By Cassandraclark-Oracle on Nov 30, 2015
Today we are featuring a session from each OTN Virtual Technology Summit Replay Group. See session titles and abstracts below. Watch right away and then join the group to interact with other community members and stay up to date on when NEW content is coming!
Best Practices for Migrating On-Premises Databases to the Cloud
By Leighton Nelson, Oracle ACE
Oracle Multitenant is helping organizations reduce IT costs by simplifying database consolidation, provisioning, upgrades, and more. Now you can combine the advantages of multitenant databases with the benefits of the cloud by leveraging Database as a Service (DBaaS). In this session, you’ll learn about key best practices for moving your databases from on-premises environments to the Oracle Database Cloud and back again.
What's New for Oracle and .NET - (Part 1)
By Alex Keh, Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle
With the release of ODAC 12c Release 4 and Oracle Database 12c, .NET developers have many more features to increase productivity and ease development. These sessions explore new features introduced in recent releases with code and tool demonstrations using Visual Studio 2015.
Docker for Java Developers
By Roland Huss, Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat
Docker, the OS-level visualization platform, takes the IT world by storm. In this session, we will see what features Docker has for us Java developers. It is now possible to create truly isolated, self-contained and robust integration tests in which external dependencies are realized as Docker containers. Docker also changes the way we ship applications in that we are not only deploying application artifacts like WARs or EARs but also their execution contexts. Besides elaborating on these concepts and more, this presentation will focus on how Docker can best be integrated into the Java build process by introducing a dedicated Docker Maven plugin which is shown in a live demo.
Debugging Weblogic Authentication
By Maarten Smeets, Senior Oracle SOA / ADF Developer, AMIS
Enterprises often centrally manage login information and group memberships (identity). Many systems use this information to achieve Single Sign On (SSO) functionality, for example. Surprisingly, access to the Weblogic Server Console is often not centrally managed. This video explains why centralizing management of these identities not only increases security, but can also reduce operational cost and even increase developer productivity. The video demonstrates several methods for debugging authentication using an external LDAP server in order to lower the bar to apply this pattern. This technically-oriented presentation will be especially useful for people working in operations who are responsible for managing Weblogic Servers.
Designing a Multi-Layered Security Strategy
By Glenn Brunette, Cybersecurity, Oracle Public Sector, Oracle
Security is a concern of every IT manager and it is clear that perimeter defense, trying to keep hackers out of your network, is not enough. At some point someone with bad intentions will penetrate your network and to prevent significant damage it is necessary to make sure there are multiple layers of defense. Hear about Oracle’s defense in depth for data centers including some new and unique security features built into the new SPARC M7 processor.