If you're really technically interested in Oracle Fusion Applications, you might have already bookmarked, and even downloaded the official documentation (and maybe even started reading). The documentation library sports a book list which should shatter all illusions of becoming a Fusion Apps DBA in one life.
|Part of the Fusion Applications Technology List of Books - scary, huh?|
- Application Development Framework (ADF) and JDeveloper
- Fusion Middleware WebLogic Server
- Oracle Enterprise Manager
- Oracle Database
- Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE)
- Oracle BI Applications (OBIA)
- Oracle WebCenter
- Oracle Content Management
- SOA Suite
- BPM Suite
- Secure Enterprise Search (SES)
- HTTP Server/WebGate
- Oracle Data Integrator (ODI)
This is not even a complete list.
I took the liberty of looking up fundamental training courses for each of the products and ended up with at least 16 weeks of training - and that's only for the fundamentals. Now consider the average amount of training days approved per year for the average developer (5 days if you're lucky...) and you know where this is going.
In the following post I will list these training courses. If you really want to be a Fusion Apps DBA, you're going to spend a lot of time in training classes during the coming years.
Or (much more likely) customers are opting for the cloud based version and leave most of the daily operations to Oracle.
have a nice day