My Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2012

OOW 2012 I'm Speaking

I have 2 sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2012.

Oracle Fusion Applications: Customizing and Extending Business Processes

Rajesh Raheja - Senior Director, Product Management for Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Integration joins me  to talk about the approaches in customizing and extending Oracle Fusion Applications with Oracle SOA Suite. CON8719

When: Monday, Oct 1, 4:45 PM – 5:45 PM

Where: Palace Hotel – Twin Peaks North

Oracle Fusion Applications: Best Practices in Integration Design Patterns

I will be join Rajesh Raheja to provide a high level view of the Oracle Fusion Applications integration strategy and showing the best practice integration design patterns. You will learn how to discover integration assets, invoke web services and use cloud data integration. The session is not just limited to SaaS deployments, but will be useful for on-premises customers as well. CON8685

When: Tuesday, Oct 2, 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM

Where: Palace Hotel – Telegraph

I will also be at the SOA Customer Advisory Board on Thursday.

Here is another session that  I would want to strongly recommend. This is a session that discusses how Oracle SOA Suite could be used to integrate applications with the ones on the cloud.

How to Integrate Cloud Applications with Oracle SOA Suite

Rajesh Raheja will be joined by Geeta Pyne (Director, Middleware at BMC Software) to address cloud integration challenges and how Oracle SOA Suite can help with a consistent approach to integration, whether on-premises or cloud. I am quite excited about this session as we will tackle the hype and myth of “simple” cloud integrations and share real-life application integration experiences. Don’t miss this one! CON8968

When: Tuesday, Oct 2, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

Where: Moscone West – 3003

See you at Oracle Open World!

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This is the blog about Oracle Business Integration Design Patterns. Our team which is part of Business & Data Integrations Development Organization at oracle, focuses on providing technical and architectural guidance & support to Fusion Applications, AIA as well as Product Development teams across various Global Business Units on designing & building integrations. This blog focuses on discussing the different types of integration use cases we have come across and how the design patterns prescribed, could be used to implement similar use cases leveraging various components (BPEL, OSB, Mediator, OBR, BAM, BPM, CEP, WLS) available in Oracle SOA & BPM Suite.

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