Zirous was chosen as a Top Oracle Solutions Provider in CIOReview magazine's September 15th issue
Zirous is thrilled to announce that we've been approved as a Platinum Partner with Oracle. We are now the ONLY Platinum Partner in the State of Iowa and one of only a handful of Platinum Partners in the entire Midwest region.
It is hard to believe I have been working on Java code for over ten years. I remember getting started in Java working on JSPs or Java Server Pages and Servlets which included putting scriptlets in my JSPs. Later on, I learned how that was frowned upon by true Java programmers. As we develop our Java skills we learn from senior team members as well as from books and blogs we read. Today, we are going to go over some ‘Java gotchas’ and how to avoid them.
Recently, I supported two projects that required the use of Oracle Identity Manager Flat File connector. Each project had very different requirements. One project required a disconnected resource and the other, reconciliation of PeopleSoft data. In this blog post I will describe the two problems and how I used the Flat File connector to overcome them.
The Business needed to make their request processes automated. Instead of filling out forms and sending handfuls of emails, the process needed to be centralized so everything is requested through one tool and that one tool grants access. In a business where time equals money, this process can bring major cost savings, especially when it comes to password maintenance and reduced help desk calls.
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.
In this field of “automated consultants,” Zirous stands out. We have the technical expertise to turn requirements into solid code, but we also have the architectural experience to generate those requirements in the first place.
IT organizations are constantly seeking ways to enhance the overall user login experience while maintaining a secure and compliant web environment. This has led to conversations with many of our clients about a Single Sign-On (SSO) solution.
We’ve implemented a variety of solutions for clients in industries ranging from banking to government to higher education. Even across a variety of industries, we’ve found that our clients have common business issues to address and common implementation pitfalls to avoid.