"The high availability is great."
"It is a Java-based product, so it is pretty straightforward. It is pretty easy from a developer's perspective. It is also pretty reliable and scalable."
"There's good documentation and a pretty good community surrounding the product."
"The most valuable feature is the UI."
"The product integrates well with Java applications."
"The solution is easy to use."
"Oracle Fusion is stable."
"The scalability is good."
"Fusion Middleware's main feature for me is that it is quite flexible, and, as middleware, it provides us with all sorts of technology and application adapters, which makes it very handy to use."
"It is really good in terms of features, and it is stable."
"It can have automation features. Everybody is focused right now on automation. In terms of saving cost, automation is always the first thing that comes to light."
"Sometimes the console has a glitch."
"In general, the support of the ERPC would be really good due to the fact that, so far, I have not seen it."
"Having the support combined with Red Hat support would be an improvement."
"The solution could improve by providing more integration."
"The initial setup is a bit complex."
"Its price can be improved. We are currently looking for more cost-efficiency. It should also have a little bit more flexibility for customizations. The customizations should be quicker."
"An improvement for Oracle's Fusion Middleware could definitely be found in the SOA component. It's a heavyweight container and, if you ask me, if a product is available as a docker image where we can easily port it in to another Kubernetes platform, that would be perfect. But as for the current situation in the market, nobody is really willing to deploy this on premises."
"The price could always be better."
"Oracle Fusion Middleware is based on the regulations in Saudi Arabia and the legislation changes. There is a need to be improvements all the time. It needs to adapt quickly in this market. Additionally, there could be some improvements in the construction sector."
Oracle Fusion Middleware is the digital business platform for the enterprise and the cloud. It enables enterprises to create and run agile, intelligent business applications while maximizing IT efficiency through full utilization of modern hardware and software architectures.
JBoss is ranked 5th in Application Server with 6 reviews while Oracle Fusion Middleware is ranked 6th in Application Server with 4 reviews. JBoss is rated 8.0, while Oracle Fusion Middleware is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of JBoss writes "Good documentation, very stable, and scalable". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle Fusion Middleware writes "Highly flexible and solves all our problems in one product". JBoss is most compared with Tomcat, Oracle WebLogic Server, IBM WebSphere Application Server, Oracle GlassFish and TmaxSoft JEUS, whereas Oracle Fusion Middleware is most compared with Oracle WebLogic Server, IBM WebSphere Application Server, IIS and Tomcat. See our JBoss vs. Oracle Fusion Middleware report.
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