Thursday Oct 15, 2015

Mobile @ OOW: Mobilize Enterprise Applications using Oracle Mobile Cloud Service

Enterprise mobility can transform businesses by providing new channels for end user interaction, leading to dramatic process improvements and faster decision-making. But most enterprise services are built for content-heavy, bandwidth-rich web applications, not mobile ones. Wiring up services to mobile apps and managing the accompanying infrastructure (notifications and storage) is cumbersome.

In addition, enterprises building a portfolio of mobile apps face significant challenges: integrating with myriad back-end systems both on premises and with software-as-a-service (SaaS), dealing with multiple security policies across B2E and B2C apps, and increasing the velocity of mobile app delivery.

The cloud is a perfect match for mobile application needs. Oracle Mobile Cloud Service goes beyond simple mobile-first mobile-backend-as-a-service (MBaaS) solutions to provide a robust, enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure to achieve all this and more.

Attend these three sessions to hear more about how you can use Oracle Mobile Cloud Service to mobilize enterprise applications.

  • Mobilize Oracle E-Business Suite Using Oracle Mobile Cloud Service: Monday, Oct 26, 2:45 p.m. | Moscone South—270
  • Extend SaaS Applications to Mobile Using Mobile Cloud Service: Monday, Oct 26, 4:00 p.m. | Moscone West—3020
  • Go Mobile with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne: Tuesday, Oct 27, 12:15 p.m. | Moscone West—3024

There's also a  hands-on workshop (Wednesday, Oct 28, 8:45 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Mendocino I/II) to learn how to build the next generation of enterprise mobile apps. Discover how back-end developers can easily collect and format information from their vast enterprise infrastructure -- on-premises packaged applications, cloud data, or custom applications -- and present it to mobile developers. 

For more information on other Mobile sessions at Open World 2015, refer to Mobile Central.


Monday Oct 12, 2015

Oracle OpenWorld Mobile Showcase

OpenWorld Mobile Showcase

If you’re coming to OpenWorld, make sure you stop by the Mobile Showcase in Moscone South. 

Samsung is the lead sponsor for the showcase. This year the showcase is a blend of mobile partners and Oracle teams representing their mobile solutions.  

Samsung will be bringing showcasing their mobile solutions and additionally will be showing off their latest mobile devices in the Mobile Showcase lounge.  Stop by, charge up your device and check out the latest phones and tablets from Samsung.  I’m still holding out hope they decide to bring their Gear VR headsets, but since they don’t launch until November, it doesn’t look like they’re likely to steal their own thunder. Oh,well, they will still be showing off some beautiful hardware to checkout.

Other partners include:

Xamarin: They’ll be demoing their build, test, monitoring tools for building native apps for various mobile platforms including iOS and Android. These are 100% native apps with the performance and native experience you’d expect from a native app.  Plus, checkout their demo building mobile apps connecting to Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) with the Xamarin SDK for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service.  If you’re a C# developer, you’ve pretty much have a great tool for enterprise mobility.

If you’re a mobile HTML5 developer, you should be interested in checking out Sencha, which has a large and established HTML5 community building cross platform apps on their hybrid-mobile framework.

Who else? We’ve got Nokia, AuraPlayer, Sofbang, AirWatch, Syniverse and more.   In addition to the demo kiosk, there will be theatre sessions showing longer, more in-depth demos throughout the day.

Oracle will be showing off Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Oracle Mobile App Framework, Oracle Mobile Security Suite, mobile development with Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, mobile applications and more. 

It’s going to be a great showcase that you won’t want to miss.

Tuesday Sep 17, 2013

ADF Mobile @ Oracle OpenWorld 2013

Hi, everyone:

Oracle OpenWorld 2013 is shaping up to be the single most exciting event for anyone in the enterprise mobile application space, and ADF Mobile is literally the face and also at the core of Oracle's mobile application offerings.  If you are not able to come to the Oracle OpenWorld 2013, please do check on all blog, social media, and traditional media outlets for announcements around mobility.  However, if you are coming to Oracle OpenWorld, there are a number of "can't miss" sessions and demos. 

Please download this PDF document that lists all Oracle ADF Mobile related sessions and events.

Also, for a list of all mobile related sessions at Oracle OpenWorld, the starting point is this "Focused on Mobile" document.

Additionally, a number of Oracle Partners will also be present at the Mobile Enterprise Solutions Pavilion located in Moscone West Exhibit Area, Booth area 3347.  They are hardware providers, software partners, and systems integrators that have done a lot of work in leverage Oracle mobile technology.  Be sure to drop by and talk to them as well.

Lastly, I would like to invite you to attend the ADF Meetup, where you will meet ADF Mobile Product Managers and fellow developers.  It will take place Wednesday from 2-3 PM, in the OTN Lounge (Moscone South).  Hope to see you there!


Joe Huang 


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