Month: October 2008

The latest release of SOA Suite and BPA Suite has been released for a while now, so you’re probably wondering, what’s in it for us … Well let’s have a look at the new features in Oracle Bpel Process Manager Ability to represent real load, to represent the engine behaviour and to know […]

You’ve read about the ADF Methodology Group that was founded for the masses and the group is still growing and the topics are evolving. More information regarding the ADF Methodology can be found on the Oracle wiki page. Today I’ve added some content regarding a definition on ADF Taskflows, BPM, UML, BPEL, etc. and especially […]

In the ODI CAB Meeting held during Open World we’ve heard a lot of new insights regarding ODI Suite and several cases. To sum up the main differentiators of ODI when talking about a Data Integration Strategy: ODI Suite: Data Delivery Services by usage of ESB, the mediator ODI Suite: Orchestration of composite services through […]

I went to the presentation of Lonneke and Ronald regarding AquaLogic vs. Oracle, which was a really great presentation with a good overview and an objective comparison of both environments. This mix session was 1 of the winning sessions for Oracle Open World and it’s a hot topic nowadays of course.What were the tools that […]

One of the sessions I’ve attended at Open World in regards of a customer case we’re working on, was regarding Siebel and Webcenter integration. The presentation was to high-level which wasn’t that interesting after all, but I learned more about the packaging strategies for Webcenter. Of course I got a bit more information regarding the […]