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The OTN Yathra 2013 is taking a group of Oracle ACE Directors across all of India. From New Delhi to Chennai and four cities in between, this AIOUG (All India Oracle User Group) enterprise brings high level Oracle technology content to Oracle developers and database administrators throughout India.
The tour is sponsored by OTN – the Oracle Technoloy Network – and put together by Murali Vallath. At the time of writing, the Yathra has hit Pune, which means that after today we are half way through with Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai still to come.
And so far it has been a great experience, for the presenters and I believe for the attendees as well. From the University sites in New Delhi and Mumbai to the ultra modern office of Oracle Financial Services in Pune, our hosts have been wonderful and the audiences appreciative. It is certainly a great pleasure to be in this traveling circus.
- Edward Roske, USA on ESS Base, Hyperion and many other components in the Oracle Business Intelligence portfolio
- Murali Vallath, India/USA on Database and RAC
- Hans Forbrich, Canada on Oracle Linux, LDAP, Database and several More >
SOA & SOA Suite for Oracle Database Professionals – seminars in Perth and Melbourne and Singapore (November 2009)
Next month, I will visit Australia and Singapore to present on SOA and the Oracle SOA Suite – to Oracle database developers. In this one-day-long seminar, I introduce the key concepts and objectives of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) as well as the Oracle SOA Suite 11g to an audience of database professionals. Whether you are a DBA or a Database Developer, SOA is unavoidable in the coming period. But what (exactly) is it? And how does it impact – positively or negatively – the work and lives of database professionals? What can a database professional do to work well with SOA and the SOA technology once that starts being implemented in her or his organization?
What is at the heart of Oracle SOA Suite 11g: composite applications, BPEL PM, and the mediator. The session shows how SOA services can be leveraged from the database, from triggers, PL/SQL units, or even SQL and how the database can publish events to the event delivery network. It covers how the SOA infrastructure can access the database, primarily using Oracle Database and Oracle Advanced Queueing adapter and how database developers can help in doing so efficiently. It ends with hints for applying SOA concepts to More >