Castle in the clouds – Building the Connexys SaaS application with Fusion Middleware
SaaS applications serve users in many organizations from a single application instance running in a cloud. Common SaaS requirements include: customization including hiding and adding fields, managing boilerplate text & influencing the look & feel and a Service API for retrieving and manipulating data as well as allowing registration of listeners – applications outside the cloud that are notified by the SaaS application of events. Deep link navigation into the SaaS application allows visual integration with local applications.
Connexys provides a SaaS application (150+ customers) to support human resource and recruitment processes. The Connexys NextGen application is developed on Fusion Middleware using ADF. The application has an impressive number of specific SaaS enhancements (some inspired by Salesforce.com) that make it a compelling & competitive SaaS offering.
Below you will find the slides from the OBUG 2010 presentation that Arne van der Ing and I submitted and prepared for yesterday’s conference.
Come to our Forms2Future event (or “Oracle Classic and what next” event) on April 13th to here more about Connexys and other stories about moving to the future from current Oracle classical environments. See http://www.amis.nl/modernisering Â for more information.
- OOW 2009: Castle in the Clouds: SaaS-Enabling Oracle ADF Faces Applications
- Castle in the clouds – SaaS Enabling JavaServer Faces applications (JavaOne 2009, Technical Session)
- Castle in the clouds or reality – Oracle Database and Cloud Computing
- The Oracle Fusion Middleware Developer Challenge – Who is to win this competition in application development?
- Sneak Preview of Oracle Fusion Middleware for the Regional Directors (OOW 2006)
- ADF: (Automatic) Partial Page Rendering across Taskflows
- ADF client-side architecture – Select All
- ADF DVT: Analyzing Financial Position of the European Football (Soccer) Leagues using Treemap
- ADF DVT – Scaling TreeMap components for comparisons across masters and categories
- ADF DVT: Using the Tree Map visualization component – to compare relative sizes and distributions
- ADF DVT: Using the Timeline component to visualize the recent history of an RSS feed
- ADF: (re-)Introducing Contextual Events in several simple steps
- ADF DVT Speed Date: Interactive Bubble Graph
- Out of the box usage of ADF DVT Scheduling Gantt Chart to report Database Query Results using stacked bar charts per time period
- ADF DVT Speed Date : Meeting The Hierarchy Viewer