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  • ----------------------------------------------------------------------ODI vs OWB Roadmap good slide to show ODI is the mainstream, but seems internal----------------------------------------------------------------------ODI Customer References:'s strategic direction in the data integration tool is ODI.ODI 10.1.3 premier support will end at the end of Dec 2010, but Oracle will continue releasing newer version of ODI, and newer versions of ODI after 11g will continue to be enhanced along with other Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g products.Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) 11g has become part of Oracle Database EE/SE/SE One & Oracle BI SE/SE One, so the OWB 11g support synchronizes with DB 11g (premier support for 11.2 will end in Jan 2015).However OWB 10.1 premier support ended in July 2007, so if you are still using OWB 10.1, I strongly recommend you to upgrade to 11g.OWB will continue to be enhanced along with other DB/BI features, but customers should look into building new BI framework using ODI and migrate gradually to ODI in the long term.ODI & OWB support details & roadmaps:Oracle Lifetime Support: DB support details are in Lifetime Support Policy: Oracle Technology Products ODI support details are in Lifetime Support Policy: Oracle Fusion Middleware ProductsOWB 11g OTN site: Integration Statement of Direction: (including the ODI roadmap)Today Oracle includes Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) and Oracle WarehouseBuilder (OWB) as the two components of ODI-EE and will merge them into asingle unified data integration technology platform. This strategy fully preservesany existing development investments of all Oracle data integration customers andwill provide a seamless, easy upgrade path from the current components to theunified platform and beyond.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------OWB Roadmap: Term StrategyOracle purchased Sunopsis in October 2006 and re-branded it as Oracle DataIntegrator (ODI). ODI’s mission is to enhance the Oracle Fusion Middlewareofferings, which require broad support to heterogeneous sources and targets.Warehouse Builder’s mission continues to be to provide comprehensive ETLfunctionality for BI/DW implementations on Oracle Databases.Today, ODI and OWB are released separately. For the short term, both products willcontinue to deliver stand-alone releases.Although released independently, both products are currently being developed witha common goal of integrating with each other and, ultimately, merging into a singleproduct. For example, OWB 11.2 now supports the knowledge module frameworkdeveloped by ODI. And in future releases, both products will share the same userinterface framework and will be able to launch each other processes.Long Term DirectionOracle is committed to protect the investments customers have made in both OracleWarehouse Builder and Oracle Data Integrator. In a future release, Oracle willdeliver a unified data integration product that protects customer investments in bothproducts.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Oracle ESB to OSB Migration  Hereby a DRAFT version on how to migrate from Oracle Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) to Oracle Service Bus (OSB).Source Group: OracleWeb Path: ROOTCORNER/KNOWLEDGEAREAS1/KN...854/EMEA/RESEARCH_RESOURCES/ESBAuthor: Marc - 132 KB - Jan 5, 2009 - Links Migration Document ESB -> OSB  Source Group: OracleWeb Path: SOA/SOA ( - 1 Bytes - Dec 4, 2008 - LinksUseful Doc!: Upgrade GuideWhat is the upgrade path from Oracle ESB (OESB) 10g to Mediator 11g?The upgrade path for Oracle Enterprise Service Bus users from 10g to 11g is fully automated. Oracle Enterprise Service Bus users simply open 10g ESB routing rules in JDeveloper 11g. At this point, JDeveloper converts them to Mediator components that can be deployed to the 11g service infrastructure. All adapter configurations, XLST transformation and routing rules are preserved.What is the migration path from Oracle ESB (OESB) to Oracle Service Bus (formerly ALSB)?First, we need to emphasize that there is no requirement for Oracle ESB customers to migrate to Oracle Service Bus: they already have a fully automated path to the 11g platform. If their mediation needs are fulfilled by Oracle ESB there is no reason to jump to Oracle Service Bus (formerly ALSB).The only time we would recommend a customer to migrate from Oracle ESB to Oracle Service Bus is when they have a concrete and validated need for features available in Oracle Service Bus and not in Oracle ESB. Among these are advanced operations control features such as throttling, higher web-services mediation performance, full web console authoring or "Java on the bus". Please contact Product Management if you have a customer in such situation.There is no automated tooling to help in migrating from Oracle ESB to Oracle Service Bus - our efforts are going towards ensuring that both communities have a seamless upgrade path to 11g. However, there have been various ongoing efforts in the field to start putting together best practices around such migration. See for instance Marc Kelderman'sblog post on OESB to OSB migration. Best practice document for migrating OESB artifacts to OSB can be found here - ---------------------------------------------------------OSB and ESB  Converge for ESB, what does ... to implement OSB? 3. If not, what long term and short term migration strategies is Oracle putting in placeSource Group: OracleWeb Path: SOA/SOA ( - 1 KB - Aug 28, 2008 - LinksOSB Migration & Upgrades FAQ: migration to OSB  Hi all, Is there any migration tool which converts ESB 10g project into OSB 11g project? We could reuse ... and develop OSB services butSource Group: OracleWeb Path: SOA/SOA ( - 252 Bytes - May 10, 2010 - LinksNothing in this yet.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
  • For all prospects, starting point is WebLogic SuiteHighest value components bundled in WebLogic SuiteObviates WLS vsiAS discussion (“it’s all in there”)Penetrating installed base with Coherence, WebLogic Operations Control and WebLogic Real Time builds foundation for future upsell of WebLogic Application GridFor WebLogic install base, WLS SE and EE are natural migrations but WebLogic Suite adds compelling valueFor iAS install base existing Oracle iAS SE and EE continue to be available but WebLogic Suite adds compelling value
  • Managing Oracle Fusion Middleware

    1. 1. Business-DrivenIT Management<br />Oracle Enterprise Manager:Empowering IT to Drive Business Value<br />Oracle Fusion Middleware Management<br />Fumiko Yamashita<br />Safe Harbor Statement: The views expressed on this presentation are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle.<br />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 a purchasing decision. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br />Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle Warehouse Builder<br />Oracle Enterprise Service Bus and Oracle Service Bus<br />Oracle Enterprise Repository and Oracle Service Registry<br />FMW Management Features<br />Demo<br />
    3. 3. Oracle Data Integration<br />High Level Road Map for Convergence of ODI and OWB<br />Milestones<br />Toward<br />Convergence<br />ODI 12g <br />(Unified<br />Platform)<br />UnifiedTeam<br />Oct 2008<br />ODI-EE<br />License<br />Jan 2009<br />OWB-EE<br />11gR2<br />Sep 2009<br />ODI 11g<br />2010<br />Strategic<br />Data Integration<br />Platform<br />ODI<br />OWB-EE<br />Knowledge<br />Modules<br />11gR2<br />ODI-EE License<br />In-Database ETL<br /><ul><li>Regular Upgrade to Unified Platform
    4. 4. ODI 12g (Unified Platform) aims to be a Superset of Existing Products – no regression
    5. 5. OWB Investments are Fully Protected
    6. 6. No Forced Migrations</li></ul>3<br />
    7. 7. Data Integration Products<br /><ul><li>Comprehensive Integration
    8. 8. ELT/ETL for Bulk Data
    9. 9. Data Delivery Services
    10. 10. Process Orchestration
    11. 11. Service Bus
    12. 12. Human Workflow
    13. 13. Data Federation
    14. 14. Replication & Migration
    15. 15. Data Governance
    16. 16. Data Grid
    17. 17. ELT/ETL for any DB
    18. 18. Changed Data Capture
    19. 19. Native SQL Code Gen
    20. 20. Declarative Design
    21. 21. ELT for Oracle DB
    22. 22. Database Modeling
    23. 23. PL/SQL Code Gen
    24. 24. Flow-based Design
    25. 25. Business Data / Metadata
    26. 26. Statistical Analysis
    27. 27. Time Series Reporting
    28. 28. Integrated Data Quality
    29. 29. Cleansing & Parsing
    30. 30. De-duplication
    31. 31. High Performance
    32. 32. Integrated w/ODI</li></li></ul><li>Agenda<br />Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle Warehouse Builder<br />Oracle Enterprise Service Bus and Oracle Service Bus<br />SOA Suite 10g & iAS EE 10g to SOA Suite 11g & WLSuite 11g<br />Oracle Enterprise Repository and Oracle Service Registry<br />FMW Management Features<br />Demo<br />
    33. 33. Upgrade SOA 10g/iAS EE 10g to SOA 11g/WebLogic Suite 11g<br />Packaging<br />Oracle SOA Suite 11g<br />License Migration<br />Get the Latest Service Bus<br />Oracle SOA Suite 10g<br />Business Activity Monitoring + BPEL Process Manager + Web Services Manager +Business Rules +B2B Server + Mediator (OESB) + Oracle Service Bus + Complex Event Processing<br />OSB and CEP are available for use only if iAS EE 10g is upgraded to WebLogic Suite 11g.<br />Business Activity Monitoring + BPEL Process Manager + Web Services Manager +Business Rules +B2B Server + Oracle Enterprise Service Bus<br />Oracle iAS EE (OC4J) 10g<br />Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g<br />iAS Standard Edition<br />(w OC4J) +<br />OSSO +Forms and Reports Services +Discoverer Plus and Viewer +Oracle ESB + <br />B2B<br />WebLogic Server EE (with Enterprise Manager Diagnostics Pack)+ Coherence EE+ JRockit Real Time <br />+ Management Pack for Coherence <br />+<br />Virtual Assembly Builder<br />+<br />JRockit Flight Recorder<br />Oracle iAS EE 11g<br />
    34. 34. Part of WebLogic Server EE/Suite<br />Oracle Virtual Assembly BuilderApplication-aware virtualization<br />Time to deploy reduced from days to hours!<br />Time to deploy reduced from Days to Hours!<br />PropertiesInspector<br />Select. Create. Publish. Deploy<br />Assemblies,AppliancesCatalog<br />Assembly Editor<br />Package software components into collections of virtualized appliances (WLS, RDBMS, SOA svc, …)<br />Create multi-tiered assemblies of appliances<br />Single step deployment of assemblies<br />Deployment <br />ResourcePools<br />
    35. 35. JRockit Flight RecorderJFR brings instant diagnostics<br />Part of WebLogic Server EE/Suite<br />Time to resolution reduced from days to hours!<br />Similar in concept to aircraft black box<br />Collect / Store diagnostic data<br />JVM events<br />WebLogic Server events (WLDF)<br />FMW diag & monitoring events<br />Built-in integration with JRMC<br />Near Zero overhead<br />Capture diagnostic information in running production systems<br />Offline/offsite analysis can be done using the JRMC GUI<br />JRockit and WebLogic dumps to assist in crash-analysis<br />
    36. 36. Unified Platform for Services and Events<br />OESB<br /><ul><li>Support for Services and Events
    37. 37. Integrated Security
    38. 38. Updated B2B gateway, new document management UI</li></ul>SOA Suite 11g - Highlights<br />
    39. 39. Increased Performance, Scalability<br /><ul><li>Optimized SOA runtime
    40. 40. Running on Application Grid
    41. 41. Coherence
    42. 42. WLS
    43. 43. JRockit</li></ul>SOA Suite 11g - Highlights<br />OESB<br />OSB<br />
    44. 44. Agenda<br />Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle Warehouse Builder<br />Oracle Enterprise Service Bus and Oracle Service Bus<br />Oracle Enterprise Repository and Oracle Service Registry<br />FMW Management Features<br />Demo<br />
    45. 45. Service Implementation and Configuration<br />Service Bus <br />Harvest<br /><ul><li>Target Service Metadata
    46. 46. WSDL
    47. 47. XSDs
    48. 48. Code
    49. 49. Proxy</li></ul>SOA Designers and Developers<br />Repository<br />Mediation<br />Validation<br />Approve<br />Proxy Pipeline<br />Other Runtime Metrics<br />UDDI<br />UDDI<br />Auto Deployment<br />UDDI<br />Publish<br />SOA Test, Staging & Production<br />SOA Monitoring & Management<br />Discover<br />Metrics via UDDI<br /><ul><li>JMX
    50. 50. SNMP
    51. 51. Reporting</li></ul>Integration Testing<br />IT Operations<br />Staging<br />Production<br />Policy Enforcement<br />SLA Management<br />Closed Loop Service Lifecycle – Provider Perspective<br />Service Definition<br />Architect<br />Single View of Assets<br />Business<br />Owners<br />Consumer Provisioning & Contract Management<br />12<br />Intended for information purposes and may not be incorporated into a contract<br />
    52. 52. Oracle Enterprise Repository & Oracle Service Registry<br />Oracle<br />Enterprise<br />Repository<br />
    53. 53. Oracle Enterprise Repository & Oracle Service Registry<br />Features and Benefits<br />
    54. 54. Agenda<br />Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle Warehouse Builder<br />Oracle Enterprise Service Bus and Oracle Service Bus<br />Oracle Enterprise Repository and Oracle Service Registry<br />FMW Management Features<br />Demo<br />
    55. 55. Fusion Middleware Management<br />Oracle Enterprise Manager<br />Features<br /><ul><li>Service / component dependency
    56. 56. In-context Performance
    57. 57. Instance tracing
    58. 58. Sync and Async
    59. 59. Policy monitoring & reporting
    60. 60. Metric & policy correlation
    61. 61. Real-time change detection</li></ul>Service Level Management<br />Error Monitoring<br />Transaction monitoring<br />Exception Management<br />Policy authoring, editing, attachment<br />Integration with OSR/ OER<br />Dependency correlation<br />Configuration Management<br />Provisioning Automation<br />Monitoring & Diagnostics<br />Biz Transaction Management<br />Policy Management<br />Closed Loop Governance<br />Change & Config Mgmt<br />Oracle Confidential<br />
    62. 62. Application Performance Management<br />Oracle Enterprise Manager<br />User Experience Monitoring<br />Database Diagnostics and Tuning<br />Business Transaction & Composite Application Management<br />Java Diagnostics<br /><ul><li>Real user & Synthetic monitoring
    63. 63. Packaged and custom web apps, xml-soap services
    64. 64. Oracle apps incl. Oracle Forms
    65. 65. End-to-End visibility
    66. 66. EBS, Siebel, PSFT mgmt
    67. 67. SOA, Portal, JEE monitoring
    68. 68. Resource View
    69. 69. Cross-tier tracing
    70. 70. Memory leak analysis
    71. 71. Self-Managing database
    72. 72. ADDM
    73. 73. Automated SQL tuning</li></ul>Diagnostics Pack (JVM Diagnostics & JRockit Mission Control) in WebLogic Suite/EE<br />BTM / ADP (CAMM) in WebLogic Management Pack EE<br />
    74. 74. Business Transaction Management for SOAHeterogeneous SOA Management<br />Oracle Enterprise Manager<br />Start-to-finish service dependencies <br />across Oracle and non-Oracle middleware<br /><Name><br /><Encrypted<br />Type='http <br /><CipherDa <br /><Cipher<br /></Ciphe<br />Oracle SOA Suite<br />iAS<br />WebLogic<br />Automatic Transaction Tracing of <br />messages without application change<br />Effective Fault Analysis directly<br />from transaction content<br />
    75. 75. Business Transaction Management for WebLogicAmberPoint supports different SLA’s on SAME service endpoint<br />Service Level Agreement<br />Performance against objectives<br />1<br />3<br />5<br />Stabilized response times for<br />Platinum<br />customers<br />Service Level Objective (SLO) <br />For Platinum customers: <br /><ul><li>Ave. Response time per hour < 6 sec
    76. 76. Warning threshold <= 4 sec </li></ul> - Action: alerts<br />Usage tracked and segmented – e.g. by Platinum, Gold, Silver<br />2<br />Gold<br />Bronze<br />Automatically triggers alerts beforecompliance failure for Platinum customers<br />4<br />Platinum<br />19<br />
    77. 77. Part of Mgt Pk<br />Application Dependency & Performance (CAMM)Performance Management for WebLogic/SOA Suite<br />Key Features<br /><ul><li>End-to-End Visibility of J2EE and SOA
    78. 78. Automated Performance Management
    79. 79. Visibility of Application Dependencies
    80. 80. Proactive Problem Detection
    81. 81. Reduce Time-to-Resolution by Model-Driven Diagnostics</li></ul>Biggest bottleneck<br />CAMM: Composite Application Monitor & Modeler<br />
    82. 82. Oracle Enterprise ManagerDiagnostics Pack for Oracle Middleware<br />Part of WebLogic Server EE/Suite<br />JVM Diagnostics (former Applications Diagnostics for Java (AD4J))<br />Diagnose Issues in Production, not in Test  Reduce Time to Resolution<br />“Always-on” monitoring with more informative alerts  Earlier warning to minimize outages<br />JRockit Mission Control<br />Deep diagnosis of Java applications on JRockit with Eclipse <br />
    83. 83. Application Configuration Console (ACC)Configuration Management (Change Control) for WebLogic<br />Part of WLS Mgt Pk EE<br />Compare and synchronize different WebLogic Environments<br />Inconsistent memory settings<br />Single view of all WebLogic configurations<br />Synchronize configuration to follow Baseline<br />Use out-of-the-box version control to track all changes so systems can be restored to any “Known Good” configuration<br />Audit all configuration changes in version control<br />
    84. 84. Solution Benefits<br />Minimize Downtime+Lower IT costs<br />+Meet SLA on Performance<br />SOA Mgmt Pack EE<br />WebLogic Server/SOA Management Pack Enterprise EditionPackaging<br />WebLogic Server Management PackEnterprise Edition<br />Configuration management<br />= Business Transaction Management (AmberPoint)<br />+<br /> Application Performance Management<br /> (Composite Application Monitor and Modeler)+Configuration Management<br />+<br />Provisioning (Cloning)<br />+<br />Patch Automation <br />(available with iAS, <br />For WLS, planned from H1CY2011)<br />Performance management<br />Option to WebLogic EE/Suite<br /><ul><li>Business Transaction Management (AmberPoint) for SOA
    85. 85. Application Performance Management (CAMM) for SOA
    86. 86. Integrated Web Services testing
    87. 87. Web Services Security Polices
    88. 88. Configuration and Provisioning of SOA Suite</li></ul>Option to SOA Suite<br />
    89. 89. Agenda<br />Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle Warehouse Builder<br />Oracle Enterprise Service Bus and Oracle Service Bus<br />Oracle Enterprise Repository and Oracle Service Registry<br />FMW Management Features<br />Demo<br />
    90. 90. Demo<br />WebLogic Server Basic Features<br />OEM, Application Grid (Clustering), WebLogic Server Monitoring<br />JVM Diagnostics (AD4J)<br />WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition<br />Business Transaction Management (AmberPoint)<br />Composite Application Performance Management Pack (CAMM) <br />Service Level Management (SLM) Pack<br />Oracle Service Bus<br />Oracle Enterprise Repository<br />Oracle Data Integrator<br />