Saturday Jan 26, 2013
Friday Jan 25, 2013
By Bruce Tierney-Oracle on Jan 25, 2013
Since you are reading this blog, its likely you participated in one of over 6 million WebEx meetings with over 1 billion meeting minutes per month. How did Cisco acquire and seamlessly integrate WebEx with such high volume and complex integration requirements?
Check out this video of Cisco's Paras Jain, Senior Manager of IT, as he describes how they used Oracle SOA Suite to merge WebEx into Cisco in 6 months, achieved a break-even on their Oracle SOA Suite investment in 7 months, and hear him describe some of the key benefits they achieved. Paras mentioned a common theme expressed by many other customers... the flexibility of Oracle SOA Suite as a key differentiator. When starting off on integration, it's hard to know what capabilities will be required by your future cloud applications not to mention your internal legacy applications. Oracle SOA Suite provides this flexibility to handle unknown future requirements.
Also highlighted by Paras are additional mobile enablement plans Cisco is rolling out for iPhone and Android phones powered by Oracle SOA Suite integration on the back-end.
Coming soon, Paras will present in the "Customer Insight Webcast Series - Oracle SOA & BPM"...stay tuned for logistics. Here is a sneak-peak of a slide he will describe in detail:
Wednesday Jan 16, 2013
By Bruce Tierney-Oracle on Jan 16, 2013
In case you missed the Oracle SOA Suite Demo when 11g was launched, this short 3-minute video will be well worth your time. It does a great job describing the completeness and integrated differentiators of Oracle SOA Suite. In the demo, you will see:
- Composite Editor
- Services dragged & dropped into a composite application
- Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)
- Order processing tasks linked in the designer
- E-Business Suite native adapters
- The ease of inspecting the application information directly from the Oracle SOA Suite interface
- Business Rules
- Modify on the fly and detect conflicts for rapid resolution
- Enterprise Manager
- Monitor deployed composite applications
- End-to-end Instance Tracking
- Using a centralized error and fault management framework
- Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
- Real time event monitoring and event processing to identify patterns across the business
- Enterprise Repository
- Align IT with business priorities. Picks up policies from the runtime for closed loop SOA governance
Watch the 3 minute video demo (LINK)
Oracle BAM Dashboard
Oracle SOA Suite - Complete, Integrated
Thursday Jan 03, 2013
By Simone Geib-Oracle on Jan 03, 2013
The book is 346 pages and $59.99 but there is currently an introductory price on the Packt Web Site that includes Print and eBook for $59.99.
The chapters of the book are:
- Chapter 1: Building an SOA Suite Cluster
- Chapter 2: Using the Metadata Service to Share XML Artifacts
- Chapter 3: Working with Transactions
- Chapter 4: Mapping Data
- Chapter 5: Composite Messaging Patterns
- Chapter 6: OSB Messaging Patterns
- Chapter 7: Integrating OSB with JSON
- Chapter 8: Compressed File Adapter Patterns
- Chapter 9: Integrating Java with SOA Suite
- Chapter 10: Securing Composites and Calling Secure Web Services
- Chapter 11: Configuring the Identity Service
- Chapter 12: Configuring OSB to Use Foreign JMS Queues
- Chapter 13: Monitoring and Management
Congratulations Antony and Matt!
- Oracle Announces Integration Cloud Service, the Next-Generation Integration Platform in the Cloud
- Using Oracle Service Bus with Apache Kafka
- Preparing Your Database for SOA Suite 12c
- Boost Sales Productivity and Lead Generation with Oracle Cloud Adapters for Sales Cloud and Eloqua
- What is the Power of Cloud? (to the Business)
- Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne SF 2015 – Call for Proposals has been extended!
- Comparison of inplace and side by side upgrade
- ONE WEEK LEFT - SF 2015 Call for Proposals is LIVE!
- Last day @ Collaborate 2015 - 2 more SOA sessions to attend!
- Oracle Integration (SOA) sessions at Collaborate - Wednesday, April 15