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  • SOA Magazine edition III

    SOA Magazine edition threeThe SOA Magazine III edition focuses on the new release of Oracle SOA Suite 12c. The “c2” stands for Cloud & Consolidation. Many customers face the challenge to deliver more IT value for their business. Cloud solutions are very attractive for business. SOA is the foundation for a successful road to cloud computing. To invest & grow companies needs to consolidate existing solutions. Many customers not only run multiple instances of integration products, they also run multiple solutions from multiple vendors. Analyst companies like Gartner report since years that 8 out of 10 dollar of IT investment is “dead money”. It’s time to consolidate your systems into one private cloud platform which also integrates your new public cloud solutions! Business becomes “digital” and middleware plays a key role.

    IT is capable of building complex systems. With Service Oriented Architecture IT systems become flexible and integrated. With Business Process Management structured processes could be automated. Today IT needs to support business in a global competitive economy by flexible adaptive solutions. Therefore a new age of the knowledge worker, that makes his decision based on IT support, rises. Adaptive case management (ACM) is the solution which supports knowledge workers in their decision for unstructured processes. With ACM based solutions knowledge workers can make better decisions on core company values, which result in more successful companies in a competitive global environment. In this edition we highlight two ACM articles. OMG defined a suggestion for a notation for ACM, the “Case Management Model and Notation” (CMMN). Jessica Ray gives an introduction for CMMN modelling. In the second article Leon Smiers describes who the re-landscaping with case management.

    This quarterly newsletter is for both customers and partners who are active in the SOA space. The content includes articles for IT decision makers, architects and developers. The goal of the newsletter is to update you on the latest SOA technologies, market studies, trainings & certifications and conferences. We publish the newsletter in English and some articles will be in Portuguese specially for the Brazilian marketing, thanks to Ricardo Puttini and his team. Contribution is open for everybody! We want to publish your content! Like case studies, best practice, technical examples and solutions and conferences. Feel free to submit your content to Marcello Marinho (Portuguese articles) & Jürgen Kress (for English articles).

    Enjoy reading the SOA Magazine III we are looking forward to get your feedback! Ricardo Puttini & Jürgen Kress

  • SOA Magazine edition IV

    SOAMagazineCover4The SOA Magazine IV edition focuses on Industrial SOA articles which showcase that SOA is much more than a web service. Rolando Carrasco and Arturo Viveros showcase in their SOA Myth Busters article the evolution of the SOA Suite towards a complete platform over the last 10 years. An industrial SOA platform contains also API management to secure web services, as well b2b as a trading hub between external partners.

    What is the use case for Business Process Management versus Services Oriented Architecture. SOA is mainly used for data mediation and process orchestration between different IT systems. BPM is focused on automation on human based processes like an employee holiday request. Key is to re-use the SOA web services for your BPM deployment. In our holiday request example we can re-use a web service from the HR system which informs the employee of the available holidays. In this magazine edition you learn on the BPM Side more about Gateways and how Link Consulting is using a generator to create Human tasks. Thanks to Mark Foster who highlights in his article 10 best practices for SOA Suite and BPM Suite a must read!

    This quarterly newsletter is for both customers and partners who are active in the SOA space. The content includes articles for IT decision makers, architects and developers. The goal of the newsletter is to update you on the latest SOA technologies, market studies, trainings & certifications and conferences. We publish the newsletter in English and some articles will be in Portuguese specially for the Brazilian marketing, thanks to Ricardo Puttini and his team. Contribution is open for everybody! We want to publish your content! Like case studies, best practice, technical examples and solutions and conferences. Feel free to submit your content to Marcello Marinho (Portuguese articles) & Jürgen Kress (for English articles).

    Enjoy reading the SOA Magazine IV we are looking forward to get your feedback! Ricardo Puttini & Jürgen Kress

  • SOA Magazine edition V

    SOAMagazineCover5The SOA Magazine V editionfocuses on Cloud Computing. More precisely, it highlights Platform as a Service (PaaS). Oracle is in process to launch three new PaaS Cloud Services: Process Cloud Service (PCS), Integration Cloud Service (ICS), and Java Cloud Service (JCS). JCS is the underlying foundation and enables you to build, deploy and run Java Applications. With ICS, partners and customers can build integrations between Applications. For example, an integration between Eloqua marketing and Salesforce CRM including an on-premises SAP system. PCS is the platform to build and execute BPMN process in the Cloud. Oracle’s key unique selling point is that the same software is available as on PaaS as on-premises. For example, you can start building your process in PCS export your application and run it on Oracle BPM Suite on-premises in a private Cloud. This enables customers to start and try a service in PaaS and, if required, move it to a data center of their choice.

     

    The second major trend in IT besides Cloud Computing is Mobile. In this Magazine edition, Luca Jellema published an Tutorial to build a Flight application including mobile integration and application. This application is a great example for the complete Red Stack and we want to encourage your to make use of it! It includes all key components from the underlying WebLogic Server, SOA Suite and Service Bus for IT driven integration and BPM Suite for human based processes up to mobile integration with REST. With this application you will learn to utilize the stack and to gain productivity.

     

    This quarterly newsletter is for both customers and partners who are active in the SOA space. The content includes articles for IT decision makers, architects and developers. The goal of the newsletter is to update you on the latest SOA technologies, market studies, trainings & certifications and conferences. We publish the newsletter in English and some articles will be in Portuguese especially for the Brazilian marketing, thanks to Ricardo Puttini and his team. Contribution is open for everybody! We want to publish your content! Like case studies, best practice, technical examples and solutions and conferences. Feel free to submit your content to Marcello Marinho (Portuguese articles) & Jürgen Kress (for English articles)

     

    Enjoy reading the SOA Magazine Vwe are looking forward to get your feedback! Ricardo Puttini & Jürgen Kress

  • SOA Magazine edition V

    SOAMagazineCover5The SOA Magazine V editionfocuses on Cloud Computing. More precisely, it highlights Platform as a Service (PaaS). Oracle is in process to launch three new PaaS Cloud Services: Process Cloud Service (PCS), Integration Cloud Service (ICS), and Java Cloud Service (JCS). JCS is the underlying foundation and enables you to build, deploy and run Java Applications. With ICS, partners and customers can build integrations between Applications. For example, an integration between Eloqua marketing and Salesforce CRM including an on-premises SAP system. PCS is the platform to build and execute BPMN process in the Cloud. Oracle’s key unique selling point is that the same software is available as on PaaS as on-premises. For example, you can start building your process in PCS export your application and run it on Oracle BPM Suite on-premises in a private Cloud. This enables customers to start and try a service in PaaS and, if required, move it to a data center of their choice.

     

    The second major trend in IT besides Cloud Computing is Mobile. In this Magazine edition, Luca Jellema published an Tutorial to build a Flight application including mobile integration and application. This application is a great example for the complete Red Stack and we want to encourage your to make use of it! It includes all key components from the underlying WebLogic Server, SOA Suite and Service Bus for IT driven integration and BPM Suite for human based processes up to mobile integration with REST. With this application you will learn to utilize the stack and to gain productivity.

  • SOA Magazine edition VI

    SOA Magazine VI coverThe SOA Magazine VI edition focuses on a summary from Oracle OpenWorld 2015. The conference 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 year’s 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 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.

  • SOA Magazine edition VI

    SOA Magazine VI coverThe SOA Magazine VI edition focuses on a summary from Oracle OpenWorld 2015. The conference 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 year’s 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 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 first 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 availability of the same middleware products on-premises as services 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 tenancy 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’s hybrid solutions much easier from deploying the same Java application on a private WebLogic instance or on 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 from Outlook and Excel to cloud enabled applications. At the same time we will continue to see consulting companies 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. 

    This quarterly newsletter is for both customers and partners who are active in the SOA space. The content includes articles for IT decision makers, architects and developers. The goal of the newsletter is to update you on the latest SOA technologies, market studies, trainings & certifications and conferences. We publish the newsletter in English and some articles will be in Portuguese especially for the Brazilian marketing, thanks to Ricardo Puttini and his team. Contribution is open for everybody! We want to publish your content! Like case studies, best practice, technical examples and solutions and conferences. Feel free to submit your content to Marcello Marinho (Portuguese articles) & Jürgen Kress (for English articles)

    Enjoy reading the SOA Magazine VI we are looking forward to get your feedback! Ricardo Puttini & Jürgen Kress

  • ACM Methodology Kit

    ACMKitRelease: 8.2016
    Authors:  Jürgen Kress, Danilo Schmiedel, Ricardo Puttini

    As part of the book Best Practices for Knowledge Workers (digital edition) we published an Adaptive Case Management Methodology. The proposed ACM Methodology is based on the five phases, which covers typical software engineering disciplines: Business Modeling, Visualization, Analysis, Design and Implementation. New software artifact models for ACM user interfaces (ACM Workspace) and ACM solution analysis and design (ACM Canvas) are also among the contributions of this work. ACM design leverages the recently established Case Management Modeling Notation (CMMN v1.1). Templates of software artifacts, developed for each methodology phase, are also presented. These support a guided outcome and ensure projects progress and success.

    The methodology was developed over the past two years from work and analysis of actual ACM projects in different industries. In this dissertation, a Case Study is completely described and implemented, as a proof-of-concept for the proposed methodology.

     

    Templates and Resources (working versions) for ACM projects:

  • ACM Methodology Kit

    ACMKitRelease: 8.2016
    Authors:  Jürgen Kress, Danilo Schmiedel, Ricardo Puttini

    As part of the book Best Practices for Knowledge Workers (digital edition) we published an Adaptive Case Management Methodology. The proposed ACM Methodology is based on the five phases, which covers typical software engineering disciplines: Business Modeling, Visualization, Analysis, Design and Implementation. New software artifact models for ACM user interfaces (ACM Workspace) and ACM solution analysis and design (ACM Canvas) are also among the contributions of this work. ACM design leverages the recently established Case Management Modeling Notation (CMMN v1.1). Templates of software artifacts, developed for each methodology phase, are also presented. These support a guided outcome and ensure projects progress and success.

  • Best Practices for Knowledge Workers (digital edition)

    Best practices for knowlege workers book coverRelease: 7.2016
    Authors: Keith Swenson, Jürgen Kress, Danilo Schmiedel, Ricardo Puttini

    ACM Methodology: Best practices to design and implement solutions for knowledge workers
    BPM-based solutions have brought major advances to work organization and automation. However, given BPM’s strong basis on formal workflow definition, oftentimes BPM solutions are not well suited for work scenarios where a precise workflow cannot be strictly defined. Work in such scenarios is highly dependent on knowledge-based decisions about activities and outcomes, leading to multiple work paths and business rules that can become quite complex or even unfeasible to model and completely automate. In these cases, a different technology support approach is required. The focus is not to isolate and automate decisions and rules, but rather to deliver opportunistic information support to the knowledge worker to accomplish them. Adaptive Case Management (ACM) rises as a successful design pattern for this.

    Please visit the Future Strategies bookstore here.

  • Best Practices for Knowledge Workers (digital edition)

    Best practices for knowlege workers book coverRelease: 7.2016
    Authors: Keith Swenson, Jürgen Kress, Danilo Schmiedel, Ricardo Puttini

    ACM Methodology: Best practices to design and implement solutions for knowledge workers
    BPM-based solutions have brought major advances to work organization and automation. However, given BPM’s strong basis on formal workflow definition, oftentimes BPM solutions are not well suited for work scenarios where a precise workflow cannot be strictly defined. Work in such scenarios is highly dependent on knowledge-based decisions about activities and outcomes, leading to multiple work paths and business rules that can become quite complex or even unfeasible to model and completely automate. In these cases, a different technology support approach is required. The focus is not to isolate and automate decisions and rules, but rather to deliver opportunistic information support to the knowledge worker to accomplish them. Adaptive Case Management (ACM) rises as a successful design pattern for this.

    Please visit the Future Strategies bookstore here.

  • BPM Process Accelerators

    by Jürgen Kress published inSOA Magazine 2

    Speed Time-to-Value of Your BPM Implementations

    Reach process excellence faster with end-to-end implementations of common business processes. Ready to use and extensible, Oracle Process Accelerators leverage best practices and domain knowledge and are available for free.

  • Cloud Computing Definition & Architecture for Cloud Service Brokers

    by Jürgen Kress published inSOA Magazine III

    Juergen1Cloud Computing Hype Introduction

    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 Service Brokers – the integration story of Your Cloud

    CloudBrokerJKby Jürgen Kress published inSOA Magazine IV

    Content

    Cloud service broker definition

    Cloud service broker role & services

    Cloud service broker market opportunity

    Challenges cloud service broker

    Examining the cloud broker market opportunity & role of IP

    Cloud broker IaaS

     

    In the SOA Magazine III “Cloud Computing Definition & Architecture for Cloud Service Brokers” we introduced the cloud computing definition, concepts and the idea of Cloud Service Broker. In this article we discuss the Cloud Service Brokers in details including their roles, services, market opportunity and challenges.

     

    Cloud service broker definition

    The paper “Defining Cloud Services Brokerage: Taking Intermediation to the Next Level” written by Daryl C. Plummer, Benoit J. Lheureux, Frances Karamouzis and published by Gartner in October 2010, defines cloud services brokerage (CSB) as "A cloud services brokerage is a business model in which a company or other entity adds value to one or more (generally public or hybrid, but possibly private) cloud services on behalf of one or more consumers of those services." The authors do not define cloud brokers in categories like the NIST definition in 2011 (Service Intermediation & Service Aggregation & Service Arbitration). Instead the paper highlights the types of CSBs by backup & recovery, integration, customer development, governance or service marketplace. In recent papers Gartner follows the NIST cloud broker categories.

     

  • Fusion Middleware Partner Community Awards 2014

    by Jürgen Kress published inSOA Magazine 2

     

    Thanks for all the partners for the excellent contribution and on-going business! You are the key for the joint Fusion Middleware success. It becomes every year harder to choose the winners, due to all the excellent work and contributions.

    The awarded partners have proven cutting edge projects with the latest Oracle technology and most important their contribution to the community like blogs, newsletters, conferences, papers, twitter, Linkedin and their participation in the partner advisory councils.

    THANKS to the whole community and congratulation to the winners:

  • Jürgen Kress

    Kress 2015Jürgen Kress

    Oracle EMEA

    As a middleware expert Jürgen works at Oracle EMEA Alliances and Channels, responsible for Oracle’s EMEA fusion middleware partner business. He is the founder of the Oracle SOA & BPM and the WebLogic Partner Communities and the global Oracle Partner Advisory Councils. With more than 5000 members from all over the world the Middleware Partner Community is the most successful and active community at Oracle. Jürgen manages the community with monthly newsletters, webcasts and conferences. He hosts his annual Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forums and the Fusion Middleware Summer Camps, where more than 200 partners get product updates, roadmap insights and hands-on trainings. Supplemented by many web 2.0 tools like twitter, discussion forums, online communities, blogs and wikis. For the SOA & Cloud Symposium by Thomas Erl, Jürgen is a member of the steering board. He is also a frequent speaker at conferences like the SOA & BPM Integration Days, JAX, UKOUG, OUGN, or OOP.

     

    To contact Jürgen please visit:  Linkedin  Blog  Twitter

  • Jürgen Kress

    Kress 2015 business120As a middleware expert Jürgen works at Oracle EMEA Alliances and Channels, responsible for Oracle's EMEA fusion middleware partner business. He is the founder of the Oracle SOA & BPM and the WebLogic Partner Communities and the global Oracle Partner Advisory Councils. With more than 5000 members from all over the world the Middleware Partner Community is the most successful and active community at Oracle. Jürgen manages the community with monthly newsletters, webcasts and conferences. He hosts his annual Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forums and the Fusion Middleware Summer Camps, where more than 200 partners get product updates, roadmap insights and hands-on trainings. Supplemented by many web 2.0 tools like twitter, discussion forums, online communities, blogs and wikis. For the SOA & Cloud Symposium by Thomas Erl, Jürgen is a member of the steering board. He is also a frequent speaker at conferences like the SOA & BPM Integration Days, JAX, UKOUG, OUGN, or OOP

    Contact:   blogicon Blog  linkedin Linkedin twitter Twitter

    Contributions:

     

  • Oracle Case Management Solutions

    ACMBookLeonRelease: 10.2015
    Authors: Léon Smiers, Manas Deb, Joop Koster, Prasen Palvankar

    Organizations increasingly need to deal with unstructured processes that traditional business process management (BPM) suites are not designed to deal with. High-risk, yet high-value, loan origination or credit approvals, police investigations, and healthcare patient treatment are just a few examples of areas where a level of uncertainty makes outcome and execution of work flow non-deterministic.

    Case management is a way to govern and control these unstructured processes and non-deterministic outcomes. Oracle recently completed its BPM technology stack with broad case management functionality and is now able to deliver case management capabilities in a variety of flavors that combine packaged applications and middleware technology.

     please visit the CRC bookstore here.

     

     

  • Oracle SOA & BPM Community Newsletter April 2014

    soanewsApril2014SOA Partner Community NewsletterApril 2014

    Dear SOA & BPM Partner Community member,

    It is time to submit your paper for Oracle OpenWorld & Java One 2014 and for the Fusion Middleware  Innovation Award and Partner Award Regional and Global! As SOA Suite 12c will be launched in 2014 we are looking for customers who are interested in the early adapter program, for nomination please contact Yogesh Sontakke. The Industrial SOA Series concludes with an article on Cloud Computing and SOA.All 14 articles are available at the Oracle Technology Network. Thanks to Rajesh - a new SOA/BPM 11g 11.1.1.7.0 Virtual Machine appliance is available, a great way to test and start with middleware. If you are not yet Specialized in SOA Suite – this is your chance in April for Free SOA hands-on on-demand training and certification only for  EMEA partners. Thanks to Bob an new Video SOA Principlesand an article by Lonneke SOA’s People Problem are available at OTN. SOA Governance is key to successful SOA Projects. Complementary to the Oracle SOA Governance and API Management solution Link consulting developed EAMS - Oracle Enterprise Repository Edition for SOA Governance.

    In the IOT section of the newsletter you can learn more about the IoT Developer Challenge and IoT end-to-end demoand attend an IoTWebcast on April 24th.Thanks for sharing all the additional SOA articles within the community: Common SOA Problems, Dynamic endpoint binding, Cook a SOA/BPM Development Environment, Introduction to using the Enterprise Manager SOA/BPM Facade API, Consuming Async SOA in a WebService Proxy and Prevent Looping and Inefficient Rule Executions.At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) you can find tons of new material including: B2B Integration - Customer Presentation | Cheat Sheet, Cloud-to-On-Premise Integration - Customer Presentation | Cheat Sheet , API Management - Customer Presentation | Cheat Sheet, MobileSuiteIntroduction.mp4 and IoT Healthcare presentation.

    Highlight of the BPM and ACM section at the BPM best practice at our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) by David Read and Niall Commiskey. If you want to learn more about BPM Suite 11g visit the Online Learning Library with free BPM training for everybody partners, customers and freelancer!. Thanks to Capgemini our top BPM partner for the annual Capgemini Global Business Process Management Report and the interesting articles on Process Is The New App.BPM becomes key in  Financial Servicesand Healthcare. Watch the OTN WebCast why Adaptive Case Management (ACM) is the new trend in BPM! Thanks for sharing all the additional BPM articles within the community: BPM 11g and Human Workflow Shadow Rows, How to enable automatic startup recovery in  BPM 11g, BPM Workspace and Webforms customization and Manipulating Human Tasks (for testing).

    In our last section Architecture, Usability and AppAdvantage we published the Oracle Unified Method (OUM) 6. The User Experience was super busy making available content on Mobile strategy, Specialist role, Harvard, Raspberry PI and Wearable’s. Same the  AppAdvantage Team which published new Assets on: Webcast on-demand & solution brief & resource kit and customer case studies.

    Don’t forget at the end of the newsletter you'll find our latest training calendar and the top tweets of the month! Thanks to 5555+ twitter followers. Good luck with Your Oracle OpenWorld papers & awards! See you at Oracle OpenWorld 2014!

    Read the complete newsletter here. To become a SOA & BPM Partner Community member goto www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa

    Best regards Jürgen Kress

  • Oracle SOA & BPM Community Newsletter August 2014

    SOA Partner Community Newsletter August 2014

    DearsoanewsApril2014 SOA & BPM Partner Community member,

    Thanks to all Fusion Middleware Summer Camps 2014 attendees. If you couldn’t attend our trainings in Lisbon please make sure you attend one of our up-coming OFM 12c trainings. All trainings are published in our Community trainings calendar(SOA Community membership required). Additional we posted all OFM Summer Camp training material at our community workspaces:

    Feel free to use the documents to run both trainings for your internal consultants and your customers!

    Let’s rock SOA Suite 12c and BPM Suite 12c and see you at OOW in San Francisco.

     

    Read the complete newsletter here. To become a SOA & BPM Partner Community member goto www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa

    Best regards Jürgen Kress

  • Oracle SOA & BPM Community Newsletter December 2014

    soanewsApril2014SOA Partner Community NewsletterDecember 2014

    Dear SOA & BPM Partner Community member,

    Welcome to the last edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Newsletter in 2014. Before the years end please make sure that you register for the Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2015 as 50% of the seats are booked already!
    Our ACT on marketing campaign for Middleware Consolidation and Innovation is in full swing with more than 50 activities across Europe Middle East and Africa – thanks to all partners who participate! You can promote your marketing events at Oracle.com Website to make sure that the Oracle customers get visibility! For your daily customer meetings please get equipped with our middleware sales kits. Your customer wants to see SOA Suite 12c in action, make use of the Oracle hosted SOA 12.1.3 Demo System, including mobile integration!

    In the case you are working on a SOA Suite 12c implementation make sure you get support from our product management and A-Team. Want to know what is next in SOA Suite 12c watch the product strategy video.
    Oracle just launched API catalog, thanks to Niall, Robert, Luis and Andre for all the excellent articles, API article series, In-depth look into Oracle API Catalog (OAC) 12c, API Catalog 12c Full Overview and Governance made easy – Oracle API Catalog 12c.
    Also in our cloud section we have a brand new product with the RightNow Cloud Adapter. You can not only integrate SaaS solutions like Salesforce, we also offer on-premises adapters for solutions like e-Business Suite. Want to get a good overview of the Oracle cloud solutions watch the video Cloud Periodic Table: Chemistry of Cloud Computing.

    In the Service Bus section we published articles: Exposing a Pipeline as a REST Service, Caching in OSB 12c and XSLT and DVMs – Design. Thanks to the community for sharing all the articles: SOA Suite 12c Masterclass, Event Processing Industry value propositions, Upgrading Oracle SOA Suite from 11g to 12c, Customizing Oracle MFT with Java Overview, SOA Framework. And for all IoT experts IoT and JD Edwards and Sensor Networks with Java (Part I).
    In our BPM section Meera is asking the community to give feedback and future directions for BPM Suite features, please make sure that you complete the survey. Thanks to the Link Consulting team for the great introduction in starting a BPM Suite process model. To learn more about process modelling make sure you read the BPM Suite 12c Modeling Patterns book. Thanks to the community for sharing all the articles: Getting started with BPM Studio (JDeveloper) and Process Composer & Customized Workspace & BPM Authentication & Screenflows with BPM and ADF 12c & Creating Custom BPM Work List and Patch SOA/BPM VM to WebCenter 11.1.1.8.

    In our last section Architecture & AppAdvantage we published a new video about AppAdvantage Benefits for Partners. In the case you work on projects where you integrate Oracle Application make sure you attend our hand-on training "Multichannel enablement for Applications" during the OFM Forum 2014.

    You want to learn more and try hands-on all the new cool Fusion Middleware 12c solutions? Make sure you attend our Fusion Middleware EMEA Partner Community Forum 2015. With more than 55 registrations some of the hands-on workshops are almost full, don’t wait too long with Your registration!  Wish you all a happy holiday and a great start in 2015!

     

    Read the complete newsletter here. To become a SOA & BPM Partner Community member goto www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa

    Best regards Jürgen Kress

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