Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

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Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Driving business with Middleware Tools BPEL and Business Rules

The current wave of technology is the alignment of IT applications (software) with business processes. Middleware technology tools are driving this direction. Increasing competitiveness in global markets, changing customer needs are requiring businesses to respond faster and faster to this change. Along with this is the importance of compliance and governance.

Two middleware tools are addressing these demands: the Business Process Execution Language and Business Rules. Both of these tools allow business users and processes to drive the direction of IT applications. Tools such as the Oracle BPEL Process Manager and Oracle Business Rules are providing customers with more agility and flexibility so they can have their IT applications be able to change quickly in a well-defined way.

The success of SOA projects are increased significantly with the use of BPEL. Adding more agility and flexibility with applications occurs when using business rules.

The Oracle Fusion Middleware technology stack continues to grow with Oracle Business Rules being added to the stack.


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