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Starting a Pivotal GemFireXD Distributed System from IntelliJ IDEA

The example below shows how you can start a Pivotal GemFireXD distributed system from IntelliJ IDEA. Here we will start a Locator which has Pulse enabled as well as one member. We use the following class method to achieve this from an IDE such as IntelliJ

FabricServiceManager.getFabricLocatorInstance()
FabricServiceManager.getFabricServerInstance()

1. Add the following to your maven POM file to ensure the correct libraries are present.

  

OIM Access Policy Harvesting

OIM R2 PS2 delivers a long time expected functionality: access policy harvesting. This new feature adds more flexibility to OIM access policies usage.

This is another post in the Oracle Identity Manager Academy from the Fusion Security Blog. for the entire post list click here.

Implementing a Custom Landing Page in OIM

Some of our OIM customers have a use-case of implementing a custom landing page. Such a landing page could be used for multiple purposes, for example – to display some static information like guidelines for using the system or dynamic information like system news, new features, releases etc.
OIM 11gR2 PS2 provides a convenient way of implementing this use-case and it is the subject of this post.

The basic idea could be summarized in the following steps:

Passing User Context When Invoking ADF BC SOAP Web Services

Introduction
ADF web applications often use session-scoped user context information that is also used in the ADF Business Components (ADF BC) layer. For example, the user language might be used to query language-specific data from the database. This article explains how this user context can be set up when accessing the ADF BC layer through its SOAP-based web service layer rather than through a web application.
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Analytics with Kibana and Elasticsearch through Hadoop – part 3 – Visualising the data in Kibana

In this post we will see how Kibana can be used to create visualisations over various sets of data that we have combined together. Kibana is a graphical front end for data held in ElasticSearch, which also provides the analytic capabilities.

Analytics with Kibana and Elasticsearch through Hadoop – part 2 – Getting data into Elasticsearch

Introduction

In the first part of this series I described how I made several sets of data relating to the Rittman Mead blog from various sources available through Hive. This included blog hits from the Apache webserver log, tweets, and metadata from WordPress.

Starting a Pivotal GemFireXD server from Java

The FabricServer interface provides an easy way to start an embedded GemFire XD server process in an existing Java application.

In short code as follows will get you started. Use this in DEV/TEST scenarios not for production use.

  
package pivotal.au.gemfirexd.demos.startup;

import com.pivotal.gemfirexd.FabricServer;
import com.pivotal.gemfirexd.FabricServiceManager;

import java.sql.SQLException;
import java.util.Properties;

public class StartServer1
{

Analytics with Kibana and Elasticsearch through Hadoop – part 1 – Introduction

Introduction

I’ve recently started learning more about the tools and technologies that fall under the loose umbrella term of Big Data, following a lot of the blogs that Mark Rittman has written, including getting Apache log data into Hadoop, and

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