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  • November 13, 2015

Process Cloud – first impressions by Luc Gorissen

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption

clip_image002As of this week, Oracle has released the Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS): https://cloud.oracle.com/process. This PaaS cloud service offers a development platform for implementing business processes. Underpinning technology for this cloud service is the Oracle Fusion Middleware BPM stack. As a result, using the Process Cloud Service should be easy for people that are already familiar with Oracle Fusion Middleware BPM. For example, familiar platform components like BPM Composer and BPM WorkSpace are also present in PCS. With that in mind, we decided to give it a go!

This article outlines the steps for implementing a simple process in the Oracle Process Cloud Service. We were inspired during a discussion with a customer on SOA Governance, more specifically: how to handle/grant access to specific services. The customer mentioned that ‘he had people were complaining that it was unpredictable how long it took before access to a specific service in a specific environment was granted’. These types of processes can be handled very well within the Oracle Process Cloud. So, the ‘ServiceAccessApproval’ process will be shown in this example.

Sample process ServiceAccessApproval

The process ServiceAccessApproval in short consists of the following steps: Read the complete article here.

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