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    Oracle can help you improve your private cloud architecture while lowering your risk and cost of getting to the public cloud.

    Are you migrating your mission critical workloads to the cloud? Oracle’s already done it and Oracle drinks its own champagne! In other words, while lots of cloud vendors offer solutions that they want customers to buy, very few of them run their entire business in the cloud. Oracle runs a $37 billion organization, with 115,000 employees, supporting over 420,000 customers in 145 countries in the cloud.

    For example:

    • Our entire product development and support environments are in the cloud
    • Our business processes (HR, CRM, Supply Chain, Financials, Analytics, etc.) are in the cloud
    • We provide SaaS, PaaS and IaaS services to our customers in the cloud in public, private and hybrid environments

    Oracle defined the optimal process over the past 10 years and avoided many of the problems affecting typical migrations to cloud. Why is that important to you? According to Gartner, most Cloud ERP systems are doomed to fail by 2018 and 95% of Private Cloud projects fail to meet business objectives. What are the common problems identified in these two assessments? Relying on complex legacy architecture to support your move to cloud is a mistake that impacts both migration and application integration. Why? Complex legacy architectures are incompatible with the cloud architectures needed to deliver on the promises of agility, responsiveness and cost savings.

    Spend an evening with Oracle in learning how Oracle is making it easier for customers to improve their private cloud infrastructure and positioning customers to more effectively move to the cloud. 

    Join us for dinner and a discussion with Oracle’s Cloud Executive Team and customers to understand how we overcame these challenges by choosing a specific path from SaaS, to PaaS to IaaS, built the fastest growing cloud business globally, and answer questions like the following to ensure you are on the best path to your success:

    Please register as soon as possible to attend since the seats are limited and allocated at first come, first serve basis.

    New York : Oracle Linux & Virtualization: Cocktails, Dinner & The Cloud

    December 1, 2016 – 6-9pm EST @ Morton’s The Steakhouse

    Event Registration here

    Chicago : Oracle Linux & Virtualization: Cocktails, Dinner & The Cloud

    December 6, 2016 – 6-9pm CST @ Smith & Wollensky

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    Minneapolis : Oracle Linux & Virtualization: Cocktails, Dinner & The Cloud

    December 7, 2016 – 5-8:30pm CST @ McCormick & Schmicks

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    Toronto: Oracle Linux & Virtualization: Cocktails, Dinner & The Cloud

    December 13, 2016 – 6-9pm EST @ Harbour Sixty Steakhouse

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    Dallas: Oracle Linux & Virtualization: Cocktails, Dinner & The Cloud

    December 14, 2016 – 6-9pm CST @ La Cima Club

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    Seattle: Oracle Linux & Virtualization: Cocktails, Dinner & The Cloud

    December 15, 2016 – 6-9pm PST @ Metropolitan Grill

    Event Registration here

    See you at one of our events!



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    Staff from Oracle E-Business Suite Development will be contributing to the APPS16 track of the UKOUG Conference & Exhibition 2016. The conference takes place at the International Convention Centre, Birmingham, England, and runs from Sunday 4th December to Wednesday 7th December.


    Please bring your questions or issues about any aspect of running EBS: feel free to ask about overall strategy, specific deployment aspects, or anything else you want to know.

    You'll also have the chance to attend numerous formal presentations from prominent Oracle speakers on many aspects of EBS. Here are some highlights.

    On the Monday (5th), there is a great opportunity to hear the latest news from the general manager of EBS:

    Another presentation that will be of particular interest to readers of this blog is:

    General EBS presentations include:

      And last but not least, don't miss the chance to hear about EBS Release 12.2 online patching feature from one of its architects:

      You'll also be well placed to attend the TECH16 track, where you can learn about the latest developments in Oracle Database and other technologies.

      We look forward to seeing you at APPS16!

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      I don't blame anybody. Really, I don't.  But nevertheless this is awkward.  Source: Facebook - https://scontent.fmuc2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/15193604_10210663792047910_5774221704440071551_n.jpg?oh=99f7242c9283bf664db779354d594b3b&oe=58B51EA1 I've got affected by the most recent - the 14th... [Read More]

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      We are pleased to announce the availability of 16.4.1 - Fall release of Integration Cloud Service (ICS) .

      This October release continues to broaden it's connectivity portfolio in various segments. These include:

      • Oracle Utilities - New Adapter
      • Oracle Eloqua - Inbound (Trigger) Support

      New Oracle Utilities Adapter:

      imageA recent survey of 100 North American electric, water and gas utility industry executives completed by Zpryme and Oracle Utilities GBU shows that Utility Companies are embracing the Cloud. With 45% of organizations using the Cloud in some form today and another 52% planning to move to the Cloud. Nearly 97% of interviewees told us they have become involved with Cloud technologies or applications and computing resources delivered as services over a network connection instead of through in-house resources at a utility. This means integration is imperative to all Utility customers without doubt!

      This release introduces the new Oracle Utilities adapter taking the list of total adapters closer to 50! This adapter enables you to easily integrate with Oracle Utilities applications that use Oracle Utilities Application Framework v4.3.0.0 or later and supporting Web Services.

      For those Utilities Applications using JMS or DB integration services, you can continue to leverage the generic ICS adapters instead.

      New Status and Usage APIs:

      imageThe brand new /status API is now available that can be queried for system health status (runtime, storage, messaging, and security services). Similarly, the new /usage API returns metrics for system design-time (adapters, agent, application instances, lookups, integrations, packages, and runtime - messages and messaging system). Refer to the REST API documentation for more details.

      Support for Service Callbacks:

      Starting this release, you can configure outbound SOAP invocations to specify callback ICS flows for asynchronous conversations with external systems/web services.

      For example, if you are invoking a credit rating service that responds to you asynchronously (One-Way with Async Call back), you can receive that callback as a delayed response. Remember that the callback flow will be specified within the SOAP adapter design-time as a separate ICS flow.

      Learn More:More details on what’s new is available here. Learn more about Oracle Integration Cloud Service at http://cloud.oracle.com/integration

      Want to try ICS Cloud Service? Get access here.

      Partner Resources (community membership required):

      Sales kit for partners: Cloud and On-Prem Integration: Integrate CRM SaaS Apps with On-Premises ERP& Integrate HCM Cloud with on-premises ERP

      Marketing kit for partners: SOA Campaigns

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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      Going to UKOUG? Register for the OTN Cloud Lab on Cloud Native Stack on Oracle Bare Metal Compute (BMCS)Oracle has built Bare Metal Compute Service (BMCS) that can run both Oracle workloads and cloud native applications.  In this hands on lab, we will walk through getting a cloud native application stack on... [Read More]

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      We are driven by a "world of devices" that's growing every day.

      Every citizen and every organization is connected to multimodal devices. In the future, each of these devices will communicate.

      We will reach an age when the key objectives will be:

      • Managing and registering these devices
      • Creating a manageability and security strategy
      • Gaining insights from these devices to help develop next generation smart applications 

      For example, the basic refrigerator has evolved into a SMART Refrigerator that provides multiple functionalities and technology interfaces.

      In this post, I've included my predictions for how refrigerators of the future will evolve, though this thought process can be applied to any smart devices.

      We're developing applications in new ways, so it's important to understand these devices and embed them with intelligence. 

      Refrigerator to Refrigerator (R2R): in the future, we will ping the intelligence on a common network of refrigerators. Two devices will communicate on a network and share intelligence. This concept can be extended to any device.

      Machine Human Intelligence:the next generation refrigerator will make decisions on your behalf. If we set which decisions refrigerators can make, we are defining a rule book about what's possible and what is not to enable the smart intelligence to keep flowing. For example, an algorithm will be able to detect which items need to be replaced, driven by a mobile interface.

      More Prescriptive Intelligence: apart from remote monitoring and personal assistants, the refrigerator would get connected to R&D and receive regular updates automatically. 

      Remote management and gesture control: at the next level, sensors would rule the world and automatically manage many functionalities. 

      Moving Refrigerator: robotic control can help augment function and change the dynamics of control.

      API for devices: we will have a "Refrig 2.0" language which exposes all functionalities. It can be programmed and designed by developers and controlled by an open source team.

      Green thinking: the entire material, from the usage to the tracking to the coolant can be redesigned for the go green initiative.

      Oracle has two broad approaches for developing IOT applications:

      a) Java as an embedded programming language for developers to integrate with raspberry pi / arduino to develop complex applications 

      b) Oracle Platform as a Service (IOT CS) to quickly register a device, connect and analyze the data and integrate with existing applications like JDE, R12 to quickly develop applications

      IOT Cloud Service is one component of the PAAS stack and provides three basic functionalities:

      Connect: it allows you to connect to various devices with declarative clicks. You would connect the device directly via gateway or provide restful services.

      Analyze and Act: the second component helps listen to the device and brings streaming data; it then uses the stream explorer to write rules about what kind of data we need to listen for and incorporate actions.

      Integrate: IOT CS also helps integrate the data with your APPS, including E-business Suite, JDE,  SAP and more. This can be done using an integration strategy or through configuring the application to subscribe to specific listen parameters of the device.

      Developing IOT skills is a key requirement for the future developers and architects to enrich applications.

      Learn more about PAAS and IOT CS.

      About the Author

      Sudhir Menon is a seasoned and experienced techno-management professional with 22+ years of diverse experience across consulting, industry solutions, architecture, and technology management. He is very passionate about architecture and has diverse experience managing customers and building solutions specific to industry mapping to the business needs.

      He has strong consulting experience in building IOT, Analytics, Cloud and Middleware Solutions for large customers. He is currently doing research around IOT and Analytics and building next generation solutions. He works as principal consultant at Oracle University.

      You can reach him @sudhir.g.menon@oracle.com.


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      At the DOAG Conference in November in Nürnberg in November 2016 a customer asked me right after my talk about "Upgrade to Oracle Database 12.2. - Live and Uncensored" why the DBA_REGISTRY_HISTORY does not get updated when he applies a Bundle Patch and follows all instructions including the "./datapatch... [Read More]

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      You can use load-balancing routers (LBR) to protect your E-Business Suite 12.2 environment from system failures.  Load-balancers increase your environment's fault-tolerance and scalability by distributing load across a pool of servers. See:

      HTTP Layer Load-Balancing

      HTTP Layer load-balancing is the most common method used in E-Business Suite environments. In this configuration, end-users navigate to a specific Web Entry Point that represents your E-Business Suite's domain name.  An HTTP Layer load-balancer routes all subsequent traffic for a specific user to a specific Web Node.

      EBS LBR Architecture

      HTTP Layer load-balancers may use heartbeat checks for node death detection and restart, and sophisticated algorithms for load-balancing.

      DNS-Based Load-Balancing

      When an end-user's browser attempts to access your E-Business Suite environment, your local Domain Name Server (DNS) can direct that user to a specific application server in a pool based on available capacity:


      Traffic for that user's session will be handled by the application server 10.10.10.10, while other users' traffic may be directed to other application servers in the pool.  Like HTTP layer load-balancers, many DNS-based load-balancers use heartbeat checks against nodes and sophisticated algorithms for load-balancing.

      Minimum Requirement:  Session Persistence

      Oracle doesn't certify specific load-balancers or networking hardware with the E-Business Suite.  We've designed the E-Business Suite to be able to use load-balancers in general. Our instructions for configuring load-balancers should work for all standards-compliant networking solutions, whether they are hardware or software-based.

      The minimum requirement is that a load-balancer support session persistence.  Persistence describes a mode where a client's initial HTTP connection is directed to a particular application server, and then subsequent HTTP requests from that client are directed to the same server.  As long as a load-balancer is able to handle session persistence (also referred to as "stickiness"), it's likely to work with the E-Business Suite.

      Other load-balancing variations

      EBS 12.2 can be deployed in a number of variations to handle specialized or advanced load-balancing requirements.  For details about implementing the following variations, see:

      WLS Clusters: EBS 12.2 uses WebLogic Server.  It is possible to deploy multiple WebLogic Server instances in a cluster to increase scalability and fault-tolerance. A cluster appears to clients to be a single WebLogic Server instance. The server instances that constitute a cluster can run on the same machine, or be located on different machines. You can increase a cluster’s capacity by adding additional server instances to the cluster on an existing machine, or you can add machines to the cluster to host the incremental server instances. Each server instance in a cluster must run the same version of WebLogic Server.

      Multiple Web Entry Points:  It is possible to configure the same EBS environment to have multiple web entry points (URLs).  For example, users might be able to access your EBS environment via the following different URLs:

      • store.company.com
      • recruitment.company.com

      Functional redirection:  It is possible to direct users to specific servers based upon the functional responsibilities that they chose.  For example, manufacturing end-users may be directed to a different pool of servers than, say, HRMS end-users.

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      clip_image001We are very excited today to announce the availability of Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight, a new product in our integration portfolio that will dramatically improve the way that business owners generate and consume business analytics!

      Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight gives business owners the ability to monitor key metrics of their enterprise in real time using pre-configured dashboards.  A differentiating feature of this product is its ability to extract these metrics even if backing data sources do not contain the raw data in a traditional store, such as a database.

      Business users follow a simple three-step process to define, map, and monitor business clip_image003metrics.

      First, a model of the business is created using a simple browser-based designer.  The model defines concepts important to the business, such as milestones, measures, and dimensions.

      Second, the model is mapped by an architect to application services and components so that business-level metrics can be extracted during normal business activity.  Architects can select services and components for mapping using simple visualizations of application structure in their browser.

      Finally, the model is activated and the collection of metrics begins immediately.  Stakeholders can start tracking metrics using pre-configured dashboards, tables, and reports.  Customized dashboards and reports can also be created that let business owners prioritize metrics that are most important to their success.

      Customers are demanding more direct control and customization for end-users of business applications and Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight offers the flexibility that business users are looking for.

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      Watch the overview video here.

      Learn More:
      For more information on Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight, including overview videos, tutorials, downloads, and more, visit the Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight OTN page

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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      imageNovember 2016 top tweets by soaCommunity

      Send your tweets @soacommunity#soaCommunity and follow us at http://twitter.com/soacommunity. Make sure you share your content with the community!

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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      Technorati Tags: twitter,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,OPN,Jürgen Kress,SOA Community twitter


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      Another quick twitter inspired blog post inspired by the SQLcl account itself. Asked and answered: Do you support the ACCEPT command? YES. pic.twitter.com/NchmQ6Eegs — SQLcl (@oraclesqlcl) November 29, 2016 ACCEPT is a great way to get input but validation has to happen elsewhere as there's no hooks to do something like validate a number in a range without running a sql or plsql that does


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      Fixed Assets has released a new data model white paper for retirements and reinstatements.  This Release 12 white paper can be found in the document:  Fixed Assets (FA) - Retirements/Reinstatements Data Model White Paper (R12) (Doc ID 2161926.1).

      The white paper covers both functional and technical information, with table level details.  It describes the transaction flow associated with different types of retirements and reinstatements, the flow of data between tables, the different calculations involved in deriving the correct values associated with retirements and reinstatements, as well as accounting concepts.

      In this paper, you will find information on:

        1. Types of retirements
        2. Types of reinstatements
        3. Flow of data between tables
        4. Calculation of reserve, NBV (Net Book Value) retired and depreciation
        5. E-R diagram and table details to understand the flow of data between tables
        6. Basic understanding of Create Accounting and flow of data into XLA tables

          For a closer look at the retirements and reinstatements functionality in Fixed Assets, review this new data model white paper!


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          Uhhh ... time flies. I look into my calendar - and UKOUG TECH 16 Conference is almost there. Just a few days to go (and hopefully no Lufthansa strike on the upcoming weekend - but I looked already for alternatives). Anyhow, I'm excited and look forward to my 2nd TECH conference. Last year was the first time for me and... [Read More]

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          You can apply any Oracle Internet Directory (OID) bundle patchsets that have been certified at the fourth-level digit to a certified Oracle E-Business Suite release.  The fifth-level digit in OID versions is not relevant to E-Business Suite certifications. 

          For example, we have certified EBS 12.2 with OID 11.1.1.9. All of the following Oracle Internet Directory patchsets will work with EBS 12.2:

          • Oracle Internet Directory 11.1.1.9.0 (documented certification)
          • Oracle Internet Directory 11.1.1.9.3
          • Oracle Internet Directory 11.1.1.9.160719

          This is sometimes shown in our documentation in either of the following ways:

          • Oracle Internet Directory 11.1.1.9
          • Oracle Internet Directory 11.1.1.9.x

          The absence of a fifth-digit or the presence of an 'X' in the fifth digit's place means any fifth-digit level updates may be applied to an Oracle Internet Directory environment integrated with EBS 12.2 without requiring a new certification.  This applies to all environments, including test and production environments.

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          A new video, Secure Configuration for Oracle E-Business Suite in Oracle Cloud, is now available on the Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Cloud Channel under the EBS and Oracle Cloud (IaaS and PaaS) area at Oracle University.


          In this video, product manager Elke Phelps discusses Oracle E-Business Suite secure deployment recommendations, and highlights features of Oracle Cloud that can be employed to provide additional security for your EBS instances in Oracle Cloud.

          This video is part of a free training series available on demand via Oracle E-Business Suite Learning Subscription.

          Look for more articles on this and related subjects in the coming months.

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          Live demo and overview of the new extension to Oracle SOA Suite for business driven monitoring and reporting called Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight, as presented at the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Forum in Valencia, March 2016. Watch the video here.

          SOA & BPM Partner Community

          For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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          HugePages allow larger pages to manage memory, provide faster overall memory performance and decrease page table overhead, making them crucial for faster Oracle database performance. You can use HugePages in both 32-bit and 64-bit configurations since release 2.6 of the Linux kernel.

          To learn more about HugePages and many more topics, take the Oracle Linux 7: System Administration course. You can take this course in the following formats:

          • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours of registration, following lecture delivery by expert instructors at your own pace through streaming video and booking time to get hands-on experience when suits your schedule.
          • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Events are added to the schedule to suit different time-zones. Live-Virtual events currently on the schedule include 15, 23, and 30 January, 27 February, 6 March, 2 and 10 April 2017.
          • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this class, below is a selection of the in-class events on the schedule:

           Location  Date  Delivery Language
          Brisbane, Australia
          27 February 2017 English
          Sao Paulo, Brazil
          20 February 2017 Brazilian Portuguese
          Cairo, Egypt
          8 January 2017 Arabic
          San Salvador, El Salvador
          22 May 2017 Spanish
          Reading, England
          27 March 2017 English
          Paris, France
          27 February 2017 French
          Berlin, Germany
          27 February 2017 German
          Hamburg, Germany
          27 February 2017 German
          Munich, Germany
          15 May 2017 German
          Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
          17 April 2017 English
          Mexico City, Mexico
          1 May 2017 Spanish
          Makati City, Philippines
          8 May 2017 English
          Pasig City, Philippines
          20 March 2017 English
          Singapore 16 January 2017 English
          Johannesburg, South Africa 27 February 2017 English
          Belmont, CA, United States 13 February 2017 English
          Orlando, FL, United States 13 March 2017 English
          Reston, VA, United States 17 April 2017 English
          If you are using an earlier version of Linux, take the Oracle Linux 5&6 System Administration course.

          • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours, following lecture delivery by expert instructors at your own pace through streaming video and booking time to get hands-on experience when suits your schedule.
          • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Events are added to the schedule to suit different time-zones. Live-Virtual events currently on the schedule include 5 February 2017.
          • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this class, below is a selection of the in-class events on the schedule:

           Location  Date  Delivery Language
          Brussels, Belgium
          3 April 2017 English
          Bogoto Colombia
          19 December 2016 Spanish
          Hamburg, Germany
          30 January 2017 German
          Munich, Germany
          24 April 2017 German
          Tokyo, Japan
          13 February 2017 Japanese
          Seoul, Korea
          19 December 2016 Korean
          Mexico City, Mexico
          20 February 2017 Spanish
          Utrecht, Netherlands
          3 April 2017 English
          Makati City, Philippines
          6 February 2017 English
          Johannesburg, South Africa 16 January 2017 English
          Pretoria, South Africa 5 June 2017 English
          Chicago, IL, United States 27 February 2017 English
          Belmont, CA, United States 3 April 2017 English
          Reston, VA, United States 1 May 2017 English
            The Oracle Linux 5&6 System Administration course is one step in your preparation to sit the Oracle Linux 5 & 6 System Administrator OCA certificate exam

            To register for an event or learn more about the Oracle Linux curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education/linux.


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            Someone asked: @thatjeffsmith Great blog! Is there a way to display DB Doc in SQL Developer like in Java IDEs with Java doc while being in Code editor? — Sebastian Köll (@s_koell) December 1, 2016 And here’s the answer – Yes! First, let’s talk about PLDoc, and how it works in SQL Developer. All... [Read More]

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            Oracle Database Vault allows security administrators to protect a database from privileged account access to application data.  Database objects can be placed in protected realms, which can be accessed only if a specific set of conditions are met.

            We are pleased to announce that Oracle Database Vault 12c 12.1.0.2 is now certified with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 and 12.1. To integrate Oracle Database Vault 12c with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 or 12.1, follow the instructions in the corresponding My Oracle Support Knowledge Document:



            Note:  We deliver a default realm via two different patches for Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 and 12.1 .  You may use the default realm as-is or choose a subset.

            Pending Certifications with External Integrations

            The following two configurations are still underway and pending:

            • Single Sign-On Integration with Oracle Access Manager
            • Oracle Discoverer

            Oracle's Revenue Recognition rules prohibit us from discussing certification and release dates, but you're welcome to monitor or subscribe to this blog. I'll post updates here as soon as soon as they're available.   

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              clip_image002Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight is a brand new product by Oracle, which runs on top of Oracle SOA Suite. It is a product that will allow the business users to get access to real time information that is available within the pipelines of services deployed either in Service Bus or Oracle SOA composites.
              This product was released during the week of March 21st 2016,  it is very new and is a product built from scratch form Oracle, it is not part of an acquisition.
              Oracle has created this video to explain the benefits that use this brand new product. You can check it here. Also Oracle has released this blog post that explains the features of it https://blogs.oracle.com/integration/entry/announcing_oracle_real_time_integration
              From my side, and with the help of Leonardo González and Nayelli Terrazas, I managed to install it on top of a current Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1 domain. That is one of the first pre-requisites, to have a current 12.2.1 domain, either with just OSB, with SOA Suite or with both.
              Then you need to download the product from here:
              http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/insight/overview/index.html
              It is a very small package, around 10 MB. The contents of the package, are:

              Read the complete article here.

              SOA & BPM Partner Community

              For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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