I gave a live demo of BPM Studio at JAX 2010 conference for which I created an example BPMN 2.0 process. Here is my experience. Below follow some tips, if you plan using the tool. For a general introduction of BPM Studio, see BPM Studio intro on this blog
When I was at SUN HQ three years ago, one of the most thought-provoking discussion was on middleware in hardware.
At OOW 2008 Oracle Exadata 1 – the database on a preconfigured optimized server – emerged from the ground behind Larry on his key-note speech with lightning and thunder. At OOW 2009 I was looking at Oracle Exadata 2, yet, the sensation I wished for was SOA Suite on such a machine (a bit selfish, I admit ;-)!
Well, it seems at OOW 2010 Larry will present this:
With the 11g release of OSB EJB3 is supported in the EJB SB transport. Now you can use all your Remote EJB's of your Model Tier. This is not all, Oracle also added a new Transport called JEJB. This works almost the same, only now you are passing Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) through the Service Bus. With the EJB transport the Java Web Services (JWS) framework is used ( easy for transformations ).
Great talk by Simon Sinek: All organizations and careers function on 3 levels. What you do, How you do it and Why you do it. The Why is your driving motivation for action. The Hows are the specific actions that are taken to realize your Why. The Whats are the tangible ways in which you bring your Why to life.
The problem is, most don’t even know that Why exists.
In Adobe Flex Builder 3 it could be hard to map the data of a remote object or a web service to a FLEX component like a datagrid. With the help of a RDS Servlet in combination with BlazeDS or LifeCycle Data Services you can connect from Flash Builder 4 to your Back End Web Application and generate the required client side code and map this to a Flex component. This also works for a XML file or a Rest Service ( need crossdomain security configured ).
Some say a perfect storm is brewing that will change the face of consulting forever. It is called Cloudsourcing and it is the combination of: Cloud Computing + Online Collaboration + Inexpensive labor + tightening corporate purse strings =
• More Offsite (and offshore) consulting • Shorter and less expensive IT and consulting projects • More pre-built deliverables such as software applications • Commoditization of IT in general