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  • 1. <Insert Picture Here> Next Generation Business Process Management – With SOA Foundation Devesh Sharma, BPM Product Management Director Trevor Naidoo, Managing Director BPM, IDS Scheer Vishal Saxena, Development Manager
  • 2. The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remain at the sole discretion of Oracle.
  • 3. Agenda 1 Need for Business Process Management 2 Business Process Management Lifecycle 3 Evolution of BPM Software 4 Oracle BPM Solution and Offering 5 Product Demonstration 6 Key Takeaways
  • 4. Key BPM Business Drivers – Process Focus and Technology Advances Converge! • Increased Focus on Business Processes • Process improvement projects driven by LOB/Process Owners. Initiatives such as Six Sigma and Re-engineering. • Driven by new business models and competition • Regulatory Compliance Needs • Emerging IT Trends • Service Oriented Architectures • Composite Applications • Standards – Web Services, BPEL, BPMN, XML • Increased Pressure to do More with Less • Tight collaboration and alignment among business and IT • ROI and Business Value from IT investments
  • 5. Typical BPM Scenarios Scenario Examples Automating activities traditionally Letter of Credit Processing in a Bank performed by humans Insurance Claims Processing Sales Quote Processing and Management Creating process-centric composite Distributed Order fulfillment applications FSI Account Origination Employee On Boarding Automating and integrating business Order to Cash processes that span multiple silo Procure to Pay application systems and business Service Request to Resolve partners In all scenarios both System and Human Interactions Interleave
  • 6. Agenda 1 Need for Business Process Management 2 Business Process Management Lifecycle 3 Evolution of BPM Software 4 Oracle BPM Solution and Offering 5 Product Demonstration 6 Key Takeaways
  • 7. BPM Lifecycle & Stakeholders Business Process Business Analysis (BPA) Business Analyst Process Model Monitoring Process Architect/ Optimize Simulate LOB Process Business Engineer BPM Owner Lifecycle BPM Monitor Implement Business Deploy Developer End User Execute Business Process Execution (BPE) Process Administrator
  • 8. Agenda 1 Need for Business Process Management 2 Business Process Management Lifecycle 3 Evolution of BPM Software 4 Oracle BPM Solution and Offering 5 Product Demonstration 6 Key Takeaways
  • 9. Evolution of BPM Software SOA as an Enabler SOA as an Enabler Better Business and Better Business and IT Collaboration IT Collaboration Unification of Unification of Primarily Workflow Process, Rules and Process, Rules and Ubiquitous Primarily Workflow Analytics Ubiquitous Tools with focus on Tools with focus on Analytics Standards Support Standards Support -Document Management & -Document Management & Imaging Imaging -Human to human interactions Unification of Human Unification of Human Process Centric Process Centric -Human to human interactions Workflow and Workflow and Composite Apps Composite Apps System Automation System Automation Many different Tools Many different Tools with Poor Integration with Poor Integration Business User Business User Some Standards Some Standards Empowerment Empowerment Lack of Standards Lack of Standards
  • 10. SOA as BPM Enabler BPM provides a great BPM provides a great abstraction for building abstraction for building Front end Applications business systems business systems Biz Processes SOA provides the SOA provides the / Workflows platform that bridges platform that bridges Business Services (“Composite”) the business processes the business processes and operational and operational Service resources resources Orchestration Implementation Services BPM optimizes the use BPM optimizes the use of SOA across core of SOA across core Applications business processes business processes Packaged/Legacy that impact business that impact business /Custom objectives objectives
  • 11. Agenda 1 Need for Business Process Management 2 Business Process Management Lifecycle 3 Evolution of BPM Software 4 Oracle BPM Solution and Offering 5 Product Demonstration 6 Key Takeaways
  • 12. Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • 13. Oracle BPM Solution Business User Interface Oracle BPA Business Activity Monitoring Portal & Collaboration Suite (Biz Analyst Tools & Frameworks) Business Human Alerts/ Process Rules Workflow Notifications System Jdeveloper (Developer Monitoring Studio & ADF) Oracle BPEL Process Manager Service Modular and Extensible Enterprise Service Bus Security Registry 300+ Web B2B Java .NET Data Hubs Application Services Adapters
  • 14. “Hot-Pluggable” by Design Deployment Flexibility BAM Monitoring & Action Oracle BPM ILog JRules JDev Eclipse Corticon Native Workflow Rules Oracle Biz Rules BPEL BPA Suite Process Oracle Directory Provision Modeling Active Directory TeleLogic Popkin LDAP Enterprise Service Bus UDDI Oracle AQ Adapters Routing Registry Tibco MQ Series Any Application Server (Oracle, WebLogic, WebSphere, JBoss)
  • 15. Oracle BPA Suite – Powered by ARIS Business Process Architect Business Process Simulator Integration with SOA, BPEL PM Business Process Publisher
  • 16. Business and Technical Model Integration Strategy (BPA and SOA) Process Monitoring Real-time Real-time and process metrics process metrics data data Management Oracle BAM Packaged Apps Custom ESB Integration ESB/ /Integration Apps Framework Framework BPEL BPEL Conceptual Logical and WebService Process Process /EJB & Abstract Physical Engine Engine Process Process Biz Human Workflow HumanWorkflow Partners Models Models Framework Framework / /Rules Work List Rules Process Instance Process Instance Data Data fx BPA Suite Jdev Process Designer Process Manager/Server Rules Engine
  • 17. Key Underpinnings of our Integration Approach Business and Technical Modeling Alignment Oracle BPA Suite (EPC, BPMN) Business Conceptual Model Modeling Shared Metadata Logical Model Technical Modeling Executable Model Oracle Process Designer (BPEL)
  • 18. Oracle BPEL Process Manager Design, Deploy and Manage BPEL Processes BPEL DESIGN Designer BPEL PERSISTENCE BPEL Server WSDL Binding Built-in Integration Services Web Service Oracle DB JMS X-form Rules Human Sensors Workflow JCA Email Core BPEL Engine BPEL Console MANAGE J2EE Application Server (Oracle AS, WL, WS, JBoss)
  • 19. Human Workflow as a “Service” in BPEL Process Manager WSDL Contract Human Workflow Service Assign Task Update Task Task Complete Personalizable Worklist BPEL Process One composite metadata driven Human Workflow Service which interacts One composite metadata driven Human Workflow Service which interacts with the process engine and in turn has flexible component services. with the process engine and in turn has flexible component services.
  • 20. Human Workflow Editor Automatic Form Generation Flexible Assignment and Routing Policy Self Regulating Processes Process and policy enforcement
  • 21. Role Based Worklist Application… Business users manage their own rules Rich Worklist UI for the business user
  • 22. Business Rules as a Decision Service in BPEL Process Manager Rules Author Modern Biz Rules Modern Biz Rules Functionality Functionality An integrated Rules Engine An integrated Rules Engine •• Design Time Rule set Design Time Rule set Introspection Introspection Rules •• Support for multiple Support for multiple BPEL Process Engine interaction patterns interaction patterns Decision Service Support for multiple Rules Support for multiple Rules Rules Repository Engines including Oracle Engines including Oracle File/DB Business Rules, lLog, Fair Business Rules, lLog, Fair Isaac etc. Isaac etc. Ability to invoke multiple Ability to invoke multiple Rules engines with in aa Rules engines with in single business process single business process
  • 23. Decision Service in BPEL PM… Seamless Integration between Processes & Rules Decision Service wizard navigates Rules repository Decide activity invoke rules Map variables to facts
  • 24. Oracle Business Rules /** @Foo **/ method Foo(....) { Java BPEL Application Oracle Rule Author Application Specific (Web Based) Custom Authors Rules API (JSR 94) Rules SDK A C Dictionary 1 Rule Set A If … Then ... XML Facts Java Facts If … Then ... If … Then ... Rules Language Rule Set B Dictionary 2 (Java Like) RETE Rules “Engine” Rules Repository (based on JESS)
  • 25. Business Process Monitoring & Management Sensors and monitoring Sensors and monitoring probes in the Process probes in the Process Ability to take Action right Ability to take Action right in the dashboard in the dashboard Ability to Change Ability to Change processes in-flight processes in-flight •• Business Rules Change Business Rules Change •• Human Workflow Change Human Workflow Change •• “Controlled” Process Flow “Controlled” Process Flow Change Change •• Feedback Loop to Process Feedback Loop to Process Simulation Simulation
  • 26. Agenda 1 Need for Business Process Management 2 Business Process Management Lifecycle 3 Evolution of BPM Software 4 Oracle BPM Solution and Offering 5 Product Demonstration 6 Key Takeaways
  • 27. D E M O N S T R A T I O N WSIF binding to Java class
  • 28. Demonstration Scenarios • Business Process Modeling, Simulation and Publishing Using the BPA Suite • Business & IT Collaboration in Action
  • 29. Step 1: Business Process Modeling Organization BPM Entry Model Service-Oriented Process Organization Processes Overview
  • 30. Step 2: Convert to Business Process Outline Process Outline in Oracle Business Process Architect
  • 31. Step 3: Retrieve Process Outline into Jdev Designer • Open Process Outline from BPA repository • As the Business Analyst changes process, the IT developer can get latest changes from BPA repository • JDev will merge any changes from analyst that do not match current process. • Any implementation details from IT will be preserved during merge
  • 32. Agenda 1 Need for Business Process Management 2 Business Process Management Lifecycle 3 Evolution of BPM Software 4 Oracle BPM Solution and Offering 5 Product Demonstration 6 Key Takeaways
  • 33. Oracle BPM in Action 1. Process automation Greater efficiency 2. Process consistency Greater efficiency 3. Process transparency Better insight / Compliance 4. Process flexibility Greater agility 5. Process reporting, analytics Better insight 6. Process optimization Greater efficiency
  • 34. Key Takeaways • Only Middleware Vendor to offer Integrated Best of Breed Process Modeling, Execution and Monitoring • Hot-Pluggable and Open-Standards Based BPM Offering • Maximum flexibility and choice for BPM implementations • Uniquely Optimized for Oracle Applications • Oracle Fusion Applications processes are being modeled using BPA Suite & executed and monitored using Oracle BPEL PM and BAM
  • 35. Other Sessions • S281458 – Oracle Business Modeling and Analysis • S282318 – Oracle Fusion Business Process Analysis • S283631 – Open Business Process Management – Achieving Excellence for Next Generation Enterprise • Demogrounds – Demo Pods B30 to B36
  • 36. The preceding is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remain at the sole discretion of Oracle.

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