We’re Joining WebCenter

If you read here, you’ll know we got our start as a team focused on innovation within the development organization responsible for Oracle’s enterprise application product families.

Well, today we’re moving.

We are joining the WebCenter product development team, who have been a busy bunch this year, releasing Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g in July. To learn more about WebCenter, follow @oraclewebcenter or if blogs are your thing, try WebCenter TeamPeter Moskovits, and WebCenter Interaction.

With OpenWorld right around the corner, you can also get your fill of WebCenter goodness there. Check out the schedule for WebCenter and Portal at OOW here.

We’re excited for this new chapter in our history and very much looking forward to working with the WebCenter team to build awesome products. I don’t expect the content to change much here, but I’ve been wrong in the past.  We’ll play it by ear.

Feel free to high-five or otherwise in the comments.




  1. Congrats, Appslab team! My last exposure to WCS was very pre-11g (late 2007?), but at the time it looked like it had serious potential. Hope you can get 1up included in a near-future release, along with some of those cool Connect features you often discuss but are thus far unavailable in a customer-facing product.

  2. Good luck, Jake! Sounds exciting to me as well. I think Webcenter integrated with social features will occupy a nice position in the Web 2.0 market. Right now, I know Beehive is in that list and gets evaluated/compared by Web 2.0 consultants. Maybe it's too early for me to ask you but what might be the equation between Beehive and Webcenter? And what about all those BEA web 2.0 products?

  3. Thanks. Having been in Apps Development for so many years, I need to learn my way around the middleware organization. I believe some of the BEA products are part of the WebCenter Suite, but I'm not entirely sure.

    If you want more details, drop me a note.

  4. Welcome to the team AppsLab! I am looking forward to seeing the teams compliments to Webcenter (especially WCI)

  5. Well if you could get it approved there is training for 11g right across Europe for the next few months. A week in Germany, Spain, Italy, France or Sweden is A REALLY GREAT WAY to become acquainted with the suite 🙂

  6. Ah, if only. I think I'll stick with OOW sessions and online learning for now. I'm somewhat familiar, just need to put the pieces together and establish more depth. Good idea though, a couple weeks in Europe sounds like a great time, esp Germany in Oktober 🙂

  7. Congrats to the Appslab team. Hoping we will continue to see your great work shine from within the Webcenter team.

  8. Congrats to the Appslab team. Hoping we will continue to see your great work shine from within the Webcenter team.

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