Oracle has released Cloud Application Foundation (CAF) 12c, an integrated middleware platform that works on both traditional data centers and cloud environments. It is a combination of WebLogic Server for Java EE, Coherence in-memory data grid, Tuxedo for C/C++/COBOL, Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder for configuration and deployment, and Oracle Traffic Director for load balancing.
At the beginning of December, Oracle released WebLogic Server 12c. The new version of WebLogic is the first release of the application server to fully support the Java EE 6 standard, originally approved in December 2009. In addition, WebLogic Server 12c is a key part of Oracle's entire cloud strategy. InfoQ spoke to Vice President of Development at Oracle, Cameron Purdy to find out more.
Oracle Public Cloud offers two solutions: SaaS, including Fusion CRM, Fusion HCM, and Social Network, and PaaS, including Java and Database services.
In June, Microsoft released a set of open-source configurations to accelerate interoperability between Microsoft’s WCF platform and leading Java-based web service stacks. WCF bindings, which define transport details for invoking or consuming WCF services, are now available for Oracle WebLogic, Oracle Metro, IBM WebSphere and Apache Axis2.
Oracle Releases Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse. The new release aligns with Eclipse 3.6, or "Helios." The bundle includes support for GlassFish, Java EE6, WebLogic administration and management, enhanced support for the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), and Oracle's data-grid entry, Oracle Coherence.
dynaTrace software recently announced the release of dynaTrace 3. dynaTrace software is an Application Performance Monitoring (APM) vendor that provides Java and .NET developers insight into performance problems in both application code as well as environmental configurations.
Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse supports FastSwap and SOA component development to help in development, testing and deployment of Java applications on Oracle WebLogic 10g R3 Server. Oracle recently announced the availability of Oracle Enterprise Pack Version 1.0 as a new component of its Fusion Middleware product.
Oracle has announced the release of WebLogic Server 10g R3 which is the first release of BEA’s Application Server since its acquisition by Oracle earlier this year. This version adds support for Java SE 6, Spring, Comet, improved Operations Control, FastSwap Deployment and more.
After the Oracle acquisition of BEA it was not clear how Oracle was going to integrate often competing SOA products in its and BEA’s portfolio. In his presentation last month David Shaffer, VP Product Managemen for, Oracle Integration, described the Oracle-BEA product Strategy and Roadmap for SOA, BPM, Governance and Events.
Following their acquisition of BEA Systems, Oracle has announced new company product offerings based on the various technologies carrying the WebLogic brand.
In this presentation from QCon London 2007, William Soo and Meeraj Kunnumpurath discuss the Voca transaction processing system architecture, the previous Mainframe-based architecture, architectural challenges and requirements, the new Spring and J2EE-based architecture, upcoming challenges for Voca, and technologies to watch for in the future.
In this interview from QCon San Francisco, SpringSource CEO Rod Johnson discusses the origins and philosophy of Spring, the Spring Portfolio, Spring Web Flow, Spring Batch, Spring.Net, the partnership with Tasktop Technologies, and community involvement and utilization of Spring.
ZeroTurnaround's JSPWeaver is a real-time interpreter for JSP which aims to remove the first-person penalty encountered when the server creates and compiles the background servlet from the JSP mark-up.
WebLogic Server 10.3 technology preview released by BEA systems includes a HTTP Pub/Sub Server for web based clients to send and receive asynchronous messages over HTTP. Other new features in this release include modular server component installation and startup, and application deployments using the new "FastSwap" feature.
Oracle and BEA reach an agreement wherein Oracle buys BEA's outstanding shares for ~$19. How will they resolve their product-line redundancies? Reactions are interesting and varied, and the spectre of insider trading has already been reaised.