Sunday Feb 08, 2015

SOA Suite 12c: Getting started with the Spring Component by Maarten Smeets

clip_image001The Oracle SOA Suite Spring component has been present since SOA Suite 11.1.1.3 (11gR1 PS2). This component allows easy integration of Java code with other SOA Suite components such as (among others) BPEL, BPM and Business Rules. In SOA Suite 12c (12.1.3.0) this component is still present. In This blog post I will provide a short example on how it can be used and how the first problem I encountered with this component can be avoided.

Implementation

First create a SOA Application and an empty project. Next create a Java class with a public method and extract an interface with the public method. You can also supply JARs in the SCA-INF/lib folder of the project with the class/interface.

The result in this example. The Java class extends the interface. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Feb 04, 2015

2 Minute Tech Tip: Continous Integration with Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c

Taking advantage of the continuous integration capabilities in Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c "will make your life a lot easier," says Oracle ACE Director Ronald van Luttikhuizen. Watch the video here.

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Tuesday Feb 03, 2015

Tame the Cloud Integration Beast

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Software as a service is widely known for its ease of deployment. Less understood is the integration rat's nest that can result when many SaaS applications are introduced within a company without a cohesive strategy.

Dain Hansen, director of integration product marketing for Oracle, says problems result when organizations bring in various cloud apps without a well-planned strategy that also takes into account on-premise software and systems.

"It's just so hard to get things to talk together," says Hansen.

SaaS offerings have become very popular because they can be implemented quickly and easily by business units and individual users. Yet, because some of that implementation is outside the purview of IT organizations and others are simply stand-alone, it has led to a proliferation of online technology assets that are isolated from on-premise systems, unable to tap into valuable data stores or other sources of business expertise. Read the complete article here.

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Monday Feb 02, 2015

Cloud Adapter – Advanstar Customers Insights Webcast Went Live Today

clip_image002When your company tagline is "Connecting our Customers with Theirs", you can't afford to get integration wrong.   Watch this brief on-demand webcast now to learn why Advanstar chose Oracle integration including the new Oracle Cloud Adapters to replace their legacy integration solution to simplify IT and provide real time synchronization between cloud and on-premise applications.

As you may have seen at Oracle OpenWorld 2014, there has been tremendous interest in the new Oracle Cloud Adapters for simplifying the cloud to on-premises integration challenge.  In this webcast by Advanstar and OSI Consulting, you will learn how Advanstar used the "Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com" to connect their sales reps to Oracle E-Business Suite.  As described in the webcast, here were some of the challenges that drove them to the Oracle Solution:

Challenges Prior to the Oracle Solution:

  • Informatica batch integration using a cloud replication service was not acceptable
  • Lack of real-time integration
  • Data replication jobs ran into each other causing conflicts
  • High volume caused increased problems

Oracle Integration Solution Benefits:

  • Simplified cloud integration using the new Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com
  • Faster integration of future applications
  • Instant updates for sales reps - real time data synchronization

Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Feb 01, 2015

Cloud Computing Definition & Architecture for Cloud Service Brokers

With the launch of the Oracle Cloud PaaS Platforms we will make the SOA & BPM Partner Community cloud ready. In this article series we will lay the foundation for cloud computing including definition and concepts.

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Cloud Computing Hype Introduction

Cloud Computing Definition and Criteria

Concepts in Cloud Computing

Industry focus & use case Cloud Computing Providers & Consumers

Differences between Cloud Definitions

NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture

Cloud Broker

Types Cloud Broker

Challenges Cloud Broker


Cloud Computing Hype Introduction

image Why is everyone talking about cloud computing? Drawn-out, expensive IT projects that are planned and implemented with few benefits for the business stakeholders are commonplace. In contrast, cloud computing offers business users the chance to immediately implement services with usage-based billing that are tailored to their requirements, often without the need to consult with the IT department.

However, aspects including security, architecture, availability, and standards are often not evaluated. Cloud consumers find themselves at the mercy of the cloud provider. Scenarios that require changing cloud providers after a cloud provider goes bankrupt, and the associated moving of data and/or applications, have not yet been sufficiently tested. Business continuity should play a key role from the start of a cloud evaluation process.

One of the greatest challenges here is the integration of existing data and systems into the cloud solution. Without integration spanning clouds and on premise systems, processes can only be executed in isolation, leading to cloud-specific silos of isolated solutions. Important information for users is not available across processes and systems. Problems that would have occurred in the company's internal IT are now shifted to the cloud provider. To prevent "legacy clouds" or solutions that are hard to maintain, it is important to manage the entire architecture proactively and, in particular, the integration into the cloud. Even if cloud providers want us to believe otherwise, not every aspect of IT can be outsourced to cloud solutions!

Cloud Computing Definition and Criteria

Cloud computing is a model for usage-based network access to a common pool of configurable computing resources (e.g. networks, servers, storage systems, applications, and services) that can be provided and used quickly. IP-based services are requested via self-service and used online independently. A prerequisite for this is a broadband Internet connection with low latency. The IT resources are bundled into pools and provided as required. Billing is based on the services used. *1

Concepts in Cloud Computing

In cloud computing, the following models are differentiated on the basis of horizontal scaling:

· Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) - provides a hardware platform as a service, such as Amazon EC2 or Oracle Compute Service (now in preview)

· Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) - provides a software platform as a service, such as Google Apps Engine or Oracle Java Cloud

· Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) - allows applications and functions to be outsourced by virtualizing cloud providers' hardware and software and providing the functions as services, such as Salesforce CRM [REF-1] or Oracle Sales Cloud

In deployment models, distinctions are made according to availability and installation location. Public clouds are services that are available to the public on the Internet. Private clouds are internal company services. Hybrid clouds and community clouds represent mixtures of these models, such as when Amazon computing power is used in the event of a failure or overload of an internal company cloud application.

Industry focus & use case Cloud Computing Providers & Consumers

clip_image005Large companies for which IT plays a central role or represents a competitive advantage often build internal company cloud solutions in their own data centers “private clouds”. Small and medium enterprises frequently use public cloud services. A further distinguishing feature is the cloud consumer focus. In the business-to-business segment, private clouds are predominantly used, while in the business-to-consumer segment the majority are public clouds (Figure: 1).

Differences between Cloud Definitions

Thomas Erl, Ricardo Puttini and Zaigham Mahmood define cloud computing in his latest book “Cloud Computing Concepts, Technology & Architecture”. Based on the NIST cloud computing definition they add “ubiquitous access” as a cloud characteristic, to reflect the trend that more and more services are used on mobile devices. As cloud computing becomes more and more adopted also in b2b services, companies run mission critical applications on a global level in the cloud, resiliency of this services becomes important. Therefore Thomas Erl Ricardo Puttini and Zaigham Mahmood add also “resiliency” to the cloud characteristics.*2

Wikipedia defined cloud computing more from a consumer perspective. The article highlights that cloud computing is often used as a jargon term without a commonly accepted non-ambiguous scientific or technical definition.*3. From my perspective the NIST definition is widely accepted between b2b vendors. Many software vendors try to brand their solutions as cloud solution, or cloud enabled solutions without to respect the NIST cloud definition. This reflects the change of the IT industry caused by cloud computing.

NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture

Together with the “The NIST Cloud Definition of Cloud Computing” the “NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture” lays the theoretical foundation of cloud computing. The NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture extends the definition by a reference architecture and a taxonomy. An additional actor and role model is introduced. The cloud provider offers IaaS, PaaS or SaaS services to the cloud consumer. Between them a cloud broker might offer service intermediation, service aggregation and service arbitrage. These services become more important as cloud services need to be integrated with on premise and integrated or exchanged between different cloud providers. A cloud carrier transports the cloud services from the cloud provider to the cloud consumer. A cloud auditor might support the cloud consumer and cloud provider in security, privacy impact and performance audits*4

Cloud Broker

NIST and Gartner define three different types of cloud brokers:


Service Intermediation

Provides value added services on top of a cloud platform. An example is the Force identity service from Salesforce. This identity service can be used to identify users across several cloud services.


Service Aggregation

Ensures the interoperability between different cloud services. An example is Boomi from Dell. The service let cloud consumers integrate for example a Salesforce CRM system with a Netleger billing system and or an on premise solution. As IT System are often historical grown and rally build on a green field approach cloud aggregation becomes key for cloud adoption.


Service Arbitration

A cloud service arbitrage provides flexibility and an “opportunistic choices” by offering multiple similar services to select from.*5 Heroku for example lets the cloud consumer choose between different cloud services. The cloud consumer might increase service level agreements or reduce the dependency from one cloud provider by a service arbitration service.

Key Benefits of Cloud Brokers

Key benefits of cloud brokers might include:

• Cloud interoperability: Integration between several cloud offerings

• Cloud portability: Move application between different cloud vendors

• Different data models between cloud offerings

• Modular services between several cloud offerings e.g. security, document or notification services to increase developer productivity and user usability & security

• Increase business continuity by reducing dependency from one cloud provider

• Increase SLAs by leverage multiple cloud provider


Challenges Cloud Brokers

Large leading cloud providers e.g. Google or Salesforce try to offer comprehensive services & platforms for cloud consumers. Often they are not interested to enable cloud broker services which might enable cloud consumer to choose or broker between different cloud providers. Sometimes their strategy can be characterized as a vendor log-in. Today no industry wide standard for cloud brokers is developed. To enable seamless service aggregation on a process level, between different cloud providers a meta-data model between them needs to be established. This model needs to include joint business objects and services to ensure seamless processes across multiple cloud providers.

Cloud consumers Dependencies based on Service Layer

The risk of such a vendor login might be based on the service model the cloud consumer chooses. The higher the service model, less has to build by the cloud consumer, more is provided by the cloud provider, the higher the risk of vendor login:

Service Model

Risk vendor login

Advice

SaaS

High

Same application on-premise available

PaaS

Medium

Standard programming language available several clouds

IaaS

Low

Operating & Virtualization technologies

With the need of cloud Brokers versus the trend to build whole cloud Economies by one dominant player this might be one of the most challenging and exciting areas of cloud computing in the next years. Today cloud consumers might carefully evaluate this in the cloud selection phase to ensure business continuity.*6


References

  1. NIST Definition Cloud Computing
  2. „Cloud Computing Concepts, Technology & Architecture” Thomas Erl, Zaigham Mahmood, Ricardo Puttini, PRENTICE HALL June 2013
  3. Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing
  4. NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture
  5. Gartner
  6. NIST Definition Cloud Computing

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Monday Jan 19, 2015

Smart Combo – Cloud Integration Webcast January 26th 2015

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Cloud Integration – Unified and Comprehensive Cloud and On-premise Integration Discover the Value for Partners

Simplify cloud integration with 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.

Speakers will be:
– Olivier Tordo, Channel Sales – Senior Director
– Richard Lefebvre, Director CRM Partner Programs EMEA
– Yogesh Sontakke, Principal Product Manager

Details and registration: » 26 January – 2 PM CET (1 hour)

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Monday Dec 29, 2014

BPM Integration Days February 26th & 27th 2015 in Munich Germany

image Am 26. bis 27. Februar 2015 präsentiert das Business Technology Magazin die BPM & Integration Days 2015 in München.
Vier der bekanntesten deutschsprachigen BPM-Profis - Torsten Winterberg, Danilo Schmiedel und Dr. Marcus Winteroll zeigen Ihnen in diesem Trainingsevent Schritt für Schritt wie Sie prozessorientierte IT-Lösungen optimal entwickeln und aktuelle Standards ef­fizient einsetzen.

Das erwartet Sie!
Im Laufe der beiden Trainingstage wird der komplette Lebenszyklus eines Projekts zur Geschäftsprozessautomatisierung beispielhaft vermittelt werden. Beginnend mit der Anforderungsaufnahme, wird im weiteren Verlauf aufgezeigt, welche Lösungsanteile am besten mit der BPMN 2.0 umgesetzt werden können und in welchen Fällen Ansätze aus dem Adaptive Case Management zum Einsatz kommen.
Klar de­finierte Abläufe werden mithilfe der BPMN 2.0 (Business Process Model and Notation) zur Ausführung gebracht, flexible zu gestaltende Geschäftsprozesse mittels der CMMN (Case Management Model and Notation). Abgerundet wird das Training durch eine Vorstellung der DMN (Decision Model and Notation), um die Struktur von Entscheidungen zu analysieren, die im Laufe der Geschäftsprozesse zu treffen sind. Nachdem alle nötigen Grundlagen gelegt sind, erklären die Trainer mithilfe verschiedener BPM-Plattformen wie camunda sowie Oracle BPM Suite, wie alle erstellten Modelle in lauffähige, prozessbasierte Software gegossen werden.
An wen richtet sich das Training?
Das Trainingsevent richtet sich an alle, die in prozessbasierten IT-Projekten an Lösungsstrukturen arbeiten, also vorrangig an Softwarearchitekten, Entwickler und Modellierer, aber auch an Systemanalytiker, die mit ihren Entwicklern besser kommunizieren wollen. Das Training ist zudem für Projektmanager geeignet, da sie so Gründe und Methoden für Strukturentscheidungen kennen lernen und somit ihre Teams optimal aufstellen können.


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Wir wünschen Ihnen ein besinnliches Weihnachtsfest und einen guten Rutsch ins neue Jahr!

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Wednesday Nov 05, 2014

Mobile Integration Using Oracle Service Bus Oracle Service Bus 12c

Mobile Integration Using Oracle Service Bus Oracle Service Bus 12c enables enterprises to deliver on mobile as an extension of the integration platform . Developers can create REST /JSON APIs and simplify the process of creating customizable applications from reusable components. Oracle Service Bus 12c makes it easy to extend onpremise and cloud applications to the mobile channel. Read the datasheet here.

Oracle Service Bus 12c enables enterprises to deliver on mobile as an extension of the integration platform. Developers can create REST/JSON APIs and simplify the process of creating customizable applications from reusable components. Oracle Service Bus 12c makes it easy to extend on-premise and cloud applications to the mobile channel.
The Oracle Mobile Suite utilizes standard technologies and tools to expose many data formats for exchange data and functions with any mobile application and includes Oracle Service Bus and Oracle Mobile Application Framework. Oracle Service Bus supports all types of connections between applications on mobile devices and back end business systems including the popular REST/JSON.
Using Service Bus, organizations can shield front-end mobile applications from changes that might occur in the backend. They can also shield mobile developers from often intricate and complex details of underlying implementations of back-end applications, such as legacy protocols. In addition, Service Bus can simplify and reduce the information exposed by API interfaces to ensure both optimization of bandwidth and greater control on information shared with mobile users.
Oracle Service Bus is a part of Oracle SOA Suite 12c. It introduces a REST binding within JDeveloper to simplify mobile enablement by exposing traditional SOAP services, Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs), JCA adapters connecting backend applications or just about any other underlying implementation through REST/JSON. The REST binding is available for SOA composites and Oracle Service Bus services and allows the configuration of REST interactions as exposed service or proxy service. It also allows the invocation of externally available REST services.

To learn more on Oracle Service Bus 12c for Mobile Integration:
Datasheet for Mobile Integration using Oracle Service Bus 12c
Screencast on Mobile Enablement with SOA by Suhash Uliyar, VP of Mobile Strategy at Oracle
Customer Stories:
Agilent Delivers on Mobile Strategy with Oracle SOA
Ricoh Differentiates Business with Mobile Enablement
Blog Series on Simplifying Mobile Integration with SOA:
1. Simplifying Enterprise Mobile Integration
2. Mobile Service Enablement with Oracle Service Bus
3. API Management as a Solution to Mobile Enablement

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Wednesday Oct 15, 2014

REST Enabling Oracle Fusion Sales Cloud using Java By Angelo Santagata

Oracle Fusion Sales Could (Rel7) currently has a WebServices/SOAP interface however many clients & partners are interested in accessing Oracle Fusion Sales Cloud using REST & JSON. The main difference between a SOAP service and a REST service is the “way” you get access to the data and methods you use. Whilst SOAP is very powerful, very complete and also can be quite complex perhaps over-complex. REST in comparison is rather simple and uses the http verbs (GET,POST,PUT etc) to define the operation and can be as powerful as you desire.
There are many documents on the web which discuss REST vs SOAP but in summary :

SOAP

Originally defined as Simple Object Access Protocol. A protocol specification for exchanging structured information in the implementation of Web Services in computer networks.
An envelope, which defines what is in the message and how to process it A set of encoding rules for expressing instances of application-defined datatypes And a convention for representing procedure calls and responses.
Relies on eXtensible Markup Language (XML) as its message format, and usually relies on other Application Layer protocols (most notably Remote Procedure Call (RPC) and HTTP) for message negotiation and transmission. This XML based protocol consists of three parts:

REST

RESTful web service (also called a RESTful web API) is a simple web service implemented using HTTP and the principles of REST. Such a web service can be thought about as a collection of resources. The definition of such a web service can be thought of as comprising three aspects:
The base URI for the web service, such as http://example.com/resources/
The MIME type of the data supported by the web service. This is often JSON, XML or YAML but can be any other valid MIME type.
The set of operations supported by the web service using HTTP methods (e.g., POST, GET, PUT or DELETE).

References : · http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representational_State_Transfer#RESTful_web_services & · http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOAP
Why would you want to use REST instead of SOAP?
There are many reasons why one would/could want to use REST instead of SOAP, one reasons is that SOAP is considered too heavy-weight for mobile applications, where payload size is critical, and also instead of XML, JSON is the preferred message format.
The JSON message format is also very appropriate when interfacing with systems that use JavaScript (such as browsers or node.js) and hence adds weight to the desire to use REST instead of SOAP for accessing Oracle Fusion Sales Cloud.
So getting to the matter at hand and getting RESTful
So enough of why REST , how does one do it for Oracle Sales Cloud (aka CRM). Thankfully this is rather straightforward, at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 you would have seen Thomas Kurian demonstrate our new Oracle SOA Suite and how it can transform a SOAP service into a REST service whilst this is excellent and incredibly productive some clients dont want to install SOA Suite soley for this purpose. Thankfully its possible to do the same using pure Java and deploy it to a cloud infrastructure, like the newly release Oracle Java Cloud Service. It is however worth noting that using SOA Suite is preferable because it accelerates the deployment tremendously and would ultimately be more "agile".
So what are the basic steps to REST enable a Fusion Sales Cloud Service?

  1. Download and install the Jersey REST libraries, we'll use these for the creation of the RESTful service
  2. Generate the SOAP Client Side Proxie(s) for Oracle Sales Cloud. In this example we're using static proxies however for a more industrialized approach Id recommend going down the dynamic proxy route, more flexible and less likely to break at runtime, however at a development cost.
  3. Create "wrapper" JAXB Objects so that you can return XML data. This is needed because the baseline SOAP clients dont have @RootElement (s) defined.
  4. Create the RESTful project and expose the services you require.
  5. Deploy to your runtime Java contain, like the Oracle Java Cloud Service
  6. Consume by your favourite client, like a mobile phone etc

For the purpose of the tutorial (in the document), I've documented step by step how you can build the above, query Oracle Fusion Sales Cloud, manage security (for development & production) and how to deploy the code to the Oracle Java Cloud. Obviously take note that this document is more of a tutorial than anything else when building your own custom REST Adaptor you would tailor it specifically to what services your client (mobile phone, javascript widget etc) requires.
Happy reading Material: Document & Template Files & Complete Solution (needs Jersey files downloadable separately)
Note : This document and source code is sample code and assumes no support from Oracle Corporation or myself. Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Got Cloud? Get Mobile Too! By Tanu Sood

Now here's a recipe - have some applications, sprinkle in a mix of cloud applications and then top it with mobile enabled applications and you have got yourself a digital enterprise! So long as your applications are "talking" to each other or are able to connect with user-friendly portals, sites or can be extended to mobile interfaces, you have got a winning recipe.

And the key ingredient in all of this - integration.
Take a cue from Ricoh Americas Corporation, a subsidiary of Ricoh Company Ltd, a global technology company specializing in office imaging equipment, production print solutions, document management systems, and IT services. They have been implementing on a social, mobile, cloud strategy since 2010. Ricoh leveraged a SOA-based integration services layer across its entire enterprise to connect - Oracle and non-Oracle applications, front-end to back-end applications and on-premise to cloud applications. What's more, Ricoh is leveraging the same integration infrastructure to extend their Oracle EBS application to mobile devices too. Plus, the company has built a social collaboration forum that is integrated with their RightNow knowledge database to build an "ideation" platform that not only sparks innovative ideas but sometimes serves as the first line of troubleshooting support for its customers.
And we have got it all on camera! Don't miss this one-on-one interview with Ricoh's CIO, Balaji Rangaswamy and a detailed architecture walk-through and discussion with an Oracle architect. Here's a sneak preview of what you are in store for. Watch the video here.

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