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Tag Archives: Performance
If you have a number of WebLogic Server instances running, or applications that write a lot of information into the logs, you might find that your log files, and your stdout files start to eat up a lot of space … Continue reading
I am happy to announce our new BPM 11g Performance Tuning whitepaper is now available on OTN (here). This white paper captures real world best practices from actual performance tuning exercises across many real BPM implementations – that’s ‘best practices’ … Continue reading
The long awaited whitepaper on purging SOA/BPM 11g databases by Michael Bousamra with Deepak Arora and Sai Sudarsan Pogaru has been released and is available here. I recommend you take a look!
Update: When I initially published this post, I was relying on information from a single source inside Oracle, however since publishing it, I have been discussing the content further with other sources in the Oracle community, and in the course … Continue reading
My colleague Sushil Shukla and I have just published our BPM 10g Performance Tuning whitepaper on the Oracle BPM website, you can access the PDF directly here. The whitepaper covers topics like: Environment considerations Application design considerations Tuning the BPM … Continue reading
WebLogic Server includes a feature called the ‘JMS Wrapper’ that you can take advantage of to dramatically improve the performance of JMS applications running on WebLogic Server. Note that this is not for remote JMS clients, this is for JMS … Continue reading
XQuery transformations are often used in pipelines in Oracle Service Bus to perform data transformation. Performance of XQuery transformations is a key area to focus on when performance tuning an Oracle Service Bus environment. During performance testing of your project … Continue reading