Come here us talk at Oracle Open World 2017

The authors of this book will be speaking at Oracle Open World 2017.  Come here, and if you have a copy of the book, we’ll be happy to sign it for you. Oracle Integration Cloud Service Best Practices from the Field [CON1681]  This session explores best practices developed by AMIS and Capgemini for Oracle Integration […]

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Open World 2017 – ICS Sessions

As we like all things ICS here. We have teased out of the OOW17 Catalogue the ICS sessions for you to consider. Oracle Integration Cloud Best Practices – Customer Panel [CON7014] Move from OnPremise Integration Suite to Oracle Integration Cloud [SUN7033] Digital Transformation: Implementing Oracle IntegrationCloud Service [CON4638] Integrate Salesforce.com & Workday with Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) [CON7227] Simplifying Integration in the Cloud – New & Easier ways to Connect Applications […]

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2 Minute Tech Tip

We have released a 2 minute tech tip through the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) which talks through the creation of a simple end to end integration using Oracle’s Integration Cloud Service (ICS).  

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ICS Pricing – ICS Definitive Tip #9

ICS pricing is based on two aspects – the number of connections and the number of messages processed.  But what constitutes a connection?  What happens if I exceed the number of messages or connections? Number of Connections The overall model for ICS pricing is on page 34 of Oracle Platform as a Service and Infrastructure as […]

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Interfacing with HCM (or other file source) via FTP – ICS Definitive Tip #8

The techniques for integrating Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) and several other Oracle SaaS solutions can require the use of Oracle Transactional Business Analysis (OTBI). The need for OTBI comes down to the fact that to  access to the relevant data an API is not available. OTBI can be configured to generate a report and […]

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Connecting directly to DBaaS – ICS Definitive Tip #7

Enriching an integration from data in a database or DBaaS (Database as a Service) is not an unusual requirement. Many integration use cases today need to access a database that is on-premises. The means to connect to the database is fairly obvious – the connection agent. Our book goes into a lot more detail as to […]

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Conditional Mapping – ICS Definitive Tip #6

The question of conditional mapping comes up regularly on the ICS part of community.oracle.com which prompted us to write this blog. So if you want the output of an integration in element X to contain value from element A or B depending upon element C there are a number of answers, each having pros and […]

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Differentiating the ICS Agent Types – Definitive Tip #5

In our book we talked about the difference between the agents offered by ICS, namely the Connection  and Execution agents. Whilst we differentiated the two, we did focus on the connection agent as this is the type we expect to see used in most cases. However the execution agent still suffers from a level of […]

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Selecting which iPaaS Product(s) to use – ICS Definitive Tip #4

In the last few years Oracle’s iPaaS offerings have progressed significantly from one or two solutions such as Mobile Cloud Service to in excess of 35 offerings. This makes it challenging to decide which product(s) to use. The means for selection depends upon a range of factors including: Most suitable licensing model (ICS provides a […]

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