Oracle's fusion vision

Oracle has announced the launch of a new version of its Oracle Application Server (OAS) 10g package, describing it as a “major update”.

  • E-Mail
By  Eliot Beer Published  October 23, 2005

Oracle has announced the launch of a new version of its Oracle Application Server (OAS) 10g package, describing it as a “major update”. “This latest release of OAS 10g will now provide flexibility and business agility by allowing our customers to integrate their existing heterogeneous systems, enabling them to maximise their IT investment,” says Ayman Abouseif, Oracle’s Gulf States managing director. The update, OAS 10g release three, includes enhancements to Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Application Developer Framework (ADF), such as code re-factoring and improved support for Java. It also features improved handling of very high performance applications such as grid computing. Thomas Kurian, Oracle’s senior vice president of fusion middleware development, says, “The advancements in this release will deliver to customers a comprehensive SOA platform enabling them to increase business agility and get the most from existing and future IT investments. Since the product is backward compatible, Oracle customers will be able to quickly and easily upgrade from OAS 10g release one and two to OAS 10g release three.” OAS 10g is part of Oracle’s fusion middleware suite of packages. They offer a foundation for organisations to run a variety of applications effectively, and utilise service oriented architecture (SOA) technology. Oracle says the new version of the package should be available by the end of the fiscal year 2006.

Add a Comment

Your display name This field is mandatory

Your e-mail address This field is mandatory (Your e-mail address won't be published)

Security code