Oracle BPM Initial Setup

Amir-Khanof
Technical Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
If you have an enterprise system then one person is required to maintain it, full-time. Oracle database is not easy to maintain, and in an enterprise application, you need to have a DBA. Normally, if you have one person for the logic and one person for the database, it’s enough. The length of time required for deployment depends on the number of different instances. For example, if you want to have forty BPM and forty processes then the deployment will take a long time. At the moment we have a deployment of forty instances, and it takes about twenty minutes to run. Most of the time, we need to restart the server because of some kind of error, such as a memory problem. This is absolutely not good in a production environment. The product is not yet mature enough in this regard. View full review »
Levent Gürsel
Senior Enterprise Architect at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
I was not involved in the initial setup. It was done six or seven year ago. This was before I joined the company. View full review »
Sven Bernhardt
Solution Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
How complex the initial setup is depends on the requirements. If you need a highly available, clustered solution (Multiple Nodes), then it's more complex than only creating a single node instance. If you do it for the first time, it seems to be very complex, but there's documentation available (Enterprise Deployment Guide), which describes the needed setup steps on a very detailed level. View full review »
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Dan Atwood
Senior Architect at a tech consulting company with 51-200 employees
Initial setup requires the knowledge of someone familiar with Oracle SOA Suite and WebLogic. View full review »
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