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February 2019

 
 



Dear PaaS Partner Community

We are excited to announce Amit Zavery EVP Fusion Middleware & PaaS and Andrew Sutherland SVP Systems & Technology as keynote speakers of emerging PaaS Partner Community Forum 2019. Attend this one week conference for cutting-edge software consultants, engineers and enterprise-level professionals to get the latest Oracle cloud services updates. You can choose between six different tracks Enterprise Integration & Process, Application Development with Microservices, Containers and Serverless, Innovate, extend and integrate SaaS, Development tools, digital assistant & DevOps Innovation with blockchain, machine learning, IoT & content and Best practices from partners & ACE team. The conference takes place in Majorca Spain from April 8th – 10th and hands-on trainings on April 11th & 12th 2019. For details please visit the registration page here

In case you can’t make it to Spain attend one of our upcoming workshops to Innovate, extend and integrate SaaS in Utrecht, Espoo, Palma, Riyadh and London.

Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: Build Your First Integration & Understanding Mapping Optional Elements in OIC Integration & Integration Cloud / HCM Integration & HCM adapter in depth & Changing views on integration – from Enterprise Service Bus to API Gateway, Serverless and iPaaS & Oracle Integration Cloud REST API to get the Integration Statistics & ApiaryUI & On Line Training – API Driven Architecture & Redaction policy in Oracle API Cloud Service  & FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage Integrations with Connections & Oracle SOA Cloud Service: using Rest API to start and stop instances & Custom rate-limiting policy for OSB services.

In the process we offer a free on-demand training to introduce the Decision Model (DMN) notation and Jan calls a structured process from a case.

Thanks to the community for sharing all the innovation articles: Another blockchain: installing Ethereum on Oracle Cloud & Sending Data from Oracle IoT to a Mobile Device Using Node.js & Five Ways Blockchain Is Changing Higher Ed.

For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The February edition highlights the emerging PaaS Partner Community Forum, Innovate, extend & Integrate and Digital Assistant hands-on trainings. This month’s community webcast will be an update on HCM integration please join our monthly PaaS Partner Community Webcast – February 27th 2019.

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

 

Jürgen Kress

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Table of Contents Table of Content
Announcements & Community Section
> PaaS Partner Community Forum 2019 April 8th-10th 2019 Spain
> Innovate, extend and integrate SaaS hands-on trainings for SaaS partners in Utrecht, Espoo and Palma
> PaaS Partner Community Webcast February 27th 2019
> PaaS Partner YouTube Update February 2019
> Oracle Developer Meetups in Utrecht, Istanbul, Lille, Brussels, London, Lisbon, Madrid, Cologne and Oslo
> PaaS free trial accounts ICS, SOA CS, API CS, PCS, IoT and PaaS for SaaS
Integration Section
> Build Your First Integration
> Understanding Mapping Optional Elements in OIC Integration
> Integration Cloud / HCM Integration & HCM adapter in depth
> Changing views on integration – from Enterprise Service Bus to API Gateway, Serverless and iPaaS
> Oracle Integration Cloud REST API to get the Integration Statistics
> ApiaryUI
> On Line Training – API Driven Architecture
> Redaction policy in Oracle API Cloud Service
> FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage Integrations with Connections
> Oracle SOA Cloud Service: using Rest API to start and stop instances
> Custom rate-limiting policy for OSB services
Business Process Management Section
> Oracle Dynamic Process Calling Structured Process Caveat
> Create a Decision Model for Your Business Process
Architecture & User Experience & Innovation Section
> Another blockchain: installing Ethereum on Oracle Cloud
> Sending Data from Oracle IoT to a Mobile Device Using Node.js
> Five Ways Blockchain Is Changing Higher Ed
Additional new material PaaS Community
> Top tweets PaaS Partner Community – February 2019
> Training Calendar PaaS Partner Community
> My private Corner – prepare the demo!
 
 
 

Announcements & Community Section


 
 

emerging PaaS Partner Community Forum 2019 April 8th-10th 2019 Spain


PaaS Partner The conference for Oracle PaaS & SaaS Partners

The Oracle emerging PaaS Partner Community Forum is a one week conference for cutting-edge software consultants, engineers and enterprise-level professionals. The #PaaSForum brings together partners who innovate SaaS and the world’s leading Oracle PaaS experts in the fields of integration, API management, process management, microservices & serverless, machine learning, digital assistant, content management and Blockchain.

Speakers:

Location

For a complete list of speakers and the latest updates please see the conference program here.

Location & Schedule:
Meliá Calviá Beach
Carrer Violeta, 1, 07181 Andratx, Illes Balears, Spain
April 8th to April 12th 2019

For details please visit the registration page here.

 

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Innovate, extend and integrate SaaS hands-on trainings for SaaS partners in Utrecht, Espoo, Palma, Riyadh and Reading


Oracle Paas

Are you working on Oracle SaaS implementations and want to integrate and extend them using PaaS?

Attend our 2 days hands-on training to understand how use Oracle PaaS service like Oracle Integration Cloud, Oracle Mobile Cloud Enterprise & Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service in combination with Oracle SaaS solutions like Oracle ERP Cloud & Oracle Engagement Cloud.  This session goes through extending SaaS services with PaaS.

The training is most suitable for developer and consultants who are trying to use SaaS and PaaS together. Though the example use case uses some basic banking services, methodology used in the use case is applicable to any domain having similar requirements.

We offer an all new innovate, extend and integrate SaaS hands-on training for partners. For details please visit the registration pages:

For additional information please see the integrate SaaS partner resource kit here.

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Integrate HCM Clout with Oracle Integration Cloud - PaaS Partner Community Webcast February 27th 2019


Webcast

Attend our February edition of the PaaS Partner Community Webcast live on February 27th 2019.

Integrate HCM Cloud (global hr, talent management, workforce rewards, workforce management, work life)
Oracle Integration eliminates barriers between business applications through a combination of machine learning, embedded best-practice guidance, prebuilt integration, and process automation. Oracle Integration is unique in the market by leveraging Oracle application expertise to build an extensive library of adapters to Oracle and 3rd party SaaS and on-premises applications to enable you to deliver new business services faster. For more information please visit www.tinyurl.com/integrateSaaS

Presenter: Niall Commiskey
Director Product Management

Visit the registration page here.

Call ID: 5566478 and Passcode: 264331
UK: +44 (0) 208 118 1001 & United States: 140 877 440 73
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Schedule:
Wednesday February 27th 2019 16:00-17:00 CET
Watch live here

Missed our PaaS Partner Community Webcast? – watch the on-demand versions:

For the latest information please visit Community Updates Wiki page (Community membership required).

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PaaS Partner YouTube Update February 2019


Webcast

The February edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three topics:
• emerging PaaS Partner Community Forum 2019
• Digital assistant and Innovate SaaS hands-on trainings
• HCM integratation

For regular updates please subscribe to our YouTube channel here. Thanks for your likes and sharing the video on YouTube and LinkedIn. For the latest PaaS Community information please visit our Community update wiki here (Community membership required).

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Oracle Developer Meetups in Utrecht, Istanbul, Lille, Brussels, London, Lisbon, Madrid, Cologne and Oslo


Want to learn more about developing Enterprise-grade Cloud Native applications on the Oracle Cloud Platform, covering topics like Microservices Architecture, developing in Node, Python and PHP, using Low Code development tools to build Mobile apps, and much more? Join the Oracle Developer Meetup groups if you want to follow Oracle’s solutions in this area, or participate in the events and hands-on labs we organize:

Meetups

Please let us know in case you want to run an event at one of this location or you want to start your local meetup. We are looking forward to support you and sponsor the event with pizza and beer!

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PaaS free trial accounts ICS, SOA CS, API CS, PCS, IoT and PaaS for SaaS


Paas free trial

As part of our communities we do offer free PaaS accounts (only for partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa. In case you are not part of EMEA please contact your local partner manager):

Questions? Feel free to contact our Facebook chatbot - send us a message here.

Watch the GSE Overview Video! Get an overview of what GSE is and how you can use GSE to help you sell. You can also get long running dedicated PaaS instances, therefore please send us details about your use cases. For instant access please request a sandbox demo

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Integration Section


 

Build Your First Integration free on-demand training


build integrations

Learn how to build integrations that connect your cloud, on-premises, and SaaS applications in Oracle Integration. Discover the basics of defining connections and integrations. Use the mapper to move data between applications. Then, activate and monitor your integration.

Before You Begin: Get what you need: access to Oracle Integration, sign-in credentials, and some exploration skills.

In this learning path, you'll build connections, define triggers and invokes, and map data between your applications to create your first integration in Oracle Integration.

Get Access to Oracle Integration: To complete this learning path, you need:

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Understanding Mapping Optional Elements in OIC Integration by Jan Kettenis


OIC Integrations

There are some easy to make mistakes to make when mapping messages with optional elements in OIC Integrations. This article describes how optional elements are being handled, and a way to make this work the way you want.

OIC Integration handles optional elements the same for both XML as well as JSON based elements, including mapping from XML to JSON and vise verse. The reason being that internally OIC will map JSON to XML. The examples hereafter therefore are based on XML. I will discuss the examples on the following XSD that is used in an integration that maps all elements 1:1 and echoes the result back. Read the complete article here.

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Integration Cloud / HCM Integration & HCM adapter in depth by Niall Commiskey


integrating

I have been looking at integrating with Oracle HCM recently.
As a neophyte in respect of HCM, I first began by looking at what it actually contains -
Global HR is the core solution. From the docs A unified HR system in the cloud lets you eliminate disparate systems and align your HR processes and reporting worldwide—ensuring HR process and data consistency. To ensure efficient local operations, features such as entire system translations, data protection support, local business rules, country payrolls, and compliance reporting are crucial. Highly configurable processes are also needed to simplify quick adaptation to legislative and organizational changes—without causing disruption to your business. 

Inbound Integration support within Oracle HCM.

Oracle HCM comes with a plethora of pre-built integration capabilities e.g.
HCM Data Loader: HCM Data Loader is a powerful tool for bulk-loading and maintaining data. The data can be from any source. You can use HCM Data Loader for data migration, ongoing maintenance of HCM data, and coexistence scenarios, where core HR data is uploaded regularly. Read the complete article here.

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Changing views on integration – from Enterprise Service Bus to API Gateway, Serverless and iPaaS by Lucas Jellema


Tool is  a hammer

If your tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. Many of us have seen situations where this tunnel vision over time took hold. And for many of us involved in integration, this also has happened. In this article I want to briefly draw your attention to changing views regarding integration and regarding the technology for realizing integration. Important triggers for these changing views include cloud, web scale, new type of user interaction, IoT and real time, serverless – and real life experiences with enterprise integration.

From the early 2000s when we started doing enterprise integration in earnest, we talked about the many integration patterns – synchronous and asynchronous, batch and trickle feed and many more – and primarily the ESB pattern. The enterprise service bus, that magic black box with all its connectors that you could simply plug into and that made integration of any system to any other system a simple goal to achieve. And from that somewhat theoretical approach, we then got real ESB products – tools that fulfilled that role of connecting any to any system. Not always as magically as theory had suggested, but still – we most of the times got it to work. Frequently based on XML and SOAP + WS=* based Web Services and with complex products running on massive application servers. In my case the primary technology was Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus; comparable products were available from IBM, Microsoft, Tibco, SAP, JBoss, MuleSoft and others. SOA was the architecture style we embraced – with decoupling as the holy grail and important tenets like encapsulation, autonomy, abstraction, statelessness, reusability and the standardized service contract.

And with the integration platform in our hands, almost any data flow seemed a challenge we could nail. The capability to quickly implement a flow from A to B through the ESB product lured us into implementing many different kinds of flows on that platform. Our hammer struck again and again. From “simple UI needs some data elements from a backend database” to “documents arrive on FTP endpoint and have to be stored in document management system” – any arrow between two blocks on a diagram became an ESB subject. Read the complete article here.

 

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Oracle Integration Cloud REST API to get the Integration Statistics by Ankur Jain


Oracle Integration

Oracle Integration cloud provides a rich monitoring dashboard to see the Integration statistics. But there is a limitation that statistics can't be downloaded from the dashboard in any format (XLS, pdf etc.). To overcome this limitation Oracle Integration Cloud provides RESTFul APIs which provides the statistics of each and every running integration.
In this article, we'll demonstrate how to use Integration Cloud REST API to retrieve monitoring integrations as well as how to generate excel sheet using java code.<

Below is the REST API details which is used to retrieve monitoring integrations: Read the complete article here.

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ApiaryUI by Vladimir Gorej


ApiaryUI

After months of hard work and burning the midnight oil I am very proud to announce ApiaryUI - our brand new, fully rethought, and refactored version of our existing Interactive Documentation.

We already gave ApiaryUI to our betatesters as a Christmas gift. We are now making it available for everyone, but before it will become THE API documentation, we want to hear from you.

ApiaryUI is implemented in a way that allows complete separation from apiary.io and possibly forming a new standalone product in the future. Some features from our existing documentation product are still missing in ApiaryUI. We’ll implement them as soon as possible. These features include:

Other features everyone asked for in existing documentation product were implemented to ApiaryUI. This includes the ones that we’re highlighting in the rest of the article. We’ve also managed to fix tonnes of existing bugs in our new ApiaryUI.

As the architecture of ApiaryUI is very simple and solid, we are able to add new features and fix bugs at a rapid pace. Our extensive suite of unit, integration and e2e tests are helping with that. Read the complete article here.

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On Line Training – API Driven Architecture by Phil Wilkins


online training

Last night we presented our online training. Things went well until near the end where for some reason voice and video dropped for no apparent reason. Our coordinator Lindsay kept the recording going and soon as we reconnected I continued the session and went through the Q&A.

So if you missed the end of the end of the training, please do check back with the recording.

For those on the training will have seen at the start of the training links to my social media profile, so happy to try respond to any further questions.

We are also scheduled to run the session again in a month or so.

One of the questions received during the session I thought worth mentioning was when would Apiary support Open API 3.0. Well according to their blog very soon, looking forward to it as the OAS 3 does look a little cleaner. Read the complete article here.

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Redaction policy in Oracle API Cloud Service by Ankur Jain


Oracle API CS offers an inbuilt feature to limit or remove the certain fields and headers which is the part of request and response payload. This policy is called Redaction policy. The policy can be used in both request and response pipeline.

In the request pipeline, headers, queries and payload content can be controlled before the backend service is invoked. Similarly, in the response pipeline, headers, queries and payload content can be controlled before the response sent to the consumer.

Let's see how to apply the redaction policy in request and response pipeline separately.To complete this article, we'll assume one service is already configured in the Oracle API CS. If not, kindly follow the blog Let suppose, one API configured is in the API CS with the below request and response. Read the complete article here.

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FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage Integrations with Connections by Dan Reynebeau


Integration Cloud

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) provides the ability to develop an integration in the cloud.  The integration can connect cloud and/or on-premise applications, however, these integrations are maintained directly in the cloud and not in any Source Code Management (SCM) system.  Deploying an integration from one OIC instance to another OIC instance is a manual process. It requires exporting an integration from one instance and importing that integration into the next instance.  In addition, the associated connections must be sync’d between instances.  Due to the manual nature of managing the integrations, there is very limited delivery lifecycle management.

FlexDeploy provides build, deploy, release automation and delivery lifecycle management to eliminate the manual deployment process and easily show what integration version is in which environment.  In this blog, we will show how to configure FlexDeploy to

  • communicate with an OIC instance
  • export/import an integration
  • manage the associated connections in a single operation to simplify the integration deployment
FlexDeploy Configuration

The configuration starts with the creation of several topology components such as environments, instances and endpoints.  I won’t cover the creation of these components however each of the links will provide the user guide pages for each component.  Once the topology components are created and associated with each other, the environment/instances will be created on the topology overview and allow configuration of each environment/instance combination.  This will be the main configuration to be able to communicate with the OIC instance.  Select Topology->Topology Overview.  The page will show a colored circle per environment with red meaning not configured to green meaning fully configured. Read the complete article here.

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Oracle SOA Cloud Service: using Rest API to start and stop instances by Eduardo Barra Cordeiro


Cloud Rest API

In this article, Qualogy's Eduardo Cordeiro shares some tips about how to use Oracle Cloud Rest API to start and stop your SOA CS stack. This article is based on the official Oracle cloud documentation.

Use case
Even though you can always use the cloud dashboard console to control your cloud instances, it is useful to have some scripts scheduled to start and stop when you want to save your credits, mainly for non-production environment. If you want to keep your instances up only 5 days a week, 8h per day (not 24x7), you are probably searching for a way to automate this process.

Using Rest API to manage SOA Cloud Service instances
In the Oracle documentation you will find all the available commands that can be executed to manage your instances. In this post I will use start and stop commands only. Additional to that, I will share how to start/stop your databases in the cloud. The standard URL that you will use to execute your commands on SOA CS instances is: Read the complete article here.

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Custom rate-limiting policy for OSB services by Hugo Hendriks


limiting policy

A rate limiting policy is a policy which you can configure so that certain clients can only make a certain amount of calls on your service. For example you can make it SLA based. Another benefit is that you can prevent clients to flood your service which requests which can overload a backend system. This could be accidental or it might be on purpose (DDOS attack). Most API platforms like Mulesoft, Dell Boomi and Oracle API Platform Cloud Service have these out-of-the-box but the On-Prem version of SOA Suite doesn’t come out of the box with such a policy. Time to make one of our own.

Implementation
In a previous post, I created a policy which could send data to an Elastic stack. See here. Again we are going to create a custom policy to check if a certain type of IP isn’t doing too much calls within 1 minute.

I am going to re-use the BaseAssertionExecutor of last time and make a new implementation. I am going to make the amount of calls configurable. So every unique IP can a certain amount of calls per minute. For easy testing purposes, my default is 10. See here the code for my RateLimitingAssertionExecutor: Read the complete article here.

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Oracle Dynamic Process Calling Structured Process Caveat by Jan Kettenis

Dynamic Process

When implementing a Dynamic Process, there currently are three options to implement a case activity: Human Task, Service (or Integration), and Process. At least up to version 18.4.5.0.0 there is limitation when defining the interface in case of a Process Activity making that you cannot use a Business Type which is based on an XSD element, which on its turn in based on a complexType. The below describes the problem you will run into, and a suggestion of how to work-around this.

When developing XSD's for web services you may have developed the practice of defining a complexType with an element based on that complexType, for example as in the below XSD. Reason could be that you developed with the (on-premise) SOA or BPM Suite and found this to give the best flexibility, especially when integrating with Oracle Business Rules. Read the complete article here.

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Create a Decision Model for Your Business Process free online training

decisions

In business, decisions are everywhere. Should this loan application or document change be approved? Should emergency vehicles be dispatched to this incident? How many bonus shopping points is this shopping cart worth?

  • Have you ever left your house and wished you were better prepared for the weather?

    In this learning path, you'll build a decision model that makes the decision for you. You'll create a simple process application that asks you to input the current temperature and the chance of rain. Based on the forecast, the application decides whether you should bring:
  • An umbrella, for warm and rainy weather
  • A raincoat, for cold and rainy weather
  • An overcoat, for cold and dry weather
  • Nothing, for warm and dry weather
  • Attend the training here.

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Architecture & User Experience & Innovation

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Another blockchain: installing Ethereum on Oracle Cloud by Lonneke Dikmans

MultiChain

After installing MultiChain on Oracle Compute Cloud, and playing around with HyperLedger on the Oracle Blockchain Cloud service, I now ran into a case where Ethereum was used.

This blog post describes how I installed a Ethereum node on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Prerequisites

  • An account on Oracle Cloud with Administrator rights
  • You have generated an ssh key-pair
  • You are logged in to your cloud account
Create Compartment
Create a compartment with the name Ethereum to separate this from your other infrastructure. You can find this under "Identity".

Create a Virtual Cloud Network
  1. Navigate to Virtual Cloud Network, by selecting Network from the Menu
  2. Select the compartment you just created
  3. Click "Create Virtual Cloud Network"
  • The compartment will default to the compartment you just selected
  • Name: ethereum-network
  • select "Create Virtual Cloud Network plus related resources" to quickly get up and running
  • Click "Create"
A dialog is displayed that shows you what has been created, after a few seconds.

Create compute nodes
For this example I will create 3 nodes on 3 separate VMs. Read the complete article here.

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Sending Data from Oracle IoT to a Mobile Device Using Node.js

Cloud Service

In this learning path, you will create a Node.js application to integrate Oracle IoT Cloud Service and Oracle Mobile Cloud Service. Take the course here.

Five Ways Blockchain Is Changing Higher Ed
For one, blockchain’s ability to manage, share, and protect digital content makes it ideal for helping researchers and educators create intellectual property, share it, and still control the way it’s used. Professors, for instance, could be rewarded based on the actual use, and reuse, of their teaching materials, much as how they’re rewarded based on citations in research papers and journals. Four more advantages.

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Additional new content PaaS Partner Community

  • Oracle’s Formula for Cloud Success On Oracle’s second-quarter earnings call, Oracle Executive Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison emphasized that two strategic initiatives would determine Oracle’s success: the cloud-based Oracle Autonomous Database, which provides “the largest technology lead we have ever enjoyed over our database competitors since we entered the database market almost four decades ago,” and its two cloud-based enterprise resource planning suites. What else did Ellison say?

  • Enterprise IT Will Be 80% Cloud by 2025 The reasoning behind Oracle’s prediction is that newer, enterprise-grade cloud architectures, plus the extreme automation of platforms such as Oracle Autonomous Database, will multiply the cost savings of the cloud while letting enterprise IT meet its other commitments to the business. Performance and security that real businesses demand.

  • Secrets to Building Blockchain, IoT, and Other Developer Demos “The idea was to build a demo to show all of the Oracle Supply Chain applications that will be used for working with a manufacturing plant or in the manufacturing process,” explains Jasper Potts, speaking at Oracle OpenWorld Europe in London. The secrets.

  • The Next 30 Years: How to Survive Disruption “The bad is that everything is broken and we all know it. The good is that it’s fixable,” said futurist Mark Stevenson at Oracle OpenWorld London. “The ugly is that it’s going to get messy as the old world dies and a new one has to be built.” One secret to survival? Getting help from people who understand technology. More of his top advice.

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Top tweets PaaS Partner Community February 2019


tweets

February 2019 top tweets by PaaSCommunity
Send your tweets @soacommunity #PaaSCommunity and follow us at http://twitter.com/soacommunity. Make sure you share your content with the community!




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Training Calendar emerging PaaS Partner Community

For the latest trainings please visit our PaaS Partner Trainings wiki (community membership required) feel free to add your offerings!

Training Highlight emerging PaaS Partner Community Forum 2019

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My private Corner – prepare the demo!



My  private Corner

Every year we prepare a new demo for the #PaaSForum. During the 2017 conference in Split #BanditCloudExpert approved, based on Oracle Process Cloud, Jean-Marcs keynote. Last year in Budapest we took care of an Easter bunny. In this case solution we adapted a bunny and feed it. The goal of the demonstration is to proof innovation of the Oracle Cloud platform and to have some fun! Proof of concepts and rapid prototypes are the key in a sales process. The Oracle cloud enables you as a partner to deliver customer value within minutes & days. What will we present 2019? Join the emerging PaaS Partner Community Forum in Majorca and find out!  #jkwc

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