WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter August 2015

Demos are key as part of the sales process. You as a partner can use the same demo systems that Oracle pre-sales experts use every day. Demos for both PaaS and on-premises are available including sample applications and demo scripts. Some demo highlights include JCS, MCS or WebLogic 12c. Therefore a GSE demo credentials are mandatory for all community members.

Once again EMEA is leading the global OPN Specialization program with more than 50% of the Middleware Specialized partners based in our region. Specialized and realize the benefits of Specialization e.g. promote your service offerings in the Solutions Catalog. A great example of the solutions catalog is the FlexDeploy JCS solution when do you publish your services and apps? Oracle promotes Specialized partners to the middleware customer base see for example the Fusion Middleware July Newsletter 2015.

Are you trained in the latest WebLogic 12.1.3 features like Hudson, Maven, JMS and Coherence? Don’t miss the attend the Virtual Technology Summit –Now available OnDemand free online training. Featuring debugging Weblogic authentication and new APIs and Tools for Application Development in WebLogic 12c. You can showcase this solutions based on the WebLogic Win Workshop 2.0 to generate consulting business with your Middleware customers.

Hybrid Cloud computing is the unique selling point for Oracle PaaS and Middleware solutions. Customers can choice the point of installation, from public cloud to private cloud in a data center of their choice. You as a partner can secure and leverage your investment in skills and Specialization to generate new service revenue. The WebLogic partner community supports you to develop and publish your hybrid cloud consulting service offerings. This month we feature again a long list of cloud articles including Five Best Practices for Platform as a Service Success, Fasten your seat belts: Flying the Java Development Cloud Service, Lift and Shift Applications WebLogic On Premises to Cloud, Basic Cloud User Management for Newbs, Java Cloud Service: Cloud Tooling and Monitoring Java Cloud Service instances using the Fusion Middleware Control Console.

Thanks to the community for all the excellent WebLogic articles: July 2015 Fusion Middleware (FMW) Proactive Patches & Continuous delivery culture & WebLogic Server 12.1.3 Developer Guide & WebLogic 12c RESTful Management Services & Accessing WebLogic Logs via REST & How to retrieve the current stack information from a WebLogic server & Using Cloud Control 12C to Analyse a Memory Leak Problem & 5 best practices for middleware operations teams.

The highlight of our developer section is the Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). At our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) we posted a complete MCS partner kit which includes MCS ppt Presentation, MCS Click Through, MCS Videos, MCS Data sheet, and a MCS eBook. To get MCS hands-on trained watch the Mobile Platform YouTube Channel and get your fee GSE MCS demo system. Thanks to Andrejus and Andreas for their first MCS impressions Getting Started with Oracle MCS and MCS First Hands-On Experience. Thanks to the community for all the excellent development tool articles: New Enterprise Mobility Specializations! & Create shortcut of page on a button click in ADF & Using Shared AM to Cache and Display Table Data & Get selected row (single/multiple) from POJO based table in ADF & ADF BC Session Cached LOV – Understanding Expire Time.


Jürgen Kress


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To become a member of the WebLogic Partner Community please register at http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.


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