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Learn How to Diagnose System & Application Problems! Take Oracle Solaris 11 Dynamic Tracing Training

Oracle Solaris has a built in dynamic tracing resource known as DTrace.
For advanced system administrators, DTrace gives you an opportunity to:

· Probe into the operating system
· Identify performance issues
· Determine unusual behavior in the software layers

DTrace is ideal for diagnosing system and application problems.

Taking Oracle Solaris 11 Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) training introduces you to Dynamic Tracing so you can learn how to use DTrace Toolkit Scripts and apply best practices. 
Expert Oracle University instructors will guide you through interactive instruction and hands-on exercises. 
You'll also get a chance to dive into DTrace case studies so you can develop a practical understanding of its uses and benefits. 

Enroll in traditional, classroom training, or explore our Live Virtual Class format, where you can take the course in real-time, from anywhere with an internet connection. 

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Oracle acquired Apiary

imageOn January 19, 2017, Oracle announced that it signed an agreement to acquire Apiary, which creates the most comprehensive API Integration Cloud by adding the leading API design and governance solution. The proposed transaction is subject to customary closing conditions. Until the transaction closes, each company will continue to operate independently.

Apiary's pioneering APIFlow solution provides the framework and tools for developing application programming interfaces (APIs) that share enterprise services and data and help create modern, cloud-based applications and experiences. APIFlow spans the API creation lifecycle, including design, governance, testing, and documentation, while supporting API Blueprint and OpenAPI industry standards. Apiary has helped companies create hundreds of thousands of APIs and products that their customers and partners love to use.

Together, Oracle and Apiary will help companies thrive in the digital economy by comprehensively managing connectivity complexity and API proliferation. Oracle's existing API Integration Cloud already enables companies to secure, consume, monetize, and analyze APIs. Apiary provides the front-end solution for designing, creating and governing APIs and the combination will deliver the most complete API creation and management platform in the cloud. Get the detailed presentation here.

miércoles, 22 de febrero de 2017

@EX2outcoding te invita a DEVOPS 2 de marzo 2017

Evento que se celebrará a la hora, en la fecha y ubicación siguientes:
Jueves, 2 de marzo de 2017 desde las 18:30 hasta las 21:00 (hora estándar central hora de Costa Rica)
7mo Piso, Mall Multicentro
Avenida Central, Calle 6
Costa Rica

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Difundir este evento:
            Live Event - DevOps
                               - ¿Qué es una organización DevOps?.
                               - Herramientas para apoyar la transformación.
                                * Receso
                               - Integración continua.
                               - Entrega continua.
                               - Infraestructura como código.

Tendremos cerveza, bocas y refrescos
¡Asegurá tu espacio y registrate hoy mismo!

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Free ebook: Migrating to Microservice Databases: From Relational Monolith to Distributed Data by @yanaga

Code is easy, State is hard. Learning how to deal with your monolithic relational databases in a microservices structure is key to keeping pace in a quickly changing workplace.  There are many approaches and in this book, author Edson Yanaga, takes you through nine different strategies for integrating data from your monolithic application to a microservice architecture.
In this O’Reilly book learn how:
  • zero downtime migrations allow you to deploy new code without disrupting user activity
  • you can evolve your relational database by keeping specific versions of application code and database schemas in the same code repository
  • CRUD pattern and CQRS works and the differences between them—including the consistency models involved in distributed systems
  • to distribute and integrate your relational database into Microservices
Sign in or join now (it’s free) to download the full book.  
Other Download Formats: MOBI | EPUB

Webcast: "Migrating and Managing Customizations for EBS 12.2"

EBS customizationsOracle University has a wealth of free webcasts for Oracle E-Business Suite. If you're looking for an overview of how to manage your customizations when upgrading to EBS 12.2, see:
Migrating and Managing Customizations for Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 (55 minutes)

Have you created custom schemas, personalized or extended your Oracle E-Business Suite environment? Santiago Bastidas, Senior Principal Product Manager, discusses how to select the best upgrade approach for existing customizations. This session will help you understand the new customization standards required by the Edition-Based Redefinition feature of Oracle Database to be compliant with the Online Patching feature of Oracle E-Business Suite. You’ll learn about customization use cases, tools, and technologies you can use to ensure that all your customizations are preserved during and after the upgrade. You’ll also hear about reports you can run before the upgrade to detect and fix your customizations to make them 12.2-compliant. This material was presented at Oracle OpenWorld 2016.

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Reminder: Upgrade Workshops in March! By Roy Swonger-Oracle

Reminder: Upgrade Workshops in March!

Hi Folks! While Mike is out in Vancouver and Calgary this week, I will be delivering upgrade workshops for our public sector customers in Harrisburg and Trenton. But this seemed like a good time to remind everyone about the "Upcoming Events" list in the right sidebar of the blog. You might need to scroll down a bit to see it, but next month we will be running events in

As always we hope to fill the rooms to capacity for these free events, so please register and we hope to see you there!

martes, 21 de febrero de 2017

EMEA: Free Oracle SOA Suite 12c & BPM Suite 12c On-demand Training & Free SOA Partner Community

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Free Oracle SOA Suite 12c & BPM Suite 12c On-demand Training & Free SOA Partner Community

Dear Integration Expert,

We would like to invite you to become hands-on trained in the latest versions of Oracle SOA Suite 12c and BPM Suite 12c – free of charge!

For regular information, including free trainings and free certifications, become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community. Please first login at Oracle Partner Network and then visit SOA Partner Community registration page. If you have any questions, please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Within a week we will process your registration and grant you access to our community workspace, including the community training calendar.

As a SOA Partner Community member, you can access our training calendar for the latest free SOA Suite 12c and BPM Suite 12c on-demand trainings:

BPM Suite 12c Bootcamp
SOA Suite 12c Bootcamp
SOA Suite 12c Bootcamp
BPM Suite 12c Bootcamp
SOA Suite 12c Bootcamp
BPM Suite 12c Bootcamp

For registration and additional trainings, please visit the training calendar here (community membership required).
Best regards,
Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels SOA Team

Jürgen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption
Oracle EMEA
Tel. +49 89 1430 1479
E-Mail: juergen.kress@oracle.com
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Oracle: A New Wave of Mobile Engagement

Recently, we talked about the ascension of chatbots and how to engage mobile customers in both a timely and personalized, manner. However, we have yet to address why either of these topics is, and will continue to be, a driving success factor for both enterprises and small businesses. To say that these advancements are a result of living in a Mobile-First world would be only a partial answer. Mobile phones have been around for decades, and yet only very recently have we started to use chatbots and advanced customer engagement techniques like location targeting in a business setting. What's changed? The answer is that the scale and the technology that surrounds the mobile ecosystem have advanced far enough that its now beneficial, and even necessary, to use these new technologies in order to gain a competitive advantage and achieve a positive ROI. We just published an iPaper that discusses this topic in detail and we encourage you to read it. A brief abstract of the paper is below: 


By 2021, there will be 10 billion connected mobile devices. That will be enough for every man, woman, and child on Earth to have at least one. This explosive mobile growth has created a huge demand for mobile services, and developers have created tons of apps to fill these service needs. As a result, mobile users are now accustomed to accessing services on-demand, from transferring money, to ordering an Uber, to submitting a vacation request through their company's HR app. 

As the on-demand economy scales, customers expect fast and accurate service from their apps. If they don't get it, they simply switch to another app. In this very large, low-entry, hyper-competitive, on-demand market, both small and enterprise-level businesses fight for customer share-of-mind and wallet. Often, the only way these businesses can remain relevant is to create timely and useful "mobile moments" (real-time, intent-driven interactions that require only a glance—yet deliver information users can consume and take action on immediately), either by providing a user with the quickest and most accurate way to consume information (i.e. responding to a query in-app with a chatbot instead of linking to an answer), or by providing a personalized response based on a user's actions (i.e. using location targeting to create a relevant, engaging offer when a user walks into a store.) If certain businesses don't use these new mobile technologies to create and capitalize on mobile moments, they risk losing out to competitors who will gladly step in to fill any on-demand service gap. 

What's made it so easy to compete? Mobile development, testing, and deployment technology has become more powerful and easier to use. With low code and even no-code interfaces, these mobile technologies can help companies build, test, and deploy chatbots, codeless apps, or microsites in minutes using nothing but a browser. These mobile platforms also are built with open standards and with API-First development in mind so creating more robust applications and connecting them to system back-ends becomes easy. In addition, Analytics technology has matured so that businesses now can engage with mobile users on a personal level. Understanding why customers have gone quiet within an app, targeting them, and re-engaging them with personalized information has allowed SMBs to mine the long tail efficiently and to compete alongside enterprises for additional customer share and profit. Increased competition makes using new mobile technologies even more of a necessity for any business that wants to stay ahead. 

Download and read this iPaper, follow us @OracleMobile, and to join the conversation on LinkedIn