Oracle offers thousands of technology products, but in my humble opinion, the Application Interface Services (AIS) platform is by far one of their most exciting contributions to date. Here is an overview of what AIS is and how you can put it to work inside your organization.
The name pretty much describes it perfectly – an interface service for applications. In a nutshell, AIS provides the necessary technology for Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP software to communicate with mobile applications. This ERP software has come a long way since the origin of its base code in 1977.
This is what it looks like from an architecture perspective.
EnterpriseOne ADF applications - ADF is capable of executing web applications within its framework. These service-oriented applications include Library JAR files and bounded task flows. Additional features include the following:
Java API - With the customization capabilities API brings to the table, customers are able to pick development platforms that best fit their situation/needs. This program helps programmers in creating custom applications, which are compatible with EnterpriseOne applications. Additional benefits include:
Companies depending on technology for operational excellence to provide quick rendering of their software sometimes lose profits and clients because of poor performance. This is the case with traditional software packages which hardly have room for improvement and are liable to security weaknesses. AIS use its experience to handpick software packages that meet the needs of these establishments. These upgrades often lead to increased productivity since AIS is designed to expose weaknesses to eliminate downtime.
The best thing about AIS is that it is quite affordable. Packages are offered to enterprises after a needs assessment. There are no hidden costs, so clients get exactly what is advertised. The single integrated solution package comes with free updates which continues its value-adding benefits.