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    Your business, your partner and your partners' customers have changed, and how you analyze data needs to change accordingly.

    Check out the new Knowledge Zone, Oracle DataRaker Cloud Service. This is your one stop shop dedicated portal resource that will host the most important DataRaker programs, including Resell (DataRaker Resell Program is Coming Soon!)  

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    Visualizations are probably the most effective way to convey information, insights and prompts for action to humans. We are not terribly good at quickly and correctly interpreting textual information that require sequential processing. Our brains however are very well equipped to rapidly interpret information presented in a well defined visualization. The expression ‘one picture says more than a thousand words’ is one that speaks volumes (and a picture capturing that expression would of course tell us even more…).

    Visualizations were omnipresent at last week’s Oracle OpenWorld 2015 conference. From keynote sessions by Larry Ellison and Thomas Kurian to the demo grounds where SaaS applications as well as development tools, PaaS services and other products were demonstrated, visualizations were everywhere. In part because they look nice and have an immediate appeal. But far more than just eye candy, visualizations are truly very effective in many use cases – especially when rapid responses to real time findings are required or where decisions need to be made based on deep insight in trends, patterns, correlations and underlying causes.

    Glance, Scan, Commit

    At the heart of Oracle’s strategic design philosophy for [cloud]user experience is the ‘glance, scan, commit’ way of working we humans tend to adopt. We scan our surroundings for things that stand out in some way and therefore may require more attention. The things that attracted attention on our first scan are then glanced at – to better understand what makes them stand out, quickly interpret if action is indeed required (such as more in depth investigations, decisions or execution of a workflow or business process). Some things can perhaps be done on the fly (accept/reject, send left or right, acknowledge) and are immediately removed from the to-do list. For others we may determine that nothing further needs to be done. Then there are more involved tasks that are the end result of the scan and glance stages. These tasks form a to do list of things that we need to work on –commit ourselves to – either instantaneously or at a later moment. (see  Strategic design philosophy pushes Oracle cloud user experience to lofty new heights by Kathy Miedema for more details on this philosophy).

    Glance, Scan and Commit are implemented throughout Oracle’s SaaS applications. Users typically start from an initial dashboard that provides them the information they need to perform the Glance. This is typically information that is the outcome of aggregations and advanced data analysis – resulting in condensed reports of those facts that the user needs to be aware of, needs to react to or decide upon. This information should be presented in such as way that the ‘cost of understanding is minimized’– as Jairam Ramanathan, Senior Development Manager for Data Visualizations at Oracle Cloud and Mobility Development Tools puts it.

    Usually this means that the presentation shows a recent change or trend, a comparison with a threshold, deadline or other target or a list of action items. Data Visualizations are used to present these elements in a way that makes them easy to interpret quickly and correctly. Compared with a purely textual representation, most visualizations can easily add context – such as time or location – and categorizations or grouping. Visualizations can leverage special traits of our human minds. These include our ability to quickly interpret, compare and spot differences in position, shape and size, color (to some extent) and extract a story from animation. Our brain’s associative powers quickly come into play with visualizations.

    Jeremy Ashley, GVP Cloud Applications UX at Oracle and responsible for the Glance, Scan, Commit philosophy, stresses that visualizations may not be too simplistic, or our brain simply zooms out. A visualization needs to hold a certain challenge in order to pique our curiosity.

    Visualizations not only cater for the glance phase, they can usually also play an important role in the scan phase. Visualizations can allow drill down, to analyze a little further and look in more details into specific areas of interest indicated during glance. Additionally, visualizations may go beyond just presenting the data and also support simple manipulation of data – for example adjusting a gauge or dragging elements on a time line or even a bubble chart. Read the complete article here.

    SOA & BPM Partner Community

    For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.


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    By Barbara Assadi, Contributing Writer

    If you value job security, it’s a good time to work in the IT sector. reported that in 2015, unemployment rates dropped for the following roles:

    • web developers
    • computer systems analysts
    • computer support specialists
    • network and systems administrators
    • software developers
    • computer and information systems managers
    • database administrators
    • network architects

    These low unemployment rates indicate there's a shortage of IT talent.

    This was evident in another study conducted by Robert Half surveyed a wide assortment of companies.

    The majority of CIOs (60%) and CFOs (58%) said it’s somewhat or very challenging to find skilled professionals.

    The survey also examined unemployment rates in the technology sector, by position, for the last quarter of 2015:


    We all know that many factors go into whether or not you’ll be selected for a particular position. Education, experience and networking are certainly important.

    But having those high-demand, hard-to-find skills is a major factor in becoming employed and building your career.

    Another Robert Half Technology report lists some of the developer skills that are currently in high demand:

    General Programming

    Two of the most popular general programming languages are Java and C#, followed by PHP. Spring, Java Server Faces (JSF) and Apache Struts 2 skills are also in demand.


    According to the report, developing database expertise is essential for a back-end developer, with Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL and PostgreSQL skills in high demand.

    Java skills are frequently paired with Oracle.

    Those who work with these relational databases also need to be well versed in Structured Query Language (SQL).

    NoSQL databases, considered easy-to-learn options for conventional databases, are gaining in popularity as well; back-end developers who want to maximize their marketability should develop this expertise.

    Web Services

    Developers with skills in this area are in high demand, particularly those who know how to use SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and REST (Representational State Transfer) web services.

    Need more convincing there's a shortage of IT talent?

    Check out this excerpt from a January Fiscal Times article about the top five industries for job hunters in 2016. The article quotes John Challenger, chief executive of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, an outplacement firm.

    “Right now there are labor shortages and one of them is in technology."

    Programmers, database managers and IT support staff are in demand, as companies — not just in the tech industry — are struggling to find workers to manage and update their computer systems and develop new applications.

    “Technology now is so pervasive, so ubiquitous, that demand for people to manage and develop software programming has outstripped supply,” Challenger adds.

    Develop In Demand Skills through Training and Oracle Certification

    If you’re working in IT, make sure you and your team members invest in developing high demand skills.

    Oracle University’s training courses and industry-recognized credentials can help you focus on high-growth areas, including Big Data, Java, Oracle Database, and more.

    If, like most of us, you’re so busy that it’s difficult to squeeze in training time, look into Oracle Learning Subscriptions, which are now available in many high-demand skill areas.

    Are you hearing about the demand for IT talent? Share your thoughts with us!

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  • 06/14/16--10:40: HTTP 2 and Web Development
  • HTTP 2 is the next big innovation for the web. Simone Bordet explains in this interview the main new features, the benefits for web applications and web in general,  the upcoming support for Java 9 and how the new protocol will change  web development 

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    We often receive questions about Oracle E-Business Suite security.  To assist with answering the most frequently asked questions about Oracle E-Business Suite security including secure configuration, auditing and encryption and others, the following new document is now available:

      The questions in the FAQ are organized in the following sections:

      • Section 1: Secure Configuration and Architecture
      • Section 2: Auditing
      • Section 3: Access and Authentication
      • Section 4: Encryption and Masking             
      • Section 5: Connection Encryption

       Examples of questions answered in the new FAQ include:

      • What features are available for auditing Oracle E-Business Suite?
      • Do all DBAs require the APPS password?
      • Why should you migrate from SSL to TLS?
      • What versions of TLS are currently certified with Oracle E-Business Suite?
      • How do you configure HTTPs for Oracle E-Business Suite?
      • Can you use SHA-2 signed PKI certificates with Oracle E-Business Suite?

      We plan to update this document on a regular basis.  As you read through the new document, please let us know if there are additional questions that we should consider adding.

      Where can I learn more?

      There are several guides and documents that cover Oracle E-Business Suite secure configuration and encryption for Release 12.1 and 12.2. You can learn more by reading the following:

      Related Articles

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      The Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) framework includes support for hybrid mobile application development, providing Android and iOS Alta themes and UI behavior on Oracle JET components, starter applications, design patterns, and tooling support.

      Before you can create your first hybrid mobile application, you should become familiar with the Oracle JET mobile features and third-party technologies. You must also install the prerequisite packages and Oracle JET mobile tools.


      ·Typical Workflow for Getting Started with Hybrid Mobile Development

      ·Installing the Mobile Tooling

      ·Creating a Hybrid Mobile Application

      Get the tutorial here.

      WebLogic Partner Community

      For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.


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      ·clip_image001Innovate Faster, Spend Less, and Connect People with the Right Information Whether you’re just beginning your journey to cloud computing or you’ve adopted it throughout your business, the platform that supports your strategy deserves thoughtful consideration. Oracle Senior Vice President, PaaS, BI, and EPM Business Groups Steve Daheb talks about the pivotal role platform as a service has in helping businesses innovate faster, spend less, and connect people with the right information.
      Read More

      ·Taking Java to the Cloud: Build Apps Quickly with the Tools You Know and Love The cloud’s transformative power is built on the allure of simplification, from provisioning to application development to application deployment. However, cashing in on that allure should not require a huge overhaul in the way that developers work. Find out how Oracle Java Cloud Service and two new related services let you use the same tools in the same way as you would for on-premises development—and how you can use cloud services to support the DevOps partnership in new, more valuable ways.

      ·Pharmavite Accelerates Digital Automation with Oracle (2:14) At Pharmavite, IT is becoming a business enabler by leveraging Oracle Process Cloud Service for digital automation of supply chain business processes.

      ·Sample Chapter: Oracle API Management Implementation Case StudyThis sample chapter from Oracle API Management 12c Implementation, written by Oracle ACE Director Luis Weir, Oracle ACE Rolando Carraso, Oracle ACE Associate Arturo Viveros, and Andrew Bell, is based on actual scenarios experienced by the authors and provides a realistic view of the key challenges faced when implementing API management -- and how they can be overcome.
      Read the sample chapter.

      ·Video: Four Questions on the Oracle Integration Cloud ServiceDoes the Oracle Integration Cloud Service make sense for your organization? In this 2 Minute Tech Tip Oracle ACE Rolando Carrasco and ACE Associate Arturo Viveros respond to that question with three additional questions that just might help you sort it out for yourself.
      Watch the video.

      ·Now Available: SOA Cloud Service and API Manager Cloud Service Oracle SOA Cloud and API Manager Cloud work in tandem with Integration Cloud Service to provide the broadest and most complete iPaaS in the cloud.
      Get the details.

      ·Now Available: VirtualBox VM for SOA Suite 12.1.3This VM includes Oracle SOA Suite, API Manager, Stream Explorer, and Managed File Transfer
      Get the details.

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.


      Technorati Tags: SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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      It’s our pleasure to announce the first Barcelona MySQL User Group Meetup scheduled for June 22, 2016. Please find more details below: Date: June 22, 2016  Time: 19:00 - 21:00  Place: Oracle Barcelona Office, Av. Diagonal 615, PTA 8, Barcelona (map)  Proposed agenda:  ... [Read More]

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    • 06/15/16--06:46: Silence for some weeks?
    • You may wonder why I haven't posted many things in the past weeks. Or why I haven't replied to your comments yet. The few posts were pre-written - and I took off for a few weeks and traveled on the West Coast of the US from San Francisco towards the north. So while I'm writing new content and answering your comments... [Read More]

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      Oracle Cloud ISV Partner of the Year & Oracle Exastack ISV Partner of the Year

      Regional and global award winners receive a FREE Oracle OpenWorld 2016 pass.
      Nomination period closes Friday, June 17, no exceptions.  Nominate your partners today!

      Oracle Cloud ISV Partner of the Year Award
      recognizes partners listed in Oracle Cloud Marketplace with solutions that run on Oracle Cloud.
      Nomination criteria:
      •    Oracle PartnerNetwork member at Gold level or higher and be a partner in good standing
      •    Partner must have an application listing on Oracle Cloud Marketplace in the Platform or Infrastructure category

      Nominate your Cloud ISV partners here:Cloud ISV Partner of the Year 2016

      Oracle Exastack ISV Partner of the Year Award recognizes Oracle Exastack Optimized partners' commitment to delivering innovative solutions on Oracle engineered systems.

      Nomination Criteria:
      •    Oracle PartnerNetwork member at Gold level or higher and be a partner in good standing
      •    Partner must have achieved an Oracle Exastack Optimized status
      •    Partnership/relationship meets Oracle compliance requirements for the award

      Nominate your Exastack ISV partners here:
      Exastack ISV Partner of the Year 2016

      For more information on award benefits, visit the Oracle Excellence Awards website.

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    • 06/15/16--09:22: Java Day Tokyo Keynote
    • Java Day Tokyo is the largest Java conference in Asia with a very long history of supporting the local Java community. Organized by Oracle, it took place on May 24th in Tokyo. This year’s theme was “Innovate, Collaborate with Java.” It featured Java 9 with the project Jigsaw introducing modularity, a great milestone and improvement to the Java platform. Seven tracks will cover innovation on the Java platform including Java SE, Java EE, IoT and Cloud. 

      Senior Director Bernard Traversat talked about building Java SE platform for the cloud, and the upcoming Java 9 release. The openJDK has all the new features of Java 9.  Bernard Traversat encouraged the community to “download, try and give feedback on the Java 9 early access releases so all the Java 9 release can be fixed before the general availability (GA) release. Watch it here

      Cloud application foundation director David Delabassee discusses microservices, DevOps, Java EE, and the Java EE ecosystem. Watch it here

      Geertjan Wielenger discussed JDK 9 tools and analyzers, and demoed JavaScript support in NetBeans. Watch the demo here

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      A friend of mine asked how he could generate CSV for 40 Oracle tables in Oracle SQL Developer. He could of course use Tools > Database Export to accomplish this. But, it was always the same 40 tables. And using the object picker in the wizard can get tedious, especially if it’s the same 40 tables every... [Read More]

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      I've blogged a series of articles on getting started with beacons on Android via Cordova, starting here.

      The tricky bit comes in when you want to keep track of the closest beacon. Here is an approach to doing so, based on a variety of resources on-line.


      The code below is a subset of this example:

      Code in the JavaScript (i.e., "viewModel") side of a JET module:

      define(['ojs/ojcore', 'knockout', 'jquery'],
          function (oj, ko, $) {
              function IncidentsViewModel() {
                  var self = this;
                  var mNearestBeacon = null;
                  var mNearestBeaconDisplayTimer = null;
                  self.beaconName = ko.observable();
                  self.beaconDescription = ko.observable();
                  self.proximity = ko.observable();
                  self.accuracy = ko.observable();
                  self.rssi = ko.observable();
                  var uuid1 = '0ea75ed4-ce75-4a09-bca8-f0565bae82bb';
                  var major1 = 5;
                  var minor1 = 2;
                  var uuid2 = '0ea75ed4-ce75-4a09-bca8-f0565bae82bb';
                  var major2 = 5;
                  var minor2 = 3;
                  var beacon1 = uuid1 + ":" + major1 + ":" + minor1;
                  var beacon2 = uuid2 + ":" + major2 + ":" + minor2;
                  var mRegions =
                                  id: 'region1',
                                  uuid: uuid1,
                                  major: major1,
                                  minor: minor1
                                  id: 'region2',
                                  uuid: uuid2,
                                  major: major2,
                                  minor: minor2
                  self.handleAttached = function () {
                      document.addEventListener('deviceready', onDeviceReady);
                  self.handleDetached = function () {
                      document.removeEventListener('deviceready', onDeviceReady);
                      mNearestBeaconDisplayTimer = null;
                  function onDeviceReady()
                      mNearestBeaconDisplayTimer = setInterval(displayNearestBeacon, 1000);
                  function startRanging()
                      function onDidRangeBeaconsInRegion(result)
                      var delegate = new cordova.plugins.locationManager.Delegate();
                      delegate.didRangeBeaconsInRegion = onDidRangeBeaconsInRegion;
                  function startRangingRegions(regions)
                      for (var i in regions)
                  function startRangingRegion(region)
                      var beaconRegion = new cordova.plugins.locationManager.BeaconRegion(
                  function getBeaconId(beacon)
                      return beacon.uuid + ':' + beacon.major + ':' + beacon.minor;
                  function isSameBeacon(beacon1, beacon2)
                      return getBeaconId(beacon1) === getBeaconId(beacon2);
                  function isNearerThan(beacon1, beacon2)
                      return beacon1.accuracy > 0
                              && beacon2.accuracy > 0
                              && beacon1.accuracy < beacon2.accuracy;
                  function updateNearestBeacon(beacons)
                      for (var i = 0; i < beacons.length; ++i)
                          var beacon = beacons[i];
                          if (!mNearestBeacon)
                              mNearestBeacon = beacon;
                          } else
                              if (isSameBeacon(beacon, mNearestBeacon) ||
                                      isNearerThan(beacon, mNearestBeacon))
                                  mNearestBeacon = beacon;
                  function displayNearestBeacon()
                      if (!mNearestBeacon) {
                      var beaconId = getBeaconId(mNearestBeacon);
                      if (beaconId === beacon1) {
                          self.beaconName('Rembrandt van Rijn');
                      } else if (beaconId === beacon2) {
                          self.beaconName('Vincent van Gogh');
              return new IncidentsViewModel;

      The above enables you to create a simple view, like this:

      <h2><span data-bind="text: beaconName"></span></h2>
      <h3><span data-bind="text: beaconDescription"></span></h3>
      <p><b><span data-bind="text: proximity"></span></b></p>
      <p>Distance: <b><span data-bind="text: accuracy"></span></b></p>
      <p>RSSI: <b><span data-bind="text: rssi"></span></b></p>

      The next step is to use Oracle Mobile Cloud Service 2.0 as a beacon registry so that the UUID information does not need to be hardcoded, i.e., so that it can be managed in the Cloud.

      The big problem with the code above is that it takes about 5 seconds for my app to detect the closest beacon. Maybe that means I need to finetune the beacons or maybe there's something sub-optimal about the code or maybe the beacons themselves. 

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        Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) allows client machines to automatically obtain network configuration information from a DHCP server each time they connect to the network. The advantages of using DHCP include ease of adding a new client machine to the network and centralized management of IP addresses.

        In addition, the number of total IP addresses needed is reduced because IP addresses can be reused. DHCP is also useful if you want to change the IP addresses of a large number of systems. Instead of reconfiguring each system individually, edit the DHCP configuration file on the server and enter the new set of IP addresses.

        DHCP is one of the topics covered on Oracle's Advanced Administration training.

        For Oracle Linux 7, take the Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration course. You can take this course in the following formats:

        • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different time-zones including 11 and 17 July, 14 and 15 August, 11 and 26 September, 2 October and 18 December 2016 in English and 15 August 2016 in Latin American Spanish.
        • In-Class event: Travel to an education center to attend this class. Below is a selection of the in-class events on the schedule:

         Location  Date  Delivery Language
        Melbourne, Australia
        15 August 2016 English
        Sydney, Australia
        12 September 2016 English
        Brasilia, Brazil
        14 November 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
        Sao Paolo, Brazil
        11 July 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
        Hamburg, Germany
        15 August 2016 German
        Munich, Germany
        5 September 2016 German
        Jakarta, Indonesia 31 October 2016 English
        Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
        18 July 2016 English
        Mexico City, Mexico
        12 September 2016 Spanish
        Utrecht, Netherlands
        15 August 2016 English
        Auckland, New Zealand
        14 November 2016 English
        Bangkok, Thailand 25 July 2016 English
        Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 17 July 2016 English
        Reston, VA, United States 1st August 2016 English
        Roseville, MN, United States 29 August 2016 English
        Durham, NC, United States 3 October 2016 English
        Belmont, CA, United States 17 October 2016 English

          For Oracle Linux 5 or 6, take the Oracle Linux 5 & 6 Advanced Administration course.You can take this course in the following formats:
          • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours of registration, following lecture material through streaming video and booking time to get hands-on experience when suits you.
          • Live-Virtual Event: Events on the schedule include 20 June, 25 July, 29 August, 4 and 26 September, 3 October and 7 November 2016.
          • In-Class Event: Below is a selection of the in-class events on the schedule:

             Location  Date  Delivery Language
             Sao Paulo, Brazil
             27 June 2016  Brazilian Portuguese
             Turin, Italy
             12 December 2016  Italian
             Seoul, Korea
             26 September 2016  Korean
             Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
             5 September 2016  English
             Auckland, New Zealand
             22 August 2016  English
             Wellington, New Zealand
             22 August 2016  English
             Johannesburg, South Africa
             3 October 2016  English
             Istanbul, Turkey
             15 August 2016  Turkish
             Cambridge, MA, United States  18 July 2016  English
             Reston, VA, United States  1 August 2016  English
             Irving, TX, United States  22 August 2016  English
             Belmont, CA, United States  24 October 2016  English
              To register for an event or to learn more about the Oracle Linux curriculum, go to

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              I'm not a Cloud Control expert but I use the tool from time to time - and most of my customers are heavy users of it, especially in larger deployments. If you use Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c (, or and would like to evaluate your options to upgrade to Oracle... [Read More]

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              This communication describes new SaaS functionality added in the last 30 days and it only includes the affected product areas.

              If you are focused on one of the product areas below, please check out the associated RCD and What's New documents (hosted on the cloud site) to learn about the recent changes. 

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              On Jun-14th, Dan Miller, SVP of ISV, OEM and Java Sales, Oracle announced new offering designed to enable ISVs and other OPN members with easy access to Oracle Cloud development and test environments, technical resources, and fast start go-to-market opportunities.

              Watch the video  and read blog to learn more about Oracle's Cloud Platform Ready. 

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              You are working on large Fusion Middleware & PaaS opportunities & projects? Oracle is pleased to invite you to the PaaS & Fusion Middleware Summer Camps VI . Goal of this 5 days hands-on trainings is to support you to deliver a successful project. Most of the trainers are a member of the Oracle product management team.

              Come to Lisbon to get a 5 days hands-on training in one of the following topics:

              • PaaS & IaaS
              • Enterprise Connectivity (SOA)
              • Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service
              • Java Cloud Services & WebLogic 12.2.1
              • Internet of Things (IoT)

              Important: all trainings are hands-on and require a laptop with 12+ GB or more!

              Registration is free of charge, except in case of cancellation fee € 150 or no-show fee €2000! Please read the registration page very careful before you register – make the right choice for your bootcamp (you can not change later) Please be aware that we will NOT answer questions via e-mail with details you can find at the registration page.

              Schedule & Location

              August 29th until September 2nd 2016

              Lisbon Portugal

              Quotes from previous Middleware Summer Camps

              • This is the most effective 5 days spend in training, Simon Haslam, Veriton
              • Great event, great training, great city, best people, Ruben Rodriguez Santiago avanttic
              • An excellent week spent learning a new and innovative technology for easy mobile development with support and tutoring from the best professionals in the area, Rui Couto eProseed
              • Must do, Emiel Paasschens Amis
              • Very impressed with MCS. It is a mature product, easy to use, very responsive. I am 100 percent sure it will be a Killer Cloud PaaS, Luis Weir HCL
              • Definitely a must attend event. Great insight on the new upcoming offerings, Carlos Pona Link Consulting
              • Just perfect, Cornelia Spanner Opitz
              • Awesome, Jeroen Bakker redblue
              • In five days you will get an intensive look at new Oracle products, techniques and the Cloud Future, Jeroen Ninck Blok SynTouch
              • Love OFM Summer Camp always, Jon Petter Hjulstad Sysco
              • The best Event for quick overview and indept insight of many products and the direction things are moving to, Marcel van de Glind MyFMW
              • Incredible amount of information within a week. Great to actually see the new Cloud Services in action, Hugo Hendriks Qualogy
              • Most intensive and extensive training week I have ever had. Also great for networking with other developers and product management, Jeroen van Essen Capgemini
              • A great opportunity to learn about newest technology and products, Thomas Schuster esentri
              • OFM Summer Camps, the best place to learn about new technologies of the Oracle stack and to meet new people with the same passion, Wilco Meijer The Future Group
              • The Cloud will change everything. Make sure you know how to work with it, Andreas Chatziantoniou Foyglove-IT
              • First class knowledge delivered at a first class event! Thanks for the 12c certification quickstart! Milco Numan, Qualogy
              • Came with 12 people and the summer camps was a great success for all! Torsten Winterberg, Opitz
              • Defiantly a must attend event, Silviu Leahu, SC Endava Romania SRL
              • Summer Camps provides the best info of the latest features of the Fusion Middleware products, Marko Parikka, Capgemini
              • Best training I have ever attended from Oracle. Not only was the dept. of the knowledge of the instructor amazing deep, the hands-on lessons ensured I could use the new functionality effectively when I get back to work, Dan Atwood, Avio
              • Amazing energy, getting the knowledge straight from the product management - see you next time!, Martijn van der Kamp, Capgemini
              • Certainly the best technology related Oracle event in Europe! Getting in touch with Oracle product managers is a great way to get information beyond the official documentation, Frank Munz, munz & more
              • Put hands on the future, Mario Castro Deloitte

              For details please visit our registration page here

              OFM Summer Camp

              SOA & BPM Partner Community

              For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.


              Technorati Tags: OFM Summer Camps,Training,enablement,Summer Camps,PaaS,Cloud,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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              The database has had Query Change Notification for a while but to use it required a custom program. Such as Tim outlines on his blog Since SQLcl has Nashorn, now it can be integrated with a few lines of javascript to get notified when changes happen.... [Read More]

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              Joining the Java Community Process is made easier with the new release of JSR 364. Now individuals can join as associates and won’t need to have their employers sign off on the participation, explains Heather VanCura in this interview. The long-criticized membership fee is also gone. Watch the interview and learn how you can participate as a JUG, individual or a company.  Provide feedback by sending email to or via the JSR 364 project page 

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