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  • YouTube: How to Style an AngularJS App on the Device

    - by Geertjan
    I installed the [email protected] plugin into NetBeans IDE 8 so that you can see the Android device that I held in my hand while doing the demo below. The demo shows the usage of the Terminal window to create an Ionic Framework application (from "tabs", which is one of the cool templates that the framework provides), i.e., that means I can use AngularJS to create a Cordova application out of the box, with many mobile-oriented components available out of the box. Then I deploy the app to the Chrome browser on Android, which means I can interact with it in NetBeans, e.g., for CSS styling and JavaScript debugging. In this demo, I show how the background color of the deployed app can be changed live from NetBeans. After that, once I'm happy with the styling, I deploy the app again, but this time as a Cordova app, i.e., a hybrid HTML5 application, which means the app is packaged as a native app and deployed directly to the device from NetBeans. All of the above can be viewed here in about 4 minutes in this silent movie: Direct link to the (silent) movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isP5TNI3kYk

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  • Ein starker Partner: Riverland Reply

    - by Alliances & Channels Redaktion
    Unsere Oracle Partner in Deutschland sind national und international erfolgreich im Geschäft und punkten bei ihren Kunden mit maßgeschneiderten Lösungen. Sie stehen für durchdachte, stimmige IT-Konzepte, hohe Service-Kompetenz und vor allem für konsequente Qualität. Dabei ist jeder Partner einzigartig: jeder hat sein eigenes Erfolgsrezept mit Oracle entwickelt, jeder verfügt über besondere Experten und eigene Business Values. Daher ist auch jeder Oracle Partner auf seine Weise spezialisiert. Hier wollen wir Ihnen in einer neuen Serie einige ausgewählte Partner vorstellen, die uns Einblicke in ihre Arbeit, ihre Strategie und in spezielle Kompetenzen sowie Referenzen im Oracle Umfeld geben. Heute spricht unser A&C Kollege Jens Schrepfer mit Herrn Alexander Doubek vom Partner Riverland Reply über dessen Erfolgsmodell. Film ab! &lt;/ifra<span id="XinhaEditingPostion"></span>

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  • Ein starker Partner: Riverland Reply

    - by Alliances & Channels Redaktion
    Unsere Oracle Partner in Deutschland sind national und international erfolgreich im Geschäft und punkten bei ihren Kunden mit maßgeschneiderten Lösungen. Sie stehen für durchdachte, stimmige IT-Konzepte, hohe Service-Kompetenz und vor allem für konsequente Qualität. Dabei ist jeder Partner einzigartig: jeder hat sein eigenes Erfolgsrezept mit Oracle entwickelt, jeder verfügt über besondere Experten und eigene Business Values. Daher ist auch jeder Oracle Partner auf seine Weise spezialisiert. Hier wollen wir Ihnen in einer neuen Serie einige ausgewählte Partner vorstellen, die uns Einblicke in ihre Arbeit, ihre Strategie und in spezielle Kompetenzen sowie Referenzen im Oracle Umfeld geben. Heute spricht unser A&C Kollege Jens Schrepfer mit Herrn Alexander Doubek vom Partner Riverland Reply über dessen Erfolgsmodell. Film ab!

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  • Elastic PaaS with WebLogic and OpenStack, part I

    - by Jernej Kaše
    In my previous blog I described the steps to get OpenStack on Solaris up and running. Now we'll explore how WebLogic and OpenStack can work together to deliver truly elastic Middleware Platform as a Service. Middleware / Platform as a Service goals First, let's define what PaaS should be : PaaS offerings facilitate the deployment of applications without the complexity of managing the underlying hardware and software and provisioning hosting capabilities. To break it down: - PaaS provides a complete platform for hosting solutions (Java EE, SOA, BPM, ...) - Infrastructure provisioning (virtual machine, OS, platform) and managing is hidden from the PaaS user [administrator or developer] - Additionally, PaaS could / should define target SLAs, and the platform should ensure the SLAs are meet automatically. PaaS use case To make it more tangible, we have an IT Administrator who has the requirement to deploy a Java EE enterprise application. The application is used by external users who need to submit reports by the end of each month. As a result, the number of concurrent users will fluctuate, with expected huge spikes around the end of each month. The SLA agreed by the management is that no more than 100 requests should be waiting to be processes at any given time. In addition, the IT admin has no more than 3 days to have the platform and the application operational. The Challenges Some of the challenges the IT Administrator is facing are: - how are we going to ensure the processing power? - how are we going to provision the (virtual) machines, Java EE platform and deploy the application? - how are we going to monitor the SLA? - how are we going to react to SLA, and increase capacity?  The Ideal Solution Ideally, the whole process should be automated, "set it and forget" and require no human interaction: - The vendor packages the solution as deployable image(s) - The images are deployed to the IaaS - From there, automated processes take care of SLA  Solution Architecture with WebLogic 12c, Dynamic Clusters, OpenStack & Solaris OracleSolaris provides OS and virtualisation through Solaris Zones OpenStack is a part of Solaris 11.2 and provides Cloud Management (console and API) WebLogic 12c with Dynamic Clusters provides the Platform Trafic Manager provides load balancing On top of out that, we are going to implement a small control script - Cloud Manager - which is going to monitor SLA through WebLogic Diagnostic Framework. In case there are more than 100 pending requests, the script will: - provision a new virtual machine based on image which is configured for the WebLogic domain - add the machine to WebLogic domain - Increase the number of servers in dynamic cluster - Start the newly provisioned server  Stay tuned for part II The hole solution with working demo will be presented in one of our Partner WebCasts in June, exact date TBA. Jernej Kaše is a Fusion Middleware Specialist working closely with Oracle Partners in the ECEMEA region to grow their business by leveraging Oracle technology.

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  • Java Day Tokyo 2014 ????????

    - by OTN-J Master
    5?22?(?)???????????????Java Day Tokyo 2014?????????????????Create the Future with Java??????Java?????????????????????Java???????????????????????????????????Java 8??Java 8????????(3?)??????????????????????????????????????? ¦ IoT?????Java-???????????????????????????Java?????????????????????????????? (????Nandini Ramani?Cameron Purdy?Simon Ritter)Nandini Ramani??Java SE?Java ME??Cameron Purdy?Java EE??Simon Ritter?Java????????????????????????????????????????????Java SE 8?????????????Oracle Java for MIPS(32???/64????)????????????????????????OTN?????????????????????????Java????????????????????????¦??????????????????IoT????????3????????????????????JavaOne 2013???????????????????????????????????????????????????????·Lego Mindstorms?????Stephen Chin(Java Technology Ambassador)???????????Lego Duke Segway????Lego Mindstorms??????????????????Duke???2????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????Duke Segway????????????????Duke?????????????????????????????????????????????? ·DukePadRaspberry Pi ??????Java SE Embedded?????????????????????????????????????JavaFX???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????(??????????????)????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ·Chess RobotDukePad????????????????????????????????????DukePad??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????¦Java???????2015??Java????20???????(?????????!)???Java?????????????????????????????????????????Java???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????¦Java Magazine ????Java????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Java 8 ?????????????????IoT???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Java????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Java Magazine????????????????????????????????????Java Magazine ????????OTN?????????Java????????????PDF??????eBook???????????????????? ??????????Facebook???:Java Day TokyoJava Day Tokyo 2013

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  • Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2014 - Early Bird Registration

    - by Cinzia Mascanzoni
      #OOW14 Sponsor Oracle OpenWorld » Exhibit at Oracle OpenWorld » Don’t Miss Out on Early Bird Savings Oracle OpenWorld 2014 is several months away. So why register now, partners? Savings. And availability. Register early and you can secure your spot and hotel room for the world’s largest business and technology conference. Plus, you’ll save on sessions, keynotes, entertainment, and networking opportunities. Register Now Just What You'd Expect from Oracle OpenWorld. And More. You’re probably attending the conference for the IT programs and networking opportunities. You’ll find a wide selection. And that’s just the start. Because Oracle OpenWorld is more than just IT. Check out and benefit from all the conference activities, including benefits specific for Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) at OPN Central @ OpenWorld, including: Oracle OpenWorld Keynote OPN Keynote OPN General Sessions OPN AfterDark Reception OPN Central @ OpenWorld OPN Lounge Access Save Even More As a Group Are you planning to register five or more people for Oracle OpenWorld 2014? If so, take advantage of our Group Pass Purchase. Register a Group Today! SponsorOracle OpenWorld Get maximum exposure for your brand Find out how » Exhibit atOracle OpenWorld Meet your customers and prospects face-to-face. Reserve a booth now » Register for Oracle OpenWorld Today Learn more about Oracle OpenWorld   #OOW14 Copyright © 2014, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Contact Us | Legal Notices and Terms of Use | Privacy Statement

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  • Oracle Database In-Memory Launch Featuring Larry Ellison – June 10

    - by Cinzia Mascanzoni
    For more than three-and-a-half decades, Oracle has defined database innovation. With our market-leading technologies, customers have been able to out-think and out-perform their competition. Soon they will be able to do that even faster. At a live launch event and simultaneous webcast, Larry Ellison will reveal the future of the database. Promote this strategic event to partners and customers. Registration for the live event begins at 5pm GMT, 6pm CET.

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  • Oracle Database In-Memory Launch - Featuring Larry Ellison - June 10 - Joint the live webcast!

    - by Javier Puerta
    For more than three-and-a-half decades, Oracle has defined database innovation. With our market-leading technologies, customers have been able to out-think and out-perform their competition. Soon they will be able to do that even faster. At a live launch event and simultaneous webcast, Larry Ellison will reveal the future of the database. Promote this strategic event to customers.  Watch Larry Ellison on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 19:00 – 20:30 a.m. CET  6:00 pm - 7:30 pm UK  Join the webcast here!

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  • Oracle Database In-Memory Launch - Featuring Larry Ellison - June 10 - Joint the webcast!

    - by Javier Puerta
    For more than three-and-a-half decades, Oracle has defined database innovation. With our market-leading technologies, customers have been able to out-think and out-perform their competition. Soon they will be able to do that even faster. At a live launch event and simultaneous webcast, Larry Ellison will reveal the future of the database. Promote this strategic event to customers.  Watch Larry Ellison on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 19:00 – 20:30 a.m. CET  6:00 pm - 7:30 pm UK  Join the webcast here!

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  • An Interesting Perspective on Oracle's Mobile Strategy

    - by Carlos Chang
    Oracle’s well known for being an acquisitive company. On average, I think we acquire about 1 company a month. (don’t quote me, I didn't run the numbers)  With all the excitement around mobile, mobile and wait for it… mobile, well, you know...what' s up with that? Well, just to be clear and quote Schultz from Hogan's Heroes "I know nothing! Nothing! "  But I did recently run across this blog by Kevin Benedict over at mobileenterprisestrategies.com covering this very topic, Oracle Mobility Emerges Prepared for the Future,  a little (fair use) snippet here:"History, however, may reward Oracle's patience.  While veteran mobile platform vendors (including SAP) have struggled to keep up with the fast changing market, R&D investment requirements, the fickle preferences of mobile developers, and the emergence of cloud-based mobile services, Oracle has kept their focus on supporting mobile developers with integration services and tools that extend their solutions out to mobile apps.”It’s an interesting read, and I would encourage you to check it out here.   BTW, if you’re a Twitter user, follow our new account @OracleMobile To the first ten thousand followers, I bequeath you my sincere virtual thanks and gratitude. :)  For the dedicated mobile blog, go to blogs.oracle.com/mobile.

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  • Oracle ADF and Simplified UI Apps: I18n Feng Shui on Display

    - by ultan o'broin
    I demoed the Hebrew language version of Oracle Sales Cloud Release 8 live in Israel recently. The crowd was yet again wowed by the simplified UI (SUI). I’ve now spent some time playing around with most of the 23 language versions, or the NLS (Natural Language Support) versions as we’d call them, available in Release 8. Hebrew Oracle Sales Cloud Release 8 The simplified UI is built using 100% Oracle ADF. This framework is a great solution for developers to productively build tablet-first, mobility-driven apps for users who work and live using natural languages other than English. Oracle ADF’s internationalization (i18n) relies on built-in Java and Unicode,  packing in i18n goodness such as Bi-Di (or bi-directional) flipping of pages, locale-enabled resource bundles, date and time support, and so on. Comparing German (left) and Hebrew Bi-Di (right) page components in the simplified UI. Note the change in the direction of the arrows and positions of the text. So, developers who need to build global apps don’t have to do anything special when using Oracle ADF components, all thanks to the baked-in UX Feng Shui, as Grant Ronald of the ADF team would say to the UK Oracle User Group. Find out more  about  ADF i18n from Frédéric Desbiens (@blueberrycoder)  on the ADF Architecture TV channel.

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  • Wearables and UX Innovation: En Español y Inglés

    - by ultan o'broin
    Good examples of Oracle's commitment to tech diversity and to innovation can be seen everywhere. Here's a couple of videos from the Oracle Applications User Experience (UX) team, featuring Sarahi Mireles (@sarahimireles) and Noel Portugal (@noelportugal) who work together on some very cool stuff. The videos are available on the Oracle Technology Network Architecture (OTNArchBeat) Community Video Channel on YouTube. Sarahi and Noel show you how cool people work together on some awesome innovations, worldwide. Sarahi Mireles showing off a Spanish language Pebble watch Facebook notification. The videos are in Spanish and English and feature the latest in wearable technology that the UX team is exploring and that UX team members themselves love to use. Check out what they have to say in your preferred language. Manos libres y vista al frente: Con el futuro puesto Heads Up and Hands Free: Wearing the Future Interested in knowing more or joining us? Find out more on Facebook about the Oracle Applications User Experience team and the Oracle Mexico Development Center.

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  • CRU??????????????????????????

    - by aiyoku
    ACS T&M ?????(CRU) ?????? ????·??????·?????·????(ACS)???ACS T&M ?????(CRU) ????????????? ???????????????·???????(Premier Support for Systems)???????????????????????????????????????????·?????·??????????????? ????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????·?????????????????????????????????ID??????????????????????????·??????????????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????·??????????????? ??:??????·??????????????????????????????????? (1664356.1)   ????????????????????? ???????????????????????????·????????????????????Oracle Hardware??Systems ????·?????????????????"Delivery Method Chart: Replacement Parts and Installation of Integrated Software Updates" ???????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????(?????????)?????????????????? ??????????????????????????????? Oracle System Handook ????????? ????Oracle System Handook????????????????????? ??????????? Full Component List ?????????????? Manufacturing Part # ?????????7039990 [C]??????Manufacturing Part #???? [C] ????????????????? [C] ????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????????·???????????·???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????   ??????? ????????????????????????????????????????????

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  • WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter May 2014

    - by JuergenKress
    Dear WebLogic Partner Community member, Registration for the Fusion Middleware Summer Camps 2014 is open – Register asap for one of our bootcamps August 4th – 8th 2014 in Lisbon. Please read details and pre-requisitions careful before you register. We expect that like in the past, the conference will be booked out soon! Thanks to you our WebLogic Specialized Partners Oracle is #1 for Worldwide Market-Share Total Software Revenue in the Application Platform Market Segment for 2013. Want to know why, get the new recipes for Oracle WebLogic 12.1.2. Looking for the right server to run WebLogic – try WebLogic on Oracle Database Appliance 2.9. Want to install WebLogic - Play around with WebLogic Maven Plug-In. Thanks for sharing all the additional WebLogic articles within the community: How to use NodeManager to control WebLogic Servers & Retrieving WebLogic Server Name and Port in ADF Application & Glassfish to WebLogic Migration & Advanced GPIO & Building Robots with Java Embedded & Quick & Dirty How-to Guide: Install GlassFish 4 on Raspberry Pi & New Release: Java Micro Edition (ME) 8. In our Development tool section Frank published Development - Performance and Tuning - Overview in the latest ADF Architecture TV channel. Many of our clients run forms applications, make sure you run it on WebLogic. Thanks for sharing all the additional development tool articles within the community: Using Oracle WebLogic 12c with NetBeans IDE & Consuming SOAP Service & Check Box Support in ADF Query & New release of the ADF EMG Audit Rules & Working with the Array Data Type in a Table & ADF client-side architecture - Select All & Book Review: NetBeans Platform for Beginners See you in Lisbon! To read the complete newsletter please visit http://tinyurl.com/WebLogicNewsMay2014 (OPN Account required) To become a member of the WebLogic Partner Community please register at http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Wiki Technorati Tags: WebLogic Community newsletter,newsletter,WebLogic,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Oracle Solaris at the OpenStack Summit in Atlanta

    - by Glynn Foster
    I had the fortune of attending my 2nd OpenStack summit in Atlanta a few weeks ago and it turned out to be a really excellent event. Oracle had many folks there this time around across a variety of different engineering teams - Oracle Solaris, Oracle ZFSSA, Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and more. Really great to see continuing momentum behind the project and we're very happy to be involved. Here's a list of the highlights that I had during the summit: The operators track was a really excellent addition, with a chance for users/administrators to voice their opinions based on experiences. Really good to hear how OpenStack is making businesses more agile, but also equally good to hear about some of the continuing frustrations they have (fortunately many of them are new and being addressed). Seeing this discussion morph into a "Win the enterprise" working group is also very pleasing. Enjoyed Troy Toman's keynote (Rackspace) about designing a planet scale cloud OS and the interoperability challenges ahead of us. I've been following some of the discussion around DefCore for a bit and while I have some concerns, I think it's mostly heading in the right direction. Certainly seems like there's a balance to strike to ensure that this effects the OpenStack vendors in such a way as to avoid negatively impacting our end users. Also enjoyed Toby Ford's keynote (AT&T) about his desire for a NVF (Network Function Virtualization) architecture. What really resonated was also his desire for OpenStack to start addressing the typical enterprise workload, being less like cattle and more like pets. The design summit was, as per usual, pretty intense for - definitely would get more value from these if I knew the code base a little better. Nevertheless, attended some really great sessions and got a better feeling of the roadmap for Juno. Markus Flierl gave a great presentation (see below) at the demo theatre for what we're doing with OpenStack on Oracle Solaris (and more widely at Oracle across different products). Based on the discussions that we had at the Oracle booth, there's a huge amount of interest there and we talked to some great customers during the week about their thoughts and directions in this respect. Undoubtedly Atlanta had some really good food. Highlights were the smoked ribs and brisket and the SweetWater brewing company. That said, I also loved the fried chicken, fried green tomatoes and collared greens, and wonderful hosting of "big momma" at Pitty Pat's Porch. Couldn't quite bring myself to eat biscuits and gravy in the morning though. Visiting the World of Coca-Cola just before flying out. A total brain washing exercise, but very enjoyable. And very much liked Beverly (contrary to many other opinions on the internet) - but then again, I'd happily drink tonic water every day of the year... Looking forward to Paris in November!

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  • New Solaris 11.2 beta features: SMF stencils

    - by user13366125
    As much as there is often a lot discussion about configuration items inside the SMF repository (like the hostname), it brings an important advantage: It introduces the concept of dependencies to configuration changes. What services have be restarted when i change a configuration item. Do you remember all the services that are dependent on the hostname and need a restart after changing it? SMF solves this by putting the information about dependencies into it configuration. You define it with the manifests. However, as much configuration you may put into SMF, most applications still insists to get it's configuration inside the traditional configuration files, like the resolv.conf for the resolver or the puppet.conf for Puppet. So you need a way to take the information out of the SMF repository and generate a config file with it. In the past the way to do so, was some scripting inside the start method that generated the config file before the service started. Solaris 11.2 offers a new feature in this area. It introduces a generic method to enable you to create config files from SMF properties. It's called SMF stencils. (read more)

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  • Oracle Database In-Memory: Launch in Frankfurt

    - by Carsten Czarski
    Diesmal gibt es etwas Altes ... und etwas Neues. Zuerst das Neue: Am 11. Juni wird Larry Ellison in Redwood Shores die neue, bahnbrechende Oracle Database In-Memory Funktionalität vorstellen. Mit dieser neuen Technologie profitieren Kunden von beschleunigter Datenbankleistung für Analytics, Data Warehousing, Reporting und Online Transaction Processing (OLTP). Nur 6 Tage später - am 17. Juni -  findet, in Frankfurt, der einzige europäische Launch-Event statt. Neben Fachvorträgen, Panelveranstaltung und Demos wird ein Vortrag von Andy Mendelsohn, Head of Database Product Development, vorgesehen. Melden Sie sich heute noch an. Und hier ist das Alte: Wer erinnert sich noch die die HTML DB ...? In den Archiven der APEX Community Seite haben wir ein Video gefunden, welches zeigt, wie man Seiten in der HTML DB für andere Entwickler sperren konnte. Das gibt es heute übrigens auch noch - es sieht nur etwas anders aus. Viel Spaß beim Ansehen.

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  • Oracle Database 12c: Partner Material

    - by Thanos Terentes Printzios
    Oracle Database 12c offers the latest innovation from Oracle Database Server Technologies with a new Multitenant Architecture, which can help accelerate database consolidation and Cloud projects. The primary resource for Partners on Database 12c is of course the Oracle Database 12c Knowledge Zone where you can get up to speed on the latest Database 12c enhancements so you can sell, implement and support this. Resources and material on Oracle Database 12c can be found all around Oracle.com, but even hidden in AR posters like the one on the left. Here are some additional resources for you Oracle Database 12c: Interactive Quick Reference is a multimedia tool for various terms and concepts used in the Oracle Database 12c release. This reference was built as a multimedia web page which provides descriptions of the database architectural components, and references to relevant documentation. Overall, is a nice little tool which may help you quickly to find a view you are searching for or to get more information about background processes in Oracle Database 12c. Use this tool to find valuable information for any complex concept or product in an intuitive and useful manner. Oracle Database 12c Learning Library contains several technical traininings (2-day DBA, Multitenant Architecture, etc) but also Videos/Demos, Learning Paths by Role and a lot more. Get ready and become an Oracle Database 12c Specialized Partner with the Oracle Database 12c Specialization for Partners. Review the Specialization Criteria, your company status and apply for an Oracle Database 12c Specialization. Access our OPN training repository to get prepared for the exams. "Oracle Database 12c: Plug into the Cloud!"  Marketing Kit includes a great selection of assets to help Oracle partners in their marketing activities to promote solutions that leverage all the new features of Oracle Database 12c. In the package you will find assets (templates, invitation texts, presentations, telemarketing script,...) to be used for your demand generation activities; a full set of presentations with the value propositions for customers; and Sales Enablement and Sales Support material. Review here and start planning your marketing activities around Database 12c. Oracle Database 12c Quick Reference Guide (PDF) and Oracle Database 12c – Partner FAQ (PDF) Partners that need further assistance with Database 12c can always contact us at partner.imc-AT-beehiveonline.oracle-DOT-com or locally address one the Oracle ECEMEA Partner Hubs for assistance.

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  • DNS client configuration steps in Oracle Solaris 11

    - by Gurubalan
    This guide covers Quick how to configure DNS client on Solaris 11. DNS client configuration in Solaris 11 is based on SMF service rather than file based. When you configure a system as DNS client, you will be performing the following two configurations. I. DNS client setup II. Configure Name service switch to use DNS I. DNS client setup 1. Configure using SMF service network/dns/client # svccfg -s network/dns/clientsvc:/network/dns/client> setprop config/search = astring: ("test.com" "service.test.com")svc:/network/dns/client> setprop config/nameserver = net_address: (192.168.10.10 192.168.10.11)svc:/network/dns/client> exit 2.  Enable the DNS client service (when you configure it for the first time) #svccfg enable -r dns/client 3. Restart/Refresh DNS client service (It is done when there is any update to the configuration) #svccfg refresh dns/client #svccfg restart dns/client 4. Verify /etc/resolv.conf if it is updated with the changes. # more /etc/resolv.conf ## _AUTOGENERATED_FROM_SMF_V1_## WARNING: THIS FILE GENERATED FROM SMF DATA.#   DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE.  EDITS WILL BE LOST.# See resolv.conf(4) for details.search               test.com service.test.comnameserver      192.168.10.10nameserver      192.168.10.11 --- II.  Configuring Name service switch to use DNS 1. Configure using SMF service  system/name-service/switch # svccfg -s system/name-service/switchsvc:/system/name-service/switch> setprop config/host = astring: "files dns"svc:/system/name-service/switch>exit 2.  Restart/Refresh name-service/switch service #svccfg refresh name-service/switch #svccfg restart  name-service/switch 3. Verfiy host entry in /etc/nsswitch.conf  is updated with dns. # more /etc/nsswitch.conf## _AUTOGENERATED_FROM_SMF_V1_## WARNING: THIS FILE GENERATED FROM SMF DATA.#   DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE.  EDITS WILL BE LOST.# See nsswitch.conf(4) for details.passwd: filesgroup:  fileshosts:  files dnsipnodes:        files dns . --- PS: Thank you ollasi for your motivation behind the screen.

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  • The ABC of Front End Web Development

    - by Geertjan
    And here it is, the long awaited "ABC" of front end web development, in which the items I never knew existed until I was looking to fill the gaps link off to the sites where more info can be found on them. A is for Android and AngularJS B is for Backbone.js and Bower C is for CSS and Cordova D is for Docker E is for Ember.js and Ext JS F is for Frisby.js G is for Grunt H is for HTML I is for Ionic and iPhone J is for JavaScript, Jasmine, and JSON K is for Knockout.js and Karma L is for LESS M is for Mocha N is for NetBeans and Node.js O is for "Oh no, my JS app is unmaintainable!" P is for PHP, Protractor, and PhoneGap Q is for Queen.js R is for Request.js S is for SASS, Selenium, and Sublime T is for TestFairy U is for Umbrella V is for Vaadin W is for WebStorm X is for XML Y is for Yeoman Z is for Zebra

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  • Prevent Looping and Inefficient Rule Executions by C2B2

    - by JuergenKress
    This recipe, taken from the recently published Oracle SOA Suite 11g Performance Cookbook gives guidance on how to avoid rule executions that will loop, potentially indefinitely! We’ll use an inbound XML fact and a local RL fact as an example. Getting ready You’ll need access to a SOA composite containing an Oracle Business Rules component in JDeveloper to apply this recipe. We’ll assume you have an XSD schema with an input type RequestInput containing input and bonus String types, and output String value called output in a type ResponseOutput. These aren’t efficient but serve as an example. We’ll step through adding a rule to a composite and creating an RL fact. How to do it... Open a SOA composite. Right click on the Project and select Business Rules (Service Components), use the search box if it is not immediately available. Give the rule a name and click the green plus icon to add the RequestInput to the input and ResponseOutput to the output types. Read the complete article here. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Wiki Technorati Tags: C2B2,looping,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Additional new material WebLogic Community

    - by JuergenKress
    Update: Commercially Supported GlassFish VersionsAquarium blogger David Delabassee shares background information and links to where you can download the recently released GlassFish Server Bundle Patch 3.1.2.8. Read the article. Announcing WebLogic on Oracle Database Appliance 2.7Oracle WebLogic Server on Oracle Database Appliance 2.7 offers a complete solution for building and deploying enterprise Java EE applications in a fully integrated system of software, servers, storage, and networking that delivers highly available database and WebLogic services. Learn more. APAC Partner iDay: What's New in Oracle WebLogic, 8-Apr 12 noon SG/2pm AEDT/9:30 IST - Invite your Partners - Register Virtual Developer Conference:  Creating a Foundation for Cloud Applications using Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Coherence - OnDemand Webcast: WebLogic Configuration using Chef and Puppet - On-Demand Podcast Series: Part 3 - Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Database Integration - Podcast Coherence*Web: Sharing an httpSession Among Applications in Different Oracle WebLogic Clusters SOA solution architect Jordi Villena shows how easy it is to extend Coherence*Web to enable session sharing. Read the article. Multi-Factor Authentication in Oracle WebLogic Using multi-factor authentication to protect web applications deployed on Oracle WebLogic. Read the article. Video: Coherence Community on Java.net - 4 Projects available under CDDL-1.0 Brian Oliver (Senior Principal Solutions Architect, Oracle Coherence) and Randy Stafford (Architect At-Large, Oracle Coherence Product Development) discuss the evolution of the Oracle Coherence Community on Java.net and how you can actively participate in open source Coherence Community projects. Watch the video. Working with Oracle Security Token Service in an Architecture Involving Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Service Bus Oracle Fusion Middleware specialist Ronaldo Fernandes takes you step by step through the process of creating a single sign-on between Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Service Bus using Oracle Security Token Service (OSTS) to generate SAML tokens. Read the article. WebLogic Partner Community For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Wiki Technorati Tags: WebLogic,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress,

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  • Common SOA Problems by C2B2

    - by JuergenKress
    SOA stands for Service Oriented Architecture and has only really come together as a concrete approach in the last 15 years or so, although the concepts involved have been around for longer. Oracle SOA Suite is based around the Service Component Architecture (SCA) devised by the Open SOA collaboration of companies including Oracle and IBM. SCA, as used in SOA suite, is designed as a way to crystallise the concepts of SOA into a standard which ensures that SOA principles like the separation of application and business logic are maintained. Orchestration or Integration? A common thing to see with many people who are beginning to either build a new SOA based infrastructure, or move an old system to be service oriented, is confusion in the purpose of SOA technologies like BPEL and enterprise service buses. For a lot of problems, orchestration tools like BPEL or integration tools like an ESB will both do the job and achieve the right objectives; however it’s important to remember that, although a hammer can be used to drive a screw into wood, that doesn’t mean it’s the best way to do it. Service Integration is the act of connecting components together at a low level, which usually results in a single external endpoint for you to expose to your customers or other teams within your organisation – a simple product ordering system, for example, might integrate a stock checking service and a payment processing service. Process Orchestration, however, is generally a higher level approach whereby the (often externally exposed) service endpoints are brought together to track an end-to-end business process. This might include the earlier example of a product ordering service and couple it with a business rules service and human task to handle edge-cases. A good (but not exhaustive) rule-of-thumb is that integrations performed by an ESB will usually be real-time, whereas process orchestration in a SOA composite might comprise processes which take a certain amount of time to complete, or have to wait pending manual intervention. BPEL vs BPMN For some, with pre-existing SOA or business process projects, this decision is effectively already made. For those embarking on new projects it’s certainly an important consideration for those using Oracle SOA software since, due to the components included in SOA Suite and BPM Suite, the choice of which to buy is determined by what they offer. Oracle SOA suite has no BPMN engine, whereas BPM suite has both a BPMN and a BPEL engine. SOA suite has the ESB component “Mediator”, whereas BPM suite has none. Decisions must be made, therefore, on whether just one or both process modelling languages are to be used. The wrong decision could be costly further down the line. Design for performance: Read the complete article here. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Wiki Technorati Tags: C2B2,SOA best practice,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance (OVCA) Launch Channel Update Webcast - May 28

    - by Giuseppe Facchetti
    Join us for an Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance (OVCA) launch update for the channel.This training webcast is a follow up to the OVCA launch on April 16. We will provide a brief product overview of OVCA followed by some great OPN program content, resell criteria, OPN Incentive Program and Demo Equipment Program details. There will be two sessions to accommodate each region. Additionally, don't miss the latest Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance article packed with great information!

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  • Mobile Suite introduction video

    - by JuergenKress
    Easily create and deliver engaging user experiences for the enterprise on one secure platform, for any device, on any application, and any data. At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) you can find the an overview video MobileSuiteIntroduction.mp4. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Wiki Technorati Tags: mobile integration,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress,mobile suite

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