By Juergenkress-Oracle on Dec 11, 2013
Oracle Forms & Reports, a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, is Oracle's long-established technology to design and build enterprise applications quickly and efficiently. It has proved to be extremely successful, both among third party ISVs as well as at Oracle itself – Oracle’s E-Business Suite is an example. Although this technology is now 20 years old, Oracle rem ains committed to the development of Forms and Reports, and to the ongoing release as components of the Oracle Fusion Middleware platform. This continuing commitment to Forms technology enables you to leverage your existing investment by easily upgrading and integrating existing Oracle Forms applications to take advantage of the latest web technologies like ADF, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA),, Business Process Management (BPM) and others.
Many organizations run enterprise Oracle Forms applications created in the 90s. If you’ve done investments in Oracle Forms and you are looking for a way to modernize your solution you should be aware of the modernization strategies that exist for your Oracle Forms applications. Oracle provides a roadmap to modernize applications based on Oracle Forms technology by providing an incremental approach for developers who need to extend their business platform to JEE, SOA and E20. This allows Oracle Forms customers to retain their investment in Oracle Forms while leveraging the opportunities offered by complementing technologies.
If you and your customers wonder about the future of your application, join us at this session to find out more about the future of Oracle Forms and evaluate how you can leverage the latest technology offerings by Oracle to stay ahead of the competition.
- Oracle’s Vision and Strategy
- Upgrade, Modernize or Migrate?
- New Strategic Technologies
- Partner ISV Guidelines
Summary - Q&A
Thursday, December 12, 2013
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