An Introduction to Jarvis Pizzeria! By Richard Olrichs

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So that is the team! In the time to come, we will start automating our pizza process with the help of Oracle PCS. One of the goals for this project is very selfish, we want to explore PCS and familiarize ourselves with the tool and technology. We joined effort to discuss our findings, ask questions and motivate each other. However, now it is also time to share our experiences with the Community. This will happen in a blog series on our sites as well as via implementation examples and presentations at Oracle related Events.
In essence we have cut the automated pizza process in a couple of separated, decoupled steps; the preparation, the payment & the delivery. Within these steps we will use several familiar techniques, like Human Tasks and Business Rules. We will compare the PCS options to their BPM counterpart and share our findings from a level of ‘MyFirstPcsProcess’ to a more in-depth analysis of the tool and product.
As you can see, our use case reflects upon the process, how PCS relates to BPM, how easy it is to implement a business process, the usage of gateways, business rules and other features we know from BPMN. As a result, our focus has been on Oracle PCS and Oracle PCS alone. This means our lessons learned will also be focussed on PCS and probably will not translate one on one to a real business case.
For example, we use the integration within PCS, to directly call REST and SOAP endpoints, while for a critical, core business system, it is wise to let this integration go through the Integration Cloud as abstraction layer from the process. We hope you enjoy our blog series, happy readings!

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Free Webinar: CI and CD for Oracle SOA and OIC

    imageTake a deep dive of FlexDeploy’s support for the SOA Suite, WebLogic resources, and the Oracle Integration Cloud.

    The Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Integration Cloud provide a wealth of features for integration, but most customers struggle to create fast and repeatable deployment processes to manage changes across their on prem and cloud environments.

    In this webinar you will learn how FlexDeploy can:

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    Installing OIC Connectivity Agent on OCI Compute by Niall Commiskey

    imageThis is a follow up from the previous OCI Streaming post – the OCI Streaming connection requires a connectivity agent to be specified, when one uses the connection as a trigger. I tried this out with the connectivity agent installed on my laptop. Naturally, this is not feasible for any organization, so installation of the agent on an OCI Compute is a compelling alternative.

    Step 1 – Spin up an OCI Compute Instance -  You can accept the defaults – Read the complete article here.

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    Oracle Integration Update Webcast December 16th 2021

    Product Management Webinar: Attend to get the latest updates and innovations on Oracle Integration November 2021 release. Our Oracle Integration Product Manager Team will present new features, product roadmaps, discuss upcoming innovations and provide guidelines to help you adopt these quickly within your organization. Topics include:

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    Restricting access to OIC instances

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    Restrict the networks that have access to your Oracle Integration instance by configuring an allowlist (formerly a whitelist). Only users from the specific IP addresses, Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) blocks, and virtual cloud networks that you specify can access the Oracle Integration instance.

    For the Oracle Integration instance, configure the allowlist when you create the instance or after creating the instance.

    Option 1 for Configuring Allowlists: Restrict Access to Oracle Integration Using the Self-service Allowlist Capabilities

    In this scenario, you restrict access to Oracle Integration using an allowlist. The allowlist restricts access based on the following parameters:

    • Single IP address
    • Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) block (that is, an IP address range)
    • Virtual Cloud Network Oracle Cloud ID (VCN OCID)

    Additionally, your organization might have a service gateway. The service gateway lets your virtual cloud network (VCN) privately access Oracle Integration without exposing the data to the public internet.

    Only the specified IP addresses and VCN OCIDs can access Oracle Integration. Users and systems accessing Oracle Integration from listed VCNs have full access.

    Advantages

    • Easy setup! You can configure your allowlist in just a few minutes, without having to create a custom endpoint.
    • All traffic is supported, including REST, SOAP, and other internet traffic.

    Read the complete article here.

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    Heathrow rapidly moves to Oracle Cloud and connects with hybrid Integration watch on-demand webcast

    Heathrow rapidly moves to Oracle Cloud and connects with hybrid Integration

    The continuous delivery of constant small innovations can bring benefits faster without risks. Join us to hear how Capgemini’s Agile Innovation Platform (AIP) combined with Flexagon’s FlexDeploy DevOps platform can enable innovations and have delivered tangible benefits to customers using the latest cloud capabilities and traditional on-premises ERP.
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    Ways to download connectivity agent Oracle Integration by Ankur Jain

    imageThe connectivity agent is used to establish the communication between SaaS and on-premises applications. Before you create the connection with on-premises applications in Oracle Integration, you must have to download the connectivity agent and install it on the host machine.

    There are various ways to download the connectivity agent. So, in this short article, we’ll describe various options to download the connectivity agent of Oracle Integration.

    1. Using Oracle Integration Console

    The easiest way to download the connectivity agent is using the Oracle Integration console. To download it using the Oracle Integration console follow the below steps:

    1. Login into the Oracle Integration Console.
    2. Navigate to the Integrations -> Agents page
    3. Click on the Download -> Connectivity Agent option from the upper right corner of the page.

    This will start downloading the connectivity agent and a file with the name oic_connectivity_agent.zip will be downloaded on your default download location. You can then transfer it to the host machine where you want to install a connectivity agent. Read the complete article here.

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    OIC Pub/Sub with OCI Streaming Part 3 by Niall Commiskey

    imageThis final post in the series covers using the OCI Streaming adapter as a Trigger.

    This requires us to specify a connectivity agent in the connection definition. My Streaming api endpoint is public, so the connectivity agent can run anywhere e.g. on my laptop.

    Here I leverage my agent group – NIALLC_AGENTGROUP. Now to the integration with OCI Streaming as trigger -  Read the complete article here.

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