a pleasure to work with the Oracle EMEA SOA & BPM and WebLogic
& Developer Partner Community and see the success in our cloud
adoption. The latest press release
proves that our EMEA partners lead adoption. Oracle provides the same
technology in the cloud as on-premises. This enables partners to secure
their investment in knowledge and skills and rapidly build cloud
applications for our joint customers.
Partners who can support your cloud adoption
So, some of you may have noticed that I took “real” job this week. I am now the Senior Technical Evangelist for a cool startup company called Snowflake Computing. Basically we provide a data warehouse database as a service in the cloud. Pretty cool stuff. (If you want to know more, check out our site […]
ScaleScale on the stack behind Netflix scaling
Over at ScaleScale, a blog about all the good stuff when it comes to scaling, an interesting post was published on the stack behind Netflix scaling. Since Netflix is quite public about how they operate, the post put was together with stuff from around the internet.
Like Spotify Netflix is kind of famous for creating and scaling their culture. This gives some important context to the culture (more...)
Just before Oracle Open World 2015, the launch of the new 12c (12.2.1) release went public. This release was a full release of the whole stack. From WebLogic Server to Business Intelligence, including product that were not on 12.1.3 yet, like WebCenter. A bit closer to Open World than expected, but this was good news, meaning we can talk freely about 12.2.1 and get all the information on it (more...)
One of the other cloud announcements that caught my eyes on Open World was ABCS, the Application Builder Cloud Service. A tool for the Line of Business user to create simple web and/or mobile application by drag and drop in the web browser. Simple add components out of a menu on the page, rearrange them and edit them the way you want in the WYSIWYG editor.
The tool either creates business objects from scratch in (more...)
The Oracle SOA Cloud Service is online and you can check it out on the Oracle SoaCS Cloud
page. This SoaCS offers you all the functionality the SOA Suite offers you on premise. In the cloud, Oracle has the same red stack strategy as they have on premise. This means the SoaCS runs on Oracle hardware and the Oracle database. This forces you to have a DbCS as well.
To get the SoaCS, you follow (more...)
Even more than the previous years combined, this Open World was about the Cloud! The cloud is inevitable, so it seems. During my stay at Open World, I tried to find out more about the different cloud products, including their official acronyms.
To help my future self, but maybe some other people along the way, I created an overview of the clouds I met. This sure is not a full and completed list, but the (more...)
When you create Grid Infrastructure in 18.104.22.168, you are presented with a new (annoyingly named) “-MGMTDB”
This database is a standard, 12C CDB/PDB storing transient performance and other information. If it is lost, no biggie. Just re-create it (in your voting disk DG. Aside: create a new MGMTDB_DG, move your voting disk there, re-create -MGMTDB, then move your voting disk back out to the proper multiple voting volumes.)
However, Oracle Enterprise (more...)
Unless you have been going around with your head in the clouds, all you can hear from all the big names in the IT worlds is about moving to the Cloud. (yes that was a poor attempt at a joke. It is Friday afternoon after all).
The title of this post is 'From Zero to Dashboards in 5 min with BICS'.
BICS stands for Oracle BI Cloud Service.
Over the past few months I've been (more...)
On the 6th of October the Oracle Cloud Day 2015 takes place in The Netherlands. iAdvise is proud to be a bronze sponsor on what promises to be a day filled with interesting sessions.
One of the main topics will be the Oracle Database Cloud service. In this blog post, which was published in the OGh Visie earlier this year, you can read what the Oracle Database Cloud Service is, which configuration possibilities there (more...)