Saturday Apr 25, 2015

Oracle Database Mobile Server 12c (12.1.0.0.0) Released

Enterprise Mobility For Dummies Oracle Special Edition - freeBrand new Oracle Database Mobile Server 12.1.0.0.0, now available for download from OTN, is adding several new features including the use of Oracle NoSQL Database as the back end store and Mobile Device Management (MDM) for iOS.

Oracle Database Mobile Server is designed to keep whole networks of mobile and embedded/M2M devices securely in sync with an enterprise backend, enabling native applications utilizing local data to enjoy the best of both worlds: high performance, low latency UI as well as the numerous advantages of having all your data organized and available in a centralized location.

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Thursday Apr 09, 2015

Consuming web-services via secured connection with self-signed certificate from MAF application

Most common way to expose existing services from enterprise applications to mobile environment is using SOAP and REST (JSON, XML) services for consuming data. However before our solution usually goes to production we perform testing in development and test environments. In some cases these environments could use self-signed certificates for secured connection. For instance, if we deploy our service to WebLogic Server it could be self-signed certificate which is automatically generated during default domain creation and must be replaced with signed certificate in production environment. I would like to remind that self-signed certificate is an identity certificate that is signed by the same entity whose identity it certifies unlike signed certificate which is issued by trusted Certificate Authority (e.g. VeriSign, Comodo, Symantec etc.). Signed digital certificates are definitely mandatory, if you are going to do any commercial transactions and any other operations with privacy data in your solution.

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Tuesday Mar 31, 2015

Exploring data streams with Oracle Stream Explorer - part 2

Webcast: Oracle's Fast Data Solutions at Oracle OpenWorldIn part 1 of this blog entry we’ve seen how you can easily create a twitter stream with Oracle Stream Explorer, an add-on for Oracle Complex Event Processing, and feed data into it

In this second part we’ll overview how the stream can be explored.

Creating an Exploration

An exploration is a real-time insight over a data stream, which can be filtered and summarized over specific time window. And best of all, an exploration is also a stream at the same time – it can provide input to further explorations or provide output to targets (csv file, REST, JMS…).

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Friday Mar 20, 2015

Exploring data streams with Oracle Stream Explorer - part 1

Webcast: Fast Data-Turning High-Velocity Data into ValueOracle recently released Oracle Stream Explorer, an add-on for Oracle Complex Event Processing which simplifies rapid creation of event-driven applications for any type of Real Time business solution, enabling the Enterprise to now really immerse itself in next generation real time applications, with times to market of minutes rather than days or weeks.

In this blog I'll describe how it can be used to analyse twitter data on the fly.

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Monday Mar 02, 2015

Webcast - Oracle Database 12c High Availability New Features

High Availability OverviewOrganizations today are dependent on IT to run efficient operations, quickly analyze information and compete more effectively. Consequently, it is essential that their IT infrastructure and databases in particular, are continuously available; otherwise the cost of downtime will be measured in lost revenues, lost productivity and loss of customers and reputation.

Designed for the cloud, Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Multitenant enables customers to make more efficient use of their IT resources while continuing to improve their users’ service levels and reduce IT costs. Focused on this, Oracle Database 12c goes beyond the limitations of basic high availability architectures using redundant resources which can prove costly and fall short of availability service level expectations due to technological limitations, and complex integration, and inability to offer availability through planned maintenance.

Oracle Database 12c optimized High Availability technologies, as part of the Maximum Availability Architecture, offer an integrated product set and best practice blueprints to address the common causes on unforeseen and planned downtime that can be deployed at minimal cost.
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Saturday Feb 28, 2015

Even More Oracle Database Health Checks with ORAchk 12.1.0.2.1 and 12.1.0.2.3 (Beta)

As we have discussed before, it can be a challenge to quantify how well your database is meeting operational expectations and identify areas to improve performance. Database health checks are always important and the more critical your databases are they become even more important.

Oracle health check is now available as ORAchk version 12.1.0.2.1, with versioning aligned with and following the same format used by the Oracle 12c Database Patch Set Updates (PSUs), as always aiming in proactively scanning various layers of your stack.

In summary, ORAchk investigates and analyzes which known issues present a risk, generating high level reports that show your system health risks. It’s also now even easier to update ORAchk across multiple machines.aims to proactively scan for various layers of your stack.

New Features in 12.1.0.2.1 include  easier to stay up to date, Windows Support, Role separation and execute as Root, Faster Results & Enhanced Comparison with lots of newlly added checks and Custom Naming of reports.

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