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Leveraging Oracle Java Cloud Service For Your Business

Published on 12 April 17
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Platform as a service (PaaS) enables IT professionals, businesses, developers, and senior management to subscribe and use the software in the cloud. It lets them develop, test and deploy next generation apps in a secure, cost-effective way. The cloud-based technology allows faster time to market and scalability. Oracle’s Java Cloud Service is one such example of PaaS that allows easy, rapid and agile deployment of any Java application in a public, secure cloud. Oracle PaaS comprises several platforms that can be used collaboratively and provides cloud solutions for different use cases.
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Java Cloud Service


Java Cloud Service is well-suited for development, testing, user acceptance testing, staging and production. It lets developers create dedicated and isolated WebLogic Server environments instantly to run their entire cluster at scale. ADF application can be deployed using Java Cloud Service. Oracle’s service also provides some web-based tools to monitor performance and logs for debugging.

You can create a multi-tiered environment using a wide range of components such as load balancers or a datagrid tier using Oracle Coherence. It allows complete control and customization of the environment, roping in complete access to the infrastructure. Java’s Cloud Service also provides flexibility with features like cloud scale elasticity, one-click cloning and automated patching, scaling, backup and point-in-time restore.

With the help of Java Cloud Services ADF application can be developed to post or retrieve data from Oracle Sales Cloud.

PaaS Patterns:

  • Custom Application using ADF\OSC Objects: Custom Java application development using PaaS platforms (JCS/DBCS) can be leveraged to enhance Oracle sales cloud functionality. Build custom UI with ADF, data binding using Oracle Sales Cloud web services and other custom objects using the cloud services as part of the PaaS offering.
  • Custom Mobile Apps: You can develop custom mobile apps using DB Cloud and Rest Services as well as JCS bridge.
  • Integration with 3rd Party Applications: Oracle Sales Cloud can also use SOAP based Web Service and the same can be invoked from the UI. In cases where the target systems support Rest based services then you can build custom Java apps on PaaS as a bridge.
  • Oracle BI Cloud for Custom Reports: Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) is a cloud-based offering with advanced analytical capabilities. This supports both the desktop and mobile versions. It provides a thin client repository editor that enables building application around data gathered from multiple sources.
  • Oracle Doc Cloud can sync content from multiple sources (CRM\CPQ, Mobile and Custom Java Application): Oracle Doc Cloud powers productivity and connectivity with documents on the go. It is the business requirement of the day. Oracle Doc Cloud has enhanced sharing and collaboration features. It meets the stringent security requirements in the face of increasing threats. The advantage is that this provides support for cloud as well as on-premises document integration. It provides API support for Rest\Soap to enable external apps to sync with the Doc Cloud.

Conclusion:

Oracle’s cloud service provides organizations with more power, agility and advanced features to enhance the CRM as per the client’s needs. You need time, expertise and resources to utilize the features of Oracle PaaS. If you would like to share your experience using Oracle Sales Cloud with Java, please use the comments section below.

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Platform as a service (PaaS) enables IT professionals, businesses, developers, and senior management to subscribe and use the software in the cloud. It lets them develop, test and deploy next generation apps in a secure, cost-effective way. The cloud-based technology allows faster time to market and scalability. Oracle’s Java Cloud Service is one such example of PaaS that allows easy, rapid and agile deployment of any Java application in a public, secure cloud. Oracle PaaS comprises several platforms that can be used collaboratively and provides cloud solutions for different use cases.

and production. It lets developers dedicated and isolated WebLogic Server environments instantly to run their entire cluster at scale. ADF application can be deployed using Java Cloud Service. Oracle’s service also provides some web-based tools to monitor performance and logs for debugging.

You can create a multi-tiered environment using a wide range of components such as load balancers or a tier using Oracle Coherence. It allows complete control and customization of the environment, roping access to the infrastructure. Java’s Cloud Service also provides flexibility with features like cloud scale elasticity, one-click and automated patching, scaling, backup and point-in-time restore.

With the help of Java Cloud ADF application can be developed to post or retrieve data from Oracle Sales Cloud.

PaaS Patterns:

  • Custom Application using ADF\OSC Objects: Custom Java application development using PaaS platforms (JCS/DBCS) can be leveraged to enhance Oracle sales cloud functionality. Build custom UI with ADF, data binding using Oracle Sales Cloud web services and other custom objects using the cloud services as part of the PaaS offering.
  • Custom Mobile Apps: You can develop custom mobile apps using DB Cloud and Rest Services as well as JCS bridge.
  • Integration with 3rd Party Applications: Oracle Sales Cloud can also use SOAP based Web Service and the same can be invoked from the UI. In cases where the target systems support Rest based services then you can build custom Java apps on PaaS as a bridge.
  • Oracle BI Cloud for Custom Reports: Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) is a cloud-based offering with advanced analytical capabilities. This supports both the desktop and mobile versions. It provides a thin client repository editor that enables building application around data gathered from multiple sources.
  • Oracle Doc Cloud can sync content from multiple sources (CRM\CPQ, and Custom Java Application): Oracle Doc Cloud powers productivity and connectivity with documents on the go. It is the business requirement of the day. Oracle Doc Cloud has enhanced sharing and collaboration features. It meets the stringent security requirements in the face of increasing threats. The advantage is that this provides support for cloud as well as on-premises document integration. It provides API support for Rest\Soap to enable external apps to sync with the Doc Cloud.


Conclusion:

Oracle’s cloud service provides organizations with more power, agility and advanced features to enhance the CRM as per the client’s needs. You need time, expertise and resources to utilize the features of Oracle PaaS. If you would like to share your experience using Oracle Sales Cloud with Java, please use the comments section below.

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