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Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g…

December 26, 2011

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g is the latest middleware that can be implemented and used as a middleware in any operating system especially in Windows , MacOSx and Linux. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g is the #1 application infrastructure foundation available today. It enables enterprises to create and run agile, intelligent business applications while maximizing IT efficiency through full utilization of modern hardware and software architectures. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g is the only middleware available from any vendor that offers the following innovative design principles:-

1. Complete , Integrated , Hot Pluggable and Best of Breed.

Oracle Fusion Middleware consist of Oracle JDeveloper 11g Release 1 , Oracle WebLogic Server 12c and Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Rel 1. It can be obtain by downloading it’s software at Oracle Website.

Oracle Fusion Middleware can be used and implemented in RIM ( Remote Method Invocation). Remote Method Invocation (RIM) usually used in JavaSE6 and can be download in Oracle Website , that include it’s API . RMI usually include RMI Application Server , RMI server and RMI Client Program. The purpose of middleware is to invoke the method from the computer server.

* Picture of Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation above.

p/s:- This week I’m having a great time spending my 2011 end of the year holiday at home. Doing some pentesting and some windows shopping at K.L. I’m trying to finishing a book entitled Windows Server 2008 Administration – borrow from the National Library (PNM) this week. Till then , have a nice holiday week ahead , and a happy new year 2012…

 

 

 

 

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