Category SOA Framework
Welcome to-as some term it-the Flip side! As you can see the move to the common Oracle Blogging infrastructure in which blogs.sun.com and blogs.oracle.com instances moved over to Sun’s Apache Roller infrastructure is complete!
After a few years at http://blogs.sun.com/gopalan, The Web Cornucopia Blog has a new home at http://blogs.oracle.com/gopalan. Even though redirects should make all this totally transparent to you, you may want to update your bookmarks/RSS/Atom feeds on your feed aggregator or browser to point them at:
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Starting late next week (Friday May 6, 2011), this blog at http://blogs.sun.com/gopalan is going to be hosted at http://blogs.oracle.com/gopalan. In case something goes wrong, I have also mirrored content at:
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Oracle Java Composite Application Platform Suite (Java CAPS) combinesRead More
technologies from Oracle to form a modular and pluggable business
integration platform that supports the complete spectrum of service
integration requirements. Java CAPS includes repository-based core
components and Adapters along with JBI Service Engines and Binding
Components, giving you more options and greater flexibility in designing
your composite applications. It uses NetBeans as the visual development
environment, and the applications you create are deployed on the
GlassFish Enterprise Server. This combination allows you to develop
custom composite applications, Java EE applications, web applications,
mobile applications, and web services using Java EE, JBI, ...
Starting Friday, April 29, 2011, this blog at http://blogs.sun.com/gopalan/ along with all the other Sun and Oracle blogs will be migrated to the new common Oracle Blogging platform at blogs.oracle.com.
According to communication that I have received, the current plan is to have the new Oracle blogging platform up by Friday, May 6th, 2011 at which time the new blogs will be live and the redirects will be in place.
During the period between Friday, April 29, 2011 and Friday, May 6th, 2011 while the migration is on, I will not be able to post any new content.
I will keep you posted as and when I get updates regarding the same.Read More
NetBeans IDE 7.0 introduces language support for coding to the
Java SE 7 specification with the JDK 7 developer preview. Developers
can now take advantage of the new language features from Project
/JSR 334, with editor support for code completion, hints, and in
specific cases converting existing Java SE 6 based code to use the
Java SE 7 based syntax.
The release also provides enhanced integration with the OracleRead More
WebLogic server as well as support for Oracle Database and GlassFish
3.1. The Oracle WebLogic server integration enhancements include
turnaround when redeploying applications; deploy on save; datasource
management; server library configuration; the ability to expl...
Here are the slides for our technical session (S313771) entitled Versioning Strategies for Service-Oriented Architectures presented at the JavaOne 2010 conference on September 23, 2010, Thursday between 11:00am and 12:00pm in The Cyril Magnin III Room at The Hotel Parc 55 in San Francisisco.
We had so many best practices in mind when we started off, but in a session that is limited to an hour, there are only as many that you can present. I hope to talk about so many other best practices through my blog here and various articles and white-papers that I plan to write.Read More
I just received confirmation of my speaking schedule along with location information for JavaOne.
SESSION SCHEDULE INFORMATION
Title: Versioning Strategies for Service-Oriented
Service Architectures and the Cloud - The Java Frontier
Time: 11:00 – 12:00
Venue: Parc 55
Room: Cyril Magnin III
I’ll be presenting a technical session (S313771) entitled Versioning Strategies for Service-Oriented Architectures with Kiran Bhumana at the JavaOne 2010 conference on Thursday September 23, 2010 from 11:00am to 12:00pm in The Cyril Magnin III Room at The Hotel Parc 55 in San Francisco.
This presentation provides Best-Practices to evolve Messages, Services, and the Service Infrastructure of your SOA
Business changes force evolution of service contracts and business processes. Iterative project life cycles require versioning support. Bugs fixes or additional requirements force newer versions to be deployed. There are a number of challenges in versioning support...Read More
LLC., is an Open ESB partner. They are contributing a number of
different component containers and NetBeans Plug-ins for the open
source Open ESB project like the UDDI binding component, and the RSS
binding component among others. These plug-ins are bundled with the Open ESB Installer which is freely downloadable from the Open ESB download site.
Gestalt‘s Chad Gallemore has blogged about creating a Binding Component Deployment plug-in for NetBeans.
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My co-workers Prabhu Balashanmugam, Kevin Schmidt, and yours truly
had an article published in the March 2007 issue of Java Developers’
Journal entitled Deliver Composite Applications with Java, WS-BPEL & SOA – Supporting the complete lifecycle. Tuesday
morning I walked into the office after the Memorial Day weekend, and I
find this issue dropped on my chair by Kevin. Too bad Prabhu
and me found our photos swapped.
The article discusses and demonstrates the many capabilities available
in the Java EE 5 SDK Tools Bundle for delivering composite applications
using Java, WS-BPEL, and SOA technologies. It discusses the benefits of
these two technologies and how they can work together to enable the
development of next-generation applications.
This article also demonstrates how NetBean...Read More