Rama Rimmalapudi

I have been working as a Fusion Middleware Architect for the past 8 years, with over 15 years of experience in software Architecture, Design, Development, Performance Tuning and production support of Java/J2EE based applications. I have 8+ years of experience designing enterprise applications using Oracle Fusion Middleware, building custom applications using ADF and System Integrations using SOA Suite. I also have extensive knowledge with DevOps, Release Automation, Oracle Applications, WebLogic and Coherence in high volume and highly available deployment configurations.

You can build and test Mule Applications or APIs using Anypoint Studio very easily. But when it comes to automating deployments to your environments, with complete visibility, rich property management, and fully automated options, you need a good enterprise DevOps tool. FlexDeploy’s solution for MuleSoft bridges all these gaps and provides a complete DevOps solution.

FlexDeploy supports the automation of E-Business Suite (EBS) extension and customization migrations. In this post, let’s take a look at the support of Application Object Library (AOL) objects. You can extract these along with any other desired artifacts from your Development EBS instance and migrate them to other EBS instances, including Production.  FlexDeploy supports complete automation, with

FlexDeploy provides automation of your XML Publisher reports along with all other EBS artifacts. You can extract these along with any other desired artifacts (Build) from your Development EBS instance and migrate them to other EBS instances, including Production (Deploy).  FlexDeploy supports both on-premise and cloud instances to build and deploy any of your EBS artifacts.  For

In Oracle EBS Asset Management, Work Order is the foundation for all maintenance organizations. Work orders define the resources and items that are needed to conduct work. Enterprise Asset Management Work Orders are created for assets and rebuildable inventory items. They are defined manually, or generated automatically based on a scheduled Activity. Sometimes we want

In two previous posts I gave overviews of how FlexDeploy’s EBS plugin can automate EBS deployments, and how FlexDeploy supports your development team in deploying changes to EBS Release 12.2 and above. (Quick review: FlexDeploy is DevOps and Continuous Delivery for Oracle Fusion Middleware, Cloud, and Applications. FlexDeploy streamlines the processes for building, deploying, and

In my previous blog article I explained the core features of FlexDeploy‘s EBS Plugin to deploy all changes to Oracle E-Business Suite. In this article, I will explain how FlexDeploy supports EBS Release 12.2 and above. Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 and above implementations include two editions (versions) of the application code and seed data. The file system contains

Many organizations with Oracle EBS need to make customizations to meet their business requirements. Deploying these changes in test and production environments can be tedious, error prone, and time consuming due to the nature and complexity of the change process. There has been a strong demand from our FlexDeploy customers to improve the EBS deployment

  We can export data to excel very easily using af:exportCollectionActionListener tag from ADF table as below.   But the issue is with big numbers. When you open the excel file, you will see big numbers in scientific format as below.   By tweaking/changing output for exported excel alone, we can instruct excel not to display

I decided write this after reading several blogs where people were struggling with the complexities of managing project dependencies during deployment. It is common in most enterprises to have multiple projects which are dependent on other projects. My example below is for Oracle SOA, but the issue exists with many technologies and FlexDeploy makes it easy to handle