508: Succeeding with Oracle Fusion Message-Oriented Middleware
Anthony Noriega , ADN Biography
|Objectives:||Stressing the relevance of inter-process communication imposed by Oracle’s Streams Advanced Queuing.
Providing a brief discussion on programming techniques, methodologies, and business models.
Positioning Oracle as the de facto leader in the database/message queuing integrated market.
|Abstract:||The advancement of messaging technologies at the middleware tier have lead to the expansion of web services and Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) that are based on such messaging technologies. E-business provides the best framework to expand on messaging architectures and Oracle Fusion MOM features the best solution available. In particular, this paper focuses on a discussion about advanced message queuing technology based primarily on Streams AQ and interacting thirty-party products, by introducing the most relevant technical and business concepts, their usage, and the criteria that apply to their practical implementation. With the integration of business information systems, advanced message queuing models allow for a robust consolidation of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web Services applications, emphasizing reliability, and information privacy and security, and consistently enriching the steady growing information integration middleware and business landscape.|
|Date:||Tuesday, April 15, 2008|
|Time:||9:45 AM - 12:00 PM|