My presentation for UKOUG Tech 16 can be seen by following the link – Introduction to SOA CS. or see below It was a tremendous 4 days (if you include the Tech stream’s Super Sunday). If you are a UKOUG member and didn’t make it to the conference I’d look out for the material to be become available.
Whilst I’m not a big Apex fan (stitching business logic into the persistence layer feels wrong (more...)
The latest edition of the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) Oracle Scene Journal is out now with another article from me, in addition to some great content from other contributors. This article builds upon and updates an article previously published in the Oracle Apps User Group about 18 months ago. We updated and republished as part of the run up to the UKOUG special Event in March next year which will be fully announced at (more...)
The background to this post, and the OTN Appreciation Day can be seen at Oracle-Base.
Oracle Messaging Cloud Service (OMCS) is I think an overlooked gem of Oracle iPaaS portfolio. I say this as it offers a JMS 1.1 compliant Java library but at the same time provides a means through which integration through REST APIs can be performed. This means it is possible to pretty transparently connect legacy JMS based integrations with new REST (more...)
As Oracle Open World comes to a close. What are the big take homes? Well I have to admit to not having been at OOW phyiscally this year, but tracking things from the UK. That sais from this vantage point …
2nd Generation IaaS. The announcements on the evolution of Oracle’s offfering bring some significant steps forward with multi data centre resilience within each region /geographical area. What isn’t clear is whether the resilience will (more...)
We have taken our book on ICS into Packt Publishing’s Alpha programme so that if you order the book now – you can see the chapters as soon as they have received editorial approval and the complete final book will be made available to you as soon as we’re have addressed all the feedback, made any final improvements we have identified once we have completed the book’s draft.
Whilst working on our book about Oracle’s Integration Cloud Service I looked around to see what options are available for FTP based services, below is a list of the services, we can’t testify to the quality etc of the service but might be easier than a Google search and ploughing through the results as FTP does occur a lot even in services that don’t support the standard.
What was interesting was none of the major (more...)
When you’re using SOA Suite to run round the clock services you need to give a fair bit of thought to your deployment configuration so it becomes possible to perform rolling patches and other maintenance tasks not only to SOA itself but all the way down to the hardware – and at the low levels you have no control on the maintenance process. Although it is very easy to think that the moment you’re using (more...)