Friday Jan 22, 2016

Partner Webcast – Implementing Microservices Architecture Using Oracle Fusion Middleware

OFMmicroservicesIn IT circles mobile, big data, and the Internet of Things (IoT) continue to draw lots of attention. But each of those trends had a beginning—a point at which what was a flat line on a trend graph began an upward climb. The topic of microservices began its ascension late in 2013, and although it remains a mere undercurrent in the overall IT conversation, that current appears to be gaining momentum.

The microservices architecture pattern is a rising star in modern IT industry.

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Friday Jul 03, 2015

Oracle ADF Security Best Practices

In the past few months I have been getting this question, 

What are the best practices for Oracle ADF Security?

Oracle ADF Security is built on top of the Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) architecture which is the underlying security platform that provides security to Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Lets discover together some of the best practices for implementing security on your ADF projects.

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Friday Feb 06, 2015

Partner Webcast – Enterprise Mobility: Remote Data Synchronization in Oracle Mobile Application Framework

Oracle Enterprise Mobility

Digital disruption –  you have probably heard this concept quite many times recently and this is for a reason. Disruption means changing old ways of doing things, especially in business. Many enterprises (or at least their CIOs) found themselves lingering between the fears of losing control and being left behind the competition and hopes for substantially improving the way the company does its business. Enterprise Mobility is the area where both the hopes and fears rise particularly high, making the decision really hard without support from software vendors, who can provide technology, experience and confidence in taking the next big step.

Oracle’s Mobile Application Framework (MAF) is one of those technologies which can make it easier to leverage apparently infinite potentials of enterprise mobility.

In this webcast we would like to focus on one particular challenge you usually encounter when you build your enterprise mobile solution: data synchronization. 

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Monday Sep 29, 2014

Partner Webcast – Oracle NoSQL key-value database

White Papers: Top Reasons for Using Oracle NoSQL Database to Build Next-Generation Applications

The Oracle NoSQL Database is a horizontally scaled, Key-Value database for Web Services and Cloud, designed specifically to provide highly reliable, scalable and available data storage across a configurable set of systems that function as storage nodes. Oracle NoSQL Database provides a powerful and flexible transaction model that greatly simplifies the process of developing a NoSQL-based application. It scales horizontally with high availability and transparent load balancing even when dynamically adding new capacity.

With Big Data becoming the biggest thing in IT since the internet itself, developers everywhere are focused on applications to accelerate businesses. 

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Monday Sep 01, 2014

Webcast - Oracle Multitenant Option

Designing the Database Cloud - A Webcast for ArchitectsOn their road to adoption of Oracle Database 12c, many are considering the Multitenant Database Architecture, where a multitenant container database can hold many pluggable databases, enabling easier consolidation of multiple databases, without changes in applications.

This new architecture delivers all the benefits of managing many databases as one, yet retains the isolation and resource prioritization of separate databases.  [Read More]

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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