Matt Wright talks with Oracle about the new Salesforce Adapter
Oracle has announced this week the release of the Oracle Cloud Adapters for the Oracle SOA Suite, whilst integration with the cloud applications such as Salesforce was already achievable through the SOA Suite, the use of the adapters dramatically simplify and reduce the development effort to implement integration between cloud and on-premise applications.
The Oracle Press Release quotes Matt Wright, CTO, Rubicon Red, and Oracle Gold Partner as saying that the “Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com is a ‘game changer’ addition to Oracle’s comprehensive set of integration adapters. With the Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com, Oracle has reduced the cost and complexity of integrating applications with a simplified and unified approach.”
Another key area addressed by the Cloud Adapters, is the set-up and configuration of secure connectivity to cloud based applications. Historically, when implementing purely on-premise integration, organisations security requirements have not been overly onerous. As soon as integration goes beyond the firewall, then security requirements become more stringent, which has acted a serious road-block to integration with external systems.
As more of an organisations application move to the cloud, the ability to rapidly and securely integrate on-premise apps with the cloud becomes increasingly critical for an organisation to do business. The Oracle Cloud adapters have just made this a whole lot simpler.
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Oracle has awarded Rubicon Red with its 2013 ‘Oracle Fusion Middleware Top Technical Champion Award for Specialized Partner of the Year for Asia Pacific’; which recognizes Oracle Partners with a strong technical focus on the successful delivery of Oracle Fusion Middleware Solutions.
This is the second successive year that Rubicon Red has been a recipient of this award; and is in recognition for their commitment to deliver innovative, specialized solutions and services based on Oracle Fusion Middleware, as well as their overall contribution to developing the Oracle Fusion Middleware community through the publication of books, blogs and delivery of sessions at events such as Oracle Open World. Notable achievements highlighted as part of the award include:
The implementation of a Web Center, SOA solution for Ardent Leisure (owner of Dreamworld, Whitewater World, AMF Bowling, etc) to integrate functionality from its newer cloud apps and its older on-premise systems – in a single integrated user interface.
Release of MyST 2.0, Rubicon Red’s declarative based, packaged solution for the design, install, configuration and continuous deployment of Oracle Fusion Middleware and Applications
Session on SOA EDG Best Practice delivered with Oracle at Open World, and repeated a number of times globally since.
Matt Wright received the award on behalf of Rubicon Red from Steve Ng (Senior Vice President Oracle Fusion Middleware Asia Pacific) and Franco Ucci (GM Oracle Fusion Middleware ANZ) at the recent Annual Top Partner Conference, which took place at the Pullman Resort in Lijiang, China.