On Tuesday, May 7 the Bryxx launch event took place. In the beautiful setting of the Flandria boat, and in the presence of a large number of customers, we revealed the services of this new venture. As a joint venture between the iAdvise
infrastructure teams, Bryxx will specifically focus on the middleware field.
In bringing together both expert middleware teams, we will focus on
- Opening up your business critical web applications to your intranet or to the internet
- Making sure that these applications, deployed on your middleware stack, are secure on all layers of the underlying architecture. Security from-data-to-browser
- Streamlining and automating your process of development towards production
- Providing you with the opportunities to outsource the maintenance of your private middleware cloud or to outsource your entire private middleware cloud
From a technical point of view Bryxx will dedicate its expertise to 4 domains:
- Oracle Cloud Application Foundation (with web logic as the main driver)
- Oracle Identity & Access management
- Oracle Database Security
With respect to these 4 areas of expertise, Bryxx provides strong consultancy profiles on all levels (pre-sales, infrastructure architects, senior implementation engineers, etc) to design, install, configure, maintain and monitor your middleware platform as well as to streamline the process of application development towards your preferred middleware solution.
When you add our managed services and hosted solutions offering on each of these domains to this package, with strong partnerships in the backend, we believe Bryxx has a strong and complete offering for all your middleware challenges !Our team of 14 dedicated and experienced middleware engineers is ready for you.
Want to know more?
iAdvise organises a free seminar about Mobile Business Development on 4(Antwerp, Belgium) and 6(Breda, The Netherlands) June.
In this seminar we will discuss Mobile Development and Usability(UX – User Experience) in Mobile Development.
But we also compare different solutions, give pros and cons about: APEX Mobile, ADF Mobile and Tabris.
Of course we will also show you best practices, problems and solutions,…
More information(Dutch): http://www.iadvise.eu/seminars
On 26 March OBUG Connect, the yearly Oracle Benelux User Group conference, will be held in Antwerp.
iAdvise will be presenting about ADF and web services.
We’ll show you how you can expose your ADF Business components as Web Services.
But also how you can consume Web Services in your application.
The presentation is session 3 in the “Middleware track”(track 7) and starts at 15.45.
We hope to see you in Antwerp!
A few weeks ago we did an ODTUG Webinar: “Oracle ADF Immersion: How an Oracle Forms Developer Immersed Himself in the Oracle ADF World”.
About 186 followed the seminar online.
Those people received a link to the recorded session and the slides of the presentation.
For those who couldn’t attend, these are the slides of the presentation: ADF Immersion presentation
But the presentation was a lot more than a few slides, there was also a demo(>30 minutes).
So if you want to see the full recording, you can see all past webinars as a full ODTUG member.
If you need more info on ADF methodologies and ADF best practices or want to ask questions about these topics, check out the ADF EMG group.
On Oracle Open World we had the chance to present our “Oracle ADF Immersion” track thanks to the ADF EMG.
In case you couldn’t attend OOW or missed the session, you’ve got another chance: on january 10, 2013 we will present it as an ODTUG Webinar.
We will show you how you can start with ADF, coming from an Oracle Forms(or non-java) background.
You can register for the webinar here.
If you like to join the ADF EMG, don’t hesitate, it’s a free ADF usergroup!
From time to time you’ll have to represent your data stored in a database in an XML format, eg. to exchange it between systems, to send it to external parties, etc.
In an article on All Things Oracle I give an introduction on how you can generate XML documents:
Another interesting article from my colleague Jan Leers is about Code Instrumentation.
Whenever we execute a procedure, it’s out of our hands. We expect it to do what it was designed to do, but what if it doesn’t?
What if it takes a lot more time then expected?
All kind of questions start to arise:
- Is it almost finished, should I wait just a few more minutes?
- Is it trapped in an infinitive loop? Or are my queries running slow?
- Can I safely kill it? Or did it already commit some changes and should I reverse them?
- Which job should I kill, is this mine?
Want to find out how you can answer these questions? Read his article on All Things Oracle…
Do you have one or more applications on top of on Oracle Database?
Do you want to show this data in documents and/or reports?
Did you know you don’t have to make a big investment in a BI solution to create attractive letters, orders, invoices or lists?
But which reporting tool, from a long list, is the best solution?
After many years of using and testing different tools, we will show and share our experiences of our preferred reporting tools:
- Oracle Application Express
- Oracle Reports
- Oracle BI Publisher
- SQL Word
- Eclipse Birt
We’re going to demo and compare those tools so you can learn the possibilities, advantages/disadvantages, …
Of course we’re also taking the learning curves and prices in count, so you can find out the best solution for you and your company.
More info and Registration(Dutch)
Because it’s there that you’ll find out how your organisation can benefit from Oracle’s new technologies!
Are mobility and the cloud opportunities for your organization or threats to its security?
Can applications, hardware and software really work together?
Is Oracle 12c a sensible investment?
Is drowning in (big) data unavoidable?
How can business intelligence become an integral part of IT structure?
If at least one of these questions rings a bell, you should attend Oracle OpenXperience. It’s where 10 of Oracle’s most valued partners will present their (local) views on today’s IT challenges and Oracle’s solutions for tackling them. It’s where you’ll discover the practical approach of our partners, in 12 sessions divided into 3 distinct tracks.
For the bigger picture, don’t miss the keynote sessions. Mario Derba, Regional Vice President Systems Sales, South Europe, will share his insight on Oracle’s worldwide strategy. After lunch, famous Belgian innovator, consultant and strategic influencer Jo Caudron will talk about current trends and how they affect IT and your business.
The Event Lounge
Generaal Wahislaan/Boulevard Général Wahis 16/F
Thursday 25 October 2012