Wednesday Feb 05, 2014

Last change to register for the Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum and Hands-on Bootcamps 2014

Dear SOA Community Members,

The conference is well booked with more than 140+ registrations, if you want to attend register NOW here !

The Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum and Hands-on Bootcamps 2014 will be held in the Hilton Malta on February 18th and 19th 2014 with hands-on training on February 20th & 21st 2014.

Don't miss this opportunity and register now for the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum.

The event is a great opportunity to learn about:

  • SOA Suite 12c & Cloud integration
  • BPM Suite 12c & Adaptive Case Management 12c
  • Internet of Things & mobile strategy & fast data
  • WebLogic 12c the foundation of Oracle Fusion Middleware.

For more details please visit the registration page!

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Saturday Apr 20, 2013

User Experience new content: Fusion Applications & mobile & concepts

On the Fusion Applications user experience: More: New podcasts and posts on the Oracle user experience.

Here's a round-up of recent podcasts and blog posts relating to the Oracle Applications User Experience that were published in February.

  • Jeremy Ashley, Vice President of Oracle Applications User Experience, talks about Oracle's roadmap to a simple, modern user experience for Fusion Applications. Listen to learn more about the strategy behind Project FUSE. You may also access the podcast through the Usable Apps website.
  • Ultan O'Broin, Director of Oracle Global User Experience, talks in this podcast about why Oracle is making design patterns available for customers, partners, and the development community. These design patterns for the Oracle Fusion Applications user experience encapsulate proven best-practices and make them available for those who are extending or tailoring an Oracle application.
  • Richard Bingham, Oracle Applications Architect, discusses how to tailor Fusion Applications in the cloud.

On Oracle's investment in the next-generation user experience (in this case, mobile): Intense research into mobile use helps guide design of Oracle Applications

Read about the mobile trends that the Oracle Applications User Experience team noted during a recent global expedition, which included user studies in Sweden, the United States, and Beijing.

The Oracle Applications User Experience team continues to investigate how and why enterprise workers use their mobile devices, and their findings are already influencing the next-generation user experiences that Oracle is designing.

Visit the Usable Apps website to learn more.
Also on Oracle's investment in the next-generation user experience (a look at trends we're following up on): A look at new concepts for the enterprise space
The Applications User Experience team is keeping its eye on new technologies that may have an impact on the enterprise space.

New concepts and technologies go through an internal research, design, and development process to assess which ones may or may not gain traction in the enterprise space.
Read more about how our findings help guide the Oracle user experience strategy on the Voice of User Experience, or VoX, blog.

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Saturday Apr 13, 2013

Oracle Fusion UX Design Patterns and Tools for the Cloud Crowd by Ultan O’Broin

The Oracle Fusion Applications User Experience Design Patterns and Guidelines are out-of-the-box, developer productivity enablers. As ready-made, yet flexible, usability solutions, the patterns are easily applied when building Fusion applications and UI integrations in the cloud with the Oracle toolkit.

Design patterns as reusable solutions to common problems when designing are all around us. Keen to tell this story in new ways, I was inspired by an Engine Yard “Cloud Out Loud | Ruby“ podcast mention of knitting patterns on GitHub.

I assigned my partner a proof of concept project for one such knitting pattern in the cloud. The pattern was quickly applied, and reflecting pattern ideas of content and skin neutrality, I soon took delivery of “HCM” and “CRM”, two little knitted aliens. Concept proven!

Knitted aliens. Proving the design pattern concept.

Knitted aliens brought to life from a pattern in the cloud. I used this story at a SAMBA UX outreach workshop in Amsterdam earlier this month.

Our UX design patterns have been proven in usability labs, in offices, and on the street, with real users, real tasks, and real apps. We’ve done the thinking and testing so that builders of Fusion apps cloud solutions don’t have to. To get your hands on UX design patterns for use across the Fusion apps suite (not just HCM and CRM), go to the Usable Apps website “For Developers” section. Read the full article here.

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Wednesday Jan 09, 2013

invitation to the Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum

Do you want to learn about Oracle Fusion Middleware? We would like to invite you to become updated and trained at our SOA & BPM & WebLogic & ADF Partner Community Forum on February 19th and 20th Hilton Vilamoura As Cascatas Golf Resort & Spa, Algarve Portugal.
Keynotes: Ed Zou and Alistair Hopkins.
The Partner Community Forum is a wonderful opportunity to:

  • learn how to sell the value of Fusion Middleware by combining SOA & BPM & WebLogic & ADF solutions
  • meet with the Oracle SOA & BPM & WebLogic & ADF product management
  • exchange knowledge and have access to competitive intelligence
  • learn from successful SOA & BPM & WebLogic & ADF implementations
  • network within the SOA Partner Community and the WebLogic Partner Community

During this highly informative event you can learn about partner success stories, participate in an array of break-out sessions and exchange information with other partners.
Additionally to the Community Forum, you can participate in technical hands on workshops on February 21st and 22nd. The goal of these workshops is to prepare you for customer implementations.
Places are limited, so don't delay and register now by clicking here. Registration takes a few minutes and is free of charge, except in case of cancellation or no show (cancellation fee € 150).
More information visit at our registration website. We look forward to meeting you in Portugal!

February 19th 2012

Time

Plenary agenda

11.00 - 11.30

Registration

11.30 - 12.15

Lobby Lunch

12.15 - 12.30

Welcome & Introduction

Jürgen Kress, OFM Partner Adoption EMEA, Oracle

12.30 - 13.00

Keynote
Oracle Middleware Sales Strategy, Opportunities and

Go-to-Market
Alistair Hopkins, Vice President Oracle

13.00 - 13.45

Keynote
Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c and innovating application portfolio with middleware
Ed Zou, Vice President, Product Management, Oracle

13.45 - 14.15

Break

14.15 - 15.00

BPM Suite PS6 what is new and where are the use cases & why do we win against the competition
David Read, Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle

15.00 - 15.45

What is new in SOA Suite: fast data and mobile & cloud integration and where are the use cases & why do we win against the competition
Simone Geib, Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle

15.45 - 16.15

Break

16.15 – 17:00

What is new in WebLogic & surrounding technologies & Java Cloud and where are the use cases & why do we win against the competition
Maciej Gruszka, Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle EMEA

17.00  -17.45

ADF & ADF mobile live demo
Grant Ronald, Senior Group Product Manager, Oracle Corporation

18.00 - 22.30

Social Network Event


February 20th 2012

Time

Plenary agenda

09.00 - 09.15

Welcome & Introduction Day II

09.15 - 10.15

Breakout sessions first round

· Where and When should I use the Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Guido Schmutz, Trivadis

· BPM PS 6 what is new live demo: David Read, Oracle

· Enterprise mobility & ADF mobile Extending enterprise application to mobile with SOA Suite and ADF mobile, Simone Geib & Grant Ronald

10.15 - 10.30

Break

10.30 - 11.30

Breakout sessions second round

· B2B 11g in details – live demo Simone Geib, Oracle

· BPM11g implementations reference cases and lessons learned José Afonso Pires, Link Consulting

· Current cloud initiatives in FMW including: Java Service, Middleware as a service & building private clouds also for Forms and Reports– live demo Maciej Gruszka, Oracle

11.30 - 11.45

Break

11.45 - 12.45

Breakout sessions third round

· SOA Suite best practice A-Team project experience, Derek Sharpe, Oracle

·  How to sell BPM Suite 11g, use cases, sales plays and cheat sheets: Barry O'Reilly, Oracle

· Active Grid link for RAC  – live demo Maciej Gruszka, Oracle

12.45 - 14.00

Lunch

14.00 - 15.00

Breakout sessions fourth round

· Oracle Event Processing 11g in details – live demo James Allerton-Austin, & Robin Smith Oracle

· Process accelerators in details including live demo: David Read

· Coherence 12c – live demo Maciej Gruszka, Oracle

15.00 - 15.45

SOA Suite 12c first impression

Simone Geib & James Allerton-Austin, Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle

15.45 - 16.15

SOA & BPM & ADF Community Summary & Closing
Jürgen Kress Oracle EMEA

16.15

Finish & Departure

Hands on Workshops, February 21st & 22nd 2013

· WebLogic Bootcamp– bring your advanced questions! by Maciej  Gruszka

· SOA Bootcamp – bring your advanced questions! By Simone Geib & James Allerton-Austin

· BPM PS6 Bootcamp by Niall Commiskey

· ADF Architecture by Frank Nimphius

For details and registration please visit our website

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Monday Jan 07, 2013

Getting to Know Oracle Fusion Middleware

A quick tour of the broad set of products under the Oracle Fusion Middleware umbrella.

Simon Haslam, Principal Consultant, Veriton & myself published an middleware article in the UKOUG Scene magazine.  This article arose because Jürgen Kress’ “Fusion Middleware Architecture Overview
abstract was one of the most highly rated submissions for UKOUG 2012, so it seemed there
might be an interest in trying to clarify the products that Oracle calls ‘Fusion Middleware.’
Little did we realise how many products there were…

Fusion Middleware – what is it?

‘Middleware,’ as its name suggests, is a generic term for the layers of software (or ‘software glue’ – see http://www.middleware.org/whatis.html) that sit between an application and, within enterprise software, typically services and resources like the Oracle Database. Oracle Fusion Middleware started off as the Java EE application server (Internet Application Server) but evolved to cover pretty much all software that isn’t the database or applications!


Why is Fusion Middleware important?

Middleware provides infrastructure services to enable applications to run. For example, if you want a ‘container’ (i.e. a server with very specific APIs) to run your enterprise Java application, and most likely connect to a relational database, you use WebLogic Server; if your application wants to use web services somewhere out in the ether it calls the Oracle Service Bus. As you can tell these Middleware services are vital to the successful and continuing operation of your application. For a long

time Middleware has been seen as the poor relation to the database (which holds the irreplaceable business data) but this is changing as Middleware is now providing integration of, and decoupling from, the underlying resources, plus there is an increased demand for 24/7 (or close) availability of applications for use by customers, partners.. read the full article here and get your Scene magazine copy as a UKOUG member .

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Monday Oct 08, 2012

Deploying Fusion Order Demo on 11.1.1.6 by Antony Reynolds

Description of Figure 3-1 followsDo you need to build a demo for a customer? Why not to use Fusion Order Demo (FOD) and modify it to do some extra things. Great idea, let me install it on one of my Linux servers I said "Turns out there are a few gotchas, so here is how I installed it on a Linux server with JDeveloper on my Windows desktop."

Task 1: Install Oracle JDeveloper Studio

I already had JDeveloper 11.1.1.6 with SOA extensions installed so this was easy.

Task 2: Install the Fusion Order Demo Application

First thing to do is to obtain the latest version of the demo from OTN, I obtained the R1 PS5 release.
Gotcha #1 – my winzip wouldn’t unzip the file, I had to use 7-Zip.

Task 3: Install Oracle SOA Suite

On the domain modify the setDomainEnv script by adding “-Djps.app.credential.overwrite.allowed=true” to JAVA_PROPERTIES and restarting the Admin Server. Also set the JAVA_HOME variable and add Ant to the path.

I created a domain with separate SOA and BAM servers and also set up the Node Manager to make it easier to stop and start components. Read the full blog post by Antony.

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Monday Aug 13, 2012

Oracle Fusion Applications Design Patterns Now Available For Developers by Ultan O’Broin

The Oracle Fusion Applications user experience design patterns are published! These new, reusable usability solutions and best-practices, which will join the Oracle dashboard patterns and guidelines that are already available online, are used by Oracle to artfully bring to life a new standard in the user experience, or UX, of enterprise applications. Now, the Oracle applications development community can benefit from the science behind the Oracle Fusion Applications user experience, too.


These Oracle Fusion Applications UX Design Patterns, or blueprints, enable Oracle applications developers and system implementers everywhere to leverage professional usability insight when:

  • tailoring an Oracle Fusion application,
  • creating coexistence solutions that existing users will be delighted with, thus enabling graceful user transitions to Oracle Fusion Applications down the road, or
  • designing exciting, new, highly usable applications in the cloud or on-premise.

Based on the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) components, the Oracle Fusion Applications patterns and guidelines are proven with real users and in the Applications UX usability labs, so you can get right to work coding productivity-enhancing designs that provide an advantage for your entire business.

What’s the best way to get started? We’ve made that easy, too. The Design Filter Tool (DeFT) selects the best pattern for your user type and task. Simply adapt your selection for your own task flow and content, and you’re on your way to a really great applications user experience.

More Oracle applications design patterns and training are coming your way in the future. To provide feedback on the sets that are currently available, let me know in the comments!

Read more on Fusionapps and post your comment here.

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Tuesday Dec 20, 2011

SOA & BPM Partner Community Forum – February 7th & 8th 2012, Malaga Spain

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FUSION MIDDLEWARE PARTNER COMMUNITY FORUM
SOA & BPM & WebCenter & WebLogic Partner Communities

Do you want to learn about how to sell the value of Fusion Middleware by combining SOA, BPM and WebCenter Solutions?  We would like to invite you to become updated and trained at our Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum on February 7th and 8th 2011 at the NH Hotel in Malaga, Spain.

Register Now

The event is a wonderful opportunity to:

  • learn how to sell the value of Fusion Middleware by combining SOA and WebCenter solutions
  • meet with Oracle SOA, BPM and WebCenter Product management
  • exchange knowledge and have access to competitive intelligence
  • learn from successful SOA, BPM, WebCenter and ADF implementations
  • learn about WebCenter Sites
  • network within the Oracle SOA Partner Community and the Oracle WebCenter Partner Community

During this highly informative event you can learn about partner success stories, participate in an array of break out sessions and exchange information with other partners.

Agenda Tuesday February 7th 2012

11.00 – 11.30 hrs

Registration

11.30 – 12.15 hrs

Lobby Lunch

12.15 – 12.30 hrs

Welcome & Introduction

12.30 – 13.00 hrs

Keynote
Oracle Middleware Sales Strategy, Opportunities and Go-to-Market

Leopoldo Boado, Senior Sales Director Middleware Sales EMEA South, Oracle

13.00 – 13.45 hrs

Keynote

Fusion Middleware 12c Availability & Roadmap
Markus Zirn, Vice President Product Management, Oracle Corporation

13.45 – 14.15 hrs

Coffee Break

14.30 – 15.15 hrs

Partner SOA & BPM & Webcenter Reference Case

Geoffroy de Lamalle, CTO eProseed

15.15 – 16.00 hrs

Automatic and Dynamic Publishing using Semantics and Webcenter Cont! ent

Customer: Inmarsat, David Rametta, Digital Marketing Manager

16.00 – 16.15 hrs

Break

16.15 – 16.45 hrs

WebLogic 12c & Enterprise Manager 12c & ExaLogic for Fusion Middleware

Maciej Gruszka, Senior Principal Product Manager Oracle EMEA

16.45 – 17.15 hrs

ADF overview and roadmap

Grant Ronald, Senior Group Product Manager, Oracle Corporation

17.30 – 22.30 hrs

Social event
Malaga…..

Agenda Wednesday February 8th 2012

09.00 – 09.15 hrs

Welcome & Introduction Day II

09.15- 10.15 hrs

BPM 11g, Whats New: Simone Geib & James Allerton-Austin Oracle Corporation

BPM 11g, Whats New: Simone Geib & James Allerton-Austin Oracle Corporation

WebLoigc what’s new in 12c: Maciej Gruszka Oracle Corporation

10.15 – 10.30 hrs

Break

10.30 – 11.30 hrs

WebCenter Sites Explained

SOA Suite 11g PS5 & OSB, SOA Governance Simone Geib & James Allerton-Austin Oracle Corporation

ADF: Grant Ronald, Senior Group Product Manager, Oracle Corporation

11.30 – 11.45 hrs

Break

11.45 – 12.45 hrs

WebCenter Competitive Intelligence

From 10g to 11g – A customer case on Oracle SOA Suite migration Danilo Schmiedel OPITZ CONSULTING GmbH

iAs to Wls: Maciej Gruszka & Jürgen Kress Oracle EMEA

12.45 – 14.00 hrs

Lunch

14.00 – 15.00 hrs

What is New in 12c for WebCenter Portal & WebCenter Content

Convincing your customer with technology arguments: Andreas Chatziantoniou

WebLogic automation & first WebLogic experience 12c: Simon Haslam

15.00 – 15.45 hrs

Oracle Social Network: Connect Your People, Applications, Processes & Customers Andy Kershaw, Senior Director Oracle Social Network, Oracle Corporation

15.45 – 16.00 hrs

SOA & WebCenter Summary & Closing
Hans Blaas & Jürgen Kress Oracle EMEA

Finish & Departure

Register Now

Additionally to the main event, you can participate in technical hands on workshops on February 9th and 10th. The goal of these workshops is to prepare you for customer implementations.

Hands-on Training Workshops

  • ADF & WebCenter MasterClass by Red Sa! murai, VASS, InfoMentum and Oracle
  • WebLogic 12c: Maciej Gruszka
  • SOA: Simone Geib & James

Places are limited, so don’t delay and register now by clicking here. Registration takes a few minutes and is free of charge, except in case of cancellation or no show (cancellation fee € 150).
More information is available on our website.
For further information or assistance, please contact Angela Cadran.
We look forward to meeting you in Malaga, Spain.

Best regards,
Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels

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Jürgen Kress
SOA & BPM Partner Adoption EMEA

Hans Blaas
Director Enterprise 2.0 EMEA

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Tuesday May 24, 2011

Call for Nominations: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards 2011

Are you doing something unique and innovative using Oracle Fusion Middleware? Submit a nomination today for the Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards. Winners of these awards receive a free pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2011 in San Francisco (October 2nd-6th) and will be honored during a special awards event at OpenWorld.

Categories include:

  • Application Grid, Oracle Exalogic
  • Business Intelligence and Enterprise Performance Management
  • Data Integration
  • Enterprise 2.0
  • Fusion Development, Application Development Framework
  • Identity Management
  • SOA, AIA, Business Process Management

To be considered for this award, simply fill out the Oracle Fusion Middleware nomination form below. Nominations should be submitted before July 22nd, 2011. Click here to submit or contact us at: Innovation-Middleware_us@oracle.com

For more information and Specialization support please read the SOA & Application Grid Specialization eBook and the SOA & Application Grid Specialization Checklist.

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