There are times when you are in the midst of testing where you need to reset things back to the way they were; to be able to quickly restart your testing at from a previous point. This is technologically quite easy with current storage infrastructures supporting snapshot mechanisms.
Last week Oracle OpenWorld 2014 took place in San Francisco. I did not have the pleasure to attend this event. thanks to the Social Media and the World Wide Web you could be able to follow the highlights.
What you should know: WebLogic 12.1.3 comes with a new implementation of the RESTful management interface. Why RESTful? RESTful interfaces are interesting because they … – can be used from any language (UNIX curl, Python, Java, you name it …) – are leight-weight. All you send is an URL using http (and possibly some JSON data) […]
This post is part of a larger series on Oracle Access Manager 11g called Oracle Access Manager Academy. An index to the entire series with links to each of the separate posts is available.
I uploaded my presentation slides from Oracle Open World 2014. Make sure to subscribe to my slideshare content library: 12 Things About WebLogic 12.1.3 #oow2014 from Frank Munz
The innovation engine in the field of Business Intelligence and Data visualization tools , is certainly cranked up. Qlikview, Tableau and Tibco Spotfire introduced new category of Data Visualization term in the field of Business Intelligence.
Now every vendor offers some form of Data Discovery. Oracle is also working on something similar adding to their confusing mix of OBIEE stack.
Leaving some time between the trip home from OOW14 and finishing up the blog post on the 4 official days of the event has had an interesting effect: excellent write-ups of the news and announcements have already popped up, so it's a pleasure to simply link to Mark Rittman's "News and Updates" post for all your needs in that regard.
Session or rather content-wise over these four days there are a couple of things to point out:
Last week I had the great pleasure to attend Oracle Open World (OOW) for the first time, presenting No Silver Bullets – OBIEE Performance in the Real World at one of the ODTUG user group sessions on the Sunday. It was a blast, as the saying goes, but the week before OOW I was more nervous about the event itself than my presentation.
Spring XD is a unified, distributed, and extensible system for data ingestion, real time analytics, batch processing, and data export. The project's goal is to simplify the development of big data applications.
Prepackaged analytics applications are available as cloud services. The idea is that the client company does not need to use their own hardware and does not need to install the software or apply patches by themselves. What they need is just simply the browsers. For the end users, there should not be much difference. The BI apps built […]