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October 2016

New Features! Oracle Data Visualization Desktop 12.2.2.0

2017-03-28T17:08:24+00:00 27 October, 2016|Tags: , , , |

The 18 th of October 2016 marks the second release of Oracle Data Visualization Desktop (DVD). DVD enables users to explore data on a visual way on individual basis. You don’t need to have a server, just download the install and you’re up-and- running [after you acquire the right license of course]. Last week, TMNS joined a [...]

The Oracle Friday Tech Update: Big Data Management!

2017-03-28T17:08:34+00:00 13 October, 2016|Tags: , , , |

The Oracle Friday Tech Updates are an initiative from Oracle and are educational, practice-focussed sessions held on Friday. Every session offers an interesting close-up on a subject within Oracle's portfolio. On the 7th of October 2016, I have attended the Oracle Friday Tech Update with the subject: Big Data Management. During this day, Oracle provided an overview of a [...]

DevOps: let’s start cooperating!

2017-03-28T17:08:44+00:00 7 October, 2016|Tags: , , |

Last Wednesday September 28, the Oracle Fusion Cloud Application Foundation organized an interesting evening at the Oracle Netherlands headquarter in Utrecht. The main purpose was to get development and managed service support together in one room to meet and try to solve challenges. Making the statement that Oracle Fusion is the central platform for middleware [...]

5 Days of Oracle training on Summer Camp in Lisbon

2017-03-28T17:08:51+00:00 5 October, 2016|Tags: , , , , , , |

In August 2016, I’ve attended the Enterprise Connectivity (SOA) track on the Summer Camp event in Lisbon, Portugal. It was a great opportunity to invest 5 days in real good hands-on training with Oracle experts and see what the new products have to offer in order to increase value in the integration area, mainly focused [...]

December 2015

Oracle Managed File Transfer (MFT) custom callouts

2017-03-28T17:14:39+00:00 8 December, 2015|Tags: , , |

This week I was doing some proof of concept with Oracle Managed File Transfer and exploring in more detail one of its advanced features: custom callouts. Callouts allow you to execute transfer pre­ and postprocessing. There are some callouts out­-of-­the-­box for compression, decompression, encryption and decryption. The interesting thing however, is that you can build [...]

October 2015

Salesforce.com integration: Cloud Adapter versus Custom Web Service call

2017-03-28T17:16:09+00:00 28 October, 2015|Tags: , , , , |

Rafael Andrade, Nedzad Saranovic As part of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11.1.1.7, Oracle introduced the Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com integration. In this TechNote we will first provide some general information about Cloud Adapter and shortly describe the support, behaviour and restrictions. Then we will proceed with comparing Cloud Adapter and Custom Web Service call, state strengths and [...]

Have you already heard about MyST?

2017-03-28T17:16:26+00:00 19 October, 2015|Tags: , , , , |

No? Don't worry. I had the great pleasure to attend last Thursday's presentation by Matt Wright “Best Practice for implementing for Continuous Delivery for SOA (using MyST)” and like to share some interesting findings with you in this blog. MyST was part of the Oracle OpenWorld 2015 Preview event organized by AMIS (Nieuwegein, The Netherlands). [...]

September 2015