Monthly Archives: May 2015

We are happy to announce the availability of the FlexDeploy Community Edition! This edition has all features enabled and is absolutely no cost – no license fees, no support fees, for as long as you want to use it. If a decision is made to grow beyond the Community Edition to Standard or Enterprise, it’s

Join us in Chicago on Thursday, June 18 for a Lunch & Learn covering some of the hottest topics IT Leaders are talking about today; DevOps, Continuous Delivery, and Cloud. Learn how leading enterprises are making the shift from traditional software processes and technology to more agile, automated, and cloud based approaches. See the event

If you’re not familiar with Flexagon’s blog, it is located at flexagon.com/blog/. We post information related to topics such as Oracle SOA, ADF, Oracle Cloud (JCS, DBCS, etc.), DevOps, FlexDeploy, and events.  The Blog posts are a cross section of Oracle specific technical information, Flexagon related topics such as FlexDeploy, and other topics which are vendor agnostic.

This is the second of a three part blog covering how to replace URLs and other environment specific fields in a SOA composite. The three options I am discussing are: Composite specific configuration plan Shared configuration plan Global tokens The shared configuration plan is a great approach (my preferred). You no longer need to generate

REDUCE SOA DEPLOYMENT DEPENDENCIES Are SOA deployment dependencies causing unnecessary coordination and headaches?  Let’s reduce those dependencies through the use of abstract WSDLs and Metadata Services (MDS).  Utilizing abstract WSDLs and MDS will provide compile time isolation from other services that may or may not be deployed.  Without using abstract WSDLs and MDS, a called

This blog post is a continuation of the previous blog post by Chandresh Patel. I will demonstrate the deployment capabilities for the FlexDeploy DevOps solution by deploying the Work Better application that was built in the previous post. As your build is progressing, you can click on Execution Id to view the details of the request.  The Execution

In my previous blog article I described the steps for creating a database instance within the Oracle Database Cloud Service. In this article I will describe the steps for creating a WebLogic instance within the Java Cloud Service, and connecting it to the database instance created previously. Using the credentials provided to you by Oracle

To increase the productivity and quality of your projects, every organization should automate the lifecycle of SOA and BPM flows. In this post, I provide a detailed explanation on how we make it easy to automate the Build, Deploy & Test process of SOA composites using FlexDeploy. To increase quality of your integration flows, you should

In this blog post I will walk through the steps necessary to create a database instance within the Oracle Database Cloud Service. Using the credentials provided to you by Oracle when you purchased your subscription, login in to the My Services console for the Oracle Cloud. Then navigate to the Oracle Database Cloud Services Console.