Inside the OOW Session: BPM, SOA, and Oracle ADF: Patterns Learned from Oracle Fusion Applications
By Tanu Sood on Sep 19, 2013
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:
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.