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Acceptance of Oracle Fusion as mainstream ERP

I hear that oracle fusion didn't get industry acceptance as the product has not matured. Also  I hear that people want  to continue using legacy Oracle ERP than fusion. Is there a future of Oracle Fusion

Also I hear that fusion is industry standards based and its mostly written in Java technologies. Very little pl/sql used in it. Is it correct
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Wasim Akram ShaikCommented:
I hear that oracle fusion didn't get industry acceptance as the product has not matured.
>> Depends on the view how they use it..

Oracle Fusion is really a fusion of many technologies
Oracle App Server, Oracle Weblogic Server, BPEL,SOA,J2EE,Forms,OBIEE and few more..

its a totally mix up of technologies the way you see it in one way its complex to handle so many technologies in a single application(not that it can't be handled) different organisations have a different view on this

>> Also  I hear that people want  to continue using legacy Oracle ERP than fusion. Is there a future of Oracle Fusion

Thats because of above reasons, also organizations in general have a less tendency towards change in the working culture and technical aspects. fusion has deprecated many existing interfaces or replaced with new ones

>>Also I hear that fusion is industry standards based and its mostly written in Java technologies. Very little pl/sql used in it. Is it correct

I still see a lot of pl/sql in Fusion, but the usage of Java is more when compared with Fusion. Infact oracle has already started using Java as part of R12 implementation, if you see R12 has a lot more features which are as par as PL/SQL equivalents in their R11. Most of screens which were forms in 11i were migrated to Jsps/Java Servlets in R12

But you can't predict the dynamic market conditions. Now many clients are seeing a way forward in cloud, Infact smaller organisations and startups are already moving their way to cloud. Even oracle itself has started few service offerings in cloud. so saying fusion will sustain in long run is still questionable..
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DanielleITCentralStationCommented:
As Wasim mentioned, Oracle Fusion is a grouping of many different Oracle technologies. One way you might be able to answer your question about the future of Oracle Fusion is by reading user feedback for some of these solutions. You can find real user reviews for all the different components of Oracle Fusion on IT Central Station.

As an example, this Program Director writes in his review of Oracle WebLogic Suite, "It's a very scalable, extensible, middleware component. It's especially useful for big data applications if you're using APIs or have geo-spatial data or complex data sets. It's also very affordable and efficient." You can read the rest of his review here: https://goo.gl/pQVgKk.

This Oracle SOA Suite user also writes, "It is an extensive toolkit for a developer, who can, with relatively little coding, quickly achieve complex functionality." For the full review: https://goo.gl/KUkixJ.

Another solution mentioned as part of Oracle Fusion is Oracle OBIEE. This BI Architect writes in his review, "It's now much easier for our developers to mash up their repositories from different data sources, create new dashboards, create graphs, and send emails via agents." You can read his review here: https://goo.gl/jKMKPH.

I hope this is helpful.
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