Oracle Integration Approach to RPA

With the recent announcement of working with Automation Anywhere (press release here) adding to the partnership already in place with UiPath, Oracle’s approach to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is differing to other players such as SAP and Pega Systems for example who have acquired vendors. It is an interesting question as to whether partnering is […]

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Continuous Integration & Deployment with OIC

Whilst OIC is not a traditional development environment, once you get past simple integration development you’re going to want to start implementing some configuration management controls and release promotion mechanisms.  We discussed this in the book, and illustrated how this can be achieved in a simple manner using the OIC APIs. However this can be […]

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Integration with APIless Systems – Leveraging RPA – Definitive Tip #10

Traditionally integrating with systems that don’t offer APIs or a shared storage mechanism (such as open tables) has been something of a headache often resulting in the ‘last mile’ of the integration process being manual. The manual steps often come because the cost of building and maintaining the means to integrate has not been cost […]

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Oracle Open World 18

Oracle Open World 2018 is upon us, and here are some suggested sessions: Antipatterns for Integration: Common Pitfalls [PRO6175] Deep Dive: Application Integration on Oracle Cloud [TRN6458] Enhance your CX Applications with Oracle Integration Cloud [HOL6299] Oracle SOA Suite Hybrid Options with Oracle Integration Cloud [TIP4530] Accelerate DigitalOps with Oracle Integration Cloud and UiPath RPA […]

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ICS to OIC

We have had a number of interesting conversations of late about the transition from ICS to OIC and to spice the discussion whether it should be OIC or Autonomous OIC. The reality of the situation is that the transition between ICS and OIC is a relatively straight forward one using the export and import tooling. […]

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Deploying OIC – Definitive Tip #9

When ICS was launched it delivered on of the values of PaaS namely you didn’t need to worry about setting up storage, database and compute, it was all sorted out for you. Admittedly it come with a lack of elasticity when it came to resilience and scaling. In contrast Services such as SOA CS which […]

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Continued Evolution of OIC and this site

The transformation of Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) into Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) continues to progress. If you’ve read our earlier posts (such as this) on the subject you’ll remember that ICS becomes part of OIC, and depending on which version of OIC you take you will also see other components including: Visual Builder Cloud […]

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Oracle Integration Cloud Update

As previously mentioned, ICS is going to be incorporated into Oracle Integration Cloud.  Since we have had the announcement we have had some more information about OIC released. The keypoints here are: OIC Standard Edition OIC Enterprise Edition What we used to know as Integration Cloud Service, which includes … Various integration patterns including Orchestration […]

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Integration Cloud Service, SOA Cloud Service or Integration Cloud, are you confused?

Oracle have announced Oracle Integration Cloud, the next evolution in their cloud integration capabilities. So how does it relate to the existing Cloud based integration products and what is the future of different products? To best understand this, let’s first look at the existing landscape. Our first diagram shows a subset of the Oracle PaaS […]

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Oracle integration cloud service (ICS) best practices learned from the field (OOW17)

Here is the slide deck from the presentation that the book authors delivered at Oracle OpenWorld 2017. It covers a number of recommendations and tips…

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