The following diagram outlines the process of applying an update using this new delivery model:
In order to apply a change in your Development environment, you would to follow (more...)
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Rejoignez-nous le 2 ou 3 Décembre 2014 pour expérimenter pendant une journée les aspects liés à la planification, le déploiement, le suivi et la gestion d’une solution de Cloud Privé d’Entreprise.
Pendant cette journée, vous aurez l’occasion de découvrir les points suivants :
- Considération architecturale et concepts d’une solution de cloud privé
- Consolidation base de données & Planification des ressources
- Approche Base de données en mode service
(Database as a service)
- Clone de bases de données
Jobs To Be Done. Or #JTBD. We’ve been road testing this framework lately. I like it. Could it be a good fit for the busy cloud developer who wants to build a usable solution that solves a real problem and doesn’t want to deal with the generalizations of personas or overhead of user profiles (a debate in itself)?
Seems like a good fit for the agile world too. Pictured is Julian Orr (left) (more...)
Just a month after sharing my post on Spotify engineering culture, I found a post on Startup lessons from Netflix. That was written inspired by a talk on fast delivery devops by Adrian Cockcroft. Who spent a long time building up Netflix’s cloud infrastructure and spearheaded the development of many new cloud-related technologies and techniques at the company.
Adrian Cockcroft’s lessons of product development at Netflix
Adrian’s lessons (more...)
Today I will explain what kind of benefits can be expected by using another important area: Database as a Service (DBaaS). Instead of using an IaaS provisioned server to (more...)
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I just returned from my first trip to Utah where I briefly (I was only there for 28 hours!) touched down in Salt Lake City to attend the UTOUG Fall Symposium.
Before I give you the run down, if you just want to cut to the chase, here are the session slides:
- connaitre le partenariat Oracle & Mirantis
- découvrir les actualités Oracle OpenWorld 2014 - OpenStack Summit
- comprendre la proposition de valeur Oracle & OpenStack Mirantis
- avoir une démonstration
Somehow it is already November, which means I haveto start gearing up for all the travel that I will be doing this month. I just got back from my first trip to Utah for the super UTOUG Training Days. The team treated us like royalty and it was fun being able to bring a bit of the legacy to mobile message to the Salt Lake City. Now in less than 2 weeks….Germany here I come!
| Accélérer considérablement vos délais de mise à disposition des services DB avec une infrastructure de Cloud Privé pour vos bases de données |
(Database as a service).
Mardi 18 novembre 2014 ; de 11h à 12h
Les solutions Oracle (more...)
Our beloved PeopleSoft (yes, I like PeopleSoft, so what? (more...)
Another Oracle OpenWorld is behind us (when did it become October?) and as usual, it was fun to catch up with the members of my Oracle developer community, my ODTUG buddies and fellow ACEs. Cloud was definitely the hot topic on everyone’s mind this year, especially because Oracle announced their upcoming Oracle Mobile Cloud Services and released their Oracle Developer Cloud Service to production a few weeks before the (more...)
- Oracle has a cloud platform
- Fusion Applications is now Cloud Application Services
- We’re seeing well-designed user experiences throughout Oracle’s offerings: Simplified UI in moving into the Applications Unlimited products, and is also evident throughout Oracle’s cloud (more...)
- Douglas Adams, The Salamander of Doubt: Hitchhiking The Galaxy One Last Time
Oracle OpenWorld kicks off tomorrow. My (more...)
A reminder, based on the recent furor over the distribution of a U2 album from the cloud on to Apple devices. Cloud power, for sure.
So when Apple drops U2 on your iPhone, it shatters the illusion that your iPhone just works on its own, which is deeply unsettling.— James Grimmelmann (@grimmelm)September 16, 2014
But, cloud power is not about the device.