Bootcamps at OFM Summer Camps 2014
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  Hands- on Bootcamps
 
You can only choose 1 workshop which runs for 5 days. The Bootcamps are limited to 20 persons. Bootcamps are limited to two persons per company, additional registration will be added to the waiting list. Seats are granted by first come first serve. If you use a non-company e-mail and do not highlight your current middleware projects we will add you to the Bootcamp waiting list and confirm you last minute. . The goal of these workshops is to prepare you for customer implementations and to become a certified implementation specialist.

SOA Suite 12c Bootcamp

Trainer: Yogesh Sontakke, Principal Product Manager
Agenda Highlights:
As our customers start looking at new trends such as Cloud and Mobile, Integration becomes increasingly important for their businesses and continues to be at the heart of our Fusion Middleware solution. Time and again, Application Integration has proven to make businesses more agile, save costs and provide a robust, future-proof architecture for complex enterprise systems.

SOA 12c brings exciting new features around the key themes of Developer Productivity and Industrial SOA. These new features (including a brand new product addition!) demonstrate why SOA is important to include in customer conversations and solutions around Cloud, Mobile, Fast Data and, of course, Application Integration.

Topics to be covered during the workshop include Developer Productivity, Industrial SOA, Application Integration, Cloud Integration, Mobile Enablement, Managed File Transfer, B2B and Fast Data.

Skill Requirements:
Attendees must have the following skills to make sure they get the most out of the training:

Technical Requirements:
Every participant works on his/her own laptop. The minimal hardware requirements are:

  • Laptop 8 GB RAM better 12 GB RAM
  • Pentium 4 with dual-core CPU
  • Minimum 60 GB free disk space
  • Please install the most recent Oracle Virtual box
  • Make sure you have administrator rights on your machine Yogesh

Yogesh Sontakke is a Principal Product Manager in the Oracle Fusion Middleware group at Oracle Corporation, specializing in Oracle’s Integration offerings - Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Data Integration Solutions, in the EMEA region. Prior to joining Oracle SOA Suite product management team, Yogesh worked as a Product Manager for SOA Governance and in various pre and post-sales roles. Yogesh has over 10 years of experience in developing, designing, integrating and enabling technology to be a key driver in businesses. Yogesh is based in the UK, and enjoys engaging extensively with our customers and partners across Europe, Middle East and Africa

BPM Suite 12c hands-on Bootcamp

Trainer: Prasen Palvankar, Director Product Management
Agenda Highlights

  • BPM Suite 12c new features
  • Adaptive Case Management 12c
  • BAM 12c

Skill Requirements:

Attendees must have the following skills to make sure they get the most out of the training:

Technical Requirements:
Every participant works on his/her own laptop. The minimal hardware requirements are:

  • Laptop 8 GB RAM better 12 GB RAM
  • Pentium 4 with dual-core CPU
  • Minimum 60 GB free disk space
  • Please install the most recent Oracle Virtual box
  • Make sure you have administrator rights on your machine

Prasen

Prasen Palvankar Management and Oracle BAM product definition and strategy. In addition to expertise in BPM Suite, he also has extensive experience with Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle ADF and Webcenter Suite. In his 16 years at Oracle, he has handled multiple roles in Consulting and product management. He is the author of two books covering SOA and BPM.

 

Mobile Application Framework Hackathon: Bring Your Own Example (BYOE)

Training abstract
Agenda Highlights:
The mobile application market evolves quickly and so does the Oracle development framework for building on-device mobile applications for iOS and Android. The Oracle Fusion Middleware Summer Camp BYOE mobile hackathon teaches mobile application development by example; your example. To attend, all you need is a laptop and a mobile challenge or example use case to work on in a team or on your own. If you don't have a problem or use case to share, you can select a challenge from provided use cases like database file up- and download, camera picture transfers, or a CRUD example based on a custom SOAP or REST Service. The BYOE hackathon is a unique Product Management lead hands-on workshop that gets you involved in mobile talks, coding and discussions. The training is scheduled for 4 days of which 50% are free-style hands-on. The presenter style parts of the training will teach all you need to know get ready to write mobile applications as well as an overview of new mobile features in Oracle JDeveloper 12.1.3

Target group:
The training is for mobile application development beginners and intermediate skilled developers. Beginners that have not yet tried mobile application development in JDeveloper 11.1.2.4 or JDeveloper 12.1.3 learn to use the product and to deploy applications to a simulator or to a mobile iOS or Android device (you need to bring your own device for this). Intermediate skilled mobile developers learn about new mobile features in JDeveloper 12.1.3 and work on a more advanced coding practice (make sure your use case meets that requirement)

Agenda:
The training is scheduled for 4 days, starting Monday August 4th at 11 am and ending on Thursday 7th August at 5 or 6 pm. The first day is a quick start to mobile application development in Oracle JDeveloper 12.1.3 for beginners to learn about concept, structures and techniques that enable them to get started developing their own mobile application. At the end of Monday, development teams are defined and use cases are discussed and selected for the teams to work on so that coding can start on the day after. Tuesday morning starts with training presentations before the afternoon is reserved for the first coding sprint of yours. Sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each end with status feedback of the individual teams and a sharing of lessons learned. Open issues and topics are noted for addressing the next day. Wednesday starts with a quick presenter addressing of open topics before the second development sprint starts for the rest of the day. Thursday again starts with a quick presenter addressing before you finish your development projects in the 3rd development sprint. By this time, all samples should be working on the simulator and for those that are not specific to a company or project we should share copies for everyone to take home. Thursday afternoon is presenter driven covering new features and other interesting mobile development topics.

Hardware - Pre-requisites
You should bring a laptop (Windows or MAC with min. 8 GB RAM) with JDeveloper 12.1.3 installed. If JDeveloper is not available on OTN by August, the software will be provided by Product Management for the event. If you come with a MAC, ensure you installed XCode 5. For Windows, download and install the Android SDK (http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html?hl=sk). To test and try mobile applications on Android, bring the USB cable for your Android device too. Attendees who want to deploy mobile applications to an iOS device require an Apple developer license, which can be an individual or enterprise license (https://developer.apple.com/)

Not to make the success of the hackathon dependent on any infrastructure availability other than Internet, please make sure your laptop has a database and web server (WLS or similar) installed if you want to explore working with server side data in your mobile applications. Especially when you work with a MAC, installing a database requires to first install a Virtual Box image. You find instructions and software to download at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/enterprise-edition/databaseappdev-vm-161299.html. For the database, ensure the Oracle HR sample schema to be unlocked unless you have a custom database schema you want to use for the hands-on.

Note: If you have your own Java and database cloud service account or test-account then you should be able to use this as well for querying your remote data web services, releasing you from having a local web server and database.

Skill Pre-Requisites
While we don't assume knowledge of the Oracle mobile development framework, Objective C or Android, or Oracle ADF, we need you to have Java development experience, as well as experience with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. To be able to build and deploy mobile applications, you don't need to be an expert in all of these, but mid-level skills on your end will simplify our job in assisting you during the hackathon.

Note
Additional pre-requisites and a list of topics covered in the presenter parts are provided to a later point in time for registered attendees.

Presenter profiles frank

Frank Nimphius is a Senior Principal Product Manager in the Oracle Development and Mobility Tools organization. As part of his outbound product management role at Oracle and 15+ years with Oracle, Franks develops internal and external customer trainings, authors and reviews books, articles and whitepapers in addition to being a point of contact for customers and Oracle internal groups for mobile and Oracle ADF.

Grant

Grant Ronald is Director of Product Management for Oracle Development and Mobility Tools and manages a team of product managers that are responsible for training internal and external customers eithe r in-class or by collateral and video production. Going beyond the collateral efforts, Grant's team is the SWAT group in product management that handle customer interaction as well as evangelizing Oracle development tools at various user groups around the globe. Grant is a well known author and reviewer of Oracle ADF books, papers and magazine articles as for Oracle Magazine and the UKOUG magazine.

Mireille

 

Mireille Duroussaud is Senior Principal Product Manager in the Oracle Platform Technology Solutions–FMW organization. As part of the PTS team for 20 years, Mireille contributes to enable partners to rapidly and successfully adopt and implement Oracle Middleware Technology, by animating technical workshops on following product areas: Oracle Forms, ADF, Mobile Suite and MAF integration with Oracle FMW technologies


Internet of Things (IoT) Hackathon: Bring Your Own Example (BYOE)

Trainer: to be confirmed
Agenda Highlights:
Bring your own IoT use case & demo & extend the IoT platforms with new sensors and adaptors! The Oracle Fusion Middleware Summer Camp BYOE IoT hackathon teaches an IoT use case by example; your example. To attend, all you need is a laptop and IoT equipment and example use case to work on in a team or on your own. If you don't have a problem or use case to share, you can select a challenge from provided use IoT service use case based on a temperature alert. The BYOE hackathon is a unique hands-on workshop that gets you involved in mobile talks, coding and discussions. The training is scheduled with 50% are free-style hands-on. The presenter style parts of the training will teach all you need to know get ready to build your IoT use case

  • Introductions, Workshop
  • Oracle Internet of Things Platform Overview
  • Overview of Business Context
  • Setting up device, gateway & server
  • Oracle Event Processing Overview & Demo
  • Real-time Analysis with Oracle Event Processing
  • Oracle BPM Suite Overview & Demo
  • Process Orchestration with Oracle BPM Suite
  • Monitoring & Management with Oracle ADF Mobile App
  • End to End Demo
  • Wrap-up, Feedback and Q&A

Skill Requirements:
Attendees need to have the following skills as this is required by the product-set and to make sure they get the most out of the training:

  • Basic knowledge in Oracle Fusion Middleware including: WebLogic, SOA Suite, BPM Suite and JDeveloper

Technical Requirements: