PaaS Partner Success Video: Robert Szilinski, CEO esentri Autonomous Supply Chain with Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service

esentri developed an innovative SCM solution-price calculation formulas are stored on a blockchain as smart contracts. Thanks to the Oracle Blockchain CS, all parties involved can blindfoldedly trust order processes and associated price calculations. For more information please visit the solution catalog.

Watch the video here.

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PaaS Partner YouTube Update October 2019

The October video includes three topics:

• Oracle OpenWorld

• New certifications

• Integrate SaaS Webcast

For regular updates please subscribe to our YouTube channel here. Thanks for your likes and sharing the video on YouTube and LinkedIn. For the latest PaaS Community information please visit our Community update wiki here (Community membership required).

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Smart Banking Demo

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Through this automated banking solution, Oracle can help banks onboard their corporate customers quickly and securely. Using blockchain technology, both parties keep a real-time record every time someone edits, signs, or even downloads a document. Watch the video here.

 

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Integrate SaaS hands-on Bootcamps in Reading, Singapore, Mumbai, Reston, Chicago and as a Virtual Class

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Do you want to find out why Gartner named Oracle as a Leader in Magic Quadrant for three years in row? Are you able to innovate quickly in the new digital world? Are you looking for ways to integrate systems and data faster using a modern cloud integration platform? Attend the Oracle Integration Bootcamp, a three days hands-on training for Oracle partners!

Oracle Product Management is pleased to invite Oracle Partners to attend a 3-days hands-on workshop on how to integrate with ERP & HCM applications using Oracle Integration Cloud. This Invite-Only hands-on workshop will be delivered at No-Fee to Partners. It will consist of presentations, demos, and hands-on labs.

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) offers Integration, Process Automation and Visual design capabilities that help business analysts and IT specialists to automate end to end business processes across departments. Oracle Integration Cloud offers a simple recipe to be successful in this application integration and process automation journey: Build, Integrate and Engage.

Locations:

· Reading UK October 9th-11th 2019

· Virtual web training November 4th-6th 2019

· Reston, USA November 5th-7th 2019

· Singapore November 11th-13th 2019

· Mumbai, India November 25th-27th 2019

· Chicago, USA December 17th-19th 2019

 

For additional location please visit our website here.

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Additional new content PaaS Partner Community

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· Oracle’s Formula for Cloud Success On Oracle’s second-quarter earnings call, Oracle Executive Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison emphasized that two strategic initiatives would determine Oracle’s success: the cloud-based Oracle Autonomous Database, which provides “the largest technology lead we have ever enjoyed over our database competitors since we entered the database market almost four decades ago,” and its two cloud-based enterprise resource planning suites. What else did Ellison say?

· Enterprise IT Will Be 80% Cloud by 2025 The reasoning behind Oracle’s prediction is that newer, enterprise-grade cloud architectures, plus the extreme automation of platforms such as Oracle Autonomous Database, will multiply the cost savings of the cloud while letting enterprise IT meet its other commitments to the business. Performance and security that real businesses demand.

· Secrets to Building Blockchain, IoT, and Other Developer Demos “The idea was to build a demo to show all of the Oracle Supply Chain applications that will be used for working with a manufacturing plant or in the manufacturing process,” explains Jasper Potts, speaking at Oracle OpenWorld Europe in London. The secrets.

· The Next 30 Years: How to Survive Disruption “The bad is that everything is broken and we all know it. The good is that it’s fixable,” said futurist Mark Stevenson at Oracle OpenWorld London. “The ugly is that it’s going to get messy as the old world dies and a new one has to be built.” One secret to survival? Getting help from people who understand technology. More of his top advice.

 

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Sending Data from Oracle IoT to a Mobile Device Using Node.js

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In this learning path, you will create a Node.js application to integrate Oracle IoT Cloud Service and Oracle Mobile Cloud Service. Take the course here.

Five Ways Blockchain Is Changing Higher Ed
For one, blockchain’s ability to manage, share, and protect digital content makes it ideal for helping researchers and educators create intellectual property, share it, and still control the way it’s used. Professors, for instance, could be rewarded based on the actual use, and reuse, of their teaching materials, much as how they’re rewarded based on citations in research papers and journals. Four more advantages.

 

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Another blockchain: installing Ethereum on Oracle Cloud by Lonneke Dikmans

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After installing MultiChain on Oracle Compute Cloud, and playing around with HyperLedger on the Oracle Blockchain Cloud service, I now ran into a case where Ethereum was used.
This blog post describes how I installed a Ethereum node on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Prerequisites
  • An account on Oracle Cloud with Administrator rights
  • You have generated an ssh key-pair
  • You are logged in to your cloud account
Create Compartment

Create a compartment with the name Ethereum to separate this from your other infrastructure. You can find this under "Identity".

Create a Virtual Cloud Network
  1. Navigate to Virtual Cloud Network, by selecting Network from the Menu
  2. Select the compartment you just created
  3. Click "Create Virtual Cloud Network"
  • The compartment will default to the compartment you just selected
  • Name: ethereum-network
  • select "Create Virtual Cloud Network plus related resources" to quickly get up and running
  • Click "Create"

A dialog is displayed that shows you what has been created, after a few seconds.

Create compute nodes

For this example I will create 3 nodes on 3 separate VMs. Read the complete article here.

 

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Create a Decision Model for Your Business Process free online training

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In business, decisions are everywhere. Should this loan application or document change be approved? Should emergency vehicles be dispatched to this incident? How many bonus shopping points is this shopping cart worth?

· Have you ever left your house and wished you were better prepared for the weather?

In this learning path, you’ll build a decision model that makes the decision for you. You’ll create a simple process application that asks you to input the current temperature and the chance of rain. Based on the forecast, the application decides whether you should bring:

· An umbrella, for warm and rainy weather

· A raincoat, for cold and rainy weather

· An overcoat, for cold and dry weather

· Nothing, for warm and dry weather

· Attend the training here.

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Oracle Dynamic Process Calling Structured Process Caveat by Jan Kettenis

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When implementing a Dynamic Process, there currently are three options to implement a case activity: Human Task, Service (or Integration), and Process. At least up to version 18.4.5.0.0 there is limitation when defining the interface in case of a Process Activity making that you cannot use a Business Type which is based on an XSD element, which on its turn in based on a complexType. The below describes the problem you will run into, and a suggestion of how to work-around this.

When developing XSD’s for web services you may have developed the practice of defining a complexType with an element based on that complexType, for example as in the below XSD. Reason could be that you developed with the (on-premise) SOA or BPM Suite and found this to give the best flexibility, especially when integrating with Oracle Business Rules. Read the complete article here.

 

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FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage Integrations with Connections by Dan Reynebeau

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Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) provides the ability to develop an integration in the cloud.  The integration can connect cloud and/or on-premise applications, however, these integrations are maintained directly in the cloud and not in any Source Code Management (SCM) system.  Deploying an integration from one OIC instance to another OIC instance is a manual process. It requires exporting an integration from one instance and importing that integration into the next instance.  In addition, the associated connections must be sync’d between instances.  Due to the manual nature of managing the integrations, there is very limited delivery lifecycle management.

FlexDeploy provides build, deploy, release automation and delivery lifecycle management to eliminate the manual deployment process and easily show what integration version is in which environment.  In this blog, we will show how to configure FlexDeploy to

  • communicate with an OIC instance
  • export/import an integration
  • manage the associated connections in a single operation to simplify the integration deployment
FlexDeploy Configuration

The configuration starts with the creation of several topology components such as environments, instances and endpoints.  I won’t cover the creation of these components however each of the links will provide the user guide pages for each component.  Once the topology components are created and associated with each other, the environment/instances will be created on the topology overview and allow configuration of each environment/instance combination.  This will be the main configuration to be able to communicate with the OIC instance.  Select Topology->Topology Overview.  The page will show a colored circle per environment with red meaning not configured to green meaning fully configured. Read the complete article here.

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