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  • New features include:All middleware products run on WebLogic Server (OR "All middleware products run on Application Grid")- Java VM tuned for multi-core processors (JRockit)- Framework for Rich Enterprise Applications (ADF)- Portal with application integration & social computing (WebCenter)- Unified SOA & Event-Driven Infrastructure (SOA Suite)
  • From 2006 through today, we rolled out at least two significant product release for every one of our major product suites. Each one of these was a major release, with new products and hundreds to thousands of enhancements. Information on these releases can be found at Oracle.comIn 2009 Oracle issued more Applications Unlimited releases than ever before, including:E-Business Suite 12.1, PeopleSoft Enterprise 9.1, Siebel CRM 8.1.1.CRM On Demand 16, JD Edwards World 9.2, Agile PLM 9.3, Agile PLM for Process 6, G-Log OT 6.0
  • New features include:All middleware products run on WebLogic Server (OR "All middleware products run on Application Grid")- Java VM tuned for multi-core processors (JRockit)- Framework for Rich Enterprise Applications (ADF)- Portal with application integration & social computing (WebCenter)- Unified SOA & Event-Driven Infrastructure (SOA Suite)
  • New features include:All middleware products run on WebLogic Server (OR "All middleware products run on Application Grid")- Java VM tuned for multi-core processors (JRockit)- Framework for Rich Enterprise Applications (ADF)- Portal with application integration & social computing (WebCenter)- Unified SOA & Event-Driven Infrastructure (SOA Suite)
  • If you look at the basic principles of SOA, none of them are exactly new: Re-use has been a concern in software forever, and started at the code level, driving the Object Oriented programming revolution and was then extended to runtime re-use. Loose coupling is what triggered the emergence of messaging systems and EAIStandard-based interfaces were a key concept of CORBA, SOAP, etc.Etc.So for the past 10-15 years we have seen the emergence of various technologies trying to enable these architectural concepts. Each new technology was learning from the previous one and refining or extending the model. The current SOA technologies revolve around “suites”, basically collections of best-of-breed engines to cover the full spectrum of SOA requirements. The differentiators between one vendor and another are usually the breadth of their suite, and their integration: is the suite merely a collection of very different products, or did the vendor tried to rationalize its tooling to simplify the management and learning curve? With the SOA Suite 10.1.3 Oracle clearly had an edge there, as can be seen in the InfoWorld review (which, as it is worth pointing, is really the only hands-on evaluation that exists today). But still, there are some remaining challenges: service distribution makes management and monitoring significantly more complex- Metadata fragmentation translates into more complex application lifecycles.With 11g, Oracle is trying to address these challenges and is leading the next generation in SOA technologies: Service Platforms. This new generation combines the flexibility and power of a best-of-breed approach with the ease-of-use and performances benefits of an integrated approach. The flexibility and hot-pluggability is preserved by leveraging standards more than ever, including new ones (such as SCA that we will be discussing next). That hot-pluggability aspect is key. Without it, you risk being locked into a platform and not being able to incrementally adopt the latest and greatest technologies that might be needed to stay ahead of the curve.
  • New features include:All middleware products run on WebLogic Server (OR "All middleware products run on Application Grid")- Java VM tuned for multi-core processors (JRockit)- Framework for Rich Enterprise Applications (ADF)- Portal with application integration & social computing (WebCenter)- Unified SOA & Event-Driven Infrastructure (SOA Suite)
  • New features include:All middleware products run on WebLogic Server (OR "All middleware products run on Application Grid")- Java VM tuned for multi-core processors (JRockit)- Framework for Rich Enterprise Applications (ADF)- Portal with application integration & social computing (WebCenter)- Unified SOA & Event-Driven Infrastructure (SOA Suite)
  • New features include:All middleware products run on WebLogic Server (OR "All middleware products run on Application Grid")- Java VM tuned for multi-core processors (JRockit)- Framework for Rich Enterprise Applications (ADF)- Portal with application integration & social computing (WebCenter)- Unified SOA & Event-Driven Infrastructure (SOA Suite)
  • And this is the basic architectureSpend time on this slide explaining the role of each boxUpper part is core application, lower part is integration SOA layerOn the top you have MVC model for development – better reusability and easier changes
  • Oracle Open World 2009 Review V1.6

    1. 1. Torsten WinterbergDirektor Strategie & InnovationOPITZ CONSULTING GmbH<br />Björn BröhlDirektor Strategie & InnovationOPITZ CONSULTING GmbH<br />Nachlese und Ausblick<br />Essen, 29.10.2009<br />Oracle Open World 2009 <br />
    2. 2.
    3. 3. Agenda<br />Highlights 2009<br />Oracle Infrastructure & Management<br />Oracle Database<br />Oracle Fusion Middleware<br />Oracle Fusion Applications<br />Oracle Specialized<br />OC@Keynotes<br />Ausblick auf die Zukunft<br />
    4. 4. 1<br />Highlights 2009<br />
    5. 5. Comewithquestions, leavewithanswers.<br />Oracle Open World, Oktober 2009<br />ca. 40.000 Teilnehmer<br />1900 Präsentationen (2 von OPITZ CONSULTING)<br />Eigentliche Konferenz, Oracle Develop, Ausstellung, Demogrounds, …<br />Briefings<br />Oracle AceDirector Briefing im Headquarter<br />Oracle SOA Partner Advisory Council<br />Customer Advisory Boards für<br />SOA<br />BPM<br />Governance<br />EDA / CEP<br />Zahlreiche 1:1s <br />
    6. 6. Paint that town red…<br />
    7. 7. How’s your conference?<br />
    8. 8. Oracle SoftwareComplete. Open. Integrated.<br />Complete<br />Everything you need<br />Every product is Best of Breed<br />Open<br />Build on standards<br />Hot pluggable, Embeddable/Integratable<br />Integrated<br />Products are configured/pre-integrated to work together very well, provide a unified user experience, administration across the stack<br />Applications<br />Middleware<br />Database<br />Infrastructure & Management<br />
    9. 9. Technologie-Stacks im Vergleich<br />Consulting <br />Services<br />3rd Party SIs<br />SAP Consulting<br />Oracle Consulting<br />3rd Party SIs<br />IBM GlobalServices<br />SugarCRM,others<br />MicrosoftBusiness<br />Solutions<br />Applications<br />Fusion<br />Applications<br />mySAP<br />3rd Party ISVs<br />Development <br />Tools<br />PHP, Eclipse<br />Visual Studio .NET<br />NetWeaver / ABAP<br />Rational / WebSphere<br />Oracle Tools / J2EE<br />MiddlewareSuite<br />JBoss, Spring,Geronimo<br />NetWeaver<br />WebSphere<br />.NET<br />FusionMiddleware<br />Database<br />Oracle,<br />DB2, MySQL,SQL Server<br />Database 11g,TimesTen IMDB,Berkeley DB<br />MySQL,PostgreSQL<br />SQL Server<br />DB2<br />Operating<br />System<br />Linux<br />Linux/Unix/Windows<br />Linux/Unix/Windows<br />Linux/Unix/Windows<br />Windows<br />Hardware<br />Hardware<br />Hardware<br />Hardware<br />Hardware<br />
    10. 10. Oracle Infrastructure & ManagementComplete. Open. Integrated.<br /><ul><li>New release of Oracle VM
    11. 11. Oracle VM 2.2 now available
    12. 12. Oracle VM Template Builder
    13. 13. Certified with Oracle Applications
    14. 14. Oracle Enterprise Manager
    15. 15. 10g R5 – broader & deeper management across stack
    16. 16. Application Testing Suite 9.0 – unified testing solution</li></li></ul><li>Oracle DatabaseComplete. Open. Integrated.<br /><ul><li>#1 in Database
    17. 17. Major new release – Database 11g R2
    18. 18. Reduce server costs up to 5X through consolidation
    19. 19. Reduce downtime by upgrading databases online
    20. 20. Certification with Oracle Applications by end of year
    21. 21. Transformational new product: Exadata V2
    22. 22. Lower storage costs by compressing data 10X</li></li></ul><li>Oracle Fusion MiddlewareComplete. Open. Integrated.<br /><ul><li>#1 in Middleware
    23. 23. Major new release – Fusion Middleware 11g
    24. 24. 4X improvement in Java developer productivity
    25. 25. 1 Terabyte of Application Data delivered from In-Memory Grid
    26. 26. Unified Business Process Management & SOA
    27. 27. Integrated team sites & Enterprise 2.0 portal
    28. 28. Certified with Oracle Applications
    29. 29. World record performance in every application server benchmark</li></li></ul><li>Oracle ApplicationsComplete. Open. Integrated.<br /><ul><li>#1 in CRM, SCM and HCM
    30. 30. Continuing to grow our customer base
    31. 31. More Applications Unlimited releases than ever
    32. 32. E-Business Suite 12.1, PeopleSoft Enterprise 9.1, Siebel 8.1.1, …</li></li></ul><li>1<br />Oracle Infrastructure & Management<br />
    33. 33. Sun Microsystems und Oracle<br />„the Sky isthe Limit“<br />SUN+Oracle:keine Übernahme, sondern eine „enge Kooperation“<br />
    34. 34. Sun SPARC/Solaris is #1 in All 7 Key Commercial Benchmarks<br />#1 in OLTP<br />#1 in Oracle BI EE<br />#1 in Oracle Hyperion<br />#1 in SAP<br />#1 in PeopleSoft Payroll<br />#1 in Java Appserver<br />#1 in Web/Network<br />
    35. 35. Sun Oracle Database Machine<br />
    36. 36. Sun FlashFire Technology<br />
    37. 37. World&apos;s Fastest Flash Array<br />Sun StorageF5100 Flash Array<br /><br />
    38. 38. Flash Versus Disk Storage <br />A single rack unit <br />with 1.6M IOPSruns on<br />14 racks<br />with 1.6M IOPSruns on<br />80 Flash Modules<br />3,000 Disks<br />300 Watts<br />40,000 Watts<br />Flash Saves 130X the Power and 580X the Rack Space<br />
    39. 39. “We&apos;re In ItTo Win It.”<br />
    40. 40.
    41. 41. SUN – eine performante Plattform für Oracle<br />
    42. 42. SUN + Oracle = viele Oppertunities<br />
    43. 43. Hardware von OracleExadata - Problemstellung<br />DWH Implementierungensind oft beschränktdurch die I/O-BandbreitezwischendemDatenbankserver und demPlattensubsystem<br />Engpaß in Bezug auf Prozessorleistung und Fibre Channel Loops im Storage Array<br />BegrenzteAnzahl von Fiber Channel Host Bus Adapternim Server<br />Schlechtausgebaute und komplexe SANs<br />LeitungenzwischenPlatten und Server 10- bis 100-fach zukleinfürgewünschteDatenmenge<br />
    44. 44. Hardware von OracleExadata – Die Lösung<br />Hinzufügen von Leitungen – ParalleleArchitektur<br />VergrößernderLeitungen– 5-fach schnelleralskonventionelleAnbindungen<br />WenigerDatendurch die Leitungentransportieren– Datenbearbeitung und –filterung am Plattenspeicher<br />
    45. 45. Hardware von OracleExadata V2 – Hardware von SUN !<br /><ul><li>auchoptimiertfür OLTP-Systeme
    46. 46. bestehtausbiszu 8 DB-ServernSun Fire X4170 und
    47. 47. bis zu 14 Sun Fire X4275 Storageservermit Sun FlashFire technology</li></ul>Hardware von<br />Software von<br />
    48. 48. Oracle GridConrol und MyOracleSupport<br />
    49. 49. Oracle GridConrol und MyOracleSupport<br />
    50. 50. Oracle GridConrol und MyOracleSupport<br />
    51. 51. Oracle GridConrol und MyOracleSupport<br />GridControl 11g soll in 2010 veröffentlicht werden<br />Beta-Program (mit Beteiligung von OC) startet Anfang 2010<br />Integration von My Oracle Support in GC durch ein Patch von !?<br />
    52. 52. 2<br />Oracle Database<br />
    53. 53. Oracle Database<br />keine wirklichen Neuigkeiten<br />viele Vorträge über 11g R2<br />Solaris SPARC und X86 11gR2 kommen kurzfristig (!!!!)<br />Unterstützung für 11gR2 erst in GridControl 11g verfügbar<br />Kompression/Dekompression findet bei 11gR2 in den Storage Cells statt<br />Neue Option „Flash Cash“ wird nur auf Linux und Solaris verfügbar sein (Auslagerung von Blöcken auf SSDs)<br />
    54. 54. MySQL Innovation<br />“MySQL and Oracle don&apos;t compete at all,” said Mr. Ellison, adding that he would not sell MySQL.<br />-Financial Times,22 September 2009 <br />
    55. 55. 3<br />Oracle Fusion Middleware<br />
    56. 56. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g<br />Fundamental Principles<br /> Complete and integrated family of best-of-breed products<br /> Hot-pluggable architecture<br />Infrastructure for Agile & Intelligent Business Applications<br />Optimized for Modern DataCenter Architectures<br />
    57. 57. Oracle Fusion Middleware<br />Applications<br />Middleware<br />Database<br />Infrastructure & Management<br />
    58. 58. Oracle und SUN<br />
    59. 59. Java Innovation<br />“Java speaksfor itself.”<br />Oracle CEO Larry Ellison-The Register,22 September 2009 <br />
    60. 60. JDeveloperSingle, Integrated Enterprise IDE<br />DBMS Modeling<br />Java Development<br />BPM Development<br />Java EE Development<br />ESB Development<br />Business Rules<br />Portal Development<br />Desktop & Mobile<br />Common Metadata Manager<br />Common Application Lifecycle Management<br />Common Business Catalog<br />Common Modeling Framework<br />Common IDE Framework<br />
    61. 61. User Experience<br /> Fragmented customer facing & marketing systems<br /> Fragmented order capture & transaction systems<br /> Outdated e-commerce & collaboration infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Need: Unified, Modern Multi-channel User Experience</li></li></ul><li>Siebel Call Center<br />ADF Rich Client<br />User Experience<br />Siebel Product Catalog<br />Siebel Order Capture<br />Content Management<br />WebCenterCommunities & Collaboration <br />SpatialServer<br />
    62. 62. Enterprise Portal Communities<br />Enterprise Portal Services & Content<br />Unified Security & Access Control<br />Unified User Profile & Session Context<br />Multi-Channel AccessOracle WebCenter Integration<br />MSFT Sharepoint<br />MSFT Outlook<br />MSFT Office<br />Mobile PDA, Phone<br />Departmental<br />Web Site<br />
    63. 63. Service-Oriented Architecture<br />Standards-based Event & Service Infrastructure<br />High Speed, Multi-Transport Service Bus<br />Unified Business Process Management<br />Complex Event Processing & Activity Monitoring<br />Integrated Governance & Policy Management<br />
    64. 64. Emergence of Service Platforms<br />SERVICE PLATFORM<br /><ul><li>Integrated for ease-of-use & optimized performances
    65. 65. Yet, fully standards-compliant</li></ul>SCA<br />ESB<br />BPEL<br />WSDL<br />Web Services<br />XSLT<br />J2EE<br />XML<br />EAI<br />Messaging<br />CORBA<br />
    66. 66. Common Metadata, Packaging, Deployment, Monitoring<br />Unified Service Invocation & Event Distribution <br />Service Component Architecture Runtime<br />SOA Infrastructure – JAX-*, WS-*, WS-I<br />JMS<br />Unified Event & Service InfrastructureCommon SCA Runtime<br />Service Bus<br />Business Process Mgr<br />Human Workflow<br />Imaging & Doc Workflow<br />Business Rules<br />CEP & BAM<br />B2B Integration<br />Request<br />Reply<br />Events<br />DB, Files<br />Web Services, REST<br />Applications<br />
    67. 67. Unified DevelopmentSCA Composite & Business Editors<br /> Unified Customization<br />Unified Packaging & Lifecycle<br />Unified DT and RT Metadata<br />Unified Design Time<br />Mediation<br />Web servicesand adapters<br />Process Editor<br />Rules Editor<br />BPEL orchestration<br />Human Tasks<br />Spring /Java<br />Business Rules<br />SCA Composite Editor<br />Routing Editor<br />
    68. 68. Service BusOpen Connectivity, High Performance Messaging<br />Policy Mgmt.<br />Request<br />Reply<br />Service<br />Virtualization<br />Publish<br />Subscribe<br />Transform<br />Rules<br />JMS<br />SCA Foundation<br />High Speed, Pluggable Transport<br />Adapters/Connectors to External Systems<br />ERP, CRM<br />DB, Files<br />Web Services<br />REST<br />
    69. 69. Event Processing & Activity MonitoringReal-Time Business Event Management<br />Event Sources<br />Database<br />Applications<br />Messaging<br />RFID<br />SELECT, AVG(temp)<br />FROM SOME_STREAM S<br />[range by 10 slide by 5]<br />WHERE S.state = ‘California’<br />GROUP BY<br />Action Framework<br />KPI Impact Analysis<br />CEP Processor<br />Lightweight OSGI Server<br />
    70. 70. Business Process Management<br /> Poorly integrated order capture & supply chain<br /> Inability to correlate inventory & demand patterns<br /> Inability to respond to fluctuations in business<br /><ul><li>Need: Packaged & Customizable Business Process</li></li></ul><li>Fusion Middleware Human Workflow<br />AIA PIP & Fusion Middleware SOA Suite<br />Business Process Management<br />Order Capture<br />Supply Chain<br />Suppliers & Logistics Providers <br />
    71. 71. Web-based<br />Business<br />Editors<br />Rich AJAX <br />Workflow Forms<br />Rich Business Editors<br />Integrated Process Analytics<br />Native BPEL and BPMN<br />Enterprise Scale SOA Platform<br />Developer<br />Tooling<br />Unified Business Process PlatformSingle Workflow Engine for People, Systems, Documents<br />
    72. 72. Integrated SOA Governance Comprehensive Governance & Policy Management<br />Registry/Repository<br />Policy Manager<br />SOA Management Pack<br />Publish, Discover, Change Manage Services<br />Federated Policy Manager<br />Provision Services & Monitor SLAs<br />
    73. 73. EMEA SOA Community Award<br />
    74. 74. Business Intelligence<br /> No Operational Intelligence across Systems & Functions<br /> No Operational Intelligence where users can act on it<br /> Slow warehouse prevents drill-to-detail on transactions<br /><ul><li>Need: Packaged BI Applications with high performance data warehouse</li></li></ul><li>Business Intelligence<br />BI EE Dashboard<br />ActionableInsight<br />Business Process<br />(Fusion MiddlewareSOA Suite)<br />Essbase & Hyperion Planning<br />Sun Oracle Database Machine<br />
    75. 75. JRockitHigh-Speed Java Optimized for Multi-Core and NUMA<br />C1<br />C2<br />C3<br />C4<br />L1<br />L1<br />L1<br />L1<br />L2<br />L2<br />L2<br />L2<br />L3<br />L3<br />Local Memory<br />Remote Memory<br />External Interfaces<br />Memory & Resource Management<br />I/O<br />Thread Mgmt.<br />Language Model<br />Code Generation<br />
    76. 76. WebLogic ServerJava Enterprise Platform<br />Clusters, Messaging, Transactions, Workload Mgt, JMX<br />Service Component Architecture <br />JPA (TopLink)<br />Web Services<br />Security<br />JavaServer Faces<br />WebLogic Server (Java EE 5)<br />Microkernel<br />GridLink for Oracle RAC<br />
    77. 77. Coherence In-Memory Data Grid with Zero Data Loss<br />.NET<br />Application<br />Java EE on WebLogic Server<br />POJO<br />Application<br />Java EE on other App Server<br />C++<br />Application<br />Higher Throughput and<br />Lower Latency<br />Guaranteed Zero Data Loss<br />Dynamic Capacity Adjustment<br />Efficient Data Access<br />Mainframe Offloading<br />Database Access & O-R Mapping<br />
    78. 78. Golden Gate<br />Akquisition von Oracle<br />Replikationslösung basierend auf Logfiles<br />Unterstützung von Replikationen zwischen verschiedenen Datenbank-Versionen<br />Zero-Downtime Migration für Datenbank und Anwendungen<br />Oracle Streams „wird weiterhin supported“ – damit abgelöst !?<br />Wenn man eine Goldengate Lizenz kauft, ist ActiveDataguard enthalten<br />
    79. 79. Golden Gate<br />
    80. 80. „Projekt Sierra“<br />Produktstudie für den Betrieb von MS Sharepoint auf einer Oracle Datenbank<br />ausschließlich die Files in der Oracle DB gespeichert<br />Metadaten müssen weiterhin in SQL Server verbleiben (unter Verwendung der lizenzfreie Variante des SQL Servers)<br />Dateien werden über API in der Oracle DB gespeichert <br />kein Eingriff in Sharepoint, damit ist der Support durch Microsoft sichergestellt<br />der Ansatz ist in erster Linie als Konsodierungs-Plattform für weit verteilte Sharepoint-Installationen gedacht<br />wir bleiben an dem Thema dran <br />
    81. 81. 4<br />Oracle Fusion Applications<br />
    82. 82. Lange erwartet – bald wirklich da…Oracle Fusion Applications<br />Modular aufgebaute, hochintegrative Familie von Anwendungen. <br />Die Fusion Applications V1:<br />Setzen zu 100 Prozent auf der Fusion Middleware auf<br />Basieren auf SOA-Ansatz, Von Anfang an SaaS- und Cloud-fähig ausgelegt.<br />Sind als &quot;Next Generation Application&quot; zu sehen<br />In enger Zusammenarbeit mit einer großen Menge bestehender Kunden entstanden<br />Auf funktionale Vollständigkeit, Usability etc. getestet. <br />Der aktuelle Status ist &quot;Code Complete“.<br />Feldtest mit ausgewählten Kunden. <br />Alte und neue Anwendungen über BPEL integrierbar.<br />&quot;Youhavethechoicetomoveifyouwanttowhenyouwantto“ (Ellison)<br />
    83. 83.
    84. 84. 5<br />Oracle Specialized<br />
    85. 85. Enablement 2.0 – Oracle Specialized<br />Ablösung der bestehenden Partner-Stufenin 2010<br />Grund: Akquisition vieler Firmen (Technologie und Partnerschaften) durch Oracle<br />Möglichkeit für Kunden gezielter den passenden Oracle Partner zu finden<br />OPITZ CONSULTING strebt wieder die höchste Partner-Stufe (Platinum) an<br />
    86. 86. Die neuen Stufen<br />
    87. 87. Specialized Partners are…<br />… And they enjoy additional benefits, including:<br />New Specialization notification and orientation communication<br />OPN Specialized logo<br />Promotion in newsletters, websites, advertising, etc.<br />Internal partner-finder priority placement <br />Partner Specialization announcements in internal newsletters<br />Free assessment/exam vouchers<br />Release control documentation<br /><ul><li>Eligible for quote from Oracle executive for press release
    88. 88. Access to Oracle meeting room facilities
    89. 89. Access to Demonstration Solutions Services
    90. 90. Free Support service requests
    91. 91. Free Support service requests for Enterprise Linux Basic And Oracle VM
    92. 92. Access to implementation methodologies</li></li></ul><li>Planned Specializations<br />69 Solution Specializations<br />26 Industry Concentrations<br />Aligned with Oracle Product Strategy<br />
    93. 93. 6<br />OC @ Keynotes<br />
    94. 94. …Impressionen aus den Keynotes<br />
    95. 95. 7<br />Ausblick auf die Zukunft<br />
    96. 96.
    97. 97. Wenn sich der Nebel lichtet…<br />Zukunft von SUN/Oracle bleibt spannend… <br />Java, MySQL, SOA, AppServer, Tooling<br />Office Suite, Solaris, Hardware, Virtualisierung, ...<br />Complete. Open. Integrated.<br />SOA, BPM, Integration und Multikanal-User Interfaces sind Schlüsseltechnologien.<br />Unified Plattform: „complete“ abgeschlossen – ab jetzt Optimierung<br />Fusion Applications naht. <br />OC Kontakt zu Oracle ist enger denn je<br />Interesse an Betaprogrammen?<br />Teilnahme an Customer Advisory Boards?<br />Partizipation an Early Access Programmen?<br />
    98. 98. Oracle Release Roadmap<br />APEX 4.0<br />Fusion Applications V1<br />2010<br />2011<br />2009<br />FMW 11gR1 PS 1<br />FMW 11gR1 PS 2<br />FMW 11gR1<br />FMW 11gR2<br />DB 11gR2 on Windows<br />Database 11gR2<br />Oracle VM 2.2<br />Oracle VM 3.0<br />Database 12x<br />DB 11gR2 XE<br />Exadata V2<br />OOW 2009<br />
    99. 99. … as a Service<br />
    100. 100. EinZitat… (Werbung auf den Oracle Bussen)<br />Desperation yields cost cutting.<br />Innovation yields cost savings.<br />Let‘s Innovate!<br />
    101. 101. Noch ein Zitat… (Aus Extreme Innovation Session)<br />„Kicked Butt, Had Fun, Didn&apos;t Cheat, Loved Our Customers, Changed Computing… Forever !”<br />Scott McNealy<br />Chairman & Co-Founder,<br />Sun Microsystems, Inc.<br />Chairman, Sun Federal, Inc.<br />
    102. 102. Fragen und Antworten<br />
    103. 103. Ansprechpartner<br />Björn Bröhl<br />Direktor Strategie & InnovationOPITZ CONSULTING GmbH<br /><br />Torsten Winterberg<br />Direktor Strategie & InnovationOPITZ CONSULTING GmbH<br /><br />
    104. 104. Appliance BuilderIntelligent Capacity Management and Provisioning<br />Appliance<br />Appliance<br />Appliance<br />Middleware<br />Application Server<br />Java VM<br />OS<br />Appliance Builder<br />Virtualization<br />Software Appliances<br />Traditional Deployment<br />
    105. 105. Orchestration<br />Human interaction<br />Policy evaluation<br />Monitoring<br />The Fusion Architecture<br />Business Logic<br />View<br />Data<br />User Interface<br />ADF Faces components<br />Business Services<br />ADF Business Components<br />DatabaseSchema<br />Data<br />Binding<br />WebCenter<br />SDO Services<br />Events<br />Mediator /BPEL Process<br />Human WorkflowService<br />RulesEngine<br />Business<br />ActivityMonitoring<br />facts<br />Assign <br />Task<br />results<br />Task<br />Complete<br />