Hi all, I left Oracle in April 2012..

Welcome to my Oracle WebCenter Blog.   I intend to use this as a medium to interact with WebCenter enthusiasts and developers.

I am the Product Manager for Oracle WebCenter Portal.  I have been with Oracle since 2005.  Prior to Oracle,  I worked at BEA Systems (now Oracle) in the WebLogic Portal R&D team for 5 years.  Among other things, I worked on WebLogic Portal Framework & Entitlements Engine.



  1. Leveraging Oracle WebCenter Suite’s Security Framework to Build a Secure PortalOracle OpenWorld Conference, 2011
  2. Securing your Oracle WebCenter Portal, Oracle OpenWorld Conference, 2010
  3. Oracle WebCenter Spaces, Collaborate Conference, 2010
  4. Oracle WebCenter Spaces: Enterprise 2.0 in Action, Oracle OpenWorld Conferece, 2009
  5. Build an Enterprise 2.0 Social Network with Oracle WebCenter Suite, Collaborate Conference, 2009
  6. Web 2.0 in the Enterprise: Balancing Participation and Security, Oracle OpenWorld Conference, 2008
  7. Oracle Application Unlimited and Web 2.0: You can have it now!, Oracle OpenWorld Conference, 2008
  8. Building Next-Generation User Interfaces for Composite Applications, Collaborate Conference, 2008
  9. Enterprise Application Entitlement Management using Topic Maps, JavaOne Conference, 2005
  10. Designing Entitlements Frameworks for Enterprise Portals, JavaOne Conference 2003
  11. Placing Entitlements on BEA WebLogic Portal resources, BEA eWorld Conference 2003
  12. BEA WebLogic Portal Entitlements, BEA eWorld Conference 2003


I have several patents in areas of Enterprise Portal Frameworks and Security.

  1. 7,810,036: Systems and methods for personalizing a portal
  2. 7,774,601: Method for delegated administration
  3. 7,752,651: System and method for propagating security information in a web portal system
  4. 7,653,930: Method for role and resource policy management optimization
  5. 7,591,000: System and method for hierarchical role-based entitlements
  6. 7,496,687: Enterprise application platform
  7. 7,451,477: System and method for rule-based entitlements
  8. 7,426,548: Enterprise application platform
  9. 6,917,975: Method for role and resource policy management


  1. The Wild Web 2.0 Needs a Sheriff, ITSecurity.com, 2008


  1. Co-Author: BEA WebLogic Platform 7.0 book, ISBN: 0789727129, SAMS Publishing
  2. Contributer: Reshaping Your Business with Web 2.0, ISBN: 9780071600781, McGraw Hill
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