B2B Session in OOW 2010
By Ramesh Nittur Anantharamaiah on Sep 17, 2010
Business-to-Business (B2B) Integration: Implementing End-to-End Security
Monday, Sep. 20, 10:00-11:00AM Hotel Nikko Ballroom III
What must you consider when implementing security in your business-to-business (B2B) infrastructure to address your business requirements- From the technology to the business level, there's authentication, signing, encryptions, access, document provisioning, single sign-on (SSO), proxies, management, and much more. This presentation will highlight what must be considered for a complete end-to-end security model.
Oracle and Sun Technology: Industry-Transforming Unified Healthcare Solutions
Tuesday, Sep. 21, 5:00-6:00PM Marriott Salon 4
The healthcare industry is an extremely complex vertical with multiple variations, mandates, and standards. It has three key types of players: providers, payers, and employers, each with their own unique set of requirements. This presentation highlights the strategy for software and Sun solutions from Oracle that addresses these issues from both the technology and business perspectives, including a detailed roadmap for Oracle's healthcare products.
Implementing Oracle's Internal Supply Chain with Oracle SOA Suite and B2B
Wednesday, Sep. 22, 10:00-11:00AM Marriott Salon 4
How is Oracle implementing its supply chain and incorporating its Sun assets to create one cohesive B2B infrastructure with Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle B2B applications- This implementation addresses the end-to-end business integration requirements for four applications, approximately 100 partners, and about 100 documents in 10 standards with multiple variances. The infrastructure includes suppliers, partners, third-party logistics providers, and customers. This presentation highlights the processes, standards, protocols, and requirements driving this implementation.
Implementing the Largest B2B Gateway in the World with Oracle B2B
Thursday, Sept. 23, 1:30-2:30PM, Marriott Salon 8
What did it take to design and implement the largest gateway in the world, OpenReach- What are the business drivers, and what is required to enable a B2B infrastructure that can processes peaks of approximately four hundred 20K encrypted messages per second, using the ebXML Messaging Service with client/server Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). The system must retain 70 million records at any one time and have high availability and failover. This presentation highlights the journey and how the technical and business requirements were addressed.