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Oracle SOA Suite 10g and 11g resources, news, and support articles.

Data Lakes will replace EDWs - a prediction

Over the last few years there has been a trend of increased spending on BI, and that trend isn't going away.  The analyst predictions however have, understandably, been based on the mentality that the choice was between a traditional EDW/DW model or Hadoop.  With the new 'Business Data Lake' type of hybrid approach its pretty clear that the shift is underway for all vendors to have a hybrid

#316 - BPM Workspace iPad App

Now available via the App Store -

NSBcon London 2014

NSBconSince my last post announcing NSBcon you probably haven’t gone to take a look at what’s happening.

The speaker lineup for NSBcon London 2014 is now complete and we’ve got a really great mix of talks, if I do say so myself.

#NoEstimates – Really?

estimatesThere has been some discussion online recently about the issue of estimates in software development, specifically under a meme called #NoEstimates.

Announcing the Particular Service Platform

champaignAfter many months of hinting about the coming of the Particular Service Platform, it’s finally here.

For everybody who has been building message-driven systems on .NET – I really do believe that this is the dawn of a new era (and if you know anything at all about me, you know that I don’t tend to exaggerate).

My Shot on Using JMeter to Load Test Oracle ADF Applications

In this post, I will give my shot on using Apache JMeter to load test an Oracle ADF application.
In an ADF Insider demo Using Apache JMeter to load test an ADF applications, Chris Muir described the the use of JMeter as "very configuration heavy" because of the manual settings of the HTTP Request sampler path and parameters to their expression counterparts like "${afrLoop}" to set the values from

Innovation Springs to Life! Award Nominations Now Open!

#315 BPM Re-deployment, keeping running instance on.

This post covers what can happen internally when you re-deploy a BPM process, keeping running instance on. Essentially I deploy the process below, create an instance. I then remove the script task and redeploy, keeping running instances on. The post details what goes on internally to manage this.

Simple example -

Loosely-coupled orchestration recording now online

When I was in London a couple of weeks ago teaching my SOA class, I gave an evening presentation called Loosely-Coupled Orchestration which talked about some of the challenges people face when introducing more event-driven and asynchronous patterns into their systems – for example, dealing with out-of-order message delivery.

I’m happy to say that the recording of that session is now online, courtesy of the good folks at Skills Matter, and you can now view that here.

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