Online product recommendations using Hadoop
One of the leading portals on BigData, Dataconomy, had an interview with a colleague of mine on product recommendations systems. These are systems aimed towards personalizing content and recommending the ‘right’ products, in other words products that inspire customers. The article – The Science Behind the Finding the Perfect Product – is a nice read that covers quite some areas.
At bol.com we use Hadoop for batches, and (more...)
"Essentially, all models are wrong. Some models are useful."
A week ago, Oracle released Oracle SOA Suite 12c. In this blog I will show how easy it is to create a Standalone-server environment for Oracle Event Processing (OEP) 12c.
The major new features of Oracle Event Processing 12 are the new integrated development environment based on Jdeveloper and the Event Delivery Network (EDN) event adapter nodes which provide that tight integration at runtime to SOA Suite composites and all other SOA components supporting the (more...)
A week ago, Oracle released Oracle SOA Suite 12c. In this blog I will show how easy it is to create a SOA Suite development environment.
The Oracle SOA Suite 12c Quick Start distributions allow you to quickly install a development or evaluation environment on a single host computer. It only takes a couple of minutes to set it up.
Before starting the installation, make sure that you have a working Java Development (more...)
One of the new capabilities of Oracle SOA Suite 12c
is the ability to control the SOA infrastructure thread pools, except the resource pools for EDN and the adapters, with Oracle WebLogic Server work managers. Each partition will has its own work managers defined. This allows you to separate services in partitions and, to some extent, tune them separately based on for example specific SLA requirements.
Well, this blog posting is not about explaining the (more...)
So at the time of writing there is only the “Quickstart” 12C SOA and BPM. That’s all fun and games, it installs straight out of the box.
However, I want a real development environment, and run it on my dev server.
So, first thing first.
- Download the SOA Suite and BPM 12c.
- Then install the SOA Suite quick installer.
- Install BPM 12c in the same ORACLE_HOME as the SOA Suite.
- Make sure you have a (more...)
After installing SOA Suite 12c I created, as everyone else, my first composite. Jdeveloper will generate your project for you. The first thing you will notice is the new directory structure. Not every file is loaded in same directory like it used to be in SOA Suite 11g.
When giving the directory structure a second look I noticed the “resources” directory with the pom file in it. 12c has maven support!
However, when running my (more...)
The seminal book on Open Source development "Cathedral and the Bazaar" talks eloquently about the difference between commercial software development and open source development. In the past few years however there has been another shift, a shift where companies are actively releasing their technology into Open Source as a competitive differentiation. A claim of 'we are open' because the source
Oracle has finally announced 12c, so now everybody can get their hands on it. One of the new features is that Oracle Service Bus development is integrated into Oracle jDeveloper Studio.
One way to get started quickly is by simply importing your 11g service bus sources into 12c.
First export your 11g sources, either from the Servicebus Console or Eclipse (OEPE):
Then, this sbconfig.jar is easily imported into the new Oracle jDeveloper Studio (more...)
Yesterday evening (dutch time) Oracle made the newest version of it’s middleware product SOA Suite available to the public.
SOA Suite 12c includes many new features. An overview can be found here: .
Downloads and more details can be found here:
Some of these new features include:
- OSB development in jDeveloper
- New adapters (SAP, Coherence, etc.)
- Enhanced monitoring and debugging
- More Cloud support
- Memory Optimization
- Mobile Integration
- And many more…
These are just a few (more...)
After nearly everyone upgraded to 4.4.3 my device came up with the icon for upgrading android to its next version:
For a complete history of all updates visit this posting
After upgrading to FritzOS 6.05
CLIP stopped working with my analog phone.
The settings looked quite ok: (Telefonie -> Telefoniegeräte -> bearbeiten -> Merkmale des Telefoniegeräts)
This basic feature was certainly not shipped without testing. So this has to be a problem of data/parameter migration.
After unchecking CLIP, doing a reboot and ba checking the box again CLIP worked like before...