Transitioning from TIBCO to Oracle SOA - Part 2
By Bruce Tierney on Aug 22, 2013
Last months "Transitioning from TIBCO to Oracle SOA - Part 1" highlighting Electronic Arts (EA) was the first in a series of blogs on how and why customers have transitioned from TIBCO, IBM, Microsoft and other integration solutions to Oracle SOA Suite.
This blog focuses on how Eaton Corporation transitioned from TIBCO into a services-based integration solution using Oracle SOA Suite. Their previous integration was based on a lot of point-to-point integrations with TIBCO as described in the Oracle SOA Customer Insights Webcast by Eaton Corporation and shown in the "Eaton's Legacy TIBCO Implementation" screenshot on the right:
In the webcast, Eaton states:
"What our goal is, we actually want to get away from TIBCO towards more of a SOA environment"
and describes how they have transitioned to a comprehensive integration solution based on re-usable services encompassing a broad range of applications. The screenshot below, also from the webcast, illustrates their more recent integration implementation covering Distributed Order Management (DOO), integration to Oracle E-Business Suite, and SAP implementations in Austria and Germany. Current integration implementation:
View the entire Eaton webcast to hear about their lessons learned and to see a deep dive into their modern service integration solution architecture - Oracle SOA Customer Insights Webcast Series