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Looking back on Kscope 2011

by Peter Paul Van de Beek on July 5, 2011 · 0 comments

Last week Whitehorses visited the ODTUG Kscope 2011 Conference in Long Beach with two presenters. Kscope is an annual conference bringing together some of the best in depth knowledge in the field of Oracle Technology. The Fusion Middleware track is growing every year with great content. In this post we’ll share our presentations and some of the other highlights.

Edwin Biemond presented:

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Peter Paul van de Beek presented:

Design Patterns for excellent User Experience

Madhuri Kolhatkar delivered a gem that we didn’t discover before. She did a great presentation on the effort Oracle has put into creating and implementing User Experience Design Patterns. Extended information is available on the Usable Apps pages of the Oracle website. Great insight on how this can help you in developing and delivering your applications can for example for OBIEE be found on Design Patterns and Guidelines for Oracle Applications. Take special note of the Pattern Selection Tool.

Oracle SOA Suite Fault Handling

Guido Schmutz and Ronald van Luttikhuizen gave a solid presentation on Fault Handling in the Oracle SOA Suite. Guido showed us the capabilities of the OSB in this field. The focus was on the following features: Result Caching, Service Throttling, Retry mechanism, Service pooling (talking to multiple endpoints) and Fault Message on callback (in async). Ronald demoed how the Compensate and Fault Policy Framework work in BPEL.

Thursday Thunder

Thursday Thunder presented a team of highly skilled ADF (including JHeadstart) and SOA Suite experts building an application during this session. Like any real world project this seemed chaotic at times, however there were a lot of best practices to learn for all who attended.

We could have learned all of the tips and tricks in a normal session or presentation. However by working this way there is a much stronger feel of how technologies and tools are used in a real world project. It was fun to watch and learn and I think the team had a great time as well! At the en of the session the End-to-End flow worked really well. Great work in just a few hours time!

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