Qspear offers Implementation and Managed Services on Oracle Platform technologies. QSpear’s dedicated CoE for Oracle Fusion Middleware focuses on product evaluation, building solution accelerators and reusable components on the Oracle SOA Suite. The CoE is actively engaged in designing solutions around leading technologies including Oracle’s Engineered Systems (Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud) and Oracle Business Activity Monitoring.
Oracle Fusion Middleware family consists of numerous products which can be integrated with others using open standards. It has got single development, runtime, management, and security environment.
A unique combination of services around Integration & SOA, business process management, portal & social networking solutions, and content and identity management solutions.
Oracle Fusion Middleware (OFM) practice, backed by a set of smart enablers consisting of frameworks, accelerators and competent resources, ensures enhanced ROI for our clients.
Specialization in implementing Fusion Middleware for all domains.
Services throughout the design, development, implementation, deployment and support phases of middleware projects.
Oracle’s FMW Services Portfolio Offered by Qspeard
Qspear Oracle Fusion Middleware team identifies and implements various technology solutions under FMW stack. Solutions are designed to allow enterprises to enjoy the latest technology at greater speeds while offering them IT cost savings and a better insight into their business
- SOA Stack: Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Service Bus, Oracle WebLogic Suite
- Business Process Automation: Oracle BPA Suite, Oracle BPM, Oracle business Rules
- SOA Governance: Oracle Enterprise Repository, Oracle Service Repository
- Oracle BAM: Oracle business Activity Monitoring, Oracle Event Processing
- Data Modelling, Mapping and Transformation: Oracle Service Bus, Oracle ODI, Oracle Golden Gate
- Messaging and Connectivity: Oracle WebLogic JMS
- Oracle Engineered Systems: Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud
Applications use intermediate software that resides on top of the operating systems and communication protocols to perform the following functions:
Hide the distributed nature of the application. An application represents a collection of interconnected parts that are operational and running in distributed locations, out of view.
Hide the heterogeneity of the enterprise. This includes the hardware components used, computer operating systems, and communication protocols.
Provide uniform, standard, high-level interfaces to the application developers and integrators, so that applications can be easily composed, reused, ported, and made to interoperate.
Supply a set of common services to perform various general purpose functions to avoid duplicating efforts, and to facilitate collaboration between applications.
Middleware makes application development easier, by providing common programming abstractions, by masking application heterogeneity and the distribution of the underlying hardware and operating systems, and by hiding low-level programming details.