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This FREE workshop provides attendees with hands-on experience on Oracle’s Fusion Middleware Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) Solutions with hands-on labs and demonstrations.

You will start with an Overview of Oracle’s Fusion Middleware Infrastructure and Platform Services. You’ll learn about Public Cloud offerings such as the Oracle’s Java Cloud Service, Storage Service, Developer Service and integration with a Database Service. You will experience the steps necessary to create Java, Storage, Developer and Database Services.

As part of the workshop labs you will check out a Java application from the Developer Service, and load that application into your local JDeveloper/Eclipse IDE. Once you have built your application, you will experience the ease in deploying an application into the Java Cloud and connecting an application to the Database Cloud Service. You will learn how to load external libraries into the Java Cloud Servers before running and testing your application in the Cloud.

During the workshop you’ll also learn various Cloud Operational tasks, such as backing up and restoring your Java Cloud Service, along with Scaling up and down the Servers within the Cloud Platform.

You’ll also discover the differences between JCS-PaaS and JCS-SX.

As an advanced lab you’ll also go through JCS-Coherence Cloud Service, provision such a service and configure some advanced scenarios like Coherence Web, Develop and Deploy a simple GAR application against the JCS-Coherence instance and configure a complex JCS-Coherence – Coherence*Extend environment.

You’ll also discover Messaging Cloud Service in this workshop.

Who Should Attend

  • Java Application Developers
  • Architects

Course Topics

Overview of Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure & Platform Services in the Public Cloud

Create and Explore Java Cloud Services

· Investigate all Platform Services associated with the Java Cloud Service

· Create a Java Cloud Service instance

· Explore Weblogic in the Java Cloud using Enterprise Manager Weblogic Console

· Investigate the Load Balancer using its associated Console

· Connect into the Virtual Image environment on which the Service operates.

Develop and Deploy Application to Java Cloud Service

· Connect SQL Developer to the Database Cloud Service

· Connect JDeveloper (or Eclipse) to the Java Cloud Service

· Explore the Developer Cloud Service Team Development Capabilities

· Checkout Source Code from the Developer Cloud Service into local Development Environment

· Modify the Source Code and check that code back into the Developer Cloud Service

· Build and Deploy a Java Application into the Java Cloud Service

· Run and Test the Deployed Java Application

Perform Operational Cloud Tasks

· Backup the Java Cloud Service Environment

· Restore the Java Cloud Service using the Backup

· Scale up the Java Cloud Service using the Integrate Cloud UI

· Scale down the Java Cloud Service programmatically using the REST API

Advanced JCS Concepts

· Advanced JCS-PaaS – Coherence Cloud Service advanced scenarios including Coherence*Web, Managed Coherence Servers, GAR archives, Coherence*Extend on JCS-Coherence instances

Messaging Cloud Service

· Explore Messaging Cloud Service

For details please visit the registration page here

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clip_image002[I was wondering if I was the only one getting excited about these videos. So I asked my friend Ancy. She took a peak and not only did she like the videos, she wrote up this blog herself!]

In this session, Anand Kothari, Product Manager for Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle JaaS, and Harshad Oak, Oracle ACE Director, demonstrate how you can transform your development experience with Oracle’s Java Cloud. The ease and flexibility of developing in Java Cloud is unmatched, as customers can quickly build and deploy applications—be they existing Java applications, simple extensions to Oracle SaaS services, or new applications on-premise or in the cloud, using tools and techniques developers already use and love.

Oracle’s differentiating factor is that it is one of the only companies that has services across the stack—with the largest breadth of SaaS products—so it is a winning choice for customers who want a single vendor to be able to give them everything they want. Because of this, Oracle can go beyond just spinning up virtual machines, but rather, offer a first-class experience on Database, Java, or any service in the stack, abstracting these services so they are extremely simple to use in the Oracle cloud. Hybrid solutions are also possible, and workloads running in your private cloud can seamlessly be brought onto public and back because the same services are offered in both. And because it is cloud, this enterprise-grade technology comes with all the cloud economics, infinite scale, and capacity. Read the complete article here.

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Oracle’s Java Cloud Service, view how-to’s and get more details about

APIs and specs

 The Java Community Process

 IDE Integration

 Your First JCS project, building with NetBeans

 Webapp structures

 Servlets, Filters and Listeners

 Sharing Data

 JSPs, JSTL and Expression Language

 JSF and Struts

 EJBs (Session Beans)

 Web Services

 much more!

Read the complete article here.

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clip_image002In preparation to one of my DOAG 2014 talks „Java WebApps and Services in Oracle Cloud" I created a new trial account for Oracle Java Cloud Service (http://cloud.oracle.com) two weeks ago. Now was the time to create a RESTful Service and deploy it to the cloud and make it accessible to public. 

Last time I tried the Oracle Cloud I used exclusively JDeveloper, this time I made my experience with Netbeans. From my point of view Netbeans has pretty good support for generating RESTService from Database tables. In a couple of minutes it is possible to create CRUD Operations and make it accesible by a REST endpoint. No matter what content type you prefer, by using JAXB XML and JSON content types are both automatically available.

Prerequites

Step 1: Create an Oracle Java Cloud Service trial account (fee less for 30 days)

Step 2: Download and install Netbeans Version 8.01 (http://www.netbeans.org)

Step 3: Make sure to install the Oracle Cloud plugin (1.5)  in Netbeans

Step 4: Download and Install (just unpack) Oracle Java Cloud  Service – Saas Extension SDK (release 14.1.12.0 Find it here.

Step 5: Next add your Oracle Cloud account as Cloud Provider to Netbeans (Goto „Services" Tab and provide your cloud account details)

Step 6: Add a WebLogic Service Instance under ‚Services Tab’, so you are able to test the RESTService locally prior to deploying to Oracle Cloud. (I am not going into detail in this post for that task)

Step 7: Make sure to deploy your DB Schema objects plus data into Oracle Database Cloud Service (when subscribing to Java Cloud Service you will get the DB Service as well). See in my previous posts for more details.

HowTo develop RESTService with Netbeans

Everything is setup for cloud deployment. Now let’s create a simple REST-Service on top of the HR  DB Tables EMPLOYEES and DEPARTMENTS.

Step 1: Start Netbeans, Create new Project Wizard from Type „Maven / Web Application"

Step 2: Enter your desired groupId, ArtefactId etc. Read the complete article here and get the presentation here.

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The Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum takes place March 3rd & 4th in Budapest Hungary. During this annual conference You as an Oracle Partner can get the latest updates on the Fusion Middleware 12c solutions. “The Cloud Platform for Digital Business” will be the theme of the 20th conference. Keynotes will be delivered from Amit Zavery, Andrew Sutherland and SOA, BPM and Mobile product management including live demos. On the second day you can choose between three tracks: SOA, BPM or WebLogic and Mobile. As part of the WebLogic and Mobile track Cosmin will present:

Java Cloud Service& Developer Cloud Service

Consolidation with multitenancy on Cloud Application Foundation 12cR2 – deep dive

 

Cosmin Tudor

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For details please visit our Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum registration page here.

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Trainer: Trainer: Cosmin Tudor, Oracle

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Agenda Highlights:

Java Cloud Service(Weblogic, Oracle Traffic Director), Developer Cloud Service(GIT, Maven, Hudson,…), Database Cloud Service, OEPE Cloud adapter, Cloud Demos, Cloud Interaction, Documents Cloud Service.

Skill requirements:

Technical Requirements:
Every participant works on his/her own laptop. The minimal hardware requirements are:

  • Laptop 8 GB RAM preferable 16 GB RAM
  • Pentium 4 with dual-core CPU
  • Minimum 40 GB free disk space
  • Please install the most recent Oracle Virtual box
  • Make sure you have administrator rights on your machine

 

For details please visit our Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum Registration page here.

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clip_image002During the Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2015 we offer a hands-on training for Java Cloud and Developer Cloud. The Bootcamp takes place in Budapest Hungary on March 3rd to 6th 2015. Trainer will be Cosmin Tudor from our HQ PTS team. For details please visit our registration page here. Learn more about Java Cloud here.

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