Tuesday Aug 13, 2013

The AppAdvantage of Oracle Cloud & On-premises Integration

Are you an Oracle application customer wondering:

“How do I avoid a nightmare of complexity while expanding my application integration infrastructure from on-premises to a hybrid mix of cloud and on-premises?”

If so, your awareness of the complexity that results when departments develop a growing patchwork of cloud integrations independent from a cohesive enterprise strategy, is an important first step. This naturally evolving complexity, known as the “Accidental Cloud Architecture” returns enterprises to the painful pre-SOA days of point-to-point integration. Much has been written on this phenomenon including a recent Forrester report (“The Hybrid2 Integration Challenge” by Stefan Ried, PH.D., May 1 2013) which states:

“…the existing integration tool landscape at most large enterprises is simply too varied and disparate to support full implementation of a digital business design strategy”

The image below shows a visual description of the challenge of managing a growing collection of disparate integration toolkits and their associated disparate standards and non-standards.

Disparate Toolkits Oracle’s solution to simplifying the complexity of cloud and on-premises integration is based on removing the distinction between cloud and on-premises integration with a unified approach to integration regardless of deployment location. As shown in the image below, this includes a single standards-based toolkit (using Java, BPEL, etc.) across all applications.

Unified Cloud Integration

In addition to the simplified complexity of a unified approach to integration, the following additional features describe the AppAdvantage that Oracle customer’s benefit from when using Oracle Fusion Middleware to integrate Oracle applications.


  • Developed by Oracle Application Software Developers – When using Oracle SOA Suite to integrate with Oracle E-Business Suite, the implementation for selecting application data was developed by the Oracle E-Business Suite software development team for Oracle SOA Suite. This close level of collaboration between Oracle’s application and integration teams minimizes risk by providing you a fully integrated and application version-aware integration solution.
  • Oracle Fusion Applications are Pre-integrated with Oracle SOA Suite – Oracle Fusion Applications already include the core features of Oracle SOA Suite such as the BPEL Process Manager for orchestrating flow between applications and other data stores. When you are ready to expand your integration into an unified platform across your enterprise, you are simply extending the foundation embedded within Oracle Fusion applications.
  • Common Policy Management Between Oracle Fusion Applications & Oracle SOA Suite – Instead of one policy management implementation for your applications and another for your integration platform, Oracle Fusion Applications shares the same Oracle Web Services Management policy management solution with Oracle SOA Suite which simplifies complexity and reduces time to integrate. Policy management for signing messages, performing encryption, authentication, and role-based access control is greatly simplified. Furthermore, changing policies is done independent of the end-points (such as services) so you have greater flexibility and security throughout your enterprise.
  • Mobile-ready Application Enablement & Integration – Instead of splintering off a new mobile enablement and integration platform that will eventually require some form of integration with your enterprise integration platform, Oracle SOA Suite spans the needs of the enterprise developer building SOAP-based services as well as newer mobile application enablement with RESTful services within Oracle SOA Suite's enterprise service bus, known as Oracle Service Bus.  Your enterprise developers can immediately expose services for mobile, cloud, and whatever comes next with this unified approach to integration.
For more information on Oracle's solution to simplifying hybrid cloud integration complexity, download the white paper "Cloud Integration - A Comprehensive Solution"

Wednesday Jul 24, 2013

Transitioning from TIBCO to Oracle SOA - Part 1

At the last Oracle OpenWorld, EA (Electronic Arts) presented "Winning at Digital: Build the World's Best Digital Playground, with fun for EVERYONE, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE."  To achieve their required level of scalability for over 220 million registered users, EA transitioned from TIBCO middleware into an Oracle Fusion Middleware platform based on Oracle SOA Suite 11g.  As shown in the left-to-right project timeline below, their transition successfully went live on May 21 2012 in 30 countries and 14 languages across North America, Europe, and Asia:

Project Meridian at EA

The previous implementation (shown in the middle) used a combination of file uploads, SQL scripts, TIBCO and according to EA resulted in a platform that was not scalable to meet their future requirements.

The current Oracle Fusion Middleware implementation (indicated on the right side of the image above) now handles the following transaction volumes, business process, formats and message sizes:

Volume CharacteristicsPrior to their transition from a collection of disparate platforms and tools, regions of EA would sometimes independently update or change applications without synchronizing with other geographies which seriously impacted the enterprise.  The standardization on Oracle SOA Suite addressed this issue and also met their current and future scalability requirements.

In the Profit Magazine cover story, EA describes their transition to a "Future-Proof" solution to support their 30% growth in digital revenue, led by direct-to-consumer channels.  The article describes how "in the spring of 2011, EA management engaged Oracle staff to design and build the iHub, EA’s data integration solution, based on Oracle Fusion Middleware. The joint team reviewed the mission, desired outcomes, and target key performance indicators (KPIs) of the project. Then they reverse-engineered those outcomes to come up with a project plan. Meanwhile, millions of transactions kept rolling in daily, so there was urgency behind the initiative."Profit Magazine-EA

“Generally, when you’re on a project, it takes three months to build a team, set everything up, and start delivering these integration services,” Deepak Advani, VP of enterprise services says. “We basically took two weeks to set the project up, and we were delivering in four weeks. We were adjusting and building as we went.”

This blog focusing on Oracle SOA Suite scalability is a first in a series of upcoming blogs on "Transitioning to Oracle SOA Suite".  Stay tuned for more updates on how and why customers are migrating to Oracle SOA Suite.

To assess your scalability and other aspects of your integration platform, take the SOA Assessment by Oracle or for some cool gaming pictures, click on the image below:

FIFA Soccer Image


Monday Jul 15, 2013

Events: Oracle Simplifying Integration of Cloud and On-Premise

Join us for breakfast at an upcoming "Simplifying Integration of Cloud and On-Premise" event to hear Oracle Extending Integration to the Consumerintegration experts provide solutions to the challenges of increased integration complexity.   The relative simplicity of years past when integration was mostly on-premise without the requirements to integrate cloud applications, mobile devices, embedded devices, disparate data silos,  and enterprise business process is long gone.

As you plan your path to simplified integration, it's critically important to anticipate what's coming next.  During "The Future of Integration" keynote, hear about how the "Internet of Things" including extensive use of consumer-focused Location-Based Services is not a separate concern from enterprise integration but instead a near term extension of your current role in enterprise integration.

The image below presents one of the challenges resulting from the Accidental Cloud Architecture which is addressed during the event:

Connectivity by Accident

After the keynote, attend sessions covering:

  • SOA - Simplifying Integration for Cloud and On-premise Applications
  • BPM - Extend Applications and Manage Processes Across the Cloud
  • Data Integration - Dissolve Data Silos Within the Enterprise
  • Fast Data - Push Fast Data to the Edge with Event Processing

Starting in Asia-Pacific, the first 3 events will be in:

  • New Zealand - Wellington - July 23, 2013
  • Australia - Brisbane - July 24, 2013 (Booked to capacity)
  • Singapore - August 28, 2013
  • more to be announced

So please join us to increase your knowledge on how to simplify integration.  We hope to see you there.

Access the "Simplifying Integration" events at the following LINK

Thursday May 23, 2013

Take the SOA Assessment Challenge!

Is your SOA-based integration leading or lagging your competition?

Are you stuck with too much point-to-point application integration and not enough SOA-based integration?

Find out how your company ranks relative to your competition.

Spider Chart Assessment Graphic

Simply answer the 16-question SOA Assessment to receive your customized 12-page report that ranks your answers relative to others in your industry.

Assessment Main Screen

Based on guidance from Oracle Architects, the SOA Assessment covers the 8 domains listed in the table below.

8 Domains

Your customized report provides “Actions to Consider” and “Potential Business Impact” for each domain. Access the SOA Assessment (link) to receive your report.

Hope you find it useful!

Note: Once a minimum threshold of assessment participants has been reached for your industry, such as Financial Services, the report will provide a targeted comparison with peers only from your industry.  Until that threshold is reached, your answers will be compared with all assessment participants.

Friday May 10, 2013

The Difference Between Oracle and IBM Integration

Oracle and IBM are the only two Integration Platform vendors in the Leadership quadrant of all three Gartner Schneider White PaperMagic Quadrants for Application Infrastructure related to service integration (SOA). You may wonder “what’s the difference between Oracle and IBM integration offerings?” …they both provide application connectivity, have an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), event processing, process orchestration, business rules, management, governance and more. There are however several key differentiators between Oracle and IBM integration often referenced by industry analysts and end users that strongly impact complexity and total cost of ownership.

What sparked the creation of this blog was a customer case study on Schneider National, which transitioned from IBM Sterling Gentran B2B, IBM InterChange Server, and IBM MQ Series to Oracle SOA Suite and other Oracle Fusion Middleware. The case study highlights:

one of the key differentiators of Oracle integration over IBM integration…a unified approach to middleware to simplify integration and lower cost.

Much has been written on the IBM side of the unified discussion including cautions by industry analysts referring to the significant amount of ongoing professional services to support and deploy the collection of often overlapping IBM components. One example of the overlapping components is described on IBM’s website (page has since been removed but similar content is referenced on this site) which gives the 27 considerations to decipher when deciding when to use which of the 3 IBM ESBs for each different ESB-related scenario. For Oracle, there is one consideration...if you want application infrastructure agility, then the solution is all built into one Oracle Service Bus.

The complete Schneider National Customer Transformation story is available for download. Here is a quick summary of the background and key take-aways that highlight the unified difference in Oracle’s approach to integration:

Prior to the Transformation

  • Complex applications and data environment at Schneider
  • Expensive and time-consuming to maintain and evolve application integration
  • Multiple order entry systems, multiple rating engines, several sources of customer information, no “single version of the truth”
  • Launched a 5-year business transformation program – “Quest”

Objectives

  • Rationalize, simplify, and modernize enterprise IT applications and infrastructure
  • Create a modular, flexible, expandable and scalable IT architecture for long-term strategic growth
  • Core tenets: Common development environment, common runtime environment, and common management environment to standardize processes and tools

Results

  • Consolidated to a single core set of unified tools, providing a consistent programming model for developers
  • Lower development and maintenance costs
  • Over 200 application integrations
  • Introduced re-usable enterprise web services such as TranportationOrder, Claims, Shipment, Account, AccountProfile, Location, Driver, Supplier and more.
  • Real time tuning of data flow using 40 business rules
  • Proven scalability to over 20 million messages per day
  • Oracle B2B for EDI, part of Oracle SOA Suite, with over 900 trading partners and over 100 types of B2B documents

The end result for Schneider’s use of Oracle SOA Suite and all the major components of Oracle Fusion Middleware is a simplified solution for applications design, development, and maintenance, lower costs, improved productivity providing scalability, performance, and reliability to “power it’s growth in the next decade”

Schneider Stack Diagram

Image from the White Paper showing Schneider National's Application Infrastructure

Download the Schneider National Case Study

Thursday May 02, 2013

Integrate and Mobilize - Oracle Magazine Article

Check out the Service Integration and BPM article on "Integrate and Mobilize" in the new issue of Oracle Magazine.  CoverGreat snapshots on Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite customers San Joaquin County, California and Teva North America, subsidiary of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.

Topics include why Teva chose Oracle SOA Suite over IBM, how San Joaquin County is saving $20,000 annually, plans for cloud adoption, and much more.  Oracle's vice president of product management Tim Hall discuss 3 primary ways customers are realizing the power of SOA. 

Integrate and Mobilize


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Register for your free copy here

Monday Apr 15, 2013

Tax Day - Intuit's SaaS Based on Oracle SOA Suite

Have you ever wondered how Intuit manages their portion of the over 140M US tax filers and integrates the information with CRM, billing, and over 30 other applications?Intuit Logo

Check out this video of Intuit Integration Architect Jeff Kester describing how Intuit’s Software-as-a-Service is made possible by Oracle SOA Suite including his key comments on:

Intuit Video

  • Lower IT costs
  • Improved customer experience
  • Seamless application upgrades
  • Frictionless application integration
  • Deployment automation
  • Common data model
  • End to end orchestration
  • 360-degree view of the customer
  • Flexibility and agility
  • Improved cross-sell and up-sell

For more on integrating SaaS applications with on-premise applications, check out the white paper "Cloud Integration – A Comprehensive Solution"

Wednesday Apr 10, 2013

Video Demo: Hybrid Cloud Integrations using Oracle SOA Suite

The blog post "Cloud Integration in Minutes" - True or False? highlighted the challenges faced by integration projects, beyond just simple web service connectivity. However, as stated in that article, it is possible to implement SaaS API "connectivity" in minutes, and this post is going to show you how! We will go through a step-by-step approach using Oracle SOA Suite 11g, and integrate with the Oracle RightNow CX Cloud Service as an example, demonstrating the ease with which you can incorporate cloud applications in your overall enterprise integration architecture, today.

You may be hearing a lot about cloud connectivity, with "adapters" sprouting up everywhere and wondering - what's the big deal with cloud APIs? Isn't a SaaS API simply a REST/SOAP based web service call?

Yes and No! Web services standards are one of the key characteristics of cloud connectivity, however the implementations differ vastly. To use an analogy, the term "democracy" is broadly considered as a form of government wherein citizens have an equal say in decisions that affect their daily lives, however, its implementation varies vastly across countries from "direct democracy" to "representative democracy" (see Wikipedia).

Similarly, SaaS APIs are built on some key characteristics at the technical level, however the functional implementations varies drastically across vendors. As seen in the diagram below, even if every SaaS API only ever used established technical standards (on the left), the combination and configuration of those standards can result in functional API implementations (on the right) that don't seem to have anything in common.

 

For example, one vendor may choose to implement their SaaS APIs using REST/JSON and OAuth, whereas another may use SOAP/XML and WS-Security - an example of combination choices. Even if both used SOAP/XML, the object schemas can be different - both syntactically and semantically, for example, the definition of a "Customer" will differ in B2B and B2C scenarios. In addition, the vendors may use different WSDL types (strong vs loose typed), different customization approaches (generated vs flex fields), or how authentication credentials are sent (SOAP header vs body), or message interaction patterns (synchronous vs delayed asynchronous response), or API styles (Java code or SQL syntax), or how the ETL patterns are implemented (one file per object vs multiple zipped files).

In short, the software industry has good technical standards (and a lot of them!), but lacks functional standards for semantic interoperability across vendor APIs. Multiply this by the number of technical protocols and clients, and you can see why functional standards are the real source of complexity in ANY integration project - SaaS or on-premise; and is the reason I consider claims of "integration in minutes" as being naive at best.

The 23 minute video below walks you step-by-step in integrating with a SaaS API, showing how Oracle SOA Suite 11g is flexible enough to adapt to any combination of the technical standards above, making it an ideal choice for hybrid cloud integrations. For more examples of hybrid cloud integrations, download this white paper.

If you are familiar with Oracle WebLogic Server certificate setups, skip the video above in the future and go to this abridged 11 minute version. If you like this video and would like to see more tips like this or have any questions, we would like to hear from you in the comments below. Special thanks to the Oracle SOA Suite integration architecture team, especially Ravindran Sankaran and Narayana Pedapudi, for help with the demo implementation.

Monday Apr 01, 2013

Oracle Announces Facebook Windshield Integration

Hey all you dedicated Facebook users! Can’t put down Facebook while you’re driving? We have the solution for you. Stay connected with your friends even while driving with Oracle’s newly released “Facebook Windshield”.

Oracle Facebook Windshield Heads-up Display


Combining automotive hardware and integration software, the Facebook Windshield is an Engineered System that keeps your focus on Facebook so you are not wasting so much time dealing with common driving annoyances such as paying attention to traffic lights and watching for stop signs.

Empirical studies have shown that 60% of the time, drivers are moving in a straight direction. So why not put those fingers to better use by staying connected with your friends using the heads-up display windshield keyboard. And when you need to turn the wheel, put one of those knees to work. They’re not doing anything and they’re horrible at typing.

Feedback from the testing program was very positive in the age 16-17 category.  Below are a few quotes from the category:

  • “dude…you gotta check this thing out”
  • “I think people who worry more about driving details than Facebook just don’t get it.”
  • “They really thought this thing through…after my traffic incident and after my airbag deflated, it let me finish my post. This is awesome”

Some concerns from the age 18+ categories however focused mostly on safety. These concerns were emphatically put to rest, much to the satisfaction of the beta testers with the following assurance from Oracle product management: “I can say with 75% confidence that all concerns in the 4 areas of enjoyment, collaboration, entertainment, and safety will be addressed prior to delivery of Facebook Windshield.”

To learn more about Oracle Facebook Windshield, see the following LINK

Monday Mar 25, 2013

How Oracle SOA Suite Simplifies Integration

You are 8 minutes away from having a better understanding of the following three topics. Watch this brief webcast titled “Simplifying Integration in the Enterprise and Cloud” to learn:Got 8 Minutes?

  • How integration complexity will increase
...unless you avoid the accidental cloud architecture
  • The 4 main aspects of Oracle SOA Suite
... and how the Oracle Service Bus, B2B, cloud integration and more fit into the Oracle SOA Suite
  • What OnStar said about their Oracle SOA Suite benefits
...including how they integrated Facebook


Below are a couple of screenshots.  Enjoy the webcast

Oracle SOA Suite Service Virtualization

This week is “Integration” week as part of the five month “New Business Imperative” Webcast Series.  Watch the webcast then stay tuned for more about Oracle's cloud integration solution.

Tuesday Mar 19, 2013

SOA Summit - Oracle Session Now on YouTube

Learn about Oracle's strategy for simplifying integration and developing a more responsive enterprise even while you expand your integration support to include cloud and mobile.  Recently uploaded to YouTube, this session highlights the commonly overlooked aspects of cloud integration to give you a more comprehensive view of the many aspects of cloud integration beyond basic connectivity.  

Also included are product screenshots, a complete diagram of the components of Oracle SOA Suite and the associated management components as well as customer case studies.

Is Cloud Integration just a Web service? Oracle SOA Suite

Join the www.youtube.com/oraclefusionmiddle channel to stay connected with future video postings.  To watch the Oracle session, click on the video image link above.

Thursday Mar 14, 2013

How Cisco Integrates Cloud & On-premise Apps with Oracle SOA Suite

Have you ever wondered how some big companies are able to rapidly acquire and merge applications?  Take a look at this webcast by Cisco’s Senior IT Manager Paras Jain. Shortly after the WebEx acquisition 5 years ago, Cisco consolidated to Webcast Slide #1a single unified customer experience for online ordering of cloud and on-premise collaboration applications. Within 6 months, Cisco achieved break-even on their Oracle SOA Suite integration investment, eliminated duplicate order data entry and significantly improved their service level agreements (SLAs).

In the webcast, Paras dives into their SaaS IT System Architecture to describe how Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus are used for mediation, security, and monitoring as part of their subscription lifecycle management, partner ordering, quote & order, taxation and more as shown in the image below:

Cisco-WebEx SaaS IT System Architecture

Also covered are before and after slides of the order fulfillment process showing how Cisco simplifies and streamlines integration of cloud and on-premise applications and the associated processes. 

View this webcast and more from the Oracle SOA & BPM Customer Insights Webcast Series - LINK

Wednesday Mar 06, 2013

The SOA Mandate

I recall attending a Gartner integration conference in 2003, ten years after Gartner’s Alexander Pasik introduced the term SOA. Attendees were still voicing skepticism with comments like “SOA is just a new term for <insert unrelated re-use technology name here>” or “is this just another fad I can wait out?” Since this introduction, there has been a gradual but steady growth in the acceptance of service-based integration over the last decade as a strategy to increase agility and time-to-market but not as a mandate. SOA Mandate Image

A tipping point has finally occurred as a result of two recent trends, elevating the importance of SOA into a mandate for enterprise adoption for a large swath of medium to large size companies. The convergence of these two simultaneous trends are, for the first time, aggressively pushing SOA above the mandate threshold:

  1. Mobile Services are Different– At the most recent Gartner AADI event, the pre-event attendee survey indicated for the first time in several years that interest in “mobile enablement” jumped ahead of cloud which dropped to #2. During the keynote session, Gartner suggested a reason for mobile rising above cloud was due to companies having the option to slow down cloud adoption. For smartphone access, no such delay options exists. Customers have smartphones in their hands today and expect to interact with their accounts in an optimized mobile interface…simply put, smartphones have put urgency into mobile services. As Oracle SOA Suite customers have presented (Oracle OpenWorld 2012), mobile demands “mobile-sized” services that are different from existing service calls designed to support large amounts of data for large screen sizes over transmission rates that are far more reliable than intermittently limited mobile networks. The stronger the need for multiple types of service calls, the stronger the driver for getting serious about SOA
  2. Cloud Creating a More Disparate Infrastructure – In years past, most of the applications were on-premise and installed by the internal IT department, giving IT a stronger upfront role in the selection of the application and placing some priority on how well this application will integrate with the existing infrastructure. Now that more applications are cloud based, lines-of-business are able to select, and “deploy” new SaaS applications into production (initially uncoupled from existing enterprise applications) and therefore delay IT participation. Since every new cloud application vendor has its own specifications and techniques that it mandates for integration with their product, the relative uniformity of yesterdays purely on-premise infrastructure is rapidly disappearing. When IT gets involved for integration of the SaaS app with the existing infrastructure a full-featured integration platform supporting what is known as “any-to-any” transformation is a proven method to future-proof the infrastructure to support the next SaaS application. This point was highlighted by Oracle SOA Suite customer Geeta Pyne during the Oracle session at Gartner AADI and mentioned in a prior blog post.

What’s different about these two trends is a sense of urgency. In contrast to the classic drivers for SOA such as the need to enable businesses to roll out services faster, lower costs, and lower risk that were frequently addressed slowly, mobile service enablement and integrating disparate cloud applications can’t wait. As early adopters of SOA are proving out, having a service infrastructure in place allowed for rapid support of mobile services and integration of disparate cloud applications into the enterprises.

We are certainly well past the point of questioning the value of SOA. Instead…more and more enterprise companies are deciding SOA is a mandate for them to be able to deliver mobile services faster and support any new cloud application that joins the application infrastructure and maybe most importantly, gives them the flexibility to support a third trend when it arrives.

For more on cloud integration and mobile services enablement, follow this Oracle SOA blog and the social media channels highlighted on this page.

Friday Jan 25, 2013

Your Next WebEx Meeting - Powered by Oracle SOA Suite Integration

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?  

Video of Cisco's Paras Jain talking about their Oracle SOA Suite implementationCheck 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

Video Demo - Oracle SOA Suite 11g

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 EditorComposite Editor - Zoomed
    • 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 ManagerEnd-to-end Flow Trace within Oracle Enterprise Manager for Oracle SOA Suite
    • 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 Policy Management

 Policy Management

Oracle BAM Dashboard - Zoomed

Oracle BAM Dashboard

Oracle SOA Suite - Complete, Integrated



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