Model and Automate Oracle Applications Processes using Oracle BPEL and BPA
By Srikant Subramaniam-Oracle on Oct 21, 2009
We are seeing rapid growth in the adoption of concepts like Business Process Management (BPM), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web 2.0 by many IT departments to reduce complexity and to evolve to the next generation of IT capabilities and services.
Hence, in this customer (NetApp) case study presentation, we address:
- How users of Oracle applications (such as PeopleSoft) can further improve agility, business value delivered by IT and reduce total cost of ownership.
- How to optimize and extend the self-service capabilities of PeopleSoft HR module, using a SOA composite application. We present an actual customer implementation for an end-to-end solution and highlight key considerations for human workflow design.
- How to bridge the gap between business and the IT users: business analysts are unable to understand the implementation life cycle and IT developers make inaccurate interpretations of the process models. Oracle BPM bridges this gap by enabling the creation of standards based processes and providing a tight integration with Oracle BPEL PM and JDeveloper, via the shared business process repository.