Manage Agility through Manage-ability â€“ Introducing Design Time at Run Time in Oracle Fusion Middleware
Below is my presentation from the OGH DBA, SOA & BPM Day on November 8th. My talk was about achieving instant agility with application, through the ability to manipulate behavior and look & feel of applications at run time. And also to provide various flavors – parallel versions – of the application through customization.
Oracle Fusion Middleware has built-in infrastructure to provide run time agility as well as customization. This infrastructure is commonly referred to as ‘design time at run time’ (and lately also the Fusion Extension Platform). It is based on MDS (meta data services) Repository and a bunch of run time, WYSIWYG tools: the composers.
To make agility work through design time at run time, it is adamant that organizations clearly define the roles and the process associated with it. And finding staff to play the role of ‘run time application editor’ will not be easy.
- (Slides for) Instant Agility in Oracle Fusion Middleware through Design Time @ Run Time (Oracle Open World 2011)
- WebCenter 11gR1 PS3 – Design Time at Run Time with a Vengeance – introducing run time Data Controls and Data Visualizations
- OOW 2007: Christmas Present from Oracle for Developers (11g Fusion Middleware…. Preview Release)
- The Christmas Present has arrived: the Oracle 11g Fusion Middleware technology preview
- Sneak Preview of Oracle Fusion Middleware for the Regional Directors (OOW 2006)
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