Middleware Agenda and Abstracts - March/April 2016

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    Session Start Time


    March 8th PST

    March 15th IST

    April 5th GMT


    Content Area


    Middleware Community Update / Sessions overview  By Bob Rhubart, OTN Architect Community Manager


    The Internet of Things

    WebLogic 12.2.1 and Java EE


    Internet of Things: Architecture and Impact

    By Lonneke Dikmans Oracle ACE Director

    Developing Java EE 7 Applications with WebLogic Server 12.2.1

    By David Delabassee-Oracle


    Oracle IoT Cloud Service - First Practical Experience

    By Torsten Winterberg Oracle ACE Director

    And Pascal Brokmeier


    WebLogic Multi-Tenancy Fundamentals

    By Chanda Patel is a Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle

    and Tim Quinn technical lead for the WebLogic Server at Oracle


    Oracle IoT Cloud Service Real Time Analytics: From Sensor Data to Business Value

    By Luc Bors Oracle ACE Director


    Introduction to WebLogic Server Zero Down-time Patching

    By Josh Dorr, Jacob Lindholm and Chris Kasso all part of the Oracle WebLogic team


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    Middleware Abstracts


    Session Title

    Session Abstract WebLogic 12.2.1 and Java EE

    Developing Java EE 7 Applications with WebLogic Server 12.2.1

    Oracle WebLogic Server 12.2.1 includes support for the latest Java Platform, Enterprise Edition standard (Java EE 7). Java EE 7 enables dynamic, scalable HTML 5 applications with features such as JAX-RS 2.0, WebSocket, JSON-P and Asynchronous Servlet. Java EE 7 also focuses on the simplification of existing APIs for accessing WebLogic services (e.g. JMS overall API simplification) while broadening the range of provided services (e.g. introduction of a new Batch API and a new Concurrency Framework). This code-driven session will provide an extensive introduction to Java EE 7 and its new APIs, with a focus on how easily you can leverage Java EE 7 in Oracle WebLogic Server 12.2.1.

    WebLogic Multi-Tenancy Fundamentals

    WebLogic 12.2.1 introduced support for Multi-Tenancy (MT) in the form of Domain Partitions, which let you slice a domain into multiple pieces that can be managed independently. This facilitates domain consolidation and provides a platform for developing SaaS applications. In this session we will introduce the key concepts of WebLogic MT support (Partitions, Resource Groups and Resource Group Templates) and show you how to configure and manage Domain Partitions.

    Introduction to WebLogic Server Zero Down-time Patching

    WebLogic 12.2.1 includes support for Zero Downtime Patching, providing the ability to roll out out a newly patched Oracle Home across a domain or cluster without downtime -- all initiated via WLST or the WebLogic Console. In this session we will explore the various types of roll-outs Weblogic supports including Oracle Homes, JDKs, applications as well as the ability to simply perform a rolling restart across a domain or cluster.  The session will also cover how failures during the rollout are automatically handled and how session incompatibility does not prevent a zero downtime roll out of a new application version.



    Session Title

    Session Abstract The Internet of Things

    Internet of Things: Architecture and Impact

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is all the buzz in the consumer space: the alarm on your phone can tell your coffee maker to start, the fridge can order new milk when you run out, and the temperature in your house can be managed based on the schedule in your calendar. But what does IoT mean for the enterprise? Enter Oracle's recently introduced IoT Cloud Service. This session will explain three different architectures that incorporate the IoT Cloud service and examine the unique impact each has on the organization: from a services point of view, a process or activity point of view, and from an architectural point of view. The session then concludes with a look at three different use cases to illustrate the impact on the services, processes and architecture in an organization.

    Oracle IoT Cloud Service - First Practical Experience

    This session will present an in-depth discussion of Oracle's new Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Service from an architectural perspective. We will present a reference architecture that also includes Oracle's Integration, Process, Big Data, and Mobile Cloud Services. The session will present highlights and lessons learned from our first implementations with IoT Cloud Service. The core of the story will be a live demo showing the development of a vending machine case. The vending machine is simulated by a Pi, which calls the IoT cloud, routes data to BI cloud and some ERP in the cloud. The way back is initiated by an iBeacon placed on the vending machine, which triggers a mobile app that simulates payment and talks via IoT Cloud directly with the vending machine to complete the purchase.

    Oracle IoT Cloud Service Real Time Analytics: From Sensor Data to Business Value

    This session will show you how to use Oracle IoT Cloud Service for Real Time Analytics. You'll learn how to connect devices to the IoT Cloud Service and how to display sensor data from those devices in a web application. You'll also learn how to use the stream explorer analytics capability of IoT Cloud Service to analyze the data that is retrieved from devices connected to Oracle IoT Cloud Service, including how to implement stream exploration and how to add filtering. Finally, you will learn how to publish the analyzed stream and show the results in a web application.