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AUGUST 2018

 
 
 
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Dear PaaS Partner Community,

The Next-Generation Cloud as autonomous services becomes available. For an overview of the Autonomous PaaS Platform watch the on-demand webcast here. You can also attend an upcoming hands-on Innovate & Integrate and Extend SaaS Bootcamps across Europe. This Bootcamps are designed for consultants who implement CX, ERP or HCM Cloud solutions and for developers who want to get an PaaS overview.

In case you missed our PaaS kickoff webcast on-demand recoding is available here. In this webcast Ed Zou and myself highlight the five journey’s to the cloud, the latest PaaS sales kits for Move & Improve Apps, Leverage SaaS, Build New Cloud-Native Apps, Build New Cloud-Native Apps, Optimize IT Security and Optimize Systems Management. In the second part of the webcast we focus how you as a partner can get support including sales kits, free cloud trial services, promote your services and applications and get trained and certified.

In case you missed our Autonomous Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) kickoff webcast on demand recording is available here. You can also attend an Integration Day across the US. Thanks to Niall who published an OIC technical overview series part I and part II. Thanks to the community for sharing all the Integration articles: ICS to OIC Migration & Digital Success Demands Integration Excellence & Vibrant and Growing: The Current State of API Management & Apply SSL certificate on API CS physical Gateway node & Read XML file using Oracle ICS / OIC FTP adapter & SOASuite12c - BPEL: JTA transaction is not in active state

In the BPM section we published an article from Barry on How robotics can humanise your workforce. UiPath and Oracle joined a partnership to offer a complete robotic process automation (RPA) platform. For partners we offer a partner resource kit. To start with RPA join our monthly community webcast.

Blockchain Cloud Service is a transformation technology. With the availability of Blockchain Cloud Service we published a partner resource kit here. This kit includes sales material including a customer presentation in ppt format, cheat sheet and elevator pitch, references, training material and free cloud trials. For an Blockchain introduction watch Joost and Robert’s videos

Thanks to the community for sharing all innovation articles: Analyzing the Blockchain Advantage & Prepping for the Oracle AI Cloud: Machine Learning & Oracle Cloud - Using AI cloud Platform to find a parking spot & What’s new in Oracle IoT Production Monitoring – Summer 2018 edition.

For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The August edition highlights the availability of Blockchain Cloud Service, Chabot and Innovate SaaS hands-on training's. This month’s community webcast will introduce the Robotic Process Automation, please join our monthly Partner Community Webcast – August 21st 2018.

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Jürgen Kress

Jürgen Kress
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Table of Contents Table of Contents
Announcements & Community Section
> Robotic Process Automation - PaaS Partner Community Webcast – August 21st 2018
> PaaS Partner YouTube Update August 2018
> Next-Generation Cloud
> Innovate & Integrate and Extend SaaS Bootcamps
> Oracle Developer Meetups in Utrecht, Brussels, London, Lisbon, Madrid, Cologne and Oslo
> PaaS free trial accounts ICS, SOA CS, API CS, PCS, IoT and PaaS for SaaS
Integration Section
> Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud: The Future of Integration has Arrived watch the on-demand webcast
> Digital Success Demands Integration Excellence
> Oracle Integration Day is Coming to a City near You
> Vibrant and Growing: The Current State of API Management
> Apply SSL certificate on API CS physical Gateway node
> ICS to OIC Migration
> OIC Integration 101 Part I
> OIC Integration 101 Part II
> Read XML file using Oracle ICS / OIC FTP adapter
> SOASuite12c - BPEL: JTA transaction is not in active state
Business Process Management Section
> How robotics can humanise your workforce
> Robotics Process Automation & Process Cloud Service partner resource kit (by UiPath & Oracle)
Architecture & User Experience & Innovation Section
> Blockchain Partner Resource kit
> Getting Started with Transformational Technologies Today
> Blockchain, Hyperledger Fabric, and Composer
> Analyzing the Blockchain Advantage
> Rethink Trust 2018: Joost Volker, Making Enterprise Blockchain a Reality
> Prepping for the Oracle AI Cloud: Machine Learning
> Oracle Cloud - Using AI cloud Platform to find a parking spot
> What’s new in Oracle IoT Production Monitoring – Summer 2018 edition
Additional new material PaaS Community
> Top tweets SOA Partner Community – August 2018
> Training Calendar SOA & BPM Partner Community
> My private Corner Meet the Cloud Expert
 
 
 

Announcements & Community Section


 
 

Robotic Process Automation - PaaS Partner Community Webcast – August 21st 2018


Webcast

Attend our August edition of the PaaS Partner Community Webcast live on August 21st 2018 at 17:30 CET.

Robotic Process Automation
In partnering with Oracle, UiPath complements the Process Automation capabilities in Oracle Integration Cloud to deliver a powerful and scalable digital workforce that operates at the speed of today’s market.
Together, UiPath and Oracle help you tame legacy complexity for quick wins that pave the way to practical AI.

Presenter:
Eduardo Chiocconi
Product Manager

Visit the registration page here.
Call ID: 9139664 and Passcode: 257449
UK: +44 (0) 208 118 1001 &
United States: 140 877 440 73
More Local Numbers
Eduardo Chiocconi

Schedule:
Tuesday August 21st 17:30 - 18:30 CET
Visit the registration page here.

Missed our PaaS Partner Community Webcast? – watch the on-demand versions:

For the latest information please visit Community Updates Wiki page (SOA Community membership required).


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PaaS Partner YouTube Update August 2018


The August edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three topics:

Paas Updates August
  • Blockchain Cloud Service
  • Chatbot and Innovate SaaS hands-on training’s
  • PaaS Community Webcast Robotics Process Automation

For regular updates please subscribe to our YouTube channel here. Thanks for your likes and sharing the video on YouTube and LinkedIn. For the latest PaaS Community information please visit our Community update wiki here (Community membership required).

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Special Report: Next-Generation Cloud


Next Generation Cloud This month, Oracle announced its next-generation Oracle Cloud Platform services featuring built-in autonomous capabilities, including Oracle Mobile Cloud Enterprise, Oracle Data Integration Platform Cloud, and Oracle API Platform Cloud Service. With embedded AI and machine learning, these services automate operational tasks to enable organizations to lower cost, reduce risk, accelerate innovation, and get predictive insights.
Here, learn more about Oracle’s next-generation Oracle Cloud Platform services. Plus, find out more about Oracle’s newest cloud offerings, and get highlights from Profit’s spring issue about companies that are using the cloud to disrupt industries and meet rising customer expectations

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Innovate & Integrate and Extend SaaS Bootcamps


Innovate & Integrate and Extend SaaS Bootcamps

We offer 2 days hands-on Bootcamps across Europe. The training is most suitable for SaaS consultants who want to innovate, integrate and extend Oracle SaaS solutions:

For additional information please see the Integrate, Innovate and Extend SaaS Partner Resource Kit

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Oracle Developer Meetups in Utrecht, London, Lisbon, Madrid, Cologne and Oslo


Want to learn more about developing Enterprise-grade Cloud Native applications on the Oracle Cloud Platform, covering topics like Microservices Architecture, developing in Node, Python and PHP, using Low Code development tools to build Mobile apps, and much more? Join the Oracle Developer Meetup groups if you want to follow Oracle’s solutions in this area, or participate in the events and hands-on labs we organize:

Meetups

Please let us know in case you want to run an event at one of this location or you want to start your local meetup. We are looking forward to support you and sponsor the event with pizza and beer!

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PaaS free trial accounts ICS, SOA CS, API CS, PCS, IoT and PaaS for SaaS


As part of our communities we do offer free PaaS accounts (only for partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa. In case you are not part of EMEA please contact your local partner manager):

Paas free trial

Questions? Feel free to contact our Facebook chatbot - send us a message here.

Watch the GSE Overview Video!Get an overview of what GSE is and how you can use GSE to help you sell. You can also get long running dedicated PaaS instances, therefore please send us details about your use cases. For instant access please request a sandbox demo.

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Integration Section


 

Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud: The Future of Integration has Arrived watch the on-demand webcast


On Demand Webcast

Accelerate your path to digital transformation by eliminating barriers between business applications through a combination of machine learning, embedded best-practice guidance, prebuilt application integration, and process automation.
Join the Future of Integration Now

  • Watch a demonstration of machine learning-based recommendations
  • Learn why Oracle integration is easier
  • Understand how to apply integration to your use cases
  • Learn how global organizations are using Autonomous Integration to connect their SaaS applications.
    Watch the on.demand webcast here.

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Digital Success Demands Integration Excellence Piyush Maskey


Digital success demands

Cloud complexity – the new innovation killer

Migrating core business applications to the cloud is the future for organizations of all sizes and across industries. However, knowing where you are going is not the same as knowing how best to get there. There is no cookie-cutter template for cloud migration. It is a highly-complex process that should not be embarked upon lightly.

Yet, the truth is many (probably most) organizations rushed into the cloud pell-mell with ‘shadow IT’ initiatives, where line-of-business leaders provisioned point solutions from external cloud providers without support from IT. While the upside of this practice is speed, and in some cases ‘islands of efficiency,’ the downside includes potential security breaches, data-governance issues and runaway complexity with multiple cloud services (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) spanning all delivery models (public, private, hybrid). Read the complete article here.

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Oracle Integration Day is Coming to a City near You by Vika Mlonchina


Applications, Data and API's

Are you able to innovate quickly in the new digital world? Are you looking for ways to integrate systems and data faster using a modern cloud integration platform? Is your organization able to achieve differentiation and disruption? Is your Data Integration architecture allowing you to meet your uptime, replication and analytics/reporting needs?

Join Oracle product managers and application/data integration experts to hear about best practices for the design and development of application integrations, APIs, and data pipelines with Oracle’s Autonomous Integration Platform. Hear real-world stories about how Oracle customers are able to adopt new digital business models and accelerate innovation through integration of their cloud, SaaS, on-premises applications and databases, and Big Data systems. Learn about Oracle’s support for emerging trends such as Blockchain, Visual Application Development, and Self-Service Integration to deliver competitive advantage.
Read the complete article here.

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Vibrant and Growing: The Current State of API Management by Bob Rhubart


Oracle Developer Podcast

"Vibrant and growing all the time!" That's how Andrew Bell, Oracle PaaS API Management Architect at Capgemini, describes the current state of API management. "APIs are the doors to organizations, the means by which organizations connect to one another, connect their processes to one another, and streamline those processes to meet customer needs. The API environment is growing rapidly as we speak," Bell says.

"API management today is quite crucial," says Bell's Capgemini colleague Sander Rensen, an Oracle PaaS lead and architect, "especially for clients who want to go on a journey of a digital transformation. For our clients, the ability to quickly find APIs and subscribe to them is a very crucial part of digital transformation. Listen to the podcast here & visit the books wiki here.

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Apply SSL certificate on API CS physical Gateway node by Ankur Jain


SSL certificate on API CS physical Gateway node

High level steps to configure SSL in API CS physical Gateway

  • Create Java KeyStore (JKS) and generate key
  • Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
  • Send the CSR file to CA to issue the certificate
  • Import Certificates (Root, Intermediate(if any) & Server)
  • Import API CS Certificate into Keystore
  • Configure SSL in WebLogic Server
    • Change KeyStore type in WebLogic Server
    • Specify path of Identity KeyStore and Trust KeyStore
    • Specify Private Key Alias in WebLogic Server
    • Enable SSL in WebLogic Server
  • Update Hostname Verification property
  • Update the https URL of Gateway in API CS management console
  • Import backend Services certificate into Keystore (if backend service is https enabled)
  • Test API
Create Java KeyStore (JKS) and generate key
Keytool utility is a Key and Certificate Management Tool and is available in $JAVA_HOME/bin. Before we start, set JAVA_HOME and PATH variables. Use below two command to set JAVA_HOME and PATH variables.
Read the complete article here.

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ICS to OIC Migration by Abhay Kumar


Introduction

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) and Integration Cloud Service (ICS) are iPaaS offerings from Oracle. ICS was released back in 2015 has now been superseded by OIC. Customers on ICS can choose to be on ICS or migrate to OIC to take advantage of new features and services built into OIC. The comparison of ICS and OIC is out-of-scope of this blog post.

This blog post describes migration steps from ICS to OIC. Customers who have a implemented ICS can make use of this blog post to migrate from ICS to OIC.

Click here to read more.

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OIC Integration 101 Part I by Niall Commiskey


OIC Integration

Many folks have been asking me for introductory/basic OIC labs.
Here is the first of a series.
I begin with integration - OIC's integration component has a few basic concepts.

Connections: to the apps I want to integrate. We can connect to apps via app specific adapters, e.g. Fusion ERP adapter, SAP adapter, SFDC adapter. If OIC does not provide an app specific adapter then you can look at using one of the technical adapters e.g. SOAP, REST, FTP adapters etc.

Integrations: The leveraging of those connections to implement an integration flow.

A simple example - I need to keep the sales account object from Sales Cloud synced with the Organization object from Service Cloud. Both essentially refer to a customer albeit in pre-sales and post-sales mode. Ergo, I sell something to a customer via Sales Cloud, now I want to service that something via Service Cloud.

Now to some OIC speak -
An integration starts with a Trigger and usually end with an Invoke.
In the above example, the Trigger could be a SOAP or REST request that has a Sales Cloud Sales Account object as its payload. The Invoke would then leverage the Service Cloud Adapter to Create an Organization in Service Cloud.
Read the complete article here.

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OIC Integration 101 Part II by Niall Commiskey


OIC Integration

In this post I will cover Orchestrations and the whole area of Monitoring.
This post pre-supposes you are familiar with the basics of OIC, covered in the previous post.

So what do Orchestrations offer me?
More flexibility, when it comes to integration design.

Let's look at the 2 patterns currently available -
App Driven Integration - here is a simple scenario -

The API (Trigger) accepts in an Organization object.

The Integration logic is as follows -

  • Check if the Organization already exists
    • If Yes - then return a message with the existing Organization ID.
    • If No - then create the Organization and return a message with the new Organization ID.
Simple stuff - I will re-use the Service Cloud Connection from the previous post. Read the complete article here.

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Read XML file using Oracle ICS / OIC FTP adapter by Ankur Jain


Oracle OIC

This article will show you another capability of Oracle ICS / OIC FTP adapter to Read XML files. After this article, you will be learned how to parse XML files which reside FTP location.

Important Blogs to learn more about Oracle ICS / OIC

In the previous article we have showcased how to create FTP adapter.In the example, an ICS scheduled will be developed which will read an XML file from SFTP location and logs the data in logs file. Below is the sample file which we'll use to read Let's have a look how to achieve the use case step by step

  • Create an FTP connection. Please go through the article to see how to create FTP connection
  • Create a Scheduler integration. Have a look on how to create Scheduled integration
  • Drop the FTP adapter on Integration canvas and go through the wizard
  • Enter the Endpoint name as per your choice and Click Next button. Read the complete article here.

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SOASuite12c - BPEL: JTA transaction is not in active state by Martien van den Akker


SOA Suite 12c

Yesterday I ran into this pretty weird problem.

A bit of context...

I have two BPEL services to generate documents using BIP. One I created earlier that is based on a generic XML used by BIP to generate multiple letters. Now I had to create another one that is a report, so uses another XML. I generated an XSD for both XML's but since they haven't got a namespace, but same element names, I can't have them in the same composite. So, I duplicated the code.

I created a WSDL with two operations, one for the letters and one for the report, so I wanted to call the report from the service that created the letters. The first service is called 'GenerateDocument', but with an operation 'GenerateLetter', but with an added operation 'GenerateReport'.

So I changed the BPEL and replaced the 'Receive' by a Pick: In the invoke it calls the 'GenerateReport' BPEL service, that does basically exact the same as in the scope under the 'Generate Letter' OnMessage.

In the 'GenerateReport' BPEL service (and from the 'Generate Letter' scope) I call a Base64Encoding service. It gets an XML in, and it will encode it to string using ora:getContentAsString() and encode that using a Spring bean, based on a quite simple java bean:

But now the problem...

So, called seperately, the 'Generate Report' service functioned just fine. Also the 'Generate Letter' operation of the 'Generate Document' service, thus the 'Generate Lettter' OnMessage from the Pick above, function just fine. But, when I call the 'Generate Document' service using the 'Generate Report' operation, resulting in the other OnMessage I'll get the following message on return from the Base64Encoding service:
Read the complete article here.

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How robotics can humanise your workforce by Barry O'Reilly

Previously in this blog series, we’ve explored some examples of how businesses and software vendors are using automated intelligence (AI) and application programming interfaces (APIs) to innovate with disparate data sources—combining them to deliver greater value for customers and workforces.

Another area of innovation that’s improving the way organisations go about their business and the way they serve their customers is robotic process automation (RPA). For many, when they think of RPA, they think of large, cumbersome mechanical processes augmented by robots and industrial machinery. But take a moment to consider how many repetitive, low-value, mechanical and time-consuming—yet essential—tasks are carried out by members of your workforce.

Click here to read more.

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Robotics Process Automation & Process Cloud Service partner resource kit (by UiPath & Oracle)

Overview

Click here to read more.

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Architecture & User Experience & Innovation

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Blockchain Partner Resource kit

The Blockchain kit contains sales material with positioning, battle card, customer ppt, references, training material, cloud services and Specialization:

Content requires PaaS Partner Community membership (free registration here)

Click here to read more.

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Getting Started with Transformational Technologies Today


Transformational-Technology

Three new ways to drive your business forward. From personal computing to the dawn of the internet and the evolution of mobile devices, new have helped to transform the world we live in. Now, the emergence of three transformational technologies is changing work, government, society—even our lives. Implement these transformational technologies in the enterprise and you can build leaner business processes, develop innovative products, automate tasks, and minimize costs.Read the complete article here.

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Blockchain, Hyperledger Fabric, and Composer

Robert Van Molken, author of "Blockchain Across Oracle" (2018, Packt) discusses the disruptive power of Blockchain, and offers background on Hyperledger Fabric and Composer.

Watch the video here.

Blockchain Video

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Analyzing the Blockchain Advantage by Michael Singer


Blockchain Advantage

Blockchain is making an impact everywhere around us. From its origins as a cryptography method debuting ten years ago, the practice of securing data blocks in a chain led the way to developing digital currencies, authenticating crowdfunding, and verifying company governance documents, among other uses.

You don't have to look far to see how companies are investing and growing their business with the help of blockchain technology. California recently passed legislation to encompass blockchain technology for electronic signatures and smart contracts. Walmart is using blockchain to track groceries along its supply chain. The related market is forecast to gain revenue worth $20 billion by 2024, up from the $315 million in revenue companies realized in 2015, according to estimates with Transparency Market Research.

But as in all things data, analyzing the information helps keep companies competitive. There's a lot of hype around blockchain thanks to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. However, we know the technology has practical uses in business and is even more valuable when using cloud-based analytics to derive insights. Read the complete article here.

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Rethink Trust 2018: Joost Volker, Making Enterprise Blockchain a Reality by Joost Volker

Enterprise Blockchain

Watch the video here.

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Prepping for the Oracle AI Cloud: Machine Learning by Léon Smiers


Oracle AI Cloud

This blog is part of a series on the introduction of the Oracle AI Cloud as part of the Oracle PaaS offering. In the first blog, The business case for the Oracle AI Cloud, we describe the capabilities and usage scenarios. The second blog, Prepping for the Oracle AI Cloud: libraries and tools, provides an overview of Python and the available data science and machine learning Libraries in the Oracle AI Cloud. In this blog, we will we will delve into the basics of machine learning and take a detailed look at the scikit-learn library in order to be prepared for the next blog on the “Deep Learning Frameworks” feature of the Oracle AI Cloud.

Machine Learning

Machine learning makes it easier to extract answers from data. It uses models and data, lots of data, to train a model in making a prediction. The goal of this training is to create an accurate model that answers (or predicts) our questions correctly based upon a set of measurements of specific data features. The distribution of the features then helps in finding groupings, also known as classifications. These classifications then in turn give input to the prediction. By continuously evaluating the results, we are able to improve the learning algorithm. Read the complete article here.

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Oracle Cloud - Using AI cloud Platform to find a parking spot? by Johan Louwers


Oracle AI Platform

One of the new and upcoming parts of the Oracle cloud is the Oracle AI Cloud platform. In effect this is a bundle of pre-installed frameworks and libraries who are tuned to run on the Oracle cloud infrastructure. One of the deployments in the Oracle AI Cloud Platform is OpenCV. When you are working with incoming visual data this might be of much interest to you. OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) is a library of programming functions mainly aimed at real-time computer vision. Officially launched in 1999, the OpenCV project was initially an Intel Research initiative to advance CPU-intensive applications, part of a series of projects including real-time ray tracing and 3D display walls.

Example usecase
as an example usecase for using OpenCV from the Oracle AI Cloud Platform we like to outline a theoretical case where on a regular base pictures of a "old fashion" parking space at an airport are being uploaded to OpenCV. based upon the images that are being send to OpenCV on the Oracle AI Cloud Platform the system can detect on which part of the parking area most open spots are and direct visitors to this area. Read the complete article here.

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What’s new in Oracle IoT Production Monitoring – Summer 2018 edition by Harish Gaur


Oracle IoT

Continuing with the “What’s new” series, we will look at what’s new in Oracle Production Monitoring Cloud over the last 3 months across three key innovation themes. For the uninitiated, Oracle IoT Production Monitoring (IoT PM application) monitors the performance of your factories at different levels, starting from a global perspective to then drill down to the health of specific machines. It gives you real-time visibility into your production process and helps you diagnose and predict production issues so that you can increase the uptime of your factories. It also helps you schedule maintenance so that you can minimize the disruption to your daily operations.

Digital Thread

IoT Apps enable frictionless hand-off across different stages of the supply chain, beginning with design & production to transport to field use.

The integration with Oracle Manufacturing Cloud is now available. Why is this important? Oracle Manufacturing Cloud enables engineers to quickly define the necessary data for their plant hierarchy, and create work definitions and design production process. With this new integration, Oracle IoT PM app can download work orders from Oracle Manufacturing Cloud, associate specific machines with the work orders, and view work orders in the factory view. As a factory manager, you can load the production plan by work orders and track their progress.

The integration with Oracle Maintenance Cloud is now available. Why is this important? Using Oracle Maintenance Cloud, now it’s possible to import machines from the SCM Maintenance Cloud into Oracle IoT Production Monitoring Cloud Service. When an incident is created against an imported machine in Oracle IoT Production Monitoring Cloud Service, the incident automatically translates into a work order in the SCM Maintenance Cloud. For example, if a threshold rule triggers an incident when a device associated with a machine is overheating, a work order corresponding to the incident automatically gets created in the SCM Maintenance Cloud. Incidents can be triggered by a business rule in reaction to an event (machine has overheated), by proactive detection of anomalies behavior (machine may overheat) or by predicting the future state of the shop floor machine (machine will overheat in 48 hours from now). Read the complete article here.

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Top tweets SOA Partner Community August 2018


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Training Calendar SOA & BPM Partner Community

For the latest trainings please visit our SOA & BPM Partner Trainings wiki (membership required) feel free to add your offerings!


Training Highlight Innovate & Integrate and Extend SaaS Bootcamps
We offer 2 days hands-on Bootcamps across Europe:

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My private Corner Meet the Cloud Expert



Meet the cloud expert

Bandit the Cloud Expert and I are looking forward to welcome you at the PaaS Summer Camp 2018 in Lisbon. During the whole week hands-on training you will become an expert in Oracle PaaS solutions. For some of the training’s we offer an Oracle certification at the end of the week. Lisbon is a beautiful city, friendly persons and great food. We call it the Summer Camp because Bandit and I are looking forward to take a sundowner drink with you at the beach!

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