BPM 10gR3 is Generally Available

Last month BPM 10gR3 became generally available. Although it is a bit of old news by now, what better news to start this blog with!

As you may know, BPM is the ALBPM product we acquired from BEA; the 10gR3 release is what is commonly referred to as the 100 day release for BEA acquired products.


However, it is a lot more than that. Before acquisition, BEA was planning a 6.1 release. At Oracle, we continued to invest - this release added so many enhancements that we were planning on calling it 6.5, before settling on 10gR3, as a consistent release number across the stack.


Some of my personal favorite enhancements are:


  • Significantly enhanced BPMN modeling

  • Richer, more flexible, and more productive workspace application

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  • Personal dashboards

  • WYSIWYG forms and dashboard editor


Alex blogged about the ten reasons why this is a must consider release.


Also, watch this blog for more posts on the specifics of the exciting new and enhanced features in this release.


Comments:

Link to "Alex blogged about the ten reasons why this is a must consider release." does not work. http://blogs.oracle.com/alextoussaint/2008/09/ten_reasons_why_you_should_loo.html

Posted by Manoj on February 05, 2010 at 01:02 AM PST #

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