Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service

Understanding Oracle's Integration Cloud Service and how to get the most out of your implementation

Tag: iPaaS

iPaaS and Cloud Security

Oracle iPaaS SecurityWithin the Oracle iPaaS products you will encounter features that exist to help provide security or mitigate the risks of someone misusing Oracle cloud accidentally (or otherwise). These features look to mitigate security issues such as a Denial of Service (DoS) attack (e.g. flooding a web service with more calls than it can handle preventing genuine service calls for being serviced).

We thought it might be useful to pull some articles together that engage and talk about the challenges that can exist:

Oracle Messaging Cloud Service (OMCS) on Trial

This post provides a fairly detailed introduction to registering and creating a trial instance of Oracle Messaging Cloud Service. We have written this as in our book Introducing Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) we use Oracle Messaging Cloud  Service(OMCS) in chapter 8 to illustrate message based integration outside  of ICS. Whist we describe the process for OMCS, the mechanics are similar for a number of the iPaaS offerings from Oracle including ICS, PCS but not SOA CS as this is a far more complex product and the fee charging structure is rather different.

In the screenshots of the process that follows, we have blurred out key credentials, this is purely for personal security reasons.

The first step is to create the trial of OMCS, to do this you need an Oracle account. This can be done from the main Oracle site. If you already have an account with Oracle Technology Network (OTN) or Oracle community then you are already sorted as Oracle operates a single sign on.

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Digital Impact Conversation & Podcast

The Linkedin group Digital Impact Conversation in conjunction with their podcast Digital Impact Radio available on SoundCloud cover a number of areas in the Oracle (i)PaaS space including ICS, which to date has appeared in the following episodes:

Each podcast is pretty short and sweet.

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