Oracle Develop Hands On Labs
- High-Performance Database Applications Using Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database
- Oracle Fusion Applications Development Experience: An Oracle ADF Overview
- Build a Custom Portal with Oracle WebCenter
- Building High-Performance Data Grids with Oracle Coherence
- Total Oracle WebLogic Server Development with Eclipse, Maven, and Hudson
- Complex Event Processing and Business Activity Monitoring Best Practices
- Hands-on Introduction to Integration and Oracle SOA Suite 11g
- Hands-on Introduction to Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g
This is hands-on lab will explore developing database applications using Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database and Oracle In-Memory Database Cache. Attendees will learn how to:
- Use PL/SQL with Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database to improve application response time
- Leverage Oracle In-Memory Database Cache to improve response time and transaction throughput of Web applications
- Configure a cache grid for a subset of the Oracle Database tables in an in-memory database cache grid to improve application response time and scalability
Attendees may choose from a list of exercises ranging from beginning to advanced levels.
In this hands-on lab, see how Oracle JDeveloper, together with Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), simplifies enterprise application development. Build reusable business services accessing your database, and then create rich internet applications fronting these components.
In this hands-on lab, you will use the latest version of Oracle WebCenter and Oracle JDeveloper to build out the structure of a custom portal without coding a single line of Java. You will work in both design time and runtime to understand page hierarchies, pages, page styles, and page templates. You will also use Oracle Composer and other Oracle WebCenter components to build out the pages.
Oracle Coherence is an in-memory data grid solution that enables organizations to predictably scale mission-critical applications by providing fast access to frequently used data. This hands-on lab provides a quick hands-on technical ramp-up on the Oracle Coherence product features and APIs. You will learn via a collection of examples that show basic data access, data loading, parallel querying, event notification, and concurrent parallel processing--all this with standard Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) and the Oracle Coherence JAR file.
In this hands-on lab for professional Eclipse Java developers, Oracle product experts discuss the rich set of plug-ins and tooling available in the latest version of Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse to simplify and speed up enterprise Java development with Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g. The lab shows you how to configure and use powerful Eclipse plug-ins from Oracle to develop, build, and deploy with Maven and Hudson for continuous build integration and also how to use tools such as the Oracle WebLogic class loader analysis tool, Oracle JRockit Mission Control, and Oracle WebLogic Server's diagnostic framework feature for total visibility into and control of your applications' runtime performance.
This hands-on lab shows how to construct event-driven architecture and complex event processing applications with recommended common Continuous Query Language (CQL) usage patterns, using the comprehensive development, deployment, and testing environment of Oracle Complex Event Processing. You will enhance the application with additional functionality integrated with Oracle Business Activity Monitoring and monitor its performance, using the visualizer user interface tooling. The session provides a solid foundation and introduction for architects and developers investigating and implementing event-driven-architecture enterprise solutions.
This very simple hands-on lab provides a guided tour of Oracle SOA Suite 11g and its graphical development and monitoring tools. First it involves building from scratch a very simple integration scenario, extracting information from a file to insert it in a database. The second step is to submit this action to human approval, demonstrating how Oracle SOA Suite can seamlessly orchestrate systems, such as databases and ERP systems, and people. This lab is for architects, developers, and system administrators with very little or no prior experience with Oracle SOA Suite who are interested in learning about the product and its base capabilities.
Attend this lab session to get a hands-on introduction to the new features in Oracle Business Process Management 11g. It will walk you through the different phases in the lifecycle of creating a BPM application, including modeling, simulation, deployment, execution, and monitoring. Participants will live the experience of different personas, using advanced BPM capabilities and features such as Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) 2.0, multiprocess simulation, advanced human workflow approval patterns, and callout to business rules. Come and learn about the future of BPM.