Oracle Integration Cloud Service is a comprehensive, secure, and lightweight integration solution that lets you link your cloud-based apps. It integrates both your cloud application and your on-premise application, making connectivity between both easier.
Oracle Integration Cloud Service connects Oracle Software as a Service (SaaS) applications including Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle Right Now Cloud, and others.
The dashboard displays information about the running integrations after you’ve integrated the application and activated it in the runtime environment, so you can keep track of its progress and processing data. By capturing and reporting crucial statistics including throughput, the number of messages processed successfully, and the number of messages that failed processing, the dashboard measures and tracks the performance of your transactions.
The definitions of the various components required to establish an end-to-end integration in OIC are listed below:
Connections are used to implement business processes in integration. A trigger or source connection, an invoke or target connection, and the field mapping between those two connections are all part of an integration.
- Invoke (target connection): For requests made from OIC Service to the target.
- Trigger (source connection): For requests submitted to the OIC Service.
A connection is based on adaptor. for example To connect to a specific RightNow Cloud application instance, you must first pick the Oracle RightNow adapter and then enter the WSDL URL, security policy, and security credentials.
When mapping from one system to another, similar to DVMs in SOA Suite, can cross-reference values of the same attribute/element.
To simply import and export integrations to and from OIC Service, you can aggregate them into a single structure called a package. Integrations are not required as part of packages because they are optional. For a package to exist, it must have at least one integration.
The on-premises connectivity agent lets you build integrations and send messages between on-premises apps and Oracle Integration Cloud Service. For example Sending requests from a cloud application to an on-premise database.
To begin using Oracle Integration Cloud Service, you must first create a user account. You can use a web browser to access Oracle Integration Cloud Service.