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Official and supported Docker images for Oracle Linux

Good timing!  Oracle releases official and supported Docker images for Oracle Linux.  Read about it here: https://blogs.oracle.com/linux/entry/oracle_linux_images_for_docker

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Getting to know Docker – a better way to do virtualization?

In this post, with guest co-writers Edwin Biemond (@biemond) and Joel Nation (@joelith), we will explore virtualization with Docker.  You may have heard of Docker, it is getting a lot of interest lately, especially with the recent announcement that Google … Continue reading

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SOA 12c Maven demonstration from OpenWorld 2014

Here is a copy of the SOA 12c Maven demonstration that Robert Wunderlich and I gave at OpenWorld this year:

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Groovy scripting in BPM 12c with Christopher Chan

My friend Christopher Chan posted a blog article on the A-Team Chronicles about using Groovy in BPM 12c. It includes a tutorial that you can work though to learn how to use BPM Groovy Scripting to help with a complex … Continue reading

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Adding an ADF Human Task User Interface to our SOA Maven build

With the new Maven support in 12c, it is much simpler now to include our ADF projects in our SOA Application build.  Continuing on from this earlier post, we will now add the ADF project. You can do this by … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration without SNAPSHOTs

Maven includes a feature called SNAPSHOT which allows you to tell Maven that a particular artifact is a “work in progress”, not a finished version.  This also acts as a hint to let Maven know that it should pick up … Continue reading

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Adding a Human Task to our SOA Maven Build

In this post, we will make our SOA Application slightly more interesting, and see what we need to do to build it with Maven.  The logical next thing to add is a component that depends on MDS, so we can … Continue reading

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