Friday Jan 30, 2015

OpenWorld 2014 Presentations

At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) you can download the updated the Oracle OpenWorld 2014 presentations:

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BPM presentations

IoT presentations

AppAdvantage presentations

For more OpenWorld material please see the OOW 2014 tag

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Wednesday Dec 31, 2014

Cloud demystified Open World 2014 Overview of Cloud offerings by Amis team

clip_image002The central theme of Oracle Open World 2014 has certainly been the Cloud. Downtown San Francisco was laced with banners about Oracle and Cloud. The difference compared to last year is that now there is a huge amount of real cloud products available (or soon to be launched). Where the Oracle cloud offering till this summer was limited to Database and Java (WebLogic) and some applications the current stack ranges from infrastructure till a range of SAAS offerings. The amount of cloud related announcements was really huge and somewhat overwhelming. Get things in perspectives I have drafted below a list of the concrete cloud offerings with a short description. If you want to try this in practice you are welcome to visit https://cloud.oracle.com/home (choose the platform tab to see what’s currently available).

The major theme of all Oracle cloud based solutions is REST support for all commands. So you can use either Cloud Control / Enterprise Manager to manage your cloud infrastructure or you can directly tap into the specific systems and manage them yourself. In this way you can customize the management of your infrastructure for specific services without having to use the Cloud Control.

Overview of all cloud offerings Oracle has introduced last week at Oracle Open World 2014:

Java Cloud

The Java Cloud offering, also called WebLogic Cloud, is a full version of WebLogic Server as a cloud instance. Including the usage of Coherence as a data grid within the WebLogic Server to share data and transactions between several applications without using the round-trip to the database. At this time Oracle is offering WebLogic 11c and 12c as a cloud service. Within the cloud dashboard you are able to create and scale your Java cloud service as you like (scale up and scale out).

Security cloud Services

Oracle has made security a high priority within the cloud services offering. This is essential for the complete cloud offering. The the security cloud service offers firewall, intrusion detection and anti-virus to protect the system from treats from outside the infrastructure and prevent systems being attacked by systems within the cloud infrastructure. This offering enables you to configure your cloud system to be compliant with a lot of regulatory frameworks (http://www.oracle.com/us/media1/service-cloud-security-overview-2030360.pdf)

Developer Cloud

New announcement is the developer cloud is a new offering consisting of tools for software repository, wiki, issue / task tracking and build engine. The developer cloud will be released in the upcoming moth. A trial version is already available. According to my information the Developer Cloud is free together with the Java Cloud.  With the developer cloud you are able to create a GIT repository (or multiple) and invite your team to participate. You can connect your own IDE (Eclipse, JDeveloper etc.) to this repository and work just as you were used to work. The developer cloud offers an issue tracking system based upon the schema of Bugzilla with an integrated interface and REST interfaces to create and tasks from your own IDE. The build engine in the developer cloud is based upon Mave3 and Hudson. And finally you can use a wiki in the developer cloud to enrich your documentation. The developer cloud is aimed on working in agile projects and supports easy and fast review, collaboration and quick integration. The developer cloud offers to create and use templates. This enables you to create a template of a specific type of project and use this as a basis for following similar project while copying a pre format setup of the source repository, build engine and wiki.

Integration Cloud (SOA / Service Bus )

This service enables the SOA and OSB users to leverage the advantages of integration with Service Bus and SOA and the scalability and availability of cloud systems. This product is announced on Open World and it looks like it is being launched introduced in the upcoming months. A very interesting part of this is the Cloud Adapter SDK. Integration Cloud Services (ICS) offers a lot of new SaaS adapters to integrate with SaaS applications like SalesForce for example. The cloud adapters are built in the Cloud Adapter SDK and written in Java. So you are able to create your own adapter an share this adapter with your users. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/adapters/documentation/index.html

Process cloud

Another new service is the Process Cloud. This is the cloud implementation of BPM with the goal of offering a simplified and comprehensive way of modeling and executing your processes. The goal is to migrate the BPM creation activities from the developer to the business analyst. The process cloud is being launched soon. Examples are available here : https://cloud.oracle.com/process

Analytics Cloud / BI Cloud

This is the Business Intelligence offering as a cloud service. This service is being made available as a separate offering and as an BI Engine on other Oracle applications like Oracle Eauola and Oracle RightNow. (https://cloud.oracle.com/business_intelligence).

Mobile Cloud and Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX)

Oracle Mobile cloud is an extensive way to make your own services available as a mobile backend. The mobile could offers services to create data providers within for your mobile developer without bothering them with the complexity of your enterprise backend. Including shielding the security of your connection from your mobile developers. The mobile cloud offers several features for reporting and analytics such as usage statistics and engagement. This service will probably be launched in a few months (https://cloud.oracle.com/mobile) . A second interesting announcement was the introduction of MAX ( Mobile Application Accelerator). The Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator feature allows users with no coding experience to rapidly and intuitively produce mobile applications. This feature is only announced and it is not clear when it will be available for usage. Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Dec 28, 2014

OpenWorld 2014 Middleware Summery

In case you did not attend OpenWorld 2014, make sure you watch the keynotes on-demand.

At our at our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) we published Thomas Kurian Fusion Middleware keynote slides: OFM general session Thomas Kurian OOW 2014.pptx

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Middleware General Session

Thomas Kurian, Executive Vice President, Product Development, Oracle

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Cloud Services for the Modern Enterprise

Thomas Kurian, Executive Vice President, Product Development, Oracle

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Chairman's Keynote

Larry Ellison, Executive Chairman and Chief Technology Officer, Oracle

Watch Full-Length Keynote

Thanks to all partners for attending Oracle Open World 2014 & making the conference a huge success . Thanks to all Oracle employees & specially product management & development for the exciting new solutions! Thanks to the 80+ attendees you join our Fusion Middleware Partner Community Reception Tuesday evening. Was great that see the community excited & meet Clemens a good old friend. We are looking for your Oracle Open World 2014 feedback, what did you like best? What are the best products? Send us your feedback at clip_image004Twitter @soacommunity #soacommunity. At our clip_image005Facebook page we posted some impressions – make sure you send us yours!

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Monday Sep 29, 2014

Middleware PaaS Services launched by Thomas Kurian Middleware OOW Keynote

Make Oracle Fusion Middleware a cloud platform for digital business!

Key announcements include: Mobility, Identity Management, Service Integration, Content Management and WebLogic

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Enterprise Mobility

Take bespoke Apps, Packaged Apps or Cloud Apps and build REST API to make them available for mobile devices.

Solutions: Mobile Application Framework, Mobile Security, Mobile Cloud Service

Identity Management

Centralize the user identity and access control

Integrated in cloud social and any device

Solutions Access Management Mobile Security Container Identity Governance

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Service Integration

Cloud based service integration & Multi channel enablement

Solutions: Process Cloud Service, Service Process Cloud Service


Content Management

Solutions: Document Cloud Service & Social network Cloud Service

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Shift workloads between your Public Cloud Service back and forth to your Private Cloud Service

Solutions: Java Cloud Service and WebLogic

With this new cool über middleware PaaS service Larry will be able to build an application in his Wednesday keynote! Otherwise stop by at 7-Eleven they can help you!


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get ready for the PaaS cloud – Larry Ellison OOW keynote

Public Cloud offers includes:image

  • Social
  • Mobile
  • Analytics
  • Identity

Can be used to build applications or to extend Oracle SaaS applications! Key features include: Integration Cloud image& Mobile Integration Cloud & Process Cloud. Want to learn more about the middleware PaaS offerings? Join the Middleware Partner Community!

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Saturday Sep 27, 2014

Fusion Middleware: Meet This Year’s Most Impressive Innovators (CON7029) September 30th 2014

Tuesday September 30, 2014, 5:00 p.m.–5:45 p.m. PT, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater (formerly Novellus Theater at YBCA, next to Moscone North), 700 Howard Street, San Francisco.Meet This Year's Most Impressive Innovators
Please plan to attend the Oracle Excellence Awards Ceremony for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation. These awards honor customers for their most innovative and cutting-edge solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware. Join us in celebrating the award recipients' great achievements and commitment to innovation.

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Thursday Sep 25, 2014

BPM at Oracle OpenWorld

BPM sessions

In the case your will attend OpenWorld make sure you attend the Focus-On BPM session: Monday

General Session: A Modern Business Demands a Modern Cloud Platform—Presented by Thomas Kurian
Thomas Kurian, EVP, Oracle

13:15 - 14:15 Marriott Marquis - Salon 7/8/9 GEN8589

Oracle Business Process Management Strategy and Vision
Bipin Premachandran
Dan Mascenik, VP of Product Development, Oracle
Meera Srinivasan, Director, Oracle Product Management, Oracle

11:45 - 12:30 Moscone West – 3024 CON8123

Best Practices Learned from Process Accelerator Solutions
Cesare Rotundo, Director, Product Management, Oracle

16:00 - 16:45 Moscone West – 3022 CON8017

Managing Unstructured Processes with Oracle Business Process Management: Lessons from the Field
Manas Deb, President & COO, eProseed
Irene Tiepel, Director, Rvdr spir-it
Prasen Palvankar, Director Product Management, Oracle

17:15 - 18:00 Moscone West – 3022 CON8095

Tuesday
General Session: Enable Apps for the Cloud, Mobile, and Beyond
Amit Zavery, GVP, FMW Product Management, Oracle
Ed Zou, VP, Product Management, Fusion Middleware, Oracle

15:45 - 16:30 Moscone West – 3018 GEN8238

Oracle WebCenter and Oracle Business Process Management: Enabling the Digital Business
Larson Banilower
Andrew Kershaw, Sr Director Business Development, racle

10:45 - 11:30 Moscone West – 3024 CON8263

Demos

Oracle BPM Suite and Oracle WebCenter Content: Accelerators and Solutions

Moscone South, Left - SLM-142


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Middleware Community Reception at Oracle OpenWorld 2014

You attend Oracle Open World 2014? Make sure you attend the SOA & BPM stream! You are invited to join our traditional Fusion Middleware Partner Community Reception at OpenWorld. The Reception will be held on Tuesday September 30th 2014 in San Francisco! Don't miss this unique opportunity to:

  • Network and exchange information with fellow Oracle Middleware Partners & ACEs
  • Meet with members of the Global Oracle Middleware Product Management team and Oracle EMEA Alliances and Solutions Partner Programs team
  • Learn more about Oracle OpenWorld activities

Schedule: Tuesday September 30th 2014 20:00 (California time)
For details please visit our registration page.


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Wednesday Sep 24, 2014

SOA at Oracle OpenWorld – Rethink Your IT

OpenWorld: Blog | Focus-On Oracle SOA Suite
The single most important thing you can do for your IT roadmap this year is attend Oracle Open World 2014. And to make the best use of your time while at Open World, plan ahead! You can tailor your agenda based on the Oracle SOA Focus On. This will give you a golden opportunity to nail your IT strategy - you can network with experts, get your hands dirty exploring the new Oracle SOA Suite 12c, and understand how to capitalize on every new wave of innovation: mobile, cloud, social, big data, fast data, and internet of things.  
Here are some sessions that are on my radar at this Open World 2014:
Time for you to Rethink Mobile?
A Modern Business Demands a Modern Cloud Platform - by Thomas Kurian
From the Horse's Mouth: The Present and Future of Oracle PaaS and IaaS
Customer Panel: Oracle SOA Suite Cloud Integration
Jazz up your Saas with #1 Paas
Enable Apps for Cloud, Mobile, and Beyond
Oracle Service Bus on Oracle Cloud
User Group Forum: Deep Dive: A SOA Application, End to End

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Monday Apr 14, 2014

last chance call for presentations Oracle OpenWorld & JavaOne 2014

You’ve been successful in making your organization run smoother, faster, more cost-effectively. You’ve come up with the perfect solution to increase your staff retention, speed up your lead to sales pipeline, or minimize your supply management costs. We want to hear your story. Submit your proposal today and share your success at Oracle OpenWorld.

Tips for your presentation:

  • Include customer references
  • Choose a cool title which catches attention
  • Cloud, mobile and big & fast data are key trends in middleware
  • Inform us and product management about your paper
  • Visit last years conference page to see which presentations have been selected

Oracle OpenWorld 2014, will take place from September 28th until October 2nd in San Francisco. Call for papers is open until April 15th 2014 here:


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