Thursday, February 25, 2010

SaaS and Data Centers: Bridging the Divide


Oracle Fusion Middleware Edition
February 2010


Information InDepth


SpotLight: Middleware in the Cloud



Oracle Fusion Middleware Bridges the Divide Between SaaS and Enterprise Data Centers
When IT organizations attempt to make SaaS applications running on public clouds integral parts of an enterprise’s application landscape, they are faced with five major challenges. Learn how Oracle Fusion Middleware’s comprehensive set of technologies conquers each one of those challenges, empowering IT organizations to bridge the divide between SaaS and enterprise data centers.

Sneak Peek: New Middleware Tools to Speed and Simplify Cloud Deployments
Get a sneak peek of two new products Oracle plans to launch —Oracle WebLogic Server Virtual Edition and Oracle Assembly Builder. Both are designed to dramatically speed and simplify application deployment in cloud computing environments.

Oracle Enterprise 2.0 Helps Unify Enterprise Cloud Computing
The private cloud approach to cloud computing, also known as platform as a service (PaaS), is a natural fit for many enterprises because of increased integration flexibility, control over quality of services, and lower total cost over time. Oracle’s Enterprise 2.0 technologies—such as user interaction frameworks, portals, and content management—help build out a PaaS private cloud to support a range of enterprise and departmental applications.



Planning to Go Cloud? You’re Not Alone
With the start of a new year, many IT executives are keeping a close eye on key goals like driving efficiencies and promoting agility. Attention to these issues begs the question: where does cloud computing rank on your IT agenda? If it’s a top priority for your organization, you’re not alone.



Oracle + Sun: What It Means for Middleware
Are you wondering what the combination of Oracle and Sun means for Oracle Fusion Middleware? Get your questions answered at the
Oracle + Sun Welcome Events. Hear directly from Sun and Oracle executives what the combination means to you and what it means to middleware. And be sure to check out the Webcast series explaining strategies for Java, identity management, SOA, application server, and Java developer tools. Each session explores the product strategy, explains how Oracle will deliver more innovation to our customers, and outlines our approach to protecting customers' investments.

Introducing Oracle Imaging and Process Management 11g
Document imaging is a proven method of reducing costs and errors while speeding overall business processes. Join Andy MacMillan, VP of Product Management at Oracle, as he discusses the latest innovations in Oracle Imaging and Process Management 11g, and how organizations can leverage a complete, end-to-end imaging system.



Download Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 11g
Demonstrating its commitment to the developer and open source communities, Oracle has announced the latest release of
Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 11g, introducing key new capabilities for Java Web applications, Web services, and Oracle WebLogic Server tools.

REA in the Cloud
Watch this screencast and hands-on demo to learn how to build rich enterprise applications in the cloud.



Cloud Computing Forum: Break Through with Oracle
Break through the haze around cloud computing. In this full-day event for IT professionals, Oracle experts clarify how you can take advantage of enterprise cloud computing. Learn the what, why, and how of cloud computing and the important role of middleware, so you can develop a cloud strategy and road map.
Find a location near you.

Oracle + Sun Welcome Events
You’re invited to a special event to learn more about the combination of Oracle and Sun. You'll get the chance to hear directly from Oracle and Sun executives what the combination means to you. Attend the breakout sessions on the role of Sun technologies in the Oracle Fusion Middleware product strategy.
Find a location near you.

Webcast: Introducing Oracle Imaging and Process Management 11g
February 25
11 a.m. PT


Oracle Cloud Computing Forum


Oracle+Sun Welcome Events











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