Fusion Middleware Live Application Development Demo - OOW 2013

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Oracle Fusion Middleware (FMW) is used for developing multi-tier, service and process oriented applications. With various tools, technologies, and products. You may wonder how this all fits together – how a Fusion application is composed.

In this session, a small team (using database, ADF, SOA Suite, Oracle Service Bus and BPM) will develop an end-to-end Fusion Middleware application. You can monitor this work on a big screen and listen to clarifications about what is being done. All the concepts and components from FMW appear in an integrated, meaningful context during this session. Attendees will see first-hand what steps are necessary to create a real FMW application. They also get the chance to participate, help direct the development effort by contributing to the functional requirements, ask questions, get live demonstrations for an answer and get real insight in the FMW development process.

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Fusion Middleware Live Application Development Demo - OOW 2013

  1. 1. Fusion Middleware Live Application Development Demo The team: Lucas, Ronald, Lonneke, Simon
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction Case • Introduction Fusion Middleware Architecture • Demo of installing components • Demo of working software • Development demo – BPM – SOA Suite – ADF • Installation demo • Conclusion
  3. 3. Setting • Conference organization • Hundreds of speakers from dozens of countries – And a very meticulous abstract review process • Thousands of attendees • Strict timelines • High quality expectations – We can f*** up precisely once
  4. 4. Business Challenge • Support all users with GUI – Speakers (submit abstracts, upload presentation) – Organizers (review abstracts, schedule sessions) – Attendees (review sessions) • Support the process of the conference organizers
  5. 5. Process and Players
  6. 6. Process and Players ?
  7. 7. Agenda • Introduction Case • Introduction Fusion Middleware Architecture • Demo of installing components • Demo of working software • Development demo – BPM – SOA Suite – ADF • Installation demo • Conclusion
  8. 8. Fusion Middleware
  9. 9. Today’s Architecture ADF BPM SOA Suite Database
  10. 10. Agenda • Introduction Case • Introduction Fusion Middleware Architecture • Demo of installing components • Demo of working software • Development demo – BPM – SOA Suite – ADF • Installation demo
  11. 11. Installing WLS, SOA Suite etc • Enterprise deployment Guide • High availability • Backup & recovery • Monitoring • WLST scripts to automate • Data sources, queues, notification server …
  12. 12. Agenda • Introduction Case • Introduction Fusion Middleware Architecture • Demo of installing components • Demo of working software • Development demo – BPM – SOA Suite – ADF • Installation demo
  13. 13. Demo of application
  14. 14. Agenda • Introduction Case • Introduction Fusion Middleware Architecture • Demo of installing components • Demo of working software • Development demo – BPM – SOA Suite – ADF • Installation demo • Conclusion
  15. 15. Development Demo | BPM • Process
  16. 16. Development Demo | SOA
  17. 17. Development Demo | ADF
  18. 18. Agenda • Introduction Case • Introduction Fusion Middleware Architecture • Demo of installing components • Demo of working software • Development demo – BPM – SOA Suite – ADF • Installation demo • Conclusion
  19. 19. Installing components • Automated deployment • WLST • Deploying to a cluster versus deploying to a single node development server
  20. 20. Agenda • Introduction Case • Introduction Fusion Middleware Architecture • Demo of installing components • Demo of working software • Development demo – BPM – SOA Suite – ADF • Installation demo • Conclusion
  21. 21. Conclusion • Parallel development • Support for different users – User experience practices • Support for business process – Process modeling and design – Case management versus process flow • Installation and deployment

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