E-Business Suite

The following is a summary of the information covered in the webinar: DevOps for the Oracle Ecosystem, which can be accessed here. The Purpose of DevOps DevOps, in the most basic sense, is an intersection of people, process, and technology used to develop, deliver, and maintain software solutions.  Three critical DevOps processes include build automation,

The DOAG 2019 conference in Nuremburg was a big and busy event, filled with many speaking sessions, vendor exhibits, and venues for engaging with Oracle customers, partners, and members of the Oracle team. There were many similarities between this conference and regional events held elsewhere around the globe. Several differences I noticed were: A vast

Oracle E-Business Suite is a very helpful and complex enterprise resource planning (ERP) tool. As a result, implementing EBS involves manual scripting and processes. Thus, changes are often slow and error prone. Additionally, EBS users often customize the platform so that it better fits their needs. This can add another layer of difficulty (and opportunity

Oracle’s E-Business Suite is a significant investment for businesses, not just in the initial implementation, but in ongoing customizations and upgrades. The system’s built-in features are only the beginning, with many businesses customizing EBS to fit their processes and needs. Unfortunately, deploying the EBS customizations (e.g. PLSQL, Java, Forms, Reports) into different environments can be

The future of software development is continuous. We know this. But how do you implement methodologies like continuous integration and continuous delivery with legacy systems? These systems, which are integral to business operations and revenue channels, have taken years of effort and significant investment to build and customize. At the same time, legacy systems shouldn’t

The Opportunity Upgrading Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) can be a challenge, in many cases driven by the need to make changes and test customizations and functional setups in the upgraded environments. With EBS 12.2, the amount of work and potential errors is compounded by the move to WebLogic and online patching. Typical Pain Points 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 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

Flexagon Unveils New Version of FlexDeploy at Oracle OpenWorld Flexagon FlexDeploy 3.0 – Automating the Enterprise October 25, 2015 – At Oracle OpenWorld today, Flexagon announced FlexDeploy Version 3.0 is now available. FlexDeploy significantly lowers project risk and complexity and accelerates the overall project delivery. FlexDeploy provides a comprehensive and integrated platform for managing the

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