Tuesday Apr 12, 2016

Oracle OpenWorld 2016: Call for Proposals Is Now Open

imageWanted: Outstanding Oracle Experts

The Oracle OpenWorld 2016 Call for Proposals is now open. Attendees at the conference are eager to hear from experts on Oracle business and technology. They're looking for insights and improvements they can put to use in their own jobs: exciting innovations, strategies to modernize their business, different or easier ways to implement, unique use cases, lessons learned, the best of best practices.

If you've got something special to share with other Oracle users and technologists, they want to hear from you, and so do we. Submit your proposal now for this opportunity to present at Oracle OpenWorld, the most important Oracle technology and business conference of the year.

We recommend you take the time to review the General Information, Content Program Policies, and Tips and Guidelines pages before you begin. We look forward to your submissions.

Submit Your Proposal here

For additional call for papers please visit our community wiki here.

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Thursday Jan 21, 2016

Amis Oracle OpenWorld 2015 Whitepaper

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As a wrap-up of Oracle OpenWorld 2015, AMIS published a review whitepaper with the news we took with us from San Francisco.

This whitepaper is the ultimate insider, for everyone that was not able to go to San Francisco this year. But  also for those who did visit Oracle OpenWorld 2015. Get the whitepaper here.

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Sunday Dec 06, 2015

My private Corner – last OpenWorld 2015 with friends

clip_image002Thanks for the great time during OpenWorld 2015. To spend time with the community always feels like being at home with friends. Last OpenWorld was excellent enjoyed the workshops with the partners and also our bike ride and networking during the reception. Want to see some impression? Visit our Facebook page here. For 2016 all is booked #jkwc

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Tuesday Nov 24, 2015

OpenWorld 2015: Finally a real Vision and Mission. A pleasant surprise by Robbrecht van Amerongen


clip_image001For me the 2015 Oracle OpenWorld was a pleasant surprise.  The surprise was not the announcement of an additional set of cloud products like the Identity Cloud or the Application Builder Cloud Service. The biggest surprise was the different tone of voice during the conference.

In the past you could summarize Oracle’s message as: We are Bigger and Better in technology, Open Source is bad,  Cloud is important, We (Oracle) Offer a full set of products and you do not have to look at other vendors. All your problems will be solved when you buy Oracle.

There is a change happening in Oracle, and the most important change is not the new products. Is a change in market approach, culture and structure.

Larry finally found his vision and mission

The change was visible in the Sunday and Tuesday keynote by Oracle’s CTO Larry Ellison. After a long time Oracle finally has a vision. And surprisingly it has nothing to do with technology. The vision steers Oracle in a completely different direction. Oracle needs to transform from a tech company to a services organization. It was definitely an inspiring keynote. The SAAS, PAAS, and IAAS business is taken very serious. I expected a full blown attack on Amazon and Salesforce,  but Larry is seeing them as inspiring example.  The CTO of Oracle seemed to have found his new horizon and he is eager to get there. He really looked like he enjoyed it again.

The full stack offering is not the only choice  anymore

Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Nov 19, 2015

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 Highlights by Danilo Schmiedel

clip_image002Exciting days are behind us. As every year we visited Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco. Thousands of customers, hundreds of partners, and millions of virtual attendees from more than 141 countries were curious to see a lot of innovation, technology and entertainment. Oracle OpenWorld is the industry’s preeminent business and technology show featuring over 2,500 sessions, 3,000 speakers, and more than 400 Oracle demos. More than 45 Oracle products and services have been unveiled throughout the conference. Read the whole articles here:

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – A new Era of Utility Computing (Part 1)

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – A week full of Highlights (Part 2)

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Wednesday Nov 18, 2015

OpenWorld 2015 – Middleware & PaaS perspective

clip_image002Oracle OpenWorld 2015 market an important point for Oracle as all the Oracle PaaS services are in production, more are announced and integration starts. Let us start from the beginning of the Platform as a Service (PaaS) journey for Oracle; at last years OpenWorld Oracle announced several PaaS services in advance of availability. Based on Java Cloud Service, which is available for more than a year, Oracle grow the portfolio within the last 12 months. With the majority in the PaaS service, which became wildly available, the European Partners are leading the adoption to the cloud.

Let’s take a look why, with more 50% of the global specialized partners are based in Europe, it is easy for them to join the journey. Oracle offers the same middleware software on-premises as on the cloud. This enables customers and partners to adopt easy and to secure investments. Over the last 12 months, our partners like Amis have proven successful cloud adoption by building proof of concepts, projects and showcasing our PaaS service. Customer can choose from a variety of cloud service offerings and fist applications at the Oracle Cloud Marketplace for example the Amis Cloud Activator Service. Oracle crossed successful the PaaS Cloud Chasm.

What is the next step in our joint cloud journey? During Oracle OpenWorld 2015 the keynotes focused on the integrated hybrid cloud. Integrated with Developer Cloud Service and also within each other. A great example is the HCL predictive maintenance showcase. The use case includes the complete flow from fault recognition, gather and diagnose information, repair and settle and schedule preventive maintenance. The whole show case was build on the Oracle PaaS Platform including IoT, Integration, Process and Mobile Cloud Service. In the upcoming months integration between cloud services will be much tighter including hybrid scenarios.

The unique Oracle value proposition are the same middleware products on-premises as in the cloud. In case you missed it Oracle release key now on-premises versions including SOA Suite, BPM Suite and WebLogic. Key features include multi tendency in WebLogic 12.2.1, JSON support in SOA Suite 12.2.1, Java Script in Service Bus or in memory SOA to name some of the highlights. This new version make hybrid solutions much easier from deploying the same Java application on a private WebLogic instance or a Java Cloud Service to shifting workload of a running application. Or to start a process in the cloud and continue the same process in a private cloud.

At the same time we see the raise of the citizen developer. Business users with technical background will be able to build dashboards in Data Virtualization Cloud Service or applications by drag and drop including integrations. This cloud adapters can be deployed anywhere on-premises, private cloud or a public cloud. Citizen developers will shift their daily work for Outlook and excel to cloud enabled applications. At the same time we will continue to see consulting companies like Amis to build enterprise applications, for the core competences of our joint customer base, with full blown functionality, big data & warehouses and enterprise wide integration platforms. In this hybrid cloud world security is key.

For your own impressions, keynotes are available on-demand

· Oracle President Thomas Kurian on cloud

· Integrated Cloud Applications and Platform Services

· Larry Ellison on the secure cloud

At the SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) we posted the Oracle OpenWorld 2015 keynotes:

· Accelerating Digital Transformation OpenWorld General Session Inderjeet

· Sunday Keynote - Larry Ellison.pptx

· Tuesday Keynote - Thomas Kurian.pptx

· Tuesday Keynote Larry Ellison.pptx

· Cloud Platform Services Diagram Launched at OpenWorld 2015.pptx

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clip_image003Ronald Luttikhuizen Thanks to @soacommunity and @wlscommunity for fun #FMW Partner Community reception yesterday #oow15

clip_image006Ramclip_image008kumar Menon@ramkmeno Oct 28 San Francisco, CA

Juergen championing the partner community reception is on the 9th cloud! #ipaas #oow15

clip_image011Luis Auguclip_image010sto Weir ‏Amazing #OOW15 this year @hcltech @SamsungMobile -best part: @MarkVHurd seeing our #OPaaS PredictiveMaintenance demo

clip_image014Amit ZaveryKeep up the good work - great to see many of the #cloudplatform @oraclemiddle partners work so well together #oow15clip_image013

clip_image015Mala RamakrishnanInnovation awards winners #oow15 @OracleBPM @OracleWebCenter

Exciting times! Jürgen Kress

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Wednesday Oct 14, 2015

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 are you prepared?

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Oracle OpenWorld is almost ready to start. To prepare the biggest annual Oracle conference here are some Tips for Oracle OpenWorld:

· Plan your schedule well in advance!

· Visit the demo grounds for the products you are interested

· Arrange 1:1 meetings with product management and A&C management

· Wear comfortable shoes, casual cloth and a light backpack

· Don’t forget your international health insurance

· Share your news & knowledge via social media like twitter @soacommunity @wlscommunity #OOW2015

· Drink some water during the day and a beer at our community reception!

For details please visit our registration page here. See you in San Francisco Jürgen Kress

To better plan your schedule:

Focus On: Integration Cloud Services and SOA

Focus On: Digital Experience, Content and BPM

Focus On: Cloud Platform for Integration

Focus On: Content and Collaboration in the Cloud

Focus on: Digital Experience, Content and Business Process Management

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Wednesday Sep 30, 2015

Creating a simple BPM Manual Process by Waslley Souza

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A Manual Process in Oracle BPM Suite 12c is a process that the user starts through a Human Task.
In this post we will create a BPM Process to add employees through a Human Task and generate a XML file through File Adapter.
Download the sample application: BpmHelloWorldApp.zip.

Create a new BPM Application, name it as BpmHelloWorldApp and click Finish.
Right-click the project name and choose New > BPMN 2.0 Process.
In the BPMN 2.0 Process Wizard, choose Manual Process, name it as AddEmployee and click Finish.

Our BPM application was created.
Before we start to model our process, we need to create a new user.
Start the WebLogic Server, go to Console and create the hrofficer user.

Read the complete article here.

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Monday Aug 31, 2015

Creating a simple BPM Manual Process by Waslley Souza

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A Manual Process in Oracle BPM Suite 12c is a process that the user starts through a Human Task.
In this post we will create a BPM Process to add employees through a Human Task and generate a XML file through File Adapter.
Download the sample application: BpmHelloWorldApp.zip.

Create a new BPM Application, name it as BpmHelloWorldApp and click Finish.
Right-click the project name and choose New > BPMN 2.0 Process.
In the BPMN 2.0 Process Wizard, choose Manual Process, name it as AddEmployee and click Finish.

Our BPM application was created.
Before we start to model our process, we need to create a new user.
Start the WebLogic Server, go to Console and create the hrofficer user.

Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Aug 23, 2015

My private corner The OOW15 Triathlon


clip_image002Organic community events have been on the rise for the last few years at Oracle OpenWorld (OOW). If you will be at OOW this year, come join the fun (and crazy).

On Saturday October 24th, go on a bike tour guided by Oracle's PL/SQL and Cycling Guru, Bryn Llewellyn.

Since either Facebook or Storify isn't cooperating very nicely right now, I'm putting the Event Link & Visit the event page here.

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