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Oracle Fusion vs IBM Webshpere Middleware Suite  RSS feed

 
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Hi,

I have some experience with Java/J2EE technologies but never got a chance to work with Middleware technologies. I always had a passion towards middleware technogies. Now i am planning to make a move to either IBM or Oracle's middleware technologies. When compared on job portal sites IBM technologies like Websphere Process Server and Oracle SOA/Fusion i got more results for IBM related products. Is it better to go with IBM? I also heard from my Architect that most of the clients are not happy with oracle fusion product. Is that ture from your experiences?

I understand that Oracle Fusion is relatively a new product compared to IBM and not stable as IBM. What do you guys suggest Oracle or IBM?

Thanks,
 
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I would rather focus on understanding core features of these products and then become expert in the one based on jobs availability in the market.

Now esp. when SUN is part of Oracle, Oracle can go aggressive in selling their products suite along with their flagship database. So in future, I think Oracle is going to give tough competition to IBM.
 
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Can anyone suggest what are the best training centers for Oracle Fusion/Websphere Process Server in Hyderabad, India. Please share your experiences.
 
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I agree with Manoj, as long as you understood the core concepts, jumping from one tool to another tool wont be big deal.
 
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