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Building an FMW Cluster using Docker (Part III Running Docker Containers)

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Monday, March 13, 2017 | Fusion Middleware | Read More

Building an FMW Cluster using Docker (Part II Building Docker Images)

Click here for a Google Docs version of this document that doesn't suffer from the Oracle blog formatting problems   Oracle Fusion Middleware Deployments Using Docker Swarm Part II Overview This is the second in a series of blogs that describe how to build a Fusion Middleware (FMW) Cluster that runs as a number of Docker images that run in docker containers.  These containers are coordinated using Docker Swarm and can be deployed to a single host machine or multiple hosts.  This...

Saturday, January 21, 2017 | Fusion Middleware | Read More

Building an FMW Cluster using Docker (Part I Introduction)

Click here for a Google Docs version of this document that doesn't suffer from the Oracle blog formatting problems   Oracle Fusion Middleware Deployments Using Docker Swarm Part I Overview This is the first in a series of blogs that describe how to build a Fusion Middleware (FMW) Cluster that runs as a number of Docker images that run in docker containers.  These containers are coordinated using Docker Swarm and can be deployed to a single host machine or multiple hosts.  This...

Sunday, January 15, 2017 | Fusion Middleware | Read More

Not Just a Cache

Coherence as a Compute Grid Coherence is best known as a data grid, providing distributed caching with an ability to move processing to the data in the grid.  Less well known is the fact that Coherence also has the ability to function as a compute grid, distributing work across multiple servers in a cluster.  In this entry, which was co-written with my colleague Utkarsh Nadkarni, we will look at using Coherence as a compute grid through the use of the Work Manager API and...

Friday, March 28, 2014 | Fusion Middleware | Read More

Clustering Events

Setting up an Oracle Event Processing Cluster Recently I was working with Oracle Event Processing (OEP) and needed to set it up as part  of a high availability cluster.  OEP uses Coherence for quorum membership in an OEP cluster.  Because the solution used caching it was also necessary to include access to external Coherence nodes.  Input messages need to be duplicated across multiple OEP streams and so a JMS Topic adapter needed to be configured.  Finally only one copy of...

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 | Fusion Middleware | Read More

Postscript on Scripts

More Scripts for SOA Suite Over time I have evolved my startup scripts and thought it would be a good time to share them.  They are available for download here.  I have finally converted to using WLST, which has a number of advantages.  To me the biggest advantage is that the output and log files are automatically written to a consistent location in the domain directory or node manager directory.  In addition the WLST scripts wait for the component to start and then return,...

Friday, November 15, 2013 | Fusion Middleware | Read More