Oracle Autonomous Mobile Cloud Enterprise Review

Enabling push notifications would certainly increase its popularity. Since Oracle MAF consumes REST WebServices, it was pretty fast to build, deploy and consume.


Valuable Features:

Since Oracle MAF consumes REST WebServices, it was pretty fast to build, deploy and consume our existing Oracle ADF applications based on ADF-BC into our native mobile app based on the hybrid model.

Improvements to My Organization:

We developed our native device app using Oracle MAF for our customers and partners so that they can make a note of their applications' status on the fly and submit any queries with reference to their competency applications. The whole business process was driven through our Oracle MAF application.

Room for Improvement:

As Oracle MAF is a heavy product, it doesn’t allow much space to convince customers to go with the product suite. Also, the plug-ins and out of the box features need to be added into the library to offer an easy to use PPR. Also, enabling push notifications would certainly increase its popularity.

Deployment Issues:

We have had no issues with the deployment.

Stability Issues:

The amount of memory it takes has a significant impact when comparing development tools.

Scalability Issues:

It's been able to scale for our customer's needs.

Initial Setup:

We set it up for one of our customers.

Implementation Team:

We worked as a vendor to deliver the native device application for existing Oracle ADF investments of the customer.

Other Advice:

It lacks a number of out of the box features. Additionally, debugging and diagnosing is a bit tricky and not much time has been spent by Oracle on improving the UI.

**Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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