Content-Based Routing with Integration Cloud Service

Robert van Molken

In my previous article I discussed the fall updates of Integration Cloud Service. One of the features in this update is the possibility for content-based routing within integrations. I came across this feature during UKOUG Tech 15 in the beginning of December. In an two our hands-on lab I had […]

Integration Cloud Service Fall Updates (2015)

Robert van Molken

With the current Cloud strategy that drives Oracle also the release cycle approach has changed. Currently there is a 3 months release cycle for most cloud services. Oracle strives to shrink the release cycle even more in the future. One of these cloud services is the Integration Cloud Service. Between november […]

Oracle and Mobile – an overview

Luc Gorissen 3

  This article had the working title ‘blurred lines’ because I felt that people might be confused about what Oracle offers in the mobile space. However, putting it on the internet with that title is not a good idea, because it would attract lots of people that are looking for […]

Oracle Cloud en de Europese Privacy regels; waar moeten we op letten?

Sander Mastwijk

Als Oracle gebruiker ziet u de mogelijkheden van de Oracle Cloud.  De grote flexibiliteit, de mogelijkheid om capaciteit bij en af te schalen, instant diensten en het maandelijkse verrekenmodel. Alleen al de korte doorlooptijd voor (tijdelijke) omgevingen en de verminderde beheerinspanning kunnen leiden tot een flinke verbetering in efficiëntie. Zo bent u minder bezig met de dagelijkse operatie van […]

Reflections after Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – Infrastructure as a Service – and as a Product – on Compute, Linux, Private Cloud Machine, Storage, Network and more

Lucas Jellema

If you want to be a cloud provider with a complete portfolio, that means you need to offer Infrastructure as a Service. That is where some cloud providers start(ed) – such as Amazon WebServices – and it is where Oracle completes its stack of cloud service offerings. Compute, Storage and […]

Reflections after Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – PaaS Foundation (WebLogic, Coherence, JCS and Application Container Cloud Service)

Lucas Jellema

The foundation for most of the Oracle Public Cloud Platform services is the Java Cloud Service (JCS) that itself is powered by WebLogic Server. The same WebLogic that Oracle customers use as underpinning for their middleware platforms and business applications, either on traditional infrastructure, on the Exalogic engineered system or […]

Oracle OpenWorld 2015: Finally a real Vision and Mission. A pleasant surprise

Robbrecht van Amerongen

For me the 2015 Oracle OpenWorld was a pleasant surprise.  The surprise was not the announcement of an additional set of cloud products like the Identity Cloud or the Application Builder Cloud Service. The biggest surprise was the different tone of voice during the conference. In the past you could […]

First flight into the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service

Emiel Paasschens

Last week I attended the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) track as part of the Oracle Summer Camps in Lisbon. Besides the great location and networking opportunities, it’s was a great learning experience. It turned out it not only was the first MCS training for me, it even was the […]

Oracle Process Cloud – first impressions

Luc Gorissen 1

As of this week, Oracle has released the Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS): https://cloud.oracle.com/process. This PaaS cloud service offers a development platform for implementing business processes. Underpinning technology for this cloud service is the Oracle Fusion Middleware BPM stack. As a result, using the Process Cloud Service should be easy […]

Introducing the Integration Cloud Service

Oracle released some more Cloud offerings and in this article we introduce the Integration Cloud Service. This cloud service lets your organization create integrations between cloud application, but also between cloud and on-premise applications. Create connections to well known and less known SaaS applications using a bunch of cloud adapters, […]

Quick Introduction to Oracle Stream Explorer – Business User friendly processing of real time events

Lucas Jellema 2

The new Oracle Stream Explorer provides us with a [business] user friendly facility to process real time events. Through visually appealing and functionally intuitive web wizards, Stream Explorer has us construct explorations that consume events from streams, process these events through filtering, aggregation, pattern matching and enriching and deliver these […]

The AMIS Summary of Oracle OpenWorld 2013 is available for download – 60-page white paper

Lucas Jellema

Oracle OpenWorld is a monster event – 10Ks of attendees, thousands of sessions and 100Ks of private conversations that all help convey and define the message about Oracle’s strategy and the roadmap for its close to 4000 thousand products. Concurrent with OOW is the JavaOne conference that – at a […]

WebLogic -> FMW Provisioning update

Edwin Biemond

Already a year has passed since I wrote about WebLogic and Fusion Middleware provisioning with Puppet. In this year provisioning got a great boost with the popularity of DevOps and provisioning tools like Puppet, Chef or in combination with Vagrant & Oracle VirtualBox. Provisioning without tooling can be hard for companies when they […]

OOW13: summarizing one week and 2000 sessions in 3 hours and a bit – the yearly AMIS OOW Review session – 10th October

Lucas Jellema

On Thursday 10th of October, the 12 man strong AMIS delegation at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2013 will present its findings in a 3 hour session at AMIS HQ in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. You are welcome to attend this free session (from 16.30 on, food provided). Please register here: http://www.amis.nl/nl-NL/evenementen/technologie-evenementen/oow-review. […]