The brand NEW super fast SPARC T5 servers are available. The platform
is superb to run large SOA Suite environments or to consolidate your
whole middleware platform. Some performance advices, recommended for all
- Performance profile for SOA apps on Oracle Solaris 11
- BPEL (Fusion Order Demo) instances per second
Yesterday we announced the publication of the MySQL Connect Content Catalog.
We would like today to thank the MySQL Connect Content Committee members, and especially our external members, for their efforts helping us to build the best possible MySQL Connect program. The Call for Papers had generated a large (more...)
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OFM PS6 starter kit is now available from Global
Sales Engineering (GSE, formerly DSS). OFM Starter Kit provides a basic
foundation to design and develop middleware demos. It is based on plug
and play architecture and designed to use optimal hardware resources.
The starter kit is easily extendable (more...)
In just two weeks architects and others will gather at the Oracle Conference Center in Redwood Shores, CA for the first Oracle Technology Network Architect Day event of 2013. This event focuses on Cloud Computing, and features sessions specifically focused on real-world examples of the implementation of cloud computing.
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has completely transformed IT
from the time it was introduced well over a decade ago. Organizations
have been re-plumbing their infrastructure for reusability, efficiency
and gain and succeeding with it. Best practices have emerged and people
and technology have matured. We have got better at delivering (more...)
On May 29th, I presented our flagship Java EE 7 talk at the New York Java Special Interest Group. The NY Java SIG is the first Java User Group in existence (since September 1995) and is the largest Java User Group in North America.
The talk went very well - (more...)
2,819 people now follow OTN ArchBeat on Facebook. These are the Top 10 most popular items shared there for the week of June 16-22, 2013.
- Getting started with Java EE 7: Hands-on in 10 minutes | Lucas Jellema
Oracle ACE Director and prolific blogger Lucas Jellema offers his take on (more...)
If the five minute video I shared last week has whet your appetite for more, then this might be just what you are looking for!
same international team that has made that video - Andrew Dorman, Tanya
Williams, Carlos Casares, Joakim Suarez and James Calise – have also
The Oracle Applications User Experience team has created a program called Oracle UX Direct
to provide customers, partners, and consultants in the enterprise
industry with design best-practices and tools that they can leverage to
make their enterprise implementations more successful. Read the Voice of User Experience, or VoX, blog to (more...)
The latest release of Oracle Event Processing (OEP) is focused on the Big Data Integration = Fast Data.
New features include:
- Product artifact rename "Complex Event Processing" to “Event Processing”
- Parameterized OEP applications and libraries, with public metadata to document the application
- Big Data Integration (FAST DATA)
Thanks to Mark Foster from the A-Team. He published a series of Adaptive Case Management articles:
Case Management Part 1: An Introduction by Mark Foster
With the (more...)
If you run your SOA Suite on SPARC make sure you read the SOA Suite Tuning Guide for SPARC. The guide contains details about:
- Oracle SOA Suite BPEL Test Overview
- Oracle Service Bus Microbenchmark Test Overview
- Test Configuration
- Hardware Configuration
- Software Configuration
- Partitioning Using Oracle VM Server for SPARC
- Generalized (more...)
This seven part series is for architects, developers, and anyone who
is interested in better understanding the use, deployment, and best
practices for managing processes with Oracle BPM Suite 11g. By joining this series of seven Webcasts you will get information on use, deployment, and best practices.
BPM-related topics (more...)
2,688 people now follow OTN ArchBeat on Facebook. Here are the Top 10 items they've had an eye on for the week of June 9-15, 2013.
- Customization Lifecycle Management: Principles and Recommendations Explained | Richard Bingham
"Whilst the desire for tailored application products will forever remain strong, and the urgency (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...)
Oracle makes a habit of adding important functionality to minor patch
sets. In the recent 11G Release 2 Patch set 6 of Fusion middleware,
Oracle has added a milestone in the BPM stack, the Case management
functionality. Discussions around this topic had already been going for a
while, but finally (more...)
Today I would like to highlight a nice feature of the newest Oracle
BPM Suite Release. I am very happy that Oracle enriched the Suite with
certain Case Management functionalities that fit into the existing
Service Component Architecture (SCA). In the past month I already had
the chance to play (more...)
Service Oriented Architecture may not get the attention it used to
get, but it is still alive and kicking - and more important than ever.
latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast program features a panel discussion on the
State of Service Oriented Architecture. The panel for this conversation
consists of four (more...)