Oracle OpenWorld is here! For me, it's all about going mobile. My top mobile recommendations are:
- Time for You to Rethink Mobile? Oracle Mobile Strategy and Roadmap, Monday@10:15AM, Moscone South, Rm 103. DO NOT miss this one as it's led by Suhas Uliyar, VP of Mobile Strategy and Product Management. Deep knowledge, mobile roadmap, great presenter.
- The Cloud Platform for Digital Business, Monday@1:15PM, Marriott Marquis Salon 7, 8, 9 (Yerba Buena Ballroom) led (more...)
started yesterday and San Francisco is just buzzing with Oracle folks.
If you are attending the conference don't miss the opportunity to
chat with the Oracle Database In-Memory team at one of our technical
sessions or at the Oracle demogrounds.
Our first technical session, Oracle Database In-Memory: The Next Big Thing (Session CON8622) is on today at 1:30pm in Moscone South, room 103.
In this session, Juan Loaiza explains in detail what (more...)
The Grid Infrastructure filesystem was reporting that it was a bit full today (release 18.104.22.168). This was tracked down to the “crfclust.bdb” file, which records information about the cluster health for monitoring purposes. It was 26GB. It’s not supposed to get bigger than 1GB so this is probably a bug, but let’s explicitly resolve the size issue right now and search Oracle support later. Worst case, bdb (Berkerley Database) files get (more...)
Saturday was a rather quiet day. After having spent 2 hours on Friday night, trying to get the connectivity working in my hotel room, Friday started out with another almost 2 hours which culminated on a recabling of the room and replacement modem to finally get things working. After that I was able to put the finishing touches to my presentation.
Lunch was...american. Very american. Think 50s-type diner. Think chili-chedder-hot-dog. Think fries. LOVE IT! (more...)
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Dear WebLogic Partner Community member,
Oracle OpenWorld is ready to start, make sure you attend our community reception, attend the Focus-On WebLogic Server and Focus-On Mobile streams and most important visit the product management team at the demo grounds!
12.1.3 is an important release, as it is the foundation of SOA Suite
12c and BPM Suite 12c. Make sure be become familiar with the new
features! Therefore we offer a WebLogic (more...)
What we are going to do in this post, is present some real-life
problems and show how to obtain the necessary data, analyze it, and make
corrective actions. Oracle Service Bus architecture is centered around
an Enterprise Service Bus. The bus provides message delivery services,
based on standards including SOAP, HTTP and Java Messaging Service
(JMS). It is typically designed for high-throughput, guaranteed message
delivery to a variety of service producers and consumers. It supports
By Guest Blogger Bob Larsen, Java.net Editor
JavaOne officially started today with User Group Sunday, and, as usual, gave a strong showing out of the gate with some tremendous sessions.
User Group Sunday sessions targeted both current and future Java User Group leaders, including “Starting a JUGgernaut: How to Start and Rapidly Grow Your JUG” and “Tools for the Day-to-Day of JUG Management.”
There was also a wide selection of technical (more...)
JavaOne rolled into town on Saturday morning when the Geek Bike Ride got underway. We had 35 riders from 9 different countries**. Hosted by the Silicon Valley JUG, they distributed jerseys designed by community members from Brazil.
The weather was perfect, we had sun and no wind. We had lots of fun and photo stops. Hills were climbed. New friends were made. We road across the Golden Gate bridge and rolled into Sausalito. We (more...)
What a last four days this has been! Certainly from the perspective of a support engineer dealing with this who on days one and two ended up going 43 hours without sleep.
Unless you've been off the grid for the last week, you would know about Shellshock (CVE-2014-6271, CVE-2014-7169, CVE-2014-7186 and CVE-2014-7187).
To get the obligatories out of the way first, ...
Oracle has released a formal alert about this vulnerability which you can read at (more...)
The History Behind the Names
San Francisco, California is a city with 2,657 named streets—most honoring early pioneers and politicians—but also a few named after crooks and killers. Behind every street name, there is no doubt an interesting story. But for our purposes, let’s look at a handful of the streets with a more “colorful” history, some of which are near Moscone Center, the site of Oracle OpenWorld.
Howard Street: This street commemorates William D. (more...)
Sometimes we occasionally just miss the obvious, for years. Just noticed that an easy way to release code to a particular schema is to login as your normal DBA user (USER1) [as preferred by audit], use the alter session command to switch to point to the release schema (USER2) and run your DDL. Oracle behaves, from an object-owner perspective, as if you are logged-in as the schema owner without all the negative aspects of actually (more...)
le Guisquet, Executive Vice President for Oracle EMEA
Oracle OpenWorld is an annual highlight for
all of us at Oracle. Each year, it provides an opportunity to look forward with
a host of new technology announced and new customers welcomed. And it also
gives us an opportunity to take stock, see how far we have come in a year and
catch up with customers whose businesses we have helped grow or even transform (more...)
The Oracle NoSQL Database is a horizontally scaled, Key-Value
database for Web Services and Cloud, designed specifically to provide highly
reliable, scalable and available data storage across a configurable set of
systems that function as storage nodes. Oracle NoSQL Database provides a powerful and flexible transaction
model that greatly simplifies the process of developing a NoSQL-based
application. It scales horizontally with high availability and transparent load
balancing even when dynamically adding new capacity.
Oracle NoSQL (more...)
Welcome to the Hands-on With Oracle's Mobile Technology Blog. My name is Bruce Bailey and as a member of the Oracle Mobile and Social Solutions team I'm happy to be able to kick off this blog the same weekend as Oracle Open World 2014 starts! The Mobile and Social Solutions team covers mobile/social technology across North America and specializes in Oracle's Enterprise Mobile Platform. Our team has a variety of diverse and (more...)
Today at Oracle Open World
, we (Wilfred
and myself) officially announced the 1.0.0 version of the ADF EMG XML Data Control. Check out the presentation
on slideshare if you missed it.
You can get this extension through the JDeveloper Help -> Check for Updates menu. Make sure you select the 'Open Source and Partner Extensions' checkbox:
There you should see the 'ADF EMG Data Control' extension:
A brief description for those (more...)
The pressing question on so many minds: Where will Bob Rhubart be during Oracle OpenWorld?
The answer is simple: When I'm not in my hotel room soaking in a hot bath, I'll generally be in the OTN Lounge in Moscone South, recording more 2 Minute Tech Tip videos, catching up with friends I haven't seen since OOW13, and responding to the question, "Where are the t-shirts?"
On Sunday I'll be hanging out with (more...)
One of the perks of visiting San Francisco is that there’s an app for everything.
Here are some new takes on travel apps for you to test-drive while you’re here:
Mosey: Get recommendations from locals on the best way to spend your time depending on what you like to do.
Detour: Take an audio walking tour of the city with a focus on attractions that are off the beaten path. (Currently signing up early testers. (more...)