Sun Java CAPS to Oracle SOA Suite Migrations

After the Sun acquisition, largely welcomed by customers and industry alike, Oracle expressed a strong commitment to support Java CAPS customers in both their current investment as well as in delivering options to facilitate their migration to Oracle Fusion Middleware  (and more specifically Oracle SOA Suite).

Oracle is committed to preserve the investment of Java CAPS customers. This commitment has been demonstrated through the extension of most support timelines previously announced by Sun as well as the addition of Indefinite Sustaining Support options - see the
Oracle Lifetime Support Policy for Oracle Fusion Middleware brochure for exact dates.

For customers ready to migrate to SOA Suite, Oracle offers a range of benefits, commercial ones as well as technical ones, with the goal to minimize costs and risks.

First, Oracle offers a license migration program that includes license credits and no extra support cost for legacy software during the migration phase, for an extensive period of time (please contact your Oracle sales representative for the exact details of the license migration program and support benefits). It is also important to note that key Java CAPS libraries and components are now included in the Oracle SOA Suite license. This was done to ensure that you can run migrated artifacts that have a dependency on these libraries without having to keep your full Java CAPS licenses.

Secondly, Oracle offers expertise through Oracle Consulting Services. Our OCS team has expertise in both Java CAPS and SOA Suite and has helped several Java CAPS customers to take advantage of the robust, scalable, feature-rich and cost-effective SOA Suite while retaining their, often large investment, existing code already running in Java CAPS. OCS offers "SOA migration assessment and planning services" that focus on the critical planning and architectural aspects required to ensure a successful migration. Understanding that customers might already have their own preferred system integrator, Oracle has also been working with members of the Oracle Partner Network (over 50 workshops delivered around the world as to date) to help them package their expertise as a commercial offering.

Finally, Oracle has developed migration tools and certified interoperability across Fusion Middleware and Java CAPS.  Tooling has been developed to migrate a host of Java CAPS artifacts (such as JCDs, OTDs and BPEL) to SOA Suite across  various versions of the products such Java CAPS 6.x,  JBI-based projects, Java CAPS 5.1.x , BPEL 1.x/2.0,  ICAN 5.0 JCDs and so on. Oracle has also certified the interoperability of Java CAPS and SOA Suite across JMS and Web Services. This interoperability approach is key to ensure a seamless co-existence of the two generations of products during migration. Please watch this blog for a more detailed post on technical capabilities of the migration tools.

Whilst customers have found that other vendors are on a voyage of discovery or on a mission to sell services under the guise of product, they see Oracle's commitment to customer satisfaction bearing real fruit. They have been turning to Oracle, who is now owner of both Java CAPS and Oracle SOA Suite, as the only company with sufficient depth of knowledge and experience in both the source and target platforms as well as the only one able to offer the licensing and support benefits highlighted above. Earlier this year, during Oracle Open World, customers and partners have come forward and started sharing their
migration success stories.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are currently using any Sun/SeeBeyond integration products and looking at modernizing - we can help!
Comments:

Thanks for your article regarding JCAPS migration to Oracle SOA.

Do you know where I can find JCAPS migration tool software?
I couldn't see it in Oracle SOA product.

Thanks
Wonwoo

Posted by Wonwoo on December 16, 2011 at 01:54 AM PST #

S30960: Migrating Java CAPS Applications from Sun SeeBeyond to Oracle SOA Suite

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/soasuite/learnmore/migrateseebeyondjavacapstosoasuite-520614.pdf

Posted by guest on February 16, 2012 at 10:52 PM PST #

Very insightful post..Thank You.

Posted by Murthy on February 24, 2012 at 07:29 AM PST #

Hi,

We are planing migration of JCAPS interfaces to Oracle SOA.

Could you please guide me. Can i get your contact to discuss further.

Thanks!
Madhavendra Mishra

Posted by guest on July 24, 2012 at 06:58 AM PDT #

Sure Madhavendra. Let us plan to have a call to discuss this opportunity and how can I help you.

Kind Regards,
--Suresh

Posted by guest on July 24, 2012 at 11:01 AM PDT #

Any body knows from where can i download the migration utlity jcaps to Oracle ?

Posted by guest on February 22, 2013 at 12:57 AM PST #

Please contact your Oracle solutions consultant - he can help you get access to the tools.

Posted by Demed on March 07, 2013 at 09:16 AM PST #

Hi,

Can you please direct me to an official public facing document that explains the licensing rules for JCaps for DR? The JCaps licensing was purchased directly from SUN so if you have a document that explains how SUN used to license the DR that should help.

Thank you!

Posted by Sandrin on March 07, 2013 at 07:45 PM PST #

Hi,

i am new i jcaps and my interesting was i jcaps MSMQ Adaptor.
does any one used on both plataform? windows and linux? if so may you give step for.

Posted by Leonel on July 14, 2013 at 04:38 PM PDT #

Hello Leonel,

You can find details on the Oracle Java CAPS Adapter for MSMQ @ :http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E21454_01/html/821-2575/commadapt_msmq_c.html

Thanks and Kind Regards,
--Suresh

Posted by Suresh Sharma on July 15, 2013 at 04:31 PM PDT #

Hello Leonel,

Additionally, here is link to blog entry which have detailed step by step instructions on reading MSMQ messages with high TPS @ https://blogs.oracle.com/toxophily/entry/java_caps_tip_reading_msmq

Thanks and Kind Regards,
--Suresh

Posted by Suresh Sharma on July 15, 2013 at 04:46 PM PDT #

Hi Suresh,

Looking for the migration tool..we are planning to start migration from jCaps to SOA Suite.

Thanks,

Posted by guest on September 09, 2013 at 03:15 AM PDT #

To get access to migration tool , please either work with your Oracle account team or log an SR with Oracle support.

Thanks and Kind Regards,
--Suresh

Posted by guest on September 09, 2013 at 11:53 AM PDT #

Hello,

We are in mix of things to replace JCAPS. Can someone please direct us to whom we should approach in helping us determine whether OSA Suite is the right direction?

Thanks
Raghu

Posted by Raghu Kodumuri on November 11, 2013 at 12:18 PM PST #

Hello Raghu,

Please reach out to your Oracle Account Team to engage Oracle solutions consultant to explore more on Oracle SOA Suite.

Thanks and Kind Regards,
--Suresh

Posted by guest on November 11, 2013 at 01:02 PM PST #

Hello Suresh,

I wanted to know the details regarding migration tool, like what all it supports or what are the limitation.
Can you please route me to the appropriate team from whom i can get the details?

Thanks,
Smita

Posted by guest on April 11, 2014 at 01:49 AM PDT #

Hello Smita,

Please reach out to your Oracle Account team or log an Oracle Support Incident ( SR) to get details on Migration tooling.

Thanks and Kind Regards,
--Suresh

Posted by Suresh Sharma on April 11, 2014 at 02:08 PM PDT #

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