Thursday Feb 27, 2014

SOA Community Newsletter February 2014

With 142 confirmed registrations our Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum is fully book out now. Do you want to know who will attend the Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum? Please visit our website and let us know that you are attending the Forum. Do you want to network at the Community Forum? Follow us on and use the #ofmForum. At the conference you will learn a lot about our new product cloud adapters and mobile integration and future versions of SOA Suite and BPM Suite. If you are new to SOA Suite and can’t make it to Malta, take advantage of the hands-on SOA Suite 11g On-Demand, Self-Paced Course.

The next articles in the Industrial SOA series focus on MDM and SOA: Be Warned! SOA Governance becomes a regular topic in our monthly newsletter, thanks to Bob for the overview SOA Governance at OTN and Luis for the SOA Governance FAQ.

Thanks for sharing all the additional articles within the community: Tracking progress of your BPEL process using sensors & Podcast Show Notes: Finding a Shorter Path to SOA & MDN Usage in AS2.

In our BPM and ACM section you will find tips to install the new User Interface for ACM, the latest BPM Samples and a new release of Process Accelerators.

Thanks to the community for sharing the articles about: Social BPM & What are Your SOA and BPM New Year’s Resolutions? & Custom Escalation in Oracle BPM Suite 11g .

Last section in our newsletter is focused on architecture, usability & Apps Advantage.

Amis host a Experience the Future of Usability workshop! March 18th Netherlands. Our App Advantage Team runs a webcast How Does the Digital Experience Fuel Continuous Improvement and published a paper Cloud and On-Premises Integration for Oracle Applications. So please make sure you read this information.

I will look forward to see you in two weeks in Malta!

Jürgen Kress

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KPI Risk Assessment at bpmNext2013 – Manoj Das, Oracle

imageIn many scenarios, such as in Call Center, business users want to be alerted if a KPI threshold has not yet been violated but is at risk because the KPI has been trending up. Oracle Business Process Management’s BAM Composer allows non-technical business users to create temporal BAM queries including trending measures. Through simple point-click selection in a browser window, BAM Composer automatically generates the complex CQL statement implementing the business query. It also supports creation of mashups combining strategic BI data with operational BAM data and external sources. - read more here.

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