Saturday Jun 25, 2016

SOA & BPM 12.2.1 Installation and Configuration Workshop by John VanSant


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This workshop will guide the participant through the installation of a non-development environment for SOA and BPM Suite v12.2.1. This workshop won’t cover the installation of the SOA Quickstart install, but the installation of the production software. Some notable differences between the Quickstart install and production bits are:

  • The Quickstart installer doesn’t require an Oracle Database but uses a Java Database. In order to use BAM, an Oracle Database is required so the edelivery installation packages should be used if BAM is going to be used with SOA and/or BPM.
  • The Quickstart installer limits domains to a single managed server.
  • The Quickstart installer doesn’t support B2B domains.
  • The Quickstart installer also doesn’t support the ESS (Enterprise System Scheduler)

The overall steps in this workshop are:

1. Download the software and install Java SE

2. Install Fusion Middleware 12c Foundation

3. Install Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition

4. Install SOA and BPM Suite 12c

5. Patch the SOA and BPM 12c installation

6. Create the required Database Schemas to support a domain

7. Create & Configure a test domain

8. Smoke-test the new domain

Read the complete article here. (Community membership required)

SOA & BPM Partner Community

For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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Wednesday Jan 21, 2015

IoT and the Modern Value Chain by Gaurav Palta and John Murphy

By implementing modern best practices and architecting a digital, IoT-driven supply chain, organizations will be able to realize a number of benefits.

Today’s modern consumers expect faster and more flexible fulfillment options that provide full visibility into product information, availability, and lead times. With billions of networked devices—from cell phones and laptops to equipment sensors and wearable technology—the opportunities for significant innovation are vast. But so are the possibilities for exposure to risk and inefficiencies. The business battleground is moving, and the value chain is at the forefront of success or failure.

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Now, fast forward to 2020, there are 25-plus billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices and a “networked” economy approaching US$2 trillion. According to Bryan Tantzen, senior director of IoT at Cisco, “We have now crossed the chasm and people are waking up to the value at stake. Supply chain managers in particular are leveraging IoT to create a real-time supply chain where line operators take digital orders and integrate them immediately into production runs.”

To take advantage of the increasing deluge of data, commonly referred to as big data, businesses are replacing traditional methods with modern best practices. These practices are more focused on customers, enable faster and more responsive supply networks, inspire more profitable product innovation, and facilitate a more collaborative environment of empowered supply chain professionals.

By implementing modern best practices and architecting a digital, IoT-driven supply chain, organizations will be able to realize a number of benefits:

The business battleground is moving, and the value chain is at the forefront of success or
failure.

Increase focus on customers

As consumer-level information is captured by machine-to-machine communications, businesses can immediately analyze the data in multiple ways to create faster, more reliable, and more accurate forecasts so inventory and production levels are optimized. For example, in the not-so-distant future, sensors will be added to consumable items such as a gallon of milk. Milk producers will go beyond the shelves at retail outlets and into the homes of consumers to determine, in the short term, levels of consumption and, in the long term, patterns of consumption for individuals so they can better manage their supply chains and predict future demand and supply their retailers more efficiently. This level of detail was never before available. Read the complete article here.

SOA & BPM Partner Community

For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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Wednesday Jan 22, 2014

Chalk Talk with John: How Does SOA Add Value to Your Enterprise? By John Brunswick

In this episode of Chalk Talk with John we revisit our town of Middleware Fields from What Does User Experience Mean to You? to look at demystifying the business value of SOA.

Middleware fields is an extremely eco-conscious community and has been trying to setup a commuting program for their employees. Though a good idea, they soon run into challenges ensuring that people are able to use the commuting services easily.  Take a look below to see how SOA is like a transit pass for your enterprise and how it addresses common issues you may - watch the video here.


SOA & BPM Partner Community

For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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