This afternoon, the OAuth Working Group will meet at IETF88 in Vancouver to discuss some important topics important to the maturation of OAuth. One of them is the OAuth client registration problem.
OAuth (RFC6749) was initially developed with a simple deployment model where there is only monopoly or singleton cloud instance of a web API (e.g. there is one Facebook, one Google, on LinkedIn, and
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You’d be hard pressed to find a more convincing example of modern marketing than the one that descended upon San Francisco last week.
We’re talking about Eloqua Experience 2013, of course.
While brands are well aware of how much more impactful images are than text-only posts on social channels, today you’re additionally being presented with platform after additional platform for hosting, doctoring and sharing photos and videos. Can you play in every sandbox?
Like the previous series, the latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast program was also recorded in a hotel room just around the corner from Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco just a few weeks ago. The gathered experts, all members of the OTN architect community, agreed to participate in an informal roundtable discussion of what's happening in Service Oriented Architecture.
What caught the attention of the 1,988 people who follow @OTNArchBeat last month? The answer is below, in the list of Top 10 Tweets for October 2013!-->!-->
Steve Blackwell is VP of engineering at Avocent. I had a chance to sit down with Steve during Oracle OpenWorld 2013 to ask him about Avocent's Trellis project, a three-year Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) undertaking built on Oracle Fusion Middleware, including Oracle WebLogic Suite, Oracle Coherence, Oracle Complex Event Processing, and Oracle Service Bus.
A majority of shareholders demonstrated their opposition to the compensation of chief executive Lawrence Ellison, voting against a resolution on the company’s pay practices.
Imagine if this was how you shopped for groceries:
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In October the following items of techie goodness from members of the architect community were added to the ever-growing library of OTN technical articles.