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Despite it being traditionally holiday season, there have been lots of articles written about OIC, including the prolific Niall Commiskey covering a lot of new OIC features …
Its been a busy month when it comes to blogging for the folks at Oracle, as July saw a new quarterly release with new usability improvements and connectors.
Handling integration between Oracle SaaS applications and modules has been something of an evolutionary journey. A couple of years ago if you wanted to intgrate say HCM and ERP you needed to ICS or OIC to perform the integration.
In many respects this wasn’t such a terrible thing. Technically as it meant that the back end database schema development for each app was not going to be slowed by needing to be mutually dependent with each other. As a result avoiding the complexities of managing a canonical model and ensuring any changes to that model are delivered in a manner that aligns across multiple development teams plans.
Although you can see from a marketing position it might not have seemed so great, as the customer incurs more cost and development effort to realize a process of managing people (HCM) and paying them (ERP) for example.
Things have moved on, and as long as SaaS apps reside in a Global Single Instance (GSI) (i.e. same region, account and deployment) then for the major products (e.g. ERP, CX, HCM, etc) are internally integrated so a person change in HCM will propagate to ERP as necessary. This certainly reduces the need for integration, saving effort (and the cost of needing OIC).
The problem now is understanding which entities in the SaaS apps are integrated out the box if you deploy using the GSI manner. If you have been working from an integration/technology view point with ICS and OIC for a while it is very easy to get sucked into thinking you need to repeat the integration. After all explicitly integrating the apps is how we started out.
Oracle also want to make it very easy for non Oracle products to integrate, so OIC documentation and the many very good blogs from product management and the engineering team focus on external integration which does (for me atleast) lead to thinking about the older way of working.
Look to see if you’re working with GSI deployment or not. If it isn’t a GSI setup then the old way of working is required. If it is, then determine whether the entity or processes are out the box integrated. This is probably best approached from the SaaS documentation today.
April has been a relatively quiet month article wise after a couple of bumper months. we’re seeing lots of new content already for May.
|Article / Link||Author||Subject Matter||Connecting|
|Token required to provision an Oracle Integration Cloud instance||Ankur Jain||OIC|
|Why is iPaaS adoption growing to handle integrations in cloud architectures?||Daryl Eicher (Oracle)||OIC|
|Creating net new apps on top of Netsuite with OIC Visual Builder||Niall Commisky (Oracle)||VBCS + OIC||NetSuite|
|Monitoring API – Getting Activity Stream data||Niall Commisky (Oracle)||OIC|
|Triggering an OIC integration via OCI Events – the Notifications Service Approach||Stan Tanev (Red Thunder Blog)||OIC||OCI|
|The 5 Pillars of Intelligent Invoice Processing||Daryl Eicher (Oracle)||OIC/Arcivate||RPA|
|B2B – EDI Translation support||Niall Commisky (Oracle)||OIC||EDI|
|B2B Document Management||Niall Commisky (Oracle)||OIC||EDI|
|Process large file (above 10MB) in Oracle Integration Cloud Service (OIC)||Harshit Yadav (K21 Academy)||OIC|
|SOAP Vs REST APIs In Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC)||Harshit Yadav (K21 Academy)||OIC|
This month’s new articles about Oracle Integration Cloud …
The catalogue of articles we’ve been maintaining here has become substantial and a bit unwieldy to maintain (and we think to use). So we’re going see how periodic posts for the latest resources works. We’ve added a new post category to the blog called CollectedArticles, which will make it easy to filter out all but these posts.
We’ll continue to include the references to who the post was from, and the aspect of OIC that is relevant.
As we haven’t updated the resources for a while, this is going to be a bit larger than normal.
|Article / Link||Author||Subject Matter||Connecting|
|SOA Suite 184.108.40.206 / OIC interoperability||Nial Commisky (Oracle Prod. Mgmt)||Adaptors||SOA Suite|
|OIC NetSuite Adaptor||Nial Commisky (Oracle Prod. Mgmt)||Adaptors||Net Suite|
|New Connector for Box||Nial Commisky (Oracle Prod. Mgmt)||Adaptors||Box|
|Object Storage with Oracle Integration Cloud||Red Thunder||Adaptors|
|Using Visual Builder for Process Task Forms||Nial Commisky (Oracle Prod. Mgmt)||VBCS / PCS|
|OIC Feature Flags||Nial Commisky (Oracle Prod. Mgmt)||Core|
|CPQ Integration (Part 1, Part 2)||Nial Commisky (Oracle Prod. Mgmt)||Adaptors||Oracle CPQ|
|Fusion ERP Batch Imports with OIC||Nial Commisky (Oracle Prod. Mgmt)||Adaptors||ERP|
|Why and How to Integrate Oracle Policy Automation with Oracle Integration||Cristian Silipigni (Oracle Solution Engineer)||Adaptor||Oracle Policy Automation|
|Testing REST trigger-based Integrations in OIC Console||Sumit Tomar (Oracle Snr Technical Staff)||Adaptors|
|Encrypt/Decrypt capabilities in Stage Files||Bipin Kumar (Oracle Tech Lead)||Adaptors|
|Integration Patterns – Publish/Subscribe (Part 1, Part 2)||Daniel Martins Teixeira (Oracle Tech Solution Engineer)||Core|
|Using the next generation Activity Stream||Mamta Sangwan (Oracle Snr Tech Staff)||Core|
|Send Notification with attachment||Ankur Jain (Oracle Ace Associate)||Adaptor|
|Editable Table in VBCS||Ankur Jain (Oracle Ace Associate)||VBCS|
|Oracle ATP Adaptor||Ankur Jain (Oracle Ace Associate)||Adaptor||Autonomous Transaction Processing|
|Defining and using constants||Jans Kettenis||Core|
|Auto-Mapping Elements in the Data Mapper||Jans Kettenis||Core|
|Progressive Web App UI Experience||Harish Vinayachandran (Oracle)||Core|
|ICS – XSLT parameters that are not found but are being used ???||Marcel van de Glind||Core|
|How Much Oracle Integration Cloud Do I Need?||Rubicon Red||Core|
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 [THT6590]
- The Future of Integration with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence [TIP1372]
- Extending and Connecting Applications with Oracle Integration Cloud [HOL6298]
- FedEx Hybrid Cloud Integration Strategy [CAS3614]
- Integrating Your ERP and HCM with Oracle Integration Cloud [HOL6314]
- Simplify and Accelerate Digital Transformation with Oracle Integration Cloud [PRO4539]
- The Path to a Digital Workforce with Oracle Integration Cloud [PRO4515]
- American Red Cross Modernizes Disaster Relief with Oracle Integration Cloud [CAS4877]
- Unleash Your Business Processes Your Way with Oracle Integration Cloud [PRO4536]
- Quick Wins Your Business Will Love Using Oracle Integration Cloud [THT6824]
- Simplify and Accelerate Digital Transformation with Oracle Integration Cloud [PRO4518]
- Application Integration on Oracle Cloud [TRN6352]
- DevOps: Oracle SOA, Oracle WebLogic, Oracle Integration Cloud, Oracle Java Cloud Service [CAS3896]
- Get Insight into Oracle Integration Cloud/Oracle Java Cloud Service Performance [PRO4478]
- AI-Powered Oracle Integration Cloud and Oracle API Platform Cloud Service [PRO6176]
- Connect with Oracle ERP Cloud or Oracle HCM Cloud with Oracle Integration Cloud [PRO4538]
- Oracle Integration Cloud Customer Panel: Real-World Digital Transformation Uses Cases [CAS5691]
- Simplifying Oracle HCM Cloud Integrations [PRM3890]
- Integrating with Oracle ERP Cloud Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service [THT6831]
- Oracle Integration Cloud Best Practices Panel: Transforming to Hybrid Cloud [CAS5215]
- Oracle Integration Cloud Customer Panel: Integrating SaaS into Your Application Network [CAS4491]
- Broader, Better, Faster: Capgemini’s Blueprint for Oracle Cloud in UK Police [CAS3273]