We’re looking forward to Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Code One to be held September 16-19 in San Francisco. The Oracle Enterprise Java team is delivering or participating in many sessions, panel discussions, theatre presentations and hands-on labs in both conferences. For those of you attending the conference, I’ve provided links below to specific session listings to help you navigate to events of greatest interest to you. If you’re unable to attend, here are some of the highlights:
We’ll be covering how to run Oracle WebLogic Server and Coherence applications using in public and private clouds, including:
We will also be covering Helidon and Helidon 1.3, just released, which includes MicroProfile 3.0 support. We have sessions on the technology itself, building microservices with Helidon, Helidon support for GraalVM, and integrating Helidon and Oracle WebLogic Server applications on Kubernetes.
In terms of upcoming releases, you may have have seen the Jakarta EE 8 announcement last week, and our intention to support Jakarta EE 8 in an upcoming release of Oracle WebLogic Server. We will be announcing a customer beta program for Oracle WebLogic Server and Coherence 14.1.1, and inviting customers to request participation. This release will provide Java EE 8 and Jakarta EE 8 support, as well as other features for cloud and microservices integration. We will be delivering our final maintenance releases of Oracle WebLogic Server and Coherence 12.2.1.X very soon. Finally, we will be discussing our strategy for enabling integration and management of traditional applications and microservices in hybrid cloud environments.
Here are links to session guides on these topics. Enjoy the shows!
Session/Program Guides for OpenWorld
Oracle WebLogic Server, Coherence and Helidon: http://bit.ly/oow19_WCH
Oracle WebLogic Server: http://bit.ly/oow19_WLS
Oracle Coherence: http://bit.ly/oow19_COH
Session/Program Guides for CodeOne
Jakarta EE: http://bit.ly/code19_JakartaEE
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