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to SOA 12.2.1 is the concept of Resiliency. Oracle has introduced
functionality that shuts down adapters when their composite failure
meets a certain threshold. In effect, an error circuit breaker! This is
extremely helpful to prevent filling up the error hospital with an
abundance of errors. When suspended, the failed composite will retry
the composite at a defined interval in an attempt to un-suspend the
service adapter. The (more...)
have do internal mapping between XML and JSON as in 12.1.3.
us create a very simple SOA Composite which exposes a JSON based REST
Attend our June edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast live on June 28th at 16:00 CET.
What’s new in Integration Cloud Service? Your High Productivity Integration Platform in the Cloud
this session, we will be joined by Ramkumar Menon, the Product Manager
for Oracle’s Integration Cloud Service (ICS). Ram will provide you an
update on the latest on ICS, which now boasts more functional and
connectivity capabilities than ever before (more...)
Read large XML files in chunks
my current project, XML files are uploaded by the end-user to be
processed in the Oracle SOA Suite. The XML files contain information
about employers and their employees. Because an employer can have
hundreds and even thousands of employees, these XML files can be quite
Processing such large XML files consumes a lot of memory and
can be a bottleneck especially when multiple end users are (more...)
Overview of Workshop
workshop will guide the participant through the installation of a
non-development environment for SOA and BPM Suite v12.2.1. This workshop
won’t cover the installation of the SOA Quickstart install, but the
installation of the production software. Some notable differences
between the Quickstart install and production bits are:
Quickstart installer doesn’t require an Oracle Database but uses a Java
Database. In order to use BAM, an Oracle Database is (more...)
implement, manage, and maintain a highly flexible service-oriented
computing infrastructure across your enterprise using the detailed
information in this Oracle Press guide. Written by an Oracle ACE
director, Oracle SOA Suite 12c Handbook uses a start-to-finish
case study to illustrate each concept and technique. Learn expert
techniques for designing and implementing components, assembling
composite applications, integrating Java, handling complex business
logic, and maximizing code reuse. Runtime administration, governance,
and security are covered in this (more...)
Wondering why you should register for the OTN Summit? Listen to Bob Rhubart, OTN Architect Community Manager and Javed Mohammed, OTN System Community Manager explain what their tracks will cover and why you should attend one of the OTN Summits coming up in July.
Middleware Track -
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A couple of months ago I did a presentation and decided to put the files up in github (https://github.com/karlarao/conference_eco2015) just because I wanted to move away from dropbox for my scripts and resources. Well, that was very convenient because the audience can just download the master zip file and that’s it! But then I figured I don’t want to have the next presentation on another repo and it would look pretty messy (more...)
There was a post last night on oracle-l on the topic of task/project/time management, and I’m a big fan of productivity hacks and the whole GTD idea or method http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Getting_Things_Done. The reason for adopting this method is I’ve been on consulting business my entire career and I always get swamped with a lot of work from multiple customers or research stuff and it’s really difficult to prioritize and focus without a system. The same (more...)
w00t! One compound word? Mind-boggling!
As a first time OOW participant, when I arrived at Moscone this morning, the sheer size, grandeur and general over-the-top-ness hit me like a brick. Seeing it in pics and on youtube is one thing but experiencing first hand...wow. KScope back in June was a family party in comparison! Which isn't a bad thing by the way
For me, Sunday was all about getting my bearings and participating - (more...)
Saturday was a rather quiet day. After having spent 2 hours on Friday night, trying to get the connectivity working in my hotel room, Friday started out with another almost 2 hours which culminated on a recabling of the room and replacement modem to finally get things working. After that I was able to put the finishing touches to my presentation.
Lunch was...american. Very american. Think 50s-type diner. Think chili-chedder-hot-dog. Think fries. LOVE IT! (more...)
Today is the 1st day of OOW for me, and there are a lot of cool stuff going on.
Later I’ll be doing an IOUG session at Moscone West talking about CPU on how to monitor and do capacity planning and sizing. This is a pretty interesting topic (more...)
I’ll be co-speaking with Tyler Muth at E4 and we will be talking about Performance Visualization… some of you may already know that I’m really a big fan of Tableau and just to give you an example on what the tool can do I’ve consolidated all the different viz that (more...)
I’ve been really busy lately doing a lot of stuff, and most of the time if I’m doing some intensive research on a topic I would just put them all in my braindump (wiki) so if you’ve been following this blog might as well subscribe on my wiki RSS because there are just a bunch of bits of research going-on (see this mindmap) and what usually happens is I put them all together to make an awesome presentation/white paper.
So this 2013.. I’ll be presenting at RMOUG, IOUG Collaborate, and KSCOPE 2013
If you’ll be at RMOUG next (more...)
This Monday Oct 1, 2:00-2:50PM I’ll be presenting at the OakTable World which used to be called as Oracle Closed World, this year it’s a full two-day conference with awesome speakers lineup and very interesting topics… you can just watch this video by Mogens Norgaard to know more about the roots of this very technical event.
My presentation title is “Where did my CPU go?” – monitoring & capacity planning adventures on a consolidated environment .. and If you love to hack the ASH and AWR data and curious about CPU capacity planning then you’re really going to enjoy (more...)
I’ll be co-speaking with Randy Johnson (one of the authors of Expert Oracle Exadata) at E4 to share about the war stories and detail on a bunch of technical stuff on a Peoplesoft and BIEE consolidation project we had on one of our clients. See the abstract below:
Randy Johnson & Karl Arao
A PeopleSoft & OBIEE Consolidation Success Story
In today’s competitive business climate companies are under constant pressure to reduce costs without sacrificing quality. Many companies see database and server consolidation as the key to meeting this goal. Since its introduction, Exadata has become the obvious choice for (more...)
In the next few days I’ll be at RMOUG 2012 training days! and I’ll be again presenting the topic so dear to my heart. Mining the AWR I’ve updated the material with a couple of new research and findings, some of them are as follows:
- CPU Wait (new metric in 11g Performance page)
- Latency issues on virtualized environments
So if you are attending the RMOUG training days, stop by at my session @ room 401 Thursday 9:45 am-10:45 am
There will also be a RAC Attack at the exhibition area so that must be fun
and don’t forget to follow (more...)