SOA Suite 11g – The Ingredient for Innovation: New Integration Adapters by Thanos Terentes Printzios

Enterprise of all sizes, are evaluating cloud computing. Many businesses are making new economic investments in public cloud, while they continue to rely on their existing on-premise IT investments. To integrate data between public cloud and private data center, organizations face major challenges:

  • Integration complexity between the cloud and on-premise applications.
  • Load data rapidly to get cloud applications up and running in a well-timed.
  • The data must be kept synchronized – often in real time.
  • Enforce security

Three common reasons for integration complexity:

One question remains with the emergence of the cloud computing.
Do we need disparate toolkit to deploy a cloud integration platform focused on cloud applications and then have a separate integration platform for existing applications?

Three solutions to these challenges:

Oracle SOA Suite 11 g is the only offering that is complete, integrated, best-of-breed and hot-pluggable.

Doing more with less, Oracle SOA suite simplifies The Integration Experience:

  • Cloud and Mobile Integrations
  • Integrate 3rd party SaaS applications, hybrid clouds, and Oracle Cloud
  • Mobile Integration leveraging, Oracle SOA connects mobile applications using JSON and REST via Oracle Service Bus

Oracle SOA Suite provides a single solution for integrating applications regardless of deployment location (public cloud, private cloud, or on-premises) to simplify integration and lower total cost of ownership. Read the complete article here.

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