options for using WebLogic Server deployment REST APIs when deploying from DevCS to JCS running WLS 12.1.3 and higher.

At our community workspace here (membership required) we posted:

About Oracle Java Cloud Service

Java Cloud Service is an enterprise-class application deployment platform for Java EE, WebLogic and Fusion Middleware .

Application Container Cloud Service

Performance Improvements

ACCS application creation and redeployment times continue to shrink.  Once the first application is created and the service is initialized, application creation, scaling, and update/redeployment are significantly faster than in the previous release.  These improvements are due to optimization in the usage of the underlying compute infrastructure.

Trial Quota Increases

Restrictions on the number of ACCS application instances has been lifted in trial accounts.  It is now possible for users to take advantage of the full 6 OCPU trial account quota to create more applications and to scale those applications out.

Developer Cloud Service Enhancements

Developer Cloud Service's support for Application Container Cloud has been enhanced with:

1. New utilities for JavaScript and Node packaging and dependency management installed in DevCS Hudson by default (grunt, gulp, and npm)
2. New Deployment configurations targeting ACCS for Java-based applications. These can be used in the DevCS Deploy tab or in Build jobs either on-demand or continuously.
3. New Developer Cloud Service sample project to demonstrate creation, build, and deployment to ACCS containers.

Learn More

See the Oracle Application Container Cloud Service documentation What's New page for more details and learn more at http://cloud.oracle.com/acc

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Tuesday May 10, 2016

PaaS & Middleware Partner YouTube Update 15 May 2016

The May edition of the Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:
• Fusion Middleware & PaaS Summer Camps
• Call for Papers Oracle OpenWorld & Java One
• SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast May 31st

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Thursday May 05, 2016

Mobile Cloud Service 3 Days Workshop in Madrid by Rubén Rodríguez Santiago

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Last week I had the chance to attend a Mobile Cloud Service 3 days workshop in Madrid. This was the first MCS training in Spain where some partners and I were able to get a good insight about what MCS offers and also a complete hands-on.
If you want to know MCS functionality you can check my previous post: Oracle Mobile Cloud Service overview.

Although I already attended Oracle Summer Camps workshop in Lisbon, we are in the middle of a MCS development and  this workshop was a perfect fit for mastering my MCS skills and also any question we made was perfectly answer by Mireille Duroussaud (Senior Principal Product Manager).
We were also able to see some of the features that will bring the next versions of Mobile Cloud Service like Mobile Application Accelerator (Oracle MAX), and hear of others like for example a JavaScript editor for implementing and debugging APIs right in the browser.

I was really impressed about Oracle MAX becasue building a Mobile Application connected to Mobile Cloud Service was just a matter of 10 minutes. Although the things you can do with Oracle MAX are limitted, it is likely possible that we will be able to donwload the source code of the generated application to extend it wich is a nice feature. Read the complete article here. Want to attend a MCS training close to you? Visit our WebLogic & Developer Community training calendar here (Community membership required).

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Thursday Apr 28, 2016

Deployment of a Java EE application to Java Cloud Service (Oracle Public Cloud JCS) by Lucas Jellema

clip_image002In this previous articleGetting started with Java Cloud Service on the Oracle Public Cloud (WebLogic as a Service) – I have taken  you on a introductory tour into JCS. That article describes how to get going – how to provision a JCS instance – associated with an instance in DBaaS and with backup set up with Storage CS.

In the article you are currently reading, I show you how to use this instance for deploying a Java EE application onto – and subsequently invoking that application.

Since the same consoles are available to us with JCS as with on premises WLS, we can perform an application deployment in the same way from the console by uploading a WAR or EAR file as we can do on premises. I tried my hand at a fairly large application – without any Java EE dependencies (no EJB, JMS or JDBC data source requirements): the ADF Faces Rich Client components Demo application – available from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/adf/downloads/index.html . The downloaded file is about 105 MB. The subsequent deployment of this file to JCS fails: the step takes quite long – because 105 MB have to be uploaded again, from my laptop into the Oracle Public Cloud. This console could be extended by Oracle perhaps to also offer to upload directly from a URL. On three attempts, after about three minutes into the upload, the deployment process fails. Either on the JCS end or in the browser to server communication is a problem. I am not sure what it is caused by. For now, I will simply try my hand at a smaller WAR.

Plan B or Take Two at deploying a Java EE application

Instead of looking around for a suitable ready to deploy WAR file, it is probably even more rewarding to quickly develop a Java EE application, build it as a WAR file and deploy it to my new JCS instance. Using JDeveloper, I quickly whip up a JAX-WS application: a simple Java Class that with some JAX-WS applications is turned to a SOAP Web Service (by right clicking the Class and selecting the option Create Web Service):

The functionality of this service should be fairly obvious from the code. The WSDL that the derived service exposes can be previewed in JDeveloper:

Deployment of the service can be done from the project navigator: right click on the ViewController project: Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Apr 27, 2016

Getting started with Java Cloud Service on the Oracle Public Cloud (WebLogic as a Service) by Lucas Jellema

clip_image002The Java Cloud Service (JCS) in the Oracle Public Cloud allows me to deploy Java EE applications such as JAX-RS and JAX-WS REST and SOAP Web Services, Servlet | JSP | JSF Web Applications, EJB and JMS artifacts and ADF applications to the public cloud and make them accessible to developers, testers and end users anywhere in the world. For components to be deployed to the JCS – I have to do nothing special (!) during development or deployment: anything that runs on premises will run in JCS.

In this article, I will describe some of my initial experiences with JCS: what did I have to do to get going the first time – from having nothing more but a (trial) subscription to JCS to deploying and running my first Java EE application on JCS. I thought this would be a very long article with a large number of tips and tricks and with deeply technical steps. I felt some reluctance to even get going – feeling a little daunted by a new world full of new terminology. As it turned out – this is not a long article and it certainly does not contain a lot of tips. My initial reluctance was misplaced. JCS is just WebLogic – hosted on a different machine than my laptop and with a different provisioning interface. The amount of cloud terminology is limited (cloud account, identity domain, service instance is probably the bulk of it – along with simple tooling: dashboard, service console). JCS builds on three other Oracle Public Cloud Services that we need to be aware of: DBaaS (Database), Compute Cloud Service and Storage Cloud Service.

You do not need guidance from me for all the steps you need to go through. I worked with an excellent tutorial on Oracle Help Center – Getting Started with Oracle Java Cloud Service – and I heartily recommend you do the same.

The steps (described in this tutorial) that you need to go through in order to have your first Java EE application running are:

  • (do: 5 minutes | then wait: days up to months) Get a [Trial] Subscription to the Oracle Java Cloud Service – for your Oracle account (the same one you use for OTN and any other interaction with Oracle); an Oracle Java Cloud Service trial environment or purchased subscription comes with Oracle IaaS Public Cloud Services, which provides you access to Storage CS and Compute CS – both of which underpin the JCS instance;
    Note: Database Cloud Service is a prerequisite of Java Cloud Service and is priced separately. When you request provisioning of an instance of JCS, you need to specify the DBaaS instance that it should make use of.  Read my previous article on DBaaS to get going with the Oracle Database as a Service offering and prepare a database instance.
  • (do: 5 minutes) Associate the [trial]subscription with an existing or a new Oracle Public Cloud account (and thereby to an identity domain)
  • (do: 5 minutes) Generate SSH keys (you can reuse the SSH key pair you may already have created to get going with Oracle DBaaS) Read the complete article here.

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Friday Apr 22, 2016

PaaS free trial accounts MCS and JCS

clip_image002As 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):

· Java 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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Monday Feb 15, 2016

Middleware Update February 2016

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

  • Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum – live streaming
  • Integration & Process Cloud Service Bootcamps
  • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast on-demand


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Wednesday Jan 20, 2016

Declarative Web User Interface Development by the Citizen Developer – Introducing the Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service by Lucas Jellema

clip_image002The Citizen Developer – also known as the Line of Business user – is the non-technical but still somewhat IT-savvy member of a business department. She may configure web surveys, create macros in Excel spreadsheets, perform complex data analysis or maintain a departmental web site. She does things that touch upon the responsibilities of the corporate IT department, probably knows some people in that department to consult with and she may want to do even more. Gartner identified the citizen developer a few years ago and Oracle has identified her as a persona it wants to cater for with the public cloud.

The Process Cloud Service allows the citizen developer to design, run and manage simple human workflows. Document Cloud Service and Social Network are available to share and collaborate on documents; they both are integrated with the Process Cloud Service. Simple SaaS-2-SaaS integrations can be configured with the Integration Cloud Service. With Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service, the citizen developer can play ‘data detective’ on data uploaded from Excel spreadsheets and with Oracle Big Data Discovery Cloud Service, some similar slice-and-dice actions can be done on big data stored on Hadoop.

Two cloud services allow the citizen developer to create an interactive application. The MCS (Mobile Cloud Service) provides the Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX for friends) feature that can be used to declaratively compose a MAF mobile app. The Application Builder Cloud Service (ABCS) allows our line of business user to develop a web application in a declarative manner. ABCS hosts the application, does access management, manages custom data objects and takes care of interactions with REST services. As Oracle puts it on https://cloud.oracle.com/ApplicationBuilder :” Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service enables business users with no previous programming experience to rapidly create web and mobile apps, minimizing dependence on IT departments and reducing infrastructure costs.” In order to create a new web application – hosted by ABCS – one has to go through the following steps: Read the complete article here.

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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


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