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We want that You present your PaaS Partner success at Oracle OpenWorld 2017! Make sure you submit your papers:

Call-for-Papers Oracle OpenWorld 2017

We recommend to submit best practice session of leading edge products like Java Cloud Service, Application Container Cloud Service, Mobile Cloud Service or how to build chatbots and mobile applications. Also highly welcome are joint presentations with your customers. Let us know if you like to get a nice quote from Oracle. For additional call for papers visit our wiki.

See you in San Francisco

Jürgen Kress

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Custom applications with a user interface can be categorized along various dimensions. Is the user interface a front end for a system of record or a system of change or innovation? What about the users: trained power users or very occasional visitors? What is the purpose of the system, such as entice potential buyers or voters, inform and support users with knowledge and information, facilitate data entry and imageother data manipulation tasks? What are the channels and communication protocols through which a user experience should be provided: web browser, mobile device, email, telephone (voice response and SMS), chat, wearables? What are the non-functional specifications: volume, performance, availability, confidentiality. Will the system live for a long time, undergo frequent changes during its lifetime, be used in an international and multilingual environment? How is the change process to be organized, who needs to [be able to]make the changes?

Oracle offers a number of technologies to build custom applications along with a portfolio of cloud services that can be used to create or enrich a part of the end user experience.

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The most prominent application development technologies offered by Oracle are presented in the matrix below, organized by programming language and delivery platform. Each of these technologies can be deployed on the Oracle Public Cloud and except for MAX and ABCS, they can also be run on premises. Except APEX, all of these technologies are used within the SaaS development teams at Oracle and as such guarantee a certain degree of strategic importance and continued evolution and investment for Oracle. The rate of evolution differs considerably between these offerings, with Forms at the mature end and JET on a fast innovation track. The arrows suggest migration paths – both within Oracle and for the rest of the world.

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ADF on JCS-SX and ABCS are the two technologies promoted for doing SaaS extensions – for example on top of ERP Cloud or Sales Cloud, leveraging the quickly growing set of RESTful APIs available with the SaaS products.

Note that plain, standards and/or 3rd party framework based Java EE application development should be considered part of this matrix and the Oracle technology spectrum for application development. Read the complete article here.

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Calling all Oracle Cloud Platform Innovators click here, to submit your nomination today

Call for Nominations: Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation 2016

Are your customers using Oracle Cloud Platform to deliver unique business value? If so, submit a nomination today for the 2016 Oracle Excellence Awards for Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation as their Oracle Sales Partner or encourage them to submit their own nomination. These highly coveted awards honor customers and their partners for their cutting-edge solutions using Oracle Cloud Platform. Winners are selected based on the uniqueness of their business case, business benefits, level of impact relative to the size of the organization, complexity and magnitude of implementation, and the originality of architecture.

Customer Winners receive a free pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2016 in San Francisco (September 18-September 22) and will be honored during a special event at OpenWorld.  Award Winners become great references as well!

Our 2016 Award Categories are:

Benefits:

  • Customers and partners receive awards in an Oscar style ceremony held at Yerba Buena Center of Arts during OOW. They feel acknowledged for their success with our products and winners receive a FREE OOW Pass
  • We hear about exciting new stories and invite customers to speak at various OOW sessions. Customers get a FREE OOW Pass
  • Nominator’s get invited on stage at the OOW award ceremony and a special note sent out to their management chain to highlight their account’s success
  • Great new public references come out of the Innovation Awards effort every year (however it is not required that customers agree to reference up front)

NOTE: The deadline to submit all nominations is 5pm Pacific on June 20th, 2016. Customers don’t have to be in production to submit a nomination and nominations are for both Cloud and on-premise solutions. Click here, to submit your nomination today

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clip_image002Oracle OpenWorld 2015 market an important point for Oracle as all the Oracle PaaS services are in production, more are announced and integration starts. Let us start from the beginning of the Platform as a Service (PaaS) journey for Oracle; at last years OpenWorld Oracle announced several PaaS services in advance of availability. Based on Java Cloud Service, which is available for more than a year, Oracle grow the portfolio within the last 12 months. With the majority in the PaaS service, which became wildly available, the European Partners are leading the adoption to the cloud.

Let’s take a look why, with more 50% of the global specialized partners are based in Europe, it is easy for them to join the journey. Oracle offers the same middleware software on-premises as on the cloud. This enables customers and partners to adopt easy and to secure investments. Over the last 12 months, our partners like Amis have proven successful cloud adoption by building proof of concepts, projects and showcasing our PaaS service. Customer can choose from a variety of cloud service offerings and fist applications at the Oracle Cloud Marketplace for example the Amis Cloud Activator Service. Oracle crossed successful the PaaS Cloud Chasm.

What is the next step in our joint cloud journey? During Oracle OpenWorld 2015 the keynotes focused on the integrated hybrid cloud. Integrated with Developer Cloud Service and also within each other. A great example is the HCL predictive maintenance showcase. The use case includes the complete flow from fault recognition, gather and diagnose information, repair and settle and schedule preventive maintenance. The whole show case was build on the Oracle PaaS Platform including IoT, Integration, Process and Mobile Cloud Service. In the upcoming months integration between cloud services will be much tighter including hybrid scenarios.

The unique Oracle value proposition are the same middleware products on-premises as in the cloud. In case you missed it Oracle release key now on-premises versions including SOA Suite, BPM Suite and WebLogic. Key features include multi tendency in WebLogic 12.2.1, JSON support in SOA Suite 12.2.1, Java Script in Service Bus or in memory SOA to name some of the highlights. This new version make hybrid solutions much easier from deploying the same Java application on a private WebLogic instance or a Java Cloud Service to shifting workload of a running application. Or to start a process in the cloud and continue the same process in a private cloud.

At the same time we see the raise of the citizen developer. Business users with technical background will be able to build dashboards in Data Virtualization Cloud Service or applications by drag and drop including integrations. This cloud adapters can be deployed anywhere on-premises, private cloud or a public cloud. Citizen developers will shift their daily work for Outlook and excel to cloud enabled applications. At the same time we will continue to see consulting companies like Amis to build enterprise applications, for the core competences of our joint customer base, with full blown functionality, big data & warehouses and enterprise wide integration platforms. In this hybrid cloud world security is key.

For your own impressions, keynotes are available on-demand

· Oracle President Thomas Kurian on cloud

· Integrated Cloud Applications and Platform Services

· Larry Ellison on the secure cloud

At the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) we posted the Oracle OpenWorld 2015 keynotes:

Accelerating Digital Transformation OpenWorld General Session Inderjeet Singh 2015.pptx

Cloud Platform Services Diagram Launched at OpenWorld 2015.ppt

Sunday Keynote – Larry Ellison.pptx

Tuesday Keynote – Thomas Kurian.pptx

Tuesday Keynote Larry Ellison.pptx

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 moment’s

clip_image003Ronald Luttikhuizen Thanks to @soacommunity and @wlscommunity for fun #FMW Partner Community reception yesterday #oow15

clip_image005clip_image006Ramkumar Menon@ramkmeno Oct 28 San Francisco, CA

Juergen championing the partner community reception is on the 9th cloud! #ipaas #oow15

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clip_image010clip_image011Luis Augusto WeirAmazing #OOW15 this year @hcltech @SamsungMobile -best part: @MarkVHurd seeing our #OPaaS PredictiveMaintenance demo

clip_image013clip_image014Amit ZaveryKeep up the good work – great to see many of the #cloudplatform @oraclemiddle partners work so well together #oow15

clip_image015Mala RamakrishnanInnovation awards winners #oow15 @OracleBPM @OracleWebCenter

Exciting times! Jürgen Kress

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In case you missed Oracle OpenWorld the best way to get updated is to read Lucas Jellema’s reflections:

· Reflections after Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – PaaS Foundation (WebLogic, Coherence, JCS and Application Container Cloud Service)

· Reflections after Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – Application Development

· Reflections after JavaOne 2015 – the platform (SE, ME, EE) and the community (me, you and us)

· Reflections after Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – Mobility and Internet of Things

· Reflections after Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – Integration

Reflections after Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – Content & Process (or Collaboration & Engagement)

 

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imageAt the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) we posted the Oracle Open World 2015 presentation:

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 Cloud Platform.zip

Oracle Open World 2015 PaaS Industry Solutions.zip

Oracle Open World 2015 WebLogic presentations.zip

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 Developer Tools.zip

Oracle Open World 2015 Mobile.zip

Oracle Open World 2015 IoT.zip

Please use this presentations to run customer facing events & workshops! Oracle Marketing Services help you to promote this events and offer free event kits including marketing budget. For more information please see our Marketing Wiki at the Community Workspace.

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Oracle Open World is finished and IMHO it was great! What I particularly enjoyed was that Oracle this year delivered a lot of what was announced last year. The cloud offerings seem to be heading the right way (Oracle uses industry accepted terms now when talking about cloud, concludes to my definitions and delivers across IaaS, PaaS and SaaS). In addition Oracle Fusion Middleware 12.2.1, in particular WebLogic 12.2.1 is out with multi tenancy micro containers, exportable partitions, a brand new REST management interface, new JDK support, new Java EE 7 support, policies, actions and true elasticity.

WebLogic Server 12.2.1 new features slides Read the complete article here.

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