Oracle Fusion – Application – Intro- Overview –

A very useful overview on Fusion Applications by Mani Kumar Manda from  Rhapsody Technologies

What is “Fusion Applications” • Fusion Applications is neither “Fusion Technology” nor “Fusion Middleware”, rather it is a new generation of business application (just like existing EBS, PeopleSoft, or Siebel) that is built using Fusion Middleware from ground up, only better

Fusion applications is – Not any of the current applications; and – It is all of the current applications • mashed up along with usability and business process optimization giving birth to a new set of better applications

Fusion Middleware technology • SOA Suite (BPEL, BPM) – Application Integration Architecture (AIA) • JDeveloper • Web Center • Applications Development Framework (ADF) – ADFui, ADFbc, ADFdi • Applications Server • BI Publisher • Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) • Content Management • Collaboration • Oracle Database 11g • Essbase • Enterprise Manager • Identity Management

Presentation here —


Whitepaper here —

Fusion Applications – How is it built? Fusion Application revolves around business processes. Entire application is architected to run around processes within the users business. To be able to accomplish this, Oracle has leveraged several technologies such as User Interface Shell (UI Shell), Business Process Management (BPM), Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), Enterprise Scheduler Service (ESS), Application Integration Architecture (AIA), etc.

I am sure you wanna soft copy of ppt and white paper , and lots of question , shouldn’t be good to reach the author directly , here you go

Mani Kumar Manda , President at Rhapsody Technologies, Inc

Email – mmanda AT rhaptech DOT com

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