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Oracle Management Cloud is a suite of next generation integrated monitoring, management, and analytics solution for IT organizations that enables a real-time, collaborative environment in which all stakeholders have a clear end-to-end view to the applications and technologies that supp...
Most organizations are transforming themselves to digital enterprise, and IT plays a key role in this transformation. The ways applications are built, delivered, and consumed have significantly changed in the last few years. Organizations have adopted agile methodologies and delivering...
I have been presenting at Oracle Open World for past 15 years. I will be speaking at Oracle Open World 2015 again. My session is on a completely different topic and I will be showcasing an exciting new Cloud Service.  If you are a DBA or WebLogic Administrator and you are attendin...
Wow… I have not blogged for a while. I joined back Oracle last year to work on an exciting new product named OracleManagement Cloud.  Oracle Management Cloud will be unveiled during Oracle World 2015.  If you are attending Oracle Open World 2015, don’t miss the opportunity to...
Are you attending the Akamai Edge 2013  Conference next week (October 7-11) in Washington DC?    Stop by at BMC Booth (#6 in the Exhibition Hall) and learn more about BMC Application Performance Management. You can to speak with application performance experts and v...
Are you attending the Akamai Edge 2013  Conference next week (October 7-11) in Washington DC?    Stop by at BMC Booth (#6 in the Exhibition Hall) and learn more about BMC Application Performance Management. You can to speak with application performance experts and v...
I spoke to a few customers last week about Application Performance Management (APM) and many of them are still confused about the different functionalities offered by APM products, such as transaction tracing and deep-dive monitoring. I will use screens shots from BMC Application Diagn...
Introduction BMC Application Diagnostics is the next generation application deep dive monitoring solution that helps users to proactively diagnose application transaction issues such as slow and failed transactions. BMC Application Diagnostics combined with BMC End User Experience...
BMC Application Diagnostics is the next generation application deep dive monitoring solution that helps users to proactively diagnose application transaction issues such as slow and failed transactions. BMC Application Diagnostics combined with BMC End User Experience Management provid...
When I dropped you off at the school last Friday Your eyes were so bright Face so charming;You told me with your sweet voiceThe weekend plans of your choiceThe ballet class on SaturdayBowling on friend’s birthday;Helping your mom in Christmas shoppingPutting more decorations and ligh...
As an application owner, architect or application support personnel, you want to exceed service levels and avoid costly, reputation-damaging application failures through improved visibility into the end-user experience. The blog discusses some of the top features the new generation...
In the last blog, I discussed the challenges with an APM 1.0 solution.   As an application owner or application support personnel, you want toExceed service levels and avoid costly, reputation-damaging application failures through improved visibility into the end-user experie...
In the last blog, I discussed the challenges with an APM 1.0 solution.   As an application owner or application support personnel, you want toExceed service levels and avoid costly, reputation-damaging application failures through improved visibility into the end-user experie...
In the last blog, I discussed the challenges with an APM 1.0 solution.   As an application owner or application support personnel, you want toExceed service levels and avoid costly, reputation-damaging application failures through improved visibility into the end-user experie...
Customers have been managing application performance since early days of mainframe evolution. However, Application Performance Management as a discipline has gained popularity in the past decade.See my blog in BMC communities for challenges with old generation of APM products.Here is...
I met several customers in the past few weeks who are evaluating Application Performance Management (APM) solution. They are facing a lot of challenges with their existing investments in old generation of APM solution. In this blog, I will outline some of the shortcomings with APM 1.0 ...
I met several customers in the past few weeks who are evaluating Application Performance Management (APM) solution. They are facing a lot of challenges with their existing investments in old generation of APM solution. In this blog, I will outline some of the shortcomings with APM 1.0 ...
I met several customers in the past few weeks who are evaluating Application Performance Management (APM) solution. They are facing a lot of challenges with their existing investments in old generation of APM solution. In this blog, I will outline some of the shortcomings with APM 1.0 ...
I will be at JavaOne next week. I have two sessions at JavaOne this year. Here are the details for these two sessions. Session : BOF6019 - Diagnosing Performance Issues in Cloud-Based Java ApplicationsVenue / Room: Parc 55 - Market StreetDate and Time: 10/2/12, 17:30 - 18:15Session : C...
Cloud computing bubbles are still rising and there is a great hype for Java PaaS. Java PaaS vendors are still growing like mushrooms. Remember the good old early J2EE / EJB 1.0 days! They hold a lot of promise. Are they really ready for deploying enterprise grade applications? I spent ...
I wrote another article outlining some best practices for building cloud based applications. You can read the article at http://www.devx.com/architect/Article/46602?trk=DXRSS_LATESTI am writing this blog using my iPad and blogger is not iPad friendly
I wrote an article Java Cloud Development: What Developers Need to Know at Developer.com. This provides an introduction to Cloud Computing from Java Developers perspective. You can read the article here.
The second edition of EJB 3 In Action was announced recently. Ryan Cuprak joined as a new author of the book. Ryan and Reza are doing most of the work on the book. We have made a lot of changes in the content to include EJB 3.1 and other Java EE features such as CDI.Here is the table ...
I'll be speaking at a webinar Event Processing for Java Developers arranged by Starview Technology, Inc tomorrow (Nov 9) at 10am PST. Register here.
After working for about seven years shaping and evangelizing for a Java Application Server platform and J2EE, I decided to move on. For the last year or so I’ve been spending my energy shaping up the next-generation middleware platform for building, deploying, and managing event-proces...
Oracle Technology Network published sample chapter SOA Management (Oracle Service Bus) of my Middleware Management book.You can access the chapter at http://www.oracle.com/technology/books/pdfs/sample-soa-management.pdfThis book covers management of both Oracle Fusion Middleware (WebLo...
There was an interesting blog from SAP CTO “Freedom of Java”! He has a very absurd comparison of freeing Java from Sun/Oracle’s clout with falling of Berlin wall. Should we free Java from Sun? My answer is an emphatic No! I have been a Java enthusiast for about a decade. Although I n...
I coauthored another book Middleware Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager with Arvind Maheshwari. This covers managing both Oracle Fusion Middleware and non-Oracle Middleware such as IBM WebSphere, JBoss, Microsoft Middleware with Oracle Enterprise Manager.
I'm co-presenting with my co-author (EJB 3 In Action) Reza Rahman on JPA Application Tuning. Here are details for the talk:TS-3977 -Keeping a Relational Perspective for Optimizing the Java™ Persistence API Thursday June 04 4:10 PM - 5:10 PM Hall E 134If you are attending JavaOne t...
I'm not a Quartz expert but I keep on getting emails with Quartz questions as one of my blog was published as a featured article at TheServerSide.com 4-5 years back. I got some questions on using Quartz on WebLogic Server recently. I modified the original example to run on WebLogic Ser...
SOA World published an article on BPEL Management written by me with Arvind Maheshwari.You can read the article: Managing Complexity with BPEL Management!
One of my friends commented: “Java is no longer cool! Not hot either! What is the current state of enterprise Java?” First it was .Net and then came a bonanza of scripting languages such as Ruby. All these technologies were there to eclipse the popularity of Java and J2EE. The hypes f...
I got a question from a customer that he wants to use EJBContext from an EJB 3 Interceptor. Yes, it’s very simple. Just inject the EJBContext into the interceptor using @Resource injection.See the example code that uses methods of SessionContext as follows: package actionbazaar.b...
I’ve two sessions at Oracle Open World 2008, San Francisco. Here are my session details: S298520 : Best Practices for Managing Your Oracle WebLogic Environment with Oracle Enterprise ManagerTrack: Application Server and Transaction ProcessingRoom: Rm 2006Date: 2008-09-22Start ...
If you enjoy reading online then it's a good news for readers of EJB 3 in Action. It is now available online at Safari
Doug Clarke has written a nice article that introduces EclipseLink.
I recently got some questions from customers about the procedure for deploying EJB 3 Session Bean Web service in WebLogic 10. In this blog, I will outline the steps.First develop your EJB3 session bean web service as follows: @WebService(name="PlaceBid", serviceName="PlaceBidSe...
Finally I was able to complete porting of all book examples of EJB 3 In Action to run on WebLogic Server.You can download these from hereThese contain a host of examples on EJB 3, JPA, Web Services and Spring Framework. Now we have complete examples for four servers: Glassfish, OC4J, ...
I wrote a Reference Card on EJB 3 Dependency Injection for Developer Zone. This is a quick reference card that describes metadata annotations and XML descriptor elements that you use for injecting resources and services. You can access this reference card for free from Developer ...
In my previous blog, I made the code examples available for first four chapters of EJB 3 In Action for WebLogic 10. However I did not provide you instructions to run these examples (Chapter 2-4) for WebLogic 10. Chapter 2 example has a stateless session bean, stateful session bea...