Category: SOA-Oracle

Oracle SOA Suite 12c has been released

Today, Oracle SOA Suite 12c has been released. It brings important enhancements and improves integration and orchestration of applications and services spanning on-premises, cloud, mobile, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
For more information please refer to:
https://blogs.oracle.com/soa/

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/soasuite/overview/index.html

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Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g R1 PS5 (11.1.1.6.0)

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g R1 PS5 (11.1.1.6.0) has Kamagra been released. Please check OTN http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/index.html for download.

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In October IBM has announced release of IBM Business Process Manager V7.5.1 which became available today (electronic distribution, for media package you will need to wait until next month). This is the first minor release after IBM released unified BPM platform that we have introduced earlier this year.

In this release of BPM the major step forward is the enhanced BPMN 2.0 support where IBM was stepping behind its rival Oracle. (more…)

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BPM Suite 11.1.1.5 Feature Pack Released

 

A few days ago, Oracle released BPM Suite 11.1.1.5 Feature Pack, which includes many new features, bug fixes and performance improvements.

Some of the most important new features:

  • Improved Business Process Composer (snapshot support, enhanced sharing and collaboration, improved ease of use)
  • New Business Analyst features (report generation, BPMN 2.0 collaboration view)
  • Advanced Service Integration (Support for BPMN Correlation and Conversation) Buy Viagra
  • Richer Human Workflow
  • Improved Process Analytics (Round-trip simulations, Improved BI integration)
  • Several improvements for developers (Draft-mode, Custom logging, Rule test framework, Enhanced rule audit trail, Workspace customization, BPM API javadoc available)
  • And more…

For more info, please refer to: What’s new in BPM Suite 11g R1 PS 4Feature Pack

BPM Suite 11.1.1.5 feature pack  is intended to use for BPM customers only!

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SIOUG 2011 Presentations

Next week we will have several presentation at SIOUG 2011:
– Keynote on Java EE 7 and the Cloud
– Keynote on Java EE 7 and the Cloud
– Presentation Payday Loans on BPM/SOA
– Workshop on BPM Suite 11g and SOA Suite 11g
More info: SIOUG 2011

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Throughout July Packt Publishing (one of the leading publishers in Oracle books) will be celebrating the release of its 50th Oracle book.

To mark this milestone Packt is offering the following discounts:

  • 20% off all Oracle print books
  • 30% off all Oracle eBooks

Packt first started publishing Oracle books in 2006, and has since published best-sellers such as Getting Started With Oracle SOA Suite 11g R1 – A Hands-On Tutorial, Oracle Coherence 3.5 and Oracle Fusion Middleware Patterns.  And with more than 20 exciting new Oracle titles scheduled for 2011 this current success is only set to increase.

Packt owes much of its success to its print-on-demand mantra which not only allows it to produce books on specialist areas, but enables online casino affiliate a quick response to new developments in technology – which was recently demonstrated with Packt publishing the first ever book on GoldenGate, the Oracle GoldenGate 11g Implementer’s guide.

Packt’s entire range of Oracle books is also available via PacktLib, Packt’s Online Library, and as part of Packt’s celebrations it’s offering you the chance to win a year’s subscription to PacktLib worth $220 click here for details: http://www.packtpub.com/article/50th-oracle-book-offer.

I would also like to take the opportunity to promote the book  WS-BPEL 2.0 for SOA Composite Applications with Oracle SOA Suite 11g which was written by two members of our team (Matjaz B. Juric and Marcel Krizevnik).

For further information on this, and other books published by Packt Publishing, please visit www.PacktPub.com.

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Tuning Oracle WebLogic JVM

When trying to improve Oracle WebLogic server performances, scalability and reliability, tuning JVM (Java Virtual Machine) is probably the most important step. However, this is usually far from being an easy task. JVM tuning includes selecting the right JVM, setting the appropriate heap size, selecting the most appropriate GC (garbage collector) strategy, etc. An in-depth discussion is beyond the scope of this post, we will just get familiar with the basic steps:

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Our book WS-BPEL 2.0 for SOA Composite Applications with Oracle SOA Suite 11g has been published Online Casino as Kindle Book.

This is our first book published for Kindle. Try it out!

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Oracle Node Manager brief overview

In this blog post I will provide a brief introduction on one of the important components of Oracle WebLogic Server called Oracle Node Manager. WebLogic Server instances are in production environment often highly distributed, usually across multiple domains, machines, or even geographic locations. Oracle Node Manager is intended to simplify and centralize control options over those distributed instances. It provides us with abilities to start, stop or restart Administration Server and various Managed Server instances from remote location using a graphical interface. Node manager is optional, but highly recommended in WebLogic Server environment. It is one of the key features of Oracle Cloud Application Grid technologies.

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The use of OSB 11g service result caching feature

OSB 11g (Oracle Service Bus 11g ) provides an interesting feature called service result caching through the use of Oracle Coherence in-memory data grid solution. In this way we can dramatically improve performances of business services if the response  is relatively static.

To enable the use of service result caching globally using the OSB console, we have to open the Operations | Global Settings and set the Result Caching to true.

To enable service result caching on a particular business service, we open the Project Explorer and click on the business service. On the Configuration Details tab, we scroll down and edit the Message Handling Configuration. Then we expand the Advanced Settings. We select the Result Caching checkbox. Next, we have to specify the cache token, which uniquely identifies a particular cache result. This is usually an ID field.  We can also set the cache expiration time.

 

Then we click Next and Save.

Now if the business service locates cache result through a cache key, it returns this result to the client instead of invoking an external service. If the result is not cached (or has expired), the business service invokes the external service, returns the result to the client, and stores the result in cache.

Service result caching works only when the business service is invoked from a proxy service!

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