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  • Distinction between configuration , personalization , and extensibility . Configuration provides setup and administrative choices using the native features of the product. Some configuration examples include: Profile Options, User-defined fields (Flexfield) Function Security Setup, Data Security Setup Personalization enables you to declaratively tailor the UI look-and-feel, layout or visibility of page content to suit a business need or a user preference. Some personalization examples include: Tailor the order in which table columns are displayed Tailor a query result. Tailor the color scheme of the UI Folder Forms Forms Personalization Oracle Application Framework (OAF) Extensibility is about extending the functionality of an application beyond what can be done through personalization. Some extensibility examples include: Add new functional flows Extend or override existing business logic Using Oracle Forms Developer, Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Workflow
  • Oracle Application Integration Architecture helps customers move beyond point to point, web services integrations and establish a more strategic architecture; one that starts with the business process, is built on a robust architecture, and includes the methodology and technology to manage and maintain SOA-enabled applications over time, with less cost, complexity and risk. With Oracle Application Integration Architecture, the benefits are: You/IT can get more value out of the applications you have by combining business functions across multiple apps to create flexible composite business processes that meet the specific needs of the business. This means lower costs for your IT department. You/IT can adapt and change these business processes without impacting the underlying applications, allowing you to respond more quickly to changing business drivers. This is key, businesses need IT to be able to offer rapid change to processes, this is not possible with hard coded integration And you/IT can protect the value of your integrations through AIA’s extension framework that preserves the integrity of your business processes as you upgrade or change applications.
  • AIA processes, objects, services and methodology will be leveraged in Oracle Fusion Applications. That means customers can address their integration needs today through AIA and incrementally prepare for the next generation of applications when the time is right. Our open standards based technology means your investment in AIA today will continue to hold and retain value after your move to Fusion.
  • Oracle E-Business Suite provides a robust business events system (BES) as well as a comprehensive list of Web services for both inbound and outbound communication, providing a solid basis for extending and integrating applications. Web Service Provider Expose Integration Points as Web Services to Enable SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Browse integration repository Deploy Service Beans as web services
  • This is just to say, that you may already have DBI and you can continue using it. But if your want extra value (extending etc…) then think about BI Apps which is the next slides.
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  • Duplicate customer mgmt. High error rates (order quality, fullfillment exceptions) Revenue recognition anomalies (SOX)
  • Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC), is an option on the award winning Oracle Database 10 g Enterprise Edition. Oracle RAC supports the deployment of a single database across a cluster of servers—providing unbeatable fault tolerance and scalability with no application changes needed. Analysts are taking note of RAC's growing importance in a wide range of customer deployments. BENEFITS 24/7 availability—Provide continuous uptime for database applications On-demand scalability—Expand capacity by simply adding servers to your cluster Lower computing costs—Use low-cost commodity hardware and reduce cost of downtime World record performance—Runs faster than the fastest mainframe
  • What is also important is to setup clear objectives
  • Oracle Fusion Application

    1. 1. <Insert Picture Here>E-Business Suite Customers: 10 Things You Can Do Today toPrepare for Oracle Fusion ApplicationsJason OglesbyApplied Technology ConsultantOracle Corporation
    2. 2. The following is intended to outline our generalproduct direction. It is intended for informationpurposes only, and may not be incorporated into anycontract. It is not a commitment to deliver anymaterial, code, or functionality, and should not berelied upon in making purchasing decisions.The development, release, and timing of anyfeatures or functionality described for Oracle’sproducts remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.
    3. 3. Oracle Applications Strategy – OverviewOur Commitment to You… PROTECT EXTEND EVOLVE PROTE CT EXTEN VE D OL EV
    4. 4. 10 Things You Can Do Today to Preparefor Oracle Fusion Applications Best Practices & Proactive Planning1 Move to the Latest Applications Releases2 Prepare a Roadmap to Evolve to Oracle Fusion Applications3 Inventory your Enterprise Assets Leverage the Next Generation Technology Today Extend the Value of Oracle Applications Unlimited4 Rethink your “Customization” Strategy5 Consolidate your Master Data6 Embrace SOA-Based Integration7 Extend your Business Intelligence Applications Portfolio8 Adopt Enterprise Reporting & Publishing9 Secure your Global Enterprise10 Centralize your Applications Lifecycle Management
    5. 5. Path to Oracle Fusion ApplicationsOur Commitment to You… 11.5.10, 128.8, 8.9, 9.0 8.11, 8.12A7.3, A8.1, A9.1 8.0
    6. 6. Prepare a Roadmap to Evolve Evaluate your Strategic Business and IT Drivers
    7. 7. Prepare a Roadmap to Evolve Best Practices• Upgrade when business/IT objectives are fulfilled• Think about what may be your first pilot area for Fusion • Geography • Business Unit • Functional silo • Business flow, etc…
    8. 8. Inventory your Enterprise Assets Source: Gartner ITxpo, May 2007, Barcelona, “Enterprise Platform Migration: The Great IT Planning Challenge” by Andy Kyte, VP, Gartner• Information• Processes• Applications• Projects
    9. 9. Inventory your Enterprise Assets• Your Customizations • Types: • Reports • Screens (User Interfaces – UI) • Integrations, Interfaces & processes • What are they? For what functional gap? • For Integrations, what are their usage characteristics? • Volume, business criticality and frequency • Sync or async, hub-&-spoke or point-to-point • What technology: how were they built?• Your Critical Data • Who owns the critical data: • customers, products, suppliers etc… • Where it is used? • How clean is your data?
    10. 10. Rethink your “Customization” Strategy Oracle Principles • Changes the order in which table columns are• Profile Options displayed• User-defined • Tailor a query result fields (Flexfield) • Change the color• Function Security scheme of the UI Setup • Add attributes on the• Data Security display Setup • Folder Forms • Forms Personalization • Oracle Application Framework (OAF) Personalization • Add new functional flows • Extend or override existing business logic
    11. 11. Rethink your “Extension” Strategy Engineer For The Future• Extending the functionality (composite applications)• Self-Service functionality • Larger user population• Empowering information workers through advanced user interfaces • Ajax-style UI to enable “autosuggest” capability • Expose flows, cross apps, through a single UI • Business users dashboards, real-time gauges of transactional systems and business processes Learn how to leverage Oracle Fusion Architecture today at http://www.oracle.com/fusion
    12. 12. Consolidate your Master DataBenefits for Today and Beyond• Delivering value TODAY • “Cleaner" data for transaction processing and reporting/BI • Within and outside Oracles Applications • Enhance ability to comply with regulation and compliance requirements• Helping on the roadmap to Fusion • Enterprise-wide data repository • Clean data now before Fusion upgrade • Instance consolidation tool
    13. 13. Embrace SOA-Based Integration Customer’s SOA Roadmap with Oracle• Consider pre-built SOA - Customers’ priorities: • Performance Siebel E-Business PeopleSoft JD Edwards MDM ISV 3rd CRM Suite Enterprise EnterpriseOne Party • Scalability • Availability • Security• Build your SOA - Customers’ priorities: • Modify business processes • Introduce new capabilities • Extend business service portfolio
    14. 14. Embrace SOA-Based Integration1 - Consider the Pre-Built SOA
    15. 15. Embrace SOA-Based Integration 1 - Consider the Pre-Built SOA - Oracle AIA Turns rigid IT systems into flexible, integrated environments that can adapt and scale to business needs Key Benefits Front Office Applications • Leverages your existing CRM Custom Hosted applications to deliver greatereStore Portals Self Service Other business impact • Improve IT’s ability to adapt toERP Supply Chain Partners & Suppliers Custom and respond to changing business requirements Service Legacy Analytics Providers Back Office Applications • Protect your investments from upgrades and changes
    16. 16. Embrace SOA-Based Integration 1 - Consider the Pre-Built SOA - Oracle AIA Yes, It is Fusion-Ready… Pre-built SOA + AIA Front Office Applications Infrastructure delivers IT enabled agility Siebel CRM Create Check Price Capture Ensures interoperability with Opportunit y & Availability Order Billing Step N existing Oracle applications Application Independent Web Services “Get Account Balance” “Update Account Balance…” Provides a phased migration strategy to Fusion FUSION Oracle E-Business Suite Order Management Replace with FUSION Order Back Office Applications Management when ready
    17. 17. Embrace SOA-Based Integration2 – Build your SOA• Oracle Integration Repository • Compilation of information about the numerous service endpoints exposed by the Oracle E-Business Suite of applications. • Provides a complete catalog of Oracle E-Business Suites business service interfaces • Hosted for 11.5.10 --> http://irep.oracle.com/ • Shipped with R12• E-Business Suite Adapter • Part of Oracle FMW 10.1.3 • Provides, bidirectional, multimodal, synchronous, and asynchronous connectivity • Exposes E-Business Suite Integration Interfaces as Web Services • Interfaces with iRep to expose only recommended public integration interfaces
    18. 18. Embrace SOA-Based Integration 2 – Build your SOA – Bottom-Up SOA Design Supporting SOA with Applications Unlimited JD Oracle PeopleSoft Siebel EdwardsEnterprise Business 150 200 172 100Services (out of box) (OAG)Enterprise Service 225 2000 1565 330OperationsEnterprise Business 1500 106 1152 250EventsModeled Business 450 769 500 700Process SupportServices Repository YES YES YES YESAvailable (IREP) (ISR) (SR) (ISR)
    19. 19. Embrace SOA-Based Integration2 – Build your SOA – Top-Down SOA Design
    20. 20. Embrace SOA-Based Integration 2 – Build your Own SOA - Oracle SOA Platform• Connect & Route • Oracle ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) • http://www.oracle.com/appserver/esb.html• Orchestrate & Transform • Oracle BPEL PM • http://www.oracle.com/appserver/bpel_home.html• Monitor & Optimize • Oracle BAM (Business Activity Monitoring) • http://www.oracle.com/appserver/business-activity-monitoring.html• SOA Governance • WebService Manager and Enterprise Manager • http://www.oracle.com/tools/jdev_home.html• Oracle Data Integrator (for bulk data transfer/copy) • http://www.oracle.com/applications/oracle-data-integrator-technical-overview-white-paper.pdf
    21. 21. Oracle Daily Business Intelligence (DBI) Dashboards Within E-Business Suite• Role Based Dashboards• Leverages EBS Infrastructure and Materialized Views• No Data Movement Required• Drill Directly to Transactions from Summaries• Implements in Days• Fastest Path to Information from EBS• Part of EBS “Rapid Install”• No Training Required
    22. 22. Extend your Business Intelligence PortfolioOracle Analytic Applications Built on OBI EE Daily Business Intelligence Enterprise Performance Management Oracle Analytic Enterprise Performance Applications Management Certified Today: 2. E-Business Suite 3. PeopleSoft Enterprise Siebel Analytics 4. Siebel Fusion Applications
    23. 23. Extend your Business Intelligence ApplicationsAdopt Enterprise Analytics Strategy with Oracle BI Define Analyze Report Consistent Multi-Source Intelligence • Enterprise Semantic Model BI EE Analytic Server • Multi-Source Data Warehouse Model • Pre-Packaged Dashboards • Pre-Packaged ETL Maps CRM SCM Financials
    24. 24. Adopt Enterprise Reporting & Publishing With Oracle BI PublisherTraditional Reporting Oracle BI PublisherHigh development cost FlexibilityHigh customization cost Reduced maintenanceDifficult upgrade
    25. 25. Secure your Global EnterpriseE-Business Suite Security Data Model User Users Responsibilities Report Security Responsibilities Groups Menus Menu Entries Functions Forms
    26. 26. Secure your Global EnterpriseTypical ScenarioReset Pwd Pwd 3 Pwd 1 Pwd 2 Business HR System Email System Applications (Oracle HCM) manual manual manual entry entry entry IT IS Admin Admin Approving Approving helpdesk ticket Manager Manager HR Admin helpdesk ticket Facilities Manager email
    27. 27. Secure your Global EnterpriseRecommendation for Compliance & Risk Mgmt. Business HR System Email System Applications (Oracle HCM) HRAdmin Facilities Manager
    28. 28. Secure your Global EnterpriseOracle Identity Management Access Identity Directory Control Administration Services Identity Lifecycle Authentication & Administration Authorization Virtualization Role & Membership Single Sign-On Administration Synchronization Federation Provisioning & Reconciliation StorageWeb Services Security Compliance Automation Audit & Compliance Audit Data Attestation Segregation of Duties Controls Management Service Levels Configuration Performance Automation
    29. 29. Secure your Global EnterpriseOracle Identity Management Access Identity Directory Control Administration Services Oracle Access Manager Oracle Enterprise Oracle Virtual Directory Single Sign-On Oracle Identity Manager Oracle Internet DirectoryOracle Identity Federation (with Directory Integration Platform) Oracle Web Services Manager Audit & Compliance Oracle Identity & Access Management Suite Management Oracle Enterprise Manager for Identity Management
    30. 30. Centralize your Applications ManagementOracle Enterprise Manager Certified Today: 2. Oracle E-Business Suite 3. PeopleSoft Enterprise 4. Siebel Planned: 6. JD Edwards EnterpriseOneFusion Applications
    31. 31. Centralize your Applications ManagementApplication Management Packs Packaged Custom Application Applications Applications Services Common Capabilities• Discovery and topology views • Application monitoring• Service-level management • Dashboards and reports• Out-of-the-box service models • Configuration management• Out-of-the-box transactions • Transaction tracing• System component monitoring • Root cause analysis and impact * Planned
    32. 32. 10 Things You Can Do Today to Preparefor Oracle Fusion Applications Best Practices & Proactive Planning1 Move to the Latest Applications Releases2 Prepare a Roadmap to Evolve to Oracle Fusion Applications3 Inventory your Enterprise Assets Leverage the Next Generation Technology Today Extend the Value of Oracle Applications Unlimited4 Rethink your “Customization” Strategy5 Consolidate your Master Data6 Embrace SOA-Based Integration7 Extend your Business Intelligence Applications Portfolio8 Adopt Enterprise Reporting & Publishing9 Secure your Global Enterprise10 Centralize your Applications Lifecycle Management
    33. 33. <Insert Picture Here>Consider Grid Computing Leverage the Next Generation Technology Today
    34. 34. Adopt Grid Infrastructure Real Application Clusters Maximize Quality of Service and Better Asset Utilisation• Resource pooling & sharing • Applications • Information • Servers • Storage Database• Low-cost modular hardware• Incremental scaling• Self monitoring & self managing• Secure• Highly Available Storage
    35. 35. Key Message to Take Away Leverage Next Generation Technology Today• Short-Term (within the next year) • Low risk, “Get your feet wet” projects • Focus on tactical projects and quick wins • Examples: 1) BI Publisher 2) Enterprise Manager with Applications Packs • Build your skill set • SOA Platform, OBI EE, Oracle Identity Management, JDeveloper and ADF• Medium-Term (one to 4 years) • Higher impact projects • Examples: 1) Standardize your BI solutions with OBI EE 2) Embrace SOA-based Integration, AIA 3) Externalize your Applications Security• Long-Term (four or more years out)
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