Welcome to the 4th article on our not-so-new Blog series about Oracle JET and Oracle Cloud. Today we’ll take our Logical Data Model design from the last article and create the necessary tables directly on our cloud database instance. Let’s start the party! The SQL Developer data model generation tools Launch the SQL Developer and […]
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About Jose Rodrigues
José Rodrigues, a.k.a Maverick, is an Oracle ACE Associate and the BPM and ECM Business Manager and the BPM Practice Lead at Link Consulting.
He has been involved in very large Business Process Optimization, Automation and Management projects for world top-tier companies, mostly with Oracle technology, some of which have been awarded world renowned prizes, such as the Outstanding Contribution Award given by Oracle BPM Community, and the runner-up for Oracle’s Middleware Partner of the Year Award.
He’s the main responsible for the world’s largest BPM project with Oracle technology (in terms of number of instances, in 2014), and is a speaker at BPM conferences and Oracle events, both in Portugal and abroad.
He also frequently gives trainings and classes on BPM, with strong focus on Requirements and Business Process Design Optimization.
In 2014 he launched Red Mavericks, a site that focus on Oracle technology applied to Business Process Management, that intents to make it easier for newcomers to BPM and/or Oracle to get their ideas straight and helping them jumpstart their BPM efforts.
Entries by Jose Rodrigues
Welcome to the 3rd article on our new Blog series about Oracle JET and Oracle Cloud. Today we’ll start designing our application, starting with its Data Model. For that, well be focusing on Oracle’s SQL Developer Data Modeler as our tool and design the application’s underlying data model. So, without further ado, let’s dig right […]
Welcome to the 2nd article on our new Blog series about Oracle JET and Oracle Cloud. Today we’ll be working on two main subjects: Setup our Oracle Cloud account, as well as the cloud services we need (Database, Storage. The Application Runtime Cloud Service will be configured in another article and maybe a few others […]
Hi everyone, We’ll kick off this year with a new blog series in Red Mavericks, devoted to a more pure development thread with Oracle development tools (broadly speaking). I was most impressed with Oracle’s own JET MOOC, which provided with a nice introduction of the toolkit, and allowed me to clean up those spider webs […]
Hi everyone and welcome to the second part of our article on implementing Case Management (CM) patterns with Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS). On the first part, we learned a bit about the concepts around Case Management and we (barely) started a process on PCS. We’ll use this process now as a container to implement […]
Hi and welcome to a new article on Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS). This time, we’re going to address some use patterns that may seem difficult to implement using PCS, and tackle the need for unstructured parts of the process, which is to say, parts of the process that can’t be previously modelled because, well… […]
Dear Readers, Welcome to a new stream (no pun intended) on Red Mavericks articles. This time, we’ll be doing an introduction on Oracle’s new Stream Analytics. We’ll be guiding you through this new, and very cool, product showing what it is and what it can do to leverage this largely untapped resource which is event […]
Hi, Welcome to Red Maverick’s sixth video, the third of the Business Travel Request Management Series. In this series we’ll guide you on how to build a complete, working BPM application using Oracle’s Process Cloud Service. For this part, the focus is on doing the final configurations and connecting all the dots, making the application fully functional. […]
Hi, Welcome to Red Maverick’s fifth video, the third of the Business Travel Request Management Series. In this series we’ll guide you on how to build a complete, working BPM application using Oracle’s Process Cloud Service. For this part, the focus is on setting Business Rules using Oracle’s PCS, to fine tune the process flow path, depending […]
Hello everybody, Following up a series of questions around setting timers in the Oracle Community forums, I decided to write this article to try and guide their use and how these can be used to control process execution. Let’s start! We’ll begin by setting up the scenario in which we’ll have to control our process […]