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  • September 17, 2010

Oracle OpenWorld – ready to start

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption


 Oracle OpenWorld & Java One and Oracle Develop are ready to start – do you attend - which session you should not miss? image

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Must-See Middleware Events at OpenWorld

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Architect Meet-Up

Open to any and all architects attending JavaOne/Oracle Develop/OpenWorld, this casual meet-up is a chance to talk shop with your peers from across the Oracle Technology Network community. Join us for food, drink, and great  conversation. 5:00pm on Tuesday, Sept 21, in the Mason Street Tent. Learn more

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Community recommends you to visit:

SOA Partner Advisory Council
September 17th 2010 Oracle HQ
Jürgen Kress & Product Management
by invitation only please contact Juergen Kress

Oracle Fusion Middleware Hasan Rizvi | Vice President, Development, Oracle
Monday, September 20 | 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. | Moscone North, Hall D
Hasan Rizvi | Vice President, Development, Oracle
Oracle Fusion Middleware leads as the #1 middleware in the industry. With last year's successful introduction of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g, customers are building more-intelligent business applications while maximizing returns in IT. Today Oracle continues its innovations in business intelligence, business process management, enterprise content management, data integration, identity management, SOA, and application grid--providing customers a complete, integrated solution that maps to their critical business needs. In this session, you will hear about the benefits of Oracle Fusion Middleware firsthand from customers and also learn about all the recent innovations made available in Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Thomas Kurian Keynote
Tueday September 21st 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Thomas Kurian | Executive Vice President, Product Development, Oracle
Your investments in Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise, Siebel, JD Edwards, and other enterprise applications are core to your business. But to meet the demands of a dynamic and optimized enterprise, you need a strategic foundation that drives adaptability, productivity, and manageability across your applications. This session explores the core principles and technologies of the strategic foundation for Oracle Applications: Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g. You will learn how successful organizations are leveraging this foundation to enhance, extend, and evolve applications today while paving the way to Oracle's next-generation applications

Next-Generation Application Foundation
Tuesday, September 21 | 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Moscone South, Room 102
Hasan Rizvi | Vice President, Development, Oracle

S313355 Developing Large Oracle ADF 11g Applications
September 2010, San Francisco
Andrejus Baranovskis Red Samurai Consulting
This session will show how data passivation and activation should be managed in large applications and demonstrated different UI Shell templates for separate Oracle ADF applications integration. Based on personal experience from retail industry projects, the speaker will describe how Oracle ADF applications can be tuned for the best runtime performance and show how developers can apply Oracle ADF architecture best practices. There will also be multiple demos about Oracle ADF Task Flows and Libraries usage for application integration and reusability.

WebLogic Partner Advisory Council
September 22nd 2010
Jürgen Kress & Product Management
by invitation only please contact Juergen Kress

Larry Ellison Keynote
Wednesday September 22nd 2:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Larry Ellison | CEO, Oracle

S313445  ADF Enterprise Methodology
Sunday, September 19th, 14:00-15:00
Moscone West, Level 3, Room 3012
+ 2 Unconference Sessions
Wednesday 22nd Sept 10:00-12:00
Hotel Parc 55, 3rd Floor, Mason Room
Chris Muir, Simon Haslam
The "on schedule" session will run an array of speakers on ADF topics including:

  • Frank Nimphius, well known as one of the top JDev Product Managers presenting on ADF-Security-or-Bust
  • Kito Mann, a key JSF contributor presenting on JSF2.0
  • Andrejus Baranovskis one of the ADF communities leading bloggers and presenters demoing a new ADF production system
  • Aino Andriessen of the we-only-hire-geniuses-mold from Amis on the ultimate smackdown, Automated vs Manual Builds
  • Sten Vesterli, ODTUG's 2009 best speaker, giving us some facts and myths about ADF Tuning
The Unconference sessions will include:
  • Andrejus Baranovskis, Oracle ADF 11g and Oracle WebCenter 11g Production Demo
  • John Flack, ADF BC 10g and ADF Faces 10g to ADF BC 11g and Trinidad, Live!
  • Todd Hill & Ed O'Connor-GilesDemonstration of UW-Madison's Scholarship Application
  • Gert LeendersIntegrating 3rd party tools/frameworks into ADF
  • Sten VesterliADF - How much do you really need to know?

S314708 Transform Your Business with Oracle Application Integration Architecture
Monday, September 20, 14:00 | Moscone West L3, Rm 3011
Jaap Kramer, Accenture, Systems Analist

Rene Ouwehand, C1000, IT Lead
In a world of point-to-point integration, moving your business to use standardized methods for integration is an uphill battle. Additional challenges arise if your organization is new to Oracle Fusion Middleware. This session provides answers to the central questions of your organization: · What is an enterprise business object (EBO)? · Why do we need one? · How can you use EBOs in an optimal way? Based on an actual customer story at Schuitema, the presentation shares lessons learned and the benefits of using the Oracle Application Integration Architecture approach. It includes guidance tips for the organization AND the IT department.

S316135 From Oracle Forms to a Service-Oriented Architecture with Oracle SOA Suite 11g
Tuesday, September 21, 5:00PM | Marriott Marquis, Salon 9
Edwin Biemond, Whitehorses, Architect

Oracle ACE and Architect at Whitehorses in the Netherlands. Java Developer of the year 2009 by Oracle Magazin. Edwin is a (inter)national speaker and has a popular blog ( http://biemond.blogspot.com ) about ADF and SOA. I have worked for many years with JDeveloper, JHeadstart and in the past with Designer. I am an expert in ADF, JSF, messaging ( edifact / ebXML) , web services and tuning of the Application and Database server

Melvin van der Kuijl, The Future Group, Oracle Consultant
Many customers have a traditional, rigid architecture that isn't agile enough to handle environmental change. Enhancements are very time-consuming and expensive. The time to market is above average but must be as short as possible. This session elaborates on how a customer successfully moved from a traditional Oracle Forms-based architecture to SOA with Oracle SOA Suite 11g. Using a top-down, business-driven approach, this company went from a canonical data model to a loosely coupled environment based on open standards such as WSDL, SCA, and BPEL. What were the drivers and challenges, where do you start, and--last but not least--what are the best practices? The presentation answers all these questions.

S316877 Practical Insight on using Application Integration Architecture
Thursday, September 23, 1:30pm | Moscone West L3 Room 3011
Rajesh Raheja, Senior Director, Development, Oracle AIA
Rohit Agarwal, Senior Principal Solution Architect, FMW A-Team
This is a deep dive session that will walk through the basics of implementing an AIA based SOA integration. Based on customer experiences as well as working internally with various Oracle teams who develop pre-packaged AIA integrations, we will cover the implementation best practices as well as walk through an implementation scenario, show casing the methodology and tools involved in a typical AIA implementation.
For other informative AIA sessions, refer to to this post.


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