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    Introduction

    This post focuses on the creation, configuration and tuning of an initial SOA Suite 12.2.1.1.0 Domain.

    The WebLogic Server is a necessary requirement, and must already be installed. For instruction how to install the WebLogic Server 12.2.1.1 please refer to my previous post:  WebLogic Server 12.2.1.1.0: Installation on the Linux OS

    The following tasks will be implemented:

    • Preparing the Operating System for the installation of the WebLogic Server 12.2.1.1, Installation JDK 1.8 and the WebLogic Server 12.2.1.1: WebLogic Server 12.2.1.1.0: Installation on the Linux OS
    • Creating of database schemas
    • Creating a SOA Suite Domain
    • Post-Installation Tasks:
      • Configuring of components
      • Creating of Start & Stop scripts for the automatic start/stop of components
    • SOA Suite Domain Tuning and Troubleshooting

    The SOA/OSB Domain will be installed without BAM (different Domain) because of:

    –    Oracle Best Practices and our experience

    –    In order to stabilize the system (BAM is unstable at the moment)

    The Domain will be created on two servers (OS OEL 6.7):

    • host01.example.com
    • host02.example.com

    We will configure four clusters:

    • OWSM Cluster (Oracle Web Services Management)
    • ESS Cluster (Enterprise Scheduler Services)
    • SOA Cluster
    • OSB Cluster (Oracle Service Bus)
    Installation SOA / OSB 12.2.1.1 read the complete article here.

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    My colleague Rohit Dhamija made a handy app (and successfully demoed it at NetBeans Day India a week ago) for those who don't know where they are, in the world. Just open the app and click "Locate Me!" and the app will find you and show you exactly where you are, including a nice animation as you are zoomed in from a world map right down to the exact spot where you're found, with this result, in my case, in Istanbul:

    The view is as follows:

    <button id="button"
            data-bind="click: buttonClick, 
                       ojComponent: { 
                           component: 'ojButton', 
                           label: 'Locate Me!' 
                       }">
    </button>
    <div id="map_canvas" 
        style="width:300px;height:400px;background:yellow">
    </div>

    And the viewModel: 

    define(['ojs/ojcore', 'knockout', 'jquery'],
            function (oj, ko, $, app) {
                function DashboardViewModel() {
                    var self = this;
                    var latitude = 12.9418673;
                    var longitude = 77.6886684;
                    function onLocationSuccess(location) {
                        console.log(location);
                        latitude = location.latLng.lat;
                        longitude = location.latLng.lng;
                        console.log(latitude);
                        console.log(longitude);
                    }
                    function onLocationError(error_msg) {
                        alert(error_msg);
                    }
                    function onMapReady(map)
                    {
                        console.log("onMapReady");
                        var option = {
                            enableHighAccuracy: true      // Force GPS
                        };
                        map.getMyLocation(option, onLocationSuccess, onLocationError);
                    }
                    function onDeviceReady() {
                        console.log("ondeviceready");
                        var map = plugin.google.maps.Map.getMap(map_canvas);
                        map.addEventListener(plugin.google.maps.event.MAP_READY, onMapReady);
                    }
                    self.buttonClick = function (data, event) {
                        var map = plugin.google.maps.Map.getMap(map_canvas);
                        map.addEventListener(plugin.google.maps.event.MAP_READY, locateMe);
                    };
                    function locateMe(map) {
                        console.log("map is ready.");
                        var LOCATION = {"lat": latitude, "lng": longitude};
                        // Move to the position with animation
                        map.animateCamera({
                            'target': LOCATION,
                            'zoom': 17,
                            'tilt': 60,
                            'bearing': 140,
                            'duration': 9000
                        }, function () {
                            console.log("animation is done");
                            // Add a maker
                            map.addMarker({
                                position: {lat: latitude, lng: longitude},
                                title: "You are here!",
                                snippet: "("+latitude + "/" + longitude+")",
                                animation: plugin.google.maps.Animation.BOUNCE
                            }, function (marker) {
                                console.log("adding marker");
                                // Show the info window
                                marker.showInfoWindow();
                                // Catch the click event
                                marker.on(plugin.google.maps.event.INFO_CLICK, function () {
                                });
                            });
                        });
                    }
                    self.handleAttached = function (info) {
                        document.addEventListener('deviceready', onDeviceReady);
                    };
                    self.handleDetached = function (info) {
                        document.removeEventListener('deviceready', onDeviceReady);
                    };
                }
                return new DashboardViewModel();
            }
    );
    

    You need to include "cordova-plugin-googlemaps" to provide the Google Maps functionality implemented above:

    https://github.com/mapsplugin/cordova-plugin-googlemaps


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  • 05/07/17--00:07: JET Online Training Course
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    In this three week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) you will learn how to:

    · Apply basic JET principles to create Oracle JET application including JET modules, layouts and components

    · Apply more advanced JET functionality, including navigation, routing, validation, layouts, and responsive design.

    · Create hybrid mobile applications with Cordova in combination with Oracle JET.

    · Integrate with the world outside Oracle JET, e.g., JQuery components and the Oracle Cloud.

    · Deal with the remaining enterprise-level challenges, i.e., internationalization, accessibility, and security. Attend the JET training here.

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    For regular information 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.

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    image1. Overview

    Rubicon Red MyST delivers automated platform provisioning and continuous delivery for Oracle Middleware, enabling users to deliver a consistent and reliable platform in minutes.

    MyST also provides infrastructure independence; enabling customers to deploy consistent middleware platforms across all infrastructure types: on-premise and various cloud providers including Oracle and Amazon Web Services (AWS).

    In this post we will show how to provision an Oracle SOA Suite environment within minutes on AWS.

    If you want to use an AWS Oracle RDS instance, you can follow the instructions in this post: http://blog.rubiconred.com/configuring-amazon-rds-as-the-oracle-soa-suite-database/ .

    Alternatively, you can provision against an Oracle database running on an AWS EC2 instance.

    We will provision the following, using the standards defined in the Oracle Enterprise Deployment Guide (EDG):

    • A two node cluster environment
    • OFMW Components: SOA, OSB, WSM, BPM, OHS

    We will use MyST Studio to:

    • Discover the AWS resources, and define our Infrastructure Provider
    • Define the Platform Blueprint
    • Define the Platform Model
    • Provision two EC2 instances On-Demand
    • Provision Oracle Fusion Middleware:
      • Install the required binaries
      • Run RCU to create the database objects against RDS
      • Create the WebLogic Domain
      • Apply the Oracle EDG recommended configurations, which is a MyST knowledge module

    2. AWS Configuration Prerequisites

    Security Groups:

    A security group allows us to control access to specific inbound/outbound ports, as well as restrict access based on source address.

    The following table details the Security groups we are using for the purpose of this blog post: Read the complete article here.

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    When you're running a Cordova build, at some point an attempt may be made to download a whole Gradle ZIP file, which could take a while or could be problematic when you're doing your build offline.

    Here's advice that can help:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/29874564/ionic-build-android-error-when-download-gradle

    The relevant file is this one, below, "GradleBuilder.js": 

    In there, on line 190 or so, you'll find this:

    var distributionUrl = process.env['CORDOVA_ANDROID_GRADLE_DISTRIBUTION_URL'] || 'https\\://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-2.14.1-all.zip'; 

    Change that to the following:

    var distributionUrl = '../gradle-2.14.1-all.zip';

    ...and put the ZIP file in the following location: hybrid\platforms\android\gradle\gradle-2.14.1-all.zip

    Now, your local ZIP file will be used, and no attempt will be made to download it during the Cordova build. 


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    ·Tracking JUnit Test Results in Developer Cloud ServiceBased on a a simple JPA based project which uses an in-memory Derby database to execute JUnit tests, Abhishek Gupta shows you how to set up the source code in your Developer Cloud service instance Git repository, configure the build process along with the JUnit test related actions, and execute the build and track the test results. Read the article

    ·Creating an Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service App Based on Oracle ADF Business ComponentsThis blog post and video demo from product manager Shay Shmeltzer shows you how you can reuse the logic in Oracle ADF Business Component to build a JET based UI on top of them in a declarative way with Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service. Read the article.

    ·Video: RESTful APIs and Oracle MAX: Enabling Codeless Mobile DevelopmentWant to learn how to create a RESTful API in Oracle Mobile Cloud Service using the new Express API feature? This demo by Geoffrey Poremba, senior principal product manager for the Oracle Mobile Platform, was originally presented as part of a DZone webcast. Watch the video.

    ·Oracle Application Framework 12.2.4 Update 13 Now AvailableThe latest in a series of Oracle Application Framework updates since the release of Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 in 2013 fixes performance, security, and stability issues. Learn more.

    ·COLLABORATE 17 Learn from Oracle ACEs and industry leaders in a vast selection of sessions covering key topics and technologies. April 2-6, 2017, Las Vegas, NV Click here for more information.

    · Rogers Group Inc. Mobilizes Oracle Forms & E-Business Suite (link)

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    imageIntroduction

    At my current project incoming data files, located at a third party FTP server, have to be read using SFTP.
    Despite of several blog posts and the FTP Adapter documentation of Oracle, it took us a full day to get a working SFTP configuration. I use this blogpost to document this for myself in case I have to do it again, and for others who need to do (about) the same.
    Prerequisite

    First of all start with ensuring that no firewall is blocking traffic from the weblogic server to the FTP server using the specified SFTP port (default this is 22). On a linux (or unix) server you can verify this by opening a command prompt on the weblogic server (eg. with Putty) and use command “ssh “.

    SFTP Configuration

    Two configuration steps are required now:
    A. Create a private and public key file
    B. Add a FTP Adapter Outbound Configuration for SFTP

    A. Create a private and public key file (linux/unix):

    1. Log in with a command prompt as the oracle user (the user under which weblogic runs) on the weblogic server
    2. Navigate to the .ssh directory under the user home directory: cd ~/.ssh
    3. Generate a public and private key with ssh-keygen (and accept defaults): ssh-keygen (4 x Enter).
      Two files are created: id_rsa and id_rsa.pub
    4. Add the public key to the ‘autorized keys’: cat id_rsa.pub >> authorized_keys

    In a production environment these files should be write protected (even for the oracle account itself).

    B. Add a FTP Adapter Outbound Configuration for SFTP:

      1. Log in with admin privileges on the weblogic console
      2. Click on “Deployments” (second item in menu on left side of page)
      3. Search in the list of deployments for the “FtpAdapter” (you may have to navigate to the next page with “Next”) and click on its name (it’s a link):        (hint: Customize this table -> Number of rows 100 -> Apply) Read the complete article here.

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    The May edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

    · Presentations & announcements from the PaaS Partner Community Forum 2017

    · PaaS free trial services for partners

    · SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast May 23rd 2017

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    This is another short worked-example of something that we've seen used in customizations and extensions. In this use-case the new functionality requires a reference configuration value (or values) to be set by an administrator. This value is then retrieved in code as required. Examples include integrated system connection information stored as Third Party Application entries under Setup and Maintenance - Topology, and reference data stored as rows in special configuration Custom Objects.

    In this simplified example we'll store values for commission rates. We'll then use them in a custom field to display the prospective bonus for the sales person on each lead.

    First we setup a new profile using the Manage Profile Options task under Setup and Maintenance. We enter a unique name and ensure the Application and Module values match the intended usage, else the value will always return null. 

    In this example we want a static default commission rate, plus the option to add user specific values for our best sales people. As such we configure the profile to support two levels; SITE values that apply for everyone, plus USER values that can supersede them. Once saved we can then get our administrator (or sales manager) to add the actual rates as profile values.  


    Next under Application Composer we add a Potential Bonus custom field to the Sales Lead object. This is a Number Formula field using the following to multiply the Deal Amount field value by the profile value:

    def val = nvl(DealAmount,0)
    import oracle.apps.fnd.applcore.Profile
    def prf = nvl(Profile.get("XX_REWARD_RATES"),0)
    def result = val * prf
    return result

    This Potential Bonus field is then displayed on the Page Layout for users to see, and hopefully motivate them to sell more.

    As you may note from the final value above, it used a reward rate of 0.7 from the USER level (since they are jjefferson), whereas if this was unset then it would have used the default SITE level value of 0.2. If profile values are changed then the new value will be used when the user next logs back in.


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    After tip #1, last week, there's the inevitable tip #2, and the plan is to have another quick tip like this every week. If anyone out there has similar tips to these to share, i.e., handy insights into NetBeans that can be explained in a few minutes, let me know. No worries, though, I have a long list, enough for several months, in fact!

    Drum roll... two minute NetBeans tips, part 2 (which turns out to be 4 minutes in length):

    Direct link to the above: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnsYlxP0UWE


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    Oracle API Platform Cloud Service provides a foundation for Digital Transformation through the first API Management offering that comprises the full API Lifecycle. Encompassing the complete API continuum from API Design & Standardization via Apiary’s trusted API Design & Documentation Platform through to API Security, Discovery & Consumption, Monetization, and Analysis, the API Platform Cloud Service provides a completely new, simplified API management user experience on top of a proven API gateway.

    It is easy for an organization to eliminate the challenges associated with traditional API management with the API Platform Cloud Service. Teams have the agility provided by Apiary to collaborate on design specs quickly, developing front- and back-end services in parallel, achieving visibility into API use for better control and monetization of digital assets, as well as the assurance that their APIs are secured against unauthorized users and potential attacks.

    The primary benefits of Oracle API Platform Cloud Service are:

    Design:

    Define how an API will look, then create its stub implementation and verify it with stakeholders. Build the API implementation according to the API design that was created, and the API implementation will be automatically tested against its design so that everyone will know that it’s living up to the agreed-upon contract.

    Agility:

    Quickly change APIs and their policies to enable rapid introduction or modification of services or applications. The Apiary integrated mock server enables the testing of API prototypes to ensure accurate development anddeployment of APIs, as well as the ability of the front-end and back-end developers to attack it in parallel. Standardization of API management and interactive automated documentation ensures ease of use for application integration developers assembling APIs.

    Security:

    Ensure only approved consumers can access the right API resources. Integrated Oracle Identity Management protects your infrastructure from potential attacks

    Visibility:

    Without centralized API management, understanding the flow of data to and from your applications and services is exceedingly difficult due to the multitude of platforms and tools. API Platform Cloud Service provides a single view of all of the operational flow of API data, as well as the conversion of the operational flow into a business context aligned with key performance indicators (KPIs).

    Click here for a light hearted video -

    For additional information view the Oracle APIP Page on Cloud.Oracle.com



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    We are pleased to announce that Release 12.1 HRMS RUP10 has been released!

    Patch number: Patch 25026041*


    We would like to make you aware of several important points.

    Release Notes on My Oracle Support for full details:

    Document 2233823.1 - Oracle Human Resources Management Systems Readme, HRMS Release Update Pack 10 for Release 12.1***

    Document 2233847.1 - Oracle HRMS for Americas Release Notes, Release 12.1 HRMS RUP10

    Document 2233833.1 - Oracle Payroll Release Notes for Release 12.1 HRMS RUP10

    Document 2233906.1 - Known Issues on Top of Patch 25026041 - R12.HR_PF.B.DELTA.10 (HRMS 12.1 RUP10)

    ***Please consult the Oracle Human Resources Management Systems Readme for links to other HRMS product Release Notes, if required.

    Lifetime Support Policy: Coverage for Applications

    Important Reminder: Please pay attention to the Oracle E-Business Suite Support dates for your point release. There is an FAQ available for all E-Business Suite customers which contains critical information as to when regulatory/statutory support ends on Release 12.1 and 12.2 plus other details that should help Americas Payroll customers with planning any upgrade activities. Please consult the following documents on My Oracle Support for complete details.

    Oracle HRMS Product Family Information

    For the latest Oracle HRMS Product Family - Release 11i and 12 Information, please see My Oracle Support Knowledge Document 135266.1

    This page contains important information including:

    • High Priority Alerts
    • Mandatory Patches
    • Family Packs and Minipacks
    • Latest Legislative Data - hrglobal.drv
    • Maintenance Pack Information

    For high priority alert updates impacting Oracle EBS North American HRMS customers on all supported releases (11i, 12.1.x and 12.2.x), see My Oracle Support Knowledge Document 404478.1

    HCM Payroll Mandatory & Recommended Patch Information

    • Oracle E-Business Suite HCM Information Center - Consolidated HRMS Mandatory Patch List (Doc ID 1160507.1)
    • For the complete R12.1.x Oracle US HR Recommended Patch List, see My Oracle Support Knowledge Document 860517.1
    • For the complete R12.2.x Oracle US HR Recommended Patch List, see My Oracle Support Knowledge Document 1909548.1

    If you experience any issues with this patch, please log a Service Request using My Oracle Support.


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  • 05/08/17--23:03: Why API Management Matters
  • The world is moving quickly, and since most of us can’t tell the future, it is tough to know which trends to invest in. It seems like fads are coming and going, with enterprise tech riding wave after wave of the newest thing. It’s true, being a tech soothsayer is hard, but it’s also true that APIs have proven their value for a while now.

    Although we as consumers lean heavily on the conveniences that APIs make possible (ever been told you should leave for the gym because traffic is building up? I have. That’s helpful. Also, touché.), we rarely think about what makes modern conveniences possible. Is it a pattern of behavior? Cookies? Geofencing? Well, yes. APIs make it possible for apps, and by extension, devices, to communicate and to make life incrementally easier without making you creeped out enough that you delete whichever app is providing the convenience. APIs are the basis for the digital economy, and as their numbers grow, API management is becoming increasingly critical.

    API management is the process of managing an API through its entire lifecycle, from initial design through to retirement. Critical aspects of the management cycle include:

    • the design and development of an initial contract
    • the ability to conform with the organization’s style guide
    • the consumption of an API by applications
    • the deployment of a gateway where it makes sense to do so
    • the publication of an API to a central repository, whether it’s meant for public or private use
    • the ability to consume APIs that have already been developed and apply security policies that work

    Oracle API Platform Cloud Service is the marriage of the Oracle’s lightweight API Management solution with the clean API design and standardization provided by Apiary, all running on Oracle’s trusted gateways. The result is an incredibly unique and comprehensive API management tool that is cloud-agnostic and with gateways that can be deployed on-premises, in Oracle Public Cloud, or on any third party Cloud.

    As companies decide to move toward a microservices architecture, APIs enable the transition. The ability to write code blocks in whichever language the team decides while making the API available to an internal marketplace is smart. It allows a team of developers in the greater ecosystem whose stake in the continued growth of a company may be ill defined, may have a stake in monetizing an API use case. The ability to grant external developers and partners access to data locked behind firewalls, inside applications, and within data stores, enables the power of a larger community to innovate and develop new monetization strategies. As the community leveraging an inventory of APIs grows, the value of an easily understood style guide and seamless interactive documentation like Oracle Apiary provides is paramount to ensure that users understand quickly and can use it more effectively

    APIs also enable multi-channel experiences for users. Consumers have come to expect that access in one area – say, on their mobile phone - will be reflected in an improved experience in another, say a website or in-person visit. APIs enable developers to standardize and simplify access to data across all channels and applies to both internal stakeholders accessing corporate data and externally published APIs that allow customers to access their information seamlessly. To this end, the Oracle API Platform allows teams to fulfill project demands faster by being able to collaborate on design and development in parallel with other teams. Not only is initial prototyping done more quickly using Apiary’s mock server, parallel development between front and back-end teams allows faster time to market.

    To find out more about the Oracle API Platform Cloud Service, visit cloud.oracle.com/api-platform or register for our upcoming webcast.


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    The May edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

    · Presentations & announcements from the PaaS Partner Community Forum 2017

    · PaaS free trial services for partners

    · SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast May 23rd 2017

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    Oracle Database Cloud Service provides two offerings, Database as a Service and Database Schema Service. In this example, I will be creating sample business process using Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS) and expose RESTful webservices on the Oracle Database Cloud Service (Oracle Database Cloud - Database Schema Service). PCS will invoke DBaaS over REST API exposed at DBaaS and provides response to the PCS.

    In the following step I have quickly created RESTful service in the DBaaS. In the step 2 I will create PCS application which calls DBaaS REST API to retrieve the results from the database.

    Step 1 - Creating RESTful service using DBaaS.

    Create INTG_TTK table with following details  in the  Oracle Database Cloud - Database Schema Service.

    For the created table, RESTful web service can be created using DBaaS and exposed as REST service.

    In  the DBaaS , navigate to SQL Workshop RESTful services and provide following inputs to expose as service.

    Once the RESTful services are created, it's ready to consume and appear as follows in the DBaaS RESTful services.

    Step 2 - Creating PCS Application and Invoke DBaaS REST service.

    Create PCS application with message type as start and it can be synchronous service. Configure the service task in the application with the above create RESTful service. Here's how it look alike:

    The service task will be configured with REST service and it has to be configured in the PCS connectors.configuration of REST connector in the PCS look alike below.

    Here, In the service task i have configured the REST connector. REST connector can be configured as: Read the complete article here.

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    Notre vie est de plus en plus interconnectée avec nos appareils. Alors que les machines sont de plus en plus intelligentes, l'Internet of Things est appeléàêtre la prochaine grande tendance. On voit naître une nouvelle réalité informatique basée sur des architectures et plateformes technologiques qui contribuent au progrès d'un monde interconnecté. Désormais, le digital n'est plus une fonction à part : c'est une condition sine qua non pour ne pas se laisser distancer. Et c'est vrai pour vous, en tant que partenaire Oracle, comme pour vos clients.

    La révolution digitale métamorphose les différents secteurs. Alors que le prix des technologies de pointe baisse, on assiste à une véritable révolution de l'entreprise et de la société. La transformation digitale gagne tous les secteurs ; les réponses et les rythmes d'adaptation sont divers.

    Une fois ce processus terminé, tous les secteurs en seront au même stade et pourront :

    ·Comprendre et interagir de manière digitale avec la clientèle

    ·Opérer leurs activités sur la base d'informations en temps réel

    ·Continuer à améliorer les tâches des différents postes en augmentant le niveau d'automatisation

    Pour répondre à cette transformation inévitable, bon nombre d'entreprises créent des rôles axés sur le digital ou ajoutent une composante digitale à des rôles préexistants. La liste des fonctions et rôles « digitaux » au sein des entreprises est déjà longue et ne cesse de s'agrandir. En voici quelques exemples :

    ·Stratèges digitaux

    ·Directeurs du service digital

    ·Responsables de l'engagement digital

    ·Responsables de la finance digitale

    ·Responsables du marketing digital

    ·Responsables de la chaîne d'approvisionnement digitale

    Ces postes sont parfois difficiles à pourvoir, tant le paysage des compétences est encore lacunaire. Des études récentes prédisent que certaines de ces lacunes pourraient être comblées par la robotique et l'apprentissage automatique. Les compétences dans les disciplines STIM (science, technologies, ingénierie et mathématiques) sont souvent en ligne de mire. Néanmoins, il manque aux robots deux qualités indispensables pour beaucoup de rôles du marché du travail : la créativité et l'empathie. Les emplois dans les TIC feront face à une grande croissance dans l'analyse des données et le développement de logiciels et d'applications.

    Cette évolution aura à son tour un impact sur un grand nombre de secteurs, y compris celui des services et investissements financiers, des médias, du divertissement, de l'information, de la mobilité et des services professionnels pour lesquels la puissance de calcul et les analyses big-data constituent d'importants moteurs de croissance.

    En revanche, les postes de bureau et d'administration ainsi que ceux du service clientèle sont appelés à se raréfier sur le marché du travail.



    Comment se préparer à la digitalisation ?

    Les développeurs et programmeurs continuent àêtre les principaux acteurs du monde de l'informatique. Parmi les responsables du recrutement, on cite avant tous les compétences en programmation et en développement d'applications comme les aptitudes clés qui seront recherchées dans un avenir proche.

    Internet étant l'outil privilégié qu'utilisent les entreprises pour mettre en relation leurs employés, clients et partenaires, il n'est pas surprenant que les postes ayant trait au développement Web fassent partie des grands gagnants au sein deséquipes IT. Les développeurs Web compétents continuent àêtre plébiscités alors que les entreprises ajoutent les réseaux sociaux et les plateformes mobiles à leur portefeuille.

    Les employeurs attendent des analystes de bases de données qu'ils aient une large palette de compétences. La modélisation de données et la conception de bases de données arrivent en tête de liste, tout comme la capacitéà garantir la performance des bases de données et l'intégrité des données. Tandis que certaines compétences disparaissent de la scène, les aptitudes techniques resteront très demandées dans les années à venir, et ce, dans tous les secteurs.

    Selon les experts en gestion de carrière, c'est le meilleur moment pour les professionnels d'acquérir les compétences dont ils ont besoin pour rendre leur profil plus attrayant. En tant que partenaire Oracle, vous pouvez suivre des formations proposées par Oracle University dans un environnement live, virtuel et digital. Grâce aux solutions de formation telles que la formation à la demande, les classes virtuelles live et les abonnements Oracle Learning Subscriptions, il est facile de s'approprier les compétences les plus recherchées. Découvrez les certifications Oracle les plus demandées pour faire votre choix ! Vous pourrez ainsi créer une base solide pour réussir dans votre processus de digitalisation.

    Pour en savoir plus sur les qualifications et certifications Oracle, consultez la page education.oracle.com.

    Source : Deloitte, Forum économique mondial


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    “I do not want a line break after the and statement.”

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