O-box is an active participant of the Oracle community. Over the coming months we will be presenting about our experiences at the following events:
Oracle OpenWorld 2015
25 – 29 October 2015 • San Francisco, USA
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.
Oracle OpenWorld 2014
28 September – 2 October 2014 • San Francisco, USA
Oracle WebLogic Server on Oracle Database Appliance offers a complete solution for building and deploying enterprise Java EE applications in a fully integrated system of software, servers, storage, and networking that delivers highly available database and Oracle WebLogic services. This session discusses how Oracle WebLogic is deployed on Oracle Database Appliance and what the benefits are of deploying to this platform. It also covers SOA deployment on Oracle Database Appliance.
This is a joint presentation by Frances Zhao-Perez from Oracle Product Management and Simon Haslam from O-box.
One of our favorite presentations will be delivered by Torsten Winterberg from OPITZ Consulting, and Lonneke Dikmans for O-box. You will also have the opportunity to chat about O-box on the OPITZ exhibition stand.
The Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) is one of Oracle’s best kept secrets: it is a “small” engineered system that provides a “database in a box” and, since virtualization capability was added in spring 2013, offers lots of potential use cases to the Oracle infrastructure architect.
Simon started researching this system in autumn 2012, took part in a production installation in summer 2013, and since then has focussed his attention on deploying Fusion Middleware products (such as Oracle SOA Suite) on the ODA. He shares these experiences in this technical session which is intended to help any organisation who might be considering deploying databases and applications to this system. It describes what’s nice about the ODA, its limitations and, based on customer experiences, how it can be used most effectively. The important new ODA features introduced in 2014 will also be covered.