I am doing a repeat of my Kscope15 'Best Speaker' award-winning presentation as part of the ODTUG webcast series. Here is the official announcement from ODTUG:
Quite recently, I stumbled across this older but still very relevant whitepaper on the workload management capabilities of WebLogic Server. Written by one of the key engineers at the time, who later went on to become an architectect, it explains the workings of the new work load management feature introduced into WebLogic Server at the time and covers the concepts of work-manager configuration and effect, work scheduling and prioritization, overload protection and more.
In this post I've documented the typical steps you need, to enable a Java application to connect to a MongoDB database over SSL. Specifically, I'll show the so-called "one-way SSL" pattern, where the server is required to present a certificate to the client but the client is not required to present a certificate to the server. Regardless of authentication, communication between client and server is encrypted in both directions. In this example, the client will actually authenticate with the database, albeit using a username/password rather than presenting a certificate.
In order to create a Pivotal GemFireXD Data Source Connection from IntelliJ 13.x , follow the steps below. You will need to define a GemFireXD driver , prior to creating the Data Source itself.
1. Bring up the Databases panel.
2. Define a GemFireXD Driver as follows
A few months ago I wrote a post on the blog around using Apache Flume to trickle-feed log data into HDFS and Hive, using the Rittman Mead website as the source for the log entries. Flume is a good technology to use for this type of capture requirement as it captures log entries, HTTP calls, JMS queue entries and other “event” sources easily, has a resilient architecture and integrates well with HDFS and Hive.
Virtualisation has revolutionised how we work as developers. A decade ago, using new software would mean trying to find room on a real tin server to install it, hoping it worked, and if it didn’t, picking apart the pieces probably leaving the server in a worse state than it was to begin with. Nowadays, we can just launch a virtual machine to give a clean environment and if it doesn’t work – trash it and start again.
The Forefront of Application Platforms I’ll be speaking at the Oracle Open World 2014 conference in San Francisco about “The Forefront of Application Platforms” together with the Senior Principal Product Manager of WebLogic. I hope you are excited – I certainly am! Schedule me here: http://goo.gl/jrwgTZ
To download this paper click on: Double Buffered Page Caching with inCache
Double Buffered Page Caching with inCache in WebCenter Sites 11gR1