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Report From Oracle Open World 2008 AMIS 2 October2008
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Report From Oracle Open World 2008 AMIS 2 October2008
Report From Oracle Open World 2008 AMIS 2 October2008
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Report From Oracle Open World 2008 AMIS 2 October2008

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Thursday, October 2nd, the AMIS crew that visited the Oracle Open World conference reported their findings in a 3.5 hour session. In segments on SOA & BPM, Middleware, Database, Oracle Applications …

Thursday, October 2nd, the AMIS crew that visited the Oracle Open World conference reported their findings in a 3.5 hour session. In segments on SOA & BPM, Middleware, Database, Oracle Applications (AIA) and Development technology, we presented the highlights from close to 1900 sessions - no small feat. And utterly incomplete of course. However, all in all, for people who did not attend the "red party" the evening gave a very useful overview of what Oracle is doing and where it is heading.

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    • 1. The AMIS Report from Oracle Open World 2008 2 nd of October 2008 AMIS
    • 2. Agenda
      • Overview
        • Oracle Strategy & Vision
        • AMIS@Oracle Open World
      • SOA & BPM
      • Middleware & Infrastructure
      • Dinner
      • Database
      • Oracle Applications
      • Development & Enterprise 2.0
      • It’s a Wrap!
    • 3. Some metrics
      • 43.000 attendees
      • 300 from The Netherlands
      • 7 from AMIS
      • $100M+ revenue in San Francisco
      • 1890 sessions
        • 5 from AMIS
        • Hands-on, Keynotes, Panels, Unconference Exhibition Hall & Demopods, Party, ‘events’
    • 4. The Big Announcements
      • The Database Machine
      • Oracle Beehive
    • 5. Trimaran next America’s Cup entry
    • 6. Smaller Announcements
      • Cloud Computing
      • Toplink (based on EclipseLink) 11g
      • Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE)
      • JDeveloper 11g/ADF 11g go production
      • RDBMS 11.1.0.7
      • BEA integration & roadmap
      • Oracle Application Testing Suite
      • eBusiness Suite R12.1
      • Enterprise Manager Real-User Monitoring (fka Moniforce)
      • Entitlements Server
      • WebLogic 10.3
      • WebCenter 10.3
      • BPM Suite – BPM, Rules, BAM, Enterprise Repository,..
    • 7. Expectations
    • 8. SOA & BPM Peter Ebell Expertise Manager, AMIS
    • 9. Oracle SOA Evolution
    • 10. Oracle SOA Suite
      • SOA Suite 10.1.3.4 is released
        • 10.1.3.5 planned for February 2009
        • Beta 11g in October?
      • One of the improvements: FINALLY you can see message content in Manual Message Recovery pages!
    • 11. The Buy Of A Lifetime
      • We are used to Oracle buying new products on a regular basis.
      • With the purchase of BEA they didn’t buy a new product, they bought an almost fully overlapping toolstack.
    • 12. The Future of SOA Middleware - I
    • 13. The Future of SOA Middleware - II
    • 14. The Overview
    • 15. Coherence Cache/Data Grid/Application Grid/SOA Grid/...
      • Oracle Coherence (formerly Tangosol Coherence) was among the biggest news on OOW2007
      • Almost every java-based Product Development team within Oracle was talking with them about integrating/using Coherence with their products….
      • … and they still are …
      • … and some have made serious progress:
        • Toplink (used Coherence as distributed Cache, and Coherence uses Toplink as JPA implementation)
        • Complex Event Processing (more on this later)
    • 16. SOA Grid - I
    • 17. SOA Grid - II
    • 18. The Overview
    • 19. Oracle Service Bus
      • Previously known as Aqualogic Service Bus, now Oracle Service Bus (OSB)
      • Direct competition for the ESB in the SOA Suite (now known as OESB, renamed to “Mediator” in R11g)
      • Much more “mature” than OESB:
        • Much better support for VETO (Validate-Enrich-Transform-Operate) pattern (specifically the “E”).
        • More powerful transformation possibilities (not just XSLT but also “assign”-like operations).
        • Much better console (services can be built from scratch using only browser)
        • Much better High Performance features (throttling, content-based message priority, partial message extraction,….)
      • Also lacking some important features:
        • No SCA (Service Component Architecture) support
        • Domain-Value maps
        • No JCA Adapter support => can’t use SOA Suite adapters
    • 20. Fusion Middleware 11g R1
    • 21. Service Component Architecture
    • 22. The Overview
    • 23. Event Driven SOA (ED-SOA)
      • It’s not a Queue implementation, it’s not an Enterprise Service Bus…
      • Its something in between..
    • 24.
      • Need support for:
      • High Volume
      • Continuous Streaming
      • Sub-millisecond latency
      • Time-window processing
      • Complex pattern matching
    • 25. Oracle CEP
      • At OOW2007, Complex Event Processing was put on the map within Oracle with a CQL (Continuous Query Language), but it had no place to run (yet)
      • BEA had the BEA Event Server with their own, less powerful query language (EQL).
      • A match made in heaven => Oracle CEP
      • Lightweight POJO-based container (Spring framework used extensively).
      • Processes Event streams, can forward to BAM (dashboard, alerting) & SOA infrastructure (ESB) process initiation
      • Works perfectly together with (Coherence) Data Grid
    • 26. High-Available CEP Reference Architecture
    • 27. The Overview
    • 28. SOA Governance
    • 29. Oracle BPM
      • Formerly known as AquaLogic Business Process Management
      • Direct competition for Oracle BPEL:
        • Standards based
        • Designtime for Business Analist (BPM Studio)
        • Eclipse IDE for Developer
        • Runtime engine (BPM Server)
        • Management Console, BAM integration
        • Human Workflow
      • Compared:
        • Oracle BPM better support for human workflow
        • BPEL PM better support for automation
        • Both based on standards
        • Oracle BPM has uniform view, BPEL PM requires transformation
        • Oracle BPM : Closed loop with BPA Suite and BAM integration almost realized
    • 30. Future: Oracle BPM & BPEL PM
      • BPEL PM and Oracle BPM will share common runtime engine.
      • Gut feeling: BPEL used more for “technical” processes, composite services etc. Oracle BPM for “business” processes with human interaction.
    • 31. Oracle Applications – Application Integration Architecture Lucas Jellema Expertise Manager, AMIS
    • 32. Application Integration Architecture
      • Enterprise business processes across all products
      • Synergy between products from Oracle Apps stack
        • EBS, PSFT, SIBL, JDE, …
      • Integrate with SAP and (other) legacy applications
      • Acquire additional modules from Oracle Applications
        • And synergize with others
      • Prepare for evolutionary introduction of Fusion Applications
    • 33. Application Integration Architecture
    • 34. AIA Foundation Pack
    • 35. AIA based Composite Applications
    • 36. Enterprise Composite Applications
      • AIA Foundation Pack
        • Comes with plug in for JDeveloper
        • To create Data Controls based on the Enterprise Business Services
        • To quickly create User Interfaces on top of (any of the) Oracle Applications, SAP or legacy applications
        • Leverages Fusion Middleware
        • Note: Also plugin available for MS Visual Studio
    • 37. Enterprise Composite Applications
    • 38. AIA & ADF
      • Plug-in for JDeveloper to quickly create Entity Objects & View Objects on AIA Enterprise Business Services
    • 39. Steps in AIA Plugin for ADF
    • 40. AIA EBS based Data Control fuels UI
    • 41. Oracle Applications
      • Products that make up Oracle Applications
      • Strategy with regard to Industry Specific solutions
        • Recent Acquisitions (SkyWire, AdminServer,..)
      • Unlimited Applications
      • Applications On Demand & On Premises
      • Recent & pending releases
        • EBS R12.1 – new functionality
      • Fusion Applications
      • Application Integration Architecture
        • Integrating existing Oracle Applications products
          • Mutually and with SAP and legacy applications
        • Preparing for Fusion Applications
        • Best practice for SOA implementations with Oracle FMW
    • 42. Oracle Development Technology – Lucas Jellema Expertise Manager, AMIS
    • 43. Development
      • SQL Developer
      • APEX
      • Forms
      • Java Development
        • Non-ADF
        • ADF
      • Application Testing
    • 44. Wild nights in San Francisco…
    • 45. SQL Developer
      • 1.5.2 in October (and embedded in JDeveloper 11g)
      • Support for many databases (through JDBC & ODBC)
        • Oracle 9i, 10g, 11g, TimesTen
        • MySQL, Access, SQL Server, Sybase
      • New/Enhanced features
        • Schema Copy & Compare
        • HTML Documentation
        • Unit Testing
        • Export & Import
        • SQL Formatting
        • Searching
        • Code Templates
        • Tuning: Execution Plans, Generate Trace, Real Time Monitoring, Parse SQL Trace Files, Hierarchical Profiler
    • 46. SQL Developer 2.0 - Modeling
      • Modeling – as stand alone or SQL Developer plug in
        • Conceptual Modeling – ERD
        • Logical Modeling – Table, Constraints and Data TypeDesign
        • Physical Modeling
        • Design Capture (Import) from
          • from DDL and Database (Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, UDB, JDBC)
          • Oracle Designer & OWB
        • Generate DDL & Export
        • File based repository
          • Moving to Data Dictionary extension (?)
      • Extra cost option
    • 47. What’s in a name… Design Capture ! Migrator !!! CONVERTER
    • 48.  
    • 49. Forms to APEX conversion
      • APEX team states:
        • Forms is not going away
        • However…
    • 50. Alternative: Forms Rejuvenation…
      • Or:
        • OraFormsFaces
        • Forms => ADF Conversion
    • 51. Forms to APEX Conversion
    • 52. Forms to APEX conversion
      • A way to jumpstart an Oracle Forms to APEX modernization project
        • If that is where you want to go…
      • A way to jumpstart development of an application that exposes part of a Forms application in HTML
      • Automatic conversion of Forms components that can be automatically converted to native APEX components
        • Blocks, items, simple derivation/calculation/validation, overall layout structure (order of items and blocks,…)
        • NOT: triggers, program units, layout specifics
      • Easy way to browse your Forms application logic
      • A convenient tool to track manual conversion of Trigger and other non-convertible logic
    • 53. APEX Roadmap
      • Current: 3.1
        • Introduced Interactive Reports
      • Soon: 3.2
        • Forms Conversion
      • Later: 4.0
        • Websheets
        • APEX Listener
        • Improved Tabular Forms
        • Dynamic Actions
          • client side manipulation of UI properties – e.g. show/hide
    • 54. APEX Development
    • 55. When to APEX or not?
      • APEX
        • Small team
        • Short time to market
        • Short lifespan
        • Data oriented UI
        • PL/SQL skills
        • Oracle only (friendly) environment
      • Not APEX
        • Large(r) team
        • Complex application
        • Task/Process oriented UI
        • Long (expected) life cycle
        • No existing PL/SQL skills
        • SOA integration
        • (more/somewhat) open
        • Scalability important
    • 56. Many sessions on APEX
    • 57. Sessions on Oracle Forms
    • 58. Forms 11g
      • Part of Fusion Middleware 11gR1 (H1Y2009)
      • JavaScript API
      • AQ interaction (server to client push
      • Certification WebLogic 10.3(.1) & OAS (OC4J) 11g
      • Integrate with/embed in ADF (JSF) applications using OraFormsFaces
    • 59. OraFormsFaces
    • 60. Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE)
      • Set of plugins to support J(2)EE Development in Eclipse
        • JSF Visual Editor & Component Palette
        • Easy deployment to WebLogic (10.3, 10.0, 9.2)
          • Virtual EARs, Graphical Deployment Descriptor editor
        • Oracle Database support – object browser, DDL gen
        • Apache XMLBeans & EJBGen
        • JSF Facelets (preview)
      • Other Oracle Eclipse initiatives
        • Dali project for JPA plugin
        • JSF Tools
        • BPEL tools
        • And …
    • 61. TopLink 11g
      • Based on EclipseLink 1.0.1
        • support for JPA (Object Relational), MOXy (Object XML – JAXB 2.0), and SDO (Service Data Object)
      • Oracle (11g) special feature support
        • Proxy Authentication, VPD, Database Object Types, PL/SQL
      • WebLogic 10.3 CMP and BMP implementation
        • As well OAS, WebSphere and JBoss
      • TopLink Grid (Coherence Integration)
        • JPA against Grid, including JPQL queries
        • Grid does write-behind to database
    • 62. JDeveloper – Oracle’s strategic IDE
      • XML
      • Web (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
      • Database
      • UML
      • Java
      • J(2)EE
      • TopLink/EclipseLink
      • ADF
      • With FMW 11gR1
        • SOA
        • WebCenter
        • Oracle Data Integrator
        • Application Life Cycle Management
        • BPM?
        • CEP?
    • 63. Application Development Framework
      • JDeveloper 11g/ADF 11g production
        • Beginning October 2008 (around now)
        • Browser Support: FF2, FF3, IE 7, Safari 3
          • Chrome and IE 8 being tested
          • Best performance on Safari, FF3 comes second
        • WebLogic 10.3 integrated Application Server
      • Themes for ADF 11g
    • 64. Dogfood
    • 65. Requirements JDeveloper 11g/ADF 11g
      • Requirements from internal development teams
        • Easier entry, less steep learning curve
        • Higher productivity (for 8000+ not all J(2)EE hot shot developers – many with 4GL/Forms background)
        • Maintainability for enterprise level applications
        • Team Collaboration
        • Rich, Web 2.0 User Experience
          • Customizable per industry and organization
        • Enterprise 2.0 (Collaboration) and SOA integration
        • Compliant with industry standards such as J(2)EE
    • 66. JDeveloper 11g/ADF 11g
      • (even more) Declarative (4GL style) development
        • Lot of functionality can be Model driven: Complex Search Forms, List of Values, Validations, (default) UI properties
        • 95% no-code development
        • Visual Editor, Wizard and Property palette driven
      • High level of reusability
        • Page templates, Declarative Components, Task Flows & Regions, ADF Libraries, Model based specifications
      • MDS (Meta Data Store) for design-time and run-time customization
      • Skinning for tailor made look & feel
    • 67. ADF Faces RichClient
    • 68. Rich Clients though not necessarily only for Rich Customers
      • JDeveloper 11g (design time) is free
      • ADF Rich Faces will be donated to Apache MyFaces Trinidad
        • ADF Controller (task flows, templates,…) is probably also to be donated to Trinidad
      • Oracle considers removing the run-time ADF license altogether
    • 69. JDeveloper 11g – the ‘Bulldog’ release
      • Aligned with Fusion Middleware 11gR1 (H1CY2009)
      • Application Lifecycle Management
        • Tasks
        • Chat
        • Compare
        • Branch
        • Resolve
        • Much better SVN integration
          • And other integrations as well
    • 70. JDeveloper 11g – the ‘Bulldog’ release
      • SOA Suite, ODI and WebCenter Design Time
      • Included again:
        • MDS (Meta Data Services)
        • Active Data Source
        • Hierarchy Viewer
      • ADF Desktop Integration
      • ADF Mobile
      • Essbase Data Control (Hyperion)
      • ADF to APEX Migrator
    • 71. ADF di
    • 72. ADF di Architecture
    • 73. ADF di
    • 74. ADF di – Excel ADF Design Time
    • 75.  
    • 76. Rich, integrated, synchronized
    • 77. Rendering to different clients
    • 78. ADF Community
      • Methodology
      • Sharing of experience
      • Close with product management
      • Best practices from 8000+ Oracle internal ADF developers
      • Vehicles: Oracle Wiki, Google Groups (discussion), Conference meetings
      • Over 100 members
    • 79. JHeadstart 11g
      • Integrated with JDeveloper 11g and with support for ADF 11g (leverage popup, task flow, Rich Faces,…)
      • Themes: rapid prototyping, best practices, even more declarative than ADF itself, implement UI patterns
      • New:
        • Utilities – e.g. Create Read Only LOV ViewObjects based on ViewLinks, Verify use of Naming Conventions
        • Forms2ADF Generator – jumpstart ADF modernization …
          • Create Business Components from Blocks, Record Groups & Items
          • Create JHeadstart Groups, Regions & Items from Canvases, Blocks & Items in Form
          • Manual tracking of PL/SQL (triggers and program units)
      • Around 1 st December
    • 80. Quiz Question
      • Which Oracle product
        • Installs by default on MS Access & MS SQL Server
        • Has a Visual Basic client
        • Does only run on JBoss J2EE Application Server?
        • Has been acquired by Oracle in the last 3 months
        • Has to replace a 1.6M licensed HP product in use by Oracle’s product development
        • Is part of Oracle Enterprise Manager
        • Is largely developed in India and China, managed from Massachusetts
        • Competes with IBM, Borland, HP Mercury
        • Does not yet support Oracle Forms (early 2009)
          • However does support APEX and ADF
    • 81. Application Testing Suite
      • Functional Testing
        • Compare to Selenium, Rational Functional Tester, HttpUnit, …
        • For HTML, Applet & WebService
      • Load Testing
        • Compare JMeter
      • Test Management
        • Akin to Mercury Test Director (Quality Center) or IBM Rational TestManager
        • Manage requirements, test cases, findings
        • Reports & Dashboard
        • Integrate with Jira, Bugzilla
    • 82. Enterprise 2.0 & Collaboration
    • 83. Oracle’s Port(al)folio
      • Oracle Portal
        • Since 1998 (formerly WebDB)
      • Oracle WebCenter
        • Brand new product since 2007
      • Oracle Universal Content Management
        • Stellent acquisition
      • Oracle WebLogic Portal
        • BEA acquisition
      • Oracle WebCenter Interaction
        • BEA acquisition (BEA Aqualogic formerly Plumtree)
    • 84. Enterprise 2.0 Roadmap
    • 85. Oracle WebCenter 11g
      • Part of Fusion Middleware 11g
        • R1: H1C2009
      • WebCenter products
        • WebCenter Services
        • WebCenter Spaces
        • WebCenter Interaction
        • WebCenter Ensemble
      • WebCenter is Enterprise 2.0 foundation for Fusion Apps
        • UI Services such as Workflow, Content & Search Integration, Collaboration, Presence Fusion Dashboards
    • 86. WebCenter Services
    • 87. WebCenter Spaces with WC Services
    • 88. WebCenter Ensemble for Mash Ups
    • 89. Use cases for Ensemble
      • For consuming light weight (RSS/REST/HTML/XML) http based services and exposing them as UI Service
        • As a complement to your portal or other “container”
        • As a client of your data services product
        • In WebCenter, as an access point to new E2.0 services such as discussions, wikis, and so on
    • 90. Looking Ahead: Activity Graph
    • 91. Leveraging Activity Graph
    • 92. Oracle Beehive
      • Enterprise 2.0
        • Collaboration in the workplace
      • Successor to Collaboration Suite
        • And Oracle InterOffice & Oracle Office
      • $160 per user/year
      • Why success this time?
        • Outlook Plugin!
    • 93. Shared and Personal Workspaces
    • 94. On top of existing clients&infrastructure
    • 95. Beehive Architecture
    • 96. It’s a Wrap!
    • 97. Key themes
      • DBA 2.0 – manageability out of the box
        • Advisors vs Deciders, The ‘infite database’, ASM, Data Guard
      • Enterprise 2.0 & Collaboration
      • Content Management
      • ED-SOA – Events & Services
      • Governance – Promote Reuse, Manage full lifecycle
      • Business Intelligence – operational, embedded, predictive
      • SaaS & The Cloud – on demand Software, Storage & Computing power
      • The Grid – Availability, Scalability, Performance
    • 98. Short term…
      • (start to) Adopt for WebLogic
        • Start to say goodbye to OAS/OC4J
      • Take a close(r) look at Enterprise Manager
        • Oracle is piling so much functionality in EM: SOA Management, Real User Insight, Application Testing Suite
      • Use AIA (Application Integration Architecture) for tying together Oracle Applications (& Legacy)
      • Prepare the migration strategy for Forms developers
        • To the next enterprise application technology
      • If you do ADF: start/continue investigating ADF 11g
        • focus on Declarative Model settings, Task Flows, Rich Client Components and Data Visualization Tags
    • 99. Time for a drink…

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