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    Webcast_icon.jpgOverview of Sales Orders Mobile App in Order Management

    Date: November 15, 2016 at 11:00 am ET, 8:00 am PT, 3:00 pm GMT, 8:30 pm, India Time (Mumbai)


    This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for those who are using the Order Management application and exploring the “Sales Orders for EBS” Mobile app. This session is intended to give the audience an overview on functionality and usage of the Sales Orders mobile App, and also includes troubleshooting commonly encountered issues.

    Topics will include:

    • Enabling and Configuring for Mobile app
    • Setting up Mobile App access to Responsibilities
    • Downloading Mobile app from Play store/App Store
    • Demonstration of App features
    • Frequently asked questions
    • Basic Diagnostics to be provided on Service Request to troubleshoot an issue

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    End user adoption is the primary determinant of whether a cloud implementation is successful.

    If end users do not know how to properly use the enterprise applications or the business processes they were designed to support, they will never realize the value of their investment. 

    It will be extremely difficult to remain competitive in the marketplace.

    And if they don’t understand the process and policies to do their job, organizations will never realize the value of their enterprise applications.

    According to McKinsey & Company,

    “The real problem is that most organizations have not sufficiently understood that technology is only valuable when end users embrace it as a tool, which allows them to make individual contributions to important business goals."

    Every implementation on cloud needs a crafted and modern accelerated end user strategy. End users need to be empowered with tools to help them expedite the project roll out.

    Advantages of End User Adoption

    Maximize ROI by quicker technology adoption - utilize tools like guided learning, cloud based applications, just-in-time learning and context-sensitive learning.

    Mitigate risk -by properly controlling all user adoption solutions and ensuring users are trained and certified for continuous agile development on cloud.

    Lower Cost - end user adoption solutions reduce development time and provide re-usability of content for faster roll out to large sets of end users.

    Increase user competency & productivity - tools enable faster adoption to the new system; certification improves user productivity.

    Cloud deployment and user adoption is challenging. With faster and modular roll outs, you can reach users who are currently deployed or who are in the midst of a cloud deployment.

    Common challenges PMO teams face during cloud deployments on a homogenous or hybrid platform:
    • How do you address “pre-go-live” training, “post-go-live” support, new-hire training, as well as local and remote users?
    • How do you deliver classroom or web-based training - or both? What's the best way to leverage existing content?
    • Cloud SAAS deployments are modular and do not follow the standard pattern; how do you prepare users for just-in-time/contextual learning?
    Having spent time on consulting, architecture and deployment patterns, we do not have a comprehensive plan for continuous learning for users. 
    • Which modern techniques can be used to manage lack of user adoption?
    • Who would manage the PMO of user adoption? How do you offer the right customized training for functional users, technical users, power users and end users for implemented systems quickly and efficiently, early in the implementation cycle?
    • How do you execute change management involving new systems and new processes?
    • How do you manage roll outs to end users for customized processes?
    • How do we integrate with our current learning systems or guided learning?
    How do we develop in APP context sensitive training for end users?
    • Most projects are a mix of on-premise and cloud. How do we manage user adoption with minimum intervention?
    • How do we build a continuous learning platform for cloud deployment across job roles with a blended solution and defined ownership?
    • How do we certify the team to use the application for the application scope?
    To answer these questions, you need a comprehensive user adoption plan to align the project process and meet the needs of every end user.

      Solutions to the Above Challenges

      • Establish a vision and strategy for the end user roll out that aligns with the implementation team and customer project implementation cycle. Clearly define the plan and desired outcomes.
      • Involve an end user consultant in the initial stage of the implementation lifecycle itself.
      • Align end user application training as the default option (recommended) with IN-APP option/guided learning. This helps contextual users quickly adopt solutions and roll out with the license purchase or interim.
      Build a change management strategy for user adoption; design a focused roll out strategy.
      • Identify customized processes and build an extended learning platform for end user roll out.
      • Build IN-APP end user learning into every project.
      • Conduct CLS job impact analysis for the modules.
      Create UAS Customised Process Overview Documentation
      • End user quick reference tools for learning
      • CLS role mapping matrix and questionnaires
      • Custom CLS portal for learning aligned with LMS

      What is Guided Learning?

      Guided Learning is a new innovative solution that helps end users learn "just in time." It offers contextual learning in the SAAS application, including HCM and ERP.

      This is a key component of the overall end user solution that helps end users quickly adapt. 

      Benefits include:

      Accelerated adoption

      • User training available at go-live 
      • Updated with all cloud releases
      • Customized to support company processes and policies

      Reduced Cost 

      • Training embedded directly in the application
      • Step-by-step guide to avoid mistakes

      Just-in-time learning

      • Integrated into live application
      • New changes reflected for experienced user

      Implementing a comprehensive user adoption strategy is as important as the technical implementation itself.

      Every organization has a fragmented approach to the system integrator's or consultant's ownership of managing people adoption. Most organizations do not have a focused team to manage the continuous end user adoption strategy for cloud.

      Recommended Next Steps

      Build stakeholder representation from the user adoption team as part of every cloud implementation project with the system integrator and consultant.

      Build a comprehensive learning plan for user training with multiple roles (technical, functional and end users) along with change management. 

      Ensure you have coverage for end user roll out when procuring licenses. 

      Build technical and functional learning early in the implementation cycle.

      Have a continuous learning PMO built within the organization throughout the entire life cycle of cloud implementation. This helps manage changes, patches and integration.

      Oracle University provides subscription-based learning to help professionals  learn anytime, anywhere. Participate in flexible learning, with hands-on labs.

      About the Author

      Sudhir Menon is a seasoned and experienced techno-management professional with 22+ years of diverse experience across consulting, industry solutions, architecture, and technology management. He is very passionate about architecture and has diverse experience managing customers and building solutions specific to industry mapping to the business needs.

      He has strong consulting experience in building IOT, Analytics, Cloud and Middleware Solutions for large customers. He is currently doing research around IOT and Analytics and building next generation solutions. He works as principal consultant at Oracle University.

      You can reach him @sudhir.g.menon@oracle.com.


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      Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 is built upon a logical three-tier architecture. The flexibility of the EBS architecture enables to meet your performance, scalability and high availability requirements by adding nodes and/or services to your environment, whether on-premises or on Oracle Cloud.

      Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 Application Technology Stack

      Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 introduced Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS) as part of the application tier technology stack, deploying a dedicated WLS domain with associated clusters of managed servers that include:

      • oacore - provides core functionality in EBS application tier Java code, including OAF based functionality for EBS products
      • oafm - supports web services, Secure Search and Oracle Transport Agent
      • forms - provides Oracle forms functionality

      EBS 12.2 WLS Scale Up 

      Scale up for R12.2 WLS means adding managed servers to existing clusterson an existing EBS node.

      You can scale up your R12.2 WLS managed servers in Oracle Compute Cloud Service (hereafter referred to as Compute) as you do on-premises today by following our documentation available here:

      EBS 12.2 WLS Scale Out

      Scale out for R12.2 WLS means adding managed servers to a new EBS node across existing WLS clusters.

      Note:  Scale out for R12.2 WLS assumes that you are adding the services to an additional node in your environment.  This node is not one that is currently configured to run EBS application tier services.

      Scale Out EBS Application Tier Nodes and Services

      When running EBS 12.2 in Oracle Cloud, several different scenarios exist for scaling out R12.2 by adding nodes and services:

         Note:  For Use Cases 1 and 2, Oracle Traffic Director (OTD) is automatically deployed as the load balancer for the multi-node application tier.

        • Use Case 3 - The EBS R12.2 lift and shift process to Compute-only (i.e. where the application and database tiers are both located on Compute) allows you to scale out an environment performing steps similar to the ones that you execute on-premises. An overview of the steps is as follows:
        1. Create an Oracle Compute Cloud Service Instance using the Oracle E-Business Suite OS only image for the new EBS application tier node and OTD node  
        2. Install and configure OTD as the load balancer
        3. Configure the EBS Node
        For more information, refer to the following:

        References

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        The Oracle Linux and Virtualization Team is pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle Linux 7 Update 3for x86-64 servers.

        Users with a support subscription can download ISOs from My Oracle Support. ISO installation images can also be downloaded from Oracle eDelivery. Individual RPM packages for Oracle Linux 7 Update 3 are available on the public yum server and the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN).

        This is the first Oracle Linux 7 ISO to include UEK Release 4 (UEK R4). Please note that new installations of Oracle Linux 7 Update 3 will install and boot the UEK R4 kernel by default. However, updates to existing Oracle Linux 7 environments require the user to explicitly install UEK R4 and will not automatically replace existing UEK R3 kernels.

        Kernel Support with Oracle Linux 7 Update 3

        The Oracle Linux 7 Update 3 ISO includes and installs two sets of kernel packages: Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) and Red Hat Compatible Kernel (RHCK). The installation process configures the system to boot with UEK as the default kernel, and configures RHCK as an alternate kernel.

        The Oracle Linux 7 Update 3 ISO contains the following kernel packages:

        •           kernel-uek-4.1.12-61.1.18.el7uek (UEK R4u2 +errata)

        •           kernel-3.10.0-514.el7

        Oracle Linux 7 Update 3 continues to support, but does not ship with, the latest UEK R3u7 and later.

        Application Compatibility

        Oracle Linux maintains user space compatibility with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which is independent of the kernel version that underlies the operating system. Existing applications in user space will continue to run unmodified on Oracle Linux 7 Update 3 with UEK R4 and no re-certifications are needed for applications already certified with RHEL 7 or Oracle Linux 7.

        Notable in Oracle Linux 7 Update 3:

        •           UEFI Secure Boot Support - This update allows you to install and use Oracle Linux 7 on systems that have enabled UEFI Secure Boot, which is fully supported on Oracle Linux 7 Update 3.

        For more details on this and other new features and changes in Oracle Linux 7 Update 3, please consult the release notes in the Oracle Linux Product Documentation Library.

        Oracle Linux can be downloaded, used and distributed free of charge and all updates and errata are freely available. For support, you decide which of your systems require a support subscription. This makes Oracle Linux an ideal choice for your development, testing and production systems. You decide which support coverage is the best for each of your systems individually, while keeping all of your systems up-to-date and secure. For customers with Oracle Linux Premier Support, you also receive access to zero-downtime kernel updates using Oracle Ksplice and support for Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux.


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        Oracle Service Bus comes with JVM settings that cause questions to some customers. This posting provides answers to the most common questions I discussed in workshops or received so far.

        Warning about PermSize Option

        Question 1: “I see the following warning:

        Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM warning: ignoring option MaxPermSize=1024m; support was removed in 8

        Does that mean that Oracle generates the startup scripts with wrong JVM flags?”

        Answer: With Oracle JVM 8 the permanent space was removed. Not having a perm space was a JRockit “feature” that has been ported over to the Oracle JVM. The warnings of course are harmless. Startup scripts for WebLogic only domains are generated correctly for WebLogic 12.2.1. So Oracle needs to change this for OSB domains and they know about it.

        Heap Size

        Question 2: “How big is Oracle Service Bus now? I used to be able to create and run a cluster on my laptop with earlier versions but now I run into resource problems.”

        Answer: Default startup parameters are: -Xms1024m -Xmx2048m, i.e. minimum heap size is 1 GB, maximum heap size is 2 GB. Hence you should expect your process size to be larger than 1 GB right from the start. 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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        Parameters in Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 - part 3 of the series: New SPFILE Parameters in Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 Obsolete SPFILE Parameters in Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 Deprecated SPFILE Parameters in Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 Finally, here's the list of DEPRECATED parameters in Oracle Database... [Read More]

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        Webcast_icon.jpgNew Enhancements in Enterprise Asset Management Release 12.2.6

        Date: November 17, 2016 at 11:00 am ET, 8:00 am PT, 3:00 pm GMT, 8:30 pm, India Time (Mumbai)


        This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for Maintenance Business Users, Planners,Administrators and Maintenance Management team who are involved in the execution,tracking & planning of maintenance actions. This session covers the latest enhancements that are added to EAM products through E-Business Suite Release 12.2.6.

        Topics will include:

        • Overview of EBS Release 12.2.6
        • New features of Oracle EAM
        • Business Value and Implementation Consideration of the enhanced features

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        In one of the project I've worked on, I configured an automatic creation/update and delete of assets in WebCenter Sites 11g using its REST api via OSB.
        The configuration is a bit tricky so I want to share the solution.
        I am not giving the details step by step of how this can be implemented as I am sharing the code, btw I'll explain the main important concept.

        What it is needed for this tip:
        • JDeveloper 12.1.3 (SOA Quick start version)
        • An account with read/write right permission in a WebCenter Sites server
        • The AssetType created in Sites
        OSB Services Implemented

        The Pipeline in the project contains the below services: 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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        Pros. and Cons.

        As the state owned electric company of one East European country is undergoing transformation to conform to EU standards it has been transformed from one monolith organization to different smaller entities, each with his own task. Furthermore these entities have been further subdivided based on a region. Also the new players arrived on the market as the law has ben changed to accommodate that possibility. Now the different organizations that emerged from this dividing and subdividing have not been able to use a single monolith ERP and billing application to process and accommodate all possible use cases that the process of selling, producing, provisioning, and supplying electric current, requires. Different companies have been allowed to use their own IT systems to satisfy their business needs. IT systems have become heterogeneous. However because of the need for cooperation and data sharing between these organizations as both required by law and by business needs, numerous use cases requiring integration have emerged. Organizations are faced faced with dilemma whether to invest in ESB based integration solution or use, from his point of view, simpler and chipper solution. Point-to-Point Solution that is based on numerous database links between different heterogeneous databases.

        Integration entities

        Beside the needs to exchange data between two organizations doing business in different regions, most of the data exchange occurs between entities doing cooperative efforts from selling to provisioning of electric current to the end users. First of all the end user has open possibility to buy electric current from different sellers based on the different package offering provided by seller. On the other hand seller has the possibility to choose from which producer to buy electric current based on the current market prices for electric production and future trend analyses. That means that distribution channel from the producer to the end user does not have to be constant as producer, provisioning channel from producer to distributor and supplier, and in some cases also supplier himself might get changed during the duration of the contract period. Numerous use cases are needed to satisfy previously mentioned requirements and we are going to mention end explain some of them and present them in both use case UML diagrams and possible implementation outcomes.

        Use cases

        From the moment when the end-user signs contract with the supplier to the moment when the electric current in delivered to the end user there are several basic use cases.

        Use case 1: Sending user data to supplier

        As the seller of the electric current does not have to be business that is directly related with provisioning and distributing of the electric current, electric current supply can be part of the bigger packages that can include e.g. telephone plus Internet plus TV plus electric current in the same package. 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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        Rogers Group Inc, a road and highway construction company based out of Nashville, Tennessee, was looking for a way to increase both productivity and efficiency at its job sites. For many years, all on-site data, from crew member hours to which equipment was used and installed was tracked, using... paper forms! These paper forms were sent to an office clerk at Rogers' offices who entered all the data into the company's back-end Oracle E-Business Suite system manually. As a result, site managers sometimes had to wait a week to analyze data from these reports.

        Rogers worked with with AuraPlayer, an Oracle partner that helps companies to integrate, extend, modernize and mobilize their E-Business Suite and Forms applications, to "wrap" its existing EBS infrastructure and expose it as a web service. AuraPlayer's technology allowed Rogers to accomplish this without changing any code in its back end.  Rogers then collaborated with Sofbang, an Oracle Platinum Partner and leading Cloud Solutions provider, to create a mobile app using Oracle Mobile Cloud Service that would allow on-site managers to visualize and manipulate the now-exposed E-Business Suite data.

        With  this  winning  combination  of  technology and assistance from AuraPlayer and Sofbang, Rogers Group increased its efficiency and accuracy in maintaining business records, and provided managers with the ability to see and reconcile reports in real-time, instead of asking them to wait a week for paper substitutes.  To learn more and read the full case study, click here.

        Don't forget to follow us @OracleMobile and to join the conversation on LinkedIn.



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        Register Now!Advisor Webcast SOA and SOACS Upgrade Best Practices and Roadmap December 6, 2016

        This one-hour Advisor Webcast is recommended for system administrators who are interested on best practices to upgrade to SOA 12c or move to SOA Cloud Services (SOACS) .  Presented by SOA Product Management.

        Schedule:

        • Tuesday , December 06, 2016 11:00 AM (US Pacific Time)
        • Tuesday , December 06, 2016 02:00 PM (US Eastern Time)
        • Tuesday , December 06, 2016 08:00 PM (Central European Time)
        • Wednesday, December 07, 2016 12:30 AM (India Standard Time)

        Topics Include:

        • In-Place SOA Upgrades
        • Side by Side SOA Upgrade
        • Options Benefits Comparison
        • OnPrem SOA to SOA Cloud (SOACS) Upgrade

        Duration: 1 hr Current Schedule and Archived Downloads can be found in <<Note 740966.1>>

        WebEx Conference Details Topic: SOA and SOACS Upgrade Best Practices and Roadmap
        Event Number: 590 560 413
        Event Passcode: 909090

        Register 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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        Here's a recording (go to it directly on Vimeo here) of a session I did last week in Malmo, Sweden, at Oredev, all about the relevance of the JavaScript ecosystem for modern enterprise applications.

        Get started with Oracle JET, i.e., Oracle's JavaScript enterprise platform, for free in a free three week on-line course here.


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        In July 2016, we announced the general availability of Oracle Application Management Suite 13.1.1.1 for Oracle E-Business Suite as a plug-in for Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c. Application Management Suite 13.1.1.1 is now certified as a plug-in with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Release 2.

        EM 13cR2 compatibility

        We encourage all customers to upgrade to the latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 13.2 and Oracle Application Management Pack 13.1.1.1. If you are planning to manage Oracle E-Business Suite cloud environments, you must be on Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c and Oracle Application Management Pack Release 13.1.1.1.0 with latest patches listed in the Note below.

        References

        For release details and product documentation links, see:

        Downloading this update

        Oracle Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite can be downloaded and installed by:

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      • 11/14/16--00:52: Updates to Oracle JET MOOC
      • Before JavaOne/OpenWorld this year, we ran the first session of the Oracle JET MOOC (massive open on-line course). The aim was to prepare a large number of developers all at the same time about enterprise JavaScript in the context of Oracle JET, i.e., Oracle's free and open source JavaScript platform. The MOOC is on-line, self paced, three weeks, and focused on 10 YouTube clips per week for three weeks, with many homework tasks, quizzes, and a certificate of completion at the end. We ran the second session after JavaOne/OpenWorld and have started the third session today. In the process, thousands of developers have been introducing themselves to Oracle JET.

        Since the time when we put the MOOC together in August, quite a few changes have taken place and we've tried to update some of the parts of the MOOC as a result. If we were to be really thorough about it, we'd need to re-record absolutely every part, which is not really doable. So, here's an overview of all the changes and where parts of the MOOC are impacted.

        • Oracle JET Releases. Oracle JET 2.1.0 and Oracle JET 2.2.0. When we put the MOOC together, Oracle JET was at version 2.0.2. In the meantime, both 2.1.0 and 2.2.0 have been released. Read about 2.1.0 here and about 2.2.0 here. To ensure that the latest version of Oracle JET is always downloaded via "bower.json", we've changed the hardcode "2.0.2" in the GitHub samples to "latest", which will mean that in some cases you'll see different libraries and different versions of libraries in the YouTube clips than you'll see in your own code when working with Oracle JET templates.

        • Composite Component Architecture. The biggest impact of the above releases on the MOOC is the introduction of the Composite Component Architecture introduced in Oracle JET 2.1.0. Read about there here in the Oracle JET Cookbook. That topic was already mentioned in the MOOC, in Lesson 3, Part 1, where we look at integration with 3rd party components. However, the code sample for that part has been updated to include all the code samples from the Cookbook dealing with composite components. Go here to look at that code sample.

        • Oracle JET Templates. A big impact on the MOOC is that the "Oracle JET QuickStart Basic" wizard in NetBeans IDE now uses the "navdrawer" template. Read about that here. Some parts of the MOOC have been updated so that, especially at the start of the MOOC, you're not confused about the difference in the code you'll see being generated when you work through the tasks and the code you'll see in the YouTube clips. In Lesson 1, part 1, 7, 8, and 9 have all been reworked a bit, so that you see "navdrawer" code in the YouTube clips, in most cases. However, the code on GitHub continues to use the earlier templates and so on, so that, if you want to have the old structure and so on, in case you want that for reference or to understand something you're seeing in the YouTube clips, just use the code in the GitHub repos.

        • NetBeans IDE 8.2. NetBeans IDE itself has seen a new release since the initial release of the MOOC. In most of the MOOC, NetBeans IDE 8.1 is used, though in some of the updated parts, the latest release, which is NetBeans IDE 8.2 is used. The only difference is that in NetBeans IDE 8.2, you do NOT need to install the Oracle JET Support plugin, since that is now a standard part of NetBeans IDE. If you are using NetBeans IDE 8.2, do NOT go to the Plugin Manager and do NOT search for the Oracle JET Support plugin. Instead, simply use the "Oracle JET QuickStart Basic" template in "Samples | HTML5/JavaScript", which you will immediately find to be available.

        • Hybrid Oracle JET Generator for NetBeans IDE. The generator in NetBeans IDE for hybrid mobile applications, which is used in Lesson 2, Part 10, has been rewritten. That part of the MOOC will be updated during this week. Read about the changed generator here.

        • Samples on GitHub. There are several new and updated samples in the Oracle JET MOOC GitHub repository. For example, Part-001 now contains all the code shown in the related YouTube clip, Part-012 contains a lot more data visualization samples, including usage of ojThematicMap, Part-014 contains the complete MovieFactory sample, Part-021 contains all the composite components from the Oracle JET Cookbook, and Part-022 includes samples for integrating with the Application Container Cloud.
        Some other parts of the Oracle JET MOOC may be changed/updated during the coming weeks, though the above points are the main areas where the differences lie between the original MOOC as published in August and the current status of Oracle JET and the MOOC itself.

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        This year's conference keynote will be Neil Sholay, Oracle Vice President Digital Business, EMEA, who will be speaking on Data Driven Business. Also on the educational agenda will be further Oracle keynotes and the following SOA content.

        Application Container Cloud Service: Backend Integration Using Node.js

        Mr Maarten Smeets

        How SOA CS is Being Used by an End User Organisation & the Lessons & Benefits Learnt

        Mr Phil Wilkins

        Handling Large File With Managed File Transfer & Oracle's Cloud Services

        Dr Robert van Mölken

        Getting the Most Out of Oracle Service Bus – 10 Things you Should do & Shouldn’t do

        Dr Paddy Spencer

        Software Development Lifecycle Management for Cloud & On-premise FMW Applications

        Mr Bruno Alves

        Empower Your Business Owners With Integration Analytics and Real-Time Insight

        Ms Simone Geib

        Experiences at CIMA Implementing the UK's 1st Production SOA Cloud Service

        Mr Kiran Tailor

        Help! What Integration Solution is Best for me?

        Mr Ronald van Luttikhuizen

        For details please visit the registration page 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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        Sometimes my job has a aspect making me smile at the end of the day I sat together with Johannes Ahrends during a talk at the OUGN Conference on the boat from Oslo towards Kiel. And we were discussing afterwards why there's no official way to limit the number of PDBs which will be essential for customers wanting to... [Read More]

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        I saw Stephen's example of checking reserved words in the database from Vertan's day and figured I'd do the same in SQLcl. #595 #plsql Is it a reserved word? PL/SQL procedure to help you sort that out. Dyn PLSQL example! @oraclelivesql https://t.co/M10kVnsQ3y pic.twitter.com/XFFHOVzNCK — Steven Feuerstein... [Read More]

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        Webcast_icon.jpgOracle VCP 12.2.6 Enhancements Part 2 of 2 - User Interface

        Date: November 30, 2016 at 11:00 am ET, 8:00 am PT, 3:00 pm GMT, 8:30 pm, India Time (Mumbai)


        This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for technical users, functional users, and professionals looking to advance and expand their VCP knowledge in VCP 12.2.6 release with the new features in ASCP and SPP User Interface.

        Topics will include:

        • Introduction of New UI enhancements in ASCP
        • Demonstration
        • Question and Answer

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      • 11/14/16--23:37: Oracle MAF 2.3.3 released
      • MAF 2.3.3 release is now available on OTN and from JDev update center. This is a minor release with focus on bug fixes. It includes:
        1. XCode 8 support : XCode 8 is required for iOS deployment starting with this release. Please refer to the migration instructions for steps to maintaining XCode 7 and 8 environments on your Mac.
        2. Performance improvements
        3. Over 150 bug fixes

        For more details please check out the release page on OTN.  


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