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Business Process Management for Systems of Record
by Brandon Dean 9/29/14
Almost every business has a stockpile of rigidly-defined processes—typically in ERP or CRM applications. These everyday business processes fall into the system of record layer of Gartner’s Pace-Layered Application Strategy. They’re the glue that holds a business together.
SOA 12c Partition Level Security
by Adam Desjardin 9/22/14
One new feature in SOA Suite 12c I had not seen anyone discuss yet is partition level security.  In 11g, partitions only allowed you to group composites logically and provided control for starting, stopping, and undeploying at the partition level.  In 12c, Oracle has added the ability to provide groups of users specific permissions on each partition, including viewing, deployment and administration. For customers trying to provide a shared infrastructure environment, this now allows them to have users from each group manage their own partition and instances while not having access to the other partitions.  This can also be helpful in development environments with multiple teams working on multiple projects.
Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Administrator" Page
by Ryan Ray 9/17/14
With the latest release of Oracle BAM 12c (12.1.3), Oracle has completely redesigned the user interface (UI) and this is the third post in a four part series of posts introducing this new UI. Part 1 - Introducing the New Oracle BAM 12c Composer Part 2 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Home" Page Part 3 - Navigating Oracle BAM 12c Composer's New "Administrator" Page
Oracle BPM 12c Migration - A Hand of Friendship to Oracle BPM 10g
by Suyash Khot 9/16/14
There are a lot of benefits to be reaped by migrating a BPM 10g project to 12c. For one, Oracle BPM 12c is built on a Service Component Architecture (SCA) runtime. SCA is an industry standard architecture that provides a model for composing applications that follow SOA principles, like component reuse, OOTB error handling and transaction management, and flexible development to name a few.
4 SOA and BPM Sessions to Attend at Oracle OpenWorld 2014
by Kris Nelson 9/15/14
If you are heading to Oracle’s yearly OpenWorld conference at the end of September, you know that diving into the content catalog can be a daunting exercise. As of this blog, there were over 2000 sessions and over 3000 speakers across OpenWorld and JavaOne. Some of the key themes this year for Fusion Middleware are mobile, cloud and developer productivity. 


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