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jueves, 8 de diciembre de 2016

Oracle Service Bus Internals: Delivered by A-team from SOA Blackbelt Training–Webcast December 15th 2016

Presented by Oracle A-team, Integration Cloud team and Middleworks
Thurs, December 15, 2016 

9:00 am  |  Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco, GMT-08:00)  |  1 hr


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This session will be delivered by Mike Muller of the Oracle A-team, with many years of deep expertise in the Oracle Service Bus. The content comes from the “SOA Blackbelt Training” which was previously used within Oracle to provide deep internal and architectural understanding of components within the SOA Suite, and applies to OSB versions 11g and 12c as well as both cloud and on-premise installations. 

Attendees will receive a highly advanced and deeply technical presentation on some of the nitty-gritty internal details of the Oracle Service Bus and is intended for developers and architects who already have a good understanding of OSB. Trust us, if you are looking for an intro or overview of OSB, this session will not be a good use of your time. But if you want to go from being an experienced OSB developer to the next level, we think this content will be perfect and is only available here. The session is presented by Mike Muller from the  Oracle A-team, with many years of deep expertise with OSB, troubleshooting, putting out customer’s fires and answering technical and architectural questions. Key topics on the agenda include:

  • the service bus threading model
  • weblogic thread management
  • work managers
  • throttling
  • transactions
Planned participants in this session include:
  • Mike Muller from the Oracle A-team, with some of the deepest working knowledge of Oracle Service Bus in the world, delivering OSB internals information from the Oracle internal "SOA Blackbelt Training"
  • David Shaffer of Middleworks, moderating and providing additional resources
  • Kathryn Lustenberger of the Oracle Cloud Integration prod mgmt team
  • We hope to also have OSB engineering representation on the line to help with Q&A
This session will be especially fast, focused and highly technical, when compared against others in this series. All who register will receive invitations to future related events and the ability to access a recording of the webinar and the slides. To access this information for previous webinars, and see the schedule for future webinars, go to