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Its all about “Oracle Cloud” : An Overview

Posted on October 19th, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

dgreybarrow What is Cloud computing?

Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.

dgreybarrow How this came from

Cloud Computing comes into focus only when we think about what IT always needs: a way to increase the capacity or add capabilities on the fly without investing in the new infrastructure, training new personnel, or licensing new software.

Therefore such offering encompasses any subscription-based or pay-per-use service that, in real time over the internet, extends IT's existing capabilities.

dgreybarrow What is Oracle Cloud?oracle cloud

The Oracle Cloud is an enterprise cloud for business.

This offers self-service business applications delivered on an integrated development and deployment platform with tools to rapidly extend and create new services.

With predictable subscription pricing, our cloud delivers instant value and productivity for end users, administrators and developers.

Oracle perceives the following as the key business benefits from Cloud Computing:

  • Reduced CAPEX and OPEX
  • Improved agility
  • Faster time to market

dgreybarrow What is unique about Oracle Cloud?

Oracle Cloud delivers a broad set of industry-standards based, integrated services that provide customers with subscription-based access to Oracle Platform Services, Application Services, and Social Services, all completely managed, hosted and supported by Oracle.

Offering a wide range of business applications and platform services, the Oracle Cloud is the only cloud to enable customers to avoid the data and business process fragmentation that occurs when using multiple, siloed public clouds.

Oracle Cloud is powered by leading enterprise-grade infrastructure, including Oracle Exadata and Oracle Exalogic, providing customers and partners with a high-performance, reliable, and secure infrastructure for running critical business applications.

Oracle Cloud enables easy self-service for both business users and developers. Business users can order, configure, extend, and monitor their applications. Developers and administrators can easily develop, deploy, monitor and manage their applications.

dgreybarrow What are characteristics or different model exist?

This cloud model promotes availability and is composed of five essential characteristics, three service models, and four deployment models.

Five Essential Characteristics

  1. On-demand self service -Users are able to provision, monitor and manage computing resources as needed without the help of human administrators
  2. Broad network access - Computing services are delivered over standard networks and heterogeneous devices
  3. Rapid elasticity - IT resources are able to scale out and in quickly and on an as needed basis
  4. Resource pooling - IT resources are shared across multiple applications and tenants in a non-dedicated manner
  5. Measured service - IT resource utilization is tracked for each application and tenant, typically for public cloud billing or private cloud chargeback

dgreybarrow Key service models of Oracle Cloud Computing are as follows:

Customers are adopting cloud computing in many different ways.

  • Software as a Service (SaaS) - In this model applications delivered as a service to the end-users typically through a Web browser (for example, webmail). Oracle CRM-on-Demand is such an example untill date for such offering from Oracle.
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS) - In this model an application development and deployment platform delivered as a service to developers who use the platform to build, deploy and manage the SaaS applications.
  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - In this model ,Compute servers, storage and networking hardware delivered as a service.

In order to get more insights, Figure1 below shows the diagram for Oracle products avaiable in PaaS Oracle Cloud PAAS

The platform as a service typically includes databases, middleware and development tools, mostly avaiable as a service through the internet.

Oracle offers a comprehensive PaaS product offering for public cloud service providers and enterprise customers to build their own public clouds. The Oracle calls this as Oracle PaaS Platform.

The Oracle PaaS Platform is based on Oracle grid technologies including Oracle Database with Real Application Clusters and Oracle application grid including WebLogic Server, Coherence in-memory data grid and the JRockit JVM. On top of this foundation of clustered middleware and database technologies, the Oracle PaaS Platform also includes components such as Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle BPM Suite, Oracle Identity Management and Oracle WebCenter.

dgreybarrow What are different deployment models of Oracle Cloud Computing?

The following are the three key deployment models of Oracle Cloud Computing:

  • Private Clouds - For exclusive use by a single organization and typically controlled, managed and hosted in private data centers.
  • Public Clouds - For use by multiple organizations (tenants) on a shared basis and hosted and managed by the third party service provider.
  • Hybrid Clouds - When a single organization adopts both private and public clouds for a single application in order to take advantage of the benefits of both.

dgreybarrow How best to use for Oracle Cloud?

Oracle Cloud can be leveraged for many different purposes. Customers can use Oracle Cloud to:

  • Plan effectively and streamline their enterprise business processes
  • Empower people and realize the power of their employees
  • Boost sales, maximize revenues and engage customers
  • Support customers and inspire great customer experiences
  • Get social and collaborate seamlessly and securely
  • Build and rapidly deploy applications

dgreybarrow What services are available via Oracle Cloud?

Currently Oracle offerings many cloud services in three set of portfolio like Application, Platform, and Social.Oracle Cloud Offering

Under Application Services

  • ERP Services: A complete set of Financial Accounting, Project Management, Procurement, Sourcing, and Governance, Risk & Compliance solutions.
  • HCM Services: This includes complete Human Capital Management solution including Global HR, Workforce Lifecycle Management, Compensation, Benefits, Payroll and other solutions. Oracle Cloud starting at $9.50 per employee and month.
    • Oracle Fusion Global Human Resources
    • Oracle Fusion Benefits
    • Oracle Fusion Global Payroll
    • Oracle Fusion Goal Management
    • Oracle Fusion Talent Management
    • Oracle Fusion Talent Review
    • Oracle Fusion HCM Analytics
    • Oracle Fusion Workforce Compensation
    • Oracle Fusion Performance Management
    • Oracle Fusion Workforce Predictions
    • Oracle Fusion Transactional Business Intelligence
  • Talent Management Services: More or less this includes all five core module of five core modules ofOracle TBE Cloud Service:
    • Recruiting
    • Onboarding
    • Performance Management
    • Compensation
    • Learn
  • Sales and Marketing Services: A complete Sales and Marketing solution including Sales Planning, Territory Management, Leads & Opportunity Management, and Forecasting.
  • Customer Service and Support Services: A complete Customer Service solution including Web Self-Service, Contact Centers, Knowledge Management, Chat, and e-mail Management.

Platform Services

As part of Platform Services, Oracle offers a complete and comprehensive set cloud services that allow developers to build rich applications and business users to harness the platform. Specifically for developers, platform services will include:

  • Database Services to manage data and build database applications
  • Java Services to develop, deploy and manage Java EE applications
  • Web Scripting Services to build Web applications rapidly
  • Mobile Services to allow developers to build cross-platform native and HTML5 mobile applications for leading smartphones and tablets.
  • Documents Services to allow project teams to collaborate and share documents through online workspaces and portals.

Social Services

Oracle Social Network is a secure private network that provides a broad range of social tools designed to capture and preserve information flowing between people, enterprise applications, and business processes.

Oracle Cloud Social Services provides the most broad and complete enterprise social platform available in the cloud today. Oracle's integrated social platform will include:

  • Oracle Social Network to enable secure enterprise collaboration and purposeful social networking for business.
  • Oracle Social Data Services to aggregate data from social networks and enterprise data sources to enrich business applications.
  • Oracle Social Marketing and Engagement Services to enable marketers to centrally create, publish, moderate, manage, measure and report on their social marketing campaigns.
  • Oracle Social Intelligence Services to enable marketers to analyze social media interactions and to enable customer service and sales teams to engage with customers and prospects effectively.

dgreybarrow What is Oracle Cloud Customer Portal

The Oracle Cloud Customer Portal is a one-stop-shop for all your Oracle Cloud service lifecycle management needs. The portal is role-based and provides both business and operational details of the Oracle Cloud.

dgreybarrow Not to confuse.

As with many widely hyped areas, there is much more variation within the broad spectrum of products referred to as “Cloud” that is immediately apparent.

  1. Private cloud products -This enable organizations to have complete control and visibility over security, compliance, and service levels, Oracle also helps organizations build, deploy, and manage their own cloud environments, including integrated application, platform, and infrastructure products and solutions.

    Obtain more details from here

    Oracle’s private cloud offerings include
    • Oracle Cloud Applications. A complete and modular set of enterprise applications, engineered from the ground up to be cloud-ready and to coexist seamlessly in mixed environments.
    • Oracle Cloud Platform. A shared and elastically scalable platform for consolidation of existing applications and new application development and deployment.
    • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. A complete selection of servers, storage, networking fabric, virtualization software, operating systems, and management software to support diverse public and private cloud
  2. Managed cloud services. Oracle Managed Cloud Services delivers enterprise-grade, end-to-end managed cloud services across Oracle's portfolio of business applications, middleware, database, and hardware technologies. Organizations can deploy solutions according to their own specific needs and budget, and decide where applications are hosted. Obtain more details from here

Welcome to Oracle Cloud! Oracle Cloud is avaiable via this link . Your comment or input welcome.

dgreybarrow Further Reading

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Solutions for Oracle Release 12 and E-Business Tax

Posted on October 12th, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

With Release 12, Oracle introduced a new tax framework called E-Business Tax .

The new tax module includes the capability of integrating with 3rd party tax applications, such as Vertex O Series, for an even greater level of tax compliance and efficiency. Vertex is the only tax solution provider selected as Oracle's testing partner for E-Business Tax.

Vertex Sales Tax O Series Link for Oracle Integrates with the following Oracle modules:[ Adopted from Vertex Documentation]

  • Order Management
    • Estimation of Sales Tax on Standard Sales Orders (real time calculation)
  • Accounts Receivables
    • Calculation of Sales Tax on Standard AR Invoices
    • Credit memos/Debit memos & Adjustments
    • Recurring invoices
    • Manual invoices
  • iReceivables (credit memo requests)
  • Service & Project Billing (via AutoInvoice to AR)
  • CRM (iStore and Quoting via Order Capture)

Vertex Consumer Use Tax O Series Link for Oracle Integrates with the following Oracle modules:

  • Payables
    • Verify vendors charged sales tax or self-accrue use tax
  • Purchasing
    • Estimate sales tax on POs, and update committed spend in Projects
  • Inventory
    • Self-accrue use tax on material transaction movements

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Features and Functionality of the Vertex Tax Links for Oracle:

  • Provides real-time response and batch-mode processing options
  • Provides a Client Extension for customer specific tax element sourcing rules
  • Enhances address validation functionality in Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Includes configuration forms to control tax settings at an Oracle operating unit level, as well as specific jurisdiction levels
  • Updates the Vertex Journal to record use tax, and synchronizes Oracle and Vertex

The final result is an integrated solution allowing to focus on adding value to their business through increased flexibility to manage day-to-day as well as more strategic tax related business issues.

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Golden Tax

Posted on October 11th, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

VAT is an important component of the China Government’s entire taxing regime.

China mandates that Value Added Tax calculation, invoice generation, and reporting to tax authorities be done by Chinese certified software certified as “Golden Tax”. Through partnership with Hangtian, a software company for “Golden Tax” software, Oracle R12 offers a plug-and-play interface between Oracle AR and Golden tax system which is called Golden Tax Adaptor.

The official VAT is computed and official VAT invoices as well as reporting of collected VAT to the Chinese tax authorities can be entered and generated in the golden tax system. Information is then sent back through the Golden Tax Adaptor to Oracle AR where collection and accounting are actually done.

The Golden Tax project refers to an integrated nationwide value-added tax (VAT) monitoring system and was launched in a bid to establish a national computerized taxation network. Under this Golden Tax project, all businesses operating in Mainland China are required to use a government certified tax software referred to as the Golden Tax software for generating VAT invoices, VAT calculation, and statutory tax reporting. Chinese government policy requires all businesses to issue all VAT invoices through this Golden Tax system.

Invoice printing VAT Invoices is legal Requirement in China.

Golden Tax Adaptor

In Mainland China it is mandatory to use government authorized software, called Aisino Golden Tax system , for generating VAT invoices and statutory tax reporting.

Golden Tax Adaptor provides seamless integration between Oracle Receivables and the interface of Aisino Golden Tax software and streamlines the process of creating VAT invoices against the Receivables documents to make sure data consistency between Oracle Receivables and the Golden Tax software.

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The preceding diagram illustrates the integration of Golden Tax Adaptor with the Aisino Golden Tax System.

1Key points about the Golden Tax Adaptor are:

  1. The Golden Tax Adaptor is built on top of Oracle Receivables and Oracle E-Business Tax.
    • The Golden Tax Adaptor is a central repository of data used by Oracle Receivables and the Aisino Golden Tax system.
  2. The Golden Tax Adaptor application consists of tables, a workbench, concurrent programs, and XML publisher reports.
  3. Receivables data for invoices, debit memos, and credit memos can be transferred to the Golden Tax Adaptor by request or periodically.
    • The Golden Tax Invoice Workbench lets you manage, consolidate, and modify the data that is transferred from Receivables before you export the data.
    • You can export data from the Golden Tax Adaptor to a data file. All required validations are performed at the time of export.
    • You can export Golden Tax Adaptor data files into the Aisino Golden Tax system. You can then generate VAT invoices from the Aisino system and send them to customers.
  4. Aisino software allows you to export the VAT invoice data from its system to a data file.
  5. You can import the data file containing the VAT invoice data from the Aisino software into the Golden Tax Adaptor. During this import, the VAT invoice data is validated with the corresponding receivables invoice data in the Golden Tax Adaptor and then updated.
  6. Using the Golden Tax Invoice Workbench , you can view VAT invoice information against the corresponding receivables invoice in the View VAT Invoices window and from the Receivables Transactions window.
  7. Golden Tax Discrepancy and Invoice Mapping reports let you audit and report discrepancies in data between receivables and VAT invoices.
  8. You can use the Golden Tax Invoice Consolidation Mapping report to view the mapping between Golden Tax Adaptor invoices and Consolidated Golden Tax Adaptor Invoices.

1 Golden Tax Process

This feature is built on top of Oracle Accounts Receivable and Oracle E-Business Tax.

The key processes for a typical workflow are as below:

Goldan Tax Process

  1. Create receivables invoices manually or by using auto-invoice from Oracle Order Management.
  2. Transfer receivables transactions to the Golden Tax Adaptor.
  3. Modify the data in the Adaptor using the Golden Tax Invoice Workbench.
  4. Consolidate multiple invoices to an invoice based on the Consolidation rule.
  5. Export the invoice information either from the Golden Tax Invoice Workbench or a separate concurrent program.
  6. Import the flat file into the Aisino Golden Tax System (perform this activity in the Golden Tax software.)
  7. Generate corresponding VAT invoices in the Aisino Golden Tax System (perform this activity in the Golden Tax software.)
  8. Export the VAT invoice information from the Aisino Golden Tax System (perform this activity in the Golden Tax software.)
  9. Import the VAT invoices data file back into the Golden Tax Adaptor.

Hope this helps.

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What Do We Mean by Tailoring in FusionApps

Posted on October 10th, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

Those who are coming from EBS background, might aware of these terms.

  • Configuration: Implementation changes that you make to set up your application
  • Customization: Any changes that you make to existing features in the application
  • Extension: New features that you might create in the application
  • Personalization: Changes that an individual user makes for themselves to new or existing features
  • Localization: Changes that you make to provide specific functionality to an area or region

In OracleFusion Application World , Business Needs not satisfied by the default functionality can be added to a separate metadata repository, using “threecustomization/extensibility processes:

  1. Personalizations – User Level changes to the user interface, using Page Composer
  2. Runtime Customizations and Extensions – Business Analysts could make changes for all or a subset of users for certain business objects, defining security for new objects and customization of reports
  3. Design Time Customizations and Extensions - Oracle Jdeveloper is used to make customizations to more complex changes that cannot be done by personalizations or runtime customizations. Changes could be adding new functionality or an entirely new application

The extensibility of Oracle Fusion Applications is important for customers to understand for three fundamental reasons:

  • The customization process is more efficient with Oracle Fusion Applications because there’s no need to pass customizations to the IT department.
  • The extensibility process enables businesses using Software as a Service, or SaaS, as well as on-premise software, to reduce their IT workload. Users don’t have to turn to the IT department to implement customizations because they can apply the customizations themselves.
  • Any tailoring that users do is upgrade-safe and patch-friendly, so there is no need to redo customizations when the company moves to a more current version of software.

1 Documentation

You can find more details in these two documentation.

  • Fusion Applications Extensibility Guide for Business Analysts (E16691-11) covers items including customizing pages using Composers, using Flexfields, customizing and extending BPMN Processes, and customizing Reports and Analytics.
  • Fusion Applications Extensibility Guide for Developers (E41852-01) covers setting up JDeveloper and customizing and extending SOA, ADF, BPM Templates, ESS and more.

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Oracle Fusion Tap

Posted on October 9th, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

Oracle recently announced the availability of Oracle Fusion Tap, native application for the iPad ,which is capable of completely changing the way users employ their smartphones in order to realize enhanced productivity.

With Oracle Fusion Tap application, users can:

  • browse key performance indicators and view up to the minute analyses;
  • obtain a complete view of the workforce through the blending of human resource and with job specific information, such as worker performance correlated to sales performance;
  • manage CRM Sales opportunities, contacts, accounts and activities and more;
  • browse organization and view critical worker information including predicted performance and attrition; browse the product catalog and manage revenue lines;
  • compare multiple workers in order to determine top performers, compensation distribution across teams, and which workers are available to support initiatives;
  • leverage existing fusion application content and extend Fusion Tap through easy to use composers; and more.

Oracle Fusion Tap is now available in the app store via itune!

Oracle Tap for iPad cann't used by those who bought Fusion hardware as this runs off cloud-based enterprise applications and across Oracle Application Cloud Services.

You can find more insights in this clip

Refrence Note

  • Doc #1430761.1 on My Oracle Support
  • Oracle Press Release
  • Link for Oracle Fusion Tap

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Localizations, Internationalizations, and Translations

Posted on October 8th, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

Do you know, Oracle’s E-Business Suite is used in over 150 countries.

In order to help global companies lower costs, drive compliant processes, and deploy country-specific capabilities to operate anywhere in the world, Oracle has developed 3 strategies called as localizations, internationalizations, and translations.

Localizations refer to functionality that is specific to certain regions or countries, usually based on regulations, legislation, or business processes in those regions/countries. You can refer to Country Specific Data Sheet for more details.

Internationalizations refer to products with the flexibility to be used worldwide with capabilities to allow for choice of locale (i.e. date format, currency, number format, etc.) and use with multiple languages.

Translations refer to changing the actual User Interface text of a module from English to another language.

Not all modules are translated into all languages, but with each release Oracle provides more and more translations.

dgreybarrow The difference

Internationalization and localization are different procedures.

Internationalization is the process of making software portable between languages or regions, while localization is the process of adapting software for specific languages or regions.

Internationalized software can be developed using interfaces that modify program behavior at runtime in accordance with specific cultural requirements.

Localization involves establishing online information to support a language or region, called a locale.These Locale are best understood as Date format, number format, currency, name/address order …etc.In EBS, Profile options control regional preferences (locale)

Whereas, in Translation, Translating product UI strings and Help from English to another language .

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Understanding Time Zone Features in Oracle E-Business Suite 12

Posted on October 6th, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

One unique aspect of a global implementation is that multiple locations may use the same system at the same time.

What if , You need to implement Timezones for each Legal entity like US, UK, Singapore and China in your Global single Instance.

Business transactions need to be accounted for in the correct period, in particular for financial transactions such as invoicing, collections,
etc. In addition, global instances with locations in vastly different geographical regions need the ability to close each location at period end in their own time zone.Therefore , you need to have understanding for Time Zone Features in EBS R12.

Date Fields in Oracle E-Business Suite can be classified under these broad categories

Transaction Date

This is Typically Date/Time which are associated as a part of transaction creation or maintenance.

Typical example in EBS context are Transaction date, Order Date, Shipment Date, service order effective date etc.

Accounting Date This is Typically GL Date. This date determines which Accounting period the transaction Accounting period the should be booked in.
Server (database) Date

This is dates that are primarily used in Data base operations.

Such dates are typically user to capture as Creation Date,Last updated Date

Standard Oracle provides three Time Zone features that can be used:

Server Time Zone

This determines the date and time on which Database dates are determined

In absence of Legal Entity Time Zone or User Preferred Time zone set up, this is the default time zone on which all date fields are determined

Legal entity Time Zone This determines the Accounting Date for certain in-scope transactions related to Accounting
User Preferred Time Zone This determines the time zone displayed for in-scope Transaction Dates
you can check out these two easy refrence note for more insights.
  • Doc ID 402650.1 -UPTZ User-Preferred Time Zone Support in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12
  • Doc ID 726851.1 -LETZ (Legal Entity Timezone)

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Guide to Punch Out :TRANSPARENT,DOUBLE ,REPUNCHOUT..WHATELSE

Posted on October 1st, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

PUNCHOUT

Punchout is a feature from iProcurement and Oracle Exchange which allows to access the external catalog and bring the items to iProcurement in order to create requisitions. The external catalog can be hosted by Oracle Exchange, a third party organization or by the supplier.

  • Model 1: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement to Oracle Exchange ( XML)
  • Model 2a: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement Directly to Supplier-Hosted Catalog (XML)
  • Model 2b: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement Directly to Supplier-Hosted Catalog(cXML)
  • Model 3a : Punchout from Oracle Exchange to Supplier-Hosted Catalog (XML)
  • Model 3b: Punchout from Oracle Exchange to Supplier-Hosted Catalog (cXML)
  • Model 4: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement to Supplier-Hosted Catalog via Oracle Exchange (XML)
  • Model 5: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement to Supplier-Hosted Catalog via Oracle Exchange (cXML)

TRANSPARENT PUNCHOUT

Transparent Punchout is used when users do not see the supplier site.

The system will search the supplier sites and bring the item in iProcurement search results page along with local items.

It is for iProcurement only.

The Transparent Punchout Models available are:

  • Model 1: Transparent Punchout from Oracle iProcurement to Oracle Exchange (XML)
  • Model 2: Transparent Punchout from Oracle iProcurement to Supplier-Hosted Catalog (XML)

DOUBLE PUNCHOUT

As part of Model 1, the requester has access to Oracle Exchange when creating a requisition. When in Oracle Exchange, the user may have the ability to drill out to a supplier punchout site. This is called a double punchout.

REPUNCHOUT (CXML)

Re-punchout allows to view later the item on the supplier site from the created requisition line.

To use this feature, supplier provides the Supplier Config ID in the xml message which becomes a hidden number in the requisition and purchase order. The Supplier Config ID cannot be edited in Oracle iProcurement and Oracle Purchasing. Also, the applications do not check whether the Supplier Config ID is still valid during purchase order creation, but assume that it is. Only standard purchase orders support the Supplier Config ID field.

In re-punchout, the supplier part auxiliary id is not stored in the requisition lines table. Only the supplier part id is in the requisition line table.

The configuration number for re-punchout is supported by the following models only:

  • Model 2a: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement Directly to Supplier-Hosted Catalog (XML)
  • Model 2b: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement Directly to Supplier-Hosted Catalog (cXML)
  • Model 4: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement to Supplier-Hosted Catalog via Oracle Exchange (XML)
  • Model 5: Punchout from Oracle iProcurement to Supplier-Hosted Catalog via Oracle Exchange (cXML)

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OOW-2012 – Key highlights from Larry’s Keynote Announcements

Posted on October 1st, 2012 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

Here are the four things mentioned by Larry Ellison at his key note at OOW2012.

  • Oracle will provide cloud services on all three tiers: SaaS, PaaS and IaaS.
  • Oracle Owned and Managed Private Data cloud
  • Oracle Database 12c
  • Exadata x3 Database In Memory Machine

You can watch out 3 min video highlight of his keynote ..

You can read the full coverage here

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