Sunday Mar 15, 2015

Developing Applications with OEPE and Oracle Developer Cloud Service free Tutorial

clip_image002In this tutorial, you use Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse and Oracle Developer Cloud Service to build and deploy an application. The application is really just a shell that includes one Java web service and a single JSP page. The focus of this tutorial is less on creating an application and more on the interaction of OEPE and Oracle Developer Cloud Service. Once you see how to move code from OEPE into Oracle Developer Cloud Service, you will see how you can use Oracle Developer Cloud Service to manage your application development cycle. Oracle Developer Cloud Service provides a number of tools that help manage the application development lifecycle. Those tools include source control management, issue tracking, Hudson continuous integration, Wiki collaboration, code review tools, and deployment integration. Get the Tutorial here.

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Monday Mar 09, 2015

Get a free copy of “WebLogic Server 12c: Distinctive Recipes” by Frank Munz! – build a cloud application on Oracle Java Cloud Service


Our WebLogic Community has more than 1000 members and we continue to grow fast. Key is that you are trained and certified on WebLogic. In this week’s campaign we give away free “WebLogic Server 12c: Distinctive Recipes” books for an application running on Java Cloud Service (JCS).


Java Cloud Service offers dedicated virtual machines for running your entire WebLogic Server cluster. The environments are pre-configured WebLogic Server software, with your choice of the 11g or 12c version. We offer free online trainings and test accounts to support you:

Java Cloud Service (JCS)

Java Cloud Service Product Tour

Creating an Java Cloud Service Instance

clip_image002Deploying an Application to an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

Deploy an application to an Oracle Java Cloud Service – SaaS Extension

Java Cloud Service: Product Tour – free on-demand training

Java Cloud Service – SaaS Extension

Java Cloud – free test & demo accounts!

Create RESTful Services and deploy to Oracle Java Cloud Service with Netbeans


Contest begins March 9th and contest ends March 14th 2015


To win one of 10WebLogic Server 12c: Distinctive Recipes” books write a blog post about the Java Cloud Application you have created (including a screenshot of your Cloud Application running on JCS) and send us the link to your blog post via Twitter #WebLogicCommunity or write a comment here on the blog!

Winners: First 10 persons who send us a link to their blog posts with a screenshot of your Java Cloud Application will receive a book.


Note: We can only ship the book to winners in Europe, Middle East and Africa!

Note: In case you win one of the books we ask you to write a book review on Amazon.com

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Thursday Feb 26, 2015

Weblogic LDAPAuthenticator configuration; the GUID Attribute by Maarten Smeets

clip_image001LDAP servers can be configured to use as authenticator in Weblogic Server. In order to efficiently use an LDAP server, it must be possible to uniquely identify LDAP objects. GUID (global universal identifier) attributes can be used as unique identifier for an LDAP object. There are several specific and some more generic LDAP authentication providers available for Weblogic Server. The specific authentication providers have default GUID (global universal identifier) attributes (see here at ‘Use of GUID and LDAP DN Data in WebLogic Principals’). When using the generic Weblogic Server LDAPAuthenticator, there is no default GUID attribute. In order for LDAP caching to work and to allow browsing of group memberships for users, the GUID attribute needs to be defined. The entryUUID is a good candidate for this since every LDAP server should support it. See RFC 4530. Also see here.

In my example, I’ve used the user ‘maarten’ to authenticate myself with when logging into Weblogic Server. The user ‘maarten’ is member of the groups Administrators and DummyGroup. The debug information was acquired by setting the DebugSecurityAtn flag as described here. Weblogic Server 12.1.3.0.0 was used and ApacheDS 2.0.0 as LDAP server. For the configuration of ApacheDS/Weblogic Server, I’ve used the following: http://technology.amis.nl/2014/08/03/ldap-weblogic-using-apacheds-authentication-provider/.

GUID Attribute set to entryUUID

In the below example, the GUID attribute is set to ‘entryUUID’. As you can see, the GUID is correctly determined and there where no errors during authentication. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Feb 18, 2015

Java Cloud & Developer Cloud Service

clip_image002Java Cloud Service and Developer Cloud Service are available for your test! Let us know when your fist application is running! At our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) we posted the latest cloud material:

o Solution Brief: Java Cloud Service - PDF

For more information please use the cloud tag at our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required).

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Tuesday Jan 13, 2015

Getting to Know the Oracle Developer Cloud Service by W Brian Leonard

clip_image002Oracle Developer Cloud Service is included as a free entitlement with Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Messaging Cloud Service. The Developer Cloud Service includes all the tools you need to support the team development lifecycle. There are popular open source tools such as Git, Maven and Hudson. There's also task management, code reviews and a wiki.

The easiest way to experience the Oracle Developer Cloud Service is through a trial of the Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension (click the "Try It" button).

In this article I will introduce the Developer Cloud Service by using Maven to create a new web application, Git to manage the application source and Hudson to build and deploy my application to the Java Cloud Service.

Prerequisites

If you plan to follow along, this tutorial also assumes you already have Maven and Git installed. I will be using the Git Console from my desktop to interface with the Developer Cloud Service. The tutorial also assumes, of course, that you have access to the Developer Cloud Service!

Create a New Project

As a first step, log into the Developer Cloud Service and create a new project. Read the complete article here. & Watch the online training Developer Cloud Service: Git Integration with Oracle JDeveloper

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Monday Sep 22, 2014

WebLogic As a Service by C2B2

C2B2’s WebLogic As a Service GCloud offering gives you a fully supported; fully managed WebLogic 11g or WebLogic 12c instance on the Amazon EC2 cloud.

We provide you with full administration access to your WebLogic instance to deploy any applications you wish. We provide full 24/7 operational support for your WebLogic instance and application helping you with triage, diagnosis and fix of production issues which are impacting your service. We can provide you with a single WebLogic for development purposes, a dual node cluster for High Availability or clusters of larger size for more demanding applications.

WebLogic provides a complete Java EE5 or JavaEE6 environment for deploying your Java EE applications.
WebLogic As a Service is suitable for on-demand development environments; test environments and fully highly available production deployments. It is especially suitable for organisations that have Java EE applications to deploy and don’t have the WebLogic administration and operational support experience in-house. Our WebLogic As a Service offering is deployed to the Amazon EC2 public cloud hosted in Ireland and fully managed by C2B2 an Amazon AWS Partner.

Key Features:

  • 24/7 Incident Support via Web/eMail/Remote/Screen Sharing
  • Multiple WebLogic instance sizes to choose from
  • Managed Operating System and WebLogic patching
  • Full Administration Access to the WebLogic Console
  • Full deployment access to WebLogic
  • WLST access
  • Optional separate domain controller
  • Clustered Option across multiple availability zones for high availability
  • Large clusters supported
  • Various Database options if required

Get more details here.

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Thursday Jun 14, 2012

Fusion Middleware Summer Camps - advanced partner trainings

For Specialized partners who are working on following projects & opportunities, we offer these advanced summer camps:

  • BPM Suite 11
  • ADF 11g
  • WebCenter Portal
  • WebLogic 12c
  • SOA Suite 11g
  • ADF for BPM Suite 11
  • WebCenter Sites 11g

All training sessions will be from HQ product management and our PTS team. The sessions will take place in July in Lisbon Portugal and Munich Germany. . Participation is limited to two people per company and bootcamp. Registration is handled by first come first serve, please pay attention to the skill requirements, the pre-requisitions and the follow up! We will not accept people onto the training who do not match the criteria!

Lisbon: Monday, July 9th 11:00AM - Friday July 13th 16:00 PM (Lisbon time)

Munich: Monday, July 16th 11:00 AM - Wednesday July 18th 16:00 PM (CET)

Cost: Free of charge, cancelation or no-show fee 2.000€.

Bootcamps are limited to 20 persons first come first serve. For details and registration please visit Lisbon registration page: & Munich registration page

Quotes summer camps 2011

  • “From zero to hero with this BPM workshop" Steven Boon, Ordina.
  • “This is the training that prepares for real projects and POCs"Jon Petter Hjulstad, eVita - blog & twitter

Impressions summer camps 2011

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Wednesday Jun 06, 2012

WebLogic Advisor WebCasts on-demand

The Oracle Support team has made several recordings for WebLogic experts. To see the recordings, you need to get access to support.oracle.com. If you need your Support ID please contact OPN PBC.

Title

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Troubleshooting Oracle WebLogic Server JMS

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PDF

Troubleshooting Oracle Weblogic Server Hangs

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PDF

How to plan for a new installation of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g

Download/Playback

PDF

For more information please follow and contact our Support team:

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Tuesday May 15, 2012

Java Message Service with Java and Spring Framework on Oracle WebLogic–Webcast May 15th 2012

May 15, 2012 at 10:00 AM PDT / 1:00PM EDT
As a developer, you can use Java Message Service (JMS) to provide loosely coupled communication between Java applications that is guaranteed, ordered, and secure. Learn more about the benefits of JMS during this Webcast.

The key topics will be covered on how to build a:

  • Message-Driven POJO (MDP) with Spring
  • Message-Driven Bean

In addition, the Webcast will examine Spring MDP, Oracle WebLogic Server high-level JMS features, and Oracle WebLogic Server 12c enhancements. Register for this Webcast today.
Speaker: Jeffrey West

Details and registrations

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