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Fusion Middleware 11g Keynote Foundation For Innovation

  1. 1. ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 2
  2. 2. 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 purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle. ©2009 Oracle Corporation 3 Oracle Confidential
  3. 3. ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 4
  4. 4. Presenter Name Presenter Title ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 5
  5. 5. Oracle Fusion Middleware ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 6
  6. 6. Oracle Fusion Middleware Unrivalled Customer Growth 90,000+ Application Grid Enterprise Content Management Business SOA Suite Intelligence Enterprise Portals BPEL Process Manager Development Tools Identity Management Application Server ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 7
  7. 7. Oracle Fusion Middleware Customer Satisfaction with Fusion Middleware Source: SatMetrix 11,200 average respondents per quarter ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 8
  8. 8. Oracle Fusion Middleware The Leader in Middleware • Leader in Market Share • Leader in Growth • Leader Performance • Leader Price Performance • Largest Partner Ecosystem • Largest Developer Community ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 9
  9. 9. INTRODUCING The Foundation for Innovation ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 10
  10. 10. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g 1 Unique Design Principles – Complete – Broad approach to middleware – Integrated – Within the family, suites, across Oracle products – Hot-pluggable architecture – Protect investments – Best-of-breed products – No compromises 2 Infrastructure for Agile & Intelligent Business Applications and Processes 3 Optimized for Modern Data Center Architectures and IT Efficiency ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 11
  11. 11. Current Challenges Limitations of Existing Systems, Processes & Approaches Disparate Teams, Static Applications, Process Silos, Ltd. Disconnected Lower Engagement Event Visibility Relationships ? ?? Delayed Time-to- Business Risk and IT Complexity and Change, Brittle Systems Manual Compliance Sprawl ? ? ? ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 12
  12. 12. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g R1 Designed to Solve Important Business Requirements Rich Internet Business Process Enterprise Team & Applications Management Social Computing Application Identity & Compliance Systems Consolidation Customization Management ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 13
  13. 13. LATEST INNOVATIONS JDeveloper & ADF 11g: Unified Design Time & RIA Framework SOA Suite 11g: More Efficient and Agile Applications WebCenter Suite 11g: Enhanced Enterprise 2.0 Portal WebLogic Suite 11g: Enhanced Performance and Availability Identity Management 11g: Industry’s 1st Service-Oriented Security ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 14
  14. 14. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g R1 Designed to Exploit Technology Trends 64 Bit Operating Multi-Core Virtualization Systems & Very Storage Processors & Private Clouds Large Memory Optimized for Modern Data Center Architectures and IT Efficiency ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 15
  15. 15. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g by the Numbers Individual Software Development 1,987 Projects Customer-Driven 5,420 Enhancements Person Years of 7,350 Engineering Hours of Quality Assurance & 13 Million Testing Most Sophisticated Release Ever Delivered by Oracle Middleware Engineering ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 16
  16. 16. Oracle Fusion Middleware Customer Advisory Boards 20+ Advisory Groups Consisting of 1,000+ Members Strategic SOA & Identity Business Enterprise 2.0 Customer Board Application Grid Management Intelligence ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 17
  17. 17. Customer and Partner Input to Fusion Middleware 11g Customers Partners ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 18
  18. 18. Certified with Oracle’s Applications Industry Applications ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 19
  19. 19. ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 20
  20. 20. Developer Tools ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 21
  21. 21. Challenges • Multiple, disparate tools increase complexity and reduce developer productivity • Multiple technologies and delivery channels for rich application development create redundant, 1-off development efforts • Application customizations brittle and create dead- end path @ upgrade or change • Development lifecycle tool lock-in increases costs, limits choice, and hinders reuse ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 22
  22. 22. Key Development Tool Design Themes • Single, Integrated Development Environment • Standards-based Declarative Framework • Multi-Channel, Rich Internet Applications • Unified Metadata Management & Customization • Unified & Open Application Lifecycle Management ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 23
  23. 23. JDeveloper Single, Integrated Enterprise IDE • Lower Complexity, Higher Power and Productivity Java EE ESB BPM Business Development Development Development Rules Java Portal Development Development Common Metadata Manager Common Application Lifecycle Management Common Business Catalog DBMS Desktop & Modeling Mobile Common Modeling Framework Common IDE Framework ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 24
  24. 24. Enterprise Pack for Eclipse Open Source Development • Support and Choice for Open Source Developer Community Database Java Java EE EJB3, JPA Web Service Spring JSF WebLogic Tools Development EclipseLink Development Development Development Server Tools Development Development (WebTools) WebTools) Application X-Ray Dependency Management Common Modeling Framework Common IDE Framework ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 25
  25. 25. Application Development Framework (ADF) MVC Development for the Enterprise • Visual and Standards-based UI/Layout, Controller/Flow, Model/O-R Development Device View Controller Model • Device & • JSF Components • JSF Page Flow • O-R Mapping Browser Adaptation • Ajax & DHTML • JSR 227 Data • EJB 3, JPA Binding • Flash • WebServices ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 26
  26. 26. Common Metadata Management Transparent Application Customization & Upgrade • Protect user-level customizations at upgrade Java ESB & Web Business Business Enterprise Business Business Services Processes Rules Portal Analytics Logic JDeveloper Composer Common Metadata Manager Common Metadata Dictionary Metadata Access & Versioning Metadata Extension & Customization ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 27
  27. 27. Application Lifecycle Management Complete, Integrated, Open ALM • Productivity and Choice for Development Teams Design Define & Develop Track Project Collaborate with Others Check-in, Change Build & Version Manage Profile & Test ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 28
  28. 28. Demonstration Application Development Framework ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 29
  29. 29. Service-Oriented Architecture ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 30
  30. 30. Challenges • Separate SOA and EDA Architectures Limit Composite Application Development and Business Response • Proprietary Approaches to Transport-Level Communication via ESB Add to Complexity, Delays • Disparate Process Types Create Exceptions and Errors • Increasing Event and Service Volumes, Delayed Response • Escalating Costs to Achieve SOA Business Alignment, Scalability and Visibility ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 31
  31. 31. Key SOA Design Themes • Single, Standards-based Event & Service Foundation • High Speed, Multi-Transport Service Bus • Unified Business Process Management • Complex Event Processing & Activity Monitoring • Integrated Governance & Policy Management ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 32
  32. 32. Unified SCA Event & Service Infrastructure • Faster, Standards- • Accelerated Business based Development Response Mediation Mediation Web services Web services and adapters and adapters Service Bus Business CEP & BAM B2B SCA Process Integration Composite Mgr Editor BPEL BPEL orchestration Human orchestration Human Tasks Tasks Spring Spring /Java /Java Business Rules Business Rules Human Imaging & Business Workflow Doc Rules Unified Customization Workflow Unified Packaging & Lifecycle Unified DT and RT Metadata Common Metadata, Packaging, Deployment, Monitoring Unified Design Time Unified Service Invocation & Event Distribution Service Component Architecture Runtime Events SOA Infrastructure – JAX-*, WS-*, WS-I JAX- WS- WS- JMS Rules Editor Process Editor Routing Editor Request Applications DB, Files Web Services, REST Reply ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 33
  33. 33. Service Bus Open Connectivity, High Performance Messaging • High-speed • Standards-based • Complete Service Request Publish Policy capabilities Mgmt. Transform Rules Reply Virtualization Subscribe – Connectivity – Transport – Mediation SCA Foundation High Speed, Pluggable Transport – Virtualization – Transformation Adapters/Connectors to External Systems – Policy management ERP, CRM DB, Files Web Services JMS REST ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 34
  34. 34. Unified Business Process Platform Single Workflow Engine for People, Systems, Documents • Increased Automation and Accuracy 1. Define Rich Business Editors 2. Deploy Integrated Process Analytics 3. Monitor Native BPEL and BPMN 4. Optimize Enterprise Scale SOA Platform • BPEL4People, BPMN • Capture, Forms Recognition, Workflow Developer Rich AJAX Web-based Tooling Workflow Forms Business Editors ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 35
  35. 35. Event Processing & Activity Monitoring Real-Time Business Event Management • Sense, Capture & Respond to Business Events Event Sources SELECT S.city, AVG(temp) FROM SOME_STREAM S [range by 10 slide by 5] WHERE S.state = Database ‘California’ GROUP BY S.city Applications Action Framework KPI Impact Analysis Messaging CEP Processor RFID Lightweight OSGI Server ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 36
  36. 36. Integrated SOA Governance Comprehensive Governance & Policy Management • Maintain SOA alignment with business objectives • End-to-end lifecycle governance SOA Management Registry/Repository Policy Manager Pack Publish, Discover, Change Federated Policy Manager Provision Services & Manage Services Monitor SLAs ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 37
  37. 37. Demonstration SOA … ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 38
  38. 38. Enterprise Portal ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 39
  39. 39. Challenges • Use of separate tools and platforms to create portals, applications, web sites is costly and time consuming • Manual, one-off integrations limit process and IT efficiency • Siloed productivity tools independent from applications and processes adds complexity, limits enterprise efficiency • Enabling users to work together across teams, enterprises and beyond creates IT bottleneck, lowers business response & agility ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 40
  40. 40. Key Enterprise Portal Design Themes • Unify RIA, Web Sites, Enterprise Portal Development • Content, Application, Business Process Integration • Social Computing Unified with Business Applications • Pre-Packaged, Rapidly Customizable Team Sites ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 41
  41. 41. Enterprise Portal Framework Oracle WebCenter Framework • Unified, standards- based portal framework – Single point of Web Site RIA integration Enterprise Portal – Create easily Declarative Design & Visual Assembly customizable, context- Integrated Content Management & Search rich applications – Drive reuse Metadata Management & Customization • Mobile devices Standard Data Binding & Portlet Interfaces – Consistent experience Identity Management Content Management ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 42
  42. 42. Application Integration Oracle WebCenter Packaged Portlets and Composer • User empowerment • Information relevance WSYIWYG Site Personalization Composer Drag and Drop Mashup Assembly Unified Business Catalog & Metadata Data Integration: REST, JSR-168/286, WSRP 2.0 Business Content Database Repositories Business Business Custom/LOB Web Services Systems Processes Applications Intelligence Apps ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 43
  43. 43. Content Management Rich Content Management & Search • Information-enriched user experience • More context for decision-making WYSIWYG Content Contribution HTML Editing Digital Asset & Rights Management Content Indexing & Secure Search Content Versioning, Foldering, Workflow MSFT Office Content Integration: JSR-170 BLOG Third Party ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 44
  44. 44. Social Computing Oracle WebCenter Social Computing • Enterprise-ready, Web 2.0 capabilities • Integration with key apps and processes Rapid Assembly & Customization Unified Security & Profile Management Integration with Enterprise Applications Pre-Packaged Social Computing Services Wiki Blogs Tagging Linking RSS Presence & Chat Discussions ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 45
  45. 45. Oracle WebCenter Spaces Team Sites • Scalable to team, • Dynamic, group- department, enterprise & based communities beyond Pre-Packaged Team Web Site Browser-based Personalization Pre-Packaged Folders & Communities People Process Pre-Packaged Content Management Information ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 46
  46. 46. Demonstration Create, Manage, and Share a Portal ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 47
  47. 47. Application Grid ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 48
  48. 48. Challenges • Compromised responsiveness and reliability as business grows, data-sets expand, and load becomes more volatile • Inefficiency in deploying and utilizing resources as infrastructure sprawls relentlessly • Increasing operational costs to manage heterogeneous environment • Inability to effectively leverage computing innovations ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 49
  49. 49. Key Application Grid Design Themes • Application Server with Unmatched Performance, Scalability and Reliability • In-Memory Data Grid with Terabyte Scale-Out • Unified Systems and Application Management • High Speed Java VM Optimized for Multi-Core ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 50
  50. 50. WebLogic Server Java Enterprise Platform • Unified foundation for J2EE development • Easily address database access bottlenecks Service Component Architecture JPA Web JavaServer Security (TopLink) Services Faces WebLogic Server (Java EE 5) Clusters, Messaging, Transactions, Workload Mgt, JMX Microkernel Smart Upgrade 10g 11g GridLink for Oracle RAC ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 51
  51. 51. Latest Performance Benchmarks Continued Leadership – Single Node SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard 6,000 6,334 5,250 4,500 3,750 4,410 World World 3,975 3,000 Record Record 2,250 1,500 750 1,197 00 Oracle Oracle Oracle IBM WebLogic Server 10.3 WebLogic Server 10.3 WebLogic Server 10.3 WebSphere 6.1 HP Proliant DL580G5 IBM System p570 Sun Sparc Enterprise 24 Cores Dell PowerEdge R610 4 Cores 32 Cores Xeon 7460 8 Cores Power 6 SPARC T5440 Xeon 5570 See: http://www.spec.org/jAppServer2004/results/ Confidential ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle 52
  52. 52. Latest Performance Benchmarks Continued Leadership – Dual Node SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard 8,000 7,000 7,311 6,000 5,000 World World 4,794 4,000 Record Record 3,000 2,000 1,000 00 Oracle Oracle IBM WebLogic Server 10.3 WebLogic Server 10.3 No result Dell PowerEdge 2950 Dell PowerEdge 2950 16 Cores 16 Cores Xeon 5470 Xeon 5470 See: http://www.spec.org/jAppServer2004/results/ Confidential ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle 53
  53. 53. Latest Performance Benchmarks Continued Leadership – Multi Node SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard 28,600 26,400 28,463 24,200 26,655 22,000 19,800 22,634 World World 17,600 15,400 Record Record 13,200 11,000 8,800 6,600 4,400 2,200 00 Oracle Oracle IBM WebLogic Server 10.3 WebLogic Server 10.3 WebSphere V7 HP-UX Integrity HP-UX Integrity Application Server BL870c Server BL870c Server BladeCenter HS21 17 nodes 16 nodes 16 nodes 136 Cores 128 Cores 128 Cores Itanium 9100 Itanium 9100 Xeon 5470 See: http://www.spec.org/jAppServer2004/results/ Confidential ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle 54
  54. 54. Latest Performance Benchmarks Continued Leadership – JOPS/Core SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS/Core 500 497 400 300 World World Record 299 Record 200 100 00 Oracle IBM WebLogic Server 10.3 WebSphere 6.1 IBM System p570 Dell PowerEdge R610 4 Cores 8 Cores Power 6 Xeon 5570 ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 55
  55. 55. Enterprise Grid Messaging JMS message Queuing with Optimized Performance and Scalability • Built-in, complete & highly available • Up to 6X performance and throughput increase Persistent Queuing WebLogic Server 35000 WebLogic JMS 30000 25000 Optimized File I/O & Disk Messages per Second Scheduling Algorithms 20000 15000 10000 5000 Producers and Consumers Storage Array 0 1 4 8 16 32 64 WebLogic 100byte Competitor 100byte WebLogic 4KB Competitor 4KB ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 56
  56. 56. Coherence In-Memory Data Grid with Zero Data Loss • Extreme scale-out terabytes of data • Hot-pluggable support for heterogeneous environments Java EE on Java EE on POJO C++ .NET WebLogic other App Server Server Application Application Application Higher Throughput and Lower Latency Guaranteed Zero Data Loss Dynamic Database Access & O-R Mapping Capacity Adjustment Efficient Data Access Mainframe Offloading ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 57
  57. 57. Enterprise Manager Insight to Automation Diagnostic Insight Driving Built-In Real Operations Insight Automation Real Operations Automation Monitoring Provisioning Diagnostics Configuration Performance Management Clustering Service Level Management Adaptation ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 58
  58. 58. JRockit High-Speed Java Optimized for Multi-Core and NUMA • Run efficiently on multi-core architectures • Improve performance and throughput C1 C2 C3 C4 External Interfaces L1 L1 L1 L1 Memory & Resource Management L2 L2 L2 L2 I/O L3 L3 Thread Mgmt. Language Model Local Memory Remote Memory Code Generation ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 59
  59. 59. Demonstration App Grid… ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 60
  60. 60. Identity Management ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 61
  61. 61. Challenges • IT overhead 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 • Difficult to segment authentication of roles, duties, etc. at a fine-grained level • Security tied to each application is complex, costly to manage and inefficient to deploy across the enterprise ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 62
  62. 62. Key Identity Management Design Themes • Highly Scalable & Reliable Directory Infrastructure • Unified & Integrated Access Management • Declarative, Fine-Grained Entitlement Mgmt • Integrated Identity & Role Provisioning & Admin • Foundation for Service-Oriented Security ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 63
  63. 63. Directory Services Identity Infrastructure Oracle Virtual Directory Oracle Internet Directory • Centralized administration Standard LDAP & Java APIs • Scalable and Unified Administration Console reliable Deployment Accelerators • Accelerated Directory deployment Services Virtualized Access to Id Stores Manager Multiple Mainframe / Multiple DBMS Applications Directories Legacy ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 64
  64. 64. Access Management Comprehensive Authentication & Authorization • Scalable and lower TCO • Integrated access control Partners/Affiliates Kerberos & Basic Auth. • Connectivity across protocols Portals Single Sign-On Across Enterprise Secure Mutual Authentication Risk-Based Strong Authentication Databases & OS/Legacy Biometric Web Services Access Control Universal Federation Framework InfoCard Applications ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 65
  65. 65. Entitlements Management Fine-grained Authorization Management • Functional Security: profiles, roles, access E-Mail • Data Security: data-level authorization Standard XACML Policies Windows & Sharepoint Fine-Grained Access Control Centralized Policy Monitoring JDeveloper Functional & Data Security Applications Policy Store Physical Security ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 66
  66. 66. User & Role Administration Account Provisioning & Role Management • Individual users • Role-based provisioning for E-Mail improved security & admin productivity Provisioning Workflow & Rules Directory Server Databases & OS Legacy User, Role & Org Management Self Service & Registration HR Applications User & Role Reconciliation Applications Other Sources Identity Data Physical Security ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 67
  67. 67. Platform Security Services Declarative Security Framework • Foundation for service-oriented security • Accelerated application security development and deployment Windows & SharePoint Externalize Credential Mgmt. Externalize Access Mgmt. Applications Externalize Entitlements Mgmt. Custom/LOB Apps Centrally Monitor & Administer Authorization Policy Manager Credential Store Identity Store Policy Store Fusion MW & Oracle VPD Policies ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 68
  68. 68. Identity Analytics Access & Identity Auditing Role Mining and Governance Correlate Activity & Entitlements Databases Risk Analytics & Compliance Reports Segregation of Duties Management Common Audit Framework Network Devices Compliance Control Panel Identity Warehouse Users Orgs Delegate d Admin Authenticatio n Events Identity Mgmt Busine LDAP ss Groups Requests Roles Access Approval Authorization IT Roles Policies s Events Entitlements Packaged Apps ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 69
  69. 69. Demonstration Identity Management… ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 70
  70. 70. Final Thoughts ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 71
  71. 71. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g R1 Designed to Solve Important Business Challenges Static Applications, Rich Internet Lower Engagement Applications Process Silos, Ltd. Business Process Event Visibility Management Disparate Teams, Enterprise Team & Disconnected Relationships Social Computing Delayed Time-to- Application Change, Brittle Systems Customization Business Risk and Identity & Compliance Manual Compliance Management IT Complexity and Systems Consolidation Sprawl ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 72
  72. 72. LATEST INNOVATIONS JDeveloper & ADF 11g: Unified Design Time & RIA Framework SOA Suite 11g: More Efficient and Agile Applications WebCenter Suite 11g: Enhanced Enterprise 2.0 Portal WebLogic Suite 11g: Enhanced Performance and Availability Identity Management 11g: Industry’s 1st Service-Oriented Security ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 73
  73. 73. Highest Quality & Automated Upgrade Attractive to Existing Customers • 13 Million Hours of Automated Testing • 1.4 Million Hours of Stress & Cluster Testing • 52,000+ Automated Test Suites • 220,000 Individual Tests run Nightly • 376 Beta Customers in 6 Phase Beta • 3,500+ Oracle Application Developers • Automated Upgrade from 10gR3 & 10gR2 ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 74
  74. 74. Oracle Fusion Middleware The Leader in Middleware – Gartner Magic Quadrants • Enterprise Application Servers • Application Infrastructure • Application Infrastructure for Composite-Applications • Application Infrastructure for New Service-Oriented Business Application Projects • Application Infrastructure for Back End Application Integration Projects • User Provisioning • Web Access Management • Horizontal Portal Products • Enterprise Content Management • Corporate Performance Management Suites • Business Intelligence Platforms ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 75
  75. 75. Oracle Fusion Middleware The Leader in Middleware – Forrester Waves • Application Server Platforms – All • Application Server Platforms – Web • Application Server Platforms – SOA • Application Server Platforms – Java/ J2EE • Application Server Platforms – Independent SOA Platforms • Enterprise Content Management Suites • Identity Management • Integration-Centric Business Process Management Suites • Business Performance Solutions • Enterprise Business Intelligence Tools • Enterprise Search & Reporting • Information-As-A-Service ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 76
  76. 76. Best of Breed Middleware The Leader in Middleware - The World’s Leading Companies 90,000+ Global Customers 29 Dow Jones 30 98 Fortune 100 ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 77
  77. 77. Oracle Fusion Middleware Complete, Integrated, Hot-Pluggable, Best-of-Breed ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 78
  78. 78. Session Evaluation Information Please rate this session now. Management Section 2 – Keynote Presentation ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 79
  79. 79. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Launch Center www.oracle.com/fusionmiddleware11g ©2009 Oracle Corporation Oracle Confidential 80

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