Thursday Sep 19, 2013

Inside the OOW Session: BPM, SOA, and Oracle ADF: Patterns Learned from Oracle Fusion Applications

Author: Mohan Kamath, Senior Director, Oracle

Oracle Fusion Applications have been built using standards-based foundation comprising of Fusion Middleware Technology. They can be deployed and accessed on-premise, on a private cloud or via the Oracle Cloud. Critical enterprise business processes would need to integrate ERP data from the cloud as well as on-premise systems. These processes can span company boundaries. Business users comprising of employees, customers and partners would need to access and transact data from wherever they are using Web and Mobile UIs. Customizability and extensibility are also very important to meet the unique needs of a company or a business unit.

BPM, SOA and ADF are important technologies used in Fusion Applications for addressing many of these requirements. Join us at Oracle OpenWorld for:

CON9439: BPM, SOA, and Oracle ADF: Patterns Learned from Oracle Fusion Applications
Tuesday, Sep 24, 5:15 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
Moscone West, Room 2014

This session will focus on patterns learned from building fusion applications as well as on-boarding new customers and addressing their business needs. Specific topics that will be covered include:

  • Cloud Access / Integration Patterns: Composite Applications, Loose Coupling, Security, Hybrid (On-premise/Cloud) integration
  • Customizability / Extensibility Patterns: Data Customization, Process Customization, UI Customization, Application Extensibility
  • Mobile Access Patterns: REST Services, Mobile Applications

If you have already started, evaluating or considering moving to cloud applications don’t miss this session that will provide insight into a variety of topics and how they are being addressed in the world of Fusion Applications.

Learn about this and other Oracle AppAdvantage sessions at OpenWorld in the Focus on AppAdvantage Guide.

Following Larry’s Cloud Keynote – Oracle’s MWaaS, Public, Private Strategy Session

How do I leverage Oracle’s Middleware-as-a-Service offerings? What is the “as-a-Service” strategy? When do I use Oracle Public vs. Private Cloud or a combination of the two? Following Larry’s keynote on Tuesday Sept 24th get the answers to these questions and more. After a 30-minute break, head over to the Red curtain3:45 PM General Session titled “Oracle Fusion Middleware: Designed to Power Your Cloud Strategy” to hear Senior Director of Product Management Sandeep Banerjie and Oracle VP/Architect Mark Nelson give an introduction of Oracle MWaaS as well as an in-depth look into Oracle Public Cloud and Oracle Private Cloud.

Included in the session are demonstrations of Oracle Public Cloud as well as Oracle Private Cloud showcasing Engineered Systems, next generation IaaS management from the Nimbula acquisition, and Oracle Enterprise Manager.


Hope to see you on Tuesday September 24th at 3:45 at Moscone West – 3024. 

For more information on Oracle Cloud and MWaaS sessions, see the Middleware Cloud Computing and MWaaS, see the Middleware Cloud Computing Focus On listing.

Inside the OOW Session: Redefine Human Capital Management…with the Right Business Innovation Platform?

Author: Rimi Bewtra, Senior Director, Oracle

Enterprises of all sizes are recognizing that Human Capital Management needs to align organization’s people strategy as well as their company’s overall values and goals.  Ensuring that the full employee lifecycle of each of employee (from hire to retire) is aligned with the strategic goals of the business is a critical challenge – but this is exactly where right technology investments can help. Oracle Applications together with Oracle Fusion Middleware is helping businesses increase productivity and growth by developing and engaging employees and effectively managing their performance.

In this session I have invited one of Oracle Fusion Middleware’s most demanding customers – Peoplesoft! No kidding … for Oracle Fusion Middleware our most demanding customers sit in the buildings across from my office … they are the development and strategy teams for Oracle Applications. My colleague and customer, Peoplesoft Product Strategy Director, David Bain will join me to discuss key areas where Peoplesoft has been able to embrace Oracle Fusion Middleware to enhance and extend its capabilities.

Session: Oracle AppAdvantage: Orchestrate HCM Processes and Drive HR Efficiencies [CON9343]
Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013
Time: 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Location: Moscone West - 2014

David and I will have an open dialog and discuss the benefits and challenges, demonstrate key capabilities, and showcase successes across Mobility, Security, Integration and much more ….

For more details on this and other sessions that explore how Fusion Middleware can enhance and extend the value of Oracle Applications download the Focus On Oracle AppAdvantage document.


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