As of WebLogic 12.1.3 the implementation of unicast groups used for WebLogic clusters has changed. What is new? There is a fixed maximum number of groups which is 10. Groups can be asymmetric. Servers are put into groups based on the hash value of their name (which obviously explains 2). The group leader in a […]
Being an ADF developer, off course a lot of my focus and attention went to the ADF related sessions. I left OOW with a mixed feeling about the ADF sessions. On the downside I felt there was not a lot of attention for ADF during the OOW conference. You see ADF or ADF related features during almost all the presentations, whether it is the Cloud, SOA Suite and Service Bus or MAF, but not a lot on ADF itself. Then again this might be a good thing, meaning the framework being more stable and reliable.
Since I am fairly new to the Oracle Service Bus I gathered a lot of information about this product. Most of it is not shocking and has been mentioned already, but this gave me a nice summarized overview of what 12c has to offer in comparing to 11g.JDeveloper
Oracle Open World was once again very inspiring, last week I’ve been summarizing my own notes. I decided to share them with the world, if not only for me to find them back in my own blog archive in the (near) future.As you might have guessed, there was a lot going on about the cloud. So much, it was almost confusing. The most interesting clouds that stayed with me after OOW14 where:
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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