Virtual Developer Day: Rich Enterprise Applications

Many enterprises are reducing travel, conference and training budgets for their Java developers without any change in expectation for the results those developers must deliver. How can you keep up? By leveraging a cloud development environment for virtual hands-on training on Java and Rich Enterprise Applications—all on your terms and schedule.

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Rich Enterprise Applications
Presenters: Ted Farrell, Steve Harris
Keynote Replay, REA Microsite on AWS EC2
Consumer web and mobile technologies are setting high standards for what end users expect from enterprise applications, increasing the gap between complexity of technology and the time in which IT has to deliver. These trends are redefining the role of the enterprise developer and increasing the pressure to adopt new methods of collaborating, learning, implementing and deploying next-generation technology. Learn about Oracle's vision on how you can rapidly create rich user interfaces and build scalable, collaborative Web 2.0 style enterprise applications with technologies that include AJAX, Java Server Faces, and Flash.

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Building REA in the Cloud
Presenters: Pieter Humphrey, Oracle and Mike Culver, Amazon
View: Part 1 - 32MB, 51 minutes
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Join Mike Culver and Pieter Humphrey for demos of how to connect to the Hands on Lab environment used for this event. You'll learn how the cloud is introducing a new model for Fusion Middleware development environment provisioning, as well as an alternative deployment model for the enterprise. We'll examining the methodology behind the construction of, and the protoype development environment used for the virtual hands on labs.

REA and Web 2.0 Development Made Simple
Presenter: Shay Shmeltzer, Oracle
View: Part 1 - 42MB, 48 minutes
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Learn the easy way to create Rich Internet Applications based on the JSF standard. This session introduces you to Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client - a set of over a 150 Ajax enabled JSF components. See a declarative and visual approach to developing interactive Web User Interfaces incorporating Ajax and Flash capabilities. The session will show you how to layout a page template, bind data to rich components and add graphs and maps to visualize your data.


A Java Developer's introduction to Data Grids
Presenter: Rob Misek, Oracle
View: Part 1 - 29MB, 26 minutes, Part 2 - 14MB, 13 minutes
Download: Part 1 - 29MB, 26 minutes, Part 2 - 14MB, 13 minutes
Java cache-based infrastructures are being developed, deployed and used to achieve unlimited application scalability and continuous availability. Understanding the mechanics, APIs and usage patterns of products like Oracle Coherence ensures that your organization is getting the maximum possible performance for your application and making best use of cutting edge capabilities like clustered caching. This presentation introduces on how products like Oracle Coherence can be used to cache enable your Java.

Oracle's Vision, Strategy, and Road Map for User Interaction
Presenter: Vince Casarez, Oracle
View: Part 1 - 24MB, 27 minutes, Part 2 - 23MB, 25 minutes
Download: Part 1 - 24MB, 27 minutes, Part 2 - 23MB, 25 minutes
The road map of Oracle WebCenter promises breakthrough capabilities and services for achieving higher levels of personal and team productivity throughout your enterprise. Topics covered in this presentation include using Oracle WebCenter to integrate new composite UIs into your service-oriented architecture. Attend this session to learn how your developers and knowledge workers can work together to create and evolve more-effective social networks.


Oracle WebLogic Server: Introduction and Roadmap
Presenter: Mark Prichard, Oracle
View: Part 1 - 47MB, 32 minutes, Part 2 - 32MB, 22 minutes
Download: Part 1 - 47MB, 32 minutes, Part 2 - 32MB, 22 minutes
Oracle WebLogic Server is the industry's leading application server for building enterprise-class, mission-critical Java applications and offers a rich set of functionality for both developers and administrators. This session provides an overview of Oracle WebLogic Server concepts, and discusses the road map for the Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Server infrastructure, explaining Oracle's current offerings post-BEA-acquisition and where the product is headed.

Top 10 Productivity Tools for Java Developers on Oracle WebLogic Server 10gR3
Presenter: Mark Prichard, Oracle
View: Part 1 - 40MB, 21 minutes, Part 2 - 57MB, 32 minutes
Download: Part 1 - 40MB, 21 minutes, Part 2 - 57MB, 32 minutes
Oracle WebLogic Server 10.3 introduces an extensive set of new capabilities aimed directly at making the Java developer more productive when rapidly and iteratively developing rich internet applications. This session highlights the top 10 capabilities that will improve a Java developers working on WebLogic Server include features such as deep Spring framework integration and support, fast Java class swapping, deployment plans, HTTP pub-sub capabilities for Web 2.0 development, sophisticated debugging and end-to-end updates for Java EE 5.0 development. Learn what's new and see it in action in this demonstration centric session.


Nonintrusive Profiling and Diagnostics with Oracle JRockit Mission Control
Presenters: Marcus Hirt, Oracle
View: Part 1 - 60MB, 30 minutes, Part 2 - 15MB, 8 minutes
Download: Part 1 - 60MB, 30 minutes, Part 2 - 15MB, 8 minutes
Oracle JRockit Mission Control is a low-overhead diagnostics and profiling tools suite used to solve both development time and production time issues. The latest version is available both as a standalone RCP application, included with the Oracle JRockit JDK, and as a set of Eclipse plug-ins for installation in your Eclipse IDE. This session looks at monitoring and diagnostics, various types of profiling (including latency analysis), as well as memory leak hunting and production time online heap inspection.



Cloud Development Environment: Hands-on Labs

An Amazon Web Services account is required for hands-on lab access. Please note that charges incurred after May 29, 2009 are the account holder's responsibility.

 Start Here: AWS Setup & Instructions Wiki

Building Rich Internet Applications with JSF and Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client Components
Build a rich user interface for a Web application, using Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client Components. See how these rich components let you add Ajax capabilities to your Web applications in a declarative way. Learn about the different types of components and how they can be used to create innovative user interfaces.

Download: Hands-on Lab Manual
Building and Deploying Applications with Oracle WebLogic Server 10.3
Explore series of hands-on exercises with Oracle WebLogic Server, using the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse plug-ins. Work with new Oracle WebLogic Server features such as the redesigned Oracle WebLogic Console, FastSwap, Application Upgrade, visual Oracle WebLogic XML editing, running/debugging applications on the server, and new Java EE 5 JAX-WS Web services tooling.

Download: Hands-on Lab Manual
JVM Diagnostics with Oracle JRockit Mission Control
In this lab session, you will be guided through a series of hands-on excercises with Oracle JRockit Mission Control. You wil apply it's technology to a set of problems, including monitoring, performance tuning, and memory leak resolution.

Download: Hands-on Lab Manual
Using Oracle Coherence with JPA
Build a real-life Oracle Coherence data grid that is loaded and backed by EclipseLink's persistence services JPA implementation.

Download: Hands-on Lab Manual


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