Sunday, June 13, 2010

Oracle Fusion Overview

Fusion is Oracle’s initiative to develop a set of “next generation” enterprise business applications, on a service oriented platform. It is broadly divided into 2 parts as below:

Fusion Applications

– Enterprise business applications developed using open industry based standards (vs. the proprietary languages of Oracle’s current products lines – Oracle Forms, Reports, People Tools..etc.)
– Based on the best features and functionalities of Oracle’s existing applications product lines (Oracle, PeopleSoft, JDEdwards, Siebel, etc.)

Fusion Middleware

Oracle’s currently available, standards based middleware platform and the application server platform for the future Fusion Applications.
An architecture blueprint that brings together enterprise applications, leveraging what Oracle believes are three key emerging trends in technology:
• Service Oriented Architectures (SOA)
• Grid Computing Infrastructure
• Enterprise Information Architecture

Oracle SOA Suite Components

JDeveloper (Application Development Framework)
BAM- Business Activity Monitoring
BPEL Process Manager- Business Process Execution Language
ESB- Enterprise Service BusWSM- Web Service Manager

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