I am doing some A/B testing: Last week my #WebLogic 12c Distinctive Recipes book was 60% off in the US. The ebook is $9 only. Now it is time for part B: The book stays the same price, but I let everybody know…
“It promises much more than what its name suggests.”
“You will end up thinking – had I read this book earlier, I would have saved a lot of time in my project.”
Read the full review here.
It’s Christmas time, 2013 is almost over. I’ll be heading to Berlin next week, which will be my last business trip for this year. 2013 has been a good year! A year packed with exciting projects, interesting tech workshops and new customers looking for honest OFM consulting and doing cool stuff.
Free WebLogic 12c Distinctive Recipes Book
To give something back, I am offering three free copies of my 2013 book WebLogic Distinctive Recipes.
By the way, guess who is Santa Claus on that picture? Don’t get fooled by the belly… I had to use an extra pillow to trick my 9-year-old nephew into believing that Santa exists (some friends believe that Beyoncé later copied my trick with the pillow).
To participate in the raffle simply let me know that you like a copy before Dec 20th:
✘✘✘ Just retweet the announcement on Twitter, or tweet about it yourself (and make sure I will see it).
✘✘✘ Or, if you are more a Facebook person, SHARE the Facebook announcement.
There is no purchase required to participate! All you need is a delivery address. Winners are drawn Dec 21st. Decisions are final. Any recourse to courts of law is excluded.
I am just back from a successful, long and intensive trip to Australia. If you are waiting for a reply to an email there is a good chance you will get it soon now.
I delivered an Amazon and Oracle public cloud workshop series on behalf of AUSOUG, based on my cloud computing book: 6 cities, 6 workshops of 4 h each, almost 200 attendees, hands-on, live development in the cloud (WebLogic with 61 GB heap deployed live on 3 continents, cloud storage, auto scaling, transformation of a classical Java EE app in the cloud), 16 flights (including a 1 week trip to the outback, flying 2,5 h north of Perth and driving 2200 km for shooting the cover image for my upcoming WebLogic 12c: Advanced Recipes book).
Check out the flattering reviews for the event.
thanks to everybody who attended!
Good morning. I just finished the chapter about configuration management for my new WebLogic book. Here is a very short summary of it.
There is a number of default configuration settings that I recommend to change to better keep track of configuration changes. The screencast showing you hands-on how to do this is still rendering and will be available once you are reading this (you can subscribe to all of them here).
After creating a WebLogic domain, consider the following:
1.) User personalized administration users.
2.) Audit WebLogic configuration changes (including usernames) so you will know who changed what.
3.) Enable the configuration archiving so you will be able to revert to a previous set of configuration files.
None of these settings are enabled per default. All of this you should think about for your environment.
Here is the three-part screencast how to enable it (switch to HD quality and full screen).