Wednesday Sep 25, 2013

WebLogic 12c Dynamic Clusters: Power of Simplicity and Elasticity

Oracle WebLogic Server cluster consists of multiple WebLogic Servers running simultaneously and working together. It provides increased scalability and reliability.

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c has an exiting new feature called Dynamic Clusters. WebLogic Server dynamic cluster contains multiple dynamic servers that is based on a single server template. This template contains the base configuration of the servers in a dynamic cluster and will be the basis for all the servers in the cluster so that each server does not need to be manually configured when expanding the cluster. You just specify the number of server instances on a peak load and let the Oracle Weblogic Server takes care of the rest.

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Tuesday Sep 24, 2013

Oracle Database 12c Free New Features

Customer’s needs today are unlimited since all the customers and their end users are looking forward to have the latest technology. They are already used to and they want to use it for business, anywhere at any time.This approach requires a modernization process aligned with the latest technology, also handling the explosion of data, the added security and performance requirements and so on. Modernization needs to start from the core, where the data are kept.

What is Driving Modernization?

Higher Management and in general the business owners are concerned with managing risk, controlling costs and focused on growth.  Hence the ability to deal with:

  • Increased Customer Expectation
  • Accelerated information growth
  • Business complexity

Database Consolidation and DBaaS are modernization solutions and allow IT to move away from being labeled as another Cost Center to becoming an important Business Enabler.

Let's review what Oracle Database 12c is offering assisting us to move forward to new offerings and more capabilities. 

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Sunday Sep 22, 2013

ADF Mobile: Programmatic invocation of REST XML service for non UTF-8 encoded data

Recently, during my work on some use case, where I was implementing REST service invocation in ADF Mobile application, I have meet with problems that REST Data Control on ADF Mobile currently does not support XML data in encoding other than UTF-8. The solution of this issue is using programmatic approach for REST XML Service invocation. The stages of this approach are the following...
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Thursday Sep 19, 2013

Partner Webcast – Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3: Architecture and Optimization - 03 Oct 2013

Month in the Life of an Oracle Exadata Admin Series Operations Workbook
Engineered systems can have a profound effect on improving your overall datacenter operations, but a thoughtful and planned integration will be critical for you to realize the performance and process improvements that engineered systems can bring. Knowing how to fully leverage new technologies, integrate these in your existing environment, and ensure you have the skills sets and governance necessary to make them successful isn't easy.


The Oracle Exadata Database Machine is a paradigm shift in database processing—one which is becoming more widely adopted. Drivers for moving to Exadata are improved performance and capacity, reduced cost of the storage, reduced server footprint, simplified high performance networking, and reduced Oracle software licensing. In addition, greatly improved business agility is a consequence of significantly reducing build, assemble, and deployment time. If multiple existing databases are being consolidated onto Exadata, administration and management costs are also positively impacted.

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Tuesday Sep 17, 2013

Sample of declarative components in ADF - Confirm Button

Oracle Application Development Framework

Very often we need to provide the same functionality in various places in our ADF application.Quite common example could be a confirmation dialog which needs to be displayed after pressing some buttons (e.g. for deleting rows in a table). Of course most of us know the recipe for that: af:button + af:popup + af:showPopupBehavior + backing bean method. In order to simplify our lives it would be nice to wrap those pieces in something which we could simply drop on the page once and configure only the necessary parts. That's the use case for ADF Declarative Components feature.

I have created a simple example (using the latest and greatest ADF 12c) of how to use declarative components to provide a new composite button with confirmation dialog.

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Friday Sep 13, 2013

Oracle Database Appliance X3-2 Feature Summary

Introducing Oracle Database Appliance X3-2Are you still thinking about taking advantage of the world's most popular database—Oracle Database—in a single, easy-to-deploy and manage system?

In May 2013, we’ve delivered a webast on the newly, then,  introduced ODA X3-2. As we discussed back then, the Oracle Database Appliance is a high availability clustered database system that includes software, servers, storage, and networking, all engineered to work together in a single box. We believe Oracle Database Appliance is a solution in a box that can really make a difference in delivering partner solutions and apparently Customers Worldwide experience Simplified Database Management with over 1,000 Appliances Deployed, Saving Organizations Time and Money. We will be guiding you, our partners, on how ODA can improve your solution with some feature posts over the next couple of weeks. 

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