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How to Incorporate Mobility into Oracle Based Solutions Karen Mazurkiewicz Technical Marketing Engineer Intel Corporation Software and Solutions Group

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Abstract With the quantity of web associated hotspots relentlessly developing, right now is an ideal opportunity to guarantee your application is prepared for the progressions happening in today's customer registering environment.  The ideas and issues identifying with portability will be talked about, and in addition the standards expected to address the new issues made by worldly web network in today's product. Make certain that you are set up to bolster the union of processing and correspondences!

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Agenda Trends Towards Mobile Computing Occasionally Connected Computing Technology Enabling Mobility Implications for Software Design Conclusion

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Mobility Trends The Drive for Mobile Computing "Customers need more from their cell phones and applications, particularly later on. Improvements need to give more noteworthy utility keeping in mind the end goal to bait customers to the purchasing table." Mobilizing the Consumer , Randy Giusto, IDC. Portable Users Want: Seamless availability Graceful treatment of association changes Networked applications with "disconnected" mode Longer Battery Life High Performance

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Mobility Trends Traditional Apps in a Wireless World People dispose of innovation that DOES NOT address their issues

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Mobility Trends The Mobility Inflection Point Wireless Roaming Stressing Traditional Applications Resets, Reboots, Service Disruptions, Refreshes, and so forth + Volume Mobile Platforms Laptops, Handhelds, Phones = Opportunity to "Assemble" Applications Develop an Occasionally Connected SW Architecture Develop to Standards for the Robustness IT Requires

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OCC Architecture Overcoming Application Limitations Offline Data Management Data reserving and Synchronization Security Protection Manageability Seamless Application Connectivity Detect changes in system state & make a move Multiple Platform Support Identification of Platform Attributes Power Reduction and Performance Management

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OCC Architecture Occasionally Connected Computing Increased User Productivity Transparent User Experience Consistent User Experience Increased proficiency and use Benefits Access Your Data Anytime Dynamically oversee irregular associations Common advances/instruments Run All Day Unwired Features Power and Performance Management Offline Data Management Seamless Connectivity Multiple Platform Support Capabilities OCC empowers applications to beat portability challenges

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Enabling Technology Breakthrough Mobile Performance Enables Extended Battery Life Intelligent power dissemination New SpeedStep ® control improved rationale plan Integrated WLAN ability Wi-Fi Compliant Innovative Form Factors Smaller segments Minimized warm power High Performance

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Enabling Technology Intel ® Technology Designed Specifically for Mobility Intel® Centrino™ Mobile Technology: Intel® Pentium® M processor 32K L1 code and information store, 1MB Unified Cache Data Prefetch Advanced Branch Prediction 400 MHz Processor System Bus 855 chipset Supports up to 2GB 266/200 DDR USB 2.0 Support Optional Integrated Graphics Integrated Wireless Pro 802.11b WLAN Power Management Features

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Intel ® Technology Designed Specifically for Hand Held Devices Intel ® XScale Technology Fully Integrated Cellular and Application Processor High-execution/Low-control Intel XScale Core Low-Power Intel Micro Signal Architecture Key Applications Data-empowered Cellular telephones Smartphones Wireless Communicators WPDAs Intel® P ersonal Internet C lient A rchitecture Promotes Rapid Development and Deployment Cross Architecture Java* Support

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Enabling Technology Oracle Leadership in Enabling Mobility Worldwide Middleware Forecast and Analysis: 2002-2006 . Drake, Stephen D., IDC.

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Enabling Technology Oracle Products Enabling Mobility Oracle9i* Lite Introduced 1995 Client Side Component of Oracle9iAS* Allows Offline Business Functionality Data Synch With Mobile Server http://otn.oracle.com/items/lite/htdocs/o9ilite_datasheet.htm Oracle9iAS* Wireless Introduced 1999 Component of Oracle9iAS* Universal Access to substance and applications Normalizes basic innovation to one convention/dialect – HTTP/XML http://otn.oracle.com/items/iaswe/htdocs/datasheet.pdf

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Enabling Technology Oracle 9i Lite* Enabling OCC Oracle9i Lite* RDBMS Offline preparing with nearby information stockpiling Synchronization after building up availability Mobile Server Centralized provisioning of programming parts Synchronization Logic and Service User/Device/Application Data Management Mobile Development Kit Tools, APIs, and Sample Code Packaging Wizard Packages Mobile Components into EXE

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Enabling Technology Oracle9i Lite* Mobile Development Use standard advancement devices Packaging Wizard Publish Application to Mobile Server Mobile Server Control Center Provision Users

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Enabling Technology Take Advantage of Today's Technology Users Want Applications that: Increase Productivity Can be Used Anywhere Intel ® and Oracle are cooperating to give the best entire arrangement Early presentation of empowering items Development Tools Ease of Deployment/Write to all engineering High Performance Working together to make the best arrangements

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Software Design Overcoming Application Limitations Offline Data Management Data reserving and Synchronization Security Protection Manageability Seamless Application Connectivity Detect changes in system state & make a move Multiple Platform Support Identification of Platform Attributes Power Reduction and Performance Management

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Software Design Occasionally Connected Computing Increased User Productivity Transparent User Experience Consistent User Experience Increased effectiveness and usage Benefits Access Your Data Anytime Dynamically oversee discontinuous associations Common advances/instruments Run All Day Unwired Features Power and Performance Management Offline Data Management Seamless Connectivity Multiple Platform Support Capabilities User Productivity Independent of Connection State

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Software Design Oracle9i Lite* Offline Data Management Oracle9i Lite* Windows* 98/NT/XP/CE, Palm*, EPOC* Light Memory Footprint Offline preparing with neighborhood information stockpiling Synchronization happens after setting up network Web-to-Go Lightweight web audience Java* based servlet motor OTL* translator

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Software Design Oracle9i Lite* Offline Data Management Transport HTML HTTP Internet Wireless Network LAN Web-to-go permits clients to switch amongst on the web and disconnected modes Online Offline Laptop Client Mobile Client for Web-to-Go* ( Oracle 9i Lite* ) 10MB HD, 12MB RAM Oracle Lite DB ( Oracle 9i Lite* ) Browser Mobile Sync JDBC Mobile Server ( Oracle 9i Lite* ) ODBC Repository Mobile SQL Apps Data JVM Windows* 95/98/NT/2000/XP

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Software Design Occasionally Connected Computing Increased User Productivity Transparent User Experience Consistent User Experience Increased proficiency and use Benefits Access Your Data Anytime Dynamically oversee irregular associations Common advances/instruments Run All Day Unwired Features Power and Performance Management Offline Data Management Seamless Connectivity Multiple Platform Support Capabilities Seamless Adaptation to User Connection State

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Software Design Application Connectivity Application Connectivity Assumptions Becoming Invalid New OCC Architecture Introduces New Needs: Managing Unreliable Connections Scaling Data Richness Robust Error Handling Compressed Data Transfers Maintaining Responsiveness Assure Data Integrity With Temporal Connectivity

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Software Design Occasionally Connected Computing Increased User Productivity Transparent User Experience Consistent User Experience Increased productivity and use Benefits Access Your Data Anytime Dynamically oversee irregular associations Common advances/components Run All Day Unwired Features Power and Performance Management Offline Data Management Seamless Connectivity Multiple Platform Support Capabilities Seamless Adaptation to Characteristics of User Platform

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Software Design Multiple Platform Support Similar User Interface for All Platforms Content scaling for Device capacities Application Provisioning per gadget Dynamically acquire CPU Information Attributes Include: System CPU System Memory Screen Size and Graphics Capabilities Supported Data Feature Set May Vary Depending on Platform Characteristics

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Software Design Occasionally Connected Computing Increased User Productivity Transparent User Experience Consistent User Experience Increased productivity and use Benefits Access Your Data Anytime Dynamically oversee irregular associations Common advances/instruments Run All Day Unwired Features Power and Performance Management Offline Data Management Seamless Connectivity Multiple Platform Support Capabilities Maximization of Performance and Battery Life

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Software Design Power Reduction and Performance Increase CPU Idle Time Reduce Quality/Performance of Features Turn off or Queue Background Activities A Combination of Both User Interface for User Adjustments Sleep/Wake Power Transitions Efficient Synchronization Minimize Drive Accesses Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer 7.0 Can Help Identify Performance Bottlenecks!

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Software Design Impact for Database Applications Intelligent Use of System Power Information Smart treatment of Sleep moves Data Commit at Low Power Threshold Scalable Data Synchronizations User configurable parameters Battery Power Source UI Functionality Adjustments User configurable parameters Low Battery Scenarios

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