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  • January 28, 2015

SOA & BPM Community Newsletter January 2015

Jürgen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption

Dear SOA & BPM Partner Community member,

We are excited to announce the keynotes from Andrew Sutherland and Amit Zavery at our Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2015. The Community Forum will be all about Middleware & Cloud Computing, if you want to get a preview get the latest presentation at our community workspace FMW Cloud-Public and Private Cloud-Overview-Oct32014-FINAL.pptx (SOA & BPM Community membership required). Cloud Computing will be the key topic for our community in 2015. In this newsletter edition you find also details about the latest Cloud Adapter for Oracle RightNow.

In 2015 we continue to encourage our partners to became Specialized, now the SOA Suite 12c Certified Implementation Specialist is available in beta. As a Specialized partners please make sure that you benefit from our marketing offers. In the case you missed the OTN Virtual Technology Summit it is now available on-demand. Same for the SOA Suite 12c free on-demand overview and OOW 2014 in the case you could not join, make sure you read the Amis OpenWorld 2014 Whitepaper.

In the Service Bus section we published three articles Migrating Oracle Service Bus 11g to 12c, Using the For Each action in OSB 12c and Install 12c SOA and OSB at Exalogic. Thanks to the eProseed team our b2b experts for B2B 12c overview and the technical b2b architects B2B 12c - Listening Channel activation and deactivation in bulk, and SOA Suite/B2B as a Critical Mission Hub for a High Volume Message Use Case.

Thanks to the community for sharing all the articles: SOA Suite 12c – Business Events, Protecting Sensitive Data in SOA Suite 12c, SOA Suite 12c: Topology Suggestions, Set-up a 12c SOA/BPM Infrastructure, A Chef Cookbook for Fusion Middleware 12c, SOA 12c – EDN Logging, What’s New in UPK 12.1? And beyond and Java Embedded helps IoT.

In our BPM section a must read is the Top 10 Things You Should Know About BPM 11g/12c by Mark Foster. In the case you are working on a BPM 12c project please make sure that you reach out to myself to get Oracle support. The Red Mavericks team published a nice example and series how to build your first BPMN process. Thanks to the community for sharing all the articles: Adaptive Case Management 12c and ADF Human Tasks & BPM 12c Gateways (Part 3 of 5): Parallel Gateway & BPM 12c Migration & BPM Workspace Login with libOVD & Running Oracle BPM 12c on AWS. For all partners who are working on Adaptive Case Management opportunities we would like to recommend the last book Thriving On Adaptability: Best Practices for Knowledge Workers by Keith Swenson.

In our last section Architecture & AppAdvantage we published a free on-demand online training about the Oracle Unified Method, additional information from our UX team See the Oracle Cloud UX roadmap in action at our lab and also a on-demand webcast series how to use Fusion Middleware for Applications AppAdvantage On-Demand Webcast Series.

Thanks to the whole community for your contribution and sharing your knowledge. In 2014 many of our articles made it in the Top SOA articles at OTN! Please make sure you share also your best practice and technical information in 2015, best via twitter @soacommunity #soaCommunity

Great start in 2015 and see you in Budapest! Jürgen Kress

Jürgen Kress
Fusion Middleware Partner Adoption
Oracle EMEA

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