Oracle Fusion Middleware is a comprehensive platform for innovation and integration. We use it every day, and we encounter all kinds of different requirements and scenarios. In this blog, we share hints and tips on integrating using Oracle Fusion Middleware.
About the contributors:
- Mark Nelson is an Architect (an “IC6″) in the Fusion Middleware Central Development Team at Oracle. Mark’s job is to make Fusion Middleware easy to use in the cloud and at home, for developers and operations folks, with special focus on continuous delivery, configuration management and provisioning – making it simple to manage the configuration of complex environments and applications built with Oracle Database, Fusion Middleware and Fusion Applications, on-premise and in the cloud. Before joining this team, Mark was a senior member of the A-Team since 2010, and worked in Sales Consulting at Oracle since 2006 and various roles at IBM since 1994.
- Tanya Williams is a Japan/Asia Pacific Fusion Middleware Product Manager with Oracle Corporation, with a special interest in social business process management, portals and enterprise content management.
- Brenda Yin is a System Architect at Capgemini based in Shanghai, China.
- Joe Qiao is a Sales Consultant in the Enterprise 2.0 team with Oracle Corporation based in Shenzhen, China.
- Dave Shaffer joined Oracle in 2004 when Oracle acquired Collaxa, which was where the BPEL Process Manager came from. Dave led product management for the integration products, including SOA Suite, BPM Suite and the Governance tools. Recently, Dave set up Middleworks and offers services that including strategy consulting for customers and partners in the Oracle eco-system and helping customers execute on their implementation plans and goals.
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