Monday Nov 18, 2013

Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience Seminar December 5, 2013 Oracle Office Manchester

You are invited to attend: “Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience Seminar”

This is a one-day seminar about Oracle’s user experience investment in Fusion Applications. clip_image002[4]

The Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience Seminar for OPN members provides knowledge about the Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience through discussion, demonstration, and “hands-on” activities. Learn how simplicity, mobility, and extensibility are driving the applications user experience strategy at Oracle. See how easy it is to create simple, powerful user experiences with the ability to tailor Oracle applications in the cloud. Discuss mobile trends, gamification, new ways to visualize information, consumer-like experiences, and how to create applications that require a light touch and zero training. Attendees will be prepared to achieve Oracle Fusion Applications UX Specialist status.



Time

Topic

Presenter/ Leader

8:00-9:00 a.m.

Breakfast and networking

Ultan O’Broin, Misha Vaughan

9:00-9:45 a.m.

Apps UX Overview and Fusion Main Messages

Misha Vaughan

9:45-10:30 a.m.

How to demo the Fusion User Experience: From Desktop UI to the Simplified UI

Ultan O’Broin

10:30-10:45 a.m.

Break

10:45-11:15 a.m.

Pitch-Back: Two volunteers selected to pitch back to the group on the morning’s content

Ultan O’Broin, Misha Vaughan

11:15-12:00 p.m.

Roadmap: What’s Next in Fusion Applications UX: Release 7 and more

Killian Evers

12:00-1:30 p.m.

Lunch and lab tour video

Ultan O’Broin

1:30-2:45 p.m.

Tailoring Fusion Apps UX (for the Business Analyst): Composers for Desktop and Simplified UI

Killian Evers

2:45-3:00 p.m.

Break

3:00-4:15 p.m.

Tailoring Fusion Apps UX (for the developer): Design Principles to Desktop & Mobile Design Patterns

Ultan O’Broin

4:15-4:45 p.m.

Tailoring Questions: What does this all mean?

Killian Evers, Ultan O’Broin

4:45-5:00 p.m.

Wrap-Up

Ultan O’Broin, Misha Vaughan


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Killian Evers



Killian Evers, Senior Director, User Experience Architecture, focuses on customization and extensibility features for Oracle Fusion Applications. Previously, she worked as a product manager for the EBS Core Components, EBS Security, Territory Manager, Order Capture, Sales and Marketing product families. She is adept at understanding and defining functional and technical architectures for the application suite. Killian has a master’s degree in International Politics with a concentration in computer science/modeling and statistics.


clip_image004Ultan O’Broin

Ultan O’Broin, Director, Oracle Applications User Experience, has worked in Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Fusion Applications development in the U.S. and EMEA since 1996. He is a passionate evangelist for applications user experience, communicating usability methods and best-practices to the Oracle application development community and to customers and partners worldwide. Special interests are user experience design patterns, developer productivity, and the impact of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) on the enterprise. Follow Ultan’s blog at: https://blogs.oracle.com/usableapps/ or on Twitter: @ultan or @usableapps.



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Misha Vaughan, Host


Misha Vaughan, Director, Communications & Outreach team in the Oracle Applications User Experience group, spearheads outreach to customers, thought-leaders in the Oracle sales organization, the Oracle Partner ecosystem, and Oracle key influencers and bloggers. Misha leads outreach and education initiatives for the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) program, which includes the Fusion User Experience Advocates program and the Applications User Experience Sales Ambassador (SAMBA) Program. In the past, she led a next-generation user interface technology team, as well as a cross-acquisition (PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Siebel, Oracle) user experience team that defined all of the user research methodologies for Oracle Fusion Applications. Follow her at https://blogs.oracle.com/vox or on Twitter: @mishavaughan.

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BAM Adapter Batching Deep Dive by Pete Want

In the real business scenario of integrating SOA/AIA applications with Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), one common requirement is that such integration should not impact the operations of business systems running on SOA/AIA in terms of high availability and performance. To achieve this goal, one option is to use BAM Adapter or BAM Sensor Actions with Batching enabled. This article explains how batching works in Oracle BAM Adapter.

Why You Need Batching?

When talking about batching, the first impression you may have is that you put a set of data into a package or a batch, and send it across for processing as a whole. In the BAM Adapter context, batching not only allows a group of XML payloads to be sent to the BAM Server side, but also changes the behavior of a synchronous invocation to BAM Server API to Async.
In mission critical applications, the preferred approach to integrate Oracle BAM with live data feed is using the Fire and Forget Message Exchange Pattern (MEP). Fire and Forget MEP has two major benefits compared to synchronous integration pattern:

  • High Performance – Threads invoking BAM Adapter APIs are not blocked by down stream operations. Thus the slow execution of down stream code should not impact the performance of the core business system.
  • High Availability – The failures including application failure such as errors due to invalid payload, and system failures such as system outage due to maintenance, will not impact the normal operations of the main system. For example, in the Order to Cash (O2C) flow of AIA Communication PIPs, data integration between AIA and BAM should be in an asynchronous manner, thus, failures and outage of BAM will not impact AIA operations.

When Oracle BAM Adapter or BAM Sensor Actions is used, you should always enable batching to leverage the Fire and Forget MEP. In the next section, you will see how BAM Adapter works with batching enabled.

How Batching Works?

Oracle BAM Adapter is a JCA compliant adapter that primarily converts Oracle BAM operations (Insert, Upsert, Update, and Delete) into the standard Web Services Interface described by WSDL.

By default, BAM Adapter operates in a synchronous manner as shown in the following diagram.
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