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Oracle Unveils Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1

New User Experience, Enhanced Reporting and Industry-Specific Functionality Help Improve Productivity and Usability in Significant New Release


COLLABORATE 12 – Las Vegas, NV– April 23, 2012

News Facts
To help support the changing needs of organizations across industries and geographies, Oracle today announced a new release of Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 helps customers further streamline business processes by introducing a personalized user experience, new industry-specific functionality, helpful productivity features and more support for global operations and compliance mandates.Extensive updates in the new release include enhancements such as Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Reporting, a breakthrough solution that allows business users to create interactive reports without IT support.JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is an integrated applications suite of comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) software that combines business value…

Collaborate 12 - Las Vegas

First of all: Thanks Tony Brackett from the iConsortium for the oportunity and to sponsor the JDEFusion at Collaborate 12. This shows his vision and beliefs on the real Social Networking movement and Web 2.0. We're just a simple blog but I hope we're making the difference for the JD Edwards community at all.

This was my first Collaborate. I have had a chance to go at Collaborate Midwest but I'm really impressed with the structure and the organization I saw at this main event. It worth the investment and even they don't support any blogging initiative like Oracle does at Open World, I do recommend the Collaborate experience. Specially next year: the Collaborate will be in Denver, Colorado, the JD Edwards worldwide headquarters.  So, take note: in case you couldn't make the Collaborate this year, don't even think to miss next year, because I believe Oracle and the JD Edwards team will make it special!

I'm working on a report detailing my experience focused o…

Collaborate 12 - Las Vegas

Another presentation for today: Related Information Framework in JD
Edwards by Michael Ferguson

Collaborate 12 - Las Vegas

First session of the last Collaborate day with Jon Steel talking about
Load Balancing in JD Edwards

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Brazilian friends making presence at Collaborate'12

Francisco Fujimoto - Syncro


Luiz Pezotti and Mauricio Toffoli - YKP

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Last slide for the day!

Good job Marcelo!

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My friend Marcelo Tamassia from CD Group on his presentation:

JD Edwards E1 Stability - From Chaos to Nirvana

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ADF Mobile development for JD Edwards

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View from the conference main hall and cyber center

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Afternoon session...

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Good morning!!

Second session of the day! The first one was about the new 9.1 and
I'll cover it on my Collaborate 12 Report!

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Las session of the day...

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Praxair is using Exadata systems

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Sparc solution in one box

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High performance systems for JD Edwards

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If you are reading this and you are here at Collaborate, come and stop
by the kiosk #643 and talk with me! It will be a pleasure to meet you
personally!
- Gustavo Barizon

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JD Edwards on iPad??
Only at iConsortium kiosk #643!!

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Ned Brady on the iConsortium kiosk!

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My last presentation of the day...

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BI Publisher session

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Technology and innovation in JD Edwards

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Upgrade to 9.1

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JD Edwards Roadmap

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JD Edwards 9.1 announcement...

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Expense Report demo on iPad

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Live demo with an iPad for Work Order

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Lyle Ekdahl on stage

JD Edwards Roadmap - Collaborate 12 - Las Vegas

I'm here on the main ballroom for the JD Edwards roadmap...

It's all about Vision, Promises and Execution...
Also, I can see a duck on stage and it's about a promise he did on the JD Edwards Blog 
https://blogs.oracle.com/jd_edwards/entry/12_for_12_a_flag



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JD Edwards Virtual Machine Templates Installation tutorial - Part 1 - Hardware

Before you begin to think about JDE VM Templates, you must think about HARDWARE.

Hardware means not only the workstation, but the infrastructure you must have to support the JDE VM Templates workload.

Going straight to the point, below my recommendations for your infrastructure:

Networking

For networking, I strongly recommend Gigabit Ethernet instead of the traditional 10/100 Ethernet. Transfer a 80GB template will take forever on 10/100!Avoid Wireless connections for servers.Use Routers and Switches Gigabit compatible - 10/100/1000Use Ethernet cables Cat 5e2 NICs on the VM Server / Storage box. The VM Server need at least two network cards to work. One is for Server Heartbeat and control, other for VM's communication. 
Storage

500 GB for VM Server + Storage Server + HTTP Server machine1 TB for Virtual Box machine - VM Server Manager, Deployment Server, Development Workstation. I'm assuming this second machine is your personal desktop computer in which you'll virtualize using…

JD Edwards Virtual Machine Templates Installation tutorial - Intro

After couple months studying and analyzing the best way to implement in a minimal configuration, I finally got in a reasonable point that I can say you can have your own JD Edwards real environment set with Development, QA and Production - DV, PY and PD like in real world - without spend lots of money in expensive equipment  and without going through the hassle of months installing piece by piece of the JD Edwards' components.

The JD Edwards VM templates setup I'm demonstrating to you is for sandbox purposes only and it's not following Oracle's recommended architecture. So, you may ask me: - why are you doing something that's not the standard, the recommended? And my answer is: the purpose of this setup is to provide a minimal hardware configuration. It's intended to a home user, such as a developer who wants to have the system for study; a junior CNC who wants to test something at home, or even a technology enthusiast consultant who wants to have a complete JD…