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Oracle: Architect Community Newsletter Best of 2016
past is prologue," proclaimed a rather well-known 17th century
playwright. And that is certainly true of software development and
enterprise IT. This edition of the newsletter looks back at the best of
2016, at content that drew the most attention from you, the members of the
OTN architect/devloper community.
Note: The Oracle Code event
series mentioned last month becomes a reality in 2017, with the Oracle Code
San Francisco on March 1st, and Oracle Code New York on March 21st. The
Call for Papers for the San Francisco event is now open, closing on January
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Rhubart, Manager, OTN Architect/Middleware Community
in February 2016, the #1 article for 2016 was written by Oracle ACE
Associate Sandra Flores, a SOA architect. The article presents an
illustrated overview of the 12.2.1 release of Oracle SOA Suite. Read the article.
the #2 position, this 4-part article series by Oracle ACE Director Joel
Perez and ACE Arturo Viveros was published in January 2016. Written for
architects and IT managers, the article addresses both cloud-to-cloud and
cloud-to-on-prem integration. Read the article.
The article in the #3 position for 2016 is actually a sample
chapter from Oracle
SOA Suite 12c Administrator's Guide (2015, Packt Publishing),
written by Arun Pareek, Oracle ACE Ahmed Aboulnaga, and ACE Associate
Harold Dost. Read the article.
Whether you’re an active Oracle user group member, or just
pressing your face against the window wondering what’s going on, you’ll
want to listen to this April 2016 podcast that explores the user group
experience from the unique perspectives of four people whose
participation has evolved from that of noobie members to leadership roles
within their respective organizations. Listen to the podcast.
Coming in at #2, this March 2016 podcast features Oracle ACE
Director Cameron Lackpour, ACEs John Booth and Tim German, and colleagues
Martin Neulip and Mike Nader, respectively the editor and contributing
authors of Developing
Essbase Applications: Hybrid Techniques and Practices (2015,
CRC Press). Listen to the podcast.
The #3 most-downloaded podcast for 2016 was published in
March, and features a discussion with Arun Pareek, Oracle ACE Ahmed
Aboulnaga, and ACE Associate Harold Dost, the people responsible for the
#3 most-read article for 2016. Listen to the podcast.
The most-watched video for 2016 is this interview with Shay
Shmeltzer, director of product management for Oracle mobile and
development tools. Published in February, the video features a discussion
of Oracle ADF, MAF, and JET, and reveals how Shay responds to people who
ask, "What framework should I use?" Watch the video.
The #2 video for 2016, published in March, features Vikas
Anand (Senior Director, Product Management, Oracle SOA Suite/Integration
Cloud Service) and Ram Menon (Product Manager, Oracle Integration Cloud
Service) in a discussion about meeting SOA and integration challenges
on-prem and in the cloud. Watch the video.
The #3 most-watched video, also published in March, is a
video replay of Oracle ACE Director Lonneke Dikmans's session in
Middleware track of the OTN Virtual Technology Summit event held that
same month. Watch the video.
This release includes Express API, which allows you to
design and author APIs in less than 5 minutes without writing any code,
Zero footprint Enterprise SSO, and SMS notifications for engaging
customers in Apps. Learn more.
This cumulative bundle patch includes all fixes released in
previous EBS 12.2.5 bundle patches. It includes fixes for formatting
issues with email notifications after 12.2.5 upgrade, and for improper
rendering of right-to-left language sessions in Internet Explorer when
default browser language is set as Arabic. Learn more.
The Oracle Cloud Day series of live events features keynotes
from Oracle Cloud executives and guest speakers, followed by individual
sessions geared toward developers and IT managers, as well as business
managers. Events are scheduled in cities around the globe. Click here for more
Coming to 20 cities globally, Oracle Code is an event for
developers building modern Web, mobile, enterprise and cloud-native
applications. These events will focus on the latest software developer
technologies, practices and trends, including: Containers, Microservices/APIs,
& DevOps; Databases; Open Source Technologies; Development Tools
& Low Code Platforms; Machine Learning, Chatbots & AI. Dec 5-7, 2016. Birmingham, UK.
Click here for more