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    In this article, I make some suggestions and provide opinions on topologies for SOA Suite 12c that is commonly used and supported. Only the EDG topology is thoroughly tested by Oracle though.
    • One consideration when deciding on topologies is that Upgrade is always domain wide. All products deployed to the domain must release in the same release train and you should be willing to upgrade all of them at the same time.
    • Centralized administration is one factor but should not be the only reason to put two different products in the same domain. EM Cloud Control could be used as a solution for that.
    • Typically Service Bus and SOA Suite belong in different tiers in an end to end architecture so they would be in separate domains. This is true if Service Bus is being used on an enterprise scale routing to multiple SOA domains and other services. However if Service Bus is used primarily for mediating and providing routing for SOA Suite Composites in a domain, it would be in the same domain, but typically in separate clusters for optimum performance and scalability. However it  is possible starting in 12c to have Service Bus and SOA Suite in the same cluster.  The only possible reason for this is reducing memory and is uncommon.
    • Governance products like OER and UDDI should not be in a SOA Suite or Service Bus domain. They should be in a separate domain. OER should be in a separate domain from UDDI. UDDI is a third party product and putting it in the same domain may cause upgrade issues.
    • You can target multiple products to the same cluster by targeting the appropriate user extensible server group to  the servers in the cluster.
      1. SOA Suite is targeted to a server by targeting either the user extensible server group SOA-MGD-SVRS or SOA-MGD-SVRS-ONLY.
      2. Service Bus is targeted to a server by targeting either the user extensible server group OSB-MGD-SVRS-COMBINED or OSB-MGD-SVRS-ONLY.
      3. BAM is targeted to a server by targeting either the user extensible server group BAM12-MGD-SVRS or BAM12-MGD-SVRS-ONLY.
      4. MFT is targeted to a server by targeting either the user extensible server group MFT-MGD-SVRS or MFT-MGD-SVRS-ONLY.
      5. ESS is targeted to a server by targeting the user extensible server group ESS-MGD-SVRS. .
    • BAM sometimes is used outside of SOA Suite and in this case it is typically in a separate domain from SOA Suite. However BAM should be in a separate cluster in the same domain as SOA Suite if it is primarily used with that SOA Suite instance. In BAM 12c, integration between SOA Suite and BAM is a tight integration and is best done in the same domain. BAM and SOA Suite should not be co-located in the same cluster because BAM uses Automatic Service Migration for HA while SOA Suite uses Whole Server Migration.
    • OWSM Policy Manager must be deployed to only one cluster in a domain. However SOA Suite, OSB, BAM and MFT templates target OWSM PM by default to their own clusters. 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 www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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    Tieto and Oracle engineers have recently conducted performance benchmarks and tuning on Oracle SuperCluster and Tieto Card Suite achieved Oracle SuperCluster Optimized status.

    Read blog and see proof of value results.


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    Join us for a complementary session for partners on the latest version of Oracle Healthcare for partners, showcasing an overview on the Oracle Healthcare Foundation Platform, Oracle Healthcare Precision Medicine and FY17 Partner Strategy as well as a technical overview on the product functionalities and demo of the product, presented by our Oracle Health Sciences experts.

    Register now


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    I'll be at Oracle Openworld San Francisco (Sept 18-22) next week and we have a host of sessions aimed for .NET developers and Oracle Database on Windows administrators. Click the links below for the session times and locations.Oracle Database on Windows Sessions Active Directory and Windows Security Integration... [Read More]

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    Oracle SQL Developer Command Line (SQLcl) is the full name for what we’ve been calling, SQLcl. Have you seen the video? It’s only 8 minutes and will catch you up on just what SQLcl is. Anyways, there’s a ‘new’ command called SCRIPT that I want to show you today. I say ‘new’... [Read More]

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    We painted the town red. Closed the Howard Street from 3rd to 4th. Weather in San Francisco will be sunny with no rain. And Sting will be in town! What can be more exciting than Oracle OpenWorld, September 18-22 where you will have access to so many sessions, training opportunities but also the fun that comes from attending such a big event.

    In this last blog before OpenWorld starts, we wanted to list Top 10 Things for you:

    Top 10 Things To Do at OOW16 

    1. Attend the Keynotesby Larry Ellison, Mark Hurd, Dave Donatelli and many other key executives 

    2. Register for General and key sessions by Ajay Srivastava, SVP, Linux & Virtualization Engineering  

    GEN6518 - General Session: Oracle Linux, Virtualization, and Networking Power the Cloud  

    CON6743 - Oracle Private Cloud Appliance: Directions in Converged Infrastructure

    3. Bookmark this url Focus on Document  to see all the Linux and Virtualization conference sessions

    4. Visit Oracle Linux, Virtualization and OpenStack Showcasearea @Moscone South, Booth: 1901 to see Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, VirtualBox, Ksplice, Secure Global Desktop and product demos 

    5.Visit Partner Demo stations at the Oracle Linux, Virtualization and OpenStack Showcase and be in the drawing for famous Penguins 

    6. Attend theShowcase Mini-theatre to hear Oracle and Partners present interesting topics and solutions and you will be in the drawing win a ChromeCast or a UE Roll Bluetooth speaker

    7. Don't miss these two customer sessions featuring:

    • British Telecom - BT will talk about their Container implementation
    Oracle Linux, Docker, and Oracle's Container Registry [CON7461]
    Monday, Sep 19, 5:30 p.m. | Marriott Marquis - Salon 1/2/3
    • IBM - In their session IBM will talk about their Cloud implementation with Oracle VM 
    Oracle VM Deployment on IBM Cloud [CON2972]
    Wednesday, Sep 21, 3:00 p.m. | Marriott Marquis - Salon 1/2/3

    8 .Attend the Hands-On Labs - the good news is we have 5 Hands-on Labs, bad news is all but 2 are full. Grab the remaining spots in our really popular HOLs.

    9. One event not to miss is the Customer Appreciation Night with Sting and Gwen Stefani. Come and have fun at the AT&T stadium with us. Let's celebrate!

    10.  Last but not the least enjoy the California weather, hospitality and beautiful city of San Francisco.

    See you all at Oracle OpenWorld!

     Linux and Virtualization teams 


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    SOA Suite can sometimes be a bit slow to start. This is especially the case when there are a lot of composites to load. Customers using different versions of composites can benefit from undeploying non-default revisions of processes which do not have any running instances (see for example here). Undeployment in most cases is an asynchronous process which does not give feedback. It can partially fail without you noticing (apparently not an atomic transaction). This sometimes leaves composite remains; parts of the composite which are still loaded at startup but are not visible from the Enterprise Manager. Removing these can dramatically reduce server startup time. Especially in an environment which has been used for some time and environments with many versions of composites. Reducing the time required to get the soa-infra application fully up and running is of course mostly relevant for 11g SOA installations and less for 12.1.3 (which does some lazy loading) and 12.2.1 (which supports parallel deployments, also during server start-up).

    In this article I’ll demonstrate how these left-over composite parts can be identified and removed on an 11.1.1.7 SOA environment. First try this procedure on a development or test environment before executing it in production! Using this method is entirely at your own risk. Only try it if you understand what you are doing. If something breaks, tell me so I can update this article. Thanks!

    Please mind that these actions, although they help with the start time and memory usage of your SOA environment, have less impact on run-time performance than for example purging of instances and reducing the amount of deployed composites (or tweaking datasources, soa-infra database, JVM, etc).

    Cleaning

    What is a composite in the MDS?

    WebLogic Server first brings up its Managed SOA server. After this managed server is up and RUNNING, the soa-infra application is started. After the soa-infra application is started, the composites are loaded from the MDS and put in memory. 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 www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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    10, 9, 8, 7 . . .  Ignition Sequence Start . . .

    Oracle OpenWorld 2016 lifts off in September! And boy, have we been putting some passion and power into that user experience (UX) greatness to share with you. Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) Senior Director Misha Vaughan (@mishavaughan) tells us:

    "I am proud to say that the team has even more fantastic experiences lined up for attendees at Oracle OpenWorld this year. Near and dear to my heart is our Oracle OpenWorld User Experience Exchange. This will be our fourth annual event, and it just gets better every year for partners, customers, and analysts alike!"

    Consider Yourself Invited

    If you are an Oracle Fusion Middleware and PaaS Oracle PartnerNetwork member, Oracle SaaS customer, Oracle Technology Network Ace of any species, or a UX thought leader discovering the world of digital transformation, then you cannot afford not to spend an hour at our Exchange.

    If you are a partner, you just might be interested in building a PaaS4SaaS simplified UI using the Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) and Oracle Alta UI, for example.

    Design and build a SaaS simplified UI in Oracle Jet? No problem. When you sign up for the Exchange.

    Or perhaps, an Oracle Mobile Application Framework accelerator kit for SaaS UX takes your fancy?

    Apply UX design patterns to Oracle MAF in Oracle JDeveloper and use smartphone native features? Find out more at the Exchange.

    Register here: http://tinyurl.com/OAUX2016

    About the Exchange

    This is an exclusive, hands-on, in-person event that demonstrates the Oracle Applications Cloud UX and our shared enablement on offer,  as well as some near-future Oracle UX and technology-based proof of concept ideas that'll inspire you to explore new business opportunities.

    Your Exchange Experience

    We'll be showing the roadmap for the full Oracle SaaS portfolio; extensibility tools for business users to make the Oracle Applications Cloud their own; new mobile app and JavaScript front-end UI Rapid Development Kits for partners to design and build Oracle Cloud service solutions; some cool social innovation projects, such as the award-winning Asteroid Data Explorer; innovative magic sauce from the OAUX emerging technologies team, including the incredible "step-in-and-try" Smart Office; and more! For registration details please read Ultan’s 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 www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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    Have you ever taken a beta exam?  Or wondered why you even would?  There are probably a few of us who would never even think of it.  But, there are some real benefits to taking a beta. 

    1.  Did you know that  beta exams are offered at a deeply discounted price?
    2. That you are given extra time, usually 2.5 to 3.5 hours to complete the exam?   
    3. And, when taking a beta exam you may see 120 - 220 questions?

     Don’t be scared off of the number of questions!  That’s in your favor too, because data collected from a beta exam helps ensure only the best (fair, clear) questions are used in the final test form.  And, you are only scored on these best questions – not the poorest performing questions.

    Interested?  Here’s two beta exams to think about now.  

    Exam

    Release Date

    Beta End Date (subject to change)

    Who Should Take This Exam
    1Z1-070 Oracle Exadata X5 Administration

    June 30, 2016

    September 30, 2016

    DBA’s, O/S Admins with 12 to 18 months using Grid Infrastructure with ASM, RAC database, Exadata Storage Servers, and Linux.
    1Z1-148 Oracle Database 12c: Advanced PL/SQL

    August 15, 2016

    October 31, 2016

    PL/SQL Developers with 12 to 18 months in an application development environment utilizing the SQL and PL/SQL languages.

    View all Beta New Releases

    here.


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    Oracle SQL Developer Command Line (SQLcl) is now officially available. (Download) No more Early Adopter status! Thanks to the many of you who provided feedback and helped us make this ready. We plan on very regular updates, every 60-90 days, so the fun hasn’t stopped. Oracle SQL Developer v4.1.5 is now officially... [Read More]

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    clip_image002If you are familiar with SOA/BPM 11g purging, after you have upgraded/implemented SOA/BPM 12c, you will not be able to use most of the SQL for 11g to determine the purgeable instances.  This is because SOA/BPM 12c is no longer using composite_instance table for composite instance tracking.

    In SOA/BPM 12c, a common component is used to track the state associated with a business flow and report audit information.  This design will reduce the instance tracking data generated and stored in the database, and improve purge performance by minimizing the number of tables that need to be accessed.  Component instance state will no longer be stored in individual table for instance tracking purpose, the overall flow state will be stored in SCA_FLOW_INSTANCE table.

    In SCA_FLOW_INSTANCE table, the “active_component_instances” column keeps track of how many component instances are still in a running/active state. These are the instances in one of the following states:

    • RUNNING
    • SUSPENDED
    • MIGRATING
    • WAITING_ON_HUMAN_INTERVENTION

    When the “active_component_instances” value reaches 0, this indicates that the Flow is no longer executing. There is another column called “recoverable_faults”, this column keeps track of how many faults can be recovered. This information together with the “active_component_instances” is used to determine whether the Flow can be purged or not.

    The SCA_FLOW_ASSOC table is used to record the association between the original Flow that creates the BPEL component instance and the correlated Flow. The SCA_FLOW_ASSOC table is used by the purge logic to ensure that all correlated Flows are purged together when none of the flow is in an active state.

    Another important thing to take note: if you create a SOAINFRA schema with LARGE database profile, all transactional tables will be created with range-partition. If you decide to run the SOA purging with the purge script either manually by running the stored procedure or by using auto purge function which can be configured in Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, you will need to set the purge_partitioned_component => true (default is false), otherwise the purge logic will skip all partitioned tables when the purge script run and no flow instance will be purged.  You will be able to find all the partition tables in your SOAINFRA schema by using the following SQL: ?select table_name from user_tables where partitioned = 'YES';

    You can use the following sample PL/SQL to determine whether the SCA_FLOW_INSTANCE has been partitioned and the number of purgeable flow instances in your SOAINFRA schema. Please 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 www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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    I worked with JB Brock yesterday on setting up and using Oracle JET's new Composite Component Architecture.

    The aim of it all is to have reusable components that enable you to define your own HTML elements, like this, for example:

    <!-- ko foreach: employees -->
    <demo-card class="oj-flex-item" 
               name="{{name}}" 
               avatar="{{avatar}}" 
               work-title="{{title}}" 
               work-number="{{work}}" 
               email="{{email}}" 
               background-image="{{backgroundImage}}">
    </demo-card>
    <!-- /ko -->

    Above you see a Knockout for-each loop which iterates through 'employees' and creates a new DOM element named "demo-card" for each of them.

    The above is in the view, e.g., in "home.html", while "home.js", i.e., the viewModel, defines "employees" as follows:

    self.employees = [
        {
            name: 'Deb Raphaely',
            avatar: 'images/composites/debraphaely.png',
            title: 'Purchasing Director',
            work: '5171278899',
            email: 'deb.raphaely@oracle.com',
            backgroundImage: 'images/composites/card-background_1.png'
        },
        {
            name: 'Adam Fripp',
            avatar: null,
            title: 'IT Manager',
            work: '6501232234',
            email: 'adam.fripp@oracle.com',
            backgroundImage: null
        }
    ];

    In this case, the definition of "demo-card" transforms the above snippets into a view that looks like this, with a "demo-card" for each of the two employees defined above:

    When the user clicks on each "demo-card", it flips around, and you see the other side of the card, which presents more information about the employee. (See the above live here.)

    OK, so where does "demo-card" come from? Well, in "home.js", i.e., the same place where the 'employees' above are defined, my "define" block looks like this:

    define(['ojs/ojcore', 'knockout', 'ojs/ojcomposite', 
            'jet-composites/demo-card/loader'],

    Notice, first of all, that "ojs/ojcomposite" is included, which is new in Oracle JET 2.1.0. It defines composite components. Then, notice that something is loaded from a folder named 'jet-composites', which is a folder that looks like this:

    Notice "demo-card" is a folder in there, which looks like this:

    So, what you have is an infrastructure for creating encapsulated components, defined by JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, with properties defined in JSON. Once you have a composite component, you have created a new HTML element, in this case "demo-card", defined by "loader.js", which ties everything together:

    define(['ojs/ojcore', 
        'text!./demo-card.html', 
        './demo-card', 
        'text!./demo-card.json', 
        'css!./demo-card', 
        'ojs/ojcomposite'],
      function(oj, view, viewModel, metadata) {
        oj.Composite.register('demo-card', {
          view: {inline: view}, 
          viewModel: {inline: viewModel}, 
          metadata: {inline: JSON.parse(metadata)}
        });
      }
    );

    You can pass the composite component in a ZIP file to whoever needs to use it, who unzips the ZIP into a folder, and loads it into their viewModel as described earlier, via the "define" block of the viewModel. You can see composite components as plugins for developers, i.e., not for the end user of the app, but for the development team, enabling features to be packaged, shared, and reused.

    Here is a more complex example, which is a composite component called "demo-memory-game" which itself makes use of a composite component called "demo-memory-card":

    All the details, including all the code described above, are here in the Oracle JET Cookbook:

    http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/jet/jetCookbook.html?component=composite&demo=basic


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    Thanks for the excellent time at the Summer Camps 2016 in Lisbon. Was great to get pet & lab during the whole week! In my class I learned – paw-on the Oracle PaaS portfolio including PCS, ICS, API CS, IaaS... now I’m an Oracle cloud expert. As a follow-up I will take the online assessment to become certified. The summer in Europe is great, decided to go on holiday and enjoy the beach! Bandit – the cloud expert. #jkwc

    SOA & BPM Partner Community

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

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    We have some great activities going on in the OTN Lounge in Moscone South and the Java Hub in the Hilton this week.  It all kicks off with the OTN Welcome Event, today at 3 pm in the OTN Lounge. Come by to start the week off on the right foot and get to preview of all we have going on for for the rest of the week... [Read More]

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    Dear SOA & BPM Partner Community,

    Thanks for attending the PaaS Summer Camps and the Virtual Summer Camps 2016. In case you could not make it to Lisbon we will publish most of the training content at the community workspace (membership required). In case you did not get a seat for the Virtual Summer Camps we opened the registration for the autumn edition including a SOA 12c Bootcamp and a BPM Suite 12c Bootcamp both on-demand in October 2016.

    Oracle OpenWorld starts this week here are my tips– don’t miss our community reception! Cloud Computing will be the key topic in San Francisco. Five great cloud computing samples are published in the Cloud Challenge article. Thanks to Vivek for his blog series on SOA Cloud Service. In case you will not attend the conference watch our community webcast September 27th to get the latest news from OOW.

    Thanks to the community for sharing all the SOA articles: Meeting SOA and Integration Challenges& Comparing Oracle ICS connectors & Implementing ICS book – trial chapter& API Catalog for RESTful Services& Benefits of a CDM in a SOA environment& SOA Suite 12.2.1.1.0: Create, configure and tune& Automating the Provisioning of SOA Suite on AWS& FTP Adapter Configuration for SFTP.

    As Jan describes case management supports the knowledge worker era. To support Adaptive Case Management implementations we published an ACM Methodology kit here. Thanks to the community for sharing all the BPM articles: PCS communicating to DbaaS& How to implement permissions on your activities with Adaptive Case Management?& A major financial institution sought AVIO’s help to improve their trade exception handling process while receiving mentorship in the use of a new set of development tools by Avio.& BPM Self Paced Business Process Composer Training& Missing BPM plugin issue in BPM Quick Start 12.2.1.1.0 - How To Fix

    In our last section Architecture & PaaS4SaaS the UX team highlights their Oracle OpenWorld innovation showcase– don’t miss it!

    For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The September edition of the Middleware Partner Update contains the Oracle OpenWorld tips, PaaS Sales Kits, and the upcoming community webcast an Oracle OpenWorld overview which takes place on September 27th 2016.

    Have a great Oracle OpenWorld 2016!

    To read the newsletter please visit http://tinyurl.com/SOAnewsSeptember2016  (OPN Account required)

    Jürgen Kress

    Fusion Middleware Partner Adoption
    Oracle EMEA
    Tel. +49 89 1430 1479
    E-Mail: juergen.kress@oracle.com
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  • 09/19/16--06:05: Oracle Buys Palerra
  • On September 18, 2016, Oracle announced that it signed an agreement to acquire Palerra, extending Oracle Identity Cloud Service with  an innovative Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB). The proposed transaction is subject to customary closing conditions. Until the transaction closes, each company will continue to operate independently.

    Palerra’s innovative CASB product LORIC protects and assures compliance of applications, workloads and sensitive data stored across cloud services. Palerra offers a unique combination of visibility into cloud usage, data security, user behavior analytics, and security configuration, with automated incident responses. Customers can respond to cloud security incidents in real-time, protecting sensitive company data and workloads across all of the leading cloud services.

    Together, Oracle and Palerra will help accelerate cloud adoption securely by providing comprehensive identity and security cloud services. The combination of Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDaaS) and Palerra’s CASB solution plan to deliver comprehensive protection for users, applications and APIs, data, and infrastructure to secure customer adoption of cloud.

    Learn more.


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    To a packed room at NetBeans Day 2016, at the start of JavaOne 2016, James Gosling participated in a discussion panel, where he reflected on the history of NetBeans and shared his thoughts on the plans to move to Apache.

    Below, watch the final minutes, where he focuses specifically on the NetBeans plans in relation to Apache:

    Here's the view on the room from his perspective, in a photo taken by Michael Nacimento (sitting next to James):

    Thanks to Victor Duran, who made the video of James's words above. 

    There was a funny moment earlier in the session, where I had explained the move of NetBeans towards Apache, which I ended by saying: "We are carefully optimistic that everything will work out and our move to Apache will succeed." At that point James threw up his hands in exasperation, turned to me, and said: "Oh, have a little faith! We'll work through the Apache process!" :-)


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    Are you a functional implementer of Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking who will need to learn a lot more about the various modules over a period of time? And will you want to do this when and where it suits you?

    Oracle University has just released these four Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Learning Subscriptions:

     Take a look at the ease of navigation and preview the content.Each subscription has 3 sections:

    • Getting started
    • Functional/Technical training,including the architecture, key modules, features, functionality, and business process capabilities
    • What’s new (continually updatedcovering newest features available for the latest product release)

    Learning subscriptions are valid for one year initially and give 24/7 access from any location with Internet. So you can learn between billable projects and either at work or from home.

    To purchase online, go to theOracle Product, Solution, Industry & Cloud Training web pageand click on Industries.

    Remember: Your Oracle PartnerNetwork discount is applied to the standard price shown on our web pages.

    For more information and assistance simply contact your local Oracle University Service Desk.


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    Hello to you from Oracle OpenWorld !

    We are very excited to start the 2nd day of OpenWorld. We already had a great Sunday session about "Market Opportunities for Partners Using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Technologies" with Partners as panel speakers. Larry Ellison Sunday keynote featured new services for Oracle Cloud which is powered by Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Keynote today is "The World Ahead", 9:00 a.m–10:15 a.m., at Moscone North, Hall D. Mark Hurd will present with key speakers from HSBC, Clubcorp, and Motorola Solutions. Don't miss them. If you are not attending, you can watch live streaming.

    Right after the keynote stop by Moscone South, Booth #1901, Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcaseto see Oracle demo pods, Partner kiosks from SGI, Fortinet, Niksun, Hitachi, amitego AG, Solution-Soft, Micro Focus and Zimbra. We have great giveaways and prizes for you including UE Roll Speakers, Chrome Cast and life-size Penguins. 

    Monday is also full of informative sessions and Hands-on-Labs for Oracle Linux, Virtualization and OpenStack for Oracle Linux teams.  

    Our sessions for today are :

    Mark the url below for easy check of these sessions for Oracle Linux and Virtualization. 

    Focus on Document - Oracle Linux and Virtualization

    We also have mini-theatre sessions in the Oracle Linux, Virtualization and OpenStack Showcase, Booth: 1901 at Moscone South. 

    See you at our sessions, HOLs and Showcase!

     Zeynep Koch 


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    We're very excited to announce the General Availability of Oracle MySQL Cloud Service! Oracle MySQL Cloud Service allows you to accelerate innovation and to rapidly, securely and cost-effectively develop & deploy modern applications powered by the world’s most... [Read More]

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