While I was not surprised that the U.S. intelligence agencies monitor web activity, I was surprised at the scale revealed by the Edward Snowdon leaks.
If there are still American cloud providers that do not routinely provide the NSA with wholesale access to their customers’ data, it will only (more...)
Consumers have already seen the benefit of a cloud approach with tailored, consumer-driven experiences. Find out what that means for Oracle's enterprise applications on the Voice of User Experience, or VoX, blog.
you want to hear more about the Oracle Cloud and other UX innovations?
UX architect Misha Vaughan (more...)
Thanks to everyone that participated in the Java EE 7 Online Launch Event yesterday! If you missed the event, then no worries, you can view the event on demand. Watch the keynote with participation from Oracle, IBM, Liferay, and community members. You can also jump straight to one of (more...)
On this scenario we will talk about how to implement HA (High Availability) for OVM 3.1 between a Primary Site (Production) and a Secondary Site (DR) located at 800 km away. On this post we will only talk about the storage replication part and how to make it work (more...)
Java EE 7, the standard in community-driven enterprise software, is now available. Back in April, Java EE 7 completed the JCP final approval ballot. Today, developers can learn all about Java EE 7 during the Java EE 7 Live Web Event, and get some hands-on experience with the (more...)
my holiday I read this book, here is my quote “Cloud Computing:
Concepts, Technology & Architecture is an excellent resource for IT
professionals and managers who want to learn and understand cloud
computing, and who need to select or build cloud systems and solutions.
It lays the foundation for (more...)
If you missed the Webcast “Virtualize and Run your Forms Applications in the Cloud” by Roger Freixa Vidal and Michael Ferrante: (more...)
Promote the #JavaEE7 launch on your Twitter profile! I created this background image that fits very nice, but don't forget to set the background color to #517E9C fulfill all the extra space. If you want to know how it will look like, check my profile. We appreciate all the help! (more...)
One of the first things you will want to know about Java EE 7, is how you can integrate some of the new APIs like WebSockets, with existing ones like JMS. That's why I decided to write this article "Integrating WebSockets and JMS with CDI Events in (more...)
Last post I wrote about evolution. Professional evolution… from legacy technology to new IT paradigms, cloud and mobile. This week, as a result of that evolution, the weather app I developed with a friend, was deployed and it’s available at App Store.
I hope users from Portugal and Brazil find (more...)
The cat is out of the bag, so we might as well publicly announce the effort. GlassFish Labs has been diligently working with Anahata Technologies on the GlassFish 4 super cluster. The joint engineering effort resulted a low-latency clustering fabric with an advanced session replication algorithm that can run (more...)
As the Java EE 7 release date draws closer, blogs and articles covering the new features are beginning to roll in. In a brief blog entry, Markus Eisele, a key independent member of the Java EE community talks about getting started with JSON-P.
As you know, JSON-P (more accurately, (more...)
In the past 18 months I’ve researched and learned at least a dozen new (to me) and recent technologies. Any of them belongs to 2 interesting areas that I’ve focused in that period… Cloud and Mobile. I’m an early Amazon Web Services adopter and I’ve deployed several services and infrastructures on (more...)
Recorded live at OTN Architect Day in Los Angeles in October 2012,
these programs in the OTN ArchBeat podcast represent the Q&A between
the audience and the experts panel assembled for the event, which
included speakers from the day's technical sessions.
The short answer is “yes”. Connecting on-premise and cloud
applications “in minutes” is true…provided you only consider the
connectivity subset of integration and have a small number of cloud
integration touch points.
At the recent Gartner AADI conference,
230 attendees filled up the Oracle session to get a more comprehensive
answer to this question. During the session, titled “Simplifying
Integration – The Cloud & Mobile Pre-requisite”, Oracle’s Tim Hall
described cloud connectivity and then, equally importantly, the other
essential and sometimes overlooked aspects of integration required to
ensure a long term application and service integration strategy. To
understand the challenges (more...)
Just got this message yesterday:
Please join Oracle President Mark Hurd and Oracle Executive Vice President Thomas Kurian for an Oracle Update for the Media. The Conference call will provide a brief recap of Oracle’s business strategy and provide an update on Oracle Cloud.
The conference call is Monday afternoon. (more...)
Today at Amazon AWS re:invent, Amazon announced a cloud service for data warehouse customers. It allows to easily analyse petabytes of data, interacts with known BI solutions, and it’s usually 10 times faster than traditional implementations… queries run really blazing fast! This service is certified by MicroStrategy and Jaspersoft.
Redshift runs (more...)
For several years I’ve been using Oracle and other SQL relational databases. I’ve dedicated most of the time of my researching and developing on Oracle technology. There’s no question that Oracle leads on site installations and that the quality of the products and the ROI is one of the best. (more...)