Saturday Jul 04, 2015

Oracle Stream Explorer by Andreas Chatziantoniou

At the recent Oracle SOA Suite community forum in Budapest I had a hands-on experience with the Oracle Streams Explorer. Having worked with the Oracle Complex Event Processing and also some hands-on exercises with the new
Oracle Event Processing, the Oracle Streams Explorer is a very easy to handle and useful addition to the area of near-real-time data insight and analysis.
The user interface comes along in the new Oracle look-and-feel. You can select a number of areas like IOT, Risk and Fraud Management, Transportation and Logistics, Customer Experience and Analysis and Telecommunications.
Within that you get a number of predefined patterns and resources. Defining your own solution can therefore be based on an existing solution in your catalog or simply by combining input streams and defining filters on them.
Now plenty of examples can (and will) be named.
The essence for me - and this is a message that I will convey to customers - is the fact that by using Oracle Streams Explorer you can get a very tangible feeling of SOA environments.
A lot of data comes along, and you might want to be alerted when a certain event occurs. For example a RFID tag of a valuable item leaving the warehouse is something you want to know right away.
Put this into an HTTP Publisher or call a REST service that in effect sends out a notification to your smartphone will be a nice goodie for any logistics company. The beauty of the Oracle Streams Explorer
is the ease with which you can build such an application. Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Nov 22, 2011

Dutch ACEs SOA Partner Community Award Celebration

When you win you need to celebrate. This was the line of thinking when I found out that I was part of a group that won the Oracle SOA Community Country Award.

Well – thinking about a party is one thing, preparing it and finally having the small party is something completely different. It starts with finding a date that would be suitable for the majority of invited people. As you can imagine the SOA ACEs and ACE Directors have a busy life, that takes them places. Alongside that they are engaged with customers who want to squeeze every bit of knowledge out of them. So everybody is pretty busy (that’s what makes you an ACE).

After some deliberation (and checks of international Oracle events, Trip-it, blogs and tweets) a date was chosen. Meeting on a Friday evening for some drinks is probably not a Dutch-only activity. But as some of the ACEs are self-employed they miss the companies around them to organize such events. Come the day a turn-out of almost 50% was great – although I expected some more folks :-( . This was mainly due to some illness and work overload. Luckily the mini-party got going, (alcoholic) beverages were consumed, food was appreciated, a decent picture was made (see below) and all had a good chat and hopefully a good time.

(Above from left to right: Eric Elzinga, Andreas Chatziantoniou, Mike van Aalst, Edwin Biemond)

All in all a nice evening and certainly a "meeting" which can be repeated.  For the full article please visit Andreas's blog

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