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[7 Aug 2012 | Comments Off on Oracle Public Cloud Java Service with NetBeans Preview | ]

In this blog post, Markus Eisele provides an evaluation of the Oracle Public Cloud Java Service with NetBeans that is currently in an “Early Access” phase. He provides a step by step process on how to use the service and some feedback on its current version which is not publicly available for the moment.

[21 May 2012 | Comments Off on Oracle Cloud Strategy Clarified | ]

This article from Ovum Research explains that Oracle has clarified its cloud strategy. Oracle new public cloud is expected to be commercially available by mid-2012. Ovum also explains that Oracle has moved beyond SaaS into business process-as-a-service (BpaaS) territory. As far as PaaS is concerned, Oracle should deliver a cloud-centric application lifecycle management (ALM) environment with integrated task/defect-tracking, source repository, build facilities (based on Hudson), and IDE Integration (Oracle JDeveloper, Eclipse, NetBeans).

[17 Apr 2012 | Comments Off on JavaServer Faces the Cloud | ]

This article explains how JavaServer Faces 2.0 features are suited for the Cloud. It presents the @ManagedBean annotation, implicit navigation and resource handling. Cloud services might not have been a factor when JavaServer Faces 2.0 (JSF 2.0) was developed, but JSF 2.0 provides features ideally suited for the cloud as path-based resource handling, REST-style GET requests and bookmarkable URLs, Ajax support. Cloud vendors provide different support for JSF 2.0. Oracle Public Cloud provides built-in support for JSF 2.0 and deployment to the cloud from Oracle JDeveloper, Eclipse, and NetBeans, and …

[22 Nov 2011 | Comments Off on Oracle Public Cloud Java Service Demo | ]

This video provides a small introduction on how to provision a Java Service Instance on the Oracle Public Cloud with IDE integration.

[15 Mar 2011 | Comments Off on Using Oracle Berkeley DB as a NoSQL Data Store | ]

This article illustrates and explains why and how Berkeley DB can be included in the stack as a NoSQL solution. The article focuses exclusively on Berkeley DB’s NoSQL-centric features and thus does not exhaustively cover all of Berkeley DB’s capabilities and idiosyncrasies.

[7 Feb 2011 | Comments Off on Oracle Middleware and Cloud Computing | ]

Alex Andrianopoulos, VP of Product Marketing, Fusion Middleware, discusses the many aspects of Cloud Computing, and how Oracle Fusion Middleware fits in.

[2 Feb 2011 | Comments Off on Coming Soon: Oracle Database 11g on Amazon Relational Database Service | ]

This blog post present the planned support via the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) of Oracle Database 11g Release 2 beginning in the second quarter of 2011.