Blog Category: Service Oriented Architecture
We all know that time is money and when repeatable transactions take up a bulk of system resources, your business could be losing cash. If this is your situation, now is the time to save that cash with cache.
This food and dairy manufacturing company has locations all across the globe. In order to properly run and manage their business, especially during outages, the Company needed a process for integrating their corporate enterprise resource management software (Oracle EBusiness Suite) with their plant manufacturing execution software running at various manufacturing locations across the United States.
As an Application Developer at Zirous, daily challenges in my work are a given. But one challenge in particular was showing up fairly often during my work on Oracle Fusion solutions. This particular challenge is changing the BPEL process name, or the composite name in a project.
This blog deals with the 98% of the use cases one will encounter on their SOA journey. This blog was written with Oracle SOA Suite 11g in mind, but most of the high-level concepts will apply to other versions and probably most SOA technologies.
Today we are going to talk about a very powerful product from Oracle, the Oracle Service Bus (OSB). It enables economical system integration with the common standards most enterprises use. If you are an IT leader or Architect with one or more systems that need to work together, Oracle Service Bus might be right for you.