OutSystems Extends Support for Oracle's Database Solutions and Oracle Fusion Middleware

Atlanta, GA -  25 Sep 2012

OutSystems, provider of the industry-leading Agile Platform application development tool, announced today enhanced support for the Oracle database and middleware ecosystem. The extended support includes the Agile Platform achieving Oracle Exadata Ready status through the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) and the full support for application deployment and management via Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Exadata Ready

Achieving Exadata Ready status demonstrates that OutSystems has fully tested and supports Agile Platform 7.0 on Oracle Exadata Database Machines. OutSystems customers requiring extreme database performance now have the assurance that applications built with the Agile Platform can take full advantage of Oracle’s high performance database machines.

Oracle Exadata Ready is part of the Oracle Exastack Ready program, which allows partners, such as OutSystems to be recognized by Oracle for developing, testing and supporting their applications on Oracle Exadata Database Machine solutions.

Fusion Middleware Support

Additionally, OutSystems will now offer full support for Oracle Fusion Middleware, allowing customers to deploy and manage applications in both WebLogic Server (WLS) 11g and 12c. With WLS, OutSystems customers will be able to deliver Java-based solutions on top of the industry leading Java application server, simplifying the build, test and deploy cycle for custom web and mobile development projects.

OutSystems' Oracle Fusion Middleware beta program will begin in October with general availability targeted for the first quarter of 2013.

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