Integrations and middleware has never been more important.
Vigilant has the Oracle skills and experience needed to ensure our customer’s success, from the operating systems to Oracle WebLogic Server and the Oracle Middleware running on it, providing workflow and integrations between your systems using Oracle and third-party adapters.
From the very top of our delivery organization down, Vigilant brings a deep understanding of Oracle SOA Suite. Our team has been involved with the product since its inception and have participated in the evolution from its 10g release to its current cloud-based role within Integration Cloud Services. We have experience with developing and deploying SOA strategies, evolving organizations from file-based integrations to service-based integrations.
We have experience with maximizing the usefulness of the major components of BPEL Process Manager, Oracle Service Bus, and Business Activity Monitor individually and in-conjunction with each other. We have experience with designing solutions that increase the flexibility of workflows through use of the WebLogic Server Rules Engine and integration with B2B Services such as EDI. Our SOA practice handles everything from management of simple, short-lived transactions to long-lived, complex composites.
When Oracle acquired BEA, bringing with it the WebLogic and AquaLogic products, Vigilant’s delivery leadership were deeply engaged with the products. We were part of the evolution from AquaLogic Service Bus to become Oracle Service Bus and from Fuego to become Oracle BPM. We were architects and designers, deploying interactions between the new SOA Suite and BPM Suite, working with Oracle and third-party software firms in their development of adapters for each.
As a key part of the Oracle team, Vigilant leadership has also involved in the process of designing and deploying solutions since the early days of Oracle security product acquisitions and integrations into the current suite. We have experience in deploying Oracle Access Management, Oracle Identity Manager (OIM), and Oracle Access Management (OAM) and Oracle Internet Directory and in integrating them with middleware components to provide.