Sunday Feb 19, 2017

Process Cloud Service –> Quickstart apps by Niall Commiskey

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Nice feature this...
As the docs says -
Choose a QuickStart App to quickly create an application and learn about Process Cloud Service. QuickStart Apps include all the implementation details needed to play and deploy them. Use these applications as a ready-to-use application to deploy or as a starting point to adapt by making changes such as editing task titles, modifying the web form, or adding new task actions. Read the complete article here.

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Saturday Feb 18, 2017

Process Cloud Service – Web Form Design Approaches by Antonis Antoniou

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Oracle Process Cloud Service uses a standards-based technology called "Web Forms" for defining the user interface in business processes. It's based on standards such as XHTML, CSS and JavaScript and allows business analysts and developers to create an end-user interface by just using the browser.
There are three approaches that can be employed when designing web forms:
Form-First: You can follow a "Form-First" approach where you create the form first before any data elements are defined and you let PCS by just drag and dropping components from the component palette to the page. Oracle PCS will automatically generate the schema that defines the data required by the web form.

The schema that is automatically generated by Oracle PCS is based on the web form controls added to the web form and can be located under "Business Types" section.

When you assign the web form to a human task activity, the schema generated by Oracle PCS will automatically be used to define the human task data structure.
Data-First: A data-first approach implies a bottom-up approach where you create a web form based on data sources or business objects by just drag and dropping the objects on the form to create controls.

Oracle Process Cloud Service uses a standards-based technology called "Web Forms" for defining the user interface in business processes. It's based on standards such as XHTML, CSS and JavaScript and allows business analysts and developers to create an end-user interface by just using the browser.
There are three approaches that can be employed when designing web forms:
Form-First: You can follow a "Form-First" approach where you create the form first before any data elements are defined and you let PCS by just drag and dropping components from the component palette to the page. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Feb 17, 2017

Oracle Cloud Platform Test Drive March 8th 2017 Oslo Norway

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Invitasjon til Hands-On PaaS og IaaS Workshop

imageOracle og Sysco inviterer til Cloud Test Drive: PaaS og IaaS hands-on workshop. Vi tror på bedre læring ved å prøve ut  tjenestene i praksis, og har plukket ut en knippe tjenester som er relevante innenfor integrasjon, prosess, Java og mobil.

Seminaret passer for alle, og kanskje ekstra godt for arkitekter og de på forretningssiden som ønskerå få et godt overblikk. Ingen ekspertise eller erfaring kreves – ta med egen PC.

Vi har valgt ut tjenestene Integration Cloud, Process Cloud, Mobile Cloud, Java Cloud og Compute Cloud. Dere vil også få en demonstrasjon av den kommende API Platform Cloud - hvor Oracle har mye spennende på gang etter  oppkjøpet av Apiary.

Seminaret er lagt til dagen før OUGN konferansen – vi ønsker å tilby en hel dag til å prøve ut disse tjenestene - og man trenger en rask og stabil internettforbindelse. Dette blir en  perfekt oppladning til konferansen.

For details please visit the registration page here.

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Thursday Feb 16, 2017

IoT Cloud Service Real Time Analytics: From Sensor Data to Business Value by Luc Bors

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This session will show you how to use Oracle IoT Cloud Service for Real Time Analytics. You'll learn how to connect devices to the IoT Cloud Service and how to display sensor data from those devices in a web application. You'll also learn how to use the stream explorer analytics capability of IoT Cloud Service to analyze the data that is retrieved from devices connected to Oracle IoT Cloud Service, including how to implement stream exploration and how to add filtering. Finally, you will learn how to publish the analyzed stream and show the results in a web application. Watch the free on-demand training here.

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Oracle Cloud Platform Test Drive March 22nd in Madrid and March 23rd in Barcelona

Avanttic - Oracle Cloud Plarform Test Drive (Madrid, 22-03-17 - Barcelona, 23-03-17)

Evento: Hands-on para explorar los nuevos servicios de Oracle en la nube

El Cloud ha llegado para quedarse y sabemos que su departamento de IT escogerá la manera más óptima de acceder a él. Nuestro objetivo es enseñarle cómo combinar las tecnologías on-premise con herramientas nacidas en Cloud, para conseguir una arquitectura híbrida que le proporcione lo mejor de ambos mundos.

Por este motivo avanttic y Oracle hemos organizado una sesión práctica, a través de la cual tendrá acceso a varios de los Servicios Cloud del PaaS de Oracle y dónde expertos profesionales le guiarán en esta inmersión en el cloud: definiendo procesos, configurando integraciones y desplegando aplicaciones.

Los escenarios propuestos no serán complejos y no se precisa experiencia previa. Utilizando su propio portátil podrá conocer cada servicio y cómo encajan en un ecosistema moderno e híbrido.

¡Le invitamos a disfrutar de esta experiencia o a compartir esta invitación con alguien del equipo de arquitectura o de desarrollo de su organización!

Avanttic - Oracle Cloud Plarform Test Drive (Madrid, 22-03-17) Madrid Miércoles, 22 Marzo 2017

Avanttic - Oracle Cloud Plarform Test Drive (Barcelona, 23-03-17) Barcelona Jueves, 23 Marzo 2017

For details please visit the registration page here.

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Wednesday Feb 15, 2017

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Tuesday Feb 14, 2017

FMW SOA Monitoring Module is released. (Supports 11g and 12c)

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WLSDM SOA Monitoring, Diagnostics & Report Modules

  • SOA Smart Dashboards
    • Monitoring BPEL Engine (Only 11g)
    • BPEL Engine Dashboard (Historical – Only 11g)
    • Monitoring Composite Performance
    • Monitoring Callback and Invoke
    • Monitoring Composite Faults
    • Monitoring Deployed Composites Trend
    • Summarizing Composite List & Endpoint URIs
  • SOA Notifications and Alarms
    • BPEL Engine Notifications
    • Composite Performance Notifications
    • Callback and Invoke (DLV_MESSAGE) Notifications
    • Composite Faults and Errors Notifications
  • SOA Reports
    • Reporting SOA BPEL Engine
    • Reporting SOA Composite Performance
    • Reporting SOA Callback and Invoke (DLV_MESSAGE)
    • Reporting SOA Composite Faults and Errors

Get WLSDM here.

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Deploying Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Projects with Configuration Files in FlexDeploy by Greg Draheim

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OSB Configuration files allow the developer to manage environment specific values during deployment.  FlexDeploy supports the use of these configuration files and extends them to using tokens in the configuration file that will get replaced with configured properties from FlexDeploy.   This way we do not need to generate a customization file for every environment where we are going to deploy the project.  We can have one configuration file that will work across environments.

My example is built using JDeveloper and SOA 12.2.1.  I have an OSB project named ValidatePayment that is acting as a proxy service for a SOA service:

The ValidateBS when I run locally, refers to localhost:

When I deploy this to our shared development environment, I want to replace http://localhost.flexagon:7001/ with http://soalt05.flexagon:7001/.  When I deploy to production, I want the URL to be http://soa.flexagon.com/.  To accomplish this I add a property to my OSB Deploy workflow in FlexDeploy.  First, I will show the full workflow for the OSB deploy.  Since FlexDeploy has smart plugins, the deploy workflow is a simple 1 step process to import the OSB project: Read the complete article here.

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Monday Feb 13, 2017

Converting ADLs to implement end to end JSON in SOA Suite 12.2.1 -PART I by Luis Augusto Weir

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There is no doubt that web [Rest] APIs have become extremely popular and its usage has gone well beyond just building APIs in support of mobile apps. We can see the adoption of resource-oriented architectures (ROA) by probably all SaaS vendors who provide out-of-the-box APIs as the means to connect and interact with their cloud applications. Take for example the Oracle Cloud. To discover and consume publicly available Oracle SaaS APIs, all one need to do is browse the Oracle API Catalog Cloud Service (which is publicly accessible) and just select the Swagger definition for any given API.

But (as you probably already know) the adoption of web APIs hasn't stopped there.  With the increased popularity of Microservice Architectures , initiatives such as Open Legacy ,  and node.js based frameworks like loopback and sails (to name a few), API-enabling system of records is becoming a lot easier.
This is putting a lot of pressure in software vendors to quickly modernise their integration suites to natively support the technology-stacks and patterns prevalent in these type of architectures. For example, if an organisations mobile application needs to interact with a system of record (on premise or the cloud) that already exposes a web API, the integration stack should be capable of supporting JSON over HTTP end-to-end without having to convert to XML back and forth. Not only is this impractical but introduces more processing burden to the core stack...
Luckily for many Oracle's customers and Oracle Fusion Middleware / Oracle PaaS practitioners like myself, with the latest release of Oracle SOA Suite (12.2.1) , one of the many new features introduced is the support for handing JSON end-to-end.  I don't want to understate the importance of this as with such feature it is possible to use BPEL for example to orchestrate several APIs (all in native JSON and also in-memory with the new SOA in-memory feature) and therefore deliver coarse grained business APIs that actually perform.
For me this represents an important milestone for Oracle SOA Suite as it shows the departure from traditional SOA tech-stack and into SOA 2.0 (as I like to call it) as the suite is now better suited to support the adoption of ROA, microservices, IoT, and so on. Having worked with SOA Suite since 10.1.3.1 this is very exiting. Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Feb 12, 2017

Converting ADLs to implement end to end JSON in SOA Suite 12.2.1 -PART I by Luis Augusto Weir

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There is no doubt that web [Rest] APIs have become extremely popular and its usage has gone well beyond just building APIs in support of mobile apps. We can see the adoption of resource-oriented architectures (ROA) by probably all SaaS vendors who provide out-of-the-box APIs as the means to connect and interact with their cloud applications. Take for example the Oracle Cloud. To discover and consume publicly available Oracle SaaS APIs, all one need to do is browse the Oracle API Catalog Cloud Service (which is publicly accessible) and just select the Swagger definition for any given API.

But (as you probably already know) the adoption of web APIs hasn't stopped there.  With the increased popularity of Microservice Architectures , initiatives such as Open Legacy ,  and node.js based frameworks like loopback and sails (to name a few), API-enabling system of records is becoming a lot easier.
This is putting a lot of pressure in software vendors to quickly modernise their integration suites to natively support the technology-stacks and patterns prevalent in these type of architectures. For example, if an organisations mobile application needs to interact with a system of record (on premise or the cloud) that already exposes a web API, the integration stack should be capable of supporting JSON over HTTP end-to-end without having to convert to XML back and forth. Not only is this impractical but introduces more processing burden to the core stack...
Luckily for many Oracle's customers and Oracle Fusion Middleware / Oracle PaaS practitioners like myself, with the latest release of Oracle SOA Suite (12.2.1) , one of the many new features introduced is the support for handing JSON end-to-end.  I don't want to understate the importance of this as with such feature it is possible to use BPEL for example to orchestrate several APIs (all in native JSON and also in-memory with the new SOA in-memory feature) and therefore deliver coarse grained business APIs that actually perform.
For me this represents an important milestone for Oracle SOA Suite as it shows the departure from traditional SOA tech-stack and into SOA 2.0 (as I like to call it) as the suite is now better suited to support the adoption of ROA, microservices, IoT, and so on. Having worked with SOA Suite since 10.1.3.1 this is very exiting. Read the complete article here.

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