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The first part of the report from the AMIS team on their findings of Oracle Open World 2011 and JavaOne 2011. With the major announcements, the roadmaps, highlights and disappointments, some gold......

The first part of the report from the AMIS team on their findings of Oracle Open World 2011 and JavaOne 2011. With the major announcements, the roadmaps, highlights and disappointments, some gold nuggets and personal bests and a general impression of where Oracle, the industry trends and the technology are going.

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  • 1. Report from oracle open world and JavaOne 2011
    AMIS – 17th October 2011
  • 2. Welcome and outline
    Introduction to the conferences
    Major Announcements and Conference Highlights
    AMIS Magic Quadrant
    Paul: ‘Meanwhile in the Valley’ – Innovation Tour
    Michel: Exalogic, WebLogic + Traffic Director
    Marco: hardware/appliances & Exa-family, Virtualization, Linux & Solaris (introducing Ksplice), Enterprise Manager 12c
    Dinner (18.30-19.30)
    Alex (aka Marco): BigData & NoSQL, APEX, SQL Developer, latest on Data Integration
    Aino: ADF, Mobile and Software Engineering
    Peter: SOA, BPM and guest star Enterprise Gateway
    Lucas: WebCenter and Java/JEE
    Q&A/Panel/discussion fading intodrinks (from 21.00)
  • 3. Conference layout
  • 4. Overview of Oracle Open World
    Heart of San Francisco
    Moscone Center (3 buildings)
    10 hotels (7 and 3)
    Two streets (Howard and Mason)
    Most bars, restaurants, clubs within 5 blocks
    45,000 attendees
    From all continents, close to 100 countries
    1000 (?) from Benelux
    2000+ sessions
    10k keynotes and 10 person audience sessions
    3 exhibition floors with 200+ vendors
    Customer and Partner Advisory Boards
    Enterprise Architecture Summit
    Pre- and post-conference meetings
    Appreciation Event and ‘wooing activities’
    User Group activities, Publisher events, Vendor parties, …
  • 5. Oracle Open world & Javaone 2010
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8. EXA*** vs Appliance
  • 9. The Big announcements
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. http://cloud.oracle.com
  • 13. EXA….
  • 14. Oracle
    NoSQL
    Database
    Big Data Appliance
    R
  • 15. Book release
  • 16.
  • 17.
  • 18. 2010:
    2011:
  • 19.
  • 20.
  • 21.
  • 22.
  • 23. Oh, and this is supposedly a more modern user interface!
  • 24. 12?
    12c
  • 25. Cloud Control with Enterprise Manager 12c
  • 26.
  • 27.
  • 28. Stars of the show
    Enterprise Manager
    NoSQL
    REST(ful)
    JVM/OpenJDK
    Mobile
    ADF
    GoldenGate
    BI EE
    Real Time
    BPM
    Traffic Director
    APEX
    HTML 5
    Enterprise Gateway
    WebSockets
    ‘The Middleware Administrator’
    Unstructured Data
    JSON
  • 29. Stars of the Past
    Database 10g
    Oracle Warehouse Builder
    Java Swing
    Forms 10g
    OAS
    Beehive
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux
    Flash (player)
    OpenESB
    Oracle Designer
    Oracle Reports
  • 30. Keep an eye out for …
    Coherence
    FatWire (aka WebCenter Sites)
    NetBeans
    JVM/OpenJDK
    SOA Suite EDN
    Composers
    AmberPoint aka BTM
    CEP (Complex Event Processing)
    Ksplice
    Enterprise Data Quality
    Enterprise Repository
    ADF Mobile
    Hudson
    R
    Google
  • 31. Steven Feuersteinbij AMIS Services!
    8 en 9 december
    2 dagen Seminar van Steven Feuerstein,
    Best of Oracle PL/SQL, Best Practices and new features
    Leer van zijnsamenwerking met het PL/SQL product team
    Veel interactie en mogelijkheden tot stellen van vragen
    PL/SQL Quiz met leuke prijzen
    + Gratis boek Oracle PL/SQL Programming (5th)
    + Gratis toegang tot 27 uur video training
    Schrijf je in via www.amis.nl
  • 32. TrainingADF 11g development
    24-28 oktober
    5 dagen training ADF 11g
    • JDeveloper11g
    • 33. Oracle ADF Business Components
    • 34. JavaServerFaces
    • 35. ADF FacesRichComponents
    • 36. Oracle ADF Data Binding
    • 37. Oracle ADF TaskFlows
    Schrijf je in via www.amis.nl
  • 38. Trainingen en Masterclasses
    Leer van de professionals van AMIS
    Schrijf je in via www.amis.nl
    28 oktober 2011
    Oracle Database 10g/11g Advanced Security
    18 november 2011 SOA voor Oracle Database Professionals door Peter Ebell
    2 december 2011 Advanced Oracle ADF 11g door Luc Bors
  • 39. OOW van een andere kant…
  • 40. Innovatie tour
    Hoe stimuleer je het ?
    Wat zijn de innovaties van dit moment ?
  • 41. Innovatie is noodzaak, wordt transformatie - Linkedin
    Iedereen kent onze missie – voorwaarde tot innovatie
    De IN-day geeft de beste ideeën !
    Try many ideas and fail fast - Amazon
    Falen is geen optie maar een verplichting !
    Begin bij de klant en werk dan terug …
    Profit is for later …. – Yammer
    Grow big fast- on24
  • 42. Wat delen ze ….
    Er is volop ruimte en geld om te innoveren
    Crowdsourcing is basis voor nieuwe ideeën
    Het nieuwe werken stimuleert innovatief gedrag
    Bring your own……anything !
    Allemaal hebben ze heldere en simpele missie
  • 43. Wat zeggen de investeerders..
    Nu op zoek naar de trends van de toekomst
    Investeren alleen in disruptive technology
    Nog steeds veel geld beschikbaar
    India opkomend als 2e Silicon Valley (investments)
    Europa blijft ver achter trouwens…….
  • 44. Trends in grote lijnen
    (un)structured
    Big Data
    Realtime & Mobile
  • 45. Trends in grote lijnen
    The Cloud is a fact …?!
    design
    implement
    measure
    test & listen
    En dan de integratie van dit alles !
  • 46. Conclusies …?
    Neen !
    Ook niet belangrijk .
    Wel inspiratie !
  • 47. OOW 11
    Oracle Open World 2011 Report
    WebLogic, ExaLogic en Traffic Director
    By Michel Schildmeijer
  • 48. OOW 11
    Opening Keynote by Larry Ellison
  • 49. ORACLE WEBLOGIC: STATUS EN ROADMAP
    Oracle WebLogic 11g R1:
    • Still a JEE 5 platform
    • 50. Latest version: 11gR1 PS4 10.3.5
    • 51. Some features JEE 6 already supported like:
    • 52. JSF 2.0
    • 53. Servlet 3.0
    • 54. JPA 2.0
    • 55. JAX-RS
    • 56. WebLogic-MavenPluginin WebLogic 11gR1 PS3 (10.3.4+)
  • ORACLE WEBLOGIC: STATUS EN ROADMAP
    • Since 10.3.4 embedded: WLS-CAT Classloader Analysis ToolWeb-based class analysis tool for detecting conflicts, debugging application classpaths and  conflicts
  • ORACLE WEBLOGIC: STATUS EN ROADMAP
    10.3.5 Minor update  more bugfixes than new features
    With Active GridLink for RAC – optimalisation for RAC
    UsesFast Connection Failover for faster RAC failure detection
    Optimalisation Cloud and ExaLogic like:
    Betterrequest handling
    Better thread management
    Better session replicationmechanisms
    Optimalisation Clustered JAVA -application over Infiniband Interface
    In-Memory HTTP Session Replication mechanism is improved using parallel socket connections (parallel "RJVMs")
    Infiniband ’s native SDP networkprotocol
    Communication Exadata and RAC
    Skips the host node's TCP/IP stack
    Better plugins and optimization possibilities for ExaLogic by providing configurable items for MBeans DomainMbean.ExalogicOptimizationsEnabled
  • 57. ORACLE WEBLOGIC: THE FUTURE
    WLS 10.3.6 probably released this year
    WLS 10.3.6 supports JDK 7
    Full JAVA EE 6 support coming up in version 12c
    Finally one shipped JVM, with HotSpot as the fundament, but with a lot of features of JRockit
    Tight integration with Enterprise Manager 12c
  • 58. ORACLE WEBLOGIC: THE FUTURE
    Some left-overs…:
    WebLogic Administration Console status?
    What about the standalone Enterprise Manager Console?
  • 59. Exalogic: Stairway to the private cloud?
  • 60. Exalogic: status and roadmap
    The 2 monsters: Exadata and Exalogic
  • 61. Exalogic: status and roadmap
  • 62. Exalogic: status and roadmap
  • 63. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
    Some hardware facts:
    High performance Intel Xeon 2-Socket processors
    12 cores per server, 8/16/30 server configurations (per rack)
    Redundant power, fans, SSD, networking
    Servers performance
    1333GHz memory speed, 96GB per server, X567x Xeon
  • 64. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
      Infiniband
      Higher Performance and availability
    Operating system and virtualization
    Tuned and pre-configured operating systems
    Virtualization designed in (Oracle VM and Solaris Zones)
  • 65. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
    Multiple Operating Systems are supported :
    Oracle Enterprise Linux/Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
    Solaris 11 Express x86
    All applications will function as they would with Ethernet
    SDP (Sockets Direct Protocol) available to specific components
  • 66. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
    Exabus - High Speed Network Virtualization
    Coherence 3.7 for JAVA applications
    Tuxedo 12c for C C++ applications
    Both are using:
    Direct Memory Access
    KernelBypass
    For better throughput and lower latency
    WebLogic SDP integration for Infiniband
  • 67. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
  • 68. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
    Coherence 3.7:
    ActiveCacheintegration with WebLogic Server
    Coherence cluster MBeans within WLS
    Node Manager integration for starting/stopping cache servers
    Coherence*Web integrationfor session management
  • 69. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
  • 70. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
    Tuxedo12C
    Application server solution for C/C++/COBOL applications
    Cloud ready infrastructure
    Already for a long time Service Oriented
    Provide messaging solution for C/C++/COBOL
    Supply tools to handle mainframe data migration
  • 71. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
    Tuxedo12C
    Application server solution for C/C++/COBOL applications
    Cloud ready infrastructure
    Already for a long time Service Oriented
    Provide messaging solution for C/C++/COBOL
    Supply tools to handle mainframe data migration
  • 72. EXALOGIC: STATUS & ROADMAP
    Cloud and Machine Management
    ExalogicControl
    Create, manage and monitor clouds, users, virtual machines, networksand storage volumes
    Deploy, un-deployscaleAssemblieswith:
    Cloud Management API
    Oracle Virtual Assembly quickly create and configureentiremulti-tier applicationtopologies
    Full EM Cloud Control integrationfor application-todisk management
  • 73. EXALOGIC: VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY BUILDER
  • 74. ORACLE TRAFFIC DIRECTOR IN THE CLOUD
  • 75. ORACLE TRAFFIC DIRECTOR
    Oracle Traffic Director is a :
    Load balancer
    Local traffic manager
    Uses the application network layer
    Probably the replacement for Oracle WebCache?
  • 76. ORACLE TRAFFIC DIRECTOR
    Oracle Traffic Director facts:
    Supports support SSL encryption.
    40GBps InfiniBandconnections instead of the 1GBps
    Virtual appliance (VA) running on Oracle VM Server
    SSL-offloading, caching and redirecting
    Tight integration with OHS and Apache
  • 77. ORACLE TRAFFIC DIRECTOR
    Oracle Traffic Director:
    Middleware Adminbecomes Network Admin
    Only with Exalogic? Not clear yet..
  • 78. San franciscostreetartists
    One last look at SF Street Artists
  • 79. OOW 11
    Some reminders…..
  • 80. My book… oracle Weblogic 11gr1 ps2:administration essentials
    http://www.packtpub.com/oracle-weblogic-server-11gr2-administration-essentials/book
  • 81. 2008
  • 82. 2009
  • 83. 2010
    X2-2
    X2-8
    Exalogic
  • 84. 2011
    SPARC SuperCluster
    Exalytics
    Database Appliance
  • 85. Exadata & Appliance
    Appliance range
    Standard configuration
    Standard components
    Exadata range
    Specific functionality
    Specially designed
  • 86. SPARC SuperCluster
    Oracle® Database 11g R2
    SPARC T3-4 servers
    30,249,688 transactions / minute (new TPC-C WR)
    Oracle's Sun FlashFire
    InfiniBand
    Oracle's ZFS Storage
  • 87. Exalytics
  • 88. Exalytics
    4 sockets
    40 cores
    1 TB DRAM
    Timesten
    • In parallel
    • 89. 200 GB/s scan rate
    Essbase OLAP
    • In parallel
    Infiniband to
    Exadata,
    MS SQL Server, Teradata
  • 90. Oracle Database Appliance
  • 91. Oracle Database Appliance
    • 2 servers x 3 Ghz CPU / server
    • 92. 6 cores per CPU
     24 cores for use
    • 96 GB RAM /server
    • 93. 12TB Shared Disk
    • 94. NO Exadata functionality
    • 95. Single Instance Enterprise Edition or 1 node RAC or 2 node RAC
    • 96. License on demand
  • Oracle Virtualization & Linux
    Oracle VM 3
    Application Driven Virtualization
    Beyond VMware
    Wizard driven for everything
    (also storage if needed)
    Oracle Linux
    DTrace & …
    KSplice…
  • 97. Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c
    ADF Build
    Menu Driven
    Designed for “Red Stack” and more
  • 98. Menu driven
  • 99. New design
  • 100. Analysis driven
  • 101. Cloud driven
  • 102. Total Management
    Databases
    Cloud
    Middleware
    Application Servers
    Oracle Virtualization
    Timesten, Coherence
    Exadata, Oracle Storage
    Applications / Fusion
    3rd Party environments
    etc…
    Identity Management
    Security
    Performance
    Maintenance
    Oracle Support
    Life Cycle Management
    Testing/Database Replay
    Data Masking
    Configuration
    etc…
  • 103. Break
    See you after dinner for part 2!