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    Java?????????????????????Oracle WebLogic ??????????????????????????WebLogic?????????????????????????WebLogic????????????????????????????????????????????JPA 2?EJB 3.1?JSF 2????????! WebLogic Server 12c?????????Java EE 6?????? [ 2012/05/22 ]???????????! Java EE 6???????????????/???????!!――??UFJ????????????????????????Java EE 6??????JavaOne Tokyo 2012????? [ 2012/05/21 ]??????????????! Java EE 6???????????????/???????!!――??UFJ????????????????????????Java EE 6??????JavaOne???????????! Java EE 6???????????????/???????!!――??UFJ????????????????????????Java EE 6??????JavaOne Tokyo 2012???????UFJ?????????????????????????IT??????? ?????????UFJ?????????/????????2007?7????????????JavaEE5?????????Java EE??????????????????????2012?4???????JavaOne Tokyo 2012??????????Java EE 6?????????????????????????Java EE 6???????????????????????????????????????????Java EE 6???????"??????????????"???????????????????????????????????(???)??????????????????????????????/???????????Java EE??????????――??????????????????????JavaOne Tokyo 2012?????????????????????????????/???????????Java EE??????????――??????????????????????JavaOne Tokyo 2012???????????·???????????????????·???????????????????/????????????????????????????――?????6?????????????????????WebLogic Server?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????2012?4???????JavaOne Tokyo 2012????????????????????·????????????????Java EE???????????????????????????????(???)??????WebLogic Server 12c?????????Java EE 6??JPA 2?EJB 3.1?JSF 2????????! WebLogic Server 12c?????????Java EE 6??????????????????????????????????????????????·???????????Java EE 6???????????????·????WebLogic Server 12c?(???)?????????Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 12c???????Java EE 6??????3???????????????????????JSF 2.0?????????????????????????JAX-RS????RESTful?Web???????????????(???)??????JPA 2?EJB 3.1?JSF 2????????! WebLogic Server 12c?????????Java EE 6??????2012?2???????????????WebLogic Server 12c?????????Java EE 6?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 12c??WebLogic Server 12c(???)????Java EE 6??????3??????????????????????????????JPA 2.0??????????·?????????EJB 3.1???????·???????????????(???)??????JPA 2?EJB 3.1?JSF 2????????! WebLogic Server 12c?????????Java EE 6???????????·??????·?????????????????????????WebLogic Server?2012?2?????????????????WebLogic Server 12c????????????????????????Java SE 7???Java EE 6???????????Java EE??????????????????????????????WebLogic Server 12c????Java EE???????????????????????? ??????WebLogic Server 12c???????????????????Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 12c??WebLogic Server 12c(???)????Java EE 6??????3??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Java EE?????????????????????????????????????????(???)??????Oracle Open World Tokyo 2012?????·????2013??Java SE 8????GUI???JavaFX?...Java SE??????――Oracle Open World Tokyo 2012?????·???????·??????????????????????????????????????????????????Java?????????????????????????1?????2012?4?4?~6???? ??????????Oracle Open World Tokyo 2012??????????·?????????Java Product Group??????·????????????·?????Java SE?????????????????????????Java SE??Java 12?????:Java SE????????????????????????????????Java SE?????????????????(???)??????WebLogic Server 12c?????????Java??????――Oracle Open World Tokyo 2012?????·????2012?4?4?~6???? ??????????Oracle Open World Tokyo 2012????????????Java?WebLogic Server??????????1???????????·???????? ?????????????????????·??????????????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c ???????????Java???- ???????Java EE??????????????????????????WebLogic Server??????????????????????(???)??????????????????IT?????????! Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo 2012?????????????!!????????????IT?????????! Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo 2012?????????????!!2012?4?4?~6???? ????????????????Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo 2012???????????????????????????????????Java????????????????????????????????????????????????????????IT???????????????IT????????????????? "?????"???????????WebLogic Server??????????????Java????????????????????????IT?????????????????????????????(???)???????Beginning Java EE 6?????????Java EE 6?????????????????Beginning Java EE 6?????????Java EE 6?????????????????JavaServer Faces 2???????6???????????????????????????????????????Java EE?WebLogic Server?????????????????·????????????????????????????????????????Java EE 6???????Java EE??????????? ??????Java EE 6??????????Beginning Java EE 6 GlassFish 3????????????Java????????????????????????Web?????????GUI?????JavaServer Faces??????(???)???????Beginning Java EE 6?????????Java EE 6?????????????????Java Persistance API 2??2012?2???????????????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c????????????Java EE 6?????????????????Java EE 6?????Java EE ??????????????1??????????????????????Java EE?????????????? ???3??????????Java EE 6??????????Beginning Java EE 6 GlassFish 3????????????Java????????????????????????????????Java EE 6???????API?????????????????????????????????(???)??????4?4??5??Java??????????! "Java??"????????????!!――?JavaOne Tokyo 2012????????4?4??5??Java??????????! "Java??"????????????!!――?JavaOne Tokyo 2012????????2012?4?4?~5??2?????????????????49????Java????????????????JavaOne Tokyo 2012???????? "Java??????"??????JavaOne??Java??????????????·???????????????????????????????????????????????????JavaOne Tokyo 2012???????????????(???)???????????????????????Java EE 6???????????!?――WebLogic Server 12c???????????????????????????Java EE 6???????????!?――WebLogic Server 12c???????????????·??????·??????????????????????????????WebLogic Serve????WebLogic Server 12c?????????????200???????/????????????????·????"??"?1????Java EE 6?????????????????????????????????????? ??????·?????????WebLogic Server???????Java????????????????Java EE??????????????????????·?????????(???)???????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Forum?????Java EE 6????????????????????????? ?????????????――?Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Forum?????Java EE 6?????????????????????????????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c??????????????????????????????????????? 1?25????????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Forum - ????????Java??????????? -??????????·?????????WebLogic Server 12c??????? Java EE 6?? ~Java EE 6???????????????????~??????????????UFJ???????????????????????????????????????Publickey ??????Java EE 6????WebLogic Server 12c???????????????(???)??????Java EE 6?????????????? "?"????? ??????????????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c??????????????????????Java EE?????Java EE 6??????????????????????????????Java EE 6?????????WebLogic Server 12c??????????Java????????????????????? 1?25????????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Forum - ????????Java??????????? -?????WebLogic Server 12c??????? Java EE 6?? ~Java EE 6???????????????????~????????·???????????????????????????Java?????????????Java EE 6?WebLogic Server??????????????2??????????(???)?????????????Java EE??????WebLogic Server 12c??????3????――?Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Forum????????????2012?2?7??Java EE??????????·???????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c?????????????????????1?25????????????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Forum - ????????Java??????????? -????Java EE 6?Java SE 7???????Java???????WebLogic Server 12c?????????????????·?????????????????????3??????????????????????(???)????????????????????·??????????! ????WebLogic Server?????????????????????????Java EE????????·????????????????/??????????????????????·?????????????????????????WebLogic Server?????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????·??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????(???)?????????????????????????????????Java EE???????????????????????·???????????????????·??????????????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server?????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????2??????????WebLogic Server???????????????????·????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server?????????????????????(???)???????????????????WebLogic Server???????“???”????????????????/???????????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????――???????WebLogic Server???????????????1???????????????????????????????????·????????????????????2011?11????????Oracle DBA & Developers Days 2011??????????????????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????????????????????????????????/?????????????????????????(???)????????????????/??????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????1???????????????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????·?????????????????????·??????????????????????????????????????????????????2011?11????????Oracle DBA & Developers Days 2011??????????????????????????WebLogic Server??????????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????????????????????????????????????·?????????????????????????????2??????????????????????????????????????????????·??????????(???)??????????JavaFX??Java???????·??????????????――?Java Developer Workshop #2?????????JavaFX??Java???????·??????????????――?Java Developer Workshop #2?????WebLogic Server?????????Java???????????????????WebLogic Channel?????????JavaOne 2011??Java/Java EE????????!――???????????????!!?????????????????????JavaOne 2011????????????????????????????????????JavaFX?????2011?12?1?????????????Java?????????????Java Developer Workshop #2????JavaOne 2011?JavaFX???????????????Oracle Corporation?JavaFX??????Nandini Ramani?(Client Java Group???????????)??????JavaFX 2.0-Next generation Java client solution????????????????????JavaFX?????????????????????(???)????????UFJ??????????????????????·?????WebLogic Server????????――????? ?????? ????? 2011???????UFJ??????????????????????·?????WebLogic Server????????――????? ?????? ????? 2011???????UFJ???????·?????IT????????UFJ???????????????(MUIT)?????UFJ?????????????????????????·????·????????????????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????·?????????IT?????????WebLogic Server??????? MUIT IT??????? ??????????2011?11?30???????????? ?????? ????? 2011??????????UFJ???????????????????Java EE???????WebLogic Server????????????????????(???)??????????????! ??????????????????WebLogic Server 12c?????????! ??????????????????WebLogic Server 12c????????2011?12?9??WebLogic Server????Oracle WebLogic Server 12c??????????????????12?1????????????????????·?????10????????Oracle OpenWorld 2011?????????????????????????????1?????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Corporation??????? ???·????????????·??????????????????????????????(???)??????????·???????! ?WebLogic Scripting Tool????WebLogic Server???/???????????·???????! ?WebLogic Scripting Tool????WebLogic Server???/???????Web???????????/?????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server?????????????????WebLogic Scripting Tool??????????2011?11????????Oracle DAB & Developers Days 2011?????????????????????????!WebLogic Scripting Tool?????WLS???·????????????WebLogic Scripting Tool?????????????????(???)??????Java EE???????????!? ?Oracle ADF???????!!Java EE???????????!? ?Oracle ADF???????!!WebLogic Server???Java EE??????????????????????Oracle Application Development Framework(ADF)????????????Oracle ADF????????????????????????????????????????GUI?????????????????Web???????????????????????????????????????/??????????????????????Fusion Application???????/?????????Oracle ADF?????????Java EE????????????????????????????? Fusion Middleware?????????????????????????Oracle ADF???????????????(???)??????????:10?????Java EE???????WebLogic Server?????????:10?????Java EE???????WebLogic Server?????11?30?????????????????????2011??WebLogic Server ?????????????????????Oracle OpenWorld 2011????WebLogic Server?????????Oracle OpenWorld 2011????WebLogic Server?????????2011?10?2?~6??????????????????????Oracle OpenWorld 2011???????????????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server??????????????????????? Fusion Middleware?????? ???????? ?????????????????????????WebLogic Server??????????????????(???)???????JavaOne 2011??Java/Java EE????????!――???????????????!!?JavaOne 2011??Java/Java EE????????!――???????????????!!WebLogic Server??????????????????1??????Java/Java EE??????????????????????????????????Java????JavaOne???2011?10?2?~6?????????????????????JavaOne 2011????????????Java/Java EE?????????????????????????Java???????????????????JavaOne 2011??????????????(???)??????WebLogic?RAC????????????――Active GridLink for RAC?????????????4????WebLogic Suite 11g???????Active GridLink for RAC???Oracle Database???????????Oracle Real Application Clusters(RAC)??WebLogic Server??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????·??????????Frances Zhao?(Oracle Application Server ??????·?????·?????)???????????????(???)??????????RAC??????????????????????????????????Oracle Database??????????????Oracle Real Application Clusters(RAC)????????????????????????????????????????????RAC????Oracle WebLogic Server????????????WebLogic Suite 11g?????????WebLogic Server/RAC???????Active GridLink for RAC????????????????????·??????????Frances Zhao?(Oracle Application Server ??????·?????·?????)???????????2??????????(???)????????JRockit Mission Control! ?????WebLogic?????????????????????????????????????Oracle WebLogic Server Enterprise Edition??????????????JRockit Mission Control??????OS??Web?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????JRockit Mission Control?????????????????????????????????????????Application Grid???????? ????????????????? ???(?????? Fusion Middleware?????? ???????????)??????????????????JRockit Mission Control?????????(???)???????????????OutOfMemory?????????????????WebLogic Server Enterprise Edition????????????JRockit Mission Control????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Application Grid???????? ????????????????? ???(?????? Fusion Middleware?????? ???????????)??????????????????JRockit Mission Control?????2?????(???)???????WebLogic & Java EE???????????????Java EE????WebLogic Server???????????20????????????????????????/???????????Java EE???WebLogic Server????????????????IT(????)?????????????????????????????????????/??????????????????????????????????????????/?????????????????????????2011?9?6???????????????????WebLogic & Java EE????????????????????????????Java EE?WebLogic Server????????????(???)???????????????????Java EE?????????????10????????????????????????·??????????????????????Java EE?????·?????????????·?????????IT??????????????????Java EE??????????????????????――2011?9?6????????WebLogic & Java EE????????????????????――Java EE???????????????????????????·??????????????????Java EE????????????????????????????????(???)??????Java???????????????????·?????Oracle Coherence??6??????????????Java API?????????????????????????·??????????/????·?????????????Java???????????????????????????????????????1??????????Java??????????·???????????????????????????????????????????????????????Java????????????????????????????????·???????Oracle Coherence????????????????????????????????????????????????Coherence??Java?????????????????????????????????????????????????????2??????Oracle Coherence?Java???????????????????????????????????(???)????????????????????????????????/????????????????????????·?????????????????????????????·???????Oracle Coherence??????Java???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Java API??????Oracle Coherence???????????3????????????????????????Coherence???????????????????????????????3???????????(???)??????????????! ?????????????????JRockit Flight Recorder????????????! ?????????????????JRockit Flight Recorder???????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server????????·??????????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????JRockit Flight Recorder???WebLogic Server????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????(???)??????????????????――???????/????????????????·??????????WebLogic Server?????Java+?????·??????????????????????????·???????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????????????? WebLogic Server??????·??????·???????????????????????????????????Publickey???????IT???????????????WebLogic Server??????????????????????????????????(???)???????????????????????????WebLogic Server??????????????????IT?????????????????·????????????????????????????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????――??????Publickey???????IT?????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server????????????????????(???)????????????????????????????WebLogic Server????????·??????????――?????·??????·???????????WebLogic?????Java EE??????????·????????????????????????????·??????·??????????????WebLogic Server???????????????????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server????????? ????????????????????????2??????????(???)???????????????????????????TCO?――????????????????WebLogic???????????????????/????????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server??????(????????)???????????????????????????Oracle Database??????????????????????TCO??????????????????·??????·??????????WebLogic Server???????????????????????(???)??????WebLogic Channel ?????WebLogic Channel ????? WebLogic?????Java EE ????????????????????WebLogic Channel???????????Java EE???????????·??????????????WebLogic Server ??????Tips???????????????????????????????????????????Oracle WebLogic Server??????Oracle WebLogic Server ??WebLogic Server?????????????·??·???????????????????????????????????????????" src="https://blogs.oracle.com/weblogic_channel/resource/images/wc2_directory.jpg"?Know How?WebLogic Server - ???????·???????WebLogic?????????????????????????know How?Oracle WebLogic Server 11g? JRuby?JMX???????WebLogic Server - JRuby?JMX?????[know How]Oracle WebLogic Server?JDBC GridLink????????????????·??????(MDS)?????????Oracle WebLogic Active GridLink for RAC?????????????Pick-Up???????WebLogic Server JDBC???·???????(10.3.4)Oracle WebLogic Server JDBC???·???(10.3.4)????????????????????????????Pick-Up????????????Web??????????Oracle WebLogic Server 11g?Microsoft .NET WCF 4.0????? ???????????????????????????????WebLogic Server?Microsoft .NET???????????????????????????Oracle WebLogic Server - JDBC??????JDBC????????????????????(????????????)????????????????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server - ????????/??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server - ???????·??????Oracle WebLogic Server??Web???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????WebLogic Server - Web???????????Web??????????WebLogic???????????JAX-WS?????Web????????????????????????????????30?????WebLogic Server 11g????Oracle WebLogic Server 11g?????????????30??????????????????????WebLogic Server - Enterprise Grid Messaging WebLogic Server?Java EE?JMS???JMS????????????JMS??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle WebLogic Server - GridLink for RAC  JDBC??????????GridLink for RAC???????????????????????????Oracle???????????????????????·????! WebLogic Server ? Oracle Database ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle WebLogic Server ???????WebLogic Server???????????????????????????????????Java???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????WebLogic Server?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????·????????????WebLogic Server?????????????????????!WebLogic Server??????????????? ????·??·???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??·?????????????????????? Oracle WebLogic Server 11g ??????WebLogic Server????????????????11g???????????????????? ???????????WebLogic Server(JRockit) - ???????????????????????????Oracle JRockit JVM????????????????????????????????????????JVM???????????????????????????????????????????????Pick-Up???????Oracle JDeveloper?Oracle ADF 11g?Release 2(11.1.2.0.0):???Oracle JDeveloper?Oracle ADF?11g Release 2(11.1.2.0.0)????????????Pick-Up???????Oracle JRockit????·????JRockit????·???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????JVM??????JRockit JVM?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Pick-Up??????????? JVM ?JRockit????????·??????Oracle JRockit JVM?????????????????????·?????????????????????????JVM??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????! ????JVM?JRockit????JVM?Oracle JRockit???????????????????????????????????Flight Recorder????????????????

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  • Evaluating Oracle Data Mining Has Never Been Easier - Evaluation "Kit" Available

    - by chberger
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0in; mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} Now you can quickly and easily get set up to starting using Oracle Data Mining for evaluation purposes. Just go to the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) and follow these simple steps. Oracle Data Mining Evaluation "Kit" Instructions Step 1: Download and Install the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Anyone can download and install the Oracle Database for free for evaluation purposes. Read OTN web site for details. 11.2.0.1.0 DB is the minimum, 11.2.0.2 is better and naturally 11.2.0.3 is best if you are a current customer and on active support. Either 32-bit or 64-bit is fine. 4GB of RAM or more works fine for SQL Developer and the Oracle Data Miner GUI extension. Downloading the database and installing it should take just about an hour or so, depending on your network and computer. For more instructions on setting up Oracle Data Mining see: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/options/odm/dataminerworkflow-168677.html When you install the Oracle Database, the Sample Examples data should also be installed e.g.:Release 2 Examples win32_11gR2_examples.zip (565,154,740 bytes). Contains examples of how to use the Oracle Database. Download if you are new to Oracle and want to try some of the examples presented in the Documentation Step 2: Install SQL Developer 3.1 (the Oracle Data Mining Extension installs automatically) Step 3. Follow the four free step-by-step Oracle-by-Examples e-training lessons: Setting Up Oracle Data Miner 11g Release 2 This tutorial covers the process of setting up Oracle Data Miner 11g Release 2 for use within Oracle SQL Developer 3.0. Using Oracle Data Miner 11g Release 2 This tutorial covers the use of Oracle Data Miner to perform data mining against Oracle Database 11g Release 2. In this lesson, you examine and solve a data mining business problem by using the Oracle Data Miner graphical user interface (GUI). Star Schema Mining Using Oracle Data Miner This tutorial covers the use of Oracle Data Miner to perform star schema mining against Oracle Database 11g Release 2. Text Mining Using Oracle Data Miner This tutorial covers the use of Oracle Data Miner to perform text mining against Oracle Database 11g Release 2. That’s it! Easy, fun and the fastest way to get started evaluating Oracle Data Mining. Enjoy! Charlie

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  • Oracle Fusion Applications: Changing the Game

    - by kellsey.ruppel(at)oracle.com
    Originally posted in the Oracle Profit Magazine, November 2010 Edition. When the order processing system red-flags a customer's credit status, the IT department doesn't get the customer's call. When a supplier misses a delivery date for a key automotive assembly, it's not the CIO who has to answer for the error. Knowledge workers (known in IT circles as "users") are on the front lines when an exception occurs in an established business process. They're also the ones who study sales trends to decide when to open a new store in an up-and-coming neighborhood, which products are most profitable, how employee skill sets are evolving, and which suppliers are most efficient. In short, knowledge workers are masters of business as unusual. Traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and other familiar enterprise applications excel at automating, managing, and executing standard business processes. These programs shine when everything goes as planned. Life gets even trickier when a traditional application needs to be extended with a new service or an extra step is added to a business process when new products are brought to market, divisions are merged, or companies are acquired. Monolithic applications often need the IT department to step in and make the necessary adjustments--incurring additional costs and delays. Until now. When Oracle unveiled the much-anticipated family of Oracle Fusion Applications at Oracle OpenWorld in September 2010, knowledge workers in particular had a lot to cheer about. Business users will soon have ready access to analytical information and collaboration tools in the context of what they are working on, so they can make better decisions when problems or opportunities arise. Additionally, the Oracle Fusion Applications platform will make it easy for business users to tweak processes, create new capabilities, and find information, often without the need for IT department assistance and while still following company guidelines. And IT leaders will be happy to hear about new deployment options, guided implementation and setup tools, and cost-saving management capabilities. Just as important, the underlying technologies in Oracle Fusion Applications will allow organizations to choose among their existing investments and next-generation enterprise applications so they can introduce innovations at a pace that makes the most business and financial sense. "Oracle Fusion Applications are architected so you don't have to do rip and replace," says Jim Hayes, managing director of the consulting firm Accenture. "That's very important for creating a business case that will get through the steering committee and be approved by the board. It shows you can drive value and make a difference in the near term." For these and other reasons, analysts and early adopters are calling Oracle Fusion Applications a game changer for enterprise customers. The differences become apparent in three key areas: the way we innovate, work, and adopt technology. Game Changer #1: New Standard for InnovationChange is a constant challenge for most businesses, whether the catalysts are market dynamics, new competition, or the ever-expanding regulatory environment. And, in an ongoing effort to differentiate, business leaders are constantly looking for new ways to do business, serve constituents, and bring new products and services to market. In addition, companies face significant costs to keep their applications up-to-date. For example, when a company adds new suppliers to a procurement system, the IT shop typically has to invest time, effort, and even consulting fees for custom integrations that allow various ERP systems to communicate with each other. Oracle Fusion Applications were built on Web services and a modular SOA foundation to ease customizations and integration activities among all applications--whether from Oracle or another vendor. Interfaces and updates written in ubiquitous Java, rather than a proprietary coding language, allow organizations to tap into existing in-house technical skills rather than seek expensive outside specialists. And with SOA, organizations can extend a feature set or integrate with other SOA environments by combining Web services such as "look up customer" into a new business process managed by the BPEL orchestration engine. Flexibility like this has long-term implications. "Because users capture these changes at a higher metadata layer, not in the application's code, changes and additions are protected even as new versions of Oracle Fusion Applications are released," says Steve Miranda, senior vice president of applications development at Oracle. "This is a much more sustainable approach because you don't incur costly customizations that prevent upgrades and other innovations." And changes are easier to make: if one change is made in the metadata, that change is automatically reflected throughout the application interface, business intelligence, business process, and business logic. Game Changer #2: New Standard for WorkBoosting productivity comes down to doing the basics right: running business processes more efficiently and managing exceptions more effectively, so users can accomplish more in the course of a day or spend more quality time with the most profitable customers. The fastest way to improve process efficiency is to reduce the number of steps it takes to execute common tasks, such as ordering office equipment from an internal procurement system. Oracle Fusion Applications will deliver a complete role-based user experience with business intelligence and collaboration capabilities provided in the context of the work at hand. "We created every Oracle Fusion Applications screen by asking 'What does the user need to know?' 'What does he or she need to do?' and 'Who do they need to work with to get the job done?'" Miranda explains. So when the sales department heads need new laptops, the self-service procurement screen will not only display a list of approved vendors and configurations, but also a running list of reviews by coworkers who recently purchased the various models. Embedded intelligence may also display prevailing delivery lead times based on actual order histories, not the generic shipping dates vendors may quote. The pervasive business intelligence serves many other business activities across all areas of the enterprise. For example, a manager considering whether to promote a direct report can see the person's employee profile, with a salary history, appraisal summaries, and a rundown of skills and training. This approach to business intelligence also has implications for supply chain management. "One of the challenges at Ingersoll Rand is lack of visibility in our supply chain," says Mike Macrie, global director of enterprise applications for global industrial firm Ingersoll Rand. "Oracle Fusion Applications are going to provide the embedded intelligence to give us that visibility and give us the ability to analyze those orders at any point in our supply chain." Oracle Fusion Applications will also create a "role-based user experience" that displays a work list of events that need attention, based on user job function. Role awareness guides users with daily lists of action items and exceptions. So a credit manager may see seven invoices with discounts that are about to expire or 12 suppliers that have been put on hold because credit memos are awaiting approval. Individualization extends to the search capabilities of Oracle Fusion Applications. The platform uses Web-style search screens powered by an Oracle enterprise search engine, with a security framework that filters search results so individuals will only see the internal information they're authorized to access. A further aid to productivity is Oracle Fusion Applications' integration with Web 2.0 collaboration and social networking resources for business environments. Hover-over text will reveal relevant contact information whenever the name of a person appears in an Oracle Fusion Application. Users can connect via an online chat, phone call, or instant message without leaving the main application, reducing the time required for an accounts payable staffer to resolve a mismatch between an invoiced charge and the service record, for example. Addresses of suppliers, customers, or partners will also initiate hover-over text to show contact details and Web-based maps. Finally, Oracle Fusion Applications will promote a new way of working with purpose-driven communities that can bring new efficiencies to everything from cultivating sales leads to managing new projects. As soon as a lead or project materializes, the applications will automatically gather relevant participants into an online community that shares member contact information, schedules, discussion forums, and Wiki pages. "Oracle Fusion Applications will allow us to take it to the next level with embedded Web 2.0 tools and the embedded analytics," says Steve Printz, CIO and vice president, supply chain management, at window-and-door manufacturer Pella. "[This] allows those employees today who are processing transactions to really contribute to the success of the company and become decision-makers." Game Changer #3: New Standard for Technology AdoptionAs IT becomes a dominant component of how businesses run and compete, organizations need to lower the cost of implementing applications and introducing new application features. In the past, rolling out new code often required creating a test bed system, moving beta code to a separate system for user feedback, and--once all the revisions were made--moving version one of the software onto production systems, where business users could finally get the needed new features. Oracle Fusion Applications will use a dedicated setup manager application to streamline this process. First, the setup manager will help scope out the project, querying users about their requirements. "From those questions and answers we determine the steps and the order of those steps that will enable that task," Miranda says. Next, system utilities will assign tasks to owners, track completion status, and monitor the overall status of a programming effort. Oracle Fusion Applications can then recommend Web services that allow users to migrate setup choices and steps across all the various deployments of the application. Those setup capabilities automate the migration from test systems to production systems, as well as between different business units that may be using the same application. "The self-service ability of the setup manager helps business users change setups with very little intervention from the IT team," says Ravi Kumar, vice president at IT services company Infosys. "That to me is a big difference from how we've viewed enterprise applications before." For additional flexibility, organizations will be able to adopt Oracle Fusion Applications modules in either of two modes: a single-instance alternative uses one database for all Oracle Fusion Applications, while a "pillar mode" creates separate databases to underpin each application. This means IT departments running any one of Oracle's applications or even third-party applications can plug Oracle Fusion Applications modules into their environment and see additional business value created on top of their existing systems. And Oracle Fusion Applications offer a hybrid approach to deployment. The applications are all software-as-a-service-ready, so customers can choose on-premises, public or private cloud, or a combination of these to suit their business needs. It's that combination of flexibility and a roadmap for the future that may be the biggest game changer of all. "The Oracle Fusion Applications architecture allows us to migrate our company at a pace that's consistent with our business strategy, whereas before we might have had to do it with a massive upgrade," says Macrie of Ingersoll Rand. "We're looking forward to that architecture to really give us more flexibility in how we migrate over time." For More InformationUser Input Key to the Success of Oracle Fusion ApplicationsTransforming Coexistence into Strategic ValueUnder the HoodOracle Fusion ApplicationsOracle Service-Oriented Architecture  

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  • Oracle Service Registry 11gR1 Support for Oracle Fusion Middleware/SOA Suite 11g PatchSet 2

    - by Dave Berry
    As you might be aware, a few days back we released Patchset 2 (PS2) for several products in the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Release 1 stack including WebLogic Server and SOA Suite. Though there was no patchset released for Oracle Service Registry (OSR) 11g, being an integral part of Fusion Middleware & SOA, OSR 11g R1 ( 11.1.1.2 ) is fully certified with this release. Below is some recommended reading before installing OSR 11g with the new PS2 : OSR 11g R1 & SOA Suite 11g PS2 in a Shared WebLogic Domain If you intend to deploy OSR 11g in the same domain as the SOA Suite 11g, the primary recommendation is to install OSR 11g in its own Managed Server within the same Weblogic Domain as the SOA Suite, as the following diagram depicts : An important pre-requisite for this setup is to apply Patch 9499508, after installation. It basically replaces a registry library - wasp.jar - in the registry application deployed on your server, so as to enable co-deployment of OSR 11g & SOA Suite 11g in the same WLS Domain. The patch fixes a java.lang.LinkageError: loader constraint violation that appears in your OSR system log and is now available for download. The second, equally important, pre-requisite is to modify the setDomainEnv.sh/.cmd file for your WebLogic Domain to conditionally set the CLASSPATH so that the oracle.soa.fabric.jar library is not included in it for the Managed Server(s) hosting OSR 11g. Both these pre-requisites and other OSR 11g Topology Best Practices are covered in detail in the new Knowledge Base article Oracle Service Registry 11g Topology : Best Practices. Architecting an OSR 11g High Availability Setup Typically you would want to create a High Availability (HA) OSR 11g setup, especially on your production system. The following illustrates the recommended topology. The article, Hands-on Guide to Creating an Oracle Service Registry 11g High-Availability Setup on Oracle WebLogic Server 11g on OTN provides step-by-step instructions for creating such an active-active HA setup of multiple OSR 11g nodes with a Load Balancer in an Oracle WebLogic Server cluster environment. Additional Info The OSR Home Page on OTN is the hub for OSR and is regularly updated with latest information, articles, white papers etc. For further reading, this FAQ answers some common questions on OSR. The OSR Certification Matrix lists the Application Servers, Databases, Artifact Storage Tools, Web Browsers, IDEs, etc... that OSR 11g is certified against. If you hit any problems during OSR 11g installation, design time or runtime, the first place to look into is the logs. To find more details about which logs to check when & where, take a look at Where to find Oracle Service Registry Logs? Finally, if you have any questions or problems, there are various ways to reach us - on the SOA Governance forum on OTN, on the Community Forums or by contacting Oracle Support. Yogesh Sontakke and Dave Berry

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  • Fundtech’s Global PAYplus Achieves Oracle Exadata and Oracle Exalogic Optimized Status

    - by Javier Puerta
    Fundtech, a leader in global transaction banking solutions, has announced  that Global PAYplus® – Services Platform (GPP-SP) version 4 has achieved Oracle Exadata Optimized and Oracle Exalogic Optimized status. (Read full announcement here) "GPP-SP testing was done in the third quarter of 2012 in the Oracle Exastack Lab located in the Oracle Solution Center in Linlithgow, Scotland. It showed that an integrated solution can result in a highly streamlined installation, enabling reduced cost of evaluation, acquisition and ownership. Highlights of the transaction processing test are as follows: 9.3 million Mass Payments per hour 5.7 million Single Payments per hour The test found that the optimized combination of GPP-SP running on Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud is able to increase transactions per second (TPS) output per core, and able to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO). The volumes achieved were using only 25% of Exadata/Exalogic processing capacity".

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  • Oracle India: Become an Oracle Student Ambassador

    - by user769227
     As the new year begins in India for many students, Oracle India is currently looking for bright, energetic students who are interested in becoming Oracle Campus Ambassadors. We have a dedicated team of Campus Recruiters who are regularly on site at selected Engineering Colleges in India - we need your help to spread the Oracle message within the Student Community. This is a great chance to work with one of the global leaders in the IT space and get some exposure to Oracle that many people do not get the chance to experience We are specifically looking for Campus Ambassadors at these colleges:   IIT Kanpur IIT Delhi  IIT  Madras  IIT Kharagpur  IIT Kharagpur  IIT Bombay  IIT Guwahati  IT-BHU  BITS Pilani  BITS Goa  IISc Bangalore  Do you want to find out more? Have a read of the Infographic we have created below that will talk a little about what an 'Oracle Ambassador' actually will do. If you are interested in this fantastic opportunity and meet the eligibility criteria send us your resume at [email protected] We are excited for another great school and we are looking forward to sharing that experience with you.

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  • Hot off the Press: Oracle Announces General Availability of Oracle Database 12c

    - by Tanu Sood
    Earlier today, Oracle announced general availability of Oracle Database 12c, the first database designed for the cloud. As more and more organizations embrace cloud, Oracle Database 12c provides  a new multi-tenant architecture on top of a fast, scalable, reliable, and secure database platform allowing you to bring agility to your enterprise, improve performance and availability for your applications while at the same time, simplify database consolidation. We recommend you check out the press release and visit oracle.com for more information on Oracle Database 12c. As always, more information on Oracle Fusion Middleware available here.

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  • Oracle OpenWorld Series: All Things Mobile

    - by Michelle Kimihira
    I caught up with Joe Huang, Senior Principal Product Manager, Mobile Application Development Framework to hear about his recommendations for Oracle OpenWorld. Use this Focus On document, which provides a roadmap to must-attend sessions and demos. By Joe Huang This year’s OpenWorld promises to be “THE” event for anyone interested in mobile enterprise applications.  Although Oracle has had a rich portfolio of mobile products for many years now, there is a much stronger focus on mobile this year.  Every single one of our customers is looking to develop a mobile strategy and bring key business processes to mobile users, and as you will see in the various keynotes, sessions, and demos during OpenWorld, Oracle is clearly the leader in mobile technologies and applications. Look for mobile development technologies being demonstrated in the Oracle Red Lounge located at Moscone North Upper Lobby, where innovative technologies from Oracle are being showcased.  A few select sessions where mobile development technologies will be highlighted: Monday, 10/1 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM GEN9398: The Future Development for Oracle Fusion – From Desktop to Mobile to Cloud See the latest and greatest in Oracle development technologies.  A key customer will be demonstrating the application they built using beta version of ADF Mobile. Marriott Marquis, Salon 8 Monday, 10/1 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM GEN11554: Extend Oracle Applications to Mobile Devices with Oracle’s Mobile Technologies – See how to leverage Oracle’s development technology like ADF Mobile to mobilize Oracle applications. Moscone West, 3002/3004 Monday, 10/1 4:45 PM – 5:45 PM GEN11451: Building a Mobile Applications with Oracle Cloud See how Oracle offers a simpler way of developing and deploying cross-device mobile applications, enabling you to access applications, data and services from mobile channels in an easier way. Moscone West, 2002/2004 Tuesday, 10/2 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM CON3824: Mobile-Enabled Oracle Fusion Middleware and Enterprise Applications with Oracle ADF See how Oracle Fusion Middleware and ADF Mobile together delivers a complete and powerful platform for enterprise mobile applications.  A key customer will also be demonstrating a application built using ADF Mobile beta, that extends Oracle application to mobile devices. Moscone South, 306 Additional Information ·         Relevant Blogs: Oracle OpenWorld Countdown Begins ,  Best of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Fusion Middleware for Enterprise Applications, Amit Zavery’s General Session, Hassan Rizvi's General Session, Oracle OpenWorld Blog ·         Focus On Docs: Best of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Fusion Middleware for Enterprise Applications,  Mobile ·         Product Information on Oracle.com: Oracle Fusion Middleware ·         Subscribe to our regular Fusion Middleware Newsletter ·         Follow us on Twitter and Facebook

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  • XML DB Content Connector unable to accept binary content due to Invalid argument(s) in call oracle.sql.BLOB.setBinaryStream(0L)

    - by sthieme
    Dear Readers, I am working on implementing a custom Document Management System using the Oracle XML DB Content Connector. See the following documentation link for details Oracle XML DB Developer's Guide 11g Release 2 (11.2)Chapter 31 Using Oracle XML DB Content Connectorhttp://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/appdev.112/e23094/xdb_jcr.htm especially the following example gave me some trouble to run it successfully Sample Code to Upload Filehttp://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/appdev.112/e23094/xdb_jcr.htm#ADXDB5627 I had already succeeded to set some of the properties successfully, i.e. jcr:encoding, jcr:mimeType, ojcr:displayName and ojcr:language. However setting the jcr:data property as described in the example failed consistently, both with the documented input FileStream or with a fixed string. contentNode.setProperty("jcr:data", "mystringvalue"); After some research I found the following Support Note which describes the cause for the issue in the JDBC driver version 11.2.0.1. Error "ORA-17068: Invalid argument(s) in call" Using Method setBinaryStream(0L) in JDBC 11.2.0.1 (Doc ID 1234235.1)https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocContentDisplay?id=1234235.1It can easily be solved by upgrading to JDBC 11.2.0.2 or worked around using the following property setting: java -Doracle.jdbc.LobStreamPosStandardCompliant=false ... Kind regards,Stefan C:\Oracle\Database\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1>java -Doracle.jdbc.LobStreamPosStandardCompliant=false UploadFile jdbc:oracle:oci:@localhost:1522:orcl XDB welcome1 /public MyFile.txt text/plain 19.08.2014 11:50:26 oracle.jcr.impl.OracleRepositoryImpl login INFO: JCR repository descriptors: query.xpath.pos.index = true option.versioning.supported = false jcr.repository.version = 11.1.0.0.0 option.observation.supported = false option.locking.supported = false oracle.jcr.framework.version = 11.1.0.0.0 query.xpath.doc.order = false jcr.specification.version = 1.0 jcr.repository.vendor = Oracle option.query.sql.supported = false jcr.specification.name = Content Repository for Java Technology API level.2.supported = true level.1.supported = true jcr.repository.name = XML DB Content Connector jcr.repository.vendor.url = http://www.oracle.com oracle.jcr.persistenceManagerFactory = oracle.jcr.impl.xdb.XDBPersistenceManagerFactory option.transactions.supported = false 19.08.2014 11:50:26 oracle.jcr.impl.OracleRepositoryImpl login INFO: Session Session-1 connected for user id XDB 19.08.2014 11:50:27 oracle.jcr.impl.OracleSessionImpl logout INFO: Session-1: logout instead of C:\Oracle\Database\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1>java UploadFile jdbc:oracle:oci:@localhost:1522:orcl XDB welcome1 /public MyFile.txt text/plain 19.08.2014 10:56:39 oracle.jcr.impl.OracleRepositoryImpl login INFO: JCR repository descriptors: query.xpath.pos.index = true option.versioning.supported = false jcr.repository.version = 11.1.0.0.0 option.observation.supported = false option.locking.supported = false oracle.jcr.framework.version = 11.1.0.0.0 query.xpath.doc.order = false jcr.specification.version = 1.0 jcr.repository.vendor = Oracle option.query.sql.supported = false jcr.specification.name = Content Repository for Java Technology API level.2.supported = true level.1.supported = true jcr.repository.name = XML DB Content Connector jcr.repository.vendor.url = http://www.oracle.com oracle.jcr.persistenceManagerFactory = oracle.jcr.impl.xdb.XDBPersistenceManagerFactory option.transactions.supported = false 19.08.2014 10:56:39 oracle.jcr.impl.OracleRepositoryImpl login INFO: Session Session-1 connected for user id XDB Exception in thread "main" javax.jcr.RepositoryException: Unable to accept binary content at oracle.jcr.impl.ExceptionFactory.repository(ExceptionFactory.java:142) at oracle.jcr.impl.ExceptionFactory.otherwiseFailed(ExceptionFactory.java:98) at oracle.jcr.impl.xdb.XDBPersistenceManager.acceptBinaryStream(XDBPersistenceManager.java:1421) at oracle.jcr.impl.xdb.XDBResource.setContent(XDBResource.java:898) at oracle.jcr.impl.ContentNode.setProperty(ContentNode.java:472) at oracle.jcr.impl.OracleNode.setProperty(OracleNode.java:1439) at oracle.jcr.impl.OracleNode.setProperty(OracleNode.java:460) at UploadFile.main(UploadFile.java:54) Caused by: java.sql.SQLException: Invalid argument(s) in call at oracle.jdbc.driver.T2CConnection.newOutputStream(T2CConnection.java:2392) at oracle.sql.BLOB.setBinaryStream(BLOB.java:893) at oracle.jcr.impl.xdb.XDBPersistenceManager.acceptBinaryStream(XDBPersistenceManager.java:1393) ... 5 more

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  • Oracle ETPM is renamed Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management (PSRM)

    - by Rick Finley
    We are excited to announce to that with the upcoming release of v2.4, we are renaming ETPM to Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management (Oracle PSRM).  This is a pure name change, and all terms and conditions for existing customer licensing remain unchanged.  We feel that this updated naming is a better reflection of our current customer base, which includes tax revenue for many Departments of Revenue, as well as agencies that at manage non-tax revenue, such as regulatory fees, loans, and social benefits.    Please note, as part of this name change, related products in the Oracle ETPM family, such as Oracle Tax Analytics, and Oracle ETPM Self Service, will be renamed at their next major product release to align to the Oracle PSRM theme.   

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  • ???????/???Oracle ASM?Oracle Clusterware???????????

    - by user788995
    ????? ??:2012/01/23 ??:??????/?? Oracle Database 11g Release 2 ? Oracle Clusterware ? Oracle Automatic Storage Management(ASM) ?????????????????????????? RAC·ASM·Clusterware ?????????? Oracle Clusterware ? Oracle ASM??? / Oracle Clusterware ???????????Oracle ASM ?????????????????? / Oracle Clusterware ??????????Oracle ASM ??????????????? ????????? ????????????????? http://otndnld.oracle.co.jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/movie/111202_C-14_ASMClusterware.wmv http://otndnld.oracle.co.jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/movie/mp4/111202_C-14_ASMClusterware.mp4 http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/jp/ondemand/db-technique/c-14-asmclusterware-1448430-ja.pdf

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  • Oracle Launches Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c at OpenWorld Japan

    - by Anand Akela
    Oracle Senior Vice President John Fowler and Oracle Vice President of Systems Management Steve Wilson unveiled Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c at Oracle OpenWorld, Tokyo Japan on April 4th morning.  Oracle Enterprise Manager combines management of servers, operating systems, virtualization solution for x86 and SPRC servers, firmware, storage, and network fabrics with Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center. Available at no additional cost as part of the Ops Center Anywhere Program, Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c allows enterprises to accelerate mission-critical cloud deployment, unleash the power of Solaris 11 — the first cloud OS, and simplify Oracle engineered systems management. Here are some of the resources for you to learn more about the new Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c :  Press Release : Introducing Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c White paper: Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c - Making Infrastructure-as-a-Service in the Enterprise a Reality Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center web page at Oracle Technology Network Join Oracle Launch Webcast : Total Cloud Control for Systems on April 12th at 9 AM PST to learn more about  Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c from Oracle Senior Vice President John Fowler, Oracle Vice President of Systems Management Steve Wilson and a panel of Oracle executive. Stay connected with  Oracle Enterprise Manager   :  Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Linkedin | Newsletter

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  • Become an Oracle Solaris 11 Certified Implementation Specialist!

    - by uwes
    Have you heard about one of the newest certifications from Oracle, the Oracle Solaris 11 Certified Implementation Specialist? If you already have a background in Oracle Solaris, have some previous UNIX knowledge, or are working with or for an Oracle Partner that’s pursuing Oracle Solaris 11 Specialization, then you may be interested in the many different ways to gain this highly valued industry certification. An Oracle Certified Implementation Specialist is recognized as capable of installing, configuring, and implementing Oracle Solaris 11 on enterprise class SPARC and x86 systems. This certification is highly valued by Oracle customers and partners alike, since you will have obtained an updated skill set on the newest and most powerful operating system release from Oracle which will set your company apart. If you’ve already achieved an industry certification in Solaris then you’re just a few steps away from becoming an Oracle Solaris 11 Certified Implementation Specialist. Also, if you’re new to Oracle Solaris, we have a path for you too. Listed below are some of the many options Oracle offers in delivering training the way you need it to help you achieve your goal of being recognized as an Oracle Solaris 11 Implementation Specialist. Which path best describes you? New to UNIX but want/need to achieve Certified status? Training Paths: Oracle Certified Associate, Oracle Solaris 11 System Administrator Exam: 1Z0-821 – Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration Certified on an earlier version of Solaris and want full Administration Certification? Recommended Training class: Transition to Oracle Solaris 11 Exam: 1Z0-820 – Transition to Oracle Solaris 11 Certified on an earlier version of Solaris and want the partner based Implementation Certification? Recommended Training Path: OPN Guided Learning Path Exam: 1Z0-580 – Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Essentials Get Started Today!

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  • Certify August Updates

    - by Sadia2
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 We have added some release and platform certifications to MOS Certify. Applications : Oracle Demantra Demand Management 7.3.1.5, Oracle Demantra Predictive Trade Planning 7.3.1.5, Oracle Demantra Sales and Operations Planning 7.3.1.5 Database: Oracle Database Client 12.1.0.1.0 11.2.0.4.0, Oracle Clusterware 11.2.0.4.0, Oracle Database 11.2.0.4.0, Oracle Real Application Clusters 11.2.0.4.0 E-Business Suite: Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.3, Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.2, Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1, Oracle E-Business Suite 12.0.6, Oracle E-Business Suite 11.5.10.2 Edge Applications: Oracle Transportation Management 6.3.2 Enterprise Manager: Oracle Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.0.1.0 Fusion Middleware: Discoverer Administrator 11.1.1.6.0, Discoverer Desktop 11.1.1.6.0, Forms Builder 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Application Development Framework 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Application Development Runtime 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Directory Services Manager 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Forms 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle GoldenGate 11.1.1.1.0, 11.1.1.1.2, 11.1.1.1.1, Oracle GoldenGate Application Adapters 11.1.1.1.1, Oracle Identity and Access Management 11.1.2.0.0, 11.1.2.1.0, Oracle Identity Federation 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Real-Time Decision Load Generator 11.1.1.7.0, Oracle Real-Time Decision Studio 11.1.1.7.0, Oracle Real-Time Decisions 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Reports 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Segmentation Server 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Virtual Directory 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle Web Cache 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle WebCenter Content Imaging 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Content Inbound Refinery Server 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Content Records 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Content Rights 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Content UI 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Portal 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Sites 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Sites: CIP for EMC Documentum 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Sites: CIP for File Systems and MS SharePoint 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Sites: Community-Gadgets 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Sites: Explorer 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Universal Content Management 11.1.1.8.0, Reports Builder 11.1.1.6.0, Oracle WebCenter Content Records 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Content Rights 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Content UI 11.1.1.8.0, Oracle WebCenter Sites: Developer Tools 11.1.1.8.0 FSGBU Insurance Group : Oracle Health Insurance Claims 2.13.3.0.0, 2.13.2.0.0, 2.13.1.0.0 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.1.3.0, 9.1.2.0, 9.1.0.0 JD Edwards World: JD Edwards World Service Enablement A93SE, A931SE PeopleSoft: PeopleSoft PeopleTools 8.52 Siebel Enterprise: Siebel Application Server 8.2.2.4.0, 8.2.2.3.0, 8.2.2.2.0, 8.1.1.11.0, 8.1.1.10.0, 8.1.1.9.0, Siebel CRM Desktop Client 8.2.2.4.0, 8.2.2.3.0, 8.2.2.2.0, 8.1.1.11.0, 8.1.1.10.0, 8.1.1.9.0, Siebel Database Server 8.2.2.4.0, 8.2.2.3.0, 8.2.2.2.0, 8.1.1.11.0, 8.1.1.10.0, 8.1.1.9.0, Siebel HI Web Client 8.2.2.2.0, 8.1.1.9.0, Siebel Gateway Server 8.2.2.4.0, 8.2.2.3.0, 8.2.2.2.0, 8.1.1.11.0, 8.1.1.10.0, 8.1.1.9.0, Siebel Outlook Add-in Client 8.2.2.2.0, Siebel Remote Client 8.2.2.4.0, 8.2.2.3.0, 8.2.2.2.0, 8.1.1.11.0, 8.1.1.10.0, 8.1.1.9.0, Siebel Tools Client 8.2.2.4.0, 8.2.2.3.0, 8.2.2.2.0, 8.1.1.11.0, 8.1.1.10.0, 8.1.1.9.0, Siebel Web Server Extension 8.2.2.4.0, 8.2.2.3.0, 8.2.2.2.0, 8.1.1.11.0, 8.1.1.10.0, 8.1.1.9.0 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0in; mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}

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  • Oracle Exadata?????????? ??1

    - by takashi.hitomi
    2009?7?~2010?5????Oracle Exadata???????????????? 2010?4?15? ???? ???????????? ? ??????Exadata V2??????????????????????? 2010?4?13? ???? ??????????? ? ?????????????????????????? 2010?4?6? ?????·???????·??????? ? T???????????????????????????????????? 2010?3?1? ?????? ????? ?????????????????????????????????????? 2010?2?2? ???? ????????? ? ??????????????Intel???????????????Sun Oracle Database Machine??????? 2010?1?26? ???? ????(????·???) ? ?Oracle Exadata??????????·??????????????????????? 2009?7?14? ?????????? ? ???????????HP Oracle Database Machine????

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  • BOEING, EA and UNDERWRITER LABS @ Oracle Open World 2012 General Session (GEN9504): Innovation Platform for Oracle Apps, including Oracle Fusion Applications

    - by Sanjeev Sharma
     What does it take to deliver social, mobile, cloud and business analytic      capabilities? Oracle Fusion Middleware is the leading innovation platform for today’s new    business  applications and the building-block of Oracle Fusion Applications.  Join Amit Zavery,  Vice President of Fusion Middleware Product Management discuss Oracle Fusion  Applications’ architecture and the strategy roadmap for Oracle Fusion Middleware. Underwriter Laboratories is the world’s leading provider of product safety and certification testing services.  To support its business growth from $1B to $5B in the next 5 years Underwriter Laboratories is undergoing a major business transformation. Underpinning Underwriter Laboratories's growth plans and associated business transformation is a major Datacenter Modernization effort to consolidate its existing Oracle Applications (E-Business Suite, Siebel CRM, BI etc.) and middleware components (Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle AIA etc.) on a standardized application platform. Underwriter Labs has identified Oracle Engineered Systems (Exalogic and Exadata) as the cornerstone of its Datacenter Modernization endeavor which will eventually support 10,000 employees, 87,000 manufactures and 600,000 catalog items.  Hear senior business leaders from Boeing, Electronic Arts and Underwriters  Laboratories discuss how their organizations are leveraging Oracle Fusion Middleware and  Oracle Applications to improve productivity, lower IT costs and lay a  foundation for business  innovation at the following general session at Oracle Open World 2012: Session:  GEN9504 - General Session: Innovation Platform for Oracle Apps, Including Oracle Fusion ApplicationsDate: Monday, 1 Oct, 2012Time: 10:45 am - 11:45 am (PST)Venue: Moscone West (3002 / 3004)

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  • Oracle celebrates a successful Oracle CloudWorld in Bogotá

    - by yaldahhakim
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 written by: Diana Tamayo Tovar Oracle CloudWorld Bogotá began with scattered showers, rain and strong winds, inviting Colombians to spend a whole day in the social, mobile and complete world of Oracle Cloud. The event took place on November 6th with 807 attendees, 15 media representatives and 65 partners, who gathered to share the business value of Cloud along with Oracle executives and Colombian market leaders. Line-of-business leaders in sales and marketing, customer service and support, HR and talent management, and finance and operations, shared their ideas with Colombian customers, giving them a chance to learn, discover and engage with the tools, trends and concepts of Cloud. The highlights of the event included the presence of keynote speakers such as Bob Evans, Chief Communications Officer, and a customer testimonial session with top business leaders from insurance, finances, retail, communications and health Colombian industries, who shared their innovation experiences and success stories on workforce empowerment, talent management, cloud security, social engagement and productivity, providing best case scenarios on how Oracle has helped them transform their business with technologies like cloud, social collaboration and mobile applications. The keynote session was preceded by a customer success story from one of the largest virtual network operator in the country, providing an interesting case study of mobile banking innovation and a great customer testimonial of the importance of cross industry strategies and cloud technology. The event provided five different tracks on the main trends of how companies communicate and engage with different audiences, providing a different perspective on the importance of empowering brands through their customers, trusting and investing in technology for growth, while Oracle University shared their knowledge with “Oracle Cloud Fundamentals” a training lesson regarding Java Cloud, Database Cloud and other Oracle Cloud product technologies and solutions. The rainy day scenario included sideshows of aerial acrobatics and speed painting performances to recreate the environment of modern and flexible Cloud Solutions in a colorful and creative way. Oracle CloudWorld Bogotá was a great opportunity to expose invalid cloud Myths and the main concerns of the Colombian customers towards cloud, considering IDC Latin America studies stating that 93% of Colombian business leaders are interested in cloud but only 47% understand its business value. Spending a day in the cloud with 6 demogrounds stations, conference sessions, interesting case studies and customer testimonials will surely widen the endless market opportunities for Colombian customers, leaving them amazed with how Oracle Cloud works towards integration with other environments, non oracle applications, social media and mobile devices with bulletproof security infrastructure. /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;}

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  • Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Database: A Robust Infrastructure for your Applications

    - by Ruma Sanyal
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 It has been said that a chain is as strong as its weakest link. Well, this is also true for your application infrastructure. Not only are the various components that constitute your infrastructure, like database and application server critical, the integration between these things [whether coming out of the box from your vendor or done in-house] is paramount. Imagine your database being down and your application server not knowing about it and as a result your application waiting indefinitely for a database response – not a great situation if high availability is critical to your application. Or one of your database nodes is very busy, but your application server doesn’t have the intelligence to decipher that – it keeps pinging the busy node when it can in fact get a response from another idle node much faster. This is what Oracle WebLogic and Database integration provides: Intelligent integration out of the box. Tight integration between Oracle WebLogic and Database makes your infrastructure robust enough that not only does each of your infrastructure component provide you with improved RASP [reliability availability, scalability, and performance] but these components work together to offer improved performance & availability, better resource sharing, inherent scalability, ease of configuration and automated management for your entire infrastructure. Oracle WebLogic Server is the only application server with this degree of integration to Oracle Database. With Oracle WebLogic Server 11g, we introduced Active GridLink for Real Application Clusters (RAC). In conjunction with Oracle Database, this powerful software technology simplifies management, increases availability, and ensures fast connection failover with runtime connection, load balancing and affinity capabilities. With the release of Oracle Database 12c this summer, even tighter integration between Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.2) and Oracle Database 12c has been achieved and this further optimizes the integration for a global cloud environment. Read about these capabilities in detail in the Oracle WebLogic-Database Integration Whitepaper. Get in depth ‘how-to’ details from this YouTube video on the topic from our resident expert, Monica Roccelli. /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;}

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  • ??????Java API?????????????????????????·??????????/????·???????|WebLogic Channel|??????

    - by ???02
    ??????Java???????????????????????????????????????1??????????Java??????????·???????????????????????????????????????????????????????Java????????????????????????????????·???????Oracle Coherence????????????????????????????????????????????????Coherence??Java?????????????????????????????????????????????????????2??????Oracle Coherence?Java???????????????????????????????????(???)?????????????Web??????????????Oracle Coherence ?????????????HashMap????????????????????Java?????????????????????????????????1???????????????????????????/??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???JSP????????Struts???????Web???????????HttpSession?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???Web???????????????Java?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????·??·?????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence????? Oracle Coherence???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence?????????????????????????????????????Web??????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????Oracle Coherence??????????????????????????2???????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????CPU??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????CPU??????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence??????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence??????????????????????????????????/??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????1?1????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence???????????????3????? ???????Oracle Coherence???????????????????Java????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence?????????????????????????3??????(1)??????????????? 1????Oracle WebLogic Server???????????·??????????????????????HTTP?????????????Oracle Coherence?????????? Oracle Coherence???Coherence*Web????????????????????????????????????????HttpSession?setAttribute?getAttribute??????????????????????Oracle Coherence?API???????????????????????Oracle Coherence?????????????Coherence???????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence????????????????????/????????????????????·??????????????? ???????????????????????????RDB????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????RDB??????????????/?????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????ANA SKY WEB???Oracle Coherence?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????ANA SKY WEB???????????????Oracle Coherence???????????????????10???????? ???????????·?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????·???????????????Oracle Coherence??????????·???????????????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????????????????(?????????????????????????)??????????????????(2)??????????????? 2????????Oracle Coherence??????????????????????????????? Oracle Coherence???Java Persistence API(JPA)???????·??????????????EclipseLink?Coherence?????????????????TopLink Grid??????????TopLink Grid??JPA????????????????????Oracle Coherence???????????????????JPQL(Java Persistence Query Language)?????????????Oracle Coherence????????????????????????????TopLink Grid???????JPA?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????·?????1?????????????????????????????????????????????????????JPA????????????????????????·????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???JPA?????????·???????????Grid Cache???Grid Read???Grid Entry??3?????????????Grid Cache??Oracle Coherence?2?????????????????Grid Read???????????(?????)?Oracle Coherence????????????????????????????(?????????????Coherence?????????)????Grid Entry???????/?????????Oracle Coherence??????(?????????????????????Coherence?????????????)??????????????????????????????????????????????????????(3)??/??????????????? 3??????????/?????????????Oracle Coherence???Java?Map API?????????????????????????????????????ID??????Map API????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence???????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence?????????ID??????Map API???????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????80??????????????????????·??????????????????????·????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence???????????????????????Oracle Coherence???????????/??????????????·?????????????·????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????Java???API???????????Oracle Coherence?????????????????????????????3??????????????????????Java???????????????????????????????????????Oracle Coherence????API?????????????????????????????????3????????????

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  • Fidelity Investments Life Insurance Executive Weighs in on Policy Administration Modernization

    - by helen.pitts(at)oracle.com
    James Klauer, vice president of Client Services Technology at Fidelity Investment Life Insurance, weighs in on the rationale and challenges associated with policy administration system replacement in this month's digital issue of Insurance Networking News.    In "The Policy Administration Replacement Quandary"  Klauer shared the primary business benefit that can be realized by adopting a modern policy administration system--a timely topic given that recent industry analyst surveys indicate policy administration replacement and modernization will continue to be a top priority for insurers this year.    "Modern policy administration systems are more flexible than systems of the past," Klauer says in the article. " This has allowed us to shorten our delivery time for new products and product changes.  We have also had a greater ability to integrate with other systems and to deliver process efficiencies."   Klauer goes on to advise that insurers ensure they have a solid understanding of the requirements when replacing their legacy policy administration system. "If you can afford the time, take the opportunity to re-engineer your business processes.  We were able to drastically change our death processes, introducing automation and error-proofing." Click here to read more of Klauer's insights and recommendations for best practices in the publication's "Ask & Answered" column.   You also can learn more the benefits of an adaptive, rules-driven approach to policy administration and how to mitigate risks associated with system replacement by attending the free Oracle Insurance Virtual Summit:  Fueling the Adaptive Insurance Enterprise, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. EST, Wednesday, January 26.      Insurance Networking News and Oracle Insurance have teamed up to bring you this first-of-its-kind event. This year's theme, "Fueling the Adaptive Insurance Enterprise," will focus on bringing you information about exciting new technology concepts, which can help your company react more quickly to new market opportunities and, ultimately, grow the business.    Visit virtual booths and chat online with Oracle product specialists, network with other insurers, learn about exciting new product announcements, win prizes, and much more--all without leaving your office.  Be sure and attend the on-demand session, "Adapt, Transform and Grow: Accelerate Speed to Market with Adaptive Insurance Policy Administration," hosted by Kate Fowler, product strategy director for Oracle Insurance Policy Administration for Life and Annuity.   Register Now!   Helen Pitts is senior product marketing manager for Oracle Insurance's life and annuities solutions.

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  • World Record Batch Rate on Oracle JD Edwards Consolidated Workload with SPARC T4-2

    - by Brian
    Oracle produced a World Record batch throughput for single system results on Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Day-in-the-Life benchmark using Oracle's SPARC T4-2 server running Oracle Solaris Containers and consolidating JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle WebLogic servers and the Oracle Database 11g Release 2. The workload includes both online and batch workload. The SPARC T4-2 server delivered a result of 8,000 online users while concurrently executing a mix of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Long and Short batch processes at 95.5 UBEs/min (Universal Batch Engines per minute). In order to obtain this record benchmark result, the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Database 11g Release 2 servers were executed each in separate Oracle Solaris Containers which enabled optimal system resources distribution and performance together with scalable and manageable virtualization. One SPARC T4-2 server running Oracle Solaris Containers and consolidating JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle WebLogic servers and the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 utilized only 55% of the available CPU power. The Oracle DB server in a Shared Server configuration allows for optimized CPU resource utilization and significant memory savings on the SPARC T4-2 server without sacrificing performance. This configuration with SPARC T4-2 server has achieved 33% more Users/core, 47% more UBEs/min and 78% more Users/rack unit than the IBM Power 770 server. The SPARC T4-2 server with 2 processors ran the JD Edwards "Day-in-the-Life" benchmark and supported 8,000 concurrent online users while concurrently executing mixed batch workloads at 95.5 UBEs per minute. The IBM Power 770 server with twice as many processors supported only 12,000 concurrent online users while concurrently executing mixed batch workloads at only 65 UBEs per minute. This benchmark demonstrates more than 2x cost savings by consolidating the complete solution in a single SPARC T4-2 server compared to earlier published results of 10,000 users and 67 UBEs per minute on two SPARC T4-2 and SPARC T4-1. The Oracle DB server used mirrored (RAID 1) volumes for the database providing high availability for the data without impacting performance. Performance Landscape JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Day in the Life (DIL) Benchmark Consolidated Online with Batch Workload System Rack Units BatchRate(UBEs/m) Online Users Users /Units Users /Core Version SPARC T4-2 (2 x SPARC T4, 2.85 GHz) 3 95.5 8,000 2,667 500 9.0.2 IBM Power 770 (4 x POWER7, 3.3 GHz, 32 cores) 8 65 12,000 1,500 375 9.0.2 Batch Rate (UBEs/m) — Batch transaction rate in UBEs per minute Configuration Summary Hardware Configuration: 1 x SPARC T4-2 server with 2 x SPARC T4 processors, 2.85 GHz 256 GB memory 4 x 300 GB 10K RPM SAS internal disk 2 x 300 GB internal SSD 2 x Sun Storage F5100 Flash Arrays Software Configuration: Oracle Solaris 10 Oracle Solaris Containers JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0.2 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools (8.98.4.2) Oracle WebLogic Server 11g (10.3.4) Oracle HTTP Server 11g Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.1) Benchmark Description JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is an integrated applications suite of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. Oracle offers 70 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application modules to support a diverse set of business operations. Oracle's Day in the Life (DIL) kit is a suite of scripts that exercises most common transactions of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications, including business processes such as payroll, sales order, purchase order, work order, and manufacturing processes, such as ship confirmation. These are labeled by industry acronyms such as SCM, CRM, HCM, SRM and FMS. The kit's scripts execute transactions typical of a mid-sized manufacturing company. The workload consists of online transactions and the UBE – Universal Business Engine workload of 61 short and 4 long UBEs. LoadRunner runs the DIL workload, collects the user’s transactions response times and reports the key metric of Combined Weighted Average Transaction Response time. The UBE processes workload runs from the JD Enterprise Application server. Oracle's UBE processes come as three flavors: Short UBEs < 1 minute engage in Business Report and Summary Analysis, Mid UBEs > 1 minute create a large report of Account, Balance, and Full Address, Long UBEs > 2 minutes simulate Payroll, Sales Order, night only jobs. The UBE workload generates large numbers of PDF files reports and log files. The UBE Queues are categorized as the QBATCHD, a single threaded queue for large and medium UBEs, and the QPROCESS queue for short UBEs run concurrently. Oracle's UBE process performance metric is Number of Maximum Concurrent UBE processes at transaction rate, UBEs/minute. Key Points and Best Practices Two JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application Servers, two Oracle WebLogic Servers 11g Release 1 coupled with two Oracle Web Tier HTTP server instances and one Oracle Database 11g Release 2 database on a single SPARC T4-2 server were hosted in separate Oracle Solaris Containers bound to four processor sets to demonstrate consolidation of multiple applications, web servers and the database with best resource utilizations. Interrupt fencing was configured on all Oracle Solaris Containers to channel the interrupts to processors other than the processor sets used for the JD Edwards Application server, Oracle WebLogic servers and the database server. A Oracle WebLogic vertical cluster was configured on each WebServer Container with twelve managed instances each to load balance users' requests and to provide the infrastructure that enables scaling to high number of users with ease of deployment and high availability. The database log writer was run in the real time RT class and bound to a processor set. The database redo logs were configured on the raw disk partitions. The Oracle Solaris Container running the Enterprise Application server completed 61 Short UBEs, 4 Long UBEs concurrently as the mixed size batch workload. The mixed size UBEs ran concurrently from the Enterprise Application server with the 8,000 online users driven by the LoadRunner. See Also SPARC T4-2 Server oracle.com OTN JD Edwards EnterpriseOne oracle.com OTN Oracle Solaris oracle.com OTN Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Enterprise Edition oracle.com OTN Oracle Fusion Middleware oracle.com OTN Disclosure Statement Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Results as of 09/30/2012.

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  • Documentation in Oracle Retail Analytics, Release 13.3

    - by Oracle Retail Documentation Team
    The 13.3 Release of Oracle Retail Analytics is now available on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud and from My Oracle Support. The Oracle Retail Analytics 13.3 release introduced significant new functionality with its new Customer Analytics module. The Customer Analytics module enables you to perform retail analysis of customers and customer segments. Market basket analysis (part of the Customer Analytics module) provides insight into which products have strong affinity with one another. Customer behavior information is obtained from mining sales transaction history, and it is correlated with customer segment attributes to inform promotion strategies. The ability to understand market basket affinities allows marketers to calculate, monitor, and build promotion strategies based on critical metrics such as customer profitability. Highlighted End User Documentation Updates With the addition of Oracle Retail Customer Analytics, the documentation set addresses both modules under the single umbrella name of Oracle Retail Analytics. Note, however, that the modules, Oracle Retail Merchandising Analytics and Oracle Retail Customer Analytics, are licensed separately. To accommodate new functionality, the Retail Analytics suite of documentation has been updated in the following areas, among others: The User Guide has been updated with an overview of Customer Analytics. It also contains a list of metrics associated with Customer Analytics. The Operations Guide provides details on Market Basket Analysis as well as an updated list of APIs. The program reference list now also details the module (Merchandising Analytics or Customer Analytics) to which each program applies. The Data Model was updated to include new information related to Customer Analytics, and a new section, Market Basket Analysis Module, was added to the document with its own entity relationship diagrams and data definitions. List of Documents The following documents are included in Oracle Retail Analytics 13.3: Oracle Retail Analytics Release Notes Oracle Retail Analytics Installation Guide Oracle Retail Analytics User Guide Oracle Retail Analytics Implementation Guide Oracle Retail Analytics Operations Guide Oracle Retail Analytics Data Model

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  • Kicking yourself because you missed the Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Develop Call for Papers?

    - by charlie.berger
    Here's a great opportunity!If you missed the Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Develop Call for Papers, here is another opportunity to submit a paper to present. Submit a paper and ask your colleagues, Oracle Mix community, friends and anyone else you know to vote for your session. As applications of data mining and predictive analytics are always interesting, your chances of getting accepted by votes is higher.  Note, only Oracle Mix members are allowed to vote. Voting is open from the end of May through June 20. For the most part, the top voted sessions will be selected for the program (although we may choose sessions in order to balance the content across the program). Please note that Oracle reserves the right to decline sessions that are not appropriate for the conference, such as subjects that are competitive in nature or sessions that cover outdated versions of products. Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle DevelopSuggest-a-Sessionhttps://mix.oracle.com/oow10/proposals FAQhttps://mix.oracle.com/oow10/faq

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  • Go for the Deep Dive on Oracle Products and Technology

    - by Oracle OpenWorld Blog Team
    by Karen Shamban Oracle University gives you more learning for your conference investment. It’s easier than ever before to get in-depth Oracle product and technology training if you’re attending any of the Oracle conferences this fall, including Oracle OpenWorld, the Oracle Customer Experience Summit @ OpenWorld, the Oracle PartnerNetwork Exchange @ OpenWorld, and MySQL Connect. Why is it easier? Because Oracle University preconference training takes place on Sunday, September 30 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. And you’re going to be in town for the conference anyway, right? The training ends early enough in the afternoon that you’ll still be able to get good seats for conference opening keynotes and get psyched for the welcome reception that follows. Each session will be taught by an expert Oracle University instructor and will be fact-packed with demos and tips to help you do more than ever before with your Oracle product and technology investment. The training sessions being offered include: Applications:·             PeopleSoft Test Framework Script Creation and Optimization·             New Integration Technologies for PeopleTools 8.52·             Oracle Fusion Applications: Security Fundamentals Database and Systems:·             Certification Exam Cram: Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Administrators·             Exadata Database Machine Administration Workshop·             Introduction to Big Data·             Using Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c·             Using Java - for PL/SQL and Database Developers Fusion Middleware:·             Developing Portable Java EE Applications with the Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 API and Java Persistence API 2.0·             Developing Secure Java Web Services·             How The Latest Java EE and SOA Help in Architecting and Designing Robust Enterprise Applications·             Oracle Business Intelligence 11g: Overview to Analyses and Dashboards·             Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Build Applications with ADF I·             Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Administer Forms Services·             Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administration·             WebLogic Server Administration Essentials Don’t miss this great opportunity to maximize your Oracle OpenWorld experience and investment. Learn more about Oracle University training sessions.

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  • Oracle Exadata???????????????????

    - by takashi.hitomi
    2010?6????????????????????Oracle Exadata??????????????! ???????Oracle Exadata?????? ?????????2010 ???????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Oracle?Smart Grid????????Oracle Exadata??????????????????????????? ?21? ??·?????????? ????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????·?·????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????Oracle Exadata?????????????Oracle Database????????·?????????????? ?????????Update?Get?? Oracle Cloud Computing Summit ~ Database & Exadata Day ~ Oracle Cloud Computing Summit??????1? ????·??????????Oracle????????????????????????? ?????????·?????????????????????????????????·??????????????????????????????????????

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