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Speaking at MySQL Connect
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The MySQL Connect content catalog is published, and I’ll be leading a hands-on lab on MySQL Enterprise Features in Practice [HOL9787].  If you have wondered how to get the most out of the features of MySQL Enterprise subscriptions (http://www.mysql.com/products/enterprise/" target="_blank) – whether you are an existing Enterprise customer or not – this lab is

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Oracle OpenWorld 2013
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I registered yesterday for Oracle OpenWorld 2013, and I’ll look forward to seeing friends there. Having worked in the Oracle 12c beta for a year, I’ll be interested in the presentations. Also, hearing more about Java 7 at JavaOne. On the downside, I’m missing MySQL Connect this year.

Cloud computing offers many possibilities, and container and pluggable databases are a great solution. We’ve two new acronyms with the Oracle 12c release. A containerized database is a CDB, and a pluggable database is a PDB. I’m looking forward to seeing more about the provisioning of PDBs during the conference. If

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The first day of JavaOne is already over!
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In the past Sunday used to be a more relaxing day with ‘just’ some JavaOne activities going on. Sunday used to be a soft day to prepare yourself for an exhausting week. This is now over as JavaOne is expanding; Sunday is now an integral part of the conference. One of the side effect of this extra day is that some activities related to JavaOne and OpenWorld such as MySQL Connect are being push to start a day earlier on Saturday (can you spot the pattern here?).

On the GlassFish front, Sunday was a very busy day! It started at the Moscone Center with the annual GlassFish Community Event where the Java EE 7 and GF 4 roadmaps were presented and discussed. During the event, different GlassFish users such as ZeroTurnaround (the JRebel guys),

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Connector/J extension points – Load Balancing Strategies
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A fourth and final Connector/J extension point I covered in my JavaOne and Silicon Valley Code Camp presentations is load-balancing strategies.  This exists in order to allow you to define behavior for balancing load across multiple back-end MySQL server instances.  MySQL Connector/J’s load-balancing implementation is a simple internal connection pool.  What appears to your application as a single Connection object can actually have multiple physical connections to MySQL servers underneath (one per configured host/port pair).  At specific points, Connector/J will re-balance and choose another host to

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Connector/J extension points – exception interceptors
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A third built-in extension point for MySQL Connector/J is the ExceptionInterceptor interface.  This is the third extension point covered in my recent JavaOne and Silicon Valley Code Camp presentations, and is very useful for diagnosing specific Exceptions encountered without modifying application-side code. This corresponds to slide #60 in my slide deck, and there are two Java files we’ll reference from my demo code:

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    Java One 2010 Brazil Day 2 Trip Report - Pics & Slides
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    JavaOne Latin America 2010 (Day 1 and 0) started in an exciting way where I found a nice multi-instance cluster installation of GlassFish. More on that later but enjoyed meeting colleagues from different groups within Oracle.

    I gave a presentation on "Whats New in Enterprise Java Beans 3.1" and the slides are available:

    S314168 - What's New in Enterprise Java Bean Technology @ JavaOne Brazil 2010
    The attendees seem to like simplified packaging (EJB-in-a-WAR and deployment descriptor-free), no-interface bean, cron-like syntax, and other features were well appreciated by the users. All other sessions




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    Java One 2010 Brazil Day 2 Trip Report - Pics & Slides
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    JavaOne Latin America 2010 (Day 1 and 0) started in an exciting way where I found a nice multi-instance cluster installation of GlassFish. More on that later but enjoyed meeting colleagues from different groups within Oracle.

    I gave a presentation on "Whats New in Enterprise Java Beans 3.1" and the slides are available:

    S314168 - What's New in Enterprise Java Bean Technology @ JavaOne Brazil 2010
    The attendees seem to like simplified packaging (EJB-in-a-WAR and deployment descriptor-free), no-interface bean, cron-like syntax, and other features were well appreciated by the users. All other




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    Java One 2010 Brazil Day 2 Trip Report - Pics & Slides
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    JavaOne Latin America 2010 (Day 1 and 0) started in an exciting way where I found a nice multi-instance cluster installation of GlassFish. More on that later but enjoyed meeting colleagues from different groups within Oracle.

    I gave a presentation on "Whats New in Enterprise Java Beans 3.1" and the slides are available:

    S314168 - What's New in Enterprise Java Bean Technology @ JavaOne Brazil 2010
    The attendees seem to like simplified packaging (EJB-in-a-WAR and deployment descriptor-free), no-interface bean, cron-like syntax, and other features were well appreciated by the users. All other




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    Oracle Open World / Java One 2010 Brazil Day 1 Trip Report
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    Oracle Open World 2010 Latin America was kick started this morning by Oracle's President Mark Hurd. Later Adam Messinger's (Vice President in Fusion Middleware group at Oracle) keynote started JavaOne Brazil and gave a status update on the Java platform. In his talk, Staffan showed a demo of JRockit Mission Control. TIM (a local Brazilian telecom company) showed how they are using Java to serve multi-million users in Brazil. Java FX super fast rendering capabilities were shown in a video. I showed how a multi-instance GlassFish 3.1 cluster can be easily created using web-based administration console. The steps to reproduce the demo are explained in the video below:



    I accidentally left my



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    Oracle Open World / Java One 2010 Brazil Day 1 Trip Report
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    Oracle Open World 2010 Latin America was kick started this morning by Oracle's President Mark Hurd. Later Adam Messinger's (Vice President in Fusion Middleware group at Oracle) keynote started JavaOne Brazil and gave a status update on the Java platform. In his talk, Staffan showed a demo of JRockit Mission Control. TIM (a local Brazilian telecom company) showed how they are using Java to serve multi-million users in Brazil. Java FX super fast rendering capabilities were shown in a video. I showed how a multi-instance GlassFish 3.1 cluster can be easily created using web-based administration console. The steps to reproduce the demo are explained in the video below:



    I accidentally left my



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    Oracle Open World / Java One 2010 Brazil Day 1 Trip Report
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    Oracle Open World 2010 Latin America was kick started this morning by Oracle's President Mark Hurd. Later Adam Messinger's (Vice President in Fusion Middleware group at Oracle) keynote started JavaOne Brazil and gave a status update on the Java platform. In his talk, Staffan showed a demo of JRockit Mission Control. TIM (a local Brazilian telecom company) showed how they are using Java to serve multi-million users in Brazil. Java FX super fast rendering capabilities were shown in a video. I showed how a multi-instance GlassFish 3.1 cluster can be easily created using web-based administration console. The steps to reproduce the demo are explained in the video below:



    I accidentally left my



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    Oracle Open World / Java One 2010 Brazil Day 0 Pictures
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    First set of pictures from Oracle Open World, Oracle Develop, and JavaOne 2010 in Brazil ...

















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    Oracle Open World / Java One 2010 Brazil Day 0 Pictures
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    First set of pictures from Oracle Open World, Oracle Develop, and JavaOne 2010 in Brazil ...

















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    Oracle Open World / Java One 2010 Brazil Day 0 Pictures
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    First set of pictures from Oracle Open World, Oracle Develop, and JavaOne 2010 in Brazil ...

















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    Friday Tips and Links #10: Grizzly Releases, JAX-RS and WebLogic, GWT, Spring or JavaEE
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    Recent Tips and News on Java EE 6 & GlassFish:

    GlassFish

    An Eclipse / GlassFish / Java EE 6 Tutorial
    Using JAX-RS with JDeveloper and Weblogic
    GlassFish 3 and Oracle 10g XE on Ubuntu Linux 9.10
    Grizzly 1.0.38 has been released




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    GlassFish scales and configures very quickly for Micello - the "indoor Google Maps" company
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    We all (at least majority of us) use some sort of maps to reach from one destination, say home, to another destination, say a shopping mall or a convention center. But once you've reached the mall then you switch to a different set of tools to navigate that is typically either a paper flyer or sign boards within the mall. Micello.com fills that gaps by providing maps for any indoor locations like airport, shopping malls, convention centers, retail centers, and college campus.


    Their application is built using "scalable stack" of GlassFish and MySQL, uses RESTful Web services, and has given them a 99.9% uptime in the past few months - no wonder its used to create

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    451 CAOS Links 2010.09.21
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    Oracle launches Unbreakable Kernel, updates MySQL and Java plans. And more.

    Follow 451 CAOS Links live @caostheory on Twitter and Identi.ca, and daily at Paper.li/caostheory
    “Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”

    # Oracle launched its Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.

    # Oracle announced the release candidate of MySQL 5.5.

    # Oracle outlined its plans for Java platform. JavaWorld has the details.

    # Novell and SAP have collaborated on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP applications.

    # Mozilla


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    JavaOne Minus One - The Guides to the Conferences
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    JavaOne starts on Monday, but several key events are tomorrow, Sunday, including the keynote for OOW and the GlassFish Community Event and Party :-).

    This will be a very busy week; below is a list of guides to (some) of the main events.

    The JavaOne Conference Blog is the official source:

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    GlassFish and JavaOne 2010
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    JavaOne this year is held at a different location (Maps.Bing, Maps.Google) and in different dates (Sept 19-24), but

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    JavaOne News Update 1
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    An update on some recent News on JavaOne 2010. As you know JavaOne San Francisco is Sep 19-23, 2010. The Official page has links to the Registration Page and the Online Catalog. News updates include:

    • A surprisingly useful & manageable Catalog-as-tweets via @javaoneconf
    • Availability of Schedule Builder (

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    CLI, Roller, Jersey, JavaOne... and More GlassFish News - April 27th, 2010
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    Install and Run Apache Roller 4.01 on GlassFish and OpenSolaris
    Dave Koelmeyer has posted Detailed Instructions on how to install Apache Roller 4.01 on GlassFish v2.1 using MySQL 5.1 for storage.  He uses OpenSolaris snv_134, the subject of a tea-leaf-reading thread.

    Slides and Code Samples on Jersey and JAX-RS
    The Slides and code from Paul Sandoz's presentation at Presentation at AlpesJug on Jersey, JAX-RS and Atmosphere are now 


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    Who Dons the Java DB T-Shirt
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    Giuseppe Maxia took this picture at JavaOne, 2008, just a couple of days ago.

    It shows Marten Mickos (MySQL (http://www.mysql.com/)) donning the Java DB T-Shirt and giving a friendly hug to PostgreSQL evangelist

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    Free and Open Source Software: Use and Production by the Brazilian Government
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    First up, I want to say, I’m truly impressed with Brazil. One day I will visit this amazing place, and spread the good word of open source with projects that are close to my heart: MySQL, OpenOffice.org, Fedora, and in due time, a lot more. This is a live-blog, from a most interesting talk, at JavaOne 2008. As I wrote on Twitter, “Brazil, simply impresses me. Their use of open source in government, makes me think that the rest of the world has a lot to learn from them”.

    Free and Open Source Software: Use and Production by the Brazilian Government
    Rogerio Santana <rogerio.santanna@planejamento.gov.br> +55 61 313 1400, Logistics and Information Technology Secretariat
    Planning, Budget and Management

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    Ten Ways to Destroy Your Community
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    Note: these are live notes. It was a great talk, I’d rate it as excellent (and I’m not just saying that because Josh and I work in the same group at Sun). I’ll have to also comment on his thoughts and talk, in due time. MySQL, as an open source project, has a lot to learn.

    Ten Ways to Destroy Your Community
    A How-To Guide
    Josh Berkus, Community Guy

    Part 1: The Evil of Communities

    • you may attract and will be unable to get rid off a community
    • they mess up your marketing plans, because the community goes out and does its own marketing and PR and distributes your software in places you didn’t expect to
    • they also mess up your product plans, because they contribute to code and features to your


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    Week Highlights - CommunityOne, Awards, Jersey, Hudson, MySQL, Liferay...
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    News Summary - Jan 27th to Feb 3rd, 2008

    • Community - Last Call for CommunityOne! and Awards Program
    &bull Hudson - News Roundup
    • Web Services -

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    Session Abstract: Electronic Ombuds
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    I’ve started working on a session on the practice of online ombuds ? especially as it applies to Free Software and Open Source communities. The session is based on my work in the Free Software, PHP, Mozilla, MySQL and Open Source communities - in particular, recent work (which I need to get back to) on the Open Source Initiative mailing lists.

    So far, the session has been pitched to the following events: CommunityOne 2008 (waiting), FOSDEM 2008 (accepted), JavaOne 2008 (declined), Open Web Vancouver 2008 (waiting) and OSCON 2008 (waiting).

    I’ll start posting alpha versions of slides and so on as they are ready. The abstract

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    Cool Stack at JavaOne
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    If you're at JavaOne this week, please do visit the "Solaris + AMP" pod (#976). We are demoing the use of SMF and dtrace on Cool Stack. You can see how dtrace can be used to debug and trace the code path through your entire application, starting from the Javascript in the browser, through PHP and finally to MySQL at the back-end. We are also distributing Cool Stack 1.1 on a DVD at the pod.

    I will be there on Thursday between 11:00 - 3:00 PM, so please do stop by and say hi. 

    Shanti 

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