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:

  • Welcome & announcements
  • November release update Oracle Integration
  • HCM Integration Best Practices from the A-Team
  • Questions & Answers

Schedule: December 16th 2021 17:00 CET (Paris time) or 8:00 am PST (San Francisco time)

Speakers:

Mani Krishnan Niall Commiskey Jürgen Kress
Mani Krishnan

Consulting Solution Architect, Oracle HQ

Niall Commiskey

Senior Director Product Management, Oracle HQ
Jürgen Kress

Director Product Management, Oracle HQ

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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.

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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.
Phil Wilkins, Technical Evangelist, from Capgemini and Dan Goerdt, President, from Flexagon will describe how the combination are highly effective at delivering micro-innovation demonstrated through real-world customer results.
From this session, you will learn:

  • How the Agile Innovation Platform’s building blocks, templates, allows us to focus on customer value & innovation.
  • How FlexDeploy brings unique benefits to both Open Source and Oracle-specific technologies.
  • What were the challenges solved and benefits gained by actual customers using AIP and FlexDeploy.
  • How Integration is the foundation of continuous delivery and innovation.

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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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OIC Pub/Sub with OCI Streaming Part 2 by Niall Commiskey

imageHere we have multiple subscribers, let’s call them cg01 and cg02 – cg standing for consumer group. The previous post had 1 subscriber, now we are looking at 2. This is very easy to implement. One just needs separate integrations per subscriber, it’s what you would require anyway. So let’s check out my OIC artefacts –

AA-StreamingProducts-Subscribe is configured to subscribe as consumer cg01. AA-StreamingProducts-Subscribe-CG02 is configured to subscribe as consumer cg02. Read the complete article here.

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OIC Pub/Sub with OCI Streaming by Niall Commiskey

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Simple use case here – publish and subscribes to events from Shopify.

Normally I would be doing this with orders, however, my trial Shopify account doesn’t allow me to create orders, so I’m leveraging Products here. But, I know you are all experts at extrapolating.

Now someone may think of using Pub/Sub pattern available when creating a new integration in OIC. However, as you can see – it has been deprecated.

The publish to OIC integration style has been deprecated. Oracle recommends that you use app driven orchestration and use an invoke to publish a message into the OIC streaming service. Read the complete article here.

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Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter November 2021

Dear Partner Community

Oracle Named a Leader for Five Consecutive Years in Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service. Thanks to the partner community for your excellent support. System Integration partners implemented 8 of the 10 largest Oracle Integration customers. Successful customer projects drive Oracle cloud platform utilization. The Gartner report highlights the partner network and the widely available community support as a Strengths.

Until December 31st 2021 we offer free training & certification Oracle Application Integration 2021 Specialist Learning Subscription and exam ($245 value)! For details please visit the new community website (membership required).

Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: How to call the OCI AI Language Service from the Oracle Integration Cloud & Leveraging OCI AI Language Service from Oracle Integration & Are you getting most out of your Oracle Cloud subscription? & Field Level Encryption with Oracle Integration and OCI Vault & Send emails with the OCI Email Service and Node.js & Oracle Integration Cloud – Twilio Adapter for SMS and WhatsApp & FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Series Overview & Leveraging Grafana for OIC Metrics & Create a fixed-length file in Oracle Integration & Using OCI Logging for searching OIC Activity Stream Log & Process Excel files with OIC + Oracle Functions & Surfacing OIC Design Time audit logs in OCI Logging Analytics & Configuring OIC Notifications.

In the process & innovation section we highlight the first steps to build a workflow application.

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The November edition highlights the free Oracle Digital Assistant certification & online training. In this month’s community webcast Luis Weir, Antonio Amado and Niall Commiskey will present how to connect Opera Hospitality with CX, ERP and custom application using an Oracle Integration adapter. Please join the Partner Community Webcast November 30th 2021. On-demand webcast recordings are available at the Oracle Video Hub.

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