5 Cloud to On-Premise Connectivity Patterns

My latest post on the Oracle SOA and Fusion Middleware blogs discusses the various connectivity options for cloud to on-premise integration. A lot of emphasis has been put earlier on connectivity TO the cloud SaaS applications, and integration on the cloud (SaaS-to-SaaS or PaaS-to-SaaS). Connectivity FROM the cloud to on-premise is typically relegated as an after-thought, with the de-facto assumption being “we’ll just use VPN” to handle any firewall issues.

This post discusses the different approaches, VPN included, that you should consider when designing this inbound on-premise integration pattern. Read the full post here.

My Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 San Francisco


My Sessions

In addition, I will be at the SOA and Integration Demopods on Monday and Tuesday between 3pm-6pm.

Some Amazing Facts

Here are some amazing (and fun) facts about this year’s event courtesy of Deal Architect Vinnie Mirchandani.
  • 60,000 attendees from 145 countries and more than 2.1 million viewers online
  • $120M+ generated for the Bay Area economy
  • 500+ partner exhibits in 300,000 square feet of space
  • 2,500+ sessions for attendees across 15 venues featuring over 3,500 speakers
  • 48,000 gallons of filtered tap water, 150,000 cups of coffee, 64,000+ lunches

See you there!

Hybrid Cloud Integrations using Oracle SOA Suite

My post on the Oracle SOA blog shows you a detailed, step-by-step approach of using the Oracle SOA Suite to integrate with cloud applications, taking the Oracle RightNow Cloud Service as an example. It shows how you can take care of specific SaaS API considerations (security, polymorphic operations etc) and achieve a consistent integration strategy for your organization, whether it is A2A, B2B, cloud or mobile integration.

Oracle SOA at Cloud Connect 2013

Oracle at Cloud Connect 2013

Visit the Oracle booth #608 at Cloud Connect next week (April 3 and April 4) to learn about how you can use Oracle SOA Suite to provide a comprehensive cloud integration solution. I will be at the booth on April 3rd starting at noon. Looking forward to see you there!