Tag: Exalogic

  Middleware continues to be the unsung hero as customers, employees and end users desire to be more mobile and stay connected longer. Added to this is a new challenge for Oracle Fusion Middleware administrators: providing services that respond to not only a click inside a web browser, but also data and events triggered by…

Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) 12c isn’t just for DBA’s, OEM 12c also provides powerful tools for efficiently managing and monitoring Fusion Middleware environments.  This session will provide an overview of OEM 12c Middleware management capabilities as well as Java Virtual Machine Diagnostics (JVMD) tools by demonstrating cross tier analysis to identify an issue by “drilling…

Middleware continues to be the unsung hero as customers, employees, and other end users try to be more mobile and stay connected longer. Added to this is a new challenge for Oracle Fusion administrators: providing services for an increasing plethora of devices that respond to and take action in the real world. Middleware services play…

Building up an Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud including Oracle Fusion Middleware can be a long and difficult path. Based on experiences with customers and Oracle Advanced Customer Support Services, this session presents tips and tricks for building up an Oracle Fusion Middleware stack.

Citizen Experience is about putting the Citizen at the heart of any interaction they have with their local Government. Be it on the web, mobile or social channels; it is about creating harmonious, seamless and consistent touch points that enable access to relevant services and information. Agencies must deliver cross channel, cross agency information rapidly…

In his article, Dorsey demystifies the Oracle Fusion Middleware technology stack. He explains its origins, what it is exactly, and how users can leverage its advantages.

Rubino provides a brief introduction to Fusion Middleware and highlights key difference from OAS10g. In providing readers with these differences, he prepares them for an upgrade from Oracle Application Server 10g to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g.

Wondering what the black box of Oracle Fusion Middleware really entails? Not sure what the difference between Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Fusion Applications, cold fusion, and jazz fusion is? Come to this session for help! It gives a high-level overview of which tools are part of Oracle Fusion Middleware and briefly touches on what they…

This session will cover how organizations can achieve better performance, higher availability and improved manageability using Oracle Fusion Middleware with Oracle RAC. Learn how to integrate WebLogic Server with Oracle RAC, including the detailed features in Active GridLink for RAC. Plans for future capabilities will also be discussed.

Oracle ADF is the framework used for both Oracle Fusion Applications and as the development platform for Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions. In this session we'll review the key layers and components that make up Oracle ADF and explain their roles and benefits. We'll then look into Oracle ADF's role in the overall Fusion Middleware solution…

Best practices for planning and implementing solutions on Exalogic from the authors of the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Handbook (Oracle Press/McGraw Hill, 2012).

This will be an exploration of the business case to move Oracle applications to Exalogic, or update the environment to new, commodity hardware. Working with the Oracle sales and Insight Teams, Veolia Environmental Services went through an evaluation of the Exalogic Elastic Cloud for our current PeopleSoft along with several new application implementations over the…

Fusion Apps are built with components trusted by over 90,000 customers – Fusion Middleware, the strategic Oracle Technology platform. In this session we examine usage of Fusion Middleware components in building Fusion Applications. Using different Fusion Apps modules we highlight how application functionality was implemented using middleware components such as Application Development Framework (ADF), SOA…

This session covers the Oracle FMW products that run on Linux on System z. It describes in detail experiences with installing and tuning WebLogic 10.3. on Linux on System z.

This session will cover how organizations can use WebLogic Server, the standards-based foundation of Fusion Middleware, and Coherence distributed caching to standardize and consolidate their infrastructure for Fusion Middleware and Oracle Applications. See how WebLogic Server, Coherence and built-in integration with Oracle Database and Oracle RAC enable you to create a common, low cost cloud…

Exalogic promises an application platform that's scalable, reliable, and extremely fast. This technical deep dive will dissect the components of the Exalogic Elastic Computing Cloud, and find out how the high-bandwith, low-latency interconnect and dense compute server hardware work together with the Oracle JVM, JDBC, WebLogic application server, and cloud management software. We will compare…

This session will describe the process for architecting, designing, and laying out an enterprise architecture for Fusion Middleware that will be completely virtualized using Oracle VM. It will describe the numerous advantages of a completely virtual environent including, but not limited to, server consolidation, harware cost savings, license cost savings, efficiency improvements, and accelerated time…

This is a two-part session that will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday. This session will discuss how organizations can deploy Fusion Middleware Products into a secure, highly available environment. The discussion will touch on how to Keep your Critical Systems Up and Running in the Face of Disaster with Oracle Fusion Middleware

This session will cover how organizations can achieve better performance, higher availability and improved manageability using Oracle Fusion Middleware with Oracle RAC. Learn how to integrate WebLogic Server with Oracle RAC, including the detailed features in Active GridLink for RAC. Plans for future capabilities will also be discussed.

This session will cover how organizations can use WebLogic Server, the standards-based foundation of Fusion Middleware, and Coherence distributed caching to standardize and consolidate their infrastructure for Fusion Middleware and Oracle Applications. See how WebLogic Server, Coherence and built-in integration with Oracle Database and Oracle RAC enable you to create a common, low cost cloud…

Best practices for planning and implementing solutions on Exalogic from the authors of the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Handbook (Oracle Press/McGraw Hill, 2012).

Oracle ADF is the framework used for both Oracle Fusion Applications and as the development platform for Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions. In this session we'll review the key layers and components that make up Oracle ADF and explain their roles and benefits. We'll then look into Oracle ADF's role in the overall Fusion Middleware solution…