Take this opportunity and register now for the Oracle PaaS Partner Community Forum that will be held in Split, Croatia on March 27th & 28th & 29th 2017 with hands-on training on March 30th & 31st
2017. Registration is free of charge, during the conference you will
get the latest updates on the Oracle PaaS Services & Middleware
- Process Cloud Service & BPM Suite & BPM Suite 12c
- SOA (more...)
Take this opportunity and register now for the Oracle PaaS Partner Community
Forum that will be held in Split, Croatia on March 27th &
28th & 29th 2017 with hands-on training on March
30th & 31st 2017. Registration is free of charge,
during the conference you will get the latest updates on the Oracle PaaS
Services & Middleware Solutions:
- Process Cloud Service & BPM Suite & BPM Suite 12c
- SOA (more...)
Custom applications – standard Java EE, ADF or other Fusion Middleware such as SOA Suite – on WebLogic can produce logging through the WebLogic Diagnostics Framework (WLDF). Simply put: write log messages using Logger classes similar to standard Java Log and Log4J – read this article by my colleague Aino Andriessen for some details: https://technology.amis.nl/2011/01/12/oracle-diagnostics-logging-odl-for-application-development/ and this three part series by Duncan Mills: https://blogs.oracle.com/groundside/entry/adventures_in_adf_logging_part .
The default configuration of WebLogic Servers is (more...)
Note: Thursday 26th January – joint Oracle & AMIS Oracle Management Cloud event at AMIS HQ in Nieuwegein – with demos and handson labs. Details: http://www.amis.nl/nl-nl/events/omc-event-jan2017/
Oracle Management Cloud has several services for operational management and analysis of applications, platform and infrastructure components. Among the platform components that we can monitor are of course JCS instances – WebLogic in the Oracle Public Cloud. OMC provides a platform for gathering, retaining and analyzing (more...)
Lots of great new features, just in time for the Holiday Season.
Thanks to my colleague Kathryn L.
I will be adding to this post over time, so, currently, it is not an exhaustive list.
1. Ability to see Conversations in Tracking
Note: the second icon on the right, under the docs icon.
2. Quickstart Master new functionality
For those of you who have yet to meet a Quickstart Master - here's a quick intro.
Our industry is full of hype and hyped terms. Big Data. NoSQL. The Cloud. Self-service <whatever>. And Cloud Data Warehousing. Some of the offerings and solutions are real. Some less so. Newest on the scene is cloud data warehousing (or data warehousing in the cloud). As with all new tech, there are a variety […]
This week we want to highlight our Path to Open Cloud events around the world. Come to hear about Oracle's open cloud offerings in these events:
Jan 17: Oracle CloudWorld – New York
Jan 19: Oracle Linux Open Source Tech Event – Reston, VA
Learn More: More details on what’s new is available here. Learn more about Oracle Process Cloud Service at http://cloud.oracle.com/process
Want to try Process Cloud Service? Get access here.
Partner Resources (community membership required):
Sales kit for partners: Digital Engagement
Marketing kit for partners: BPM Campaigns
Learn about the new and changed features of Oracle Process Cloud Service.
Documents and Conversations
the Workspace Tracking page, administrators can now click (more...)
Some of my recent experiences with the Oracle Cloud left me less than wildly enthusiastic. Actions seemed to take long in a non-responsive, non-intuitive UI and I was required to go through too many configuration steps to get various cloud services to work together. Getting a free month trial seemed a lengthy process – if it went through at all. The other vendors seemed to be able to offer more/better/greener pastures.
Yesterday I had my (more...)
release of Oracle Integration Cloud Service includes two new adapters
(DB2 Adapter and Oracle Logistics Adapter) and enhancements to the REST
Adapter, SOAP Adapter, FTP Adapter, and Salesforce Adapter. Enhancements
are also provided for orchestrated integrations, scheduled
integrations, orchestrated integration creation options, custom adapter
uploads, Expression Builder functions, XPath extension functions,
exported/imported integrations, diagnostic logs, and REST APIs. See
below for details.
Read the complete article here.
Learn More: More details on what’s new (more...)
EMO Trans is a global shipping and logistics company in business for more than 50 years, with offices in 17 countries on 5 continents. As established as they are, you have to stay on (more...)
The technical skills gap is widening. As ICT graduate numbers fail to meet demand, companies must look to reskill and certify business staff.
job numbers in Europe have been growing at a tremendous pace since the start of
the millennium, now totalling 7.7 million and accounting for 3.5% of the
continent’s total workforce. But demand for ICT workers is growing even faster
and, if current trends continue, there are likely (more...)
Take this opportunity and register now for the Oracle PaaS Partner Community Forum
that will be held in the Le Méridien Lav, Split, Croatia on March 27th
& 28th & 29th 2017 with hands-on training on March 30th &
for a week full of keynotes, breakouts, hands-on sessions and
networking opportunities. The conference will update you on the latest
Middleware solutions & cloud services including:
Customer and employee engagement is critical to a successful business model, and in this on-demand world, engagement on and through mobile devices has been shown to yield very positive returns. Oracle Mobile customers Dubai Airports and National Pharmacies discovered this after using Oracle Mobile Cloud Service to automate their employee processes and to acquire and engage customers. You can read, and watch, each of their stories below:
Dubai Airports, one of (more...)
Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is a mobile backend as a service. MCS does its magic by providing a lot of features to make implementing mobile services easy such as (among many others) authentication, logging/analytics, lookups and calling other services. There are also features available to make integration with mobile clients easy such as providing an easy way to implement push notifications.
Personally I think one of the most powerful features of MCS is the ability (more...)
Thanks to Benjamin Perez-Goytia of the A-Team – find out
more about using the reverse engineering features of Oracle Data Integrator
(ODI) through this ARTICLE.
Do you need step by step instructions? This might just do the trick!
There are three sections to this article. The first section covers the various options
available in ODI to reverse-engineer metadata from a data server. The second section discusses (more...)
Over the many years Oracle has been leading the database world, I guess they are now taking something of a wrong turn.
Let me briefly fill you in on my thoughts.
Basically I see two “minor” shifts that are significantly indicative of this:
- Oracle Standard Edition 2
- Oracle ACE Program
Okay, so you might think I am crazy, but let me try to explain.
Oracle Standard Edition 2
Sometime last year, the long expected, (more...)
of the most common tasks performed during the creation of integrations
in ICS (Integration Cloud Service) is the implementation of mappings. In
a nutshell, mappings are the resources that ICS uses to allow messages
coming from the configured source application to be sent to the
configured target application. Failure in properly defining and
configuring these mappings directly impacts how integrations are going
to behave while sending messages downstream.
In order to build
Administration of the Oracle Private Cloud Appliance enables cost reduction.
Eliminate multi-vendor integration, remove the risk of cabling, hardware or software configuration errors & reduce time needed to deploy new applications.
It enables you to license only the software that is used, and not the
Training for this converged
infrastructure solution consists of understanding this pre-configured Oracle
server, Oracle software, network, and storage hardware (more...)