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Thought Leadership

Rubicon Red is consistently sought out by its customers and partners as the go-to people in their field of expertise - Oracle Fusion Middleware.


As trusted sources who move and inspire people with innovative ideas; Rubicon Red turns these ideas into reality. This is consistently recognised by Oracle with numerous global innovation awards.

Unrivaled Expertise

Having been directly involved in the original beta program for Oracle’s first major Fusion Middleware release, the team at Rubicon Red have literally decades of hands on expertise with Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Latest News

  • 20 Jul
    Rubicon Red makes Rust Report’s Who’s Who of Aussie ICT
    Rubicon Red has been listed as one of Rust Report’s ‘Companies to Watch’. Rust Report is a leading online source of Australian ICT news and views, with a very wide reach among an influential group of readers throughout Australia, New Zealan Jul 20 15 | Read More
  • 3 Jul
    Example of Auto-Complete in MAF using Google Places
    This requirement came up in a customer project recently and I thought it was worth blogging due to some of the issues found and also the ease with which it was implemented - once you have the workaround! Background To provide some context; we were Jul 3 15 | Read More
  • 26 Jun
    Rubicon Red’s MyST, Winner Of 2015 Queensland AIIA iAward – New Product Category
    Rubicon Red is proud to announce success at this year’s Queensland AIIA iAwards, with Rubicon Red’s MyST software, taking out the New Product Category.This award further reinforces Rubicon Red’s commitment to thought leadership, innovatio Jun 26 15 | Read More
  • 21 Jun
    Continuous Delivery for Oracle SOA and BPM
    The goal of continuous delivery is to help software development teams drive waste out of their process by simultaneously automating the process of software delivery and reducing the batch size of their work. This allows organizations to rapidly, reli Jun 21 15 | Read More
  • 9 Jun
    Implementing GPS Detection in MAF
    Oracle MAF does not currently provide an out of the box solution for detecting whether GPS is enabled (at least as of version 2.1.2). This is problematic when using a function such as startLocationMonitor, as when there is no GPS the app will lock up Jun 9 15 | Read More

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