Oracle OpenWorld 2010: Practical Insight on Using AIA Session

Session S316877 – Practical Insight on using Application Integration Architecture
at Moscone West L3, Room 3011
on Thursday, September 23 at 1:30pm

The session was quite well attended for a Thursday afternoon (and final day of OpenWorld) with almost 100 attendees. I shared some of the best practices we have learned from our customer implementation experiences, focusing on three areas:

  1. REUSE – if you are not reusing services, you might as well not use SOA
  2. BUILD NEW – using a holistic approach to SOA with governance utilities
  3. PLAN ROLLOUT – to ensure success in your SOA implementation

Here is the webinar of that session.

You can consider this session as a follow-up to the Oracle OpenWorld 2009 AIA Best Practices session.

March 2010 Paris, Frankfurt, Hyderabad Photos

I have posted some of my Paris, Frankfurt and Hyderabad trip (March 2010) photos, taken with my point-n-shoot Canon PowerShot SD750. View more photos on my Flickr photostream and do leave a comment there if you like the photos.

Update: September 30, 2010: Video of the team’s Saturday day out in Paris, with background score from Shammi Kapoor‘s Bollywood movie “An Evening in Paris“.


Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

Oracle Paris Office

View entire Paris set.

Fressgasse Frankfurt


View entire Frankfurt set.

Husain Sagar Lake Hyderabad

View entire India set.

Oracle OpenWorld 2010: Must-see AIA Sessions

This year’s OpenWorld should be one of the biggest, so to ensure you don’t miss your favorite AIA sessions, here is the Focus on AIA session guide (pdf).

Also, check out the 5 must-see AIA sessions, which includes my session “S316877 – Practical Insight on using Application Integration Architecture” (yes, we do have to spell out AIA in full, but that’s another story). That’s at Moscone West L3, Room 3011 on Thursday, September 23 at 1:30pm. I will be presenting on the usage of various AIA features and tools in a typical implementation, so if there is anything specific you would like to hear about, drop me a comment below.

See you at OpenWorld!

Correction Sep 14, 2010: There are six sessions, not five listed on the page.