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Posted: September 1, 2016 in Community
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WebLogic Server Multitenancy and Partition Isolation Written in response to a question from the audience Q&A during the OTN Virtual Technology Summit event on March 8, 2016, this article by Tim Quinn, WebLogic Server Technical Lead, explores how you can use the multi-tenancy features In WebLogic 12.2.1 to optimize domain sharing or isolation. Read the article.

Video: Oracle ADF, MAF, and JET: What Framework is Right for You? If you want to build something, you need the right tools. If you want to develop software, you need the right development framework. In this OTN TechCast, Shay Shmeltzer, director of product management for mobile and development tools, discusses Oracle ADF, MAF, and JET, and reveals how he responds to people who ask, "What framework should I use?" Watch the video.

PCS, MCS and MAF Integration Ruben Rodriguez Santiago’s article presents a use case that demonstrates how you can use Oracle Process Cloud Service, Mobile Cloud Service, and Mobile Application Framework can be used together to expose an Oracle PCS process instance as a web service and call it from an external system, web application, or mobile application. Read the article.

Oracle MAF 2.3 Does Windows! Oracle Mobile Application Framework 2.3, now available on OTN, is a major update, coming less than 6 months after the last major release. This release offers several new features, including Windows support. Get the details.

New AMPA 12.2.1 Release On the heels of the release of Oracle MAF 2.3 comes news of the release of a new version of the A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator (AMPA) — and the announcement the AMPA will be productized by Oracle and integrated with the next version of MAF. Get the details.

Module System in JDK 9 The module system was integrated into JDK 9 and is now available for testing in early-access builds. You can now download and test the Early Access builds

Java SE 8u77 Released The Java SE 8u77 release is now available for download. This release is based on the earlier 8u74 PSU release. All users of earlier JDK 8 releases should update to this release

Chef and Puppet Samples on Github These modules allow you install WebLogic together with Fusion Middleware on any Linux, Solaris or Windows host

Java 8 Certification Prepare to upgrade to the next level of Java SE 8. Learn more about recommended training and practice exams for upgrading Java SE 7 and prior versions to Java SE 8 Oracle Certified Professional.

Build Mobile Device Apps with Java The new version of Oracle Mobile Application Framework adds support for Windows 10 devices, allowing you to develop a single application that will run on all three major mobile OSs.

Download NetBeans with Early Java 9 Build The NetBeans team created an early and experimental tool available to get you started with JDK 9 and Jigsaw. Documentation, support and tools are available at NetBeans.org

OTN’s Virtual Technology Summit Online, Replay Learn from Java Champions and Oracle engineers, as they share their insights and expertise through hands-on-labs, highly technical presentations, and demos.

Java Dependency Management with Maven Learn how to take advantage of Maven to automate the development lifecycle and the management of Java dependencies.

CompletableFuture for Asynchronous Programming in Java 8 New, elegant ways to process data asynchronously

Docker for Repeatable Builds Learn how to create reliable, fast and repeatable builds.

NetBeans Java EE Tip #6: Create WebSocket Endpoint To utilize WebSockets, create an endpoint to which the client can connect

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