IPSec tunnel between my office and the cloud


My purpose is tunneling my office with the cloud utilizing ipsec. I will provision a gateway machine in the cloud running openswan, in my office I am using pfsense. In my cloud gateway vm image: [root@gtw ~]#yum install openswan (if it isn’t already) [root@gtw ~]#vi /etc/ipsec.d/myconn config setup        nat_traversal=yes        oe=off        protostack=netkey        […]

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WLS WorkManager


This WLS WorkManager has been configured in a 6-node WLS cluster serving the first  travel & tourism technology provider company website in the world. In weblogic.xml: <wl-dispatch-policy> RSSworker </wl-dispatch-policy> The following can be done in weblogic.xml or you can configure it with WLS console at runtime (better because is decoupled): <work-manager> <name>RSSworker</name> <capacity> <name>DELmaxcap</name> <count>10</count> […]

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Improve your WEBServices Consumer Apps Making WS Invocations in Parallel


If your application is calling several WS and there is no need to do it in serial, you can implement a multithreaded approach: Example: … Class1Service class1Service = new Class1Service();         x = class1Service.getClass1Port();         setWSTimeout(x); // esto lo veremos en la siguiente seccion         class Task implements Callable<Object> {              private Object result;              […]

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Limit Load in your Applications Configuring Oracle Traffic Director in Java Cloud Service


Every instance of JCS (Oracle Java Cloud Service) can be provisioned with OTD (Oracle Traffic Director). Oracle Traffic Director is a software load balancer that runs inside OPC (Oracle Public Cloud) or Oracle Engineered Systems such as SuperCluster or Exalogic. Having a LBR “inside” provides internal balancing mechanism avoiding the loss of performance and configuration complexity […]

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