Thursday May 23, 2013

Welcome to the Spring edition of Oracle Scene

In this digital edition find out what a Server Administrator needs to know about Oracle ADF. Read about the history of using database clones to improve application development and the technical advances of thin provisioned clones. As shared services centers in the finance area are increasingly becoming mainstream establishments for large organisations, explore ways how you can optimise financial shared services through Oracle Fusion.

Make sure that you read the middleware articles about:

  • Creating Custom XPath Functions in Oracle SOA Suite 11g
  • Mobile the Enterprise Gamechanger

Click here to view the digital edition.

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Wednesday Jan 30, 2013

UKOUG Conference middleware track presentations

Thanks to UKOUG and Simon Haslam for an excellent middleware track at the user conference. Special thanks to all presenters for the excellent presentations, if you missed it you can find the middleware presentations at our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required)

Some impressions are posted at our Facebook Community website - feel free to add your pictures! Or post your feedback on twitter #ukoug!

UK Oracle User Group Conference 2012

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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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Wednesday May 16, 2012

UK OUG call for papers–your middleware success!

UK Oracle user group launched their call for papers. We would like to invite you to submit your SOA and BPM articles. The submission deadline is 1st June 2012 GMT midday. You can also register as a speaker. To register as a speaker and submit abstracts please click here.
Why should I present?
Speaking at the UKOUG conference is a rewarding experience, a chance to share your knowledge and raise your personal profile at the leading Oracle User conference in the UK. You will gain insights from fellow speakers as well as receive feedback from delegates on your presentation content.

"As always, the UKOUG conference excels by bringing together the great minds of Oracle technology in an environment that not only has formal presentation sessions, but the ability to interact on a 1-1 basis. If you are looking for good value for your training budget, you must consider the UKOUG conference".
Grant Ronald, Oracle ACE Oracle

What should I present? We are looking for you to share the following, that can be submitted under the UKOUG 2012 streams and topics

  • Real life business experiences
  • In-depth product analysis
  • New product overviews
  • If you have any queries regarding submitting a paper, please do not hesitate to contact Marisa

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