Tag: Fusion Identity Management

Where Social Networking meets Enterprise Applications

You may have heard the term Enterprise 2.0 thrown around a lot recently. The term (allegedly) refers to the idea of bringing all the concepts (and associated hype) seen in the booming social networking arena to bear on how Enterprises go about their business. As seen on Wikipedia: Enterprise social software, also known as Enterprise

OpenWorld 2007: Virtualization, Fusion and Social Applications

I’m writing this on a flight from San Francisco to Los Angeles, because an unfortunate scheduling conflict means that this year, Oracle OpenWorld and the Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit overlap for two days in the middle of the week. So I am going to miss the first day at Gartner because I just

The problem with Identity Services

This is an interesting time for me at Oracle. One of the reasons why I haven’t been active on this blog for a while is that I have been immersed in discussions about fusion architecture and how identity services fits into it. Those following my blog know that one of the initiatives I have been

“Identity” is far from an understood concept

As usual, it has taken a while for me to resurface from my latest conference stint. Not because I overextended myself while in Vegas for Collaborate. That only warrants a few days. No, the real reason is that being offline from work for just a few days means loads of catching up to do. And