The first part of this article briefly discussed the motivations that leads to the usage of Kafka in software architectures, and also focused on how the Kafka transport can be installed and how to create Proxy and Business services to read and write from/to Kafka topics.
Another gray hair on my head today. It took a long time to find out the problem on my OSB 12.1.3 deployment problem. Created relatively simple OSB project with XSLT transformation. Started getting weird problems stating that I had problems with my WSDLs related to the XSLT. Removed the XSLT, still getting deployment errors “java.net.MalformedURLException”:
You might face an issue with 12.1.3 OSB web based test console not working when you press the “Play” button from OSB console. You might see following error:
Following on from Jon’s blog post “User Engagement: Why does it matter?”, I would like to take this one step further by talking about measurement. At Rittman Mead we believe that if you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it. So how do you measure user engagement?
User engagement for OBIEE is like most web based products or services:
I’m really excited at the moment
The release of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) was unveiled yesterday, together with 24 new Platform and Infrastructure Cloud Services.
Why is this important?
Quite a while ago (a year before Larry announced the Oracle Public Cloud) I wrote about SaaS applications and a service bus PaaS to interconnect services: “… services are integrated and virtualized by a service bus in the cloud and orchestrated by a workflow system in the cloud [Oracle Middleware and Cloud Computing] “. Back then it almost seemed […]
As the busy work week comes to an end, we at Art of BI are looking forward with great anticipation to the coming week. We will be joining other “ODTUGers” at Kscope 2015 in the beautiful Hollywood, FL. With Business Intelligence projected to have a market value of more than $20 billion by 2018, it is […]