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    Oracle Solaris Training Certification

    The Oracle Solaris Curriculum and Certification Guide outlines the various learning opportunities offered through Oracle University's Oracle Solaris 11 Curriculum.

    Choose from hands-on, interactive training - offered in both classroom and digital formats - that's tailored to your learning path and career.

    All of our latest training is included so you have access to our latest courses.

    • New to or have questions about Oracle Solaris
    • Wondering how toget certifiedon Oracle Solaris?
    • Looking to enhance or upgrade your Oracle Solaris skill set?

    This simple chartprovides the answers you need.

    Possessing current skills proves you are keeping up with new technology.

    It illustrates that you want to hold a viable position in the marketplace – something employers are eager to find, especially in systems administration roles within corporations.

    If you're acquiring new skills or just need to make a few updates to existing training you've taken or certification(s) you've earned, let’s get started.

    Questions we can answer for you:

    • "I took training on Oracle Solaris 10 a long time ago - how do I update my training to Oracle Solaris 11?"
    • "Is my Oracle Solaris 11 Certification still valid?"
    • "What if I am trying to migrate between UNIX and Oracle Solaris?"

    Review the Oracle Solaris Curriculum and Certification Guide for answers.

    If you have additional questions, comment on this blog post with your question and we will happily answer.


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    Today marks the first day for the Java Hub starting at 9:30 am in the Hilton and day two of the OTN Lounge in Moscone South opening at 10 am. As we continue our OTN Lounge activities, the Community Cast is in full swing starting at 9 am and running throughout the day. Click here to see what you may have missed... [Read More]

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    While I always enjoy getting in front of customers to present on some new and really cool functionality in Enterprise Manager Cloud Control, it's even better to be in the audience listening to actual customers doing just that!  There are a couple of those presentations coming up on Thursday this week at OOW.  Unfortunately I can't be there to listen in, but if you're interested in learning how to provide scalable and flexible patching solutions, make sure you get along to these two presentations and learn directly from these customers!

    Pivot from Manual to Scalable with Oracle Database Lifecycle Management Pack [CON2494]

    This presentation is on at 10:45 am on Thursday in Moscone South - 305.  Sarah Brydon and Ashwin Vaidya, both from Paypal, are the presenters. Are your skilled DBAs spending time installing software and applying patches instead of growing your business? Come to this session to learn how PayPal moved from manual execution of homegrown scripts for Oracle Real Application Clusters installs and patching to leveraging the power of Oracle Database Lifecycle Management Pack. Oracle Real Application Clusters provisioning moved from days to an hour per node, with improved build consistency and quality. Security and reliability patching scaled to deliver patches across the enterprise faster and more consistently than ever before. The session includes best practices for implementing provisioning and discusses PayPal’s experience with patching plans and the new fleet maintenance feature in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12.1.0.5 and 13c.

    Database Patch at 1,000 Scale: Nationwide’s Oracle Enterprise Manager Fleet Maintenance Odyssey [CON2260]

    This session is on at 12 noon on Thursday, in the same room (Moscone South - 305).  The presenters this time are Gary Henderson and John Norman, both from Nationwide. Database currency is becoming an increasingly important part of every company’s security posture, but there are significant challenges with patching at scale—say, 1,200 databases. This session is on how Nationwide followed Oracle’s best practice (out-of-place patching) and used Oracle Enterprise Manager’s command-line interface with the new switch database capability to accomplish patching at scale and position the company for forthcoming fleet maintenance.

    So there you have it - two fantastic presentations, learning from real customer experiences.  It doesn't come much more realistic than that! 


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    We're very happy to announce the general availability of the next release of MySQL Enterprise Monitor, version 3.3 (see the full changelog here). This is the best in class tool for monitoring and management of your MySQL assets, included with your MySQL Enterprise Edition subscription. ... [Read More]

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    The MySQL Partner Jump-start Webcast that took place on September 13th (English) is now available for replay.

    Watch the replay today!


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    imageAttend our September edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast live on September 27th 2016 at 16:00 CET.

    Get the latest news from Oracle Open World 2016. A detailed update on new features of Oracle Platform as a Service and how to position them at your customers. As part of the Webcast we will introduce the Oracle Open World kit, an opportunity to you to run a minimagei conference for your customers!


    Ed Zou

    Vice President Product Management, Oracle Cooperation

    Visit the registration page here.

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    Schedule:

    August 30th 2016 at 16:00-17:00 CET

    Visit the registration page here.

    Missed our SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast? – watch the on-demand versions:

    ·BPM Suite & PCS Update July 26th 2016

    ·Integration Cloud Service June 28th 2016

    ·Sales Plays Webcast June 9th 2016

    ·Real-Time Integration Business Insight May 31st 2016

    ·Integration Strategy sales and marketing campaign update

    ·Microservices

    ·Stream Explorer

    ·Process Cloud Service V2

    ·SOA Suite 12.2.1

    ·Oracle OpenWorld 2015 update

    ·SOA & API Cloud Service

    ·Solutions Catalog & Cloud Marketplace

    ·GSE demo systems

    ·Hybrid sales plays

    For the latest information please visit Community Updates Wiki page (SOA Community membership required).

    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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    On the way to NetBeans Day 2016, I had a nice conversation...

    Here's where it is on YouTube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2F9cik4hXs


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    Hello again from the beautiful city of San Francisco, sun is shining and people are enjoying the last days of summer. 

    Today is the 3rd day of the Oracle OpenWorld which started on Sunday with Larry Ellison keynote covering new cloud announcements. It continued on Monday with Mark Hurd keynote and many sessions for Linux and virtualization teams including speaker from BT who covered their container implementation. Today, in the morning Safra Katz and Thomas Kurian will talk about Cloud Enterprises, Larry Ellison will cover "The Future of Cloud Database and Infrastructure" at 1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m., Moscone North, Hall D. If you are not in San Francisco, you can watch some of the sessions and keynotes through the OOW livestream.

    Today Oracle Linux and Virtualization teams have variety of topics that includes Future of Converged Infrastructure and Ksplice sessions, Partner presentations, and variety of mini theatre sessions and Hands-on Labs.

    Mark the Focus on Linux and Virtualization Document which lists all the sessions and demos available.

     Mini Theatre sessions are located in the Oracle Linux, Virtualization and OpenStack Showcase, Moscone South, Booth:1901. You can win Chrome Cast, Penguins and UE Roll Speakers if you attend one of the sessions below and visit Partner demopods.


    See you at the sessions and showcase area!

    Zeynep Koch 


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    In both v4.1.5 and v4.2, you can now select objects from your database tree, and drag them to another connection to have them copied. The source can be: a MySQL, DB2, SQL Server, Sybase, Terradata, or other 3rd party supported RDBMS an Oracle Database The destination can be: an on-premise Oracle Databaes an Oracle... [Read More]

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    During Oracle OpenWorld 2016 keynote Thomas Kurian showcased the Oracle IaaS, PaaS and SaaS portfolio in many live demos. Some of the highlights include key PaaS solutions:

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    Slides and demos will become available for partners via the communities in the next weeks. Please see partner community details. below.

    Want to try the Oracle PaaS Service?

    Want to know how you can position your services around Oracle PaaS?

    Watch the on-demand PaaS Partner Webcast www.tinyurl.com/salesPaaS

    Make us of the sales Oracle kits and learn how to position your services:

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    Want to learn more about Oracle PaaS Services?

    Join the Partner Communities free of charge:

    SOA & BPM Partner Community

    For regular information about Oracle’s PaaS and Middleware solutions 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.

    WebLogic Partner Community

    For regular information about Oracle’s PaaS and Middleware solutions  become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.


    Enjoy Oracle OpenWorld 2016!

    Jürgen Kress

    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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    v\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} o\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} w\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} .shape {behavior:url(#default#VML);} Welcome to Tuesday from both the OTN Lounge and Java Hub! We encourage you to stop by and contribute to the German artist Mirja Wellman’s masterpiece. This experience is... [Read More]

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    Ok, so there you have it: I just don’t like the Mediator. I don’t really know why. But now that it’s in the open, let’s discuss it.

    I often see a pattern where a composite with a synchronous operation is implemented with a Mediator and BPEL component:

    I think that in most of these cases, it would be better to either leave out the Mediator component completely. Or replace it with a BPEL component that is run transient, i.e. in-memory.

    This article discusses some of the aspects around using a Mediator.

    We need to discuss…

    Some of the reasons to avoid a Mediator:

    • It adds another ‘technology’ to your developer’s skillset
    • It adds more tasks for system administration
    • It’s bad for performance

    Arguments in favor of using the Mediator:

    • One end-point for a composite with multiple operations
    • One external interface hides composite-internal changes

    Let’s go.

    Yet another developer skill

    As developer has to learn a lot when trying to master the SOA Suite completely. Learning all the aspects of BPEL is already a big task. And the Mediator is yet another skill. Arguably, not a big skill. Even more, developers are often inclined to say ‘ah … not hard at all’. But … are you as a developer familiar with all the features of Mediators? Like the resequencing rules? The routing rules priorities? When to specify sequential and parallel execution?

    I like simple things.

    More tasks for system administration

    Like for the developer, the Mediator also introduces new topics for the system administrator: purging and tuning.

    Both should not be a big issue, as enough information is available on how to handle them . But … does your system administrator know that there is a Mediator engine that needs to be tuned? Just challenge your system administrators to have a look at  Mediator tuning and ask them how they handled it.

    Performance

    At the beginning of the article, it was argued that a Mediator with synchronous operation(s) can be replaced with a BPEL component. That BPEL component can then be made transient, i.e. it will run in memory. That would save the DB access by the Mediator engine. 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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    We're very excited to announce the General Availability of Oracle MySQL Cloud Service!

    The most comprehensive MySQL offering in the cloud that includes advanced features, tools and support. 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 popular open source database.

    Built on the proven MySQL Enterprise Edition and powered by the Oracle Cloud, it provides a simple, automated, integrated and enterprise-ready cloud service that enables organizations to deliver MySQL-based applications globally at scale.

    Check out the Oracle MySQL Cloud Service video for a rapid overview:

    "The launch of Oracle MySQL Cloud Service brings the world’s most popular open source database to the Oracle Cloud Platform and extends the complete suite of cloud services that Oracle provides to help organizations rapidly build and deploy rich applications. Developers and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) can rely on the most comprehensive MySQL offering in the cloud, with advanced features, tools and support to accelerate the time to market of their new modern applications." Read the press release: Oracle Empowers Cloud Developers.

    Learn more.


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    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.

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


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    Oracle and Phemi Present: Big Data from the Trenches: The Researcher and Data Scientist Weigh-In will focus on two points of view regarding the implementation of big data in healthcare.

    The data scientist and the researcher help will inform the attendees what they can expect in terms of obstacles & best practices.

    Register today.


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    Hello to you on another beautiful morning from Oracle OpenWorld.

    In case you missed the Oracle OpenWorld keynotes last two days, here's the on demand link.

    Today's keynote is "Oracle Converged Infrastructure—On-Premises Solutions with Cloud Insurance" by Dave Donatelli, and "A Revolution in Compute and Data Management" by John Fowler and Juan Loaiza, 9:00 a.m.–10:15 a.m., at Moscone North, Hall D.  Live streaming is available for keynotes in case you are not in San Francisco.

    It had been a really busy three days for us but today is even more packed for Oracle Linux and Virtualization teams. Just check out those sessions we have lined up for you- Oracle VM deployment on IBM Cloud session is the one not to miss.   

    As usual, we have some great showcase theatre sessions lined up as well:

    Today is also your last chance to visit Showcase partners, Oracle demopods and win great prizes. So don't forget to come to Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase at Moscone South, Booth 1901.  

    Hope you have a great Wednesday, come and see us at our sessions and showcase.


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    Someone said we should make the view source searchable, and that we should show any errors on a view. Actually, it might have been a few dozen of you. A reader reminded me that we actually implemented this in v4.2. The split editor trick, you know this one, right? Code Outline (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle... [Read More]

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    Wednesday at the OTN Lounge and Java Hub have activities still in full swing. Have you visited the IoT Workshop in the OTN Lounge? Interact with your fellow attendees by getting your own wi-fi micro microcontroller and connect it to Oracle IoT Cloud Service. OTN is partnering with the AppsLab, the OAUX... [Read More]

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    Are you transitioning to Oracle Financial Services banking applications? Are you looking to enhance proficiency in setting up, managing and using your Oracle Financial Services applications?

    Oracle now offers Oracle Learning Subscriptions to help you get the most out of your investment in Oracle Financial Services applications.

    Here are 5 reasons why an Oracle Learning Subscription should interest you.

    1. New Oracle Learning Subscriptions - Now Available

    New powerful digital learning subscriptions are now available for your Oracle Financial Services applications.

    Each learning subscription enables the delivery of classroom training content for Oracle Financial Services applications in an online, digital, high definition video format.

    Each learning subscription is categorized by business segment to ensure training is relevant to your specific needs. Learning subscriptions are available for:

    2. Enjoy Modern Learning at It's Best

    With each learning subscription, you benefit from the key elements of an effective learning program and the convenience of a digital format, making this training unmatched in the industry.

    • Get 12 months of 24/7 access to a comprehensive set of high quality videos delivered by Oracle experts.
    • Benefit from detailed coverage of your applications, step-by-step demonstrations, and hands-on exercises so you can practice what you learn.
    • Get dynamic updates on new features and enhancements covering the latest product releases.
    • Gain access to Oracle University experts to answer your questions.
    • Utilize advanced search capabilities that guide you to a topic of interest.

    3. Oracle Learning Subscriptions Are Designed for Your Team

    These learning subscriptions are ideal for both new and existing users, including:

    • Implementers
    • Administrators
    • Super users
    • Business analysts
    • Consultants

    Oracle Learning Subscriptions enable your current users to continually refresh and upgrade their product skills.

    It also provides new employees with a self-paced learning guide to help them quickly become proficient on Oracle Financial Services applications.

    4. Benefit from End-to-End Training

    These learning subscriptions provide end-to-end training for your Oracle Financial Services applications.

    • Get an in-depth look at the functional and technical aspects of your applications, including the architecture, key modules, the relationship between those modules, features, functionality, and business process capabilities.
    • Learn how to perform the step-by-step setup required to deploy your applications.
    • Develop expertise using your applications to perform transactions and complete business processes.
    • Understand the purpose and implication of module-specific maintenances in day-to-day transaction processing to streamline daily bank operations.

    5. You Can't Beat the Value

    For about the same price of a single 5-day course, you get multiple courses and supplemental training videos that cover all aspects of your applications. The value is hard to match!

    Preview the Oracle Learning Subscriptions for your Oracle Financial Services applicationstoday!


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    OOW16 is not over yet. Still one day to go. Or walk. My average walking distance per day so far is almost 11km per day or 13500 steps according to my cell phone.  We've had one talk so far, our "Upgrade and Migrate to Oracle Database 12.2 - Live and Uncensored" on Monday, 3 of 4 Hands-On-Labs, all... [Read More]

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