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This program was recorded on Wednesday, September 21, 2016, during Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco. “During” is the operative word, since the podcast was actually recorded in my hotel room, several blocks from Moscone Center, where OOW16 was held. The topic was suggested by Oracle ACE and frequent OTN contributor Arturo Viveros, who, along with other panelists, was in town for the big Oracle event. Listen.

The Panelists
Oracle ACE Arturo Viveros
Principal Architect, SYSCO AS, Norway
Oracle ACE Director Ron Batra
Senior Director, Innovation, CTO Office, Equinix, USA
Oracle ACE Director Lonneke Dikmans
Managing Partner, eProseed, Netherlands
Oracle ACE Director Sten Vesterli
Principal, More Than Code, Denmark
Oracle ACE Rolando Carrasco
Co-Owner, SOA Principal Architect, Services & Processes Solutions, Mexico
Oracle ACE Director Ronald van Luttikhuizen
Managing Partner, eProseed, Netherlands
Oracle ACE Director Simon Haslam
Technical Director, Partner, eProseed, UK
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Join the OTN Summits in July to view highly technical demonstrations, presentations, and hands-on labs to help you make the most of the Oracle tools and technologies you use or might use in the future.
The sessions are delivered by Oracle product experts, Oracle ACE’s, and Java Champions who will be online to chat live during the event. There are four tracks, see below for more information and view full agenda here

  • Middleware: The Middleware track focuses on Integration in the Cloud, featuring three sessions presenting different perspectives on Oracle’s Integration Cloud Service (OICS).
  • Java: For the Java track you will learn best practices and platforms for improved development and deployment of Java applications, how to optimize your DevOps practices with practical and proven tactics, and create JavaScript applications leveraging Java EE as the backend.

For details please visit the registration pages here July 12th 2016 or July 13th 2016 or July 14th 2016

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clip_image002What is WebLogic Server Multitenant?

Multi-tenancy (MT) in WebLogic Server (WLS) provides a sharable infrastructure for use by multiple organizations. These organizations are a conceptual grouping of your own choosing, which you can think of as tenants. By allowing one domain to support multiple tenants, WebLogic-MT improves density and achieves a more efficient use of resources.

WebLogic-MT provides resource isolation within a domain partition, an administrative and runtime slice of a WebLogic domain that is dedicated to running application instances and related resources for a tenant. Domain partitions achieve greater density by allowing application instances and related resources to share the domain, WebLogic itself, the Java virtual machine (JVM), and the operating system, while isolating tenant-specific application data, configuration, and runtime traffic. Read more about WebLogic-MT here.

What is Resource Consumption Management?

A premium feature in WebLogic-MT 12.2.1, Resource Consumption Management (RCM) provides resource isolation and tries to ensure that resources are allocated fairly to the partitions. It provides a policy infrastructure to limit usage of the shared resources and take appropriate actions when those specified limits are breached. It can also help maximize resource utilization in consolidated deployments.

Why is RCM important?

As we saw, in WebLogic-MT there can be one or more co-located partitions in a single JVM. When partitions are co-located, they may consume or compete for the low-level resources offered by the OS/JVM. Low-level resources are often limited in nature. The (over-) consumption of these resources by one partition may (adversely) impact the other co-located partitions. Therefore, in WLS-MT, where partitions are co-located, it is important to isolate these partitions and the resources consumed by these partitions.

For example: If there are 100 file-descriptors available on a particular OS running WebLogic-MT that has 2 co-located partitions, one partition may end up consuming most of the available file-descriptors, leaving absolutely nothing for the other partition (implying the affected partition cannot function as expected). The affected partition has to bear the cost of being co-located with

As we can see, the Blue tenant is affected adversely because the Red tenant consumed most of the shared resources. The solution is to enforce policies through the RCM, so that one partition does not end up consuming all the low-level resources. With RCM, the system admin can define policies so the consumption of resources by one partition does not adversely affect the other co-located partitions. Read the complete article here.

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clip_image002Each year at Oracle OpenWorld I manage to talk a group of already-busy architects into crowding into my tiny hotel room for a round table discussion on some interesting, timely topic. OpenWorld 2015 was no exception.

The catalyst for this year’s conversation was Cloud Transformation Strategy: Part IV: Role of Cloud Architects, a short article on LinkedIn written by Oracle ACE Director Ron Batra, a man with considerable experience as a cloud architect. I spoke to Ron about putting a podcast together, and then put out the usual call for additional panelists.I could not have been happier with the response, and with the ensuing conversation. Though in retrospect a bigger hotel room might have been a good idea. Listen to the podcast here.

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Oracle ACE Director Andrejus Baranovskis, technical architect and CEO with Red Samurai Consulting, is a prolific blogger on ADF and other Oracle development tools. In this 2 Minute Tech Tip recorded at Oracle OpenWorld 2015 he talks about creating responsive user interfaces with ADF 12.2.1. Watch the video here.

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clip_image002At last year’s Oracle OpenWorld I had more fun than should be allowed by law recording 2 Minute Tech Tip videos with about two dozen community members — about twice the number I had originally scheduled. People just kept showing up! And that number doesn’t include the Tech Tip videos I recorded in the weeks leading up to OOW14, featuring people who were speaking at the event and wanted to help promote their sessions by distilling their presentations into key take-aways.

This year I’ll be at it again — with better gear and a sleeker format for the finished videos. So if you’ll be at OOW15 and have 120 seconds worth of insight an expertise you’d like to share with the world, I want you on my schedule.

I also want to hear from any OOW15 session presenters who want to promote their sessions in advance with a 2 Minute Tech Tip. Leave a comment below or contact me via Twitter @OTNArchBeat so we can work out the details.

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The Oracle Technology Network invites you to register for our new Virtual Technology Summit – September 16th, 9:30 am to 1:00 pm PT. It’s all about the Cloud! Hear from Oracle ACEs, Java Champions and Oracle Product Experts, as they share their insights and expertise through Hands-on-Labs, highly technical presentations and demos that enable you to master the skills you need to meet today’s IT challenges.

Middleware: Middleware in the Cloud: PaaS Gets Real – The middleware track puts the spotlight on Oracle’s Mobile Cloud Service (MCS), Process Cloud Service (PCS), and Java Cloud Service (JCS), three of the more than two dozen new services available on the Oracle Cloud Platform. In each of the three deep-dive sessions a recognized expert from the OTN community demonstrates how you can use these PaaS services, and compares each to its on-premise counterparts. PaaS services loom large in the future for developers and architects, so if you’re developing enterprise mobile applications, or working with Oracle BPM or WebLogic, you’ll want to make sure these #OTNVTS sessions are on your calendar.

For details please visit the registration page here

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