What Should I Do Now? Oracle Java Cloud Service for the Oracle WebLogic Server Administrator [CON7037]
October 27, 11:00 am – 11:45 am | Park Central—Metropolitan III
Oracle Java Cloud Service (JCS) offers all the power of Oracle WebLogic Server but runs as a managed service in Oracle Cloud. Does this mean your job as an Oracle WebLogic administrator is over? No — you’ll be able to put your skills to more valuable use. Instead of worrying about how much hardware you need, tracking down patches, or keeping the systems running, with Oracle Java Cloud Service your focus will be liaising with your development teams to deploy new versions of applications safely into production, shaking out and fixing performance issues, scheduling patching, and planning for future growth while maintaining consistent service levels — all tasks of high value to your users. Join this session for an administrator’s view of Oracle Java Cloud Service and how it can work for you.
PaaS-ify Across on Premises and Oracle Cloud with Ease [CON9747]
October 29, 10:45 am – 11:30 am | Moscone South—300
Deploy, move, and manage your applications with ease anytime, anywhere, both on premises or in Oracle Cloud—with a single pane of glass. Oracle Enterprise Manager provides that single pane of glass that lets DevOps and IT administrators deploy applications into the cloud or migrate them across clouds, and most important, monitor and manage them on a continual basis. In this session, learn how existing capabilities for middleware as a service extend seamlessly to Oracle Cloud to provide agility without compromising on visibility and management.
Ten Real-World Customer Configurations on Oracle Database Appliance [CON3817]
October 29, 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm | Moscone South—306
Oracle Database Appliance is a powerful machine, yet its name hides its versatility. Certainly, it provides a great place to run Oracle databases but given that it runs virtualization, it also offers much more for the Oracle-centric platform builder. This session presents 10 different real-world customer implementations from various database configurations, to middleware infrastructures such as Oracle WebLogic and Oracle SOA Suite, through to application deployments like Oracle’s JD Edwards. For each example in this session, the approach chosen is discussed — as well as lessons learned — to provide the audience with a clear path for moving forward with Oracle Database Appliance.
For more background on these sessions please see http://veriton.com/2015/10/23/veriton-at-openworld-2015/
What Should I Do Now? Oracle Java Cloud Service for the Oracle WebLogic Server Administrator
Ten Real-World Customer Configurations on Oracle Database Appliance