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  • Is a degree in Industrial engineering helpful for programmers

    - by Shailesh Tainwala
    Hi, I am currently pursuing my MS in Software Engineering. I am considering the option of doing a part time programme in Industrial Engineering as most of the courses (Operations Research, Accountancy, Business Process etc) are those that I do not have any knowledge in. Is there a requirement in the industry for people with such qualifications? My long term career goal is to manage software projects that enable clients to increase productivity.

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  • CISDI Cloud - Industrial Cloud Computing Platform based on Oracle Products

    - by Wenyu Duan
    In today's era, Cloud Computing is becoming integral to the vision and corporate strategy of leading organizations and is often seen as a key business driver to achieve growth and innovation. Headquartered in Chongqing, China, CISDI Engineering Co., Ltd. is a large state-owned engineering company, offering consulting, engineering design, EPC contracting, and equipment integration services to steel producers all over the world. With over 50 years of experience, CISDI offers quality services for every aspect of production for projects in the metal industry and the company has evolved into a leading international engineering service group with 18 subsidiaries providing complete lifecycle for E&C projects. CISDI group delegation led by Mr. Zhaohui Yu, CEO of CISDI Group, Mr. Zhiyou Li, CEO of CISDI Info, Mr. Qing Peng, CTO of CISDI Info and Mr. Xin Xiao, Head of CISDI Info's R&D joined Oracle OpenWorld 2012 and presented a very impressive cloud initiative case in their session titled “E&C Industry Solution in CISDI Cloud - An Industrial Cloud Computing Platform Based on Oracle Products”. CISDI group plans to expand through three phases in the construction of its cloud computing platform: first, it will relocate its existing technologies to Oracle systems, along with establishing private cloud for CISDI; secondly, it will gradually provide mixed cloud services for its subsidiaries and partners; and finally it plans to launch an industrial cloud with a highly mature, secure and scalable environment providing cloud services for customers in the engineering construction and steel industries, among others. “CISDI Cloud” will become the growth engine for the organization to expand its global reach through online services and achieving the strategic objective of being the preferred choice of E&C companies worldwide. The new cloud computing platform is designed to provide access to the shared computing resources pool in a self-service, dynamic, elastic and measurable way. It’s flexible and scalable grid structure can support elastic expansion and sustainable growth, and can bring significant benefits in speed, agility and efficiency. Further, the platform can greatly cut down deployment and maintenance costs. CISDI delegation highlighted these points as the key reasons why the group decided to have a strategic collaboration with Oracle for building this world class industrial cloud - - Oracle’s strategy: Open, Complete and Integrated - Oracle as the only company who can provide engineered system, with complete product chain of hardware and software - Exadata, Exalogic, EM 12c to provide solid foundation for "CISDI Cloud" The cloud blueprint and advanced architecture for industrial cloud computing platform presented in the session shows how Oracle products and technologies together with industrial applications from CISDI can provide end-end portfolio of E&C industry services in cloud. CISDI group was recognized for business leadership and innovative solutions and was presented with Engineering and Construction Industry Excellence Award during Oracle OpenWorld.

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  • WebCenter Customer Spotlight: Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial

    - by me
    Author: Peter Reiser - Social Business Evangelist, Oracle WebCenter  Solution SummaryInstituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial (IMPI) is a decentralized  federal agency with the goals of protecting and ensuring awareness of industrial property rights in Mexico. IMPI  business objectives were to increase efficiency, improve client service, accelerate services to the public and reduce paper use by digitizing management of necessary documentation for patent and trademark submissions and approvals. IMPI  implemented  Oracle WebCenter Content to develop electronic inquiry service by digitizing and managing documents and a public Web site making patent-related information easily available online. With the implemented solution IMPI increased the number of monthly inquires from 200 in person consultations to 80,000 electronic consultations and the number of trademark record inquiries from 30,000 to 300,000. Company OverviewInstituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial (IMPI) is a decentralized federal agency with the goals of protecting and ensuring awareness of industrial property rights in Mexico. IMPI is responsible for registering and publicizing inventions, distinctive signs, trademarks, and patents. In addition to its Mexico City headquarters, IMPI has five regional offices.  Business Challenges IMPI  business objectives were to increase efficiency by automating internal operations and patent and trademark-related procedures and services, improve client service by simplifying patent and trademark procedures, accelerate services to the public and reduce paper use by digitizing management of necessary documentation for patent and trademark submissions and approvals. Solution DeployedIMPI worked with Oracle Consulting to implement Oracle WebCenter Content to develop electronic inquiry service - services that were previously provided in person only - by digitizing and managing documents. They use Oracle Database 11g, Enterprise Edition to manage data for all mission-critical systems, automating patent and trademark transactions, providing consistent, readily available, and accurate data. IMPI developed a Web site to support newly digitized information with simple and flexible interfaces, making patent-related information easily available online to the public. Business ResultsWith the implemented solution IMPI increased the number of monthly inquires  from 200 in person consultations to 80,000 electronic consultations and the number of trademark record inquiries from 30,000 to 300,000. “Oracle WebCenter Content structure is unique. It lets us separately manage communication with other applications and databases, and performs content management itself. It’s a stable tool, at an appropriate cost, that lets us develop and provide reliable electronic services.” Eugenio Ponce de León, Divisional Director of Systems and Technology, Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial Additional Information Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Customer Snapshot Oracle WebCenter Content

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  • Oracle Industrial Manufacturing Forum, Nov 8, W Hotel-Chicago

    - by Stephen Slade
    As global markets mature and new customer segments emerge, top industrial manufacturers are restructuring their businesses for growth. Oracle's annual Industrial Manufacturing Forum was created to help these companies focus on revolutionizing product and service innovation, maximize organizational performance, and deliver exceptional customer experiences. Key themes of this year's event are redefining "Lean," transforming service, and modernizing the manufacturing enterprise.  This informative forum will be held at the W Hotel and include a Keynote from Eaton's VP of IT who led the firm through a dramatic supply chain transformation. This jouney led Eaton to win the Manufacturer of the Year award in 2011 from Managing Automation/Manufacturing Executive publication. Other featured presentations include:  Value of BI Applications & EAM Analytics for Industrial Manufacturing: Regal Beloit,  Sales & Operating Planning: GE Healthcare,   Advanced Financial Controls/Leveraging Change Controls: Eaton,   Customer Experience (CX): Pella,  Creating The Strategic Service Chain: Entercoms Register today at: MANUFACTURING_FORUM Oracle Industrial Manufacturing ForumThursday, November 8, 2012 9:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. W Hotel City Center172 West Adams Street, Chicago, IL 60603 Click here to register now or call 1.800.820.5592 ext. 10954.

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  • Understanding Service Compensation part of Industrial SOA series

    - by JuergenKress
    Some of the most important SOA design patterns that we have successfully applied in projects will be described in this article. These include the Compensation pattern and the UI mediator pattern, the Common Data Format pattern and the Data Access pattern. All of these patterns are included in Thomas Erl's book, "SOA Design Patterns", and are presented here in detail, together with our practical experiences. We begin our "best of" SOA pattern collection with the Compensation pattern. Compensation is required in error situations in an SOA, as multiple atomic service operations cannot generally be linked with classic transactions this would violate the principle of loose coupling. An error situation of this sort will occur, particularly if service operations are combined into processes or new services during orchestration or by applying the Composite pattern, and the transaction bracket has to be expanded as a result. We need mechanisms to undo the effects of individual services (the status changes in the overall system) and to ensure that a consistent system state is maintained at all times, so as to preserve system integrity. For the Compensation pattern, we would like to address the following questions: Why is compensation important in relation to SOA? How is the topic of compensation linked with the topic of transactions? What are the challenges with regard to compensation... Read the full article in the Service Technology Magazine or at OTN. Share your comments and feedback on the Industrial SOA series by using the hashtag #industrialsoa. Missed an article of the Industrial SOA series visit the overview at OTN. 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 Mix Forum Technorati Tags: Industrial SOA,SOA,SOA Service Compensation,Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Industrial Manufacturing Industry Trends and Challenges

    Mr. Lorne Jones, Senior Director of Oracle's Global Manufacturing Strategy and Marketing practice, talks with Fred about the challenges industrial manufacturing companies face, and Oracle's expertise in supporting their Lean enterprise initiatives with Oracle enterprise solutions.

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  • ASP.NET MVC WebService - Security for Industrial Android Clients

    - by Chris Nevill
    I'm trying to design a system that will allow a bunch of Android devices to securely log into an ASP.NET MVC REST Web service. At present neither side are implemented. However there is an ASP.NET MVC website which the web service will site along side. This is currently using forms authentication. The idea will be that the Android devices will download data from the web service and then be able to work offline storing data in their own local databases, where users will be able to make updates to that data, and then syncing updates back to the main server where possible. The web service will be using HTTPS to prevent calls being intercepted and reduce the risk of calls being intercepted. The system is an industrial system and will not be in used by the general Android population. Instead only authorized Android devices will be authorized by the Web Service to make calls. As such I was thinking of using the Android devices serial number as a username and then a generated long password which the device will be able to pick up - once the device has been authorized server side. The device will also have user logins - but these will not be to log into the web service - just the device itself - since the device and user must be able to work offline. So usernames and passwords will be downloaded and stored on the devices themselves. My question is... what form of security is best setup on the web service? Should it use forms Authentication? Should the username and password just be passed in with each GET/POST call or should it start a session as I have with the website? The Android side causes more confusion. There seems to be a number of options here Spring-Android, Volley, Retrofit, LoopJ, Robo Spice which seems to use the aforementioned Spring, Retrofit or Google HttpClient. I'm struggling to find a simple example which authenticates with a forms based authentication system. Is this because I'm going about this wrong? Is there another option that would better suite this?

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  • Renault under threat from industrial espionage, intellectual property the target

    - by Simon Thorpe
    Last year we saw news of both General Motors and Ford losing a significant amount of valuable information to competitors overseas. Within weeks of the turn of 2011 we see the European car manufacturer, Renault, also suffering. In a recent news report, French Industry Minister Eric Besson warned the country was facing "economic war" and referenced a serious case of espionage which concerns information pertaining to the development of electric cars. Renault senior vice president Christian Husson told the AFP news agency that the people concerned were in a "particularly strategic position" in the company. An investigation had uncovered a "body of evidence which shows that the actions of these three colleagues were contrary to the ethics of Renault and knowingly and deliberately placed at risk the company's assets", Mr Husson said. A source told Reuters on Wednesday the company is worried its flagship electric vehicle program, in which Renault with its partner Nissan is investing 4 billion euros ($5.3 billion), might be threatened. This casts a shadow over the estimated losses of Ford ($50 million) and General Motors ($40 million). One executive in the corporate intelligence-gathering industry, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said: "It's really difficult to say it's a case of corporate espionage ... It can be carelessness." He cited a hypothetical example of an enthusiastic employee giving away too much information about his job on an online forum. While information has always been passed and leaked, inadvertently or on purpose, the rise of the Internet and social media means corporate spies or careless employees are now more likely to be found out, he added. We are seeing more and more examples of where companies like these need to invest in technologies such as Oracle IRM to ensure such important information can be kept under control. It isn't just the recent release of information into the public domain via the Wikileaks website that is of concern, but also the increasing threats of industrial espionage in cases such as these. Information rights management doesn't totally remove the threat, but abilities to control documents no matter where they exist certainly increases the capabilities significantly. Every single time someone opens a sealed document the IRM system audits the activity. This makes identifying a potential source for a leak much easier when you have an absolute record of every person who's had access to the documents. Oracle IRM can also help with accidental or careless loss. Often people use very sensitive information all the time and forget the importance of handling it correctly. With the ability to protect the information from screen shots and prevent people copy and pasting document information into social networks and other, unsecured documents, Oracle IRM brings a totally new level of information security that would have a significant impact on reducing the risk these organizations face of losing their most valuable information.

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  • Having MSc or Experience worth in industrial environments?

    - by Abimaran
    I'm a fresh graduate in Electronic & Telecommunication field, and in our University, we can have major and minor fields in the relevant subjects. So, I majored in telecommunication and minored in Software Engineering. As I learned programing long before, Now I'm passionate in SE and programming. And, I want drive into the SE field. And, It came to know that, in industries, most of them expecting the candidates to have the experience, or having a MSc in the related field. [I'm referring my surrounding environment, not all the industries]. My Question, How do they consider those MSc and experience guys in the industries? Thanks!

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  • Industrial strength cloud file storage

    - by ArthurG
    I'm looking for an industrial strength cloud file storage system. It will be used by multiple people in a startup. Our requirements: Transparent file system access: files and folders in the file system must be able transparently access (read and write) files in the cloud; files must be synchronized whenever network access is available and buffered otherwise. The system must be usable by non-technical people. Access control: we need to control who can access which files, at least on a very coarse basis. e.g., the developers will be able to access the system design documents, only the corporate folks can access recruiting documents, and only management can access certain corporate documents. Dropbox provides this via Sharing folders, but that's not adequate, if I understand it correctly, because there's no authentication of the sharing user. so the cloud service should have a notion of an account (our startup) with multiple users with distinct credentials and rights for each user Clients: it must be accessible from Macs and PCs; I would hope that it supports Linux (e.g., Ubuntu) too Security: it must provide robust security Backup: the cloud service must reliably backup the files Versioning: change version history, is a big plus, but not required Not free: we're willing to pay for the service So far, we've reviewed the following, albeit not completely thoroughly: Dropbox: has all except 1) Access control, which is provided via Sharing folders, but that's not adequate, if I understand it correctly, because there's no authentication of the sharing user. and 2) Security, as discussed here http://www.economist.com/blogs/babbage/2011/05/internet_security and here http://blog.dropbox.com/?p=821. Windows Live Mesh, has all except 1) Clients, only supporting Windows 7 and OS X. SpiderOak has all, except 1) Transparent file system access, which is only available for 1 user. Amazon Cloud, doesn't offer 1) Transparent file system access Rackspace Cloud Drive has all except 1) Access control and 2) Versioning I'll gladly include any clarifications or additional systems the community provides. Arthur

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  • What is the difference between industrial development and open source development?

    - by Ida
    Intuitively, I think open source development should be much more "casual" than industrial development process (like in Microsoft). Because for OSS development: Duty separation is not that strict than in big companies (maybe developers == testers in open source development?) People come in and out of the open source community, much more frequently than in big companies However, above are just my guesses. I really want to know more about the major difference between the open source and industrial development. Is their division of duty totally different (e.g., is there a leader/manager-like role in open source development?)? Maybe it is their communication style that differs a lot? Or their workflow? Please share your opinions. Thanks a lot!

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  • What relationship do software Scrum or Lean have to industrial engineering concepts like theory of constraints?

    - by DeveloperDon
    In Scrum, work is delivered to customers through a series of sprints in which project work is time boxed to a fixed number of days or weeks, usually 30 days. In lean software development, the goal is to deliver as soon as possible, permitting early feedback for the next iteration. Both techniques stress the importance of workflow in which software work product does not accumulate in development awaiting release at some future date. Both permit new or refined requirements and feedback from QA and customers to be acted on with as little delay as possible based on priority. A few years ago I heard a lecture where the speaker talked briefly about a family of concepts from industrial engineering called theory of constraints. In the factory, they use an operations model based on three components: drum, buffer, and rope. The drum synchronizes work product as it flows through the system. Buffers that protect the system by holding output from one stage as it waits to be consumed by the next. The rope pulls product from one work station to the next. Historically, are these ideas part of the heritage of Scrum and Lean, or are they on a separate track? It we wanted to think about Scrum and Lean in terms of drum-buffer-rope, what are the parts? Drum = {daily scrum meeting, monthly release)? Buffer = {burn down list, source control system)? Rope = { daily meeting, constant integration server, monthly releases}? Industrial engineers define work flow in terms of different kinds of factories. I-Factories: straight pipeline. One input, one output. A-Factories: many inputs and one output. V-Factories: one input, many output products. T-Plants: many inputs, many outputs. If it applies, what kind of factory is most like Scrum or Lean and why?

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  • Having MSc or Bsc with Experience, whats worth in industrial environments?

    - by Abimaran
    I'm a fresh graduate in Electronic & Telecommunication field, and in our University, we can have major and minor fields in the relevant subjects. So, I majored in telecommunication and minored in Software Engineering. As I learned programing long before, Now I'm passionate in SE and programming. And, I want drive into the SE field. And, It came to know that, in industries, most of them expecting the candidates to have the Bsc + experience of two+ years, or having a MSc in the related field. [I'm referring my surrounding environment, not all the industries]. My Question, How do they consider those MSc and BSc + experience guys in the industries? IMO, having MSc is great assert with comparing to have experience. Because, in the industry, you can drive in a particular technology (Java, .Net or some thing else), not all, and with MSc, we can get the domain knowledge, not a particular technology! Thanks!

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  • Why does Ubuntu only detect one USB LAN adapters at a time?

    - by EGO
    I try to connect real switch with my computer for an exam preparation, for this purpose I need more than one LAN cards, and there is only one built in LAN card in my computer. So, to get more LAN cards, I bought 4 USB Ethernet adapters (as I have 4 usb ports in may laptop 2 usb 2.0 ports, 2 usb 3.0 ports). When I plug these adapters in my computer Ubuntu only detects one LAN card from 2.0 usb ports, and one LAN card from 3.0 ports. And sometimes detects only one USB LAN from all the usb ports. Actually the real problem is Ubuntu shows these USB LAN adapters in the "lsusb", but does not list them in "ifconfig". Kontron (Industrial Computer Source / ICS Advent) is my LAN USB ethernet. [email protected]:~$ lsusb Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub Bus 001 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate Matching Hu Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate Matching Hu Bus 002 Device 012: ID 0fe6:9700 Kontron (Industrial Computer Source / ICS Advent) Bus 001 Device 003: ID 138a:0018 Validity Sensors, Inc. Bus 001 Device 004: ID 064e:e258 Suyin Corp. Bus 003 Device 011: ID 0fe6:9700 Kontron (Industrial Computer Source / ICS Advent) Bus 002 Device 013: ID 0fe6:9700 Kontron (Industrial Computer Source / ICS Advent) Bus 003 Device 012: ID 0fe6:9700 Kontron (Industrial Computer Source / ICS Advent) Bus 002 Device 005: ID 0a5c:21b4 Broadcom Corp. BCM2070 Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR -- etho is my built in LAN card, while eth1 is the only USB LAN card that ubuntu has detected. [email protected]:~$ ifconfig eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 2c:27:d7:a5:d2:39 inet6 addr: fe80::2e27:d7ff:fea5:d239/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:21056 errors:0 dropped:1 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:5669 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:1407289 (1.4 MB) TX bytes:372566 (372.5 KB) Interrupt:49 Base address:0xa000 eth1 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:e0:4c:53:44:58 inet6 addr: fe80::2e0:4cff:fe53:4458/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:0 (0.0 B) TX bytes:0 (0.0 B) lo Link encap:Local Loopback inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0 inet6 addr: ::1/128 Scope:Host UP LOOPBACK RUNNING MTU:16436 Metric:1 RX packets:9230 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:9230 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:0 RX bytes:557648 (557.6 KB) TX bytes:557648 (557.6 KB) wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr cc:52:af:5e:78:05 inet addr:192.168.1.65 Bcast:192.168.1.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: fe80::ce52:afff:fe5e:7805/64 Scope:LinkU UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:17389 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:12231 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:22452248 (22.4 MB) TX bytes:1502750 (1.5 MB) If I unplug the USB LAN card which Ubuntu has detected, then Ubuntu will detect a USB LAN card from the remaining plugged adapters, and process go on untill I plug all the USB LAN adapters. Looking for some urgent help. Thanks

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  • ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for July 3, 2013

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Industrial SOA Chapter 5: Enterprise Service Bus Enterprise Service Bus, the fifth and latest addition to the Industrial SOA article series, answers some of the most important questions surrounding the use of an ESB. Industrial SOA Chapter 4: SOA Maturity The fourth article in the Industrial SOA series, SOA Maturity offers "an exploration of the fundamentals of applying a factory approach to modern service-oriented software development." Using the Exalytics Summary Advisor and Oracle BI Apps 7.9.6.4 | Mark Rittman Oracle ACE Director Mark Rittman's post revisits "the use of the Summary Advisor, with my BI Apps installation bumped-up to version 7.9.6.4, and the Exalytics environment patched up to 11.1.1.6.9, the latest patch release we’ve applied to that environment." Part 1 - 12c Database and WLS - Overview | Steve Felts Steve Felts shares a handy table that "maps the Oracle 12c Database features supported with various combinations of currently available WLS releases, 11g and 12c Drivers, and 11g and 12c Databases." Developers WebCast: Deploy Highly-Available Custom Services on Your Data Grid Products - July 11 Oracle Coherence Sr. Architect Brian Oliver hosts this free July 11 webcast for developers to show you how to "create and deploy customized, highly-available services for your data grid, and how real-time data processing will allow you to provide unmatched end-user experiences." A checklist for OIM go live | Daniel Gralewski FMW A-Team solution architect Daniel Gralewski's list is intended to complement Oracle Identity Manager. His post "provides tips on a few topics that are not part of the documentation." How Many ODI Master Repositories Should We Have? | Christophe Dupupet FMW solution architect Christophe Dupupet provides a simple along with best practices for the architecture of ODI repositories in a corporate environment. Distinguish EA from enterprise wide solution architecture | John Wu My buddy Tony Meyer, who did a great presentation recently at the Cleveland-area Enterprise Architect / Solution Architect Meet-up, recommends this Toolbox article by John Wu. YouTube: Oracle Fusion Applications Developer Tips If you work with Fusion Applications you'll want to check out the tips and tricks for building extensions, customizations, and integrations now available on the new Oracle Fusion Middleware Developer Relations YouTube channel. The CX Factor: Wooing and wowing customers in the digital age "There was a time when 'customer experience' was limited to what happened to you when you walked into a store, restaurant, or other place of business or when you called a business on the telephone. But that was back when you could still smoke on airplanes." Thought for the Day "If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved, and never will achieve, its full potential, that word would be 'meetings.' " — Dave Barry (Born July 3, 1947) Source: brainyquote.com

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  • IoT end-to-end demo – Remote Monitoring and Service By Harish Doddala

    - by JuergenKress
    Historically, data was generated from predictable sources, stored in storage systems and accessed for further processing. This data was correlated, filtered and analyzed to derive insights and/or drive well constructed processes. There was little ambiguity in the kinds of data, the sources it would originate from and the routes that it would follow. Internet of Things (IoT) creates many opportunities to extract value from data that result in significant improvements across industries such as Automotive, Industrial Manufacturing, Smart Utilities, Oil and Gas, High Tech and Professional Services, etc. This demo showcases how the health of remotely deployed machinery can be monitored to illustrate how data coming from devices can be analyzed in real-time, integrated with back-end systems and visualized to initiate action as may be necessary. Use-case: Remote Service and Maintenance Critical machinery once deployed on the field, is expected to work with minimal failures, while delivering high performance and reliability. In typical remote monitoring and industrial automation scenarios, although many physical objects from machinery to equipment may already be “smart and connected,” they are typically operated in a standalone fashion and not integrated into existing business processes. IoT adds an interesting dynamic to remote monitoring in industrial automation solutions in that it allows equipment to be monitored, upgraded, maintained and serviced in ways not possible before. 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: IoT,Iot demo,sales,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Additional new content SOA & BPM Partner Community

    - by JuergenKress
    Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.1.2.0.0) Released - Download (OTN, eDelivery) Whitepaper: Next Generation Service Integration Platform - PDF SOA Maturity This article in the Industrial SOA series offers exploration of the fundamentals of applying a factory approach to modern service-oriented software development. Read the article. Enterprise Service Bus The fifth article in the Industrial SOA series answers to some of the most important questions about the use of an enterprise service bus, using concrete examples to clarify areas of application that can be deemed correct for ESBs. Read the article. DevOps, Cloud, and Role Creep DevOps and cloud computing are changing the IT industry - and changing IT roles. An panel of community members discusses what’s happening and how it might affect your job. Listen to the podcast. Industrial SOA - Now chapters 1 to 5 available | Torsten Winterberg White Paper: Cloud Integration - A Comprehensive Solution White Paper: Next Generation Service Integration Platform : SOA Suite on Exalogic IT Briefcase Interview: An Integrated Approach to Mobile, Cloud, and API Management Technologies with Oracle Fusion Middleware Webcast: Oracle Cloud Integration – Information Week Webcast eBook: Oracle SOA Suite – In the Customers’ Words Podcast: Cloud Integration Transitioning from TIBCO to Oracle SOA Suite – Part 1 Events: Oracle Simplifying Integration of Cloud and On-Premise New B2B Book Published for Oracle SOA B2B 11g Get Fast-Data Accelerator in Your Hands Today: Mobile Data Offloading for Telecom Fast Data Accelerator - Blog New Oracle Process Accelerators in Financial Services & Teleco Detect, Analyze, Act Fast with BPM Improving the Quality of Healthcare with BPM Engineers Australia Improves and Automates Business Processes and Completes Engineer Enrollments up to 90% Faster with Middleware Platform - Case Study | PPT Specialized Partner Ataway on BPM Practice - Video eProseed Delivers Processes Skillfully with Oracle BPM Suite - Video Yarra Valley Water Uses SOA and BPM for Orchestration, Re-use and Visibility - Video Victoria University Discusses Oracle SOA & Oracle BPM - Video 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 Mix Forum Technorati Tags: SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Substitute values (for specific dates) from a second data frame to the first data frame

    - by user1665355
    I have two time series data frames: The first one: head(df1) : GMT MSCI ACWI DJGlbl Russell 1000 Russell Dev S&P GSCI Industrial S&P GSCI Precious 1999-03-01 -0.7000000 0.2000000 -0.1000000 -1.5000000 -1.0000000 -0.4000000 1999-03-02 -0.5035247 0.0998004 -0.7007007 -0.2030457 0.4040404 -0.3012048 1999-03-03 -0.2024291 0.2991027 0.0000000 -0.6103764 0.1006036 -0.1007049 1999-03-04 0.7099391 0.2982107 1.5120968 -0.1023541 0.5025126 0.4032258 1999-03-05 2.4169184 0.8919722 2.1847071 2.7663934 -1.2000000 0.0000000 1999-03-08 0.3933137 0.3929273 0.5830904 -0.0997009 -0.2024291 1.1044177 tail(df1) : GMT MSCI ACWI DJGlbl Russell 1000 Russell Dev S&P GSCI Industrial S&P GSCI Precious 2011-12-23 0.68241470 0.84790673 0.9441385 0.6116208 0.5822862 -0.2345300 2011-12-26 -0.05213764 0.00000000 0.0000000 0.0000000 0.0000000 0.0000000 2011-12-27 0.20865936 0.05254861 0.3117693 0.2431611 0.0000000 -0.7233273 2011-12-28 -0.62467465 -1.20798319 -1.1655012 -0.9702850 -2.0414381 -2.4043716 2011-12-29 0.52383447 0.47846890 0.8647799 0.5511329 -0.0933126 -1.2504666 2011-12-30 0.26055237 1.03174603 -0.4676539 1.2180268 1.9613948 1.7388017 The second one: head(df2) : GMT MSCI.ACWI DJGlbl Russell.1000 Russell.Dev S.P.GSCI.Industrial S.P.GSCI.Precious 1999-06-01 0.00000000 0.24438520 0.0000000 0 -0.88465521 0.008522842 1999-07-01 0.12630441 0.06755621 0.0000000 0 0.29394697 0.000000000 1999-08-02 0.07441812 0.18922829 0.0000000 0 0.02697299 -0.107155063 1999-09-01 -0.36952701 0.08684107 0.1117509 0 0.24520976 0.000000000 1999-10-01 0.00000000 0.00000000 0.0000000 0 0.00000000 1.941266205 1999-11-01 0.41879925 0.00000000 0.0000000 0 0.00000000 -0.197897901 tail(df2) : GMT MSCI.ACWI DJGlbl Russell.1000 Russell.Dev S.P.GSCI.Industrial S.P.GSCI.Precious 2011-07-01 0.00000000 0.0000000 0.0000000 0.0000000 0.00000000 -0.1141162 2011-08-01 0.00000000 0.0000000 0.0000000 0.0000000 0.02627347 0.0000000 2011-09-01 -0.02470873 0.2977585 -0.0911891 0.6367605 0.00000000 0.2830977 2011-10-03 0.42495188 0.0000000 0.4200743 -0.4420027 -0.41012646 0.0000000 2011-11-01 0.00000000 0.0000000 0.0000000 -0.6597739 0.00000000 0.0000000 2011-12-01 0.50273034 0.0000000 0.0000000 0.6476393 0.00000000 0.0000000 The first df cointains daily observations. The second df contains only the "first day of each month" forecasted values. I would like to substitute the values from the second df into the first one. In other words, the "first day of each month" values in the first df will be substituted for the "first day of each month" values from the second df. I tried to write an lapply loop that substitutes the values and was only trying to use match function. But I failed. I could not find the similar question at StackOverflow either... Greatful for any suggestions!

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  • PHP Hashtable array optimisation.

    - by hiprakhar
    I made a PHP app which was taking about ~0.0070sec for execution. Now, I added a hashtable array with about 2000 values. Suddenly the time for execution has gone up to ~0.0700 secs. Almost 10 times the previous value. I tried commenting out the part where I was searching inside the hashtable array (but array was still left defined). Still, the execution time remains about ~0.0500secs. Array is something like: $subjectinfo = array( 'TPT753' => 'Industrial Training', 'TPT801' => 'High Polymeric Engineering', 'TPT802' => 'Corrosion Engineering', 'TPT803' => 'Decorative ,Industrial And High Performance Coatings', 'TPT851' => 'Project'); Is there any way to optimize this part? I cannot use Database as I am running this app on Google app engine which is still not supporting JDO database for php. Some more code from the app: function getsubjectinfo($name) { $subjectinfo = array( 'TPT753' => 'Industrial Training', 'TPT801' => 'High Polymeric Engineering', 'TPT802' => 'Corrosion Engineering', 'TPT803' => 'Decorative ,Industrial And High Performance Coatings', 'TPT851' => 'Project'); $name = str_replace("-", "", $name); $name = str_replace(" ", "", $name); if (isset($subjectinfo["$name"])) return "(".$subjectinfo["$name"].")"; else return ""; } Then I am using the following statement 2-3 times in the app: echo $key." ".$this->getsubjectinfo($key)

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  • Sharing samba-folder with root access

    - by Industrial
    Hi everyone, I have a staging server in my network running Ubuntu server 10.10, being my main development area. As I need to access the files in the Apache root from other computers in the network, I have setup samba with the following settings: [www] comment = Apache root www path = /var/www writable = yes force user = root force group = root On the host computer, running Ubuntu 10.10 desktop, I am trying to mount the drive with a bash file looking like below: #!/bin/bash sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.1.5/www /media/www/ -o username=myusername,password=mypassword,rw,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 What happens is that I get mount error(13): Permission denied Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs) thrown in my face whilst trying to execute the mount. I've done exactly the same, with exactly the same smb.conf & mount-bash file on another computer in my network, but this just wont work. What am I doing wrong? I am running out of ideas.

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  • Deactivate volume amplification?

    - by Industrial
    Hi everyone, I would like to deactivate the amplification feature on my sound volume slider. Using any amplification makes the sound really bad with clipping sounds taking over. It's really annoying to have to worry about where the amplification starts/stops when adjusting the slider from my keyboard or through the Gnome panel (sound thingy). I have to open the "Sound preferences" after each time adjusting the volume and ensure that the level is set to 100% unamplified. So can I do this someway easy in Ubuntu 10.10?

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