As a reminder the Virtual Technology Summit content is highly technical demos, presentations and HOL prepared by both internal and external Oracle product experts. Below are the latest highlighted sessions from the replay library groups on community.oracle.com.
Now onto the bingeing....
The Pi on Wheels is an affordable open source DIY robot that is ideal for learning Java-related technologies in the context of the
Internet of Things. In this session we will talk about how 3D printing works and how it can be utilized to build robots. The most
fascinating aspect of 3D printing is that it is astonishingly easy to customize the robot. It allows you to build something completely
new and different. We provide a Java based IDE that allows you to control and program the robot. In addition to that it can be used
to programmatically design 3D geometries.
By Alex Barclay, Principal Product Manager, Solaris and Systems Security, Oracle
Learn and understand about the security threats to your public and private cloud and gain insight into how the Oracle Security
Architecture helps reduce risk. This webcast will provide detailed information on the top 20 cloud security threats and how different
parts of the Oracle systems stack help eliminate each threat.
By Christian Shay, Principal Product Director, Oracle
This session explores .NET coding and tuning best practices to achieve faster data access performance. It presents techniques
and trade-offs for optimizing connection pooling, caching, data fetching and updating, statement batching, and Oracle datatype
usage. We will also explore using Oracle Performance Analyzer from Visual Studio to tune a .NET application's use of the Oracle
Database end to end.
By Kent Graziano, Oracle ACE Director and Principal of Data Warrior
Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler (SDDM) has been around for a few years now and is up to version 4.1. It really is an industrial
strength data modeling tool that can be used for any data modeling task you need to tackle. This presentation will demonstrate at
least five features, tips, and tricks that I rely on to make me more efficient (and agile) in developing my models.
Get SDDM installed on your device and bring it to the session so you can follow along.
By Shukie Ganguly
WebLogic Server 12.1.3 provides support for innovative APIs and productive Tools for application development, including APIs for
JAX-RS 2.0, JSON Processing (JSR 353), WebSocket (JSR 356), and JPA 2.1. This session from the July 2015 OTN Virtual
Technology Summit provides an overview of each of these APIs, and then demonstrate how you can use these capabilities to
simplify the development of server applications accessed by "rich" clients using lightweight web-based protocols such as REST