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Applied SOA Patterns on the Oracle Platform

By : Sergey Popov
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Applied SOA Patterns on the Oracle Platform

By: Sergey Popov

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (16 chapters)
Applied SOA Patterns on the Oracle Platform
About the Author
About the Reviewers
An Introduction to Oracle Fusion – a Solid Foundation for Service Inventory
Gotcha! Implementing Security Layers

About the Reviewers

Mehmet Demir is a TOGAF-certified Enterprise Architect with more than 15 years of experience in designing systems for large companies. He has hands-on experience in developing and implementing SOA-based solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware, WebCenter Portal, WebCenter Content, BEA WebLogic/AquaLogic product technologies, and Oracle Identity Access Management Suite. As an Oracle-certified SOA Architect, IBM-certified SOA Designer, BEA-certified Architect, and Oracle WebCenter 11g Certified Implementation Specialist, Mehmet focuses on developing high-quality solutions using best practices. He is currently working for EPAM, Canada, as an Enterprise Architect, delivering high-value IT solutions to many of Canada's most prominent companies such as CIBC, Home Hardware, and Bell TV. Prior to EPAM, Mehmet worked for BEA Systems where he had been a principal member of the Canadian consulting team. In addition to his technical capabilities, Mehmet has an MBA from Schulich School of Business and is a certified Project Manager with PMI's PMP designation. Mehmet can be contacted at

Gilberto Holms is currently working as an IT Architect at Multiplus SA, a Brazilian loyalty program company. He has around 8 years of experience in the software development industry, working on Java and Middleware technologies, and has been the Lead Architect for many JEE, SOA, and BPM solutions. In his current role at Multiplus, he works on the architecture, design, and implementation of strategic IT solutions that are mainly based on Oracle SOA and BPM technologies. Currently, he is particularly interested in API development, SOA enterprise governance, artificial intelligence algorithms, and open source projects. He regularly writes technical articles on SOA, BPM, Middleware, and Java on his blog,

Robert van Mölken is a Senior Oracle Integration Specialist with emphasis on building service-oriented business processes. He has over 6 years of experience in Oracle's SOA Suite and Service Bus where his speciality is with BPEL, SCA, SOAP, XPath, XQuery, XML, Java, JAX-WS, Advanced Queuing, and PL/SQL. Since 2007, he has had experience in dealing with Oracle SOA Suite 10g and later with SOA Suite 11g. Last year, he joined the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Beta and presented a new Fusion Middleware 12c product called Managed File Transfer along with the Product Manager at Oracle OpenWorld. He is also an active blogger on the technology blog of AMIS Services where he writes about SOA, testing, and the Internet of Things. Robert works at AMIS located in the Netherlands. AMIS helps partners to use the investments they put in to Oracle technology as effectively and economically as possible, and contributes to the success of their organization. AMIS is the Oracle knowledge partner in the Netherlands. This is evident from the world's leading weblog,, the level of knowledge, projects, employees, and Oracle awards.

Fabio Persico was born in Sorrento in the south of Italy in 1981. After completing 2 years of an MSc in Computer Science in 2006, he got involved in the Oracle world through an internship of 9 months with Oracle, Italy. As an apprentice at Oracle, he had the chance to learn more about the J2EE platform and some Oracle products such as Oracle Database and the SOA Suite. After that, he continued to work with Oracle and got fully involved mainly in the SOA stack, working for many customers from different areas. He's been working with infoMENTUM Limited since 2012, where he is mainly playing the role of a developer/architect in a project based on the Oracle FM/SOA stack. Fabio is an Oracle Certified Specialist consultant.

Phil Wilkins has spent nearly 25 years in the software industry, working with both multinationals and software startups. He started out as a developer and has worked his way up through technical and development management roles. His last 12 years have been primarily in Java-based environments. He now works as an Enterprise Technical Architect within an IT group for a global optical healthcare manufacturer and retailer. Outside his work commitments, he has contributed his technical capabilities to support others in a wide range of activities: from the development of community websites to providing input and support to people authoring books and developing software ideas and businesses, including reviewing a number of Java- and Oracle-related books for Packt Publishing. When not immersed in work and technology, he spends his downtime pursuing his passion for music and spending time with his wife and two boys.