Sure, tweets, text messages, and short videos are great for quick communication. But when you need to pound some serious information into the thing that holds your hat up you just have to do the reading.
If you're ready for a deep dive, here are three sample chapters from recently published books written by members of the community.
Each of these chapters was selected by the respective authors for presentation on OTN. Many thanks to the authors and to the publishers for making this content available.
Oracle API Management Implementation Case Study
From Oracle API Management 12c Implementation
By Oracle ACE Director Luis Weir, Oracle ACE Rolando Carraso, Oracle ACE Associate Arturo Viveros, and Andrew Bell.
September 2015, Packt Publishing
This chapter introduces a case study that is designed to help readers understand the concepts presented in the book, and how to apply them to implement an Oracle API management solution.
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The Young Person's Guide To Essbase Cube Design
From Developing Essbase Applications: Hybrid Techniques and Practices, 2nd Edition
By Oracle ACE Directors Cameron Lackpour (editor)and Glenn Schwartzberg; Oracle ACEs John Booth, Tim German, and Mike Nader; and William Hodges and Martin Neulip.
September 2015, CRC Press
This chapter was written by Martin Neuliep with the objective of providing readers who have already learned the Essbase basics with the information they need to create a useful design "that will make implementation easy and performance good."
Adaptive Case Management
From Design Principles for Process-driven Architectures Using Oracle BPM and SOA Suite 12c
By Oracle ACE Directors Matjaz B. Juric, Danilo Schmeidel, Torsten Winterberg, Guido Schmutz, Hajo Normann and Mark Simpson, and Oracle ACE Sven Bernhardt.
June 2015, Packt Publishing
This sample chapter provides all the information you need to understand the ideas behind adaptive case management (ACM). You'll learn when and how to apply ACM principles in your work, and you'll have a basic understanding of how Oracle's ACM tools work.