The secret is out - all of us here are heads down working on BPM as a PaaS. You may have already visited us at cloud.oracle.com/process
and like most BPM enthusiasts, perhaps you can barely wait to get your
hands on the service and see how you can automate your turnkey business
processes in a snap. A BPM PaaS solution, where all the maintenance and
infrastructure is taken care of for you, allowing (more...)
Как крупные, так и небольшие предприятия сегментов В2С и В2В из России и стран СНГ демонстрируют интерес к облачным технологиям Oracle. В 2015 финансовом году Oracle клиентами Oracle Cloud в этом регионе стали компании из всех ключевых отраслей, включая розницу, дистрибуцию, финансовый, государственный, телекоммуникационный, нефтегазовый сектора и промышленность. Важно отметить, что облачные решения приносят компании новых клиентов в СНГ, которые ранее не использовали продукты Oracle. Помимо передовой функциональности их привлекает удобная и доступная модель приобретения, (more...)
Read this latest announcement from Oracle to find out more about how TekStream Solutions, a solution services company in North America streamlined project management and administration and improved client project delivery with Oracle Documents Cloud Service, an enterprise-grade cloud collaboration and file sync and share solution. Learn how, within the first month of its use, TekStream was able to cut project administration costs by 30% and reduce complexity to not only drive client results faster (more...)
With Oracle Process Cloud you can forget these days when you was waiting long to deploy BPM process and test Human Task UI. No need to wait anymore, in Oracle Process Cloud you could use Application Player feature, this allows to run the process and test Human Task UI almost instantly.
To demonstrate Application Player functionality, I have implemented basic process of Data Entry for the Claim Handling:
Introducing Oracle Mobile Cloud Service part of the Cloud Platform Webcast Series
As a kickoff to the Oracle Cloud Platform Series: Oracle, Pella Corporation, Xamarin, introduce Oracle Mobile Cloud Service and the value it provides in building engaging apps quickly, while reducing costs and simplifying enterprise mobility.
Mobile computing has experienced explosive growth in the past decade, and this is just the beginning. At the heart of any organizations’ digital strategy, Mobile is the primary (more...)
If you work in enterprise user experience (UX) it will come as no surprise that the humble pen and paper remains in widespread use for everyday business.
Sales reps, for example, are forever quickly scribbling down opportunity info. HR pros use them widely. Accountants? Check. At most meetings you will find both pen and paper and digital technology on the table.
I recently upgraded to CrashPlan 4.3.0 which I use to backup my Synology to a remote location.
On Synology, you can only use CrashPlan in a headless manner, so I am running “the head”, the client, from my MacBook.
After the update to CrashPlan 4.3.0, I was unable to connect to the engine running on my Synology. And that is a pain, as I cannot control the CrashPlan setup anymore, which (more...)
Oracle Process Cloud (https://cloud.oracle.com/process) allows to invoke SOAP services, along with REST services. You can define a library of SOAP services in Oracle Process Cloud application and use them within the process. This helps to integrate with business logic running on premise.
I have implemented regular SOAP service in ADF BC, just to test how it works to invoke it from Process Cloud:
SOAP service method accepts employee ID and checks (more...)
With the introduction of Oracle Process Cloud Service (https://cloud.oracle.com/process) there is an option to run your business process in the cloud. You can implement very similar things as it is possible with BPM 12c in JDeveloper, but only in the cloud. There is no option to implement human task UI with ADF, it must be done with Web Forms (light UI forms implementation framework). This is disadvantage, as it will require (more...)
Topic: Better Team Development with the Cloud Speaker: Dana Singleterry (Oracle Product Management) Category: Was gibt es Neues
The Oracle Developer Cloud service provides a cloud-hosted platform for your development team to manage the full development lifecycle. In this session we'll show how you can simplify tracking requirements and bugs, efficiently manage code versions, streamline code (more...)
Monday June 22nd was the launch date for Oracle for 24 (and more) Cloud Services. June is traditionally an important month for Oracle when it comes to product launches and important announcements. This year is the same in that respect. The announcements came in a many-hour live webcast including a 45 minute presentation by Oracle CTO Larry Ellison (see videos from Oracle Cloud Platform Launch). I have harvested some of the most relevant slides (more...)
The sales, support and technical teams were brought into the Denver Tech Center office to do some advanced training in Hybrid Cloud. There were many take-aways from the days we spent in the office, (which is saying a lot- most of you likely know how much I hate working anywhere but from home… :)) and I thought I would share a bit of this information with those that are aching for more details on (more...)
Sunday symposium took of at 8:30. Unfortunately i had to skip the first two session due to some work That had to be done first. The first session I really got to attend was Brian Fry's session on Oracles Developer Cloud Service.
JDeveloper, Eclipse or Netbeans was the way you would work with Oracle Developer Cloud. Now there is a new feature (not publicly available) that is a browser based IDE.
Last week’s release of 18.104.22.168 was a pleasant surprise for everyone out in the Oracle world. This release hit the bulls-eye for another cloud target of Oracle’s, announcing the introduction of Enterprise Manager 12c’s offering a single pane of glass management of the hybrid cloud. The EM12c team has been been trained and testing out the new features of this release with great enthusiasm and I have to admit, pretty cool stuff, folks!
On next Monday June 22nd, our executives will be unveiling the new Oracle Cloud Platform. We encourage all employees, customers and partners to attend. The details including registration are available here.