Main Point: Oracle Fusion Middleware, in the Oracle stack residing between the Oracle Database and Oracle Applications, is the strategic foundation for maximizing the value of database investments and extending the strategic value of investments in applications such as CRM, ERP, Supply Chain and industry applications Script: Oracle Fusion Middleware, in the Oracle stack residing between the Oracle Database and Oracle Applications, is the strategic foundation for maximizing the value of database investments and extending the strategic value of investments in applications such as CRM, ERP, Supply Chain and industry applications Oracle Fusion Middleware is not one product, but a broad portfolio of technologies ranging from the Application Server and broader Application Grid platform at the bottom up to the User Interaction layer. The focus of today’s event is to summarize our overall Fusion Middleware capabilities and focus on some of the unique innovations that have gone into the latest release, Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g
Main Points - This slide focuses on the middleware business as a case study---highlighting how the combination of acquisitions and in-house development has progressed to make Oracle #1. Script: Fusion is strategic to Oracle’s business Fusion Middleware is very strategic to Oracle's business and our customer's businesses. As you can see, we've put a significant investment into it over the past 5 years In fact, it’s our fastest-growing line of business in the company, with more than 90,000 customers as of the close of our last fiscal year in May 2009
Main Point: Across the portfolio, Oracle Fusion Middleware is truly the #1 offering in the market leading in… Script: Across the portfolio, Oracle Fusion Middleware is truly the #1 offering in the market leading in … Market share Growth Performance Price performance Partners And with the largest developer community
Main Point: Leadership extends to 11g, this new release Script : That leadership position extends into the 11g release, a release that we have titled “The Foundation for Innovation”. That innovation refers not just to the engineering advancements and improvements, but also the innovations that our customers benefit from: 1) Across the business from how you work and improve your business internally---whether you’re in manufacturing, financial services, government or any other industry 2) Within IT, improving the cost efficiency of systems and people and enabling IT-driven innovation that will benefit the business
Main Point : These 3 aspects of FMW contribute to its marketshare and customer satisfaction Script: As you just saw a few slides ago, Oracle has been a significant player in the middleware industry for quite some time. 1) We owe a lot of that momentums to our Unique Design Principles Complete… Integrated… Hot-Pluggable… Best-of Breed products across every product line With 11g, none of that changes we continue those principles---but also added 2 specific design themes 2) Ensure that middleware isn’t relegated just to IT and for IT benefit----11g provides the INFRASTRUCTURE FOR BUSINESS, DELIVERING AGLILE AND INTELLIGENT APPLICATIONS AND PROCESSES across the business 3) Further innovations that enable IT to MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCIES AND ADOPT THE INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTICES OF THE MODERN DATA CENTER---regardless of whether or not you work for a multi-national corporation with massive data centers, work for a regional government agency, or even a smaller organization starting the transformation from manual operations to more automated systems
Main Points: Business challenges that can be addressed by FMW Note: [summarize 1, 2, 3…don’t feel the need to cover them all in depth] Script: Static applications that limit your ability to engage with customers and co-workers Process silos and a lack of automation that limits visibility and the ability to effectively serve customers and constituents and create costly exceptions Limited productivity and broadly distributed teams---overwhelmed by an explosion of information and an inability to rapidly access it Hard-coded applications that break with changes, upgrades and customizations Security breaches, business and reputation risk and costly, manual compliance efforts Increasing complexity and sprawl of IT systems---either organically, over time or via a merger or acquisition
Main Points: Business challenges that can be addressed by FMW Note: [summarize 1, 2, 3…don’t feel the need to cover them all in depth] Script: Static applications that limit your ability to engage with customers and co-workers Process silos and a lack of automation that limits visibility and the ability to effectively serve customers and constituents and create costly exceptions Limited productivity and broadly distributed teams---overwhelmed by an explosion of information and an inability to rapidly access it Hard-coded applications that break with changes, upgrades and customizations Security breaches, business and reputation risk and costly, manual compliance efforts Increasing complexity and sprawl of IT systems---either organically, over time or via a merger or acquisition Main Point: Key innovations in FMW enable solutions to these challenges Script: Key innovations within Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g deliver benefits that… help create rich, compelling and “sticky” internet applications Streamline, optimize and provide greater visibility into business processes Harness social and team computing technologies for business improvement Protect application changes and customizations @ time of change or upgrade Automate, compliance and taking a holistic and repeatable approach to architecting security into applications Help consolidate systems for greater efficiencies and cost savings [TRANSITION]
Main Point: Strong Oracle commitment to this release Script: Oracle has strongly committed to this release and is influenced by over 5000 customer enhancement requests. It is the most sophisticated release ever delivered by Oracle Middleware engineering.
Main Point: Transition to developer tools section Script: … and start with a look at developer tools.
Main Point: There are Four key challenges that organizations are experiencing today in their development efforts, teams and environments Script: 1) Multiple, disparate tools required to cover all aspects of the development lifecycle increases complexity and reduces developer productivity - An organization’s toolbox gets bigger and bigger with all the different tools that are needed to support all phases of the application development lifecycle. This also hinders development productivity as developers spend significant time switching from tool to tool, learning new skill sets, etc. 2) Multiple technologies and delivery channels (browser, email, office, mobile) for rich application development increases complexity and accessibility challenges and (reinvent the wheel). Development reinvents the wheel writing one-off interfaces to make applications accessible via multiple devices, every new device or delivery channel = a new project 3) When applications are customized, often times at the end-user level---when the application is upgraded or changed, the customizations are lost. 4) Inability to leverage standards, open source and multi-vendor tools in the development lifecycle increases costs, limits choice, and hinders reuse
Main Point: Reinforce key main benefits of development tools in 11g Script: The benefits of development tools in 11g include 1) · Single, Integrated Development Environment – Further improvements to JDeveloper, Also options for Open Source. To allow application developers to build all aspects of an application within one development environment for better productivity. Developers don ’ t have to switch between many tools to build an application 2,3) Standards-based Declarative Framework - We brought together a standards-based declarative framework to allow people to quickly and visually assemble applications with the additional benefit of a declarative framework for multi-channel delivery. 4) · Unified Metadata Management & Customization - Metadata is captured throughout the lifecycle and allows business users to access a dictionary so they can evolve business applications. 5) Unified & Open Application Lifecycle Management - Open Application Lifecycle Management allows developers to use our tools and also bring in a variety of other technologies that they need to manage the development lifecycle. Additional Info Detail on unified metadata management: Because the application is defined declaratively, the definition of the business logic of the application, the definition of the user interface, the definition of the business rules, the definition of the business process, all of these aspects are captured in a common metadata dictionary. That metadata dictionary can be shared at development time by developers building the application but more importantly at run time, it can be customized by business users who get access to this metadata dictionary and they can modify aspects of the behavior of the application. This makes it a lot easier to evolve applications after they ’ ve been built.
Main Point : FMW ALM is complete addressing all phases of lifecycle management, and open, enabling you to use your favorite tools. Script : Today, a developer has to a) define and track project deliverables b) write his design spec and code c) collaborate with other engineers d) check the code into source control e) profile it … etc Team Productivity Center, Oracles lifecycle management product, is unique because it (I) supports all aspects of the development lifecycle – unit testing, continuous build, dependency management, … (ii) while allowing developers to use their favorite tools to do so – eg. JUnit for Unit testing, Maven for dependency management, ANT for Build, … Benefit: Familiarity = Productivity. Let developers use what they want to use — but also provide a complete framework so you can manage ALM consistently across your teams. EXAMPLE: This allows you to use tools like Subversion, CVS or Profor for source control, Jira for defect tracking, for example, or Ant and Maven for build and dependency management
Main Point: Transition to next section Script: Now I’ve shown you how the tooling works, let’s continue with a look at the 11g Service-Oriented Architecture
Main Point : Key business and IT issues in adopting and rolling out service-oriented architecture strategy Script: Separate SOA and EDA Architectures Limit Composite Application Development and Business Response - Being able to correlate events and what’s happening across the business with the processes that drive your business is critical. Historically those have been addressed with separate tools and architectures. The result: Complexity in IT and missed market opportunities, not meeting customer needs Proprietary Approaches to Transport-Level Communication via ESB Add to Complexity, Delays - Inflexible in the operational environment Disparate Process Types Create Exceptions and Errors - FOR BUSINESS: Lack of visibility into multiple types of processes— systems, people and document-centric. Lost customer orders, lower service levels and exceptions. FOR IT: leveraging multiple tools to manage and enable processes - Difficult to optimize, significant manual effort, higher level of exceptions Increasing Event and Service Volumes, Delayed Response - Lack of awareness into business events – difficult to respond quickly. Significant manual efforts by IT to identify and understand events and respond. Monitor in siloes, gap between events and services/processes, productivity hit, long time-to-response Escalating Costs to Achieve SOA Business Alignment, Scalability and Visibility - SOA not aligned with the business-- Costly initiatives, organizationally inflexible and inefficient, SLAs and business goals not met, limited visibility and control Optional SOA/EDA detail: SOA: When you look at service-oriented design pattern, traditionally, that’s been about request response type communication between applications. One application calls another through a web service interface, for example, and the other application responds to it. EDA There’s also event-oriented design, which is around asynchronous behavior. An application has some business event that occurs. It published information out and then other applications or business processes need to adapt to it.
Main Point : Summarize design goals for 11g Script With the 11g release of Fusion Middleware we focused on 5 key design themes 1. Single, Standards-based Event & Service Foundation 2. High Speed, Multi-Transport Service Bus - On top of this SCA foundation, we’ve built a high speed enterprise service bus that gives you flexibility in how you can deploy the service bus in an operational environment. · Additional detail: This flexibility is possible because the service bus allows you to use multiple transports for communication at the network level. 3. Unified Business Process Management - We unified system-oriented, human-oriented, and document-centric business processes into a single architecture and a single runtime environment. This unified platform helps optimize your processes, lower the exceptions you’ve been experiencing so your customer service, orders, etc. perform optimally. 4. Complex Event Processing & Activity Monitoring - We’ve introduced a new Complex Event Processing capability to collect business event information and run real-time calculations on it, giving you real-time visibility into what’s occurring within your operational environment. We also have activity monitoring so you can quickly adapt to those changes. 5) Integrated Governance & Policy Management - Finally, we’ve integrated a variety of governance technologies so you can manage your SOA and business policies across the entire lifecycle. This helps keep your SOA on track so you’re ultimately achieving the business goals of your SOA.
MAIN POINT: The comprehensive offering the SOA Suite 11g is. (build) Regardless of whether you’re taking a bottom-up or top-down approach to SOA, there is a clear set of functionalities that you will need – and the Oracle SOA Suite provides all of these. Let’s start from the bottom here. You never start SOA from scratch – you want to reuse existing assets, be it legacy services, COTS, etc. or even interaction with your business partners. The first thing you need to do is to normalize these heterogeneous sources via adapters, or in the case of the external partners, a B2B gateway that provides all the security and framework required to extend your SOA beyond the boundaries of your enterprise. Once you have this normalization you need to enable data flows, in a reliable and flexible fashion. Among other things you want to virtualize all these data sources to ensure loose coupling and maximum flexibility as you move forward. Now that you have the necessary foundation you can start building new value, declaratively through orchestration of these assets. For example you could start building a brand new employee onboarding application that would leverage your existing PeopleSoft HR coupled with BMC Remedy and additional homegrown systems that used to be disconnected. And then you have a set of cross-functional requirements: You need to manage the assets developed along the way, and understand the relationships between these various components You need to secure these highly distributed applications You need of course to configure, manage and monitor these applications And then comes the visibility side of things: First, there is less and less value in looking at individual events or occurences. The true value and intelligence lies in the ability to correlate and make sense of the various patterns of occurences Second, you need the real-time and graphical tools to not only display but also react to conditions into the business data that transit through your applications Finally, what are the tools to design and build these? You really have 2 types of users here: business analysts and developers, both with their own skills and requirements.
Main Point: Transition to next section Script: Now that we have seen how development and SOA have been improved, let’s look at how user interactions can be richer and more productive
Main Point: Even though portals, as you know them, are relatively mature---a number of key challenges and limitations remain Script: Even though portals, as you know them, are relatively mature---a number of key challenges and limitations remain Organizations leverage separate tools for portals, applications, and web sites which is costly and time consuming Manual, one-off integrations limit process and IT efficiencies. Disparate processes, applications, content and other systems require significant manual effort to integrate and results in limited cross-functional synergies Siloed productivity adds to complexity and decreases enterprise efficiency (competitive advantage). Siloed applications, processes, workflows make it difficult to find and share information and results in ad hoc communication Decreased business responsiveness and agility, IT as a bottleneck. IT is burdened with need to enabling users to work together collectively and managing projects across teams, departments, enterprise and beyond
Main Point: Establish design themes that address the previous challenges Script : There are four key themes that drove the development for Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g, and help solve the key challenges we’ve just discussed: 1) Unify RIA, Web Sites, Enterprise Portal Development - Unify in a single framework the process for building rich internet applications, web sites and portals to address the challenges of using separate tools 2) Content, Application, Business Process Integration - Easily integrate content, applications and processes into your portal environment to simplify the environment, make it easy to find and share information and eliminate one-off integrations. 3) Social Computing Unified with Business Applications - Social computing capabilities so users can easily find information and connect with other people. Integrate these capabilities with business applications so processes become more efficient to address siloed productivity tool challenges. 4) Pre-Packaged, Rapidly Customizable Team Sites - Business users can get up and running quickly and easily create web sites for their teams, without involving IT which enables users to more easily work together without adding to the IT bottleneck.
Main Point - Quickly overview the 4 key innovations in WebCenter 11g. Focus on Framework, Composer & Business Dictionary, Social Computing Services and Spaces What is WebCenter Suite? It is the m ost complete, open and manageable enterprise portal framework that delivers richer connections and faster time-to-value What are the big new features in 11g? Framework – standards-based open, declarative framework. Enables the development of Rich Internet Applications through dynamic user interfaces technologies, the Framework speeds the delivery of these next generation applications and portals that blend composite interfaces, social communities, web applications along with departmental and enterprise portals. It’s pervasive – ubiquitous any device (REST – php or HTML, perl, ruby, .NET – anything non-java) Composer and Enterprise Business Dictionary – need to interact with all the resources in the enterprise – pre-packaged integration with applications, content and rich media, business processes, and business intelligence in a role-specific way to speed user awareness of these critical resources. Composer allows users and site administrators edit or customize any page with a few simple clicks Social Computing Services – out-of-the-box, Enterprise 2.0 services such as wikis, blogs, RSS, mashups, tagging, linking, social networks, etc. WebCenter Spaces – ready to use application provides dynamic online communities to quickly share information, collaborate one new ideas and manage projects without waiting for IT to build a specialized solution.
Main Point: Transition to next section Script: Let’s take a look at the new capabilities of the foundation of Fusion Middleware, Application Grid
Main Point: Establish the challenges that we will address via design themes Script: As you deploy applications in a production environment, there are several key issues that can have a severe, negative impact business: 1) Compromised responsiveness and reliability as business grows, data-sets expand, and load becomes more volatile. Application performance can take a hit, resulting in lost customers, poor customer service… 2) Inefficiency in deploying and utilizing resources as infrastructure sprawls relentlessly Data center costs grow, complexities and redundancies increase, Unable to meet customer demands (example – peak traffic times), difficulty in scaling up or down to accommodate customers 3) Increasing operational costs to manage heterogeneous environment 4) Inability to effectively leverage industry innovations such as multi-core processors, 64-bit addressing, and inexpensive tera-scale memory. Increases costs and complexities, become dependent upon older less-efficient and less-flexible resources
Main Point: Emphasize design themes that address the previous challenges stated. Script: Four key design themes were important to application grid computing in the 11g release: 1) Provide Application Server with Unmatched Performance, Scalability and Reliability to provide flexibility for business growth and mitigating any compromised capabilities 2) To combat infrastructure sprawl we wanted to provide an In-Memory Data Grid with Terabyte Scale-Out - Coherence supports access to as much as a terabyte of data in-memory for faster access to information, and better performance and throughput. 3) Unified Systems and Application Management enables Oracle Enterprise Manager to manage and monitor the operational environment efficiently at reduced costs 4) We wanted to enable you to take advantage of computing innovations, like a High Speed Java VM Optimized for Multi-Core processors. - Finally, we ’ ve made further improvements to JRockit, a Java virtual machine, for real-time applications and to run efficiently on multi-core architectures.
Main point: define application grid and highlight its benefits as they relate to the opening slide; reinforce that app grid is necessary and the best approach in addressing today’s challenges So that brings us to “application grid”. What is it? You have a number of applications and services you need to support <click to bring up black boxes> and a set of resources to run them <click to bring up servers>. Traditionally there has been a highly siloed, dedicated stack approach to associated apps with resources. <click to bring up app grid pic> The application grid approach is about breaking down those silos and<click to bring up “pooling” text> sharing and pooling resources instead. <click to bring up “dynamic adjustment” text> By dynamically and automatically adjusting the allocation of resources across needs, you can get much higher utilization out of hardware because you’re not provisioning each application for its own worst case. You get higher reliability through the multiplicity of resources, and higher performance through parallelization. From this you address <click> efficiency with lower operational costs, competitiveness by enabling your business to outperform competitors with responsiveness and innovation, and <click> simplification by consolidating to a consistent foundation that has many synergies with the rest of the stack—particularly the Oracle stack.
Main Point: Transition to next section Script: Key to managing IT efficiency and productivity is access to enterprise information, and Identity Management is at the heart of that access. Let’s take a look at the improvements in this important area.
Main Point: A number of significant challenges remain in securing the enterprise. Even if you ’ ve implemented some aspects of IDM some very costly and issues and risks remain. Script : A number of significant challenges remain in securing the enterprise. Even if you ’ ve implemented some aspects of IDM some very costly and issues and risks remain A sizeable IT overhead is involved in administering identities, roles, etc. across multiple directories, applications, databases Growing regulatory concerns and escalating complexities and costs of managing application access in heterogeneous environments. Compliance and security become increasingly complex and manual when managing and provisioning users with access to multiple applications across an enterprise It is difficult to segment authentication of roles, and duties, at a fine-grained level Security is tightly tied to each application---which is complex, costly to manage and inefficient to deploy or change consistently across applications and across the enterprise
Main Point: Identity management, which is about how users access systems, with the appropriate level of security and compliance, has been simplified with added flexibility and scalability in 11g. Script: Identity management, which is about how users access systems, with the appropriate level of security and compliance, has been simplified with added flexibility and scalability in 11g. Identity Management offers: Highly Scalable & Reliable Directory Infrastructure - We ’ ve enhanced Oracle ’ s directory infrastructure with a number of new capabilities to ease administration. Unified & Integrated Access Management - We ’ ve added a unified and integrated access management capability spanning web-based and desktop applications Declarative, Fine-Grained Entitlement Management - 11g supports entitlements management, which is managing the permissions and access controls for users Integrated Identity & Role Provisioning & Admin - 11g offers innovations in identity management and role provisioning to automate the way that users are granted access to different systems. Foundation for Service-Oriented Security - We ’ re delivering the industry ’ s first service-oriented security foundation in Identity Management 11g.
Main Point: Oracle Identity Management is a comprehensive offering of several best of breed products. Oracle Identity Management is a comprehensive offering of several best of breed products. At Oracle, we like to think of IdM as being composed of three distinct functional areas: We have Identity Administration which is all about user provisioning and role lifecycle management. Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Role Manager are our two flagship products in the Id Admin space. Then we have Access Management which is all about access control – authentication, authorization, single sign on and federation. In addition, Oracle also offers next gen access management technologies for risk based access control and for fine grained authorizaton. OAM is our SSO and authentication engine. OAAM offers risk-based security. OIF offers cross domain federation and OES offers centralized fine grained authorization. We also have Directory Services for centralizing and consolidating user identities. OID offers ldap style directory services to applications. While OVD can virtualize user identities from multiple user stores. Then we have the IAM suite which is a comprehensive suite of our best of breed IdM products designed to offer compelling value for customers. We also have the EM IdM pack which is a complimentary offering to ease management.
Main Point: Transition to presentation close and summary Script: Let’s conclude with a few final thoughts…
Main Point: Reinforce FMW as the leader in middleware Script: Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g will continue to lead in the middleware market with best of breed products and with recognition by industry leaders like Gartner …
Main Point: Recap the business challenges and 11g benefits that address them Script: As we have discussed today, Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g has been designed to address key issues that constrain business and IT today. We have enabled greater rich internet applications to increase engagement and productivity We have unified business process management to overcome the complexity and visibility challenges that process silos result in Easy to setup and use Enterprise Team and Social Computing helps to bridge disparate teams and disconnected relationships External metadata and Composer web based tools for application customization provide a solution to brittle systems that are difficult to change Unified and automated Identitiy and Compliance management mitigates risk and increases productivity associated with manual compliance efforts The 11g release with Unified middleware simplifies systems consolidation that results in IT complexity and sprawl
Main Point: Promote Launch microsite Script : For additional information you can visit the 11g launch center with additional information about all of the products we discussed today.
Oracle Fusion Middleware Unrivalled Customer Growth 90,000+ BPEL Process Manager Application Server Development Tools Identity Management Enterprise Content Management Enterprise Portals SOA Suite Application Grid Business Intelligence
Oracle Fusion Middleware The Leader in Middleware <ul><li>Leader in Market Share </li></ul><ul><li>Leader in Growth </li></ul><ul><li>Leader Performance </li></ul><ul><li>Leader Price Performance </li></ul><ul><li>Largest Partner Ecosystem </li></ul><ul><li>Largest Developer Community </li></ul>
I N T R O D U C I N G The Foundation for Innovation
Oracle Fusion Middleware 11 g <ul><li>Unique Design Principles </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Complete – Broad approach to middleware </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Integrated – Within the family, suites, across Oracle products </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Hot-pluggable architecture – Protect investments </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Best-of-breed products – No compromises </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Infrastructure for Agile & Intelligent Business Applications and Processes </li></ul><ul><li>Optimized for Modern Data Center Architectures and IT Efficiency </li></ul>1 2 3
Current Challenges Limitations of Existing Systems, Processes & Approaches Static Applications, Lower Engagement IT Complexity and Sprawl Process Silos, Ltd. Event Visibility ? ? ? Disparate Teams, Disconnected Relationships Delayed Time-to-Change, Brittle Systems ? ? ? Business Risk and Manual Compliance
Oracle Fusion Middleware 11 g R1 Designed to Solve Important Business Requirements Static Applications, Lower Engagement IT Complexity and Sprawl Process Silos, Ltd. Event Visibility ? ? ? Disparate Teams, Disconnected Relationships Delayed Time-to-Change, Brittle Systems ? ? ? Business Risk and Manual Compliance Rich Internet Applications Application Customization Systems Consolidation Enterprise Team & Social Computing Business Process Management Identity & Compliance Management
Oracle Fusion Middleware 11 g by the Numbers Most Sophisticated Release Ever Delivered by Oracle Middleware Engineering 1,987 Individual Software Development Projects 5,420 Customer-Driven Enhancements 7,350 Person Years of Engineering 13 Million Hours of Quality Assurance & Testing
Challenges <ul><li>Multiple, disparate tools increase complexity and reduce developer productivity </li></ul><ul><li>Multiple technologies and delivery channels for rich application development create redundant, 1-off development efforts </li></ul><ul><li>Application customizations brittle and create dead-end path @ upgrade or change </li></ul><ul><li>Development lifecycle tool lock-in increases costs, limits choice, and hinders reuse </li></ul>
Key Development Tool Design Themes <ul><li>Single, Integrated Development Environment </li></ul><ul><li>Standards-based Declarative Framework </li></ul><ul><li>Multi-Channel, Rich Internet Applications </li></ul><ul><li>Unified Metadata Management & Customization </li></ul><ul><li>Unified & Open Application Lifecycle Management </li></ul>
Application Lifecycle Management Complete, Integrated, Open ALM Develop Design Change Manage Collaborate with Others Profile & Test Define & Track Project Check-in, Build & Version <ul><li>Productivity and Choice for Development Teams </li></ul>
Challenges <ul><li>Separate SOA and EDA Architectures Limit Composite Application Development and Business Response </li></ul><ul><li>Proprietary Approaches to Transport-Level Communication via ESB Add to Complexity, Delays </li></ul><ul><li>Disparate Process Types Create Exceptions and Errors </li></ul><ul><li>Increasing Event and Service Volumes, Delayed Response </li></ul><ul><li>Escalating Costs to Achieve SOA Business Alignment, Scalability and Visibility </li></ul>
Key SOA Design Themes <ul><li>Single, Standards-based Event & Service Foundation </li></ul><ul><li>High Speed, Multi-Transport Service Bus </li></ul><ul><li>Unified Business Process Management </li></ul><ul><li>Complex Event Processing & Activity Monitoring </li></ul><ul><li>Integrated Governance & Policy Management </li></ul>
Oracle SOA Platform Adapters & B2B PARTNERS DB BAM BUSINESS VISIBILITY PATTERN DETECTION CEP EM MANAGE MONITOR POLICY MANAGER SECURE JDEV DESIGN ERP MAINFRAME SERVICES EVENTS ORCHESTRATE BPEL PROCESS MGR BUSINESS RULES HUMAN WORKFLOW INTEGRATE VIRTUALIZE SERVICE BUS DATA INTEGRATOR REG/REP
Challenges <ul><li>Use of separate tools and platforms to create portals, applications, web sites is costly and time consuming </li></ul><ul><li>Manual, one-off integrations limit process and IT efficiency </li></ul><ul><li>Siloed productivity tools independent from applications and processes adds complexity, limits enterprise efficiency </li></ul><ul><li>Enabling users to work together across teams, enterprises and beyond creates IT bottleneck, lowers business response & agility </li></ul>
Key Enterprise Portal Design Themes <ul><li>Unify RIA, Web Sites, Enterprise Portal Development </li></ul><ul><li>Content, Application, Business Process Integration </li></ul><ul><li>Social Computing Unified with Business Applications </li></ul><ul><li>Pre-Packaged, Rapidly Customizable Team Sites </li></ul>
WebCenter Suite 11 g What’s New? <ul><li>Enhanced next-gen portal framework </li></ul><ul><li>Enterprise-ready Social Computing Services </li></ul><ul><li>Social Networking </li></ul><ul><li>User personalization tools </li></ul>Framework Composer Services Spaces
Challenges <ul><li>Compromised responsiveness and reliability as business grows, data-sets expand, and load becomes more volatile </li></ul><ul><li>Inefficiency in deploying and utilizing resources as infrastructure sprawls relentlessly </li></ul><ul><li>Increasing operational costs to manage heterogeneous environment </li></ul><ul><li>Inability to effectively leverage computing innovations </li></ul>
Key Application Grid Design Themes <ul><li>Application Server with Unmatched Performance, Scalability and Reliability </li></ul><ul><li>In-Memory Data Grid with Terabyte Scale-Out </li></ul><ul><li>Unified Systems and Application Management </li></ul><ul><li>High Speed Java VM Optimized for Multi-Core </li></ul>
Application Grid: A New Approach Leveraging innovation to better address the challenges <ul><li>Efficiency: </li></ul><ul><li>Lowest operational costs </li></ul>Pooling and sharing of resources Automated, dynamic adjustment <ul><li>Competitiveness: </li></ul><ul><li>Outperform with speed and flexibility </li></ul><ul><li>Simplification: </li></ul><ul><li>Best foundation for entire software stack </li></ul>Custom App Packaged App SOA Service C/C++/ COBOL Legacy
Challenges <ul><li>IT overhead involved in administering identities, roles, etc. across multiple directories, applications, databases </li></ul><ul><li>Growing regulatory concerns and escalating complexities and costs of managing application access in heterogeneous environments </li></ul><ul><li>Difficult to segment authentication of roles, duties, etc. at a fine-grained level </li></ul><ul><li>Security tied to each application is complex, costly to manage and inefficient to deploy across the enterprise </li></ul>
Oracle Fusion Middleware The Leader in Middleware – Gartner Magic Quadrants <ul><li>Enterprise Application Servers </li></ul><ul><li>Application Infrastructure </li></ul><ul><li>Application Infrastructure for Composite-Applications </li></ul><ul><li>Application Infrastructure for New Service-Oriented Business Application Projects </li></ul><ul><li>Application Infrastructure for Back End Application Integration Projects </li></ul><ul><li>User Provisioning </li></ul><ul><li>Web Access Management </li></ul><ul><li>Horizontal Portal Products </li></ul><ul><li>Enterprise Content Management </li></ul><ul><li>Corporate Performance Management Suites </li></ul><ul><li>Business Intelligence Platforms </li></ul>
Oracle Fusion Middleware 11 g R1 Designed to Solve Important Business Challenges Rich Internet Applications Application Customization Systems Consolidation Enterprise Team & Social Computing Business Process Management Identity & Compliance Management Static Applications, Lower Engagement IT Complexity and Sprawl Process Silos, Ltd. Event Visibility Disparate Teams, Disconnected Relationships Delayed Time-to-Change, Brittle Systems Business Risk and Manual Compliance
Oracle Fusion Middleware 11 g Launch Center www.oracle.com/fusionmiddleware11g