Thursday Jun 25, 2015

Submit Your Nominations for the 2015 Oracle Excellence Awards

The call for nominations for the 2015 Oracle Excellence Awards for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation is currently underway with a deadline of July 31. The Oracle Excellence Awards for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation honor organizations using Oracle Fusion Middleware to deliver unique business value. This year, the awards will recognize customers across nine distinct categories:

PaaS Cloud

Mobile Platform

Big Data and Business Analytics

Security

Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud

Oracle Cloud Application Foundation

Oracle Service-Oriented Architecture

Oracle WebCenter

Oracle Business Process Management

If you are using Oracle Fusion Middleware in innovative ways to achieve significant business value, submit your nomination by Friday, July 31, 2015, for a chance to win a FREE pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2015 (October 25-29) in San Francisco, California. Award winners will be showcased at Oracle Open World 2015, get a chance to mingle with Oracle executives, network with their peers and be featured in Oracle publications.

Customers and partners may submit separate nominations forms for multiple categories. Solutions should be in production or active deployment. All nominations are also considered for Oracle OpenWorld Session presentations and speakers (speakers chosen receive FREE passes to Oracle OpenWorld as well).

For additional details and nomination forms, See: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation

Related links:

Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation: http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/awards/middleware/index.html

OpenWorld: https://www.oracle.com/openworld/index.html

Last year’s winners: https://blogs.oracle.com/fusionmiddleware/entry/and_the_winners_are

Friday Oct 31, 2014

Cloud Application Foundation Rocks OpenWorld

Author: Jens Eckels, Princial, Technology Product Marketing, Oracle
Halloween is upon us, so of course we're all wearing orange, carving pumpkins and planning our evenings to either go trick or treating with the kids, stay home and hand out candy or leave town and avoid the neighborhood crowds like a Halloween Grinch. We're also busying ourselves in the aftermath of OpenWorld 2014, where WebLogic, Coherence and other CAF products had a lot for show-and-tell. So, here are some useful links, topics and recaps just for you.

All treats, no tricks.
And maybe a few bad Halloween puns for good measure.
This year, OpenWorld understandably had a cloud emphasis, and the sessions for WebLogic and Coherence were no exception. We explored how you could keep cloud migrations from "goblin" up your IT budget (sorry for that groaner) as you look at moving from on-premise to the cloud. We looked at some of the advantages of using Coherence in tandem with WebLogic as a strategic in-memory data grid, "witch" allows you to process data in real time and offload back-end services. We held developer sessions on how open technologies like Chef and Puppet are helping you provision your infrastructure. And of course, sessions on Java Cloud Service itself that provides an easy way to move your workloads from on-premise into the public cloud (it's not as "terrifying" as you might think).

No one likes hunting all over for information, so we'll help you be a lazy "bones" by provding you some links here. Boo-ckle your seat belts and enjoy the ride through the internet - if you have the "guts."
Editor's note: I am very, very sorry for suggesting we use Halloween jokes. I didn't foresee they would be so awful. Maybe I should have read my horror-scope. Please click the links anyway.

Keynotes and General Sessions
Slideshare Presentations











We had a great time at OOW 2014, and we're looking forward to seeing in 2015 to keep you on top of your game.

Have a boo-tiful, safe and exciting Halloween and beyond!

Save the date for OpenWorld 2015:
October 25 - 29, 2015

Email me when registration for OpenWorld and JavaOne opens






Thursday Oct 30, 2014

Developer Recap: Fusion Middleware at OpenWorld 2014

Author: Jens Eckels, Principal, Technology Product Marketing

Oracle OpenWorld is over, but there's still plenty to consume! Much of the developer attention was focused on JavaOne down the road, but that doesn't mean we forgot about you! Here's a brief recap of the goings-on, some sessions you may have missed, and some useful links. Hopefully, you can take a few minutes and get all caught up.
Sessions and Keynotes
Just for you, we had a ton of OOW sessions focused on developing for Fusion Middleware. These didn't just focus on Oracle products, but also how using popular tools and frameworks can help you achieve your goals faster. These sessions focused on everything from mobile development to DevOps, with a specific focus on - you guessed it - cloud. Some useful links:

OpenWorld Keynote and Session Rewinds
JavaOne Keynotes
OpenWorld General Sessions

Yeah, yeah, yeah (you might be heard to say).
Those are all big-picture things that don't affect me on a daily basis (you might think).
You're difficult to please, aren't you? Ok, then. Let us try something else...

If you're still assuming OpenWorld isn't right for you as a developer, check out some of the sessions we completed in 2014, and we can hopefully change your mind for OpenWorld 2015.

   • A Guide to Team Development in the Cloud with Oracle Developer Cloud Service
   • Innovating in the Core: Development with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c
   • Next-Generation Oracle WebLogic Server Provisioning: Puppet, Chef, and More
   • Developing Oracle Fusion Middleware Applications in the Cloud
   • Amplify Service Integration Developer Productivity with Oracle SOA Suite 12c

And of course much more. These five examples are a sampling meant to make you hungry for more.
Kind of like good chips and salsa before your tacos arrive.

Events and Free Beer
Still not convinced we care? Well, we do. And we had several appreciation events to show you. We even handed out a lot of, er, libations, to prove it. If you didn't come to OpenWorld 204, you missed out on:

   • OTN parties that take over Howard Street
   • Live bands, including some local favorites
   • The OTN Lounge, where you could send a Tweet, and it gave you beer. Really.
   • Big-picture sessions about mobile and cloud, and how they're changing, well, everything

We had a great time with you at OOW 2014, and we're looking forward to even more developer events in 2015 to keep you on top of your game.

Save the date for OpenWorld 2015:
October 25 - 29, 2015

Email me when registration for OpenWorld and JavaOne opens






Monday Oct 06, 2014

Mobile Highlights from OOW14


Another successful Oracle OpenWorld! We saw drones cruising over Howard St. as well as the America’s Cup trophy and championship sailboat, plus the concert Wednesday night had some great weather. We dialed in the weather. Tthere’s an app for that,  I think it’s called Oracle ExaWeather Control Center  and it's built on Oracle MAF ;-)   There were a myriad of mobile sessions and hands-on-labs as mobile at Oracle continues into into high gear.  Some highlights included:


Oracle Alta User Interface

Used by Oracle’s cloud applications, cloud services and available for customer-developed applications, new UI design principles deliver elegant user interfaces and experiences for web and mobile applications. Quote from the audience: "We were thinking of starting to rewrite our front end in AngularJS, but this new Alta skin looks awesome!”


Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS)- Simplify enterprise connectivity, any app, any data, any data - secure. The demos were great and the hands on labs were packed. Mobile + Cloud = Rethink Mobile


Preview of Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX) - a cloud-based offering that brings mobile application development capabilities to professionals with no previous software development experience. With Mobile Application Accelerator, program managers, power users, and business professionals can develop mobile applications quickly and visually through their web browser.

Voila! Enhanced Oracle Mobile Application Framework + Oracle Mobile Security Suite. To simplify secure mobile application development, Oracle is deepening the integration between Oracle Mobile Application Framework and Oracle Mobile Security Suite as part of the mobile application lifecycle management process. This integrated approach makes it easier for developers to create a seamless user experience, without compromising security.

Are you developing with Eclipse?  These two were announced prior to OpenWorld, and worth repeating - a new version of Oracle Mobile Application Framework development is now available on the latest update of Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse!

And as with the continued adoption and use of Oracle Mobile Application Framework throughout Oracle and its customers, there are 14 New mobile apps for Oracle E-Business Suite!

Need to go hands on with mobile?  Mobile Application Framework Challenge - The Oracle Mobile Application Challenge invites developers to demonstrate how the Oracle Mobile Application Framework can be used to create and/or extend an enterprise application through mobile technology and then deploy that application to a handheld device. 


If you weren’t able to make some of these great sessions, don’t worry.  Oracle Technology Network is sponsoring a Virtual Technology Summit covering mobile topics and more. 

Phew! More mobile? Go to Oracle.com/mobile and then follow us on Twitter @OracleMobile

Monday Sep 29, 2014

Mobile, Mobile and Mobile @ Oracle OpenWorld!

Oracle OpenWorld is here! For me, it's all about going mobile. My top mobile recommendations are:

For a complete list of mobile sessions and labs, get the Focus on Mobile document.

To get ready and pumped up on mobile, listen to The Who's Going Mobile.

To Plan ahead on all things mobile, follow us @OracleMobile

Thursday Sep 18, 2014

Inside the OOW Session CON7646: Simpilify SaaS-On-Premises Integration

By: Srikant Subramaniam, Director, Product Management, Oracle

CON7646: Simplify SaaS and On-Premises Integration by Using Oracle Fusion Middleware

Monday, Sep 29, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM - Moscone West – 3018

Integration involves the exchange of information between systems to achieve a specific business objective such as synchronization of customer account data for fulfilling orders. The location of an application and its data, whether in the data center or under the auspices of a cloud provider, does not change this basic business need.

With the increasing popularity of Software as a Service (SaaS), many organizations are having to deal with newer cloud-based applications, in addition to their existing on-premise systems. Without proper planning, integrating these two sets of applications can often end up with an “accidental cloud architecture” characterized by point-to-point connections from the on-premise systems to their cloud counterparts, completely bypassing any well-established integration architecture principles. These custom interfaces result in brittle connections that are difficult to upgrade when endpoints change.

Attend this session to see how Oracle Fusion Middleware provides a single set of integration tools to handle all of these integration scenarios, with direct and interchangeable connections to cloud and on-premise systems. Learn how the new Cloud Adapters in SOA Suite 12c simplify the task of developing and managing connectivity and enable you to focus on building the business logic for the integration processes.


In addition, see how all these concepts come together via an actual customer example -- where we will discuss how Ricoh Americas used Oracle SOA Suite as the framework for their SaaS and on-premise integration to minimize complexity and bring new efficiencies to their business.

For more information on other Oracle AppAdvantage sessions at Open World 2014, refer to Focus on AppAdvantage.

Friday Sep 05, 2014

You are invited! See the Power of Innovation with Oracle Fusion Middleware

The Oracle Fusion Middleware team is very excited to recognize the 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards for Fusion Middleware Innovation winners with a special Awards Ceremony on Tuesday September 30th during Oracle OpenWorld.

Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards honor customers with cutting-edge use of Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies to solve unique business challenges or create business value. Winners are selected based on the uniqueness of their business case, business benefits, level of impact relative to the size of the organization, complexity and magnitude of implementation, and the originality of architecture.

If you are planning to attend Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco or plan to be in the area during Oracle OpenWorld, we hope you can join us, and bring back to your organization real-life examples of Fusion Middleware in action.

   Oracle Excellence Awards Ceremony: Oracle Fusion Middleware: Meet This Year’s Most Impressive Innovators (Session ID: CON7029)

   When: Tuesday September 30, 2014

   Time: Champagne Reception 4:30 pm, Ceremony 5-5:45 pm PT

   Where: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, YBCA Theater (next to Moscone North) 700 Howard St., San Francisco, CA, 94103


To learn more about last year’s award winners please read our blog post: Innovation Award Winners Celebrated at A Grand Ceremony at OOW: Event Highlights


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Developer Friday: Sessions To Watch For at OpenWorld 2014

Author: Jens Eckels, Principal, Technology Product Marketing

OpenWorld is coming fast! But, with much of the developer attention focused on JavaOne down the road, what is an OpenWorld attendee focused on development to do? We're glad you asked, as we've got plenty for you to consume - it's not ALL about Java code, after all. You're worrying about interoperability, integration with popular technologies, cloud deployments and much more.
Sessions
Just for you, we have a ton of OOW sessions focused on developing for Fusion Middleware. These don't just focus on Oracle products, but also how using popluar OSS tools and frameworks can help you acheive your goals faster.

A Guide to Team Development in the Cloud with Oracle Developer Cloud Service [CON5031]
Wednesday, October 1, 12:45pm, Moscone South 270
Whether you are working on the web, mobile devices, the cloud, on-premises, or a combination, a software development platform as a service (PaaS) can transform the way your applications are built and deployed. The new Oracle Developer Cloud Service PaaS is focused on simplifying and accelerating the entire Java application lifecycle (including Oracle Application Development Framework [Oracle ADF]), making it easier and faster than ever to build, run, and manage your applications. In this session, you’ll see how to go from project creation to task management/resolution and true team collaboration with code review, build, and deployment—along with multichannel access to services—through web-based/mobile solutions.

Innovating in the Core: Development with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c [CON7840]
Tuesday, September 30, 5pm, Moscone South 270
Developing applications that can interact efficiently with mobile and HTML clients has become a major focus of many development organizations. This session reviews the latest capabilities of Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3 for building the REST, WebSocket, and server-sent-event services required by modern client applications. The presentation covers new APIs, such as JAX-RS 2.0, WebSocket 1.0 API for Java, Java API for JSON Programming 1.0, and JPA 2.1; new WebSocket emulation capability; and Project Avatar, for creating JavaScript-based services and clients. It also highlights the out-of-the-box development experience, the advances in support for working with Maven environments, and IDE integration and support. Oracle WebLogic developers and architects should attend.

Next-Generation Oracle WebLogic Server Provisioning: Puppet, Chef, and More [CON7894]
Wednesday, October 1, 12:45pm, Moscone South 304
There is an explosion of interest in how to apply proven tools to automate provisioning of Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Fusion Middleware products. This session features a panel of experts discussing real-world use of tools such as Puppet and Chef to automate Oracle WebLogic Server provisioning and shorten time to market, improve quality, increase efficiencies, and drive down costs. Learn practical approaches to innovating provisioning in your environment.

Developing Oracle Fusion Middleware Applications in the Cloud [CON3575]
Wednesday, October 1, 3:30pm, Moscone South 302
Industry surveys show that the use of cloud platforms can reduce overall development time by up to 20 percent, with some respondents experiencing more than 30 percent time savings. This is largely due to the cloud platform’s ability to streamline the development process, including the ability to quickly get the development assets online. In this session, you will learn how to self-provision Oracle Fusion Middleware development and testing environments to the cloud as well as automatically build, deploy, and configure your applications to the cloud. The session’s presenters provision an Oracle SOA environment to the cloud and deploy and configure your Oracle SOA composites to the cloud, all in less than 45 minutes.

Amplify Service Integration Developer Productivity with Oracle SOA Suite 12c [CON7598]
Thursday, October 2, 1:15pm, Moscone South 236
Discover new, richer capabilities for developer productivity in various components of Oracle SOA Suite 12c. Hear how the entire cycle of integration development and testing can be accomplished and accelerated with new features in Oracle JDeveloper. This session presents a host of new features for developers, architects, and testers, such as an integrated server, templates, a SOA debugger, and mappers. The presentation also showcases Oracle Service Bus capabilities in Oracle JDeveloper.


Of course, this is just a small sampling, with many more sessions available on the OpenWorld site.

We'll look forward to seeing you there, and stay tuned for details on developer events (free, as in beer) for you to enjoy!

Monday Sep 01, 2014

Mobile @ Oracle OpenWorld and an Interview with Suhas Uliyar

A couple of mobile related items you should check out today.  

First, if you're attending Oracle OpenWorld this month, you must attend this key session for mobile by Suhas Uliyar, Oracle VP of Mobile Strategy and Product Management entitled: Time for You to Rethink Mobile? Oracle Mobile Strategy and Roadmap. It's on Monday, Sept 29, 10:15AM, Moscone South, 103.  Suhas has a long history in mobile and does a great job presenting and explaining Oracle's mobile strategy.  Seriously, don't miss it.  

Secondly, last Friday, Suhas was interviewed by Kevin Benedict from MobileEnterpriseStrategies.com, to discuss Oracle's mobile strategy. It's a nice precursor going into Oracle OpenWorld. Check it out below. 


BTW, Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @OracleMobile

Monday Aug 18, 2014

Focusing on Mobile @ Oracle OpenWorld

Plenty of exciting trends in the industry today: Cloud, Big Data, Mobile, etc. The first two are amazing of course, but for me, it's mobile, mobile and... MOBILE.  

Why? Think back to the mozilla browser (Marc Andreessen's mozilla, not today's mozilla.org), Netscape and the nascent beginnings of the World Wide Web. Amazing times. Companies were just starting to set up their home pages, basic HTML, hyperlinks, images, ooooh, aaaah.  Yahoo! was *the* search engine back then. :-\   Anywhoo, I would pose that mobile today, we are in a similar junction. Sure, there's millions of apps on Apple's App Store and Google Play, but within the enterprise, it's just getting started. I'm talking about going beyond the simple, tactical apps such as calendaring, contacts or directory service lookup. And while mobile first a common mantra, I'm referring to mobile plus which includes and looks upon the whole enterprise holistically and adds new parameters, such as your GPS location, perhaps even your vital signs. (Apple's health kit?)  Everything is going mobile. Everything connected. But with the enterprise - scalability, security, integration, app management, user management, etc. Amazing times ahead. Ok, got that off my mind.

Oracle OpenWorld 2014 - Going Mobile!  If you're coming to the big dance, I've highlighted some key mobile sessions below. And if you see me around, and there's a bar within reach, high five me for a beer. I mean, if you read this far, and didn't already jump to the list below, I think you deserve one.   Cheers! 

Click here to view the complete Focus on Mobile sessions at this years Oracle OpenWorld 2014, and don't forget to follow @OracleMobile on Twitter. 

Thursday Jul 10, 2014

OpenWorld Update: Content Catalog NOW LIVE!

The countdown has started and Oracle OpenWorld 2014 is just around the corner.  Now is the perfect time to scope out what sessions and Hands-on-Labs might be of interest to you and sessions you don't want to miss.  The Content Catalog on the OpenWorld 2014 is now live so you can search through hundreds of sessions to spot ones that may be of interest.  Stay tuned on the Fusion Middleware blog for continued OpenWorld information, including when you can actually build your schedule for the week and be ready for a great show. 

Content Catalog available at:  https://www.oracle.com/openworld/index.html

Thursday Jul 03, 2014

Register for OpenWorld 2014: Early Bird Pricing Still Available

Have you registered for Oracle OpenWorld 2014? If not, it's certainly not too late, but you should take advantage of registration discounts.  Oracle's early bird pricing for the conference continues till July 18, 2014.  A full conference pass is $2,150 vs buying an all conference pass on site is $2,650. OpenWorld is a great opportunity to learn about the latest technology and network with other peers and attend sessions, Hands on Labs and General Sessions from Oracle executives.  See you the big show that's just around the corner.   

Tuesday Jun 24, 2014

Save an Extra 200$ on OOW Registration !

Looking to get ahead of the pack when it comes to Oracle OpenWorld registration?  There is a social media sale coming to close tonight at 11:58 PM PT. Get an extra 200$ off registration with code DSJ4 -- this is on top of the 500$ early bird registration discount.  This comes out to a 700$ discount on registration fees !! Take advantage of this sale soon.  Don't miss out on this year's OpenWorld and be a part of Oracle's flagship event. 


Friday Oct 18, 2013

SOA, Empowerment and Continuous Improvement


Rick Beers is Senior Director of Product Management for Oracle Fusion Middleware. Prior to joining Oracle, Rick held a variety of executive operational positions at Corning, Inc. and Bausch & Lomb.

With a professional background that includes senior management positions in manufacturing, supply chain and information technology, Rick brings a unique set of experiences to cover the impact that technology can have on business models, processes and organizations. Rick will be hosting the IT Leader Editorial on a regular basis.

I met my twin at Open World. We share backgrounds, experiences and even names.

I hosted an invitation-only AppAdvantage Leadership Forum with an overcapacity - 85 participants: 55 customers, 15 from the Oracle AppAdvantage team and 15 Partners. It was a lively, open and positive discussion of pace layered architectures and Oracle’s AppAdvantage approach to a unified view of Applications and Middleware. Rick Hassman from Pella was one of the customer panelists and during the pre event prep, Rick and I shared backgrounds and found that we had both been plant managers and led ERP deployments prior to leading IT itself. During the panel conversation I explored this with him, discussing the unique perspectives that this provides to CIO’s. He then hit on a point that I wasn’t able to fully appreciate until a week later.

First though, some background. The week after the Forum, one of the participants emailed me with the following thoughts: “I am 150% behind this concept……but we are struggling with the concept of web services and the potential use of the Oracle Service Bus technology let alone moving into using the full SOA/BPM/BAM software to extend our JD Edwards application to both integrate and support business processes”. After thinking a bit I responded this way:

While I certainly appreciate the degree of change and effort involved, perhaps I could offer the following:

  • One of the underlying principles behind Oracle AppAdvantage is that more often than not, the choice between changing a business process and invasively customizing ERP represents a Hobson's Choice: neither is acceptable. In this case the third option, moving the process out of ERP, is the only acceptable one.
  • Providing this choice typically requires end to end, real time interoperability across applications and/or services.
  • This real time interoperability, to be sustainable over time requires a service oriented architecture. There's just no way around this.
  • SOA adaptation is admittedly tough at the beginning. New skills, new technology and new headaches. But, like any radically new technology, it has a learning curve that drives cost down rather dramatically over time.
  • Tough choices to be sure, but not entirely different than we face with every major technology cycle.

Good points of course, but I felt that something was missing. The points were convincing, perhaps even a bit insightful, but they didn’t get at the heart of what Oracle AppAdvantage is focused upon: how the optimization of technology, applications, processes and relationships can change the very way that organizations operate. And then I thought back to the panel discussion with Rick Hassman at Oracle OpenWorld.

Rick stressed that Continuous Improvement is a fundamental business strategy at Pella. I remember Continuous Improvement well as I suspect does everyone who was in American manufacturing during the 80’s. Pioneered by W. Edwards Deming in Japan (and still known alternatively as Kaizen), Continuous Improvement sets in place the business culture that we must not become complacent with success and resistant to the ongoing need for change. Many believe that this single handedly drove the renaissance in American manufacturing through the last two decades, which had become complacent during the 70’s and early 80’s. But what exactly does this have to do with SOA? It was Rick’s next point.

He drew the connection that moving those business processes that need to continually change over time out of ERP and into edge applications and services enables continuous improvement by empowering people to continually strive for better ways of doing things rather than be being bound by workflows that cannot change.

A compelling connection: that SOA, and the overall Oracle AppAdvantage framework of which it is an integral part, can empower people towards continuous improvement in business processes and as a result drive business leadership and business excellence. What better a case for technology innovation?

Monday Sep 24, 2012

Oracle OpenWorld Series: All Things Mobile

I caught up with Joe Huang, Senior Principal Product Manager, Mobile Application Development Framework to hear about his recommendations for Oracle OpenWorld. Use this Focus On document, which provides a roadmap to must-attend sessions and demos.

By Joe Huang

This year’s OpenWorld promises to be “THE” event for anyone interested in mobile enterprise applications.  Although Oracle has had a rich portfolio of mobile products for many years now, there is a much stronger focus on mobile this year.  Every single one of our customers is looking to develop a mobile strategy and bring key business processes to mobile users, and as you will see in the various keynotes, sessions, and demos during OpenWorld, Oracle is clearly the leader in mobile technologies and applications.

Look for mobile development technologies being demonstrated in the Oracle Red Lounge located at Moscone North Upper Lobby, where innovative technologies from Oracle are being showcased.

 A few select sessions where mobile development technologies will be highlighted:

Monday, 10/1

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM

GEN9398: The Future Development for Oracle Fusion – From Desktop to Mobile to Cloud

See the latest and greatest in Oracle development technologies.  A key customer will be demonstrating the application they built using beta version of ADF Mobile.

Marriott Marquis, Salon 8

Monday, 10/1

1:45 PM – 2:45 PM

GEN11554: Extend Oracle Applications to Mobile Devices with Oracle’s Mobile Technologies –

See how to leverage Oracle’s development technology like ADF Mobile to mobilize Oracle applications.

Moscone West, 3002/3004

Monday, 10/1

4:45 PM – 5:45 PM

GEN11451: Building a Mobile Applications with Oracle Cloud

See how Oracle offers a simpler way of developing and deploying cross-device mobile applications, enabling you to access applications, data and services from mobile channels in an easier way.

Moscone West, 2002/2004

Tuesday, 10/2

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

CON3824: Mobile-Enabled Oracle Fusion Middleware and Enterprise Applications with Oracle ADF

See how Oracle Fusion Middleware and ADF Mobile together delivers a complete and powerful platform for enterprise mobile applications.  A key customer will also be demonstrating a application built using ADF Mobile beta, that extends Oracle application to mobile devices.

Moscone South, 306

Additional Information

·         Relevant Blogs: Oracle OpenWorld Countdown Begins ,  Best of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Fusion Middleware for Enterprise Applications, Amit Zavery’s General Session, Hasan Rizvi's General SessionOracle OpenWorld Blog

·         Focus On Docs: Best of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Fusion Middleware for Enterprise Applications,  Mobile

·         Product Information on Oracle.com: Oracle Fusion Middleware

·         Subscribe to our regular Fusion Middleware Newsletter

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