Oracle executives have been demonstrating WebCenter very actively in the last couple of weeks and months. Here are a few of those demonstrations you may want to check out.
Hear Oracle President Charles Phillips’ April 14 keynote from COLLABORATE08 as he reviews the path Oracle has taken and previews the road to come in the Applications Unlimited journey, with an update on Oracle’s strategy to enable business transformation with complete, open, and integrated enterprise software. Hear details on today’s available integrations, SOA integration, advances in Enteprise Performance Management, what’s new in Business Intelligence, Enterprise 2.0, and Oracle WebCenter.
You’ll also hear Phillips announce that Oracle is extending Premier Support for Oracle E-Business Suite 11.5.10 until November 2010. And you’ll see demos on integrating applications and data, business intelligence, and the user interface.
Emerging trends for Rich Internet Applications (RIA), Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Complex Event Processing (CEP), and Grid Computing are redefining how Java applications are developed and deployed for the enterprise. Today’s business conditions demand applications to be light weight, flexible, and scalable. In addition, users are demanding faster access to relevant information across the enterprise. This session presents Oracle’s vision of an enterprise application platform that enables developers to build user friendly, agile, and scalable business applications to support extreme transaction volumes and real-time information access.