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clip_image002Find out how Oracle Mobile Cloud Service provides all the services your mobile app needs, including storage, push notifications, user management, and offline data synchronization. Watch and learn how Oracle Mobile Cloud Service helps you sketch out the API you need, create a mobile backend that contains all the services your mobile app requires (like notifications, storage, user management, and offline synchronization), then monitor the health of your mobile backend through real-time diagnostics.

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Oracle Mobile Cloud Service provides the services you need to develop a comprehensive strategy for mobile app development and delivery. It provides everything you need to establish an enterprise mobile strategy using innovative, persona-based tools and services. Designed to accelerate agility, speed time to market and simplify enterprise mobility while reducing costs, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service helps developers define mobile APIs and build mobile apps that connect to enterprise systems quickly and securely. It provides line of business managers with the deep analytics needed to make smart, data-driven decisions.  As one of Oracle’s premier Cloud Platform services, Oracle MCS links mobile developers with enterprise data sources and empowers them to create engaging mobile experiences in a simple, intuitive manner.
For further details, visit  Oracle Mobile Cloud Service: cloud.oracle.com/mobile
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clip_image001Enterprise Mobility delivers the most advanced solution for developing and securing mobile applications, data and cloud-based services. It is critical for enterprises to ensure that users are connected via any device to enterprise applications. Oracle Enterprise Mobility addresses this challenge by allowing developers to create more compelling user experiences and deliver them securely to mobile devices.

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clip_image001Previously I wrote an article about 5 tools to help you write better java code which helped to improve our code but also our productivity. At IDR Solutions we are always looking at ways to improve our code and lately we have been looking at improving our java code in our PDF to HTML5 Converter and Java PDF Library and I noticed that recently one of the areas of focus as been on improving and Java Performance.

In this article I will be taking a look at 9 tools to help you with Java Performance Tuning, some are used by us at IDR Solutions and others that we may use for personal projects.

NetBeans Profiler

The NetBeans profiler is a modular add on which is used to provide the profiling functionality for the NetBeans IDE, which is an open-source integrated development environment. NetBeans IDE supports development of all Java application types (Java SE (including JavaFX), Java ME, web, EJB and mobile applications) out of the box.

This profiler includes functions such as CPU, memory and threads profiling but also provides additional tools and functionality for basic JVM monitoring, which is extremely useful for developers who need to solve memory or performance-related issues. Read the complete article here.

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clip_image002[4]The Internet of Things (IoT) is all the buzz in the consumer space. Whether your clock tells your coffee maker to start, an alert that a meeting is delayed automatically figures out a new time to adjust your alarm, or your phone controlling both access and the temperature of your house, the idea of everything being connected is here to stay. But, what does it mean for the enterprise?

Whether you are new to IoT or been working in the space for years, come to the hackathon in Utrecht this September and prove an Enterprise IoT concept. If you’ve been thinking about how IoT will affect your product or domain, this is the time to act on it. You just need to bring the ideas and do a little bit of homework. We’ll provide some experienced mentors to help you as you realize your concept in a few short days.

Luc’s latest articles on IoT:

IoT Hackathon Part I : Setting up your Raspberry Pi
IoT Hackathon Part II : Overview of Grove Pi sensors

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