Oracle’s Fusion Strategy
Thomas Kurian
Senior Vice President
Oracle Server Technologies
Oracle Fusion Architecture
Customer Needs
• Business Needs
• Changing Market, Competitive, Customer Needs
• Technology Needs
• Flexibility and Speed
Adapt Business
Processes to
Market
Dynamics
Share
Information &
Collaborate
Productively
Build Modular,
Flexible
Business
...
Oracle Fusion ArchitectureUnified PortalUnified Portal
Business Process OrchestrationBusiness Process Orchestration
Proces...
Oracle’s Strategy
• Oracle Fusion Architecture
• Blueprint for SOA-based Enterprise Solutions
• Oracle Fusion Middleware
•...
Oracle Fusion Middleware
Oracle Fusion Middleware
Service-Oriented Architecture
Develop
Orchestrate
Deploy
Secure
Access
Integrate
Manage
Analyze
Optimize
Application Server Customers
Some Sample References
Source: Oracle.com
         
Design ApplicationsDesign Applications
Develop J2EE AppsDevelop J2EE Apps
Develop BusinessDevelop Business
ProcessesProces...
Development Framework
Development Framework
DeviceDevice
Render Kit
ControllerControllerViewView
Java Server
Faces
Java Server
Faces
ModelModel
...
Enterprise App Server
Application ServerApplication Server
J2EE 1.4J2EE 1.4
JJ
SS
PP
SS
EE
RR
VV
LL
EE
TT
EE
JJ
BB
JJ
NN
D...
Business Integration Customers
Some Sample References
Source: Oracle.com
Enterprise Service Bus
Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus
RoutingRouting QOSQOS TransformTransform RulesRules
WS...
Business Process Management - BPEL
Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus
RoutingRouting QOSQOS BPELBPEL CEPCEP Rule...
Business Process Management - BPEL
Business Activity Monitoring
Business Intelligence Customers
Some Sample References
Source: Oracle.com
Data Hubs – Operational Data
Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus
Siebel SAPe-Bus SuiteMicrosoft JD Edwards ISV Ap...
Data MiningData Mining
CorrelationCorrelation
FilteringFiltering
BAM
ESBESB
Bus. Intelligence
BI Portal
MSFT Excel
Discove...
Enterprise Portal Customers
Some Sample References
Source: Oracle.com
Collaborative Portal
JSR-168JSR-168
WSRPWSRP
Fusion MiddlewareFusion Middleware
JSR-170JSR-170
WebWeb
MobileMobile
Desktop...
Desktop Access
Fusion Middleware
Data
Apps
Analytics
Data Sources
Bus. Processes
Alerts &
Notifications
MSFT Outlook
MSFT ...
Grid Computing Customers
Some Sample References
Source: Oracle.com
CRMCRM
Fusion MWFusion MW
HRMSHRMS
Fusion MWFusion MW
FINANCEFINANCE
Fusion MWFusion MW
SCMSCM
Fusion MWFusion MW
Cluster ...
Grid High Availability
100% Rolling Upgrade100% Rolling Upgrade
Online OperationsOnline Operations
Backup & Recovery Mgr.B...
Identity Management Customers
Some Sample References
Source: Oracle.com
Identity Management
LDAP, Active DirectoryLDAP, Active Directory
ADF, Portal, BPELADF, Portal, BPEL
Fusion MiddlewareFusio...
Systems Management
Fusion Middleware
Activity Monitoring
Process MonitoringProcess Monitoring
Event CorrelationEvent Corre...
Services Management
WSIFWSIF
In-MemoryIn-Memory RESTREST JCAJCA MSFTMSFT WSDLWSDL
Enterprise Services BusEnterprise Servic...
Adapt Business
Processes to
Market
Dynamics
Share
Information &
Collaborate
Productively
Build Modular,
Flexible
Business
...
Oracle Fusion Middleware
COMPREHENSIVE
HOT PLUGGABLE
UNBREAKABLE
Best Middleware for Oracle DB
• Works with Any DBMS But ….
• No App Server is Better with Oracle RDBMS
• Best End to End C...
Integrate Open Source
MSFT.NET Interoperability
• Tight Interoperability
• Easy to Co-Exist
• Many Customers
Use Oracle Fusion
Middleware with
M...
Oracle Applications
P R O T E C T
E X T E N D
E V O L V E
Oracle Applications & Fusion Middleware
Oracle Applications & Fusion Middleware
• Fusion Middleware 10g
R2 Certified
• E-Business Suite 11i – Available Now
• PSFT...
vv
Oracle Applications
& Fusion Middleware Customers
Source: Oracle.com
Summary
Best Integrated Middleware Suite
• Application Platform Suite
• Development Tools
• Application Servers
• Web Services Platforms
• Enterprise Portals
• Bus...
Best of Breed Middleware Suite
“Oracle is the Leader”
“The Leading Composite App
Development and
Management Platform”
“We ...
Oracle’s Strategy
• Oracle Fusion Architecture
• Blueprint for SOA-Based Enterprise Solutions
• Oracle Fusion Middleware
•...
Get Started Today
• Build New Applications
• Tools, Application Server
• Web Enable Legacy Systems
• Tools, Application Se...
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  • This presentation provides an overview of the new features in Oracle Application Server and JDeveloper 10GR2. 10GR2 stands for Oracle Application Server and Internet Developer Suite release numbers 10.1.2 (10.1.2.0.0 and 10.1.2.0.1) and 10.1.3 together. The presentation is divided into three parts: first, we provide an overview of Oracle’s Application Server and JDeveloper strategy and the 10GR2 Release; next, we summarize some of the many quality assurance improvements that have been made in the 10GR2 Release; and finally, we summarize and highlight the key features in the release.
  • Applications Meet Business Needs
    Develop Modular, Configurable Business Applications
    Respond to Market Dynamics
    Design, Monitor, Optimize Flexible Business Processes
    Take Better Business Decisions
    Deliver Consolidated, Actionable Information in Real Time
    Share Information & Collaborate
    Connect People, Processes, Systems in Collaborative Workplaces
    Lower Cost of Ownership
    Deploy on Low Cost Hardware & Manage Across Lifecycle
  • Oracle JDeveloper 10G is a comprehensive development tool that provides facilities to build Service-Oriented and Event-Driven Applications using a common development tool set. Thjs tool has been evolved to provide what Gartner Group refers to as an ISSE – an Integrated environment that allows a developer to model and generate SOA; to write SOA in an IDE; or to use wizards to generate SOA.
  • Oracle Application Development Framework is a Model-View-Controller style (MVC-style) framework that is aimed at allowing developers to visually and declaratively develop sophisticated J2EE Applications that can run on Oracle’s Application Server and other Application Servers. ADF allows developers to select the choice of technology that they want to use in building applications while retaining a common framework. For instance:
    The View or Presentation layer can be built using Java Server Pages (JSP) or Java Server Faces (JSF).
    The Controller which is the component that receives events from the client, interprets them and invokes the appropriate business logic can be either 100% standard Struts or a Java Server Faces Controller.
    Finally, the Model or Business Logic can either be Java classes (or Plain Old Java Objects), Enterprise Java Beans, Web Services or other sources that are bound into the application through a standard data-binding layer.
    Metadata Services: A common set of metadata services (MDS) manages the metadata for the applications built using ADF allowing end-user customization to be made declaratively.
    Several major customers are now using ADF to build Enterprise J2EE Applications. POSCO Steel in Korea is one such customer. Oracle e-Business Suite Self-Service modules are all developed using ADF – when measured, ADF provided e-Business Suite developers between a 27-35% productivity improvement.
  • The Oracle Containers for J2EE has been enhanced in many important ways:
    J2EE 1.4 Compliance: The Container is fully certified to support J2EE 1.4 for production deployments including all the new features for Servlets, JSPs, and Enterprise Java Beans.
    JMS Improvements: There are several JMS improvements including the support of a JMS Bridge that allows Oracle JMS Providers to bridge to non-Oracle Messaging Systems including MQ-Series, TIBCO, MSMQ, SONIC and other JMS Providers. JMS also has been enhanced to support multiple transports to make it a more pluggable architecture. Finally, a new Java Job Scheduler has been introduced in 10GR2. This is derived from the standard EJB Timer Service but has a number of features to support batch and scheduled job execution. All of Oracle’s different JMS Providers are also now clusterable with the ability to replicate session state for failover across JMS providers in an OC4J cluster.
    Data Source Improvements: The data source layer of OC4J has also been re-architected with a new and cleaner architecture for emulated and non-emulated data sources and a faster, more efficient commit coordination mechanism with the data sources. Any data source – a JDBC source, a JCA source, an EJB, a Message Driven Bean, a JMS Provider, or a Web Service – can participate in a 2PC operation.
    Application Deployment: The Application Deployment model has changed to comply with industry standards supporting both JSR-77 & JSR-88 with a fast, incremental compilation upon deployment model. JSR-77/88 Deployment works for both single instance and cluster-wide deployment of Applications.
    Application Management: The Application Lifecycle Management model has changed to be based on industry standards – JMX. OC4J provides a 100% standards compliant JMX MBean Server. All system components of OC4J are monitored using JMX (eg. monitoring information from DMS is presented as MBeans); all configuration changes to OC4J are made via a JMX interface; any J2EE Application
  • In addition to performance improvements, Oracle Application Server 10GR2 also includes a number of scalability improvements. These scalability improvements are designed to use pools of low cost computers to run Enterprise Applications more efficiently by dynamically adjusting capacity to those workloads or applications that need them. This is carried out through a new components in Oracle Application Server called the Dynamic Resource Manager.
    The Dynamic Resource Manager consists of the following three components working together:
    Dynamic Monitoring Service: that monitors resource usage and performance of the Application Server and individual Applications. DMS statistics are placed in a workload repository against which an expert system runs to recommend a best-practice workload distribution policy.
    Oracle Enterprise Manager: that collects the information generated by DMS and also visualizes the different workload distribution policies including the Oracle recommended best-practice policy.
    OPMN and mod_OC4J: that work together to implement the chosen workload distribution policy and automatically manage to start up new Application Server instances or shut them down as required by individual applications; and route requests to them based on their resource consumption levels and the workload distribution policy.
    The Dynamic Resource Manager provides customers two important benefits:
    Less Administrative Overhead: It reduces the need for continual, complex and tedious performance tuning of systems by administrators.
    Less Cost: It also lowers cost by using capacity more efficiently.
  • A major enhancement in Oracle Application Server 10GR2 is the availability of a comprehensive range of High Availability technologies. No other Application Server vendor provides even a small fraction of the High Availability solutions that Oracle provides. Oracle offers a comprehensive range of solutions to reduce planned and unplanned downtime. These include:
    Zero Planned Downtime: Oracle Application Server 10GR2 provides a range of solutions to reduce the need to shut down OC4J for planned maintenance operations including deployment of applications; making configuration changes; or upgrading the system.
    Zero Unplanned Downtime: Oracle Application Server 10GR2 provides a range of solutions to reduce downtime from all kinds of failures. These include: (I) Automated Backup and Recovery tool to take backups of the Application Server and all its components; (ii) Application Server Flashback to correct administrative or human errors; (iii) Application Server Clusters to protect against software failures; (iv) Support for vendor clusterware and Oracle CRS (Cluster Ready Services) to protect against hardware failures; and (v) Oracle Application Server Guard to protect against site failures or for disaster recovery.
    With or without Oracle Database: These solutions can be used independently; they can also be used in concert with the corresponding High Availability technologies from the Oracle Database such as Real Application Clusters; Automatic Storage Management; Oracle Cluster Ready Services; Oracle Cluster File System; RMAN; and DataGuard. No other Application Server vendor can provide similar integration with the Oracle Database.
  • Applications Meet Business Needs
    Develop Modular, Configurable Business Applications
    Respond to Market Dynamics
    Design, Monitor, Optimize Flexible Business Processes
    Take Better Business Decisions
    Deliver Consolidated, Actionable Information in Real Time
    Share Information & Collaborate
    Connect People, Processes, Systems in Collaborative Workplaces
    Lower Cost of Ownership
    Deploy on Low Cost Hardware & Manage Across Lifecycle
  • Oracle Application Server 10GR2 also improves the way in which the Application Server works with the Oracle Database. Specifically: (i) Oracle Application Server works out-of-the-box with both Oracle and non-Oracle Database Servers – Informix, Sybase, MSFT, DB/2 and Oracle. (ii) No other Application Server works better with the Oracle Database than Oracle. A few examples of the kinds of benefits provided:
    High Availability: Oracle Application Server and Database provide a number of high availability features working together. The Application Server can be backed up to get a consistent point-in-time backup along with the Oracle Database using RMAN. The Application Server’s Disaster Recovery tool – Application Server Guard – can be synchronized with the Database’s DataGuard – to provide a consistent disaster recovery environment to protect against site outages. Oracle Application Server and Oracle Real Application Clusters work together in concert through a feature called Failover Notification (or FaN) to ensure that when a RAC node fails, the Application Server switches over the database connection quickly. No other Application Server and Database can together provide such rapid end-to-end recovery time from failures.
    Software Provisioning: Oracle Application Server and Database Server use a common set of technologies for software provisioning; installation and configuration; patching and software cloning. This lowers total cost of ownership.
    Systems Management: Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control, Oracle Application Server and Database work together to enable users to pin point performance problems more accurately through a feature called Application Service Level Monitoring (ASLM). This allows administrators to measure total response time for an application and trace it to determine whether the bottleneck is in the database, application server or web server. Similarly, Oracle Enterprise Manager can also monitor a distributed topology consisting of database nodes and Application Server nodes.
    These features and the many others listed above all ensure that if you are an Oracle Database customer, no other Application Server provides the same benefits as Oracle Application Server.
  • Fusion - iBank.uk.com 07474222079

    1. 1. Oracle’s Fusion Strategy Thomas Kurian Senior Vice President Oracle Server Technologies
    2. 2. Oracle Fusion Architecture
    3. 3. Customer Needs • Business Needs • Changing Market, Competitive, Customer Needs • Technology Needs • Flexibility and Speed
    4. 4. Adapt Business Processes to Market Dynamics Share Information & Collaborate Productively Build Modular, Flexible Business Applications Take Decisions with Better Quality Information Lower Cost, Better Ownership Experience Secure Information & Applications for Compliance Technology Requirements Consolidate Information to Unified Data Model
    5. 5. Oracle Fusion ArchitectureUnified PortalUnified Portal Business Process OrchestrationBusiness Process Orchestration Process models BPEL engineProcess models BPEL engine Fusion Service BusFusion Service Bus Multi-protocol routingMulti-protocol routing Message transformationMessage transformation Services and Event MediationServices and Event Mediation Grid ComputingGrid Computing ActivityActivity MonitoringMonitoring Fusion Service RegistryFusion Service Registry Application Integration ServicesApplication Integration Services Process Integration ServicesProcess Integration Services Data and Metadata ServicesData and Metadata Services BusinessBusiness IntelligenceIntelligence Oracle AppsOracle Apps Custom AppsCustom Apps ISV AppsISV Apps Clustering Security Provisioning Configuration Data Management Directories Identity Management Web Cache  Model driven  Service & Event enabled  Standards-based  Information Centric  Grid Ready
    6. 6. Oracle’s Strategy • Oracle Fusion Architecture • Blueprint for SOA-based Enterprise Solutions • Oracle Fusion Middleware • Technology Infrastructure for Fusion Architecture • Oracle Business Applications • Protect, Extend, Evolve through Fusion Architecture • Customer Benefits • Technology enables Flexibility & Speed
    7. 7. Oracle Fusion Middleware
    8. 8. Oracle Fusion Middleware
    9. 9. Service-Oriented Architecture Develop Orchestrate Deploy Secure Access Integrate Manage Analyze Optimize
    10. 10. Application Server Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com          
    11. 11. Design ApplicationsDesign Applications Develop J2EE AppsDevelop J2EE Apps Develop BusinessDevelop Business ProcessesProcesses Deploy & ManageDeploy & Manage Develop DBMS SchemasDevelop DBMS Schemas Profile, Debug, OptimizeProfile, Debug, Optimize Development Tools
    12. 12. Development Framework
    13. 13. Development Framework DeviceDevice Render Kit ControllerControllerViewView Java Server Faces Java Server Faces ModelModel Business Components
    14. 14. Enterprise App Server Application ServerApplication Server J2EE 1.4J2EE 1.4 JJ SS PP SS EE RR VV LL EE TT EE JJ BB JJ NN DD II JJ MM SS JJ CC AA JJ TT AA JJ MM XX SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, WS-ISOAP, WSDL, UDDI, WS-I Interoperability Transactionality WSWS -- RR MM // WSWS -- RXRX WSWS -- C/C/ WSWS -- TT WSWS -- II FF WSWS -- SS EE CC WSWS -- EE VV EE NN TT WSWS -- PP OO LL II CC YY WSWS -- AA DD DD RR WSWS -- CC TT XX TT WSWS -- TT RR UU SS TT WSWS -- SECSEC CC OO NN VV
    15. 15. Business Integration Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
    16. 16. Enterprise Service Bus Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus RoutingRouting QOSQOS TransformTransform RulesRules WSDLWSDL JCAJCA RESTREST WSIFWSIF
    17. 17. Business Process Management - BPEL Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus RoutingRouting QOSQOS BPELBPEL CEPCEP RulesRulesWorkflowWorkflow DesignDesign OptimizeOptimize MonitorMonitor WSDLWSDL JCAJCA RESTREST WSIFWSIF
    18. 18. Business Process Management - BPEL
    19. 19. Business Activity Monitoring
    20. 20. Business Intelligence Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
    21. 21. Data Hubs – Operational Data Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus Siebel SAPe-Bus SuiteMicrosoft JD Edwards ISV Apps
    22. 22. Data MiningData Mining CorrelationCorrelation FilteringFiltering BAM ESBESB Bus. Intelligence BI Portal MSFT Excel Discoverer ETLETL ESBESB OLTPOLTP DWDW HubsHubs Bus.Bus. EventsEvents BAM ReportingReporting Relational DSSRelational DSS OLAPOLAP Business Intelligence – BI & BAM
    23. 23. Enterprise Portal Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
    24. 24. Collaborative Portal JSR-168JSR-168 WSRPWSRP Fusion MiddlewareFusion Middleware JSR-170JSR-170 WebWeb MobileMobile DesktopDesktop Content StoresContent Stores Service CatalogService Catalog Apps & Web SitesApps & Web Sites Bus. ProcessBus. Process BI & BAMBI & BAM Virtual Content RepositoryVirtual Content Repository Service Assembly Fwk.Service Assembly Fwk. Portlet FrameworkPortlet Framework Collaboration ServicesCollaboration Services Process Mgmt. ServicesProcess Mgmt. Services Presence & PersonalizationPresence & Personalization
    25. 25. Desktop Access Fusion Middleware Data Apps Analytics Data Sources Bus. Processes Alerts & Notifications MSFT Outlook MSFT InfoPath MSFT Word MSFT Excel
    26. 26. Grid Computing Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
    27. 27. CRMCRM Fusion MWFusion MW HRMSHRMS Fusion MWFusion MW FINANCEFINANCE Fusion MWFusion MW SCMSCM Fusion MWFusion MW Cluster ServicesCluster Services Enterprise Manager 80%80% 100%100% 20%20% 80%80% Dynamic Resource Management Topology Mgr. Image & Node Mgr. IP, Ports, Prcs Mgr. Resource Mgr. Grid Plug N’ Play CSCS CSCS CSCS CSCS Grid Scalability
    28. 28. Grid High Availability 100% Rolling Upgrade100% Rolling Upgrade Online OperationsOnline Operations Backup & Recovery Mgr.Backup & Recovery Mgr. App Server FlashbackApp Server Flashback App Server ClustersApp Server Clusters Clusterware SupportClusterware Support App Server GuardApp Server Guard Hot DeploymentHot Deployment PlannedPlanned DowntimeDowntime UnplannedUnplanned DowntimeDowntime GRIDGRID HAHA Deploy AppsDeploy Apps ReconfigureReconfigure UpgradeUpgrade BackupsBackups HumanHuman ErrorError SW FailureSW Failure HW FailureHW Failure DisasterDisaster RecoveryRecovery
    29. 29. Identity Management Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
    30. 30. Identity Management LDAP, Active DirectoryLDAP, Active Directory ADF, Portal, BPELADF, Portal, BPEL Fusion MiddlewareFusion Middleware JAASJAAS WS-SecWS-Sec J2EE SecurityJ2EE Security PKI InfrastructurePKI Infrastructure Identity ProvisioningIdentity Provisioning Identity Mgmt. & DelegationIdentity Mgmt. & Delegation Policy ManagementPolicy Management Identity FederationIdentity Federation Audit & ComplianceAudit & Compliance Access ManagementAccess Management Oracle DBMSOracle DBMS
    31. 31. Systems Management Fusion Middleware Activity Monitoring Process MonitoringProcess Monitoring Event CorrelationEvent Correlation Enterprise Manager End User Monitoring Service Level MonitoringService Level Monitoring Resource MonitoringResource Monitoring BAM Enterprise Mgr Apps Business Process Business & System Events Hosts Correlation
    32. 32. Services Management WSIFWSIF In-MemoryIn-Memory RESTREST JCAJCA MSFTMSFT WSDLWSDL Enterprise Services BusEnterprise Services Bus Service Auditing SLA MonitoringSLA Monitoring Security ManagementSecurity Management Event Management Policy ManagementPolicy Management Web Services Manager
    33. 33. Adapt Business Processes to Market Dynamics Share Information & Collaborate Productively Build Modular, Flexible Business Applications Take Decisions with Better Quality Information Lower Cost, Better Ownership Experience Secure Information & Applications for Compliance Technology Requirements Consolidate Information to Unified Data Model
    34. 34. Oracle Fusion Middleware COMPREHENSIVE HOT PLUGGABLE UNBREAKABLE
    35. 35. Best Middleware for Oracle DB • Works with Any DBMS But …. • No App Server is Better with Oracle RDBMS • Best End to End Clustering • Comprehensive RAC Integration • Best End to End High Availability • Integrated Back-Up & Disaster Recovery • Best End to End Security • Enterprise User Security, Proxy Authentication • Best End to End Monitoring • Integrated Transaction Tracing • Best End to End Management • Automated Cloning, Patching, Maintenance
    36. 36. Integrate Open Source
    37. 37. MSFT.NET Interoperability • Tight Interoperability • Easy to Co-Exist • Many Customers Use Oracle Fusion Middleware with MSFT.NET MSFT Office 2003MSFT Office 2003 MSFT VS.NET & IndigoMSFT VS.NET & Indigo MSFT Active DirectoryMSFT Active Directory MSFT IIS & NLBMSFT IIS & NLB MSFT Native AuthenticationMSFT Native Authentication MSFT Cluster ServicesMSFT Cluster Services MTS, MSMQ, SQL-ServerMTS, MSMQ, SQL-Server MSFT Biztalk ServerMSFT Biztalk Server
    38. 38. Oracle Applications
    39. 39. P R O T E C T E X T E N D E V O L V E Oracle Applications & Fusion Middleware
    40. 40. Oracle Applications & Fusion Middleware • Fusion Middleware 10g R2 Certified • E-Business Suite 11i – Available Now • PSFT 8.4.7, JDE 8.95, Retek – Q4 CY 2005 • Key Capabilities • Unified Interface Registry & Service Bus • Packaged Composite Applications • Packaged Analytics with ETL & BI Tools • Packaged BAM Operational Dashboards • Unified Enterprise Portal across Apps • Unified User Provisioning & Single Sign-On • Unified Service Level & Policy Mgmt.
    41. 41. vv Oracle Applications & Fusion Middleware Customers Source: Oracle.com
    42. 42. Summary
    43. 43. Best Integrated Middleware Suite
    44. 44. • Application Platform Suite • Development Tools • Application Servers • Web Services Platforms • Enterprise Portals • Business Integration • Identity Management • Web Services Management • ETL Data Integration LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER Best of Breed Middleware Suite
    45. 45. Best of Breed Middleware Suite “Oracle is the Leader” “The Leading Composite App Development and Management Platform” “We are Surprised by (the High) Degree of Integration between Components” “Oracle Scored High Score on All Criteria” Source: Forrester Research (April 2005)
    46. 46. Oracle’s Strategy • Oracle Fusion Architecture • Blueprint for SOA-Based Enterprise Solutions • Oracle Fusion Middleware • Technology Infrastructure for Fusion Architecture • Oracle Business Applications • Integrate, Extend, Evolve through Fusion Architecture • Customer Benefits • Technology Enables Flexibility & Speed
    47. 47. Get Started Today • Build New Applications • Tools, Application Server • Web Enable Legacy Systems • Tools, Application Server, Integration • Automate Manual Business Process • ESB, BPEL, BAM • Actionable Business Intelligence • Data Hubs, BI, BAM • Share Information & Collaborate • Portal, Collaboration Services • Improve Security & Compliance • Identity Management
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