Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Released
Oracle has announced the availability of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g, which introduces new capabilities in Oracle WebLogic Suite, Oracle WebCenter Suite, Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Identity Management and Oracle JDeveloper.
Enhancements across the platform include:
Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g - new features, including Oracle Fusion Middleware GridLink for Oracle Real Application Clusters and Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Grid Messaging, strengthen reliability and availability. Oracle Fusion Middleware ActiveCache also enables rapid scale-out to meet changing user demand and system load.
Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g - provides a broad set of reusable, out-of-the-box services components that can be plugged into virtually any type of portal – intranet, composite application, Web-based community – to enhance social networking and personal productivity. Oracle Composer, a declarative, browser-based tool, makes it easy for both end-users and developers to create, share, and personalize applications, portals and social sites. And the new Oracle WebCenter Spaces, a pre-built social networking solution, enables end-user driven, created and managed communities (Group Spaces and Personal Spaces) to increase productivity, communication, and efficiency.
Oracle SOA Suite 11g - provides a single process platform – unifying system, human and document-centric processes and an Event Driven Architecture (EDA) with a complete range of SOA capabilities from development to security and governance.
Oracle Identity Management 11g - delivers the first components of a fully integrated Identity Management suite and features deeper integration with other Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions, as well as new features such as Deployment Accelerators, Universal Federation Framework, and a modern unified user interface based on Oracle’s Application Development Framework (ADF) Faces.
Oracle JDeveloper 11g - with new capabilities including hot-pluggable Application Life-cycle Management (ALM), support for binding Excel front-ends to Java back-ends, design time and run-time declarative personalization support for JSF, and new Ajax and Flash enabled JSF components with push technology.
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