Friday Apr 18, 2014

Cloud and On-Premises Integration for Oracle Applications

As cloud computing becomes an essential aspect of business operations for many companies, there is a pressing need to integrate cloud applications with on-premises applications. According to a recent study, however, companies frequently have significant cloud integration challenges, with 53 percent of respondents saying lack of integration with cloud applications is their main hindrance to innovation.1 The middleware solutions in the Oracle AppAdvantage program eliminate this hindrance by sharing standards and components among all enterprise applications. This high level of consistency between Oracle Applications and Oracle integration solutions are key enablers for innovation and competitive advantage.

For example, an enterprise that relies on an on-premises customer relationship management (CRM) application might acquire a company that uses a cloud-based CRM application. Account managers need to be able to access data from both systems cohesively, share data between these systems, and ultimately establish an authoritative system of record. HR systems, payroll systems, and incentive compensation systems also need to work in unison and exchange information so that employees are properly compensated and paid. Putting all this information together in a unified way is essential to delivering a consistent experience for people both inside and outside the firewall.

Oracle AppAdvantage for Cloud and On-Premises Integration
Oracle AppAdvantage is a program powered by Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies that helps customers strengthen their investment in Oracle Applications such as Oracle E-Business Suite as well as Oracle’s JD Edwards, Siebel, and PeopleSoft applications. Oracle SOA Suite - the central middleware component in this program for service integration and application integration - can connect on-premises enterprise systems to a private or public cloud in a cohesive way. It minimizes the distinction between cloud-based and on-premises applications by enabling a unified approach to service integration, process orchestration, application integration, and data integration - regardless of where those applications are deployed. Get the whitepaper here.

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Tuesday Mar 11, 2014

Cloud Integration – A Comprehensive Solution,White Paper

Cloud computing solutions are widely hailed as a way to reduce capital expenditures and move to an inexpensive, subscription - based IT model. However, many organizations don’t stop to consider all of the nuances of integrating cloud applications with their existing information systems. While deploying a cloud app or subscribing to a cloud-based service may be relatively straightforward, how will this new IT asset fit in with the rest of the enterprise, including on-premise systems and other cloud applications? What is the system of record from which data will be derived? Which business processes are involved?

Do you need an enterprise data model that is independent of the cloud data model? Read the complete white-paper here.

Coming Soon: New Oracle SOA Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com Simplifying SaaS Integrations
Are Your Customers:

  • Planning for Cloud Integration initiatives as a part of or beyond their Application Integration projects?
  • Looking for a Strategic Integration Platform and Architecture (SOA) to simplify and secure connectivity?
  • Keen to enable Flexibility and Developer Productivity for their On-premise to SaaS integrations?

We will be soon launching the new SOA Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com.  Stay tuned to  our SOA Community to learn more about:

  • Why Is It Important to Simplify Cloud to On-premise Integrations?
  • How does the Adapter make it simple with a Declarative Modeling Wizard?
  • How to learn more, where to download and who to contact about the shiny new SOA Cloud Adapter?
  • Pricing and Licensing
  • Q & A

To learn more or for any questions, reach out to Yogesh Sontakke at @yogesh_sontakke.

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Monday Feb 17, 2014

Cloud to On-Premise Connectivity Patterns By Rajesh RahejaDo you have a requirement to convert an Opportunity in Salesforce.com to an Order/Quote in Oracle E-Business Suite? Or maybe you want the creation of an Oracle RightNow Incident to trigger an on-pr

Do you have a requirement to convert an Opportunity in Salesforce.com to an Order/Quote in Oracle E-Business Suite? Or maybe you want the creation of an Oracle RightNow Incident to trigger an on-premise Oracle E-Business Suite Service Request creation for RMA and Field Scheduling? If so, read on.

In a previous blog post, I discussed integrating TO cloud applications, however the use cases above are the reverse i.e. receiving data FROM cloud applications (SaaS) TO on-premise applications/databases that sit behind a firewall. Oracle SOA Suite is assumed to be on-premise with with Oracle Service Bus as the mediation and virtualization layer. The main considerations for the patterns are are security i.e. shielding enterprise resources; and scalability i.e. minimizing firewall latency. Let me use an analogy to help visualize the patterns: the on-premise system is your home - with your most valuable possessions - and the SaaS app is your favorite on-line store which regularly ships (inbound calls) various types of parcels/items (message types/service operations). You need the items at home (on-premise) but want to safe guard against misguided elements of society (internet threats) who may masquerade as postal workers and vandalize property (denial of service?). Let's look at the patterns. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Jan 24, 2014

Cloud Integration Unified and Comprehensive Cloud and On-premise Integration – White Paper

Oracle simplifies cloud integration by providing a unified and comprehensive solution to integrate disparate cloud and on-premise applications. Oracle cloud integration leverages Oracle Cloud services as well as components from Oracle’s SOA, BPM, and data integration technologies. White Paper.


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Friday Nov 15, 2013

SOA Suite Cloud Integrations by Rajesh Raheja

How to do hybrid cloud integration using Oracle SOA Suite.

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Friday Aug 23, 2013

Oracle Cloud partnership with Salesforce & Microsoft and NetSuite – it is all about Middleware!

Is Salesfore CRM the better CRM System? I work for Oracle I can’t answer this question!

Is Oracle Middleware the better platform? Yes Salesforce plans to standardize on Oracle Middleware! Yes I work for the Oracle Middleware team.

Is Windows 8 a good operating system? I work for Oracle I can’t answer this question!

Can you run WebLogic on Microsoft Azure? Yes WebLogic is the best Application Server! Yes I work for the Oracle Middleware team. Oracle just announced partnerships with Salesforce, NetSuite and Microsoft and middleware plays a key role:

CRM The World's Favorite Customer Relationship Management - Salesforce.comOracle and Salesforce.com have announced:

  • Salesforce.com plans to standardise on Oracle Linux, Exadata, the Oracle Database, and Java Middleware.
  • Oracle plans to integrate salesforce.com with the Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle ERP Cloud, and provide the core technology to power salesforce.com's applications and platform.
  • Salesforce.com will implement the Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle ERP Cloud NetSuite Business Software: Accounting, CRM, Ecommerce, ERP, Inventorythroughout the company.

Oracle and NetSuite, have announced:

  • We will work together to help mid-size customers gain a competitive advantage by implementing SaaS solutions quickly and at a lower cost.
  • Oracle and NetSuite will deliver integrated HCM and ERP Cloud Services for mid-size customers.

MicrosoftOracle and Microsoft have announced:

  • Oracle will certify and support Oracle software - including Java, Oracle Database and Oracle WebLogic Server - on Windows Server Hyper-V and in Windows Azure.
  • Microsoft will offer Java, Oracle Database and Oracle WebLogic Server to Windows Azure customers.
  • Oracle will make Oracle Linux available to Windows Azure customers.

“It’s clear that Oracle continues to drive change in the global IT market, building an incredible platform for our customers both on-premise and in the cloud. These partnerships will create new opportunities for Oracle while providing value for our customers.” Loic Le Guisquet, Executive Vice President Oracle EMEA".

Oracle Middleware is the key to customize and integrate 3rd party SaaS solution or Oracle Applications in the cloud or on-premises.

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Thursday Aug 22, 2013

Cloud computing your Middleware Service opportunity!

More and more companies adopt cloud computing to benefit from the advantages like usage based cost and time to market. What does this mean for your consulting business as a system integrator? Typically large companies who start to adopt Software as a Service (SaaS) like CRM (Salesfore or Oracle CRM) or HCM (Workday or Oracle HCM), they need to adopt this cloud solutions to their specific needs and integrate their existing on-premises solutions like billing or financial ledger. Demo: Hybrid Cloud Integrations using Oracle SOA Suite - Blog/Video

What is the value proposition of Cloud Computing for System Integrators?

  • Integration of the SaaS solution is a large service opportunity
  • SaaS and integration solution from one vendor Oracle (reduce risk and cost)
  • Proven middleware integration solution at thousands of customers! (re-use of the existing integration platform)

Oracle offers today SaaS Integration Program for 3rd party (SIs and ISVs) to build Oracle Validated Integrations - Find a Partner Solution.

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