Here are some takeaways from Greg Pavlik’s and Clemens Utschig’s outstanding and inspiring presentation yesterday at Oracle Open World on key architectural aspects of Oracle SOA Suite 11.
My ever perceptive wife Heather spotted something the other day about mobile phone adverts. They basically come in two flavoursiPhone adsThe restThe difference between them is simple here are the apple ones, first from when it launchedand an "there is an app for that" oneNow for the competition: SamsungMicrosoftand (with the Omnia)and Google's Android (via HTC)See the difference? The Mrs did
When redeploying an updated version of a BPEL process that is already deployed to the server, your ant or JDeveloper will return the following error:
Oracle Open World 2009 was opened last night by a presentation from Scott McNealey, the - still - current CEO of SUN. As always, Scott has a free style of presenting, laced with a lot of humour. I got a sad feeling from him, as these are his last days as SUN CEO. One time he mentioned: this will probably the last time for a while that I'm able to present for such a large crowd. However, there was also a lot of pride in what was achieved during his 26 years at Sun.
Redmonk are one of those smaller analyst companies who make up for a lack of numbers with a refreshing depth and honesty. James Governor's latest, and I assume light hearted, view of "15 Ways to Tell Its Not Cloud Computing" however does a bit of a disservice to the debate around clouds. Mostly right but with a few glaring pieces I felt I had to disagree with.If you peel back the label and its
We had a very successful hand-on-lab (HOL) for BPM Suite 11g at OOW 2009. Some of the features touched upon at this lab are:
At the phone
Jane: "Hi, Jim, we are working on a new BI-system for the marketing department and we need some ordering- and invoice data."
Jim: "Are you working on a new BI-system?"
Jane: "Yes, Business Intelligence, reports. We need more recent data, the old system can't supply the actuality we need."
Jim: "Ah, I see. What exactly do you need?"
Jane: "Well, what I said, I want all the incoming orders data and all the invoice data. Do you have it available?"