JCAPS ARCHITECTURE PDF

The tool is available for download by existing customers and partners via the Oracle Support channel. This article explains what the methodology and tooling can do and provides some pointers on how best to engage Oracle for a successful JCAPS to Fusion middleware migration. In this article, I provide an overview of why the methodology is important, what the tooling can do and some pointers on how best to engage Oracle for a successful migration. First, an important point about terminology. Migration — To sales and budget holders, this means migrating software and support licenses license migration ; to business users this means migrating business functionality functional migration ; to managers and consultants, this means migrating actual design patterns and code code migration — the sweet spot. A successful migration project requires planning for all three: license, functional and code migration.

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These challenges are compounded by legacy technologies. One way to solve this problem was to turn to enterprise service buses ESBs to transform and normalize data across different applications for cross-company communications, and a popular system was Java Composite Application Platform Suite JCAPS. JCAPS was an effective way to integrate existing systems using ESBs to standardize data— and critical for healthcare providers, it offered support for HL7 data standards.

However, Oracle is quietly deprecating JCAPS — the end of extended support is next January — and customers are being advised to migrate to a different Oracle suite.

With a deadline looming in less than a year, IT leaders in the healthcare industry have to start looking for a new integration solution. Now is the time to start defining the requirements for the next generation of healthcare data interoperability solution.

The Red Hat blog ran a post in September that identified three key pain points when designing an integration architecture:. JCAPS is an older product, from the early tech boom. Its architecture tends to reflect that older, legacy design: vertical, hierarchical, and rigid. ESBs integrated artifacts by pulling them into a centralized location, in a design known as a hub-and-spoke architecture. While relatively simple to implement and design, this structure scales poorly, is difficult to redesign as needs change, and difficult to integrate with more modern, dynamic structures like agile development models and cloud-based applications.

Red Hat Fuse is a lightweight integration platform. You can create a pattern-based architecture that adapts to the unique needs of different use cases in your organization. You only use the features and capabilities that are essential for your immediate requirement.

These older technologies can limit your ability to adapt a more modern architectural design and roll out new services. Red Hat Fuse, among other technologies, includes Apache Camel which allows implementations based on patterns within the IT environment called enterprise integration patterns. Apache Camel, combined with message and web services, also serves as the core integration technology for Red Hat Fuse.

Red Hat Fuse supports over connectors; it also has a rich API that allows developers to write their integration services quickly. Red Hat Fuse also includes intuitive tooling for easier development. With end-of-support imminent, leaving JCAPS and migrating to another proprietary product would only create more restrictions for your organization.

For many healthcare companies, this is the best opportunity to discover the freedom and flexibility that open source software provides. The last major consideration is to identify what else needs to interact with your ESB platform. Red Hat Fuse-based integration applications can be packaged as modular containers, based on Docker, and can be deployed on Red Hat OpenShift PaaS[link] which provides the flexibility, agility and scalability for your application development and deployments.

The modular and containerized capabilities provide a path towards microservices style architecture and rapid development. The breadth of available supporting applications can make it easier to create a new environment after a migration, because the resources you need are there.

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You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Modern Approach to Integration with Red Hat Fuse The Red Hat blog ran a post in September that identified three key pain points when designing an integration architecture: The flexibility of the resulting architecture The openness of the underlying standards Availability of related applications or services from a single vendor Consideration 1: Modern Architecture This resulting architecture is one of the better opportunities available to IT departments which need to migrate from JCAPS.

Consideration 3: Related Middleware Functionality The last major consideration is to identify what else needs to interact with your ESB platform. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Email required Address never made public. Name required.

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JCAPS - eGate Integrator

These challenges are compounded by legacy technologies. One way to solve this problem was to turn to enterprise service buses ESBs to transform and normalize data across different applications for cross-company communications, and a popular system was Java Composite Application Platform Suite JCAPS. JCAPS was an effective way to integrate existing systems using ESBs to standardize data— and critical for healthcare providers, it offered support for HL7 data standards. However, Oracle is quietly deprecating JCAPS — the end of extended support is next January — and customers are being advised to migrate to a different Oracle suite. With a deadline looming in less than a year, IT leaders in the healthcare industry have to start looking for a new integration solution. Now is the time to start defining the requirements for the next generation of healthcare data interoperability solution. The Red Hat blog ran a post in September that identified three key pain points when designing an integration architecture:.

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The suite has several components that help to integrate existing applications and deliver new business services in a service-oriented architecture environment. It is a Java EE compliant platform and provides application-to-application integration , business-to-business integration, business process management along with integrated human workflow , an Enterprise Information Portal , extract transform and load ETL , business activity monitoring and composite application development. Initially, the product was named DataGate, renamed to eGate in the late s with a new distributed architecture. Monk, a LISP variant, was used for message translation. These adapters are JCA compliant and allow the suite to interact with external systems. The suite comprises adapters, libraries, and an IDE for designing, writing, monitoring, and testing business processes.

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Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player. Home Resources Sitemap Support. The eGate Integrator serves as the foundation of the java composite Application Platform suite and employs a versatile architecture that is ideally suited for distributed Computing environments. It also provides a unified single sign on environment for integration development, deployment, monitoring and management.

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