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Fusion - IBANK

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Fusion - IBANK

  1. 1. Oracle’s Fusion Strategy Thomas Kurian Senior Vice President Oracle Server Technologies
  2. 2. Oracle Fusion Architecture
  3. 3. Customer Needs • Business Needs • Changing Market, Competitive, Customer Needs • Technology Needs • Flexibility and Speed
  4. 4. Adapt Business Processes to Market Dynamics Share Information & Collaborate Productively Build Modular, Flexible Business Applications Take Decisions with Better Quality Information Lower Cost, Better Ownership Experience Secure Information & Applications for Compliance Technology Requirements Consolidate Information to Unified Data Model
  5. 5. Oracle Fusion ArchitectureUnified PortalUnified Portal Business Process OrchestrationBusiness Process Orchestration Process models BPEL engineProcess models BPEL engine Fusion Service BusFusion Service Bus Multi-protocol routingMulti-protocol routing Message transformationMessage transformation Services and Event MediationServices and Event Mediation Grid ComputingGrid Computing ActivityActivity MonitoringMonitoring Fusion Service RegistryFusion Service Registry Application Integration ServicesApplication Integration Services Process Integration ServicesProcess Integration Services Data and Metadata ServicesData and Metadata Services BusinessBusiness IntelligenceIntelligence Oracle AppsOracle Apps Custom AppsCustom Apps ISV AppsISV Apps Clustering Security Provisioning Configuration Data Management Directories Identity Management Web Cache  Model driven  Service & Event enabled  Standards-based  Information Centric  Grid Ready
  6. 6. Oracle’s Strategy • Oracle Fusion Architecture • Blueprint for SOA-based Enterprise Solutions • Oracle Fusion Middleware • Technology Infrastructure for Fusion Architecture • Oracle Business Applications • Protect, Extend, Evolve through Fusion Architecture • Customer Benefits • Technology enables Flexibility & Speed
  7. 7. Oracle Fusion Middleware
  8. 8. Oracle Fusion Middleware
  9. 9. Service-Oriented Architecture Develop Orchestrate Deploy Secure Access Integrate Manage Analyze Optimize
  10. 10. Application Server Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com          
  11. 11. Design ApplicationsDesign Applications Develop J2EE AppsDevelop J2EE Apps Develop BusinessDevelop Business ProcessesProcesses Deploy & ManageDeploy & Manage Develop DBMS SchemasDevelop DBMS Schemas Profile, Debug, OptimizeProfile, Debug, Optimize Development Tools
  12. 12. Development Framework
  13. 13. Development Framework DeviceDevice Render Kit ControllerControllerViewView Java Server Faces Java Server Faces ModelModel Business Components
  14. 14. Enterprise App Server Application ServerApplication Server J2EE 1.4J2EE 1.4 JJ SS PP SS EE RR VV LL EE TT EE JJ BB JJ NN DD II JJ MM SS JJ CC AA JJ TT AA JJ MM XX SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, WS-ISOAP, WSDL, UDDI, WS-I Interoperability Transactionality WSWS -- RR MM // WSWS -- RXRX WSWS -- C/C/ WSWS -- TT WSWS -- II FF WSWS -- SS EE CC WSWS -- EE VV EE NN TT WSWS -- PP OO LL II CC YY WSWS -- AA DD DD RR WSWS -- CC TT XX TT WSWS -- TT RR UU SS TT WSWS -- SECSEC CC OO NN VV
  15. 15. Business Integration Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
  16. 16. Enterprise Service Bus Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus RoutingRouting QOSQOS TransformTransform RulesRules WSDLWSDL JCAJCA RESTREST WSIFWSIF
  17. 17. Business Process Management - BPEL Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus RoutingRouting QOSQOS BPELBPEL CEPCEP RulesRulesWorkflowWorkflow DesignDesign OptimizeOptimize MonitorMonitor WSDLWSDL JCAJCA RESTREST WSIFWSIF
  18. 18. Business Process Management - BPEL
  19. 19. Business Activity Monitoring
  20. 20. Business Intelligence Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
  21. 21. Data Hubs – Operational Data Enterprise Service BusEnterprise Service Bus Siebel SAPe-Bus SuiteMicrosoft JD Edwards ISV Apps
  22. 22. Data MiningData Mining CorrelationCorrelation FilteringFiltering BAM ESBESB Bus. Intelligence BI Portal MSFT Excel Discoverer ETLETL ESBESB OLTPOLTP DWDW HubsHubs Bus.Bus. EventsEvents BAM ReportingReporting Relational DSSRelational DSS OLAPOLAP Business Intelligence – BI & BAM
  23. 23. Enterprise Portal Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
  24. 24. Collaborative Portal JSR-168JSR-168 WSRPWSRP Fusion MiddlewareFusion Middleware JSR-170JSR-170 WebWeb MobileMobile DesktopDesktop Content StoresContent Stores Service CatalogService Catalog Apps & Web SitesApps & Web Sites Bus. ProcessBus. Process BI & BAMBI & BAM Virtual Content RepositoryVirtual Content Repository Service Assembly Fwk.Service Assembly Fwk. Portlet FrameworkPortlet Framework Collaboration ServicesCollaboration Services Process Mgmt. ServicesProcess Mgmt. Services Presence & PersonalizationPresence & Personalization
  25. 25. Desktop Access Fusion Middleware Data Apps Analytics Data Sources Bus. Processes Alerts & Notifications MSFT Outlook MSFT InfoPath MSFT Word MSFT Excel
  26. 26. Grid Computing Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
  27. 27. CRMCRM Fusion MWFusion MW HRMSHRMS Fusion MWFusion MW FINANCEFINANCE Fusion MWFusion MW SCMSCM Fusion MWFusion MW Cluster ServicesCluster Services Enterprise Manager 80%80% 100%100% 20%20% 80%80% Dynamic Resource Management Topology Mgr. Image & Node Mgr. IP, Ports, Prcs Mgr. Resource Mgr. Grid Plug N’ Play CSCS CSCS CSCS CSCS Grid Scalability
  28. 28. Grid High Availability 100% Rolling Upgrade100% Rolling Upgrade Online OperationsOnline Operations Backup & Recovery Mgr.Backup & Recovery Mgr. App Server FlashbackApp Server Flashback App Server ClustersApp Server Clusters Clusterware SupportClusterware Support App Server GuardApp Server Guard Hot DeploymentHot Deployment PlannedPlanned DowntimeDowntime UnplannedUnplanned DowntimeDowntime GRIDGRID HAHA Deploy AppsDeploy Apps ReconfigureReconfigure UpgradeUpgrade BackupsBackups HumanHuman ErrorError SW FailureSW Failure HW FailureHW Failure DisasterDisaster RecoveryRecovery
  29. 29. Identity Management Customers Some Sample References Source: Oracle.com
  30. 30. Identity Management LDAP, Active DirectoryLDAP, Active Directory ADF, Portal, BPELADF, Portal, BPEL Fusion MiddlewareFusion Middleware JAASJAAS WS-SecWS-Sec J2EE SecurityJ2EE Security PKI InfrastructurePKI Infrastructure Identity ProvisioningIdentity Provisioning Identity Mgmt. & DelegationIdentity Mgmt. & Delegation Policy ManagementPolicy Management Identity FederationIdentity Federation Audit & ComplianceAudit & Compliance Access ManagementAccess Management Oracle DBMSOracle DBMS
  31. 31. Systems Management Fusion Middleware Activity Monitoring Process MonitoringProcess Monitoring Event CorrelationEvent Correlation Enterprise Manager End User Monitoring Service Level MonitoringService Level Monitoring Resource MonitoringResource Monitoring BAM Enterprise Mgr Apps Business Process Business & System Events Hosts Correlation
  32. 32. Services Management WSIFWSIF In-MemoryIn-Memory RESTREST JCAJCA MSFTMSFT WSDLWSDL Enterprise Services BusEnterprise Services Bus Service Auditing SLA MonitoringSLA Monitoring Security ManagementSecurity Management Event Management Policy ManagementPolicy Management Web Services Manager
  33. 33. Adapt Business Processes to Market Dynamics Share Information & Collaborate Productively Build Modular, Flexible Business Applications Take Decisions with Better Quality Information Lower Cost, Better Ownership Experience Secure Information & Applications for Compliance Technology Requirements Consolidate Information to Unified Data Model
  34. 34. Oracle Fusion Middleware COMPREHENSIVE HOT PLUGGABLE UNBREAKABLE
  35. 35. Best Middleware for Oracle DB • Works with Any DBMS But …. • No App Server is Better with Oracle RDBMS • Best End to End Clustering • Comprehensive RAC Integration • Best End to End High Availability • Integrated Back-Up & Disaster Recovery • Best End to End Security • Enterprise User Security, Proxy Authentication • Best End to End Monitoring • Integrated Transaction Tracing • Best End to End Management • Automated Cloning, Patching, Maintenance
  36. 36. Integrate Open Source
  37. 37. MSFT.NET Interoperability • Tight Interoperability • Easy to Co-Exist • Many Customers Use Oracle Fusion Middleware with MSFT.NET MSFT Office 2003MSFT Office 2003 MSFT VS.NET & IndigoMSFT VS.NET & Indigo MSFT Active DirectoryMSFT Active Directory MSFT IIS & NLBMSFT IIS & NLB MSFT Native AuthenticationMSFT Native Authentication MSFT Cluster ServicesMSFT Cluster Services MTS, MSMQ, SQL-ServerMTS, MSMQ, SQL-Server MSFT Biztalk ServerMSFT Biztalk Server
  38. 38. Oracle Applications
  39. 39. P R O T E C T E X T E N D E V O L V E Oracle Applications & Fusion Middleware
  40. 40. Oracle Applications & Fusion Middleware • Fusion Middleware 10g R2 Certified • E-Business Suite 11i – Available Now • PSFT 8.4.7, JDE 8.95, Retek – Q4 CY 2005 • Key Capabilities • Unified Interface Registry & Service Bus • Packaged Composite Applications • Packaged Analytics with ETL & BI Tools • Packaged BAM Operational Dashboards • Unified Enterprise Portal across Apps • Unified User Provisioning & Single Sign-On • Unified Service Level & Policy Mgmt.
  41. 41. vv Oracle Applications & Fusion Middleware Customers Source: Oracle.com
  42. 42. Summary
  43. 43. Best Integrated Middleware Suite
  44. 44. • Application Platform Suite • Development Tools • Application Servers • Web Services Platforms • Enterprise Portals • Business Integration • Identity Management • Web Services Management • ETL Data Integration LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER Best of Breed Middleware Suite
  45. 45. Best of Breed Middleware Suite “Oracle is the Leader” “The Leading Composite App Development and Management Platform” “We are Surprised by (the High) Degree of Integration between Components” “Oracle Scored High Score on All Criteria” Source: Forrester Research (April 2005)
  46. 46. Oracle’s Strategy • Oracle Fusion Architecture • Blueprint for SOA-Based Enterprise Solutions • Oracle Fusion Middleware • Technology Infrastructure for Fusion Architecture • Oracle Business Applications • Integrate, Extend, Evolve through Fusion Architecture • Customer Benefits • Technology Enables Flexibility & Speed
  47. 47. Get Started Today • Build New Applications • Tools, Application Server • Web Enable Legacy Systems • Tools, Application Server, Integration • Automate Manual Business Process • ESB, BPEL, BAM • Actionable Business Intelligence • Data Hubs, BI, BAM • Share Information & Collaborate • Portal, Collaboration Services • Improve Security & Compliance • Identity Management

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