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AMIS Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Review Part 2 - Platform Middleware Publication Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Part Two – Platform Middleware 10th October 2013 Review Oracle OpenWorld 2013
  • 2. 2 Extended support Weblogic 11g
  • 3. 3 WebLogic as a Service
  • 4. 4 Java vs WebLogic Service
  • 5. 5 Windows Azure
  • 6. 6 Microsoft Windows Azure • Available templates • Windows Server 2012 or Oracle Linux 6.4 with WebLogic 12.1.2 • Windows Server 2008 with WebLogic 11g • Windows Server 2012 with JDK6 or JDK7
  • 7. 7 WebLogic roadmap
  • 8. 8 Modern Development Platform
  • 9. 9 Mission Critical Cloud Platform
  • 10. 10 Native Cloud Management
  • 11. 11 Java EE 7
  • 12. 12 Multi-Tenant Applications
  • 13. 13 Auto-Scaling Dynamic Clusters
  • 14. 14 Identity Management
  • 15. 15 Mobile
  • 16. 16 Cloud
  • 17. 17 Device security • Protect apps and data • Separate area on device • Encrypted • Protect against abuse • Policy based step-up authentication
  • 18. 18 Identity Management as a Service (IdMaaS) Mobile and Social Webgate / OHS API / Web Services Oracle Access Manager Oracle API Gateway Web Traffic REST Traffic OAM Protected Resource Oracle Entitlements Server
  • 19. 19 Oracle API Gateway & SSO Transformation API Control & Governance API Management & Monitoring Threat Protection Client Throttling Secure REST API’s AccessManagement Extend Access Management to REST API’s • Context Aware • Authentication • Authorization • Fraud Detection • Security Tokens • Data Redaction • AuditOAUTH 2.0 Client & Server Native JSON & XML Processing < XML > { “JSON” } API Key Management
  • 20. 20 Testing
  • 21. Oracle Application Testing Suite (OATS) • Powerful, integrated solution for ensuring application quality.Oracle Functional Testing Oracle Test Manager Oracle Load Testing Oracle’s solution for testing Oracle Applications (current version: 12.3)
  • 22. 22 Oracle Functional Testing - OpenScript •Automates functional testing for Web, SOA and packaged applications •Accelerators (templates) for Fusion/ADF, webservices, eBS, JDE, and more •OpenScript is used •Integrated Eclipse IDE for script development GUI View: Standard - Easy Java Code View: Technical - Extensible
  • 23. 23 Oracle Load Testing Create Load Testing Scripts In OpenScript Configure scripts as a part of Load Testing Scenario Flex Based Reports for runtime and post runs • Realistic load testing for Web, SOA and packaged applications • Scales up to thousands of concurrent users to simulate peak production loads • Reports: integrated monitors help identify performance bottlenecks
  • 24. 24 CPU seems to be a bottleneck throughput virtual users CPU usage •Example of CPU being the bottleneck
  • 25. Integration with JDeveloper Junit Test Oracle Test Manager Key Benefits • Support for Unit testing from test manager • All tests centralized with reporting
  • 26. Oracle ATS is the standard for testing at Oracle Examples of teams using ATS @ Oracle • Product teams: Fusion Apps, FMW, EBS, Siebel • 2000+ ATS users within Oracle Functional Testing • Fusion Apps QA :400 functional testers Load Testing • Siebel testing team: tested with 21000 concurrent virtual users
  • 27. 27 OpenScript Fusion/ADF Correlation Library Enhancements Better correlating ADF component ids and attributes for variables from ADF Rich responses
  • 28. New Feature: OLT Hardware Estimation Oracle Load Testing Hardware Estimation (since 12.2): • Estimates hardware requirements for scenarios • Generates report that determines how much hardware will likely be required to run the load test
  • 29. New Feature: OLT Support for Functional Test Scripts Functional Testing Scripts show up in Blue icon Load Testing Scripts show up in Green icon OLT Support for Functional Testing Scripts (since 12.2) • Run multiple Test Cases concurrently • Measure end-user response time by running functional test script in a load scenario
  • 30. Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.30 Transform Development Experience with Oracle Cloud Complete, Standards-Based, Enterprise-Grade Enterprise Grade Hardware, Software, and Management Infrastructure Database Services Java Services Analytics Services Mobile Services Developer Services Collaboration Services Caching Services Messaging Services Notification Services Storage Services Application Store Identity Services
  • 31. Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.31 Open: runs any Java application Easy to use: self-service management Secure: application and data tier Runs Oracle WebLogic in the cloud Choice: IDEs, development and deployment, service integration, monitoring and management Transform Development Experience with Oracle Cloud Complete, Standards-Based, Enterprise-GradeJava Service Database Services Java Services Analytics Services Mobile Services Developer Services Collaboration Services Caching Services Messaging Services Notification Services Storage Services Application Store Identity Services Enterprise Grade Hardware, Software, and Management Infrastructure
  • 32. Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.32 Open: runs any Java application Choice: IDEs, development and deployment, service integration, monitoring and management Easy to use: self-service management Secure: application and data tier Runs Oracle WebLogic in the cloud Transform Development Experience with Oracle Cloud Java Services Oracle Java Cloud Service Commit Deploy Development and Deployment Deploy SOAP IDE Oracle WebLogic 12c on ExaLogic Team Development Monitoring and ManagementCLI, Maven, Ant Choice Service Integration
  • 33. Java Cloud Service • Available
  • 34. 34 • 1 month trial • Takes a day (!) to activate • ADF 11.1.1.6
  • 35. 35 My Services | Oracle Cloud
  • 36. 36 Java Cloud Service: Cloud Service Control
  • 37. 37 Java Cloud interaction
  • 38. 38 Java Cloud Service Roadmap Release 13.2 • Core – Shared Libraries – Log4j – Java System Properties – Flexible whitelisting – File System support – Security configuration for Web/Rest Services – Self service server restart – Deeper diagnostics information in logging • PaaS integration – Storage service – Messaging Service – Developer Service Release 14.x • Core – JEE 6, WLS 12c – OAuth – ADF Mobile – Full logs – SQL Net over HTTP to on-premise DB • PaaS integration – App Store – Caching Service – Notification Service • Partner Integration – Identity Federation – Partner app deployment from app store .NEXT • Core – WLS upgrade – Flexible cluster size and heap configuration – Cloud REST api's • PaaS integration – API Cloud services – Unified Cloud Portal for all PaaS services
  • 39. Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.39 Transform Development Experience with Oracle CloudNew! Oracle Developer Cloud Service  Develop on a turnkey development platform securely hosted in the cloud  Collaborate with integrated tools to manage and track tasks, builds, and documentation  Deploy automatically to Oracle Java Cloud Service or your local infrastructure  Standards-based Git, Hudson, Maven, … Preview AvailabilityComplete, Standards-Based, Enterprise-Grade Database Services Java Services Analytics Services Mobile Services Developer Services Collaboration Services Caching Services Messaging Services Notification Services Storage Services Application Store Identity Services Enterprise Grade Hardware, Software, and Management Infrastructure
  • 40. 41 Developer Cloud Service Preview since Oct. 2012 • Git Source Control • Task / Issue tracking • Wiki • Maven • Dashboard Almost GA • Source browsing • Code review • Java Cloud deployment • Project templates • Updated look and feel Next • Mobile – deploy – simulate / test • Collaboration • ssh access???
  • 41. Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.42 Complete, Standards-Based, Enterprise-Grade New! Oracle Messaging Cloud Service Preview Availability  Asynchronous messaging with prioritization, selectors, persistence, transactions & guaranteed delivery  Queues and topics  JMS provider for Java Cloud Service  Hybrid cloud communication with REST APIs and HTTP message push listners Database Services Java Services Analytics Services Mobile Services Developer Services Collaboration Services Caching Services Messaging Services Notification Services Storage Services Application Store Identity Services Enterprise Grade Hardware, Software, and Management Infrastructure Transform Development Experience with Oracle Cloud
  • 42. Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.43 Bridge the gap between on-premise and cloud Save time integrating messaging into your applications Seamlessly leverage Oracle Java expertise What’s in it for developers? New! Oracle Messaging Cloud Service
  • 43. 44 On-promise - cloud interaction
  • 44. 45 • Full Maven support in the entire Fusion Middleware stack • JDeveloper support (finally) – Create enable Maven project – pom editor – Dependency management • ADF (and other) libraries • Library Repository synchronization plug-in – To load dependencies from Middleware in internal and local – Not a public repository • Deployment to WLS, Coherence • Maven plugins • Maven Archetypes – o.a. Coherence • Java Cloud interaction – via Java Cloud Service SDK: deploy, monitoring
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