Een van de eerste dingen die ik doe als zaterdag de krant wordt bezorgd, is de column van Ben Tiggelaar lezen. Een paar weken geleden schreef Ben over de rituelen van succesvolle mensen. Veel mensen die excelleren op gebieden waar creativiteit en denkvermogen wordt gevraagd, blijken baat te hebben bij dagelijkse rituelen en structuur. Vaak gewone, soms zelfs saaie bezigheden die onderdeel van zijn hun patroon dat dag in dag uit hetzelfde is.
Introduced in Weblogic 12.1.2, dynamic clusters is a great feature to scale your private cloud.
Dynamic clusters provides you easy scaling of Weblogic clusters by adding and removing managed server instances on demand. They contain one or more dynamic servers. These dynamic servers are based on a single servertemplate that guarantees that every member of the cluster is exactly the same.
Creating Dynamic Clusters
Let’s take a look at some of the possibilities (more...)
This article demonstrates how live monitoring of SOA Suite service execution can be implemented using a custom OWSM policy that reports to a JMS queue and with a simple Stream Explorer exploration that aggregates these JMS messages:
The ingredients are:
a SOA Suite 12c runtime environment
a Stream Explorer installation
and two files available with this article:
CustomPolicyAssertionArchive.jar (that contains the custom policy implementation)
AMIS_Custom_Policies.zip (that contains the policy definition)
This article describes how to develop a straightforward custom assertion that can be used as part of custom OWSM policy to be attached to Web Services in WebLogic, such as services exposed by SOA Composite applications and Service Bus projects as well as custom JAX-WS or ADF BC Web Services. The custom assertion that I demonstrate here reports the execution of web service operations to a JMS Destination and/or the system output. It shows how (more...)
De methoden en technieken voor Continuous Delivery winnen steeds meer aan belangstelling. Deze aanpak blijkt vaak de succesvolle strategie achter het realiseren van echte “business agility”. Veel organisaties weten heel goed waarom Continuous Delivery belangrijk is, maar worstelen met de vraag “hoe doe je dit dan?”. Hoe start je met Continuous Delivery en hoe zorg je voor een blijvend resultaat? Het Continuous Delivery Maturity Model helpt bij het aanbrengen van structuur en verkrijgen van (more...)
I’m currently in Washington D.C. at Oracle HCM World. It’s been a busy conference; on Wednesday, Thao and Ben ran a brainstorming session on wearables as part of the HCM product strategy council’s day of activities.
Then yesterday, the dynamic duo ran a focus group around emerging technologies and their impact on HCM, specifically wearables and Internet of Things (IoT). I haven’t got a full download of the session yet, but I hear the discussion was (more...)
I have several Virtual Machines for our Virtual Course Environments. From time to time, I do an upgrade of the Oracle Linux version. But with every upgrade, Oracle Linux leaves the old kernel files. And in time the root disk is cluttered up. So I want to remove the old kernels. With a little googling, I came up with a discussion thread in Oracle Communities: Oracle Linux Remove Old Kernels (Archived by now).
This is a follow up to my previous post (“Where are the Mobile Windows Devices?“) in which I gave my initial impressions of mobile windows devices. As part of our assessment of these devices we also developed a few apps and this post details how that went.
Windows Phone 8.1 applications have to be developed on Windows 8.1. I am using a Mac so I installed Windows 8.1 (more...)
That was one of the questions one of the Oracle’s Executives asked when we presented our new Cloud UX Lab to them. The short answer was that there were none. As far as I am aware, we never did any testing of any of our prototypes and applications on Windows Phones or tablets because, frankly, we thought it didn’t matter. Windows phones (and tablets) are a distant third to the 2 behemoths in this space, Android (more...)
It was a great event, where a lot of subjects were covered, a lot of great people met. According to one of the product managers we were the smartest Oracle Region in the world (let's not uncover who said that...)
We've seen a lot of cool stuf. Let me try to put (more...)