OTBI Enterprise is the BI cloud service, a SaaS deployment of OBIA. It is using a data warehouse based architecture. The ETL processes are handled within the cloud. The data are first loaded from either on premise or cloud sources using various means in the original formats. The data are first loaded into the […]
One of our current client projects uses Cloudera Impala to provide fast ad-hoc querying to the data we’re loading into their Oracle Big Data Appliance Hadoop environment.
Not before time I finally added my first "Deploy to Bluemix" button on my GitHub projects for Bluemix applications. The screen shot below shows this for the Spring Session - Spring Boot Portable Cloud Ready HTTP Session demo.
Bigfoot and UFO remain elusive but know their ways to make news from time to time.
Just a quick note from my past self to my future self …
Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2013)
2.3 Ghz Intel Core i7
16 GB 1600 Mhz
java version “1.8.0_51”
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_51-b16)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.51-b03, mixed mode)
Apache Maven 3.3.3
Check out from the trunk:
svn co https://svn.forgerock.org/openam/trunk/openam/
In my previous blogpost I pointed out the usage of an assign in a mediator component. This can be useful over the transform in several cases. Besides using one of the two, it is also possible to use them both in the same route. I would not advise using both the assign and the transform to manipulate the same data object, however this is possible.
When building less complex services, your BPEL process often uses input and output that is pretty much like the request and response on the wsdl. We would still want to decouple using the mediator component, so there is an extra transformation there which is pretty straight forward.Sometimes it can be useful, easier and faster to use a assign in the mediator instead of a transform.Imagine an pretty straight forward xsd:
This article will cover the steps to migrate the data from a BICS Schema Service Database, to a BICS DBaaS Database. Similar steps could be used to move a database from BICS to on-premise, or from on-premise to a BICS DBaaS instance.
The process involves creating a DMP file in BICS that is then downloaded and moved to the BICS DBaaS instance, and then imported with the DATAPUMP tool.
The following guide shows how to use Spring Session to transparently leverage Redis to back a web application’s
HttpSession when using Spring Boot.
The demo below is a simple Spring Boot / Thymeleaf/ Bootstrap application to test Session replication using Spring Session - Spring Boot within IBM Bluemix. Same demo will run on Pivotal Cloud Foundry as well.