Thanks for an excellent Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2015! Special thanks for our excellent speakers for the great presentations and everybody to be a real community. With 175 attendees from all over Europe Middle East and Africa including friends across the world from US, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica. Once again the largest group with 25 attendees came from the Netherlands! In case you couldn’t come to Budapest make sure you read the blog (more...)
In the past few weeks Oracle has been working towards a climax regarding the new version of Application Express. After updating the Early Adapters environment and later the hosted applications at apex.oracle.com to version 5.0 it is now finally time for the full release!
APEX 5.0 can be downloaded at apex.oracle.com.
For more information on the most important new features visit the Oracle blog.
Awesome Oracle ERP Cloud on Apple Watch design concepts. For more information see: A Glance at Smartwatches in the Enterprise: A Moment in Time Experience.
First of all a disclaimer: I don’t work for Oracle nor do I speak for them. I believe this information to be correct, but for licensing questions, Oracle themselves have the final word.
With that out of the way, followers of this blog may have seen some of the results from my testing of actual CPU capacity with public clouds like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Compute Engine. In each of these (more...)
In my previous article, Creating and scaling Dynamic Clusters in Weblogic 12c, I described the creation and scaling of Dynamic Clusters. I used the Weblogic Console to create the Dynamic Clusters and change the number of servers.
Most of the time you will use some wlst scripting to create and manage your Weblogic environments.
In this article I will show you how to create Dynamic Clusters en how you can scale them.
The example (more...)
In a post earlier this week I previewed three sessions at the upcoming Brighton Rittman Mead BI Forum 2015; in this post I’m going to look at four particularly interesting sessions at the Atlanta Rittman Mead BI Forum 2015 event running the week after Brighton, on May 13th-15th 2015 at the Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel, Atlanta GA. As well as an optional one-day masterclass on big data development by myself and Jordan Meyer on (more...)
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...)
But they're the only times I've ever known
And I believe there is a time for meditation
In cathedrals of our own
Now I have seen that sad surrender in my mother's eyes
I can only stand apart and sympathize
For we are always what our situations hand us
Its either sadness or euphoria
Oracle Stream Explorer is available now for download. For those unfamiliar with the product, it is a new tool based on Oracle Event Processing (OEP, formerly known as Complex Event Processing). It’s a graphical interface on OEP, hiding the rather daunting CQL (Continuous Query Language) from the user.
Installation is pretty straightforward. You start with installation of OEP 12.1.3.
Mind you that OEP is installed in (more...)
Fishbowl team members competed in our third annual Hackathon over the weekend. Our consultants split up into four groups to create an innovative solution, and were given just over 24 hours to complete the task. The goal was to create usable software that could be used in the future when working with clients; some of our most creative products and services originally derived from Hackathon events.
Here’s a summary of what the (more...)
Nashville cats, play wild as mountain dew
Nashville cats, been playin' since they's babies
Nashville cats, get work before they're two
- From the Lovin' Spoonful's Nashville Cats
Gotta feel for my automobile
Get a grip on my boy racer rollbar
Such a thrill when your radials squeal.
-- From Queen's I'm In Love With My Car
As is typical with Queen, citing the lyrics fail to do the song justice. You can hear the song and watch the official video here. C'mon back when you're done.
- Signing Up for a Database CloudService
- Installingan Application into Your Database Cloud Service
- Data Loading and the Oracle Database Cloud Service
- Creating a RESTful Web Service
- ManagingUsers and Roles in a Database Cloud Service
- MonitoringYour Database Cloud Services
Java Cloud Service
Using sysbench to performance test AWS RDS MySQL hardware is an easy three step operation.
Sysbench creates synthetic tests and they are done on a 1 mil row 'sbtest' table that sysbench creates in the MySQL database you indicate. The test doesn't intrude with your database schema, and it doesn't use your data, so it is quite safe. The test is an OLTP test trying to simulate event operations in the database as it (more...)
Ce fut également l'occasion de présenter le http://www.cloud-campus-day.com/ aux élèves de l'ISEP.
Here it is, come and get it
Mmmm, make your mind up fast
If you want it
Anytime, I can give it
But you better hurry
Cause it may not last
- From "Come And Get It", written by Sir Paul McCartney and originally recorded by Badfinger
I'm watching changes in the SaaS world...some people are keeping up with the changes, and some people are not. The approach (more...)