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BAM KPIs by Marcel van de Glind

Next I my BAM Series, a post about BAM KPIs.

First the theory from the oracle documentation

Understanding KPIs

There are two major types of performance indicators: outcome metrics and driver metrics. 174 more words


BAM Views by Marcel van de Glind

After the Queries and KPIs I will continue with the next topic. Business Views or shortly just Views.

As usual I first start with a piece of theory from the… 255 more words


BPM BAC Subversion Server refusing connections by Martien van den Akker

These days I work on setting up several development lifecycle environments for BPM, SOA and OSB. What means that we setup servers for Development and test, culminating eventually in supporting the setup of the acceptance and production servers. 157 more words


PaaS (Process & Integration) Partner Community Newsletter January 2018

Dear PaaS Partner Community,

Registration for the PaaS Partner Community Forum 2018 is open. This year we offer four conference tracks Enterprise Process & Integration and API Management, Application Development with Microservices and Containers, Mobile & Chatbot & Content Management and Innovation: blockchain and machine learning. 478 more words


Case Management Patterns using Oracle Process Cloud Service by Jose Rodrigues

Hi and welcome to a new article on Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS).

This time, we’re going to address some use patterns that may seem difficult to implement using PCS, and tackle the need for unstructured parts of the process, which is to say, parts of the process that can’t be previously modelled because, well… we don’t know how they’ll turn out. 469 more words


Patient Health Monitoring with Oracle IoTCS and PCS by Arun Pareek

Accelerate Speed to Value with Oracle Cloud Platform (PaaS)

In an increasingly digitized world, technology enabled transition is increasingly becoming a strategic ally for organisations and how they deliver services and products more effectively. 304 more words


Oracle Service Bus: transport thread blocking evidences by Fabio Mazanatti

The common case scenario for a service exposed via Oracle Service Bus is to receive a message, validate/enrich/transform it, call a service provider and then do some additional work with the response from the provider before returning it to the caller. 228 more words