Oracle Fusion Middleware customers use Oracle Service Bus (OSB) for virtualizing Service endpoints and implementing stateless service orchestrations. Behind the performance and speed of OSB, there are a couple of key design implementations that can affect application performance and behavior under heavy load. One of the heavily used feature in OSB is the Service Callout pipeline action for message enrichment and invoking multiple services as part of one single orchestration. Overuse of this feature, without understanding its internal implementation, can lead to serious problems.
You can increase customer satisfaction, brand equity, and ultimately top-line revenue by deploying Oracle ATG Web Commerce, Oracle WebCenter Sites, Oracle Endeca applications, Oracle’s Siebel applications, and other front-office applications on Oracle Exalogic, Oracle’s combination of hardware and software for applications and middleware.
Join me (Sanjeev Sharma) and my colleague, Kelly Goetsch, at the following conference session at Oracle Open World to find out how Customer Experience can be transformed with Oracle Exalogic:
Are you looking to deliver breakthrough performance for packaged and custom applications? For many front-office applications such as Oracle WebCenter Sites, Oracle Transportation Management, and Oracle’s ATG and Siebel product families, improved performance leads directly to greater revenue or cost savings from the business - a compelling proposition. For back-office applications, improved performance has tangible benefits in terms of footprint reductions.
What does it take to deliver social, mobile, cloud and business analytic capabilities? Oracle Fusion Middleware is the leading innovation platform for today’s new business applications and the building-block of Oracle Fusion Applications. Join Amit Zavery, Vice President of Fusion Middleware Product Management discuss Oracle Fusion Applications’ architecture and the strategy roadmap for Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Why do data centers still demand an “assembly required” approach? This necessity proves costly and complex, forces customers to deal with a wide range of vendors for each application, and fails to deliver performance optimization for application and data workloads.
Oracle believes that systems (just like automobiles) should be designed and engineered “at the factory” with the goal of reducing customers’ costs and complexity and delivering extreme performance, reliability, availability, and simplicity with a higher degree of automation.
So far in this series we have looked at creating asset within the
EMOC BUI but the Exalogic 2.0.1 installation also provide the Iaas
cli as an alternative to most of the common functionality
available within EMOC. The IaaS cli interface provides access to
the functions that are available to a user logged into the BUI
with the CloudUser Role.
As such not all functionality is available from the command line
interface however having said that the IaaS cli provides all the
functionality required to create the Assets within a specific
Oracle Open World 2012 is around the corner and we have 36 sessions covering Oracle Exalogic from a technical, business and product strategy perspective.
To make sense of the madness and help you plan your itinerary here is the consolidated list of sessions:
Note: To get the most up-to-date list of Exalogic sessions at OOW, click here.