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Harish Gaur has more than 13 years of experience in the enterprise software industry including 7+ years at Oracle. He is currently the Director of Product Management for Fusion Middleware at Oracle. In his current role, he works closely with strategic customers implementing SOA & BPM using Oracle Fusion Middleware. He is co-author of BPEL Cookbook (2007) and Fusion Middleware Patterns (Sept 2010)
Before Oracle, he worked as a Solution Specialist with Vitria Technology educating customers about the benefits of Business Process Management. Prior to that, he helped Fortune 500 companies architect scalable integration solutions using EAI tools like webMethods and CrossWorlds (now IBM).
Harish holds an engineering degree in Computer Science and is an MBA from Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley.
Markus Zirn is a Senior Director of Product Management for Oracle Fusion Middleware. In this role he heads the Strategic Customer Program, where he works with Oracle's leading and most innovative middleware customers. He has been part of the Enterprise Software industry for more than 10 years, including roles as Vice President of Product Marketing and part of the founding team of QUIQ and as a Management Consultant of Booz Allen & Hamilton's Silicon Valley High Tech Practice. Markus' passion for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and BPEL stems both from practical experience designing and optimizing business processes as part of process reengineering projects and from being part of the advent of "software as a service" before web services became mainstream. He holds a Masters of Electrical Engineering from the University of Karlsruhe and is an alumnus of the Tripartite program, a joint European degree from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, the University of Southampton, UK, and ESIEE, France. Contact Markus Zirn
It expands the horizons that Oracle FMW can be used for, as well as, providing a good reference for similar requirements.
Like the term design patterns, the term Middleware Patterns has specific implications that were not acheived by the authors.
I bought this book by looking at table of content which was very attractive but the actual Chapters has nothing to offer...
Fusion Middleware Patterns consists of 10 chapters, with Chapter 1 serving as an introduction to the following nine chapters, grouped into 3 sections: Process Improvement, Business... Read morePublished on January 7, 2011 by Rick Beers
I found this book very much un-structured and doesn't have any good revelent info that one can benifit. It is collection of some case studies at 20K feet high level.. Read morePublished on December 6, 2010 by Sam