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  • Oracle VM 3: New Patch Set! (or Mega Millions winner?...you decide!..)

    - by Adam Hawley
    Today, my favorite number is 14736185 (despite the fact that it did not win me $249million in the MegaMillions lottery...or did it?)!  Why?  Because it is our latest patch release and it is chock-full of good stuff for the Oracle VM 3.0 user.  Oracle VM support customers can find it on My Oracle Support as patch number 14736185.   This can be installed on Oracle VM 3.0.x systems as an incremental patch on top of 3.0.3, so if you previously ran 3.0.3 GA or updated to 3.0.3 patch 1 ( build 150) this will just apply on top.  We're recommending you update to this patch set at your earliest convenience.  For more details, see below but also see Wim Coekaert's blog with related info here. Oracle VM Manager Update Instructions Oracle VM Manager 3.0.2 or 3.0.3 can be upgraded to this Oracle VM Manager 3.0.3 patch update. Unzip the patch file on the server running Oracle VM Manager and execute the runUpgrader.sh script. # ./runUpgrader.sh Please refer to Oracle VM Installation and Upgrade Guide for details. Upgrade Oracle VM Servers It's highly recommended to update Oracle VM Server 3.0.3 with the latest patch update. Please review Oracle VM 3.0.3 User Guide http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26996_01/e18549/BABDDEGC.html for specific instructions how to use Yum repository to perform the server update. To receive notification on the software update delivered to Oracle Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN, http://linux.oracle.com) for Oracle VM, you can sign up here http://oss.oracle.com/mailman/listinfo/oraclevm-errata.  Additional Information Oracle VM documentation is available on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN):http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/vm/documentation/index.html  Please refer to the Oracle VM 3.0.3 Release Notes for a list of features and known issues. For the latest information, best practices white papers and webinars, please visit http://oracle.com/virtualization

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  • General Availability of Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in 12.1.0.1.0

    - by user810030
    We are pleased to announce the General Availability of Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in 12.1.0.1.0, an integral part of Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite. The combination of Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control and the Application Management Suite combines functionality that was available in the standalone Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite and Application Change Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite with Oracle’s Real User Experience Insight product and the Configuration & Compliance capabilities to provide the most complete solution for managing Oracle E-Business Suite applications. The features that were available in the standalone management packs are now packaged into the Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in, which is now fully certified with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control. This latest plug-in extends Cloud Control with E-Business Suite specific system management capabilities and features enhanced change management support. This new release offers the following key enhancements: General: Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Base Platform uptake: All components of the management suite are certified with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control. Security: Privilege Delegation: The Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in now extends Enterprise Manager’s privilege delegation through Sudo and PowerBroker to Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in host targets.  Privileges and Roles for Managing Oracle E-Business Suite: This release includes new ready-to-use target and resource privileges to monitor, manage, and perform Change Management functionality.  Cloning: Named Credentials Uptake in Cloning: The Clone module transactions now let users leverage the Named Credential feature introduced in Enterprise Manager 12c, thereby passing all the benefits of Named Credentials features in Enterprise Manager to the Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in users.  Smart Clone improvements: The new and improved Smart Clone UI supports the adding of "pre and post" custom steps to a copy of the ready-to-use cloning deployment procedure. Now a user can pass parameters to the custom steps through the interview screen of the UI as well as pass ready-to-use parameters to the custom steps.  Change Management Enhancements Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite provides a centralized view to monitor and orchestrate changes (both functional and technical) across multiple Oracle E-Business Suite systems. In this latest release, it provides even more control and flexibility in managing Oracle E-Business Suite changes. Customization Manager: Support for longer file names: Customization Manager now handles file names up to thirty characters in length.  Patch Manager: Queuing of Patch Manager Runs: This feature allows patch runs to queue up if Patch Manager detects a specific target is in a blackout state.  Multi-node system patching: The patch run interview has been enhanced to allow Enterprise Manager Administrator to choose which nodes adpatch will run on.  New AD Administration Options: The patch run interview has been extended to include AD Administration Options "Relink Application Programs", "Generate Product Jars Files", "Generate Report Files", and "Generate Form Files".  Release Technical Details Product documentation for the plug-in is available on My Oracle Support as note 1434392.1.  The Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in can be accessed in one of the following ways:  Fresh install  Enterprise Manager Store  Oracle Software Delivery Cloud Upgrades  Oracle Technology Network Please refer to the Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite Guide for further details.  Related Software Component Oracle Real User Experience Insight 12.1.0.0.1  Product documentation is available on Oracle Technology Network in the "Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 1 (12.1) Documentation" set under the "Associated Document" tab. (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26370_01/index.htm)  Product may be downloaded individually from Oracle Technology Network software download page for Oracle Enterprise Manager under "Additional Enterprise Manager Downloads." (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/oem/grid-control/downloads/index.html)  Product may also be downloaded individually from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. Select "Oracle Enterprise Manager" product pack, "Oracle Real User Experience Insight 12c Release 1 Media Pack for x8  Collateral Can be accessed on the Application Management Page on Oracle Technology Network

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  • Oracle Database Appliance:???????????1Box?????2????????!

    - by Yusuke.Yamamoto
    11?14????????·????????Oracle Database Appliance???????????????? ????????:????????Oracle Database Appliance??????????? Oracle Database Appliance ??? Oracle Database Appliance ??Oracle Database ?????????????????????????·??????????Oracle Database ??(1)??????(2)RAC One Node ??(3)Oracle RAC ?????????????????????? Oracle Real Application Clusters(RAC)|??????????? ??????Oracle Database 11gR2 Oracle Real Application Clusters One Node ??(1)?????DB?????????????1Box???????? Oracle Database Appliance ???Oracle Real Application Clusters(RAC) ????????????DB??????????????????(????2??????????????????????????????????????????)?1Box????4U???????????????????????? ??(2)?????DB????2???????? Oracle Database Appliance ???Oracle Appliance Manager ????????????????????????Oracle Appliance Manager ????????(7????)???????????(Oracle Database?Oracle Grid Infrastructure?Oracle Enterprise Manager??)?????????(????????????????)?????????????????????2??????? ???Oracle Database Appliance ???????????????????????·????????????? Oracle Appliance Manager:????????????:7??????????????????? ??(3)????????????:???CPU???????????????????? Oracle Database Appliance ????Pay-As-You-Grow(?????????????)???????????????·????????????????Oracle Database Enterprise Edition ???????2??~24????????????? ?????????????????Oracle Database Enterprise Edition ????????(??????????????????)??????????????? Oracle Database Appliance:???? ????????????????????????????????? Oracle Database Appliance:???? ?????? Oracle Database Appliance Oracle Database Appliance:?????? Oracle Database Appliance:?????(??) Oracle Database Appliance:3D?? ????????? Oracle Direct ????Oracle Appliance Manager ????????????????????

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  • The winning combination: Oracle VM Server for x86 + Oracle Sun Fire HW

    - by Karim Berrah
    You might be wondering why OVM Server for x86 (OVM/x86 here and below) should be seriously considered as a nice (business point of view) alternative to standard Hypervisors, if you are virtualizing Oracle Software, especially if you are planning to move to Oracle x86 Hardware (rackmount or blades). Well, let see some "not well known" facts that might interest you and help you in saving more money for your entire company (and not only the Virtulization team). Fact 1: OVM/x86 is considered as a hard partitionning technology (check page 2 of Oracle Server Partitionning Licencing Policies), so if you are buying new servers based on the latest INTEL Xeon E7 CPUs (10 cores per Socket) and have some licencing issues in deploying further Oracle SW, because you are using a hypervisor not recognized as a hard partitionning technology (like VMware), then you need to check here how to do it with OVM . This might help you to continue to deploy your Oracle DB instances on new x86 HW (12 cores, 40 cores, 64 cores servers) in a reasonable way, without having to pay licences for 12 CPU, 40 CPUs or 64 CPUs. You might also consider migrating your legacy Oracle DB DBs to a virtualized environment like OVM/x86 an recover some CPU licences, that can be reused somewhere else in production. Fact 2: OVM/x86 is free to use, without any extra licence for any specific feature (LiveMigration, High Availability, Embedded Management Console). If you want to use it on non Oracle HW, there is a support fee per  system and per year, that is much below VMware support (Oracle VM Premier Limited Support for systems up to 2 CPUs, and Oracle VM Premier Support for any bigger system, independently on the number of populated sockets). Fact 3: support is included with your Oracle x86 HW support (OPS for systems)  and you can re-install on you system Oracle Linux, Oracle Solaris or Oracle VM server for x86, without beeing charged, an keeping the same support level. Fact 4: it is less expensive to virtualize Oracle Linux or Oracle Solaris on OVM/x86 with Oracle HW that any other similar solution with VMware, because all the VMs are then supported and licenced when you buy Oracle HW with OPS. Fact 5: Oracle VM Templates bring you many Virtual Machines already installed, patched and optimized for various Oracle applications. And to be more specific, those templates are fully supported by Oracle, which is not really true when it comes to another hypervisor. By optimized VM Kernel, I mean PV drivers, OVM-ready kernels in the VM, single source clock for all the VMS, better memory management of the VM ... Fact 6: there is no extra costs for a management console. OVM comes with a free OVM Manager package for Linux.  More infos: Latest announcement of OVM/x86 update 2.2.2 A short flash demo of OVM server for x86 A short flash demo on OVM Templates and Virtual Assembly Builder Oracle Linux Support and Oracle VM Support Global Price List  ISVs: Benefits for Independant Sofwtare Vendors (ISVs) in using OVM/x86 Consultant Services: Advanced Customer Services for OVM/x86  Technical Features Best practices and Guideline for OVM with Oracle Blades Reduce TCO and get more Value from your x86 Infrastructure

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  • IDC report - Highlights from Oracle OpenWorld 2012: Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Exadata X3

    - by Javier Puerta
    In December 2012, IDC has published "Highlights from Oracle OpenWorld 2012: Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Exadata X3" IDC provides a concise description of the technical and business benefits of Exadata X3 and Oracle Database 12c (focusing on Pluggable Databases) IDC states:  “The announced technologies [X3 & 12c] enhance Oracle’s position as an innovator that continues to enhance the value delivered to customers”   You can download the full report here.  (Oracle has purchased electronic distribution rights to this research note. Electronic rights expire in June 2013.)

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  • Announcing Oracle Mobile Timecards for Oracle E-Business Suite, Release 12.1 and Release 12.2

    - by CaroleB
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Oracle E-Business Suite Development is pleased to announce the availability of Oracle Mobile Timecards for Oracle E-Business Suite iPhone application.  With this new mobile app, users can record time on the go, and quickly submit timecards to ensure that downstream processes like Payroll, Projects Costing and Vendor Settlements are executed on time. Key features include: Enter time day-wise for easy time booking Enter time in Quick Time or Regular Time modes Support Payroll and Projects based time entry Aggregate day-wise entries into timecard periods Submit and view timecards while on the go Oracle Mobile Timecards for Oracle E-Business Suite is currently available on OS, and Android availability is planned. It is available to Oracle E-Business Suite customers as part of an existing Oracle Time and Labor product license; no new "mobile" license is required. Download Availability You can download Oracle E-Business Suite Smartphone Applications directly from the Apple Store and run them on Oracle Business Suite 12.1.3 or 12.2.3 – the same client-side code runs with either release: iTunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/oracle-timecards-for-oracle/id883064245?mt=8  For each app, an administrator performs a simple, one-time ennoblement using server-side patches. For deployment instructions, see Oracle E-Business Suite Mobile Apps, Release 12.1 and 12.2 Documentation (Note 1641772.1). Demo Availability   Support for demo-ING in GS environments will be available shortly. A demo preview of Oracle Mobile Timecards for Oracle E-Business Suite is available here. Configured Layouts on Mobile Timecards Note.1671889.1 Mobile Timecard Layout Configuration Whitepaper for OTL Mobile Time Entry /* 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-family:"Times New Roman","serif";}

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  • ???????/??????! Oracle Database 11g R2 ???????

    - by Yusuke.Yamamoto
    ????? ??:2010/11/17 ??:??????/?? 2009?9?? Oracle Database ?????Oracle Database 11g Release 2???????????1???????!??????????????????·??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????!??????????????????????????????????! Oracle Database 11g R2 ????Oracle Database 11g R2 ?????????? ????????? ????????????????? http://www.oracle.com/technology/global/jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/pdf/20101117_11gR2.pdf

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  • Ich bin jetzt Oracle Certified Associate!

    - by britta.wolf
    Jan Peuker, Absolvent der Hochschule Augsburg und University of Melbourne, hat vor kurzem das Zertifikat Oracle Database 10g Administrator Certified Associate erworben. Er hat uns netterweise mit diesem kleinen Text versorgt: "Die Oracle Zertifizierung beginnt üblicherweise mit dem Oracle Certified Associate. Für diese Zertifizierung ist noch keine tiefgehende Praxiserfahrung notwendig. Um den Titel des Oracle Database 11g Administrator Certified Associate zu erlangen, muss man eine Prüfung zu SQL (z.B. 1Z0-051) sowie eine Prüfung zur Administration (1Z0-045) ablegen. Beide Prüfungen dauern 2 Stunden und haben ca. 80 Fragen von denen etwa drei Viertel richtig beantwortet werden müssen, um zu bestehen. Eine Note gibt es nicht. Die Prüfungen finden immer elektronisch statt, die Software erlaubt das Überspringen und Markieren von Fragen. Während meiner Arbeitszeit nach meinem ersten Studium hatte ich häufig mit dem Oracle Datenbanksystem zu tun. Als ich mein Aufbaustudium an der University of Melbourne absolvierte, wurde mir von der Studienberaterin vorgeschlagen, den Kurs „Advanced Database Administration" zu belegen. Dieser beruht vollständig auf den offiziellen Oracle Trainings-Unterlagen zur Prüfung in Oracle Administration und erlaubt daher die Teilnahme an der offiziellen Zertifizierung. Im Gegensatz zur SQL Prüfung, deren Inhalt man sich gut selbst aneignen kann, hilft bei der Administrator-Zertifizierung ein echter Kurs mit Seminar ungemein. Viele Konzepte lassen sich schwer aus einem Buch lernen. Die Bestandteile der SGA oder das Anlegen von Benutzern mögen leicht zugänglich sein, Redo- und Undo-Management sowie Backup und Recovery kann man nur verstehen, wenn man Beispiele hat und diese an einem Testsystem (keine "kleine" XE-Datenbank, sondern eine "richtige" Datenbank mit Enterprise Manager) ausprobieren kann. Übermäßig viel Zeit habe ich keinesfalls investiert, weil das Grundsystem sehr logisch ist. Für die weniger nachvollziehbaren Bereiche, besonders die neuen Features, habe ich mir Fachbegriffe auf Lernkarten geschrieben und die Trainingsunterlagen am System durchgespielt. Die Prüfung war für mich überraschend schwer, weil das einfache "Tagesgeschäft" deutlich unterrepräsentiert ist. In den Multiple-Choice-Fragen werden viele Besonderheiten und Use-Cases abgefragt (online findet man viele Beispielfragen). Da beide Tests in Englisch sind, sollte man nicht nur in der Terminologie des Oracle Datenbanksystems sondern auch in Fachbegriffen der Datenbankwelt allgemein bewandert sein. Oft machen einzelne Wörter (z.B. redundant oder synchronized, redo log oder redo log buffer) die richtige Antwort aus, ein signifikanter Anteil der Fragen beruht auf Zeichnungen oder Diagrammen, die beschrieben werden müssen. So muss man z.B. anhand eines Log-Auszugs beurteilen, warum die Datenbank nicht sauber geschlossen wurde. Allgemeines Wissen über Datenbanksysteme hilft leider nicht viel, da überproportional viele Fragen zu Oracle-spezifischen Themen gestellt werden, wie z.B. Optimierungs-Dienste (ADDM), Flashback, SQL Loader und ein wenig PL/SQL. Die SQL Prüfung ist dagegen sehr geradlinig - was aber nicht einfacher heißt. Hier kommt es mehr auf Auswendiglernen von Syntax an, was mir persönlich nicht liegt. Vor allem als Anwendungsprogrammierer kennt man oft proprietäre SQL-Funktionen nicht, es fällt schwer, sich einzelne Datumsberechnungsfunktionen, Typkonvertierungen, Namespaces oder krude Join-Methoden zu merken. Auf all dies wird in der Prüfung aber sehr viel Wert gelegt. Auch hier wird man wieder mit zweideutigen Multiple-Choice Fragen konfrontiert, bei denen sich z.B. nur die Reihenfolge der Parameter unterscheidet. Zudem sind die Parameter auch nicht ausgeschrieben, sondern in einem Entity-Relationship-Diagramm gegeben, wobei man auf die richtigen Datentypen achten muss. Mir persönlich war die Zeit fast zu knapp bemessen, weil man bei vielen Fragen erst ein Diagramm, einen Datenauszug oder einen längeren Text lesen muss, um dann die richtigen Statements zu finden. Hier helfen Lernkarten also nur bedingt - stattdessen üben, üben, üben. Durch den relativ niedrigen Pass-Score von 70% kann man es sich leisten, unsichere Fragen zuerst zu überspringen und erst nachdem alle sicheren beantwortet sind, zu überdenken. Die Prüfung ist auf jeden Fall fair. Ich habe durch das Oracle-Zertifizierungsprogramm viel gelernt. Die Datenbanken unter meiner Aufsicht laufen deutlich performanter und liefern höhere Verfügbarkeit, weil ich Probleme eliminieren konnte, die mir vorher nicht klar waren. Eine klassische Misskonfiguration, volle Archive Logs, weil diese mit zu lange gehaltenem Flashback-Speicher kollidieren, konnte ich bereits in einer der ersten Stunden meines Kurses an der Uni Melbourne mit Hilfe meines Professors klären. Beide Prüfungen waren problemlos parallel zu anderen Prüfungen zu absolvieren. Empfehlen kann ich eine gründliche Online-Recherche aber auch die Oracle Press-Bücher, welche mit Prüfungsfragen am Ende jedes Kapitels aufwarten. So spart man sich Zeit und ist trotzdem gut vorbereitet. Auch wenn ich keine Laufbahn als Administrator einschlagen werde, bin ich froh die zugrundeliegende Technologie vieler Anwendungen besser zu verstehen. Für meine tägliche Arbeit als Anwendungsentwickler hat es mir vor allem geholfen, Oracle-Konzepte z.B. im Bereich der Transaktionssteuerung und Wiederherstellung zu verstehen und damit viele Open Source Produkte jetzt sinnvoller bewerten und empfehlen zu können." Eine Übersicht der Zertifizierungspfade finden Sie auf der Oracle University Webseite (dann einfach "Deutschland""auswählen und anschließend auf den Punkt "Zertifizierungen" klicken).

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  • Advanced Oracle SOA Suite Oracle Open World 2012 SOA Presentations

    - by JuergenKress
    The list below only includes SOA presentations delivered or moderated by Oracle SOA Product Management. For a complete list of Oracle Open World 2012 presentations, please go here. Oracle SOA Suite, the Most Capable Tool for Every Possible Integration Challenge Using the Right Tools, Techniques, and Technologies for Integration Projects Administration and Management Essentials for Oracle SOA Suite 11g Extreme Performance and Scale Delivered by SOA on Oracle Exalogic Successful Application Integration and SOA Projects: Customer Panel How to Integrate Cloud Applications with Oracle SOA Suite Transforming the Utilities Industry with Oracle Fusion Middleware Cloud and On-Premises Applications Integration, Using Oracle Integration Adapters Delivering High Value B2B Gateways with Oracle SOA Suite 11g Implementing Successful Healthcare Applications with Oracle SOA Suite Migrating to Oracle SOA Suite: A Sun Java CAPS Customer Experience If Mobile Enablement Is on Your Mind, Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus Can Help Building Shared Services Infrastructure with Oracle Service Bus: Customer Panel 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 Mix Forum Technorati Tags: OOW,OOW presentations,OOW soa ppt,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Oracle Virtual Developer Day: Oracle Fusion Development

    - by rituchhibber
    Get up to date and learn everything you wanted to know about Oracle ADF & Fusion Development plus live Q&A chats with Oracle technical staff. Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) is the standards based, strategic framework for Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware. Oracle ADF's integration with the Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle WebCenter and Oracle BI creates a complete productive development platform for your custom applications. Join us at this FREE virtual event and learn the latest in Fusion Development including: Is Oracle ADF development faster and simpler than Forms, Apex or .Net? Mobile Application Development with ADF Mobile Oracle ADF development with Eclipse Oracle WebCenter Portal and ADF Development Application Lifecycle Management with ADF Building Process Centric Applications with ADF and BPM Oracle Business Intelligence and ADF Integration Live Q&A chats with Oracle technical staff Developer lead, manager or architect - this event has something for everyone. Don't miss this opportunity. December 11th, 2012, at 9:00 – 13:00 GMT/ 10:00 - 14:00 CET Register online now for this FREE event! Agenda 9:00 am - 9:30 am Opening 9:30 am - 10:00 am Keynote Oracle Fusion Development Track 1 Introduction to Fusion Development Track 2 What's New in Fusion Development Track 3 Fusion Development in the Enterprise Track 4 Hands On Lab - WebCenter Portal and ADF Lab w/ JDeveloper 10:00 am - 11:00 am Is Oracle ADF development faster and simpler than Forms, Apex or .Net? Mobile Application Development with ADF Mobile Oracle WebCenter Portal and ADF Development Lab materials can be found on event wiki here. Q&A about the lab is available throughout the event. 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Rich Web UI made simple - an ADF Faces Overview Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse - ADF Development Building Process Centric Applications with ADF and BPM 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Next Generation Controller for JSF Application Lifecycle Management for ADF Oracle Business Intelligence and ADF Integration Click here to view session Abstracts. We look forward to welcoming you at this free event!

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  • Next Generation Mobile Clients for Oracle Applications & the role of Oracle Fusion Middleware

    - by Manish Palaparthy
    Oracle Enterprise Applications have been available with modern web browser based interfaces for a while now. The web browsers available in smart phones no longer require special markup language such as WML since the processing power of these handsets is quite near to that of a typical personal computer. Modern Mobile devices such as the IPhone, Android Phones, BlackBerry, Windows 8 devices can now render XHTML & HTML quite well. This means you could potentially use your mobile browser to access your favorite enterprise application. While the Mobile browser would render the UI, you might find it difficult to use it due to the formatting & Presentation of the Native UI. Smart phones offer a lot more than just a powerful web browser, they offer capabilities such as Maps, GPS, Multi touch, pinch zoom, accelerometers, vivid colors, camera with video, support for 3G, 4G networks, cloud storage, NFC, streaming media, tethering, voice based features, multi tasking, messaging, social networking web browsers with support for HTML 5 and many more features.  While the full potential of Enterprise Mobile Apps is yet to be realized, Oracle has published a few of its applications that take advantage of the above capabilities and are available for the IPhone natively. Here are some of them Iphone Apps  Oracle Business Approvals for Managers: Offers a highly intuitive user interface built as a native mobile application to conveniently access pending actions related to expenses, purchase requisitions, HR vacancies and job offers. You can even view BI reports related to the worklist actions. Works with Oracle E-Business Suite Oracle Business Indicators : Real-time secure access to OBI reports. Oracle Business Approvals for Sales Managers: Enables sales executives to review key targeted tasks, access relevant business intelligence reports. Works with Siebel CRM, Siebel Quote & Order Capture. Oracle Mobile Sales Assistant: CRM application that provides real-time, secure access to the information your sales organization needs, complete frequent tasks, collaborate with colleagues and customers. Works with Oracle CRMOracle Mobile Sales Forecast: Designed specifically for the mobile business user to view key opportunities. Works with Oracle CRM on demand Oracle iReceipts : Part of Oracle PeopleSoft Expenses, which allows users to create and submit expense lines for cash transactions in real-time. Works with Oracle PeopleSoft expenses Now, we have seen some mobile Apps that Oracle has published, I am sure you are intrigued as to how develop your own clients for the use-cases that you deem most fit. For that Oracle has ADF Mobile ADF Mobile You could develop Mobile Applications with the SDK available with the smart phone platforms!, but you'd really have to be a mobile ninja developer to develop apps with the rich user experience like the ones above. The challenges really multiply when you have to support multiple mobile devices. ADF Mobile framework is really handy to meet this challenge ADF Mobile can in be used to Develop Apps for the Mobile browser : An application built with ADF Mobile framework installs on a smart device, renders user interface via HTML5, and has access to device services. This means the programming model is primarily web-based, which offers consistency with other enterprise applications as well as easier migration to new platforms. Develop Apps for the Mobile Client (Native Apps): These applications have access to device services, enabling a richer experience for users than a browser alone can offer. ADF mobile enables rapid and declarative development of rich, on-device mobile applications. Developers only need to write an application once and then they can deploy the same application across multiple leading smart phone platforms. Oracle SOA Suite Although the Mobile users are using the smart phone apps, and actual transactions are being executed in the underlying app, there is lot of technical wizardry that is going under the surface. All of this key technical components to make 1. WebService calls 2. Authentication 3. Intercepting Webservice calls and adding security credentials to the request 4. Invoking the services of the enterprise application 5. Integrating with the Enterprise Application via the Adapter is all being implemented at the SOA infrastructure layer.  As you can see from the above diagram. The key pre-requisites to mobile enable an Enterprise application are The core enterprise application Oracle SOA Suite ADF Mobile

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  • Oracle’s New Memory-Optimized x86 Servers: Getting the Most Out of Oracle Database In-Memory

    - by Josh Rosen, x86 Product Manager-Oracle
    With the launch of Oracle Database In-Memory, it is now possible to perform real-time analytics operations on your business data as it exists at that moment – in the DRAM of the server – and immediately return completely current and consistent data. The Oracle Database In-Memory option dramatically accelerates the performance of analytics queries by storing data in a highly optimized columnar in-memory format.  This is a truly exciting advance in database technology.As Larry Ellison mentioned in his recent webcast about Oracle Database In-Memory, queries run 100 times faster simply by throwing a switch.  But in order to get the most from the Oracle Database In-Memory option, the underlying server must also be memory-optimized. This week Oracle announced new 4-socket and 8-socket x86 servers, the Sun Server X4-4 and Sun Server X4-8, both of which have been designed specifically for Oracle Database In-Memory.  These new servers use the fastest Intel® Xeon® E7 v2 processors and each subsystem has been designed to be the best for Oracle Database, from the memory, I/O and flash technologies right down to the system firmware.Amongst these subsystems, one of the most important aspects we have optimized with the Sun Server X4-4 and Sun Server X4-8 are their memory subsystems.  The new In-Memory option makes it possible to select which parts of the database should be memory optimized.  You can choose to put a single column or table in memory or, if you can, put the whole database in memory.  The more, the better.  With 3 TB and 6 TB total memory capacity on the Sun Server X4-4 and Sun Server X4-8, respectively, you can memory-optimize more, if not your entire database.   Sun Server X4-8 CMOD with 24 DIMM slots per socket (up to 192 DIMM slots per server) But memory capacity is not the only important factor in selecting the best server platform for Oracle Database In-Memory.  As you put more of your database in memory, a critical performance metric known as memory bandwidth comes into play.  The total memory bandwidth for the server will dictate the rate in which data can be stored and retrieved from memory.  In order to achieve real-time analysis of your data using Oracle Database In-Memory, even under heavy load, the server must be able to handle extreme memory workloads.  With that in mind, the Sun Server X4-8 was designed with the maximum possible memory bandwidth, providing over a terabyte per second of total memory bandwidth.  Likewise, the Sun Server X4-4 also provides extreme memory bandwidth in an even more compact form factor with over half a terabyte per second, providing customers with scalability and choice depending on the size of the database.Beyond the memory subsystem, Oracle’s Sun Server X4-4 and Sun Server X4-8 systems provide other key technologies that enable Oracle Database to run at its best.  The Sun Server X4-4 allows for up 4.8 TB of internal, write-optimized PCIe flash while the Sun Server X4-8 allows for up to 6.4 TB of PCIe flash.  This enables dramatic acceleration of data inserts and updates to Oracle Database.  And with the new elastic computing capability of Oracle’s new x86 servers, server performance can be adapted to your specific Oracle Database workload to ensure that every last bit of processing power is utilized.Because Oracle designs and tests its x86 servers specifically for Oracle workloads, we provide the highest possible performance and reliability when running Oracle Database.  To learn more about Sun Server X4-4 and Sun Server X4-8, you can find more details including data sheets and white papers here. Josh Rosen is a Principal Product Manager for Oracle’s x86 servers, focusing on Oracle’s operating systems and software.  He previously spent more than a decade as a developer and architect of system management software. Josh has worked on system management for many of Oracle's hardware products ranging from the earliest blade systems to the latest Oracle x86 servers. 

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  • Tour Oracle's Usability Labs During Oracle OpenWorld

    - by Oracle OpenWorld Blog Team
    By the Oracle Applications User Experience team While you're attending Oracle OpenWorld 2012, Oracle invites you to tour our state-of-the-art usability labs on October 4 or 5 at Oracle headquarters in Redwood Shores, just south of San Francisco. One of our chartered buses will take registered tour participants from Moscone Center to Oracle HQ and back. Advanced sign-up is recommended; space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.On usability labs tours, Oracle customers see firsthand how we test future product designs using the latest technologies - including eye-tracking equipment and facial recognition software - that help track emotional responses to enterprise application screens. Participants will also get an early look at the direction our enterprise software is heading, including demos of designs for platforms such as tablet and mobile phone. Tours leave at 10:00 a.m. and 1: 45 p.m. If you or your colleagues are interested in joining a lab tour, sign up now to reserve your spot.

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  • OVM Templates: Oracle Solaris Container with Oracle Database 11gR2

    - by Roman Ivanov
    I am delighted to inform you that Oracle just made available new Oracle Solaris Virtual Machine (VM) Templates: Oracle Solaris Container with Oracle Database 11gR2. This VM Templates available for SPARC and x86 platforms. Both Oracle VM Templates based on encapsulating an Oracle Solaris 10 Container which can then be attached to SPARC or x86 system running Oracle Solaris 10 10/09 or later. Make sure your select correct SPARC or x86 platform. The download includes Oracle Solaris 10 10/09 Container Oracle Database 11gR2 pre-installed in the Container.

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  • Oracle Database Information Now Available on the Oracle Mobile Application

    - by jgelhaus
    Oracle Database Information Now Available on the Oracle Mobile Application Now, wherever you are, you can stay connected to the Oracle Database team by downloading the free Oracle mobile application.  It will help you to keep up with the latest Oracle Database news, blog, social media, video, plus much more while you are on the move! News—Track Oracle Database news. Blogs—Participate in an on-going dialog with our Oracle Database bloggers. Social—Keep up with events, webcasts and other announcements via the Oracle Database social channels Video—See clips of Webcasts, executive addresses and keynotes, Oracle Database customers, and much, much more.

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  • Free Version of Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF)

    - by Steve Muench
    I'm very happy to finally be able to talk about this. A long time coming, the press release is finally out: Oracle Introduces Free Version of Oracle Application Development Framework New Oracle ADF Essentials Brings ADF Benefits to the Broader Developer Community Oracle ADF Essentials is a free packaging of core technologies from the Oracle Application Development Framework that can be used to develop and deploy applications that include ADF Business Components, ADF Controller, ADF Binding, and ADF Faces Rich Client Components without incurring licensing costs. Both Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse provide visual and declarative development experience for using it. Oracle ADF Essentials comes with specific instructions and certification for deploying applications on the open-source Glassfish server, but the license is not limited to that server. For more information and to download it (it's only 20MB), see Oracle ADF Essentials page on OTN.

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  • Oracle Data Integrator at Oracle OpenWorld 2012: Demonstrations

    - by Irem Radzik
    By Mike Eisterer Oracle OpenWorld is just a few days away and  we look forward to showing Oracle Data Integrator' comprehensive data integration platform, which delivers critical data integration requirements: from high-volume, high-performance batch loads, to event-driven, trickle-feed integration processes, to SOA-enabled data services.  Several Oracle Data Integrator demonstrations will be available October 1st through the3rd : Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle GoldenGate for Oracle Applications, in Moscone South, Right - S-240 Oracle Data Integrator and Service Integration, in Moscone South, Right - S-235 Oracle Data Integrator for Big Data, in Moscone South, Right - S-236 Oracle Data Integrator for Enterprise Data Warehousing, in Moscone South, Right - S-238 Additional information about OOW 2012 may be found for the following demonstrations. If you are not able to attend OpenWorld, please check out our latest resources for Data Integration.  

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  • Product News: Oracle Unveils a Waste Management Solution for the Oracle E-Business Suite

    - by Evelyn Neumayr
    Oracle recently announced a new product to help organizations reduce the cost and compliance with international hazmat (short for hazardous materials) and recycling and environmental protection laws. This new waste management solution for Oracle E-Business Suite extends the capabilities of  Oracle Depot Repair, Oracle Transportation Management and Oracle Global Trade Management. It automates and monitors waste management processes to help ensure that hazardous materials are tracked and handled in accordance with regulatory requirements. Oracle’s waste management solution for the Oracle E-Business Suite leverages Oracle Transportation Management and Oracle Global Trade Management, enabling customers to view in-transit inventory across the extended supply chain, while also providing a single repository for all legal, regulatory and compliance related information. Read here for more information.

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  • Oracle Fusion Middleware at Oracle OpenWorld Spotlighted on Forbes

    - by Tanu Sood
    In case you missed it, while we were at Oracle OpenWorld 2013, Oracle Voice on Forbes hit the spotlight on the Oracle Fusion Middleware keynote by Executive Vice President of Oracle, Thomas Kurian. The feature discusses the investment Oracle is making in middleware and goes on to discuss the primary themes that are guiding research & development for Oracle Fusion Middleware namely: uptake of key technology trends Social, Mobile and Cloud, and the continued commitment to empowerment of business users. The feature calls out specific investments made on those fronts marked by recent product releases and  new capabilities added across the entire Oracle Fusion Middleware product stack. Whether you are an applications user or a middleware buff, this feature might be worth a read. And don't forget to catch up on our ongoing series capturing the highlights from Oracle OpenWorld across all the Oracle Fusion Middleware solution sets.

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  • Java EE???????????!? ?Oracle ADF???????!!|WebLogic Channel|??????

    - by ???02
    WebLogic Server???Java EE??????????????????????Oracle Application Development Framework(ADF)????????????Oracle ADF????????????????????????????????????????GUI?????????????????Web???????????????????????????????????????/??????????????????????Fusion Application???????/?????????Oracle ADF?????????Java EE????????????????????????????? Fusion Middleware?????????????????????????Oracle ADF???????????????(???)??????????????????? ???Web??????????????????????????????1???MVC???????????????????????·????????Model?????????????????????View?????Model?View??????Controller????3???????????????????????????????????????Model?View?Controller?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????MVC???????????????????????????Controller?Model?????????EJB????????Web???????Model????????????????????????????View?Model??????Model????????????????????????????????????????????????2004???????????Oracle ADF???????????????????????????Java EE???????????????·??·???????????Oracle Technology Network:?Oracle Applicastion Development Framework????Java EE????????????????? Oracle ADF??????????????????????????????????????????????????IDE?JDeveloper??????????????????????????????WYSIWYG????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????SQL??????????·????·??????????????????????????Oracle Technology Network:?Oracle JDeveloper ????????Oracle JDeveloper 11g ????????  ???Oracle ADF??????????????????????/????????????Web UI??????????????????????????????????Oracle Enterprise Manager?Oracle Enterprise Performance Management?Oracle Business Intelligence??????????????????????????????????·?????????Fusion Application????????????????Oracle ADF??????????????????????/???????????????????????????????????150?????GUI?????????·??????????? Oracle ADF???????????????ADF Faces???ADF Task Flow???ADF Model?????????????View?Controller?Model?????????????????????????????????????ADF Security??????????????????????????????????ADF Business Components???????????? ??Oracle ADF???????Web??????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle ADF???ADF Faces???JSF?????150?????GUI???????????????&????????????????Ajax?????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????GUI??????????????????????????????????????????????GUI????????????·???????????????????????????????Web??????????????? Oracle ADF???Web?????????????????????????????Excel?????????????????????????????????????Desktop Integration???????????????????????????????????????Excel?????????????????????????? ????????????????????·????????????????????????ADF Mobile???????????????????????????Web???????????????????????????????·???????????????·??????????????????????????????????ADF Mobile??????·????????????????????????·?????????????????ADF????????????????? ?ADF Business Components???ADF Task Flow???????????????ADF Business Components?J2EE????·???????????????·?????????????????????????·????·??????????????????????????????????????·??????Java???????????????????????JDBC?????????????????????????? ???ADF Task Flow?JSF?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????URL???????????????????????????????????????????? ??????Java EE??????????????????Oracle ADF???????????????????????.NET Framework?????????????????????·?????Oracle ADF????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle ADF??????????????????????????????????????Java EE 6?HTML5???????? Oracle ADF????????Java EE?????Java EE6??????????Web???????????????????HTML5??????????????????????????????·??????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????1????????????????????·??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????Oracle ADF?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Oracle ADF????????????·???????????????????????????????????Oracle ADF???Java EE?????????????????????????????????:?Oracle JDeveloper?Oracle ADF 11g?Release 2(11.1.2.x):????

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  • Whitepaper list for the application framework

    - by Rick Finley
    We're reposting the list of technical whitepapers for the Oracle ETPM framework (called OUAF, Oracle Utilities Application Framework).  These are are available from My Oracle Support at the Doc Id's mentioned below. Some have been updated in the last few months to reflect new advice and new features.  This is reposted from the OUAF blog:  http://blogs.oracle.com/theshortenspot/entry/whitepaper_list_as_at_november Doc Id Document Title Contents 559880.1 ConfigLab Design Guidelines This whitepaper outlines how to design and implement a data management solution using the ConfigLab facility. This whitepaper currently only applies to the following products: Oracle Utilities Customer Care And Billing Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management           560367.1 Technical Best Practices for Oracle Utilities Application Framework Based Products Whitepaper summarizing common technical best practices used by partners, implementation teams and customers. 560382.1 Performance Troubleshooting Guideline Series A set of whitepapers on tracking performance at each tier in the framework. The individual whitepapers are as follows: Concepts - General Concepts and Performance Troublehooting processes Client Troubleshooting - General troubleshooting of the browser client with common issues and resolutions. Network Troubleshooting - General troubleshooting of the network with common issues and resolutions. Web Application Server Troubleshooting - General troubleshooting of the Web Application Server with common issues and resolutions. Server Troubleshooting - General troubleshooting of the Operating system with common issues and resolutions. Database Troubleshooting - General troubleshooting of the database with common issues and resolutions. Batch Troubleshooting - General troubleshooting of the background processing component of the product with common issues and resolutions. 560401.1 Software Configuration Management Series  A set of whitepapers on how to manage customization (code and data) using the tools provided with the framework. The individual whitepapers are as follows: Concepts - General concepts and introduction. Environment Management - Principles and techniques for creating and managing environments. Version Management - Integration of Version control and version management of configuration items. Release Management - Packaging configuration items into a release. Distribution - Distribution and installation of releases across environments Change Management - Generic change management processes for product implementations. Status Accounting - Status reporting techniques using product facilities. Defect Management - Generic defect management processes for product implementations. Implementing Single Fixes - Discussion on the single fix architecture and how to use it in an implementation. Implementing Service Packs - Discussion on the service packs and how to use them in an implementation. Implementing Upgrades - Discussion on the the upgrade process and common techniques for minimizing the impact of upgrades. 773473.1 Oracle Utilities Application Framework Security Overview A whitepaper summarizing the security facilities in the framework. Now includes references to other Oracle security products supported. 774783.1 LDAP Integration for Oracle Utilities Application Framework based products Updated! A generic whitepaper summarizing how to integrate an external LDAP based security repository with the framework. 789060.1 Oracle Utilities Application Framework Integration Overview A whitepaper summarizing all the various common integration techniques used with the product (with case studies). 799912.1 Single Sign On Integration for Oracle Utilities Application Framework based products A whitepaper outlining a generic process for integrating an SSO product with the framework. 807068.1 Oracle Utilities Application Framework Architecture Guidelines This whitepaper outlines the different variations of architecture that can be considered. Each variation will include advice on configuration and other considerations. 836362.1 Batch Best Practices for Oracle Utilities Application Framework based products This whitepaper outlines the common and best practices implemented by sites all over the world. 856854.1 Technical Best Practices V1 Addendum Addendum to Technical Best Practices for Oracle Utilities Customer Care And Billing V1.x only. 942074.1 XAI Best Practices This whitepaper outlines the common integration tasks and best practices for the Web Services Integration provided by the Oracle Utilities Application Framework. 970785.1 Oracle Identity Manager Integration Overview This whitepaper outlines the principals of the prebuilt intergration between Oracle Utilities Application Framework Based Products and Oracle Identity Manager used to provision user and user group security information. For Fw4.x customers use whitepaper 1375600.1 instead. 1068958.1 Production Environment Configuration Guidelines A whitepaper outlining common production level settings for the products based upon benchmarks and customer feedback. 1177265.1 What's New In Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4? Whitepaper outlining the major changes to the framework since Oracle Utilities Application Framework V2.2. 1290700.1 Database Vault Integration Whitepaper outlining the Database Vault Integration solution provided with Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.1.0 and above. 1299732.1 BI Publisher Guidelines for Oracle Utilities Application Framework Whitepaper outlining the interface between BI Publisher and the Oracle Utilities Application Framework 1308161.1 Oracle SOA Suite Integration with Oracle Utilities Application Framework based products This whitepaper outlines common design patterns and guidelines for using Oracle SOA Suite with Oracle Utilities Application Framework based products. 1308165.1 MPL Best Practices Oracle Utilities Application Framework This is a guidelines whitepaper for products shipping with the Multi-Purpose Listener. This whitepaper currently only applies to the following products: Oracle Utilities Customer Care And Billing Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management 1308181.1 Oracle WebLogic JMS Integration with the Oracle Utilities Application Framework This whitepaper covers the native integration between Oracle WebLogic JMS with Oracle Utilities Application Framework using the new Message Driven Bean functionality and real time JMS adapters. 1334558.1 Oracle WebLogic Clustering for Oracle Utilities Application Framework New! This whitepaper covers process for implementing clustering using Oracle WebLogic for Oracle Utilities Application Framework based products. 1359369.1 IBM WebSphere Clustering for Oracle Utilities Application Framework New! This whitepaper covers process for implementing clustering using IBM WebSphere for Oracle Utilities Application Framework based products 1375600.1 Oracle Identity Management Suite Integration with the Oracle Utilities Application Framework New! This whitepaper covers the integration between Oracle Utilities Application Framework and Oracle Identity Management Suite components such as Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle Access Manager, Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, Oracle Internet Directory and Oracle Virtual Directory. 1375615.1 Advanced Security for the Oracle Utilities Application Framework New! This whitepaper covers common security requirements and how to meet those requirements using Oracle Utilities Application Framework native security facilities, security provided with the J2EE Web Application and/or facilities available in Oracle Identity Management Suite.

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  • Oracle Tuxedo at Oracle Open World 2012

    - by Deepak Goel
    Oracle Open World is almost here. There is quite a bit of Tuxedo to talk about at this year’s OOW. Primary focus will be on Tuxedo 12c, which was announced in August 2012 and is now generally available. Tuxedo 12c is a major release which many-many new and exciting features in almost all components of Tuxedo. You will not only hear about these features in various conference  sessions, you will also have an opportunity to see these features in action at demo grounds or play with these yourselves in hands-on-labs. Following is listing of Tuxedo related activities at OOW 2012: Conference Sessions Mon 1 Oct, 2012 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM, Oracle Tuxedo: What’s New in 12 c, Strategy, and Roadmap, Moscone South - 309 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM, Simplify Operations, Administration, and Management of Oracle Tuxedo Applications, Marriott Marquis - Golden Gate C3 Wed 3 Oct, 2012 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM, The Art and Practice of Mainframe Migration and Modernization, Moscone South - 309 Thu 4 Oct, 2012  2:15 PM - 3:15 PM, High-Performance, Scalable Enterprise Messaging for C/C++/COBOL Applications, Marriott Marquis - Salon 7 HOL (Hands-on Lab) Tues 2 Oct, 2012 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Deploy, Manage, and Monitor Oracle Tuxedo Applications in the Enterprise Cloud, Marriott Marquis - Salon 3/4 Wed 3 Oct, 2012 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM, Develop C/C++ Applications for the Cloud with Oracle Tuxedo and Oracle Solaris Studio, Marriott Marquis - Salon 5/6 BOF (Birds-of-a-Feather) Mon 1 Oct, 2012 6:15 PM - 7:00 PM, Develop Scalable, Highly Available Enterprise Services in Java with Oracle Tuxedo, Marriott Marquis - Golden Gate C1 Demos Oracle Tuxedo: #1 Enterprise Cloud Platform for C/C++/COBOL Apps,  Moscone South, Right - S-215 Mainframe Rehost with Oracle Tuxedo Runtimes for CICS, IMS, and Batch, Moscone South, Right - S-216 Tuxedo Customer Appreciation Dinner Monday 1 Oct, 2012 7:30 PM - Please contact your Oracle Account Representative to attend. Limited seating. Deepak Goel Sr. Director, Software Development Oracle

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  • Hello With Oracle Identity Manager Architecture

    - by mustafakaya
    Hi, my name is Mustafa! I'm a Senior Consultant in Fusion Middleware Team and living in Istanbul,Turkey. I worked many various Java based software development projects such as end-to-end web applications, CRM , Telco VAS and integration projects.I want to share my experiences and research about Fusion Middleware Products in this column. Customer always wants best solution from software consultants or developers. Solution will be a code snippet or change complete architecture. We faced different requests according to the case of customer. In my posts i want to discuss Fusion Middleware Products Architecture or how can extend usability with apis or UI customization and more and I look forward to engaging with you on your experiences and thoughts on this.  In my first post, i will be discussing Oracle Identity Manager architecture  and i plan to discuss Oracle Identity Manager 11g features in next posts. Oracle Identity Manager System Architecture Oracle Identity Governance includes Oracle Identity Manager,Oracle Identity Analytics and Oracle Privileged Account Manager. I will discuss Oracle Identity Manager architecture in this post.  In basically, Oracle Identity Manager is a n-tier standard  Java EE application that is deployed on Oracle WebLogic Server and uses  a database .  Oracle Identity Manager presentation tier has three different screen and two different client. Identity Self Service and Identity System Administration are web-based thin client. Design Console is a Java Swing Client that communicates directly with the Business Service Tier.  Identity Self Service provides end-user operations and delegated administration features. System Administration provides system administration functions. And Design Console mostly use for development management operations such as  create and manage adapter and process form,notification , workflow desing, reconciliation rules etc. Business service tier is implemented as an Enterprise JavaBeans(EJB) application. So you can extense Oracle Identity Manager capabilities.  -The SMPL and EJB APIs allow develop custom plug-ins such as management roles or identities.  -Identity Services allow use core business capabilites of Oracle Identity Manager such as The User provisioning or reconciliation service. -Integration Services allow develop custom connectors or adapters for various deployment needs. -Platform Services allow use Entitlement Servers, Scheduler or SOA composites. The Middleware tier allows you using capabilites ADF Faces,SOA Suites, Scheduler, Entitlement Server and BI Publisher Reports. So OIM allows you to configure workflows uses Oracle SOA Suite or define authorization policies use with Oracle Entitlement Server. Also you can customization of OIM UI without need to write code and using ADF Business Editor  you can extend custom attributes to user,role,catalog and other objects. Data tiers; Oracle Identity Manager is driven by data and metadata which provides flexibility and adaptability to Oracle Identity Manager functionlities.  -Database has five schemas these are OIM,SOA,MDS,OPSS and OES. Oracle Identity Manager uses database to store runtime and configuration data. And all of entity, transactional and audit datas are stored in database. -Metadata Store; customizations and personalizations are stored in file-based repository or database-based repository.And Oracle Identity Manager architecture,the metadata is in Oracle Identity Manager database to take advantage of some of the advanced performance and availability features that this mode provides. -Identity Store; Oracle Identity Manager provides the ability to integrate an LDAP-based identity store into Oracle Identity Manager architecture.  Oracle Identity Manager uses the human workflow module of Oracle Service Oriented Architecture Suite. OIM connects to SOA using the T3 URL which is front-end URL for the SOA server.Oracle Identity Manager uses embedded Oracle Entitlement Server for authorization checks in OIM engine.  Several Oracle Identity Manager modules use JMS queues. Each queue is processed by a separate Message Driven Bean (MDB), which is also part of the Oracle Identity Manager application. Message producers are also part of the Oracle Identity Manager application. Oracle Identity Manager uses a scheduled jobs for some activities in the background.Some of scheduled jobs come with Out-Of-Box such as the disable users after the end date of the users or you can define your custom schedule jobs with Oracle Identity Manager APIs. You can use Oracle BI Publisher for reporting Oracle Identity Manager transactions or audit data which are in database. About me: Mustafa Kaya is a Senior Consultant in Oracle Fusion Middleware Team, living in Istanbul. Before coming to Oracle, he worked in teams developing web applications and backend services at a telco company. He is a Java technology enthusiast, software engineer and addicted to learn new technologies,develop new ideas. Follow Mustafa on Twitter,Connect on LinkedIn, and visit his site for Oracle Fusion Middleware related tips.

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  • Oracle VM Templates Enable Oracle Real Application Clusters Deployment Up to 10 Times Faster than VMware vSphere

    - by Angela Poth
    Oracle VM - Quantifying the Value of Application-Driven DeploymentThe recently published report by the Evaluator Group, “Oracle VM – Quantifying The Value of Application-Driven Virtualization,“ validates Oracle’s ease of use and time savings over VMware vSphere 5. The report found that users can deploy Oracle Real Application Clusters up to 10 times faster with Oracle VM templates than VMware vSphere. Using Oracle VM templates users can deploy E-Business Suites nearly 7 times faster than VMware vSphere."Oracle VM’s application-driven architecture was built to enable rapid deployment of enterprise applications, with simplified integrated lifecycle management, to fully support Oracle applications. Our testing has demonstrated 90 percent improvement deploying Oracle Real Application Clusters 11g R2 using Oracle VM Templates and a similar improvement of 85 percent for the Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1. This clearly shows that Templates can provide real value to customers and should become an essential component for enabling rapid enterprise application deployment and management," said Leah Schoeb, Senior Partner, Evaluator Group.Read the Press Release Get a copy of the Evaluator Group Report: Oracle VM – Quantifying The Value of Application-Driven Virtualization

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  • Oracle ACEs / ACE Directors in the OTN Lounge - JavaOne Latin America 2012

    - by Bob Rhubart
    What's an Oracle ACE? Oracle ACEs and Oracle ACE Directors are community members who have demonstrated both community leadership and expertise with Oracle technologies. You'll get a chance to interact with several Oracle ACEs and Oracle ACE Directors in the mini theater in the OTN Lounge this week during JavaOne Latin America 2012 in São Paulo, Brazil. Tuesday, 4 December 2012 Presentation Presenter Presenter title and company 4:30 – 4:50 Co-existence between Applications' Unlimited and Fusion Applications Gustavo Gonzales, Oracle ACE Director CTO, IT Convergence 4:50 – 5:10 Pipeline Table Functions Marcelo Ochoa, Oracle ACE CTO, Scotas.com 5:10 - 5:30 Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR) Day-to-Day Rodrigo Almeida, Oracle ACE CDS - Condomínio de Soluções Corporativas Wednesday, 5 December 2012 Presentation Presenter Presenter title and company 4:30 – 4:50 TBA 4:50 – 5:10 Oracle VM Template - Facilitating the Construction Environment. David Siqueira, Oracle ACE CDS Condominio de Soluções 5:10 – 5:30 Database Migration with Minimal Downtime Marcus Vinicius Miguel Pedro, Oracle ACE Discover

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