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Path To Fusion V1

  1. 1. Path to Fusion<br />~ a Strategy Roadmap<br />
  2. 2. Agenda <br />What is Oracle Fusion Application <br />Fusion Application Architecture <br />Fusion Tech Stack Components <br />BI in Fusion App <br />What’s in Fusion v 1.0<br />Fusion Adoption plan<br />
  3. 3. Oracle Fusion Application <br /><ul><li>Oracle’s next generation suite of applications
  4. 4. Eventually replace E-Business Suite
  5. 5. Best of breed features from
  6. 6. E-Business Suite
  7. 7. JD Edwards
  8. 8. PeopleSoft
  9. 9. Siebel</li></li></ul><li>Fusion Application Architecture <br /><ul><li>Standards-based technology reference
  10. 10. Non-proprietary and open
  11. 11. Can be used it to write applications for J2EE app servers
  12. 12. Core principles
  13. 13. Model Driven: Model/View/Controller pattern application/business processes
  14. 14. Service & Event-enabled: extensible, modular
  15. 15. Information Centric: consistent, actionable, real-time intelligence
  16. 16. Grid-Ready: scalable and manageable on low-cost hardware
  17. 17. Standards-based: open, pluggable in a heterogeneous environment</li></li></ul><li>Fusion Application Architecture (contd.) <br />
  18. 18. Fusion Tech Stack Components<br /><ul><li>Application Server (Weblogic Suite)
  19. 19. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA Suite)
  20. 20. Business Intelligence (OBIEE, Essbase)
  21. 21. Enterprise 2.0 (WebCenter Suite)
  22. 22. Content Management (UCM)
  23. 23. Development Framework (ADF)
  24. 24. Identity Management
  25. 25. Business Process Analysis (BPA Suite)
  26. 26. Database (11g)
  27. 27. Monitoring (EM)
  28. 28. Tools – JDeveloper, Eclipse</li></ul>Fusion apps are metadata driven that is managed by the MDS framework<br />
  29. 29. Fusion Tech Stack Components(contd.)<br />To summarize all these various components and products and tools<br />
  30. 30. BI in Fusion App<br />BI View Objects<br /><ul><li>Facts and Dimensions
  31. 31. Data security implemented</li></ul>BI Common Semantic Model<br /><ul><li>Highly aggregated trending
  32. 32. Real-time transaction listings
  33. 33. Single query model</li></ul>Oracle BI Applications (OBIA)<br /><ul><li>Historical analysis
  34. 34. Pre-packaged DW, ETL, dashboards </li></ul>Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI)<br /><ul><li>Real time window into the transactional System
  35. 35. Current state analysis</li></li></ul><li>What’s in Fusion v 1.0<br /><ul><li>Best of breed features from EBS, JDE, PSOFT, SIEBEL
  36. 36. Modules/pillars in scope so far(v1.0):
  37. 37. Financial management
  38. 38. Supply chain management
  39. 39. Procurement
  40. 40. Human capital management
  41. 41. Project portfolio management
  42. 42. Sales
  43. 43. Enterprise performance management
  44. 44. Governance, risk, and compliance
  45. 45. Not is scope so far(v1.0)
  46. 46. CRM(Service, Call Centre, Order Capture),
  47. 47. SCM(Core Manufacturing, Manufacturing Execution),
  48. 48. Industry(Public Sector -encumbrance accounting, etc.)</li></li></ul><li>What’s in Fusion v 1.0 (contd.)<br />
  49. 49. Fusion Adoption strategy <br /><ul><li>Developing Fusion technology skill set
  50. 50. ADF, WebCenter, OBIEE, Essbase, SOA, Weblogic
  51. 51. Training plans – classroom, virtual
  52. 52. Webinars -Arranging one with Oracle (Weblogic suite, likely 1st week of June 2011)
  53. 53. Formalize team structure
  54. 54. National level
  55. 55. Technical / Functional
  56. 56. Involvement into Oracle EAP (global partnership)
  57. 57. FAI lab instance for Fusion middleware and Application
  58. 58. Practice / Demo / IP</li></li></ul><li>Training Plan – Fusion Middleware<br /><ul><li>Train the trainer approach
  59. 59. Primary and Secondary SMEs for each Fusion MW 11g area
  60. 60. Foundation components / Focus groups
  61. 61. ADF11g & Enterprise 2.0 (WebCenter/UCM 2.0)
  62. 62. BPM(SOA 11g) & EPM (OBIEE11g/Essbase)
  63. 63. Weblogic Suite 11g Admin (Optionally with Identity Mgt/Coherence)
  64. 64. Mode of Training
  65. 65. Primary/Secondary SME – Oracle University (Classroom/Virtual)
  66. 66. FAI EBS – CoE sessions, WebEx (recording)
  67. 67. Sharepoint / CoE Community broadcast
  68. 68. Internal Fusion Lab – Hands-on / demo / IP (coordinated by Primary SME)
  69. 69. Legal clearance to share licensed Oracle training documents/media internally</li></li></ul><li>Training Plan – Fusion Applications<br />After Fusion App general availability<br /><ul><li>Train the trainer approach
  70. 70. Track Lead for each functional area
  71. 71. Main Fusion v1.0 pillars/modules
  72. 72. HCM, FIN, CRM, Proc, Projects, SCM, DOO (Distributed Order Orchestration)
  73. 73. Mode of Training
  74. 74. Track Leads – Oracle University (Classroom/Virtual)
  75. 75. FAI EBS – CoE sessions, WebEx (recording)
  76. 76. Sharepoint / CoE Community broadcast
  77. 77. Internal Fusion Lab – install Fusion ‘vision’ instance when available
  78. 78. Internal Fusion Lab – hands-on implementation (coordinated by Track Lead)
  79. 79. Legal clearance to share licensed Oracle training documents/media internally</li>

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