By valeriesimpson-Oracle on Apr 03, 2015
The Oracle Technology Network (OTN) is excited to invite you to the next Virtual Technology Summit coming in May
As always, this free online event offers four technical tracks, each with a unique focus on specific tools, technologies, and tips:
- Java: 20 Year Anniversary!
Java technologies are celebrating 20 years of innovation delivering the next generation of application development. Integrate Java Embedded with vehicles, optimize Java EE applications, and discover how parallel programming with Java is the new norm.
- Database: Delivering on Big Data Promise and New Generation Application Development
Oracle Database 12c delivers market-leading security, high performance, availability and scalability for OLTP, data warehousing and big data deployments. Join us to explore the Big Data strategy and learn the latest capabilities of popular application development tools and technologies including APEX, PL/SQL tips, node.js and restful data services.
- Middleware: Spotlight on Service-Oriented Architecture and Oracle SOA Suite 12c
The Middleware Track for the next Oracle Technology Network Virtual Technology Summit puts the spotlight on service-oriented architecture and Oracle SOA Suite 12c. which includes new features to help increase developer productivity. Each of the deeply technical how-to sessions in this track focus on a different aspect of Oracle SOA Suite 12c. Other technologies covered in these sessions include Oracle Service Bus, Event Processing, StreamExplorer, API Catalog, API Manager and more.
- Operating Systems, Virtualization Technologies, and Hardware: Oracle Linux application optimization for Oracle stack
The main benefits of deploying Oracle Linux are its optimizations for the Oracle stack and the newer capabilities such as Docker that you can access long before they are released in the major Red Hat distributions. Did you know, however, that you can also optimize your applications to run better on the Oracle stack using Oracle Solaris Studio? In spite of the name, it is designed to help your Oracle Linux applications take advantage of performance, security, and reliability advances across the entire Oracle stack, particularly Oracle Database. The first two sessions will show you how to migrate from Red Hat Linux to Oracle Linux and give you an overview of the Oracle Solaris Studio IDE capabilities. And just in case you'd like to practice a little, the third session will show some advanced techniques for deploying applications using Oracle Virtual Box.