SOA Community Newsletter September 2013
By JuergenKress on Sep 30, 2013
Dear SOA & BPM Partner Community member,
Are you ready for Oracle Open World 2013? Make sure you book your SOA & BPM sessions, visit the demo points and hands on session. All details are posted in the SOA OOW agenda & BPM OOW agenda. Our OOW 2013 Community Reception is almost booked out, if you want to attend, register today.
Did you miss the super successful OFM Summer Camps III? Thanks to the community for all the feedback & tweets #OFMSummercamp. We posted the SOA Governance and b2b & adapters training material at our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required).
Why is Specialization important for Oracle middleware customer? And how can you benefit
as a partner from Specialization? As a Specialized partner you proofed
your middleware skills and success, therefore we are very interested to
duplicate this success. Make sure that you make use of our join
marketing kits like the new Fast Data Executive Round Table event kit. As part of the sales process, as a Specialized partner, you can also use the Oracle demo system.
We continue our Industrial SOA series with an article about Understanding Service Compensation. On the SOA side our product managed published a best practice deployment white paper and our partner C2B2 host a Performance & Scalability Webcast on September 19th. Within SOA cloud integration continues to raise, make sure you watch the cloud integration samples from Rajesh Raheja.
In our BPM & ACRM section we continue to highlight the importance of process Process Accelerators to demo and jump start a BPM project. Thanks to Jan Zoggel for the blog posts about Force dehydration in BPM (do you remember from SOA?) and Debugging BPM. If you work on an BPM project, make sure you read these Oracle BPM 11g books. Let us know if you write one, feel free to add yours to our publications wiki!
What is Adaptive Case Management (ACM)? Watch the webcast with Bruce Silver on-demand. Please feel free to let us know if you work on an ACM opportunity, we will make sure that you get product management support.
All partners who work on Oracle Applications, make sure you participate in the AppAdvantage IT Leader Program. Fusion Middleware is the base for Oracle Fusion Applications – therefore it is key that you become trained in Fusion Middleware to customize, extend, integrate Oracle Applications.
See you in San Francisco at our Community Reception.
To become a member of the SOA Partner Community please register at http://www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.