Oracle has recently unveiled the industry's first and most complete service oriented architecture (SOA) and integration platform, featuring Oracle business process execution language (BPEL) Process Manager. Through its acquisition of Collaxa Inc., Oracle gained technology that makes it easier for organizations to coordinate Web services and automate business processes.

Oracle's integration solution enables organizations to easily deploy open, flexible business processes that leverage existing IT assets to quickly adapt to changing business demands. Building on the business process management and Web services capabilities in Oracle Application Server 10g, Oracle now boasts a complete integration solution including Web Services, SOA and BPEL support, business activity monitoring technology, rules engine, business process monitoring and traditional enterprise application integration (EAI).

Oracle's BPEL Process Manager (formerly the Collaxa BPEL Server) supports the industry-standard BPEL specification backed by Microsoft, IBM, SAP and BEA. Oracle BPEL Process Manager enables organizations to easily implement adaptive transactions and collaborative business processes based on composite applications. The solution includes an engine for executing business processes, a console to monitor, manage and debug business processes and a rich graphical interface to design and build business processes. Similar to other Oracle technology products, Oracle BPEL Process Manager adheres to open standards and can be deployed on any J2EE compatible server.

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