Oracle SOA and the Sun acquisition

I just presented the SOA product strategy at the Oracle + Sun Welcome Event this morning in Redwood Shores, after 2 earlier sessions on that same topic in Atlanta and Reston. That made me realize that I still haven’t blogged about the Sun acquisition – you might wonder how I managed to ignore the elephant in the room! Reality is that we have been very busy lately working with our new colleagues from Sun on a joint strategy and the resulting engineering plans.

Let me help you navigate the Oracle website by giving you the links you really need if your main focus of area is integration and SOA technologies:

So with this welcome to the Sun customers and Java CAPS users!

 

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hi demed, is there something available in more detail how it will look like in the future? e.g. Bridging technology between SOA suite an CAPS ? will there be further releases of CAPS? if no --> possible transitions for CAPS customers there are some rumors about CAPS like http://eai.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/seebeyond-l/great-news-for-srejcaps-users-3414681 can you comment those? regards chris

Posted by Christian Brennsteiner on April 05, 2010 at 03:53 PM PDT #

Hello Chris, Yes, we are currently working on new SRE and JCAPS (6.3) releases. In terms of bridging JCAPS and the Oracle SOA Suite there are quite a few projects on the table. The ones that you will see very quickly are the basic interop certifications of all standard-based interfaces (SOAP, JMS - AQ-JMS, WL-JMS, STCMS, JavaMQ etc.). Others are still being investigated. I would suggest you reach out to your Oracle account team and we can arrange for a presentation of the plan. One link I should have added to my post is the certification timelines - these can be found here: http://www.oracle.com/support/lifetime-support-policy.html Hope this helps addressing some of these rumors!

Posted by Demed L'Her on April 06, 2010 at 01:47 AM PDT #

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