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Release Date: 25-JUL-2013
The Function Result Cache, added in Oracle Database 11g, offers developers a way to dramatically reduce the amount of time it takes to retrieve data that is requested repeatedly by database sessions (specifically: when the same rows of a table are fetched much more frequently than they are changed). This cache is stored in the SGA, shared across all sessions in the instance, and automatically purged of "dirty data" by the Oracle Database. Every application running on Oracle Database 11g Release 1 or higher Enterprise Edition should be taking advantage of this feature. Best of all, there is minimal impact on your code to start using this feature!
Duration: 65 minutes
Duration: 60 minutes
This is the second in a series of four OLL Live recorded webcasts in the Oracle Data Integrator 12c: Getting Started series. There are many ways to get a flat file of data into an Oracle Database. For example, SQL*Loader is one of the proprietary tools included in many versions of Oracle Database. The problem is that other versions of other databases (such as IBM DB2, or Microsoft SQL Server) use different proprietary tools. ODI provids one standard way of importing files into many different databases. Furthermore, SQL*Loader is designed to take the data in unmodified, whereas ODI is designed to transform the data while it is being loaded. This webcast walks you through the steps that are needed to use Oracle Data Integrator Studio (ODI Studio) graphical tools to export an ASCII flat file of columnar data to an Oracle Database 12c relational table.
Duration: 55 minutes
Duration: 30 minutes
"Threats", "Hacking", "Attacks" are commonplace in many business cases for security related projects. Keeping out the bad guys and stopping the malicious behaviour have been the key drivers of security projects for a long time. Whilst these issues are still very real and need to be addressed, we are at a key milestone for Information Security. The explosion in the use of mobile devices, cloud computing and social media gives organisations a fantastic opportunity to better engage their prospects and customers. Join this webcast to see how Information Security can help you take advantage of these trends and exploit them to accelerate the delivery of projects and business growth.
Some extraordinary claims have been made about what Exadata can do for consolidation, can they really be true? There are good technical explanations for these claims backed up by extended testing and customer experience. This seminar looks at the consolidation densities achieved, ease of operations and some practical limitations. We'll also look at how Exadata is applicable through the whole life-cycle from Development to Production.
Duration: 46 minutes
Hudson is a popular Continuous Integration Server developed by Oracle as an Open Source product at the Eclipse Foundation. Hudson monitors the execution of repeated jobs, such as building a software project and makes it easier for users to obtain a fresh build and inspect the build results. In this session, Winston Prakash demonstrates step by step instructions on how to install and set up Hudson to do continuous building of a software project.
Today's successful businesses are investing in the tools and technologies that will help engage everyone inside and outside of the organization in exceptional experiences. In this webcast we will learn how engage customers, employees and partners to effectively and efficiently drive both business success and business value using a client onboarding use case. You will learn how a Business Process Management centric layer will create the right platform for customer experience management.
Presented by Shaukat Desai. Shaukat is a Principal Sales Consultant with over 12 year’s industry experience spanning a variety of sectors including banking, defense, utilities, telecoms and manufacturing. Shaukat’s background is in architecting and deploying complex integration projects with a strong focus in Service Oriented Architectures, Business Process Management and Customer Experience solutions based on the Oracle Middleware technology.
This webcast shows the value of BPM in implementing a Single Customer View to support Customer Experience (CX) projects. Key value points discussed include how to use BPM to minimise the impact ‘inside’ applications, supporting the Business Analyst, implementing a federated model to resolve the challenges of a master/slave implementations and leveraging the value of social network intelligence.
Duration: 32 minutes
Learn how to use Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) and SQL Developer to develop ADF applications using Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service. You see how to use Oracle SQL Developer to copy database schemas and data between a local Oracle database instance and Oracle Database Cloud Service. Then you see how to modify and deploy an Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) application to Oracle Cloud by using Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE).
Duration: 40 minutes
Watch how to create a web-based Database Application using Oracle Application Express 4.2. You will also see how to add a Mobile User Interface to the database application, thereby allowing users to access the application on a mobile device. Learn how to use a responsive theme in an application, so that the application can be viewed on any device such as desktops, mobiles, smartphones or tablets.
Duration: 48 minutes
Learn how to use SQL for Pattern Matching. Row pattern matching in native SQL improve application and development productivity and query efficiency for row-sequence analysis.Recognizing patterns in a sequence of rows has been a capability that was widely desired, but not possible with SQL until now. With Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1), you can use the MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause to perform pattern matching in SQL.
Duration: 35 minutes
This is the first in a series of four recorded webcasts in the Oracle Data Integrator 12c: Getting Started series. Repositories are schemas and tables in a database that hold information about ODI Designs, Topologies, and Security. There is a one-to-many relationship between Master and Work repositories. The repository schemas and tables can be created either manually using ODI Studio or automatically using Repository Creation Utility (RCU). RCU is the preferred method of maintaining the repositories. The database storing the repository can be Oracle Database 12c or several other supported databases. This recording will walk you through the steps that are needed to create and connect to the Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Master Repository and the ODI Work Repository using Repository Creation Utility (RCU) and ODI Studio.
This is the third in a series of four OLL Live recorded webcasts in the Oracle Data Integrator 12c: Getting Started series. A common task that is performed using ODI is to set up and install an ODI Agent. After the ODI scenarios are created, they can be scheduled and orchestrated using an ODI Agent, which is a lightweight Java process that orchestrates the execution of ODI scenarios. This tutorial walks you through the steps that are needed to set up and install the ODI Agent. This webcast walks you through the steps that are needed to use Oracle Data Integrator Studio (ODI Studio) graphical tools to create an agent collocated with WLS to support (among other things) scheduling of procedures.
A demonstration of how Fusion Middleware can be used to build an architecture based on Oracle Event Processor, Coherence and Oracle Database for customers that have a requirement for a mixture of real-time processing, near-time analysis and long running batch analysis of the same or a similar data set. This use-case is certainly common in Financial Services where our customers need to process market and financial data in real-time as well as analyse long-term trends in large data sets. This architecture will also be applicable to any industry where the customer has requirements for analysing data at different frequencies and volumes. For example:
• Financial Services – Real-time Market and Financial data
• Commercial Banking – Customer Experience
• Retail – Real-time point of sale analysis
• Telecommunications – Real-time billing analysis
• Oil and Gas – Drilling (upstream) analysis
• Energy – Smart metering
• Logistics – Vehicle location analysis
Presenter Simon Cook:
Simon has 17 years experience working with Java and Middleware technolgies. He worked for 14 years at Sun Microsystems specialising in Java Enterprise Middleware and related technolgies. Since Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems 3 years ago, Simon has worked at a Senior Principal Sales Consultant for Oracle's Fusion Middleware product suite. Focusing on the Cloud Application Foundation products and supporting Oracle's sales teams in the Financial Services sector.
Duration: 42 minutes
The recent release of WebCenter 220.127.116.11 brought a number of exciting improvements to the capabilities of WebCenter Portal, Content and Sites focusing on ease of use and mobile devices. This webcast will provide an overview of the main updates included in each product together with a Q&A session.
Presenter Jonathan Ives:
Jonathan Ives is a technical specialist within the Oracle WebCenter pre-sales team. Jonathan is heavily involved in WebCenter solutions for UK public sector including DWP, HMRC, MoD & FCO and has over 25 years of deep expertise in enterprise collaborative software. Throughout Jonathan has specialised in Open Source, Linux and Unix platforms . Prior to joining Oracle in 1993, Jonathan worked for Digital Equipment Corporation and ICL, working primarily in the Government and MoD space.
Duration: 41 minutes
Information is key to the success of most organisations today and as such the more information you have about your customers the better business decisions you can make. T his means that databases (which hold the information) continue to grow in size and additional storage needs to be purchased on a regular basis to meet this growth. In this webcast we'll look at how Storage Optimization techniques can be used to reduce the Oracle database footprint and avoid the cost of new storage and/or reclaim some of that storage for use by other systems. We'll also take a look at some of the tools available to help you understand the likely benefit you will see from this reduced footprint and how we can work with you to look at the cost justification.
Learn how to create HTML5 applications using JSF 2.2. You will see how JSF 2.2 allows you to create HTML5 compliant sites by using the new JSF features introduced in Java EE 7. It will use the sticker book application from the "Using Web Sockets for Real-Time Communication" previous webcast expanding the HTML view to use JSF with HTML5 markup. This tutorial will show you how to create HTML5 pages using JSF2.2 passthrough parameters, and ViewAction components in Java EE 7.
Duration: 43 minutes
Learn how to troubleshoot applications deployed to Oracle Cloud using resources available in Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE). You see how to view log messages generated by the Oracle Java Cloud Service, and how to use the Oracle Cloud Whitelist Scan to detect the use of API's or method calls that are prohibited.
Duration: 38 minutes
This webcast provides an overview of how garbage collection works on Java 6 and 7. The talk starts with a discussion of generational garbage collection, why that method of garbage collection is used and how it works in the JVM. This discussion is followed by a walk through of the G1 garbage collector and how it differs from older collectors.
Learn how to call RESTful WebServices from an application using JAX-RS 2.0 and JSON-P to convert the received data to Java objects. Integrate JAX-RS 2.0 Client calls in your code and see how to parse the response from such calls into Java Objects. The Webcast uses the sticker book application demonstrated in a previous webcast and moves the data See how to configure JAX-RS 2.0 clients and use them in your applications to make remote call to JSON RESTful services.
Learn how to configure Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) to develop applications for Oracle Java Cloud Service. You see how to configure OEPE with a local instance of Oracle WebLogic Server 11g(10.3.6) and with a remote instance of Oracle Cloud. Next, you deploy a simple Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application locally, and then modify and deploy the same application to Oracle Cloud. This is a recording of an OLL Live Webcast. You might also like the related OBE Configuring Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse for Oracle Cloud.
Learn about the new WebSocket and JSON API available in Java EE 7.
See how WebSocket, and JSON technologies can help you build more interactive Java EE applications.
You also learn how to build an application using HTML5 for the frontend and WebSocket with JSON in the backend.
In this OLL Live recorded webcast, see how to use Oracle ADF Security with Oracle Cloud's built-in identity management. Using a simple ADF application, you will see how to use declarative, permission-based protection for ADF bounded task flows, top-level web pages that use ADF bindings, and ADF entity objects and their attributes.
Duration: 27 minutes
This webcast covers the core vocabulary and concepts, including the elements of the Oracle Business Rules dictionary and the basics of the Oracle Business Rules Engine, followed with a demo of the application of those concepts using the creation and configuration of a simple business rule in a composite application.
Duration: 34 minutes
In this OLL Live recorded webcast, see how to use JDeveloper and ADF with Oracle Database Cloud Service and Oracle Java Cloud Service. Oracle's Public Cloud is a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering, providing specific application platform services, including an Oracle 11g Database and WebLogic Server 11g instance. In this webcast, you see how JDeveloper is well integrated with Oracle Cloud. Through the IDE you see how to create database a schema and data in the cloud, and how to deploy and run ADF applications that use the database.
Duration: 31 minutes