SOURCE: Oracle Corporation

Oracle Corporation

April 19, 2010 08:00 ET

Oracle Announces Oracle® Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack 11gR1

Simplifies and Speeds SOA Development, Deployment and Delivery for Sustainable Value

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - April 19, 2010) -  COLLABORATE 2010 -- Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL)

News Facts

  • Oracle today announced Oracle® Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Foundation Pack 11gR1. With Oracle AIA Foundation Pack 11gR1, partners and customers can leverage their existing application investments and jumpstart new application integration projects on Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g for increased business value and agility. 
  • Beyond support for Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g, this Foundation Pack simplifies and speeds development of integration projects for business analysts, architects, developers, and application owners, effectively bringing the AIA programming model and best practices out of the documentation and into the toolset.
  • Definition and proposal of new services are captured through the decomposition of business process models by architects in an integration project workbench.
  • Creation of new services are automated for developers through wizards and templates.
  • Installation of composite business processes is simplified for application owners through the creation of a comprehensive "bill-of-materials" capturing the dependencies between services and the auto-generation of deployment plans based on the customer's environment.
  • Oracle AIA Foundation Pack 11gR1 now provides customers and partners with access to more than 130 pre-built enterprise business objects and more than 1,200 Enterprise Business Services. 
  • Oracle AIA Foundation Pack Extension for Insurance includes new Enterprise Business Objects as well as expanding content coverage to support additional processes, such as Individual Life Sales, Individual Life New Business, Group Billing, and Policy/Member Services (as related to Group Billing only).

Additional Information on Oracle Application Integration Architecture

  • Oracle AIA provides an open, standards-based approach for organizations to integrate cross-application business processes, leveraging a broad range of custom, Oracle or third-party applications, while gaining efficiencies, increasing competitive edge and enabling lower total cost of ownership.
  • Oracle AIA Foundation Packs enable companies to standardize enterprise integration efforts around a common framework and methodology, improving development productivity, service portfolio management, and SOA governance for faster delivery of lower cost, sustainable business processes.

Supporting Quotes

  • "Enterprise customers are looking for a proven application integration foundation to rapidly develop and support their composite business processes. The Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack 11gR1 provides the next-generation SOA Lifecycle Management and governance capabilities addressing many of our customer's requirements for a business process driven integration platform. The Infosys SOA/AIA COE has integrated this latest technology from Oracle into our client solutions," said Ravikumar S, VP & Global Head Oracle Practice, Enterprise Solutions, Infosys Technologies.
  • "Designed to promote rapid deployment, re-usability and configurability of business processes, Oracle AIA Foundation Pack 11gR1 saves time, effort and cost compared to building integrations from the ground up, while realizing the value of a sustainable, enterprise-class SOA," said Oracle Vice President of Development for AIA and SOA Suite Michael Weingartner. "Oracle remains committed to delivering innovative integration technologies that drive business transformation."

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