Thursday Sep 24, 2015

EMEA Partners: Oracle Cloud Platform: Development Workshop for Partners (JCS, DevCS, MCS)

The Oracle team is pleased to invite your java developers and consultants to a 5-days hands-on workshop on how to develop, deploy and manage Java applications on Oracle Cloud platform. Oracle will organize several 5-days Workshops between October 2015 - May 2016. We invite you to join the workshop InClass or Remotely (avoid travel time and travel costs by joining remotely).

These Invite-Only hands-on workshops will be delivered by Oracle Development at No-Fee to Partners. A workshop consists of live presentations, live demos, and hands-on laboratory exercises.This 5-day workshop will cover Oracle Java Cloud Service,  Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension, Oracle Developer Cloud Service and Oracle Mobile Cloud Service.

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Friday Sep 18, 2015

Partner Webcast – Developers Continuous Delivery Using Oracle PaaS Cloud Services

Cloud computing is now broadly accepted as an economical way to share a pool of configurable computing resources. Several companies plan to move key parts of their development workloads to public clouds to take advantage of rapid implementation options, dynamic scalability, and subscription-based pricing models.

Development teams are looking for agile and scalable ways to deliver applications, while business is looking for quicker turn around time on application development; hence the need for Continuous Delivery is introduced.

Oracle has a rich set of Oracle Cloud PaaS offerings that accommodate many different development scenarios.

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Thursday Apr 30, 2015

Partner Webcast – Oracle Mobile Application Framework 2.1: Update Overview

Oracle MAF examples

Oracle Mobile Application Framework (Oracle MAF) is a hybrid mobile framework that enables developers to rapidly develop single-source applications and deploy to both Apple's iOS and Google's Android platforms with the new User Interface Design System - Alta UI - that delivers elegant user interfaces for mobile and web applications to address customers' increased UI expectations.

Oracle MAF 2.1.1, released in January 2015, adds a few new features and includes bug fixes, while there is also a minor release Oracle MAF 2.1.2 made available in 28th of April.

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Sunday Oct 12, 2014

Partner Webcast Special Edition – Oracle Mobile Application Framework: Developer Challenge

Mobile technology has changed the way that we live and work. As mobile interfaces take the lion’s share of our attention it’s essential that we adapt them to our existing systems and tools.

How about Winning up to $6.000, simply developing a mobile application with Oracle Mobile Application Framework!?

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Thursday May 08, 2014

Oracle Development Tools for Windows & .NET

Oracle .NET

Interoperability between Oracle and Microsoft technologies around Oracle database support on Windows and with .NET application development have been substantial for years. The latest generation of the world’s most popular database has been designed for the Cloud with the new multitenant architecture and several other extensive enhancements and new features, including a new set of developer tools .

Oracle offers a complete and integrated set of application development and business intelligence tools that supports any development approach, any technology platform, and any operating system. With Oracle's extensive support, developers can take full advantage of all new features.
Amongst the new Developer Tools, .NET Development is fully supported through Oracle Data Access Components (ODAC) and specific Developer Tools for Visual Studio.

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Wednesday Jun 12, 2013

Oracle’s Mobile Platform: Enabling the Mobile Enterprise

Mobile phones are an integral part of daily life—people are using them to replace everything from cameras to cash registers, and increasingly, to access enterprise applications. As a result, IT shops face growing user pressure to get mobile applications up and running quickly. But at the same time, IT leaders want a consistent architecture that allows cross-channel development and deployment across all platforms—Web, mobile, and otherwise. 

With Oracle’s mobile platform, built on Oracle Fusion Middleware, companies can empower business users with modern business applications while still delivering choice and flexibility for IT in how they build, integrate, secure, and maintain their mobile infrastructure. The following are the three primary approaches used for building mobile applications today.[Read More]

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