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Oracle Fusion Middleware is a comprehensive family of products that are seamlessly integrated to help you create, run, and manage agile and intelligent business applications. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g's hot-pluggable architecture allows you to make the most of your current investments in applications and technology, while also taking advantage of modern hardware and software architectures. The goal is to maximize your efficiency in both IT and business processes to give you the agility to adapt and innovate. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g is the foundation for innovation.

ERTechnologies has expertise in all of the disciplines of Fusion Middleware. All Fusion Middleware associates are certified implementation experts in one or more FMW disciplines

Build a Path to the Fusion Architecture

  • Leverage and enhance existing database and applications. Within its Oracle Application Server portfolio, experience a full spectrum of middleware capabilities, including the core J2EE application server as well as a directory server, a corporate portal, a business intelligence server, a B2B integration server, a wireless server, security services and other functions.
  • Oracle's middleware group support standards within its platform, such as Java and J2EE specifications. With Web services standards of SOAP, WSDL and UDDI
  • Oracle had initially designed its E-Business Suite of applications to run on its own proprietary middleware stack called Oracle Forms. Move to a standards-based middleware model with lots of functionality into the applications themselves, rather than in a middleware layer
  • Embrace the use of standards in middleware, on all-Oracle solutions as a means to ensure optimal end to-end interoperability and to cut escalating systems integration costs

Fusion Middleware Forms Comprehensive SOA Platform

Fusion Middleware, includes services development, registry and orchestration tools, various runtime and integration platforms, services monitoring and management capabilities and business intelligence/ analysis products. Among the most notable are:

  • Oracle JDeveloper: Oracle's well-established development tool, to support the modeling, coding, testing, deployment, assembly and maintenance of standards-based services as well as traditional Java, J2EE, and PL/SQL code. The tool is complemented by the Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), a model and best-practices-driven SOA framework that automates and manages business and data services. Oracle ADF provides a standard data- and service-binding layer that can be used with process flows, page flows, and service invocations, and also implements SOA design practices to make user interfaces as loosely coupled as services themselves
  • Oracle Data Hubs: A growing family of products designed to provide a central mechanism for synchronizing the disparate data spread across distributed IT environments. The Data Hubs create a “single source of truth” to ensure that users and applications are all working with consistent and up-to-date information. Oracle currently offers Data Hub products to create master data for three categories of information: Customer Data Hub, Financial Consolidation Hub and Product Information Management Data Hub.
  • Oracle BPEL Process Manager: Providing support for the BPEL Web services orchestration standard, Oracle’s BPEL Process Manager includes a graphical interface to help users design and build business processes and an engine for executing the processes.
  • Oracle Business Rules: This capability lets users establish rules and policies that govern the activities and priorities of the computing infrastructure and applications. Users can create new rules or can extract applicable rules out of existing applications or business processes. The resulting rules and policies can then automate many of the operations of other elements of the infrastructure, including Oracle Portal, Oracle BPEL Process Manager and Oracle BAM.
  • Oracle Portal: An integrated framework for developing, deploying and managing enterprise portals, Oracle’s portal enables secure information access, self-service publishing, online collaboration and process automation. Users can feed applications to the common portal interface using standards such as HTTP, XML, and SOAP, and can also incorporate Web Services and J2EE-based components such as Java Server Pages (JSPs), Java Servlets, and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) into the portal as portlets, without writing additional code
  • Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (BAM): Oracle BAM provides realtime and graphical access to critical business performance indicators, generates proactive alerts, and supplies supporting information to improve the speed and effectiveness of business operations. By integrating BAM with existing systems, customers can track processes and service levels, capture business events, and optimize processes by identifying bottlenecks.
  • Oracle Identity Management: Oracle's identity management capabilities allow customers to manage authentication and access across multiple company boundaries and to simplify user requirements through mechanisms such as single sign on.
  • Oracle Web Services Manager: The ability for security and operations policies for Web services and other applications, facilities for intercepting calls to and from applications and services so that the established policies can be applied, and dashboards for monitoring the management policy execution and the resulting service levels
  • Oracle Business Intelligence: Oracle’s suite of BI capabilities includes query, reporting, analysis, data integration and management, desktop integration, as well as business BI application development tools.
  • Oracle B2B Server: This platform lets companies define, configure, manage and monitor the electronic exchange of business-to-business (B2B) information with its trading partners. Oracle's B2B integration capabilities include support for a large number of industry interoperability standards (e.g. EDI, UCCnet, RosettaNet, ebXML, etc.), document types (e.g. UAB, HL7, UN/EDIFACT, X12 variants, etc.) and message formats (e.g. MIME, SOAP, FTP, HTTP, SMTP, etc.)

SOA Benefits

  • XML Gateway in Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Integration Broker in PeopleSoft Enterprise
  • Web Services Gateway in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
  • Third Party Applications
  • Innovation
  • Intelligence
  • Predictability
  • Big Data
  • GRC
  • User Personalization

Adopt Fusion Technology today where you see value

  • Alongside your current EBS suite of applications
  • Replace 3rd party apps or existing Oracle Apps with Fusion applications
  • Fusion Supply Chain
  • Fusion Financials
  • Fusion Manufacturing (not yet available)

Our Competencies

  • Relevant Specializations: Oracle E-Business Suite R12 (multiple disciplines), Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Endeca, SOA Suite, Oracle Database 11g, Oracle Database Security
  • ERTechnologies￿ legacy centered on Oracle applications and technologies and broad portfolio of services ERP, CRM, BI, Middleware, Infrastructure, Application Development) provides a foundation to understand and build strong integration and value with your ERP applications.

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