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Oracle Fusion Middleware Patterns

Today's businesses operate in a rapidly changing climate that demands an unprecedented level of adaptation and innovation. These conditions place equally unprecedented burdens on IT departments, which must now deliver solutions in months rather than years. And those solutions must themselves be flexible enough to support continuous adaptation to an ever-evolving, ever-expanding marketplace. The Oracle Fusion Middleware Patterns article series was created to provide architects and IT leaders with an up-close and personal view of ten real-world IT solutions that meet those criteria. (Continued below)

Pattern Real World Solution
  • Identity Management
  • User Interaction
  • Content Management
  • Building Enterprise 2.0 Applications
  • Wind River used Oracle WebCenter, Oracle Universal Content Management, and Oracle Identity Management to create a self-service, personalized, and collaborative customer support website.
  • by
  • Nam Doan-Huy, YiHong Xu, Narshimha Rao Kondapaka, and Melody Wood
  • Development Tools
  • SOA and BPM
  • Process-Driven SOA Development
  • Elektro Slovenija transformed its procurement process using Oracle BPA and Oracle SOA Suite
  • by
  • Matjaz B. Juric, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Maribor
  • Harish Gaur, Director, Product Management, Fusion Middleware, Oracle
  • Enterprise Performance Management
  • Business Intelligence
  • Achieving Business Insight by Integrating Relational and Multi-Dimensional Data
  • Knowledge Global built a carbon footprint monitoring and forecasting solution (EMMA) by integrating OBIEE with Oracle Essbase.
  • by
  • Ross Sharman, Technical Director, Knowledge Global
  • Juliana Button, Director, Product Management, Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Business Intelligence
  • SOA and BPM
  • Building Intelligent Processes with Insight-Driven Agility
  • Using OBIEE, BPEL PM, and Business Rules, Motability Operations is creating a platform to monitor and improve vehicle remarketing efforts across multiple channels.
  • by
  • Matt Miller, Head of Business Analysis and Quality Assurance, Motability Operations
  • Mark Simpson , SOA Practice Director, Griffiths Waite
  • SOA and BPM
  • Application Grid
  • Data Tier Caching for SOA Performance
  • A major pharmaceutical company delivers a real-time 360-degree view of customers to its sales force using Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Coherence.
  • by
  • Kiran Dattani, Director of Global Architecture for a major pharmaceutial company
  • Milind Pandit, Oracle Consulting Service
  • Markus Zirn, VP, Product Management, Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • User Interaction
  • Business Intelligence
  • SOA and BPM
  • Code-Free Application Extensions and Integrations
  • Using a real-life customer example, the authors illustrate how to use SOA, BPM, Web 2.0 and BI to extend and integrate Oracle applications without writing a single line of code.
  • by
  • Sandeep Banerjie, Senior Director, Product Management, Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Srikant Subramaniam, Product Manager, Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Nikhilesh Chitnis, Senior Sales Consultant, Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • User Interaction
  • Application Grid
  • SOA and BPM
  • User Interaction
  • Business Intelligence
  • SOA and BPM
  • Automating Enterprise Reporting with SOA and Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher
  • This article illustrates how to build an automated reporting platform with SOA, an enterprise reporting tool, and a portal.
  • by
  • John Chung, VP, IT, Arcturus Realty
  • Harish Gaur, Director, Product Management, Fusion Middleware, Oracle
  • Development Tools
  • User Interaction
  • Enterprise Performance Management
  • Content Management
  • SOA and BPM
  • User Interaction
  • Identity Management
  • Portals
  • A Role-Based Approach to Automated Provisioning and Personalized Portals
  • This article demonstrates how an organization can take a role-based approach to automate provisioning and personalize a portal.
  • by
  • Rex Thexton, Managing Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Nishidhdha Shah, Sr. Associate at PwC Consulting
  • Harish Gaur, Director, Product Management, Fusion Middleware, Oracle

The articles in this series reflect the experiences of businesses that have met today's challenges by adopting a new style of development through the use of the integrated tools in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Suite. Written by the people in the trenches, each article offers the first-hand technical details of how these IT professionals assembled their respective solutions by combining multiple components of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Suite, rejecting the old-school strategy of writing thousands of lines of code to build solutions from the ground up.

We hope you and your organization will benefit from the experiences of these pioneering customers who are already practicing Fusion Style development.

Books

The Oracle Fusion Middleware Patterns articles series is now available as Oracle Fusion Middleware Patterns,from Packt Publishing.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

  • Harish Gaur, Director of Product Management, Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Markus Zirn, VP of Product Management, Oracle Fusion Middleware