Internet of Things continues to be of great potential interest – with tens of billions connected devices to sense and record and report and actuate when necessary. Cars, running shoes, trees, animal wild life, home appliances, kiosks and vending machines, cash registers and other point of sales equipment, thermostats, medical devices, security equipment, shipments in any form and shape, wearables are all things, connected to the internet (directly or indirectly). Their location, current status and (more...)
This article gives an overview of some of the most eye catching stories from Oracle OpenWorld 2015 around IT Ops and management. It discusses the ‘single pane of glass’ across on premises and cloud – Enterprise Manager – and introduces the new cloud service: Oracle Management Cloud Service.
IT Operations (IT Ops for short) obviously play a crucial role in providing any kind of IT service to any organization. IT Ops is about provisioning the (more...)
This article gives an overview of some of the most eye catching stories from Oracle OpenWorld 2015 around Process and Content, aka Collaboration & Engagement. It discusses Line of Business user oriented cloud services such as OSN, DCS, PCS and Sites CS as well as on premises products such BPM Suite and the WebCenter Suite.
Various Oracle presentations employ different terms for this area. In addition to Content & Process the label Collaboration & Engagement (more...)
This article gives an overview of some of the most eye catching stories from Oracle OpenWorld 2015 around Data Management. It discusses on premises products such as Oracle Database as well as cloud services around the Database.
Data Management in the Oracle Integrated Cloud Platform Services composition covers Big Data, NoSQL and Oracle Database (RDBMS) in all its glory. MySQL is not as explicitly positioned – and is not currently available as a cloud service (more...)
This article gives an overview of some of the most eye catching stories from Oracle OpenWorld 2015 around integration. It discusses on premises products such as SOA Suite, BPM Suite and MFT as well as cloud services like ICS, SOA CS and soon to be API Platform CS and MFT CS.
If you want to be a SaaS vendor – an ambition that Oracle clearly has – then you need a good solution to deal (more...)
This article gives an overview of some of the most eye catching stories from Oracle OpenWorld 2015 around application development. It discusses traditional technology as well as the most recent introductions and cloud services. The main topics are JET, ADF, APEX, Forms, Developer Cloud Service and Application Builder Cloud Service.
When Oracle first started, its product portfolio was limited in scope. An RDBMS that summed it up. After several years, the demand for tools (more...)
Declarative Web User Interface Development by the Citizen Developer – Introducing the Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service
The Citizen Developer – also known as the Line of Business user – is the non-technical but still somewhat IT-savvy member of a business department. She may configure web surveys, create macros in Excel spreadsheets, perform complex data analysis or maintain a departmental web site. She does things that touch upon the responsibilities of the corporate IT department, probably knows some people in that department to consult with and she may want to do even (more...)
Visualizations are probably the most effective way to convey information, insights and prompts for action to humans. We are not terribly good at quickly and correctly interpreting textual information that require sequential processing. Our brains however are very well equipped to rapidly interpret information presented in a well defined visualization. The expression ‘one picture says more than a thousand words’ is one that speaks volumes (and a picture capturing that expression would of course tell (more...)
The following are slides and scenes from the JavaOne 2015 Keynote on Sunday October 25th 2015. You can watch the on demand replay of this keynote at: https://www.oracle.com/javaone/on-demand/index.html.
Architects of Java EE Platform at IBM, Oracle and RedHat:
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