WebLogic & Developer Partner Community Newsletter September 2017

Posted: September 28, 2017 in Cloud, Community
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Dear WebLogic and Developer Partner Community,

Thanks for attending the PaaS Summer Camps 2017. The training was rated with an average of 4,74 out of maximum 5 points! In case you didn’t make it to Lisbon the training material is published at our community workspace (membership required). During the conference we presented three PaaS showcases an ANKI car race track, a hospitality demo and an industry 4.0 IoT solution. Want to learn more about this solutions contact us via twitter! Additional we continue to offer the free hands-on on-demand training for WebLogic Suite 12c in November and December. For developers we offer a series of free hands-on Oracle Cloud Application Development workshops. All upcoming trainings are published in the community training calendar.

As Java EE becomes open source, innovation in Microservices continues. Frank gives an excellent microservices outlook and how to build serverless solutions. Application Container Cloud Services (ACC) a polyglot microservices platform to deploy Java SE, NodeJS, PHP, Ruby applications. Thanks to the community for all the excellent cloud native development and WebLogic articles: Automating Build and Deployment of Node application in Oracle Developer Cloud to Application Container Cloud & Adding a Cross Instance, Cross Restarts and Cross Application Cache to Node Applications on Oracle Application Container Cloud & Integrating and Running Builds on an External Jenkins Server with Oracle Developer Cloud Service.

The Oracle chabot platform launched this months. Watch the video to understand the rise of chabots. Leon and the team are early adapters to drive innovation for their customers. Thanks to the community for all the excellent mobile & development tool articles: Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS): Overview of integration options & Now available: Oracle MAF Mobile UX RDK & Inside a Java Mobile Application & Video: Visual JavaScript Development for Everyone & Monitoring sensor data in an Oracle JET Mobile App over WebSocket (Part 2 of 2) & Oracle JET – Filtering Rows in Table with Multiselect and Search Field Filters & Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF Are Now Available & Blog Using External REST Servies (Part 1 & An easy way to clean ADF BC entity cache.

For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The September edition highlights the PaaS showcases & training resources for partners. To get a sneak preview of the Oracle OpenWorld highlights please join our monthly PaaS Partner Community Webcast – September 25th 2017.

Want to publish your best practice article & news in the next community newsletter? Please feel free to send it via Twitter @wlsCommunity #DeveloperCommunity!

See you in San Francisco!

To read the complete newsletter please visit http://tinyurl.com/DeveloperNewsSeptember2017 (OPN Account required)

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Jürgen Kress

Fusion Middleware Partner Adoption

Oracle EMEA

Tel. +49 89 1430 1479

E-Mail: juergen.kress@oracle.com

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