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Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
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Introduction to Oracle ERP
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Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
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Introduction to Oracle ERP
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Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
Introduction to Oracle ERP
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Introduction to Oracle ERP
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    • 1. Oracle Fusion Building Information Age Applications
    • 2. Recent Acquisitions • Datalogic • Information Resources • 3Cube • Thinking Machines • TopLink (from WebGain) • Carlton • Stelltor • Collaxa • PeopleSoft – JD Edwards – Vantive • Retek • Oblix • TimesTen • ProfitLogic
    • 3. Oracle • $12B Sales FY’05 • 55,000 Employees • Customers – 240,000 Database – 25,000 Fusion Middleware – 23,000 Applications
    • 4. Industry View Scalable, Applications, Applistructure
    • 5. The Information Company Simplify, Standardize, Automate Grid Platform Fusion Middleware Information Age Applications • Database • Real Application Clusters (RAC) • Enterprise Manager • Application Server • Integration / SOA • Business Intelligence • Identity Management • Data Hubs • Collaboration Suite • Oracle E-Business Suite • PeopleSoft Enterprise • JD Edwards Enterprise One • JD Edwards World • Retek
    • 6. New Technology Releases • Oracle Database 10gR2 – Secure Backup – New Data Vault – New In Memory Database (TimesTen) • Oracle Fusion Middleware 10gR2 – – – – – Enterprise Identity Management New Business Activity Monitoring New Warehouse Builder New J2EE 1.4 Application Server New Enterprise Service Bus • Oracle Content Services 10g
    • 7. Oracle Applications Today • The continuation of three industry leaders JD Edwards EnterpriseOne World Oracle E-Business Suite PeopleSoft Enterprise
    • 8. Oracle’s Commitment • Protect applications investment • Provide more functionality with a lower TCO • Ensure a smooth upgrade path Oracle E-Business Suite JD Edwards EnterpriseOne & World PeopleSoft Enterprise Oracle Applications
    • 9. Oracle’s Track Record Mainframe Applications 1987 Client-Server Applications 1993 Internet Applications 1996 PS 7.5 Service Oriented Applications 2005+  PS 8.4  MPL3  10SC  R11  World  One World  XE  Oracle Applications
    • 10. Next Applications Releases • Continue developing new functionality across all 4 product lines, based on current tool set(s) 2006 PeopleSoft Enterprise JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9 Release 8.12 Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 JD Edwards World Continued enhancements
    • 11. Next Generation Architecture • The next step in Oracle applications technology, embracing a service oriented and standards-based information architecture • Allows more cost effective integration, flexible business processes and extensibility • About fusing processes, people, and products to leverage the best parts from each of the components Project Fusion begins with our next releases
    • 12. Standards Operating System Language Messaging Management API Server Objects Markup Language Database Connect Portal Presentation Processor Network Protocol Database Query Linux Java JMS JMX EJB XML JDBC JSR 168 HTML Intel TCP/IP SQL Data Transfer Service Description Object Access Service Directory Object Directory Transport Protocol Security Mark Up Encoding Business Process E-Mail Wireless Applications SCSI WSDL SOAP UDDI LDAP HTTP SAML Unicode BPEL IMAP WI-FI ?
    • 13. Building On Our Fundamentals • Greatest business insight – System design begins by delivering the key information needed for optimal operations – Open to information from other sources • Deep and adaptive industry processes – – – – Integrate with legacy and third party systems Continued industry-specific functionality focus Easily tailorable Leverage industry standards • Superior ownership experience – Focus on product quality – Full lifecycle management philosophy
    • 14. Greatest Business Insight Information You Can Trust • Single data model for single source of truth, but set for heterogeneity • Embedded analytics and management reporting • Real-time operational analysis and ability to take related actions • Industry specific KPIs • Open to third party data • Centralized data with additional data hubs
    • 15. Deep and Adaptive Processes Information You Can Use • • • • • • • • Industry-based configuration Modularized services Broad API / web services support Enhanced interoperability through standards-based, open platforms User experience personalization Standards-based extensibility Tailored business process flows BPEL certification
    • 16. Industry Processes • Aerospace & Defense • Healthcare • Automotive • High Technology • Chemicals • Higher Education • CPG/Consumer • Industrial Manufacturing • Communications • Life Sciences • Energy • Professional Services • Engineering & Construction • Retail • Financial Services • Travel & Transportation • Government • Utilities
    • 17. Superior Ownership Experience Information You Can Manage • Automated, tailored installs • Functional components for individual upgradeability • Minimal downtime upgrades • Active system and business monitoring • Self-supporting, self-tuning • In-place education • Packaged integration… from server technology, middleware, to applications
    • 18. PeopleTools 8.46 • Portal Enhancements – Interoperability via standards (WSRP, JSR-168) – Pagelet Wizard • • • • Integrated Analytic Calculation Engine Integration Enhancements Improvements to Setup Manager PeopleCode performance improvements
    • 19. EnterpriseOne Tools 8.94 • Improved Web Development – Greatly expands web forms you can create – Create reusable sub-forms • Improved Usability – CTRL-END to easily retrieve all rows in a grid – Export all rows to Excel
    • 20. E-Business Suite 11i.10 • OA Framework available for custom development – Applicable to 11i.9 also • Forms personalization • Integration repository
    • 21. Combined Technology Teams • Both Oracle and PeopleSoft had next generation tools projects underway • Pursuing similar paths in many areas • Brought together best technology people and design ideas across the JDE, PeopleSoft, and Oracle E-Business Suite organizations • Integration Repository • Uptake BPEL engine • Minimize upgrade downtime • DHTML UI • Performance monitoring • Reporting and analytic technologies
    • 22. Oracle Fusion Middleware • Core Application Platform Suite – J2EE, Portal, Integration, Business Intelligence Tools, Identity Mgmt, Wireless, RFID – BPEL Process Manager, BAM, WS Manager • • • • Development Tools XML Publisher Data Hubs (Customer, Product) Collaboration, Content, Web Conferencing, Email
    • 23. Fusion Middleware Roadmap • Oracle will continue to support running Enterprise and EnterpriseOne on existing application server platforms • Later in 2005 Oracle will certify use of Oracle platform components with Tools 8.47 and EnterpriseOne Tools 8.95 • Many possibilities for use of Fusion Middleware without moving off IBM or BEA Middleware
    • 24. Fusion Middleware Certifications EnterpriseOne Tools 8.95 and PeopleTools 8.47 • Available later this year • “Tools only” upgrade • Certifying with Oracle Fusion Middleware – – – – Oracle Containers for J2EE (OC4J) 10.1.2 Oracle Portal 10.1.2 Oracle Identity Management 10.1.2 Oracle BPEL Process Manager 10.1.2 • Offering new capabilities – Operational Dashboards – XML Publisher
    • 25. E-Business Suite • Certified with Discoverer 10.1.2 • Early Adopter Program for Identity Management and Portal 10.1.2 • 11i.10 includes XML Publisher for reporting on EBS data – XML Publisher available now as a Fusion Middleware product for your broader document output management needs
    • 26. Enterprise Publishing • A tool that provides flexible, high quality publishing of any enterprise data • Business reporting needs: – – – – – – – – Rich Formatted Reports Partner Reports Financial Statements Government forms Contracts Checks Labels XML / EFT / EDI
    • 27. Oracle XML Publisher Data Logic Layout XML Publisher Translation Report output
    • 28. Financial Reports
    • 29. Purchase Orders
    • 30. Contracts F F F
    • 31. Government Forms
    • 32. Checks
    • 33. Labels
    • 34. Electronic Payments EFT / EDI
    • 35. Built on Open Standards • • • • Pure Java Pluggable data in XML Output formats in PDF, PS, RTF, HTML… Support for Internet Printing Protocol, WebDAV, Internet Fax Protocol, SMTP, etc…
    • 36. XML Publisher Maximum Information Utilization HTML Email Oracle, PS, JDE RTF Excel MS, SAP, Siebel XML Publisher XSL Custom App Java, C++ Web Services Data Sources Customers Templates •Word •Excel •Acrobat •XML Spy •JDeveloper •Scriptura Layout Tools Printer Suppliers PDF Fax Controllers XML EDI WebDAV EFT e-Commerce Output Government Destinations
    • 37. Enterprise Data Management Strategies for Success 1. 2. 3. 4. You can fix data Data quality is an IT problem The problem is in the data sources or data entry The data warehouse will provide a single version of the truth 5. The ERP system will provide a single version of the truth 6. The Performance Management system will provide a single version of the truth 7. BI standardization will eliminate the problem of different “truths” From “Seven Misconceptions about Data Quality” by Rick Sherman
    • 38. Data Management • Multiple sources of truth are always present – Everyone owns their piece of data record – No one owns all parts of the record • The implementation constraint – It’s not about eliminating sources of truth • The solution – It’s about unifying & reconciling sources of truth
    • 39. Oracle Data Hubs • • • • Unifies data across heterogeneous systems Continuous data synchronization Data quality process Search, access and publish
    • 40. Unifying Data Across Systems Data Hub Source A Blended Record Source B Wakefield Wakefield Wakefield 2217 2217 Unknown Street Name Grayden Grayden Greyden City Louisville Superior Superior Name Street Number
    • 41. Continuous Data Synchronization Batch Standard Queue Data Hub 100  A: 62 100  B: 86 Publish to Queue 100  C: 48 Source A Source B Real-Time Memory Queue Source C Subscribe from Queue
    • 42. Continuous Data Synchronization ID: 86 Source B ID: 62 Source A Data Hub A:62  100 100  B: 86 100  C: 48 ID: 48 Source C
    • 43. Data Quality Process Certify Choose Best Attributes Research Duplicates Enrich Profile Match Rules Search, Import Duplicate Prevention Standardized Data Management Validate addresses
    • 44. Searching Input Value [Jim] Jimmy Jim James Word Replacement Lists Transformed Input Value [JAMES] JAMES JAMES JAMES Returns “Similar Matches” All Records Found: Jimmy Jim James
    • 45. Enterprise Architecture Transaction Bus. Intelligence Collaboration Workplace Business Processes Applications Integration Data Hub Grid Infrastructure Application Servers Databases Storage Management Framework Development Framework Information Access
    • 46. Q & A QUESTIONS ANSWERS

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