Thursday, October 1, 2009

Demystifying Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g - Oracle Open World Unconference

Oracle Fusion Middleware Presentation Oracle Open World  - Oct 13, 2009 (Tuesday 11:00)
Location: Moscone West Floor 3 Overlooks

This presentation is designed to demystify Middleware components and explain how these components work together. Topics include: J2EE, Application Servers, Web Services, JSF, ADF, XML, Application Frameworks, Controllers, WSDL, BPEL, SOA and business rule engines. Attendees will learn how each of these components fit into the Fusion Middleware architecture. This is an important presentation for developers, business app developers and DBAs who would like to learn more about the middle-tier.

A lot of people are still not clear on the components of middleware and how they work together within the architectural framework.  When people see things on Oracle Fusion Middleware they see terms like ADF, services, SOA, BPEL, frameworks, controllers, XML, JSF, etc. and are not clear on what these terms are and then how you click a button in JDeveloper and then a miracle happens. In this presentation we will take off the magic covers and show how it all works on the inside.   This is a fun and fast paced presentation I have been delivering since Oracl Fusion Middleware first came out.  I have updated it to include the latest Oracle 11gR2 components and hopefully have added a few funny jokes.

The goal is to provide attendees a fun, entertaining and painless presentation that will help them get an understanding of Oracle Fusion Middleware, why its so important and how the components work together.

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