Tuesday Oct 02, 2012

Open World Session - BPM, SOA and ADF Combined:Patterns learned from Fusion Applications

Blog by Meera Srinivasan (Oracle Product Management)


Today afternoon (10/2/2012), Mohan Kamath, and I (Meera Srinivasan) delivered an Open World session on how Oracle Fusion Applications (the next generation business applications from Oracle), use Oracle BPM, Oracle SOA and Oracle ADF products. These adoption patterns can be applied in a generic manner to produce process-centric, user-centric, highly customizable and extensible next generation application. The session was well attended and we had lively discussions with the attendees during Q & A. We started with why as an application developer, you should look at BPM for creating a process-centric application and presented the following fusion adoption patterns

  1. Model driven agile development
  2. Customization and Extension
  3. Guided Process Interactions
  4. Personalization and Customization of End User Interfaces
  5. Approval Flows

Fusion HCM, On Boarding Process - Activity Guide Interface was used as an example for the Guided Process Interactions adoption pattern and the Fusion CRM BPM Process Templates for Customization adoption pattern. In the Personalization and Customization of End User Interfaces section, we looked at how ADF is used within Oracle BPM and the various options available to customize end user interfaces. We also presented how Oracle Procurement does complex approvals using Rules and Approval Management Extensions.


We hope you found the session useful, and please do try to attend Heidi’s session on dynamic case management:
Case Management Patterns with Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite. Marriott Marquis - Salon 7, Thu 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM


OpenWorld Session: Oracle Unified BPM Suite Development Best Practices

Blog by David Read

Earlier today,  Sushil Shukla, Yogeshwar Kuntawar, and I (David Read) delivered an OpenWorld  session that covered BPM development best practices.  It was well attended.  Last year we had a session that covered end-to-end lifecycle best practices for BPM.  This year we narrowed the focus to the development portion of the lifecycle.  We started with an overview of development process best practices, then focused on a few key design topics where we’ve seen common questions from customers and partners.

  • Data Design
  • Using EDN
  • Multi-Instance Activity
  • Using the Spring Component
  • Human Task Integration

We wrapped up with an overview of key concepts for effective error handling, including error handling within the process design, and using declarative fault policies.

We hope you found the session useful, and as noted in the session, please be sure to try to attend Prasen’s session to see more details about approaches for testing Oracle Business Rules:

CON8606  Oracle Business Rules Use Cases, 10/3/2012, 3:30PM  

OpenWorld Session: BPM Analytics - Process Dashboards, BAM and Intelligent Optimization

Blog Contributed by Payal Srivastava, Oracle Product Mamagement

 
Margin of error for the business is shrinking dramatically. Business needs to accomplish more with less i.e. minimal investment with quick ROI. Learn how you can leverage Oracle BPM suite and complementary technologies to create a robust analytics capability to provide visibility into operations to  C-level executives and Operational managers. We will talk about BPM analytics options available today that will not only enhance the visibility but allow you to intelligently optimize the business process at design time as well as run time.  The session will share some exciting this on our roadmap. 

Come meet with the Oracle team members  from Product Development (Avinash Dabholkar , Eric Hsiao) and Product Management (Payal Srivastava) at the session. We would like to hear  your questions/comments about  our offering and roadmap.

BPM Analytics: Process Dashboards, BAM and Intelligent Optimization,

Moscone South 308, 10/3/12 @11:45am – CON 8598

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