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Tom Plunkett , Tj Palazzolo , Tejas Joshi

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1 Sep 2012 0071778284 978-0071778282

Achieve Extreme Application Performance for a Private Cloud with Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud

Transition to a private cloud computing infrastructure and achieve unmatched levels of performance with help from this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Handbook shows you how to plan, implement, and maintain a private cloud. Find out how to set up components, deploy Java applications, maximize redundancy and throughput, and migrate legacy workloads. Examples, screenshots, and diagrams are included throughout this comprehensive resource.

  • Configure Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud nodes and racks
  • Optimize Java EE application performance on Oracle WebLogic Server
  • Provision and administer a highly scalable private cloud
  • Build, debug, and manage custom Java applications
  • Secure, monitor, and tune using Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Leverage capabilities from Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Consolidate Oracle and third-party application workloads

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Tom Plunkett is a senior consultant with Oracle. He has taught graduate-level computer science courses for Virginia Tech’s computer science department and has authored several books on topics related to Big Data, Cloud Computing, Java, and Service-Oriented Architecture. Tom has spoken internationally at more than 30 conferences and delivered hundreds of presentations worldwide on the subjects of Big Data, Cloud Computing, Java, and Service-Oriented Architecture. Previously, Tom worked for IBM and the United States Government, and practiced patent law for a law firm. He has a B.A. and a J.D. from George Mason University, and a M.S. in Computer Science from Virginia Tech.

TJ Palazzolo is a senior principal curriculum developer with Oracle University. He is the lead curriculum developer for Exalogic Elastic Cloud, WebLogic Server, and Oracle's virtualization products. TJ develops classroom and online training materials on these and other Oracle Fusion Middleware products. He is also responsible for maintaining the Exalogic rack installations used by Oracle University to deliver education. Prior to working for Oracle, TJ created and delivered training on Java and WebLogic for BEA Systems.

Tejas Joshi is a technical director with Oracle Consulting in the UK. He has worked on many high-profile multi-million-dollar solutions during the past fourteen years in both the public and private sectors, drawing recognition from both Oracle and customers through numerous awards including Consultant of the Year 2012 for Western Continental Europe. Tejas is a recognized Oracle design authority for numerous Oracle customers in the UK and represents Oracle on their respective design boards and steering committees, while reporting directly to CxOs of these organizations. He specializes in delivering IT transformation roadmaps for consolidation, cloud computing, and Fusion Applications. Tejas is a frequent and prominent speaker on many events such as Cloud Academy, Oracle Services events, Oracle networking events, and Oracle product launch events. He is a member of a number of strategic programs within Oracle that work on influencing the future directions of the Oracle products and offerings.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Great reference guide 14 Aug 2012
By ksnc - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was extremely helpful in the use of this product. I found the optimization and migration sections to be the most helpful.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Overview Guide for Exalogic 2 Oct 2012
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The authors of this book have done a magnificent job of providing both an end-to-end overview of the architecture, features & capabilities of Exalogic - as well as a rather detailed "deeper-dive" into many of the basic administrative tasks that need to be performed as one learns to start leveraging this machine. In addition, this book provides a nice overview of the various Oracle software products that have now been enhanced with various optimizations to take advantage of the Exalogic machine. Probably the best aspect of having this book is that it truly can be used as an ongoing "reference". This is due in large part to the way in which the material has been organized: Part I containing the overview and concepts, and Part II containing the more detailed administration tasks. I highly recommend this book for anyone desiring to learn more about Exalogic, as well as anyone that has purchased (or is considering a purchase of) the Exalogic machine.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive and useful 27 Dec 2012
By sami - Published on Amazon.com
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Ive been skimming through this book for a few weeks now, but recently had time to read it cover to cover. I found it to be well organized and easy to read. My background is on the software side, but this book gave me a solid overview as well as a good technical insight into the 'engineered system' strategy Oracle is pursuing with 'Exa', particularly with the middle-tier focus of Exalogic.

I highly recommend this book as a precursor for anyone attempting to get an end-to-end grasp of Oracle's WebLogic-on-Exalogic stack of components. Also, this book is a great reference for developers like me who need to quickly figure out which middleware components provide which capabilities within WebLogic Suite.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Exalogic introduction 22 Oct 2012
By M.A.Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
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Although I consider myself a "power-user" of the Oracle Engineered Systems (Exadata, Exalogic, Big Data Appliance, etc), I was still learning new things about the Exalogic in every chapter. This book is not intended as a deep technical manual (I think one reviewer was yearning for more practical guidance, but that is not the purpose). Instead this book is an excellent introduction to what makes Exalogic different from other 'converged architecture' solutions and how it can be leveraged in the data center. That is the target audience--people looking for information on the systems that are enabling the cloud and how they fit with existing data centers and applications.

As was pointed out, the information in some sections of this book can be found in other manuals and online destinations, but busy professionals who don't have time to hunt for these "bits and pieces" will appreciate the logical layout and clear discussion of themes. The prose is clear enough for readers who may only be moderately technical, but has enough meat to inform and guide even demanding architects. In fact, by focusing at the higher levels of what makes Exalogic a compelling platform, they authors were able to keep this handbook relevant even through the most recent updates to Exalogic (EECS 2.x+ and Exalogic x3).

In summary, I would recommend this to anyone interested in Oracle's newest technology and strategic direction for enterprise applications. No matter what platform you are currently on or what your future plans are (cloud anyone?), this book is an easy introduction to an important change in technology that promises substantially lower costs and better performance.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Intro to Exalogic Cloud Deployment 31 Aug 2012
By Harry J. Foxwell, PhD - Published on Amazon.com
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The well-known characteristics and tiers of cloud computing have spawned myriad implementations by a host of vendors and system integrators. One of these, Oracle's Exalogic Elastic Cloud, part of Oracle's family of Engineered Systems, is a key component of Oracle's public and private cloud computing solutions, providing critical PaaS (Platform as a Service) features for cloud developers. These developers need guidance to take advantage of Exalogic's extensive capabilities, and the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Handbook, written by three highly experienced Oracle technologists, provides that guidance.

Part One of the book covers Exalogic's hardware and software components, and includes a very useful chapter on deployment examples, describing best practices for scalabiity, availability, backup and recovery, and multi-tenant security, including integration with other Oracle Engineered Systems and products such as Exadata and storage subsystems.

Part Two is a thorough guide to Exalogic installation features, configuration and monitoring, packaged application software management, and scalable application development.

The book also provides an extensive list of online resources, including pointers to Web sites, whitepapers, instructional videos, and other Oracle documentation.

So, if you're planning to implement Exalogic as part of your cloud infrastructure, or are considering such, you'll find lots of sage advice and best practices in this handbook.
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