Lucas Jellema
Zoetermeer, Netherlands


 
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AUTHOR BIO:Lucas Jellema is CTO at AMIS, an Oracle, Java, and SOA specialist based in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. He works as a consultant, architect, and instructor in diverse areas, such as SQL & and PL/SQL, Java, Oracle ADF & and WebCenter, and SOA Suite. The running theme through most of his activities is the transfer of knowledge and enthusiasm.



Lucas is an author at the AMIS Technology Blog (http://technology.amis.nl/blog), for Oracle Technology Network, and for international magazines. He is a frequent presenter on at international conferences, including Devoxx, JavaOne, Oracle Open World, ODTUG, UKOUG, OBUG, AUSOUG, and , Oracle University Celebrity Seminars, and AUSOUG. He was nominated Oracle ACE in 2005 and ACE Director in 2006.



Before joining AMIS in 2002, he Lucas worked for Oracle Consultancy in the Netherlands, where he was a member of the Internet Development Center of Excellence - óworking on classic products like such as Oracle Designer & and Forms and the productivity boosters Headstart, CDM RuleFrame, Echo, Repository Object Browser, and JHeadstart.

SERVICES:Consultancy and training on SOA (Suite), ADF and WebCenter, PL/SQL and SQL, and more.


WRITTEN WORKS:

Java developers: make the database work for you (2010)

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Presentaion by Lucas Jellema


Reaching Out from PL/SQL Engaging with the world (2010)

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Presentation by Lucas Jellema


Oracle SOA Suite 11g Handbook
Published on: 2010-08-27
Copyright: 2011
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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Meets Oracle Business Process Management 11g (2010)

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Presentation by Lucas Jellema


SOA for PL/SQL Developers (2010)

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SOA for Database Professionals (2010)

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Why and How to Engage a Complex Event Processor from a Java Web Application (2010)

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Presentation by Lucas Jellema


Xenogenetics for PL/SQL: Infusing with Java Best Practices and Design Patterns (2010)

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Presentation by Lucas Jellema and Alex Nuijten


Forms2Future: Journey into the Future for organizations on the Oracle Platform (2010)

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Presentation by Peter Ebell and Lucas Jellema



BLOG:

ADF Performance Monitor: Measuring Slow Network Time
Sun, 20 Jul 2014 22:37:15 +0000

Recently I was implementing the ADF Performance Monitor at a customer site and doing a detailed performance analysis. This customer had severe (and less severe) performance problems but was unable to pinpoint the exact pain points. Frequently, end-users were complaining because they were experiencing first a very good performance (response times less than a second), and then suddenly

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Google Glass from a developers perspective
Fri, 11 Jul 2014 12:52:42 +0000

During the last two weeks I have had the opportunity to work on a proof of concept that uses the Google Glass. In this post I will share my experiences with this device from a developers perspective. Probably everyone has heard about the Google Glass, a wearable computer developed by Google X. The Google Glass

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Cloud Control: How a Camel can make you cross a Data Guard Mountain
Wed, 09 Jul 2014 14:54:37 +0000

In my recent¬†post I already mentioned it a little bit: Integrating your manual Data Guard Broker configuration in OEM Cloud Control can become a sort of climbing a Mountain. And it doesn’t have to be. But first a short description of the situation. I have a working Data Guard broker configuration between two Cluster Databases

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History of AMIS Blog design, Congratulations AMIS
Wed, 09 Jul 2014 09:45:28 +0000

It is July¬†2014 and the AMIS Blog celebrates it’s 10th anniversary. While diving in the history of the AMIS Blog it is very interesting (amusing and somewhat shocking) to see were we came from. Using the Internet Archive (https://archive.org) I made some screenshots of the AMIS blog depicting the different styles. We made 3 major

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SOA Suite 12c: New visual editor for creating Fault Policies
Tue, 08 Jul 2014 21:45:10 +0000

In 11g Fault Policies were added so that you could easy intervene when a (SOAP/BPEL) fault was thrown. But you could only create them in source mode, there was no graphical editor. With the release of SOA Suite 12c a new visual editor for creating Fault Policies is added to JDeveloper. With the Fault Policy

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Running your ADF Essentials application on Glassfish 3
Tue, 08 Jul 2014 18:35:17 +0000

For some of our own internal applications, we (AMIS) are using 2 products of Oracle that do not require any license to be payed: ADF Essentials and the Oracle XE database. These applications were initially deployed to a Tomcat 6 server, only when trying to deploy new applications we encountered issues with conflicting libraries. As

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Author Profile
Name: Lucas Jellema
Location: Zoetermeer, Netherlands
Subjects: Middleware; Databases;
Regions: Australia; Europe; US/West Coast;


Website: technology.amis.nl/blog

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