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· Feb 21 – New Oracle Integration articles

· Deep clean Floating trash, oil and gas spills, and debris cause significant environmental damage. Now, an important Danish deep-sea port is getting cleaned up with drones coordinated by high performance cloud computing

· Marriott’s upgrade Marriott International did a “big bang” upgrade to its HR systems, rolling out all its Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management modules in one day, supported by a worldwide team of more than 700 people working from home.

· Smarter cities “Digital twins” are helping make cities such as Rotterdam, Helsinki, and Rennes better places to live. But while elements of this technology are being used well today, to achieve full potential these systems must be connected citywide into one ecosystem.

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Integrate SaaS hands-on Bootcamp Brazil June 29th, 30th & July 1st 2021

IS09B60WMDo you want to find out why Gartner named Oracle as a Leader in Magic Quadrant for three years in row? Are you able to innovate quickly in the new digital world? Are you looking for ways to integrate systems and data faster using a modern cloud integration platform? Attend the Oracle Integration Bootcamp, a three days hands-on training for Oracle partners!

Oracle Product Management is pleased to invite Oracle Partners to attend a 3-days hands-on workshop on how to integrate with ERP & HCM applications using Oracle Integration Cloud. This Invite-Only hands-on workshop will be delivered at No-Fee to Partners. It will consist of presentations, demos, and hands-on labs.

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) offers Integration, Process Automation and Visual design capabilities that help business analysts and IT specialists to automate end to end business processes across departments. Oracle Integration Cloud offers a simple recipe to be successful in this application integration and process automation journey: Build, Integrate and Engage.

Schedule:

Brazil June 29th, 30th & July 1st 2021

India June 15th,18th & 22nd 2021

Asia July 13th, 16th & 20th 2021

EMEA July 27th, 29th August 3rd 2021

On-demand training

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OIC Process Correlation: Take Good Care of Your Properties by Jan Kettenis

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The other day we had an issue with correlating process instances which turned out to be caused by some "mistake" we made. Took quite some time to figure it out so I thought I share it with you, hoping it can safe you some time.

First I will explain what correlation is about (you may want to check out a much more elaborate blog article on how to use it in OIC-Process by Martien van den Akker, or another one from Anthony Reynolds explaining the concept in the context of BPEL). Correlation is in OIC-Process not really different from what it is in Oracle BPM Suite so if you already know that or when you have done it before in OIC you can skip the next paragraph.

When one process instance is calling another one and of the latter there may be multiple instances, you need a way to make sure the second process calls back the right instance of the first process. That is done by making that the instance to call can uniquely be identified, or "correlated" as it is called. In many cases correlation is out-of-the-box, like for synchronous calls or asynchrounous calls using WS-Addressing. When there is no out-of-the-box correlation, you need to configure it explicitly using what is called "message-based correlation". That means that instances are correlated using a key (value or combination of values) which is (part of) the message that is send from one instance to the other. In OIC that key is called (not surprisingly) the "correlation key" (same as "correlation set" in BPEL). The correlation key has one or more "properties" for which the (combination of) values must be unique in such a way that at any time there cannot be two or more instance flows of the calling process using the same correlation key value(s). Read the complete article here.

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Oracle Implementation Certifications

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Enablement and certification are key to cloud success. At the Oracle Competence Center and Online Learning Library partners can attend free on-line classes and certifications. Additional we offer the latest implementation exams ($245 or free vouchers) for:

· Oracle Cloud Platform Application Integration 2021 Specialist | 1Z0-1042-21

· Oracle Cloud Platform Digital Assistant 2020 Specialist | 1Z0-1071-20

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Helpful Suggestions in setting up SOA suite on Containers by Arun Ganesan

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Oracle SOA Suite On Containers was released by Oracle recently. Here is the quick start guide on how to setup a SOA Suite environment in Kubernetes.

Below are some of the helpful suggestions that might be useful while performing the setup as in the quick start guide above.

Unable to pull Weblogic Kubernetes Operator :

Weblogic Kubernetes Operator image is available at ghcr.io.  Below is a sample command:

docker pull ghcr.io/oracle/weblogic-kubernetes-operator:3.0.1

SOA Suite Image Location:

The SOA Suite image can be installed from two different locations.

First option is to use Oracle Support repository. This is the only version supported for production deployments and also has the latest patch set. More info can be found here. The other options is to use Oracle Container Registry – use this only for development, test environments and not for prod. Read the complete article here.

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SOA Suite Docker Image Release – 21.1.2 by Ravi Pinto

imageWe are delighted to announce the release of the next iteration of Oracle SOA Suite Docker Image. This release is tagged as 21.1.2.

Here is a look at the features that the first release in the new year brings in

  • New config parameters introduced to help customize cluster name for both Oracle SOA and Oracle Service Bus
  • New way to perform the life cycle operations on Domain, Cluster & Servers
  • Supports Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1.4 domains deployment using January 2021 PSU and known bug fixes
  • Various bug fixes for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus. Read the complete article here.

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Piloting Your Digital Transformation Journey through Modernization by Ravi Pinto

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As organizations evaluate Digital Transformation and consequently, SOA Modernization as part of that exercise, my colleague, Perren Walker, has put together some thoughts that I wanted to share with you. He has penned them in context the aerospace industry. I am sure you will glean some pearls of wisdom here.

What does aerospace have to teach us about cost-effective IT modernization?

In my mind, there are many similarities between aerospace platforms and IT systems, not the least both are capital intensive and can experience rapid technological obsolescence. Yet, Boeing has flown an airplane from 1955, some 66 years, and it is expected to fly beyond 2050. How has Boeing been able to continuously modernize an aircraft with such longevity, while remaining a state-of-the-art platform and the best economic choice? 

We’ve selected Boeing’s avionics platform because Oracle SOA Suite customers are looking to achieve similar business returns with their Integration investments. When we look closely, there are 4 parallels between Boeing’s aircraft and Oracle SOA Suite customers, who are driving platform modernization:

  1. An extensible, re-configurable architecture

With SOA Suite containerization[1], customers can easily configure SOA Suite’s architecture to easily run in the cloud, on-premise or in a hybrid configuration.  This protects your investment in existing integrations, while SOA modernization can take place with Oracle Integration. Read the complete article here.

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FlexDeploy for Oracle Integration Cloud

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Whether it’s the ability to easily and effectively build and deploy OIC artifacts, the need to easily and efficiently access logs and reports, or the desire to incorporate automated testing into the development process, FlexDeploy provides a simple way to build, deploy, and test OIC artifacts. Have a question for us here at Flexagon? Leave it in the comments! Oh, and leave us a like! We really appreciate it. Flexagon is an innovative software company focused on enabling enterprise agility and operational excellence. Our DevOps platform, FlexDeploy, brings automation, controls, and visibility to software provisioning, build, deploy, test, and release processes, and includes pre-built plugins for Oracle Database, Fusion Middleware, E-Business Suite, Cloud, and many open source and commercial technologies. Watch the video here.

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Oracle Integration – Connecting to NetSuite using Token Based Authentication by Subhani Sahib Italapuram

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In this blog, We shall talk about Token Based Authentication(TBA) which is one of the security policies supported by NetSuite adapter in Oracle Integration.

If you want to use token-based authentication with the Oracle NetSuite Adapter, You should have the following information that is required for creating a connection.

  • Consumer key
  • Consumer secret
  • Token
  • Token secret
  • Account ID

And to use Token Based Authentication (TBA), you need to complete the tasks given below in the NetSuite application.

  1. Enable Token-Based Authentication
  2. Create Integration record
  3. Create a Role and assign to a User
  4. Create an Access Token for the Integration record, User, and Role
  5. NetSuite Account ID.

Let us go through the below steps and get the values required for us to create a connection using NetSuite adapter in Oracle Integration.

1. Enable Token-Based Authentication

Go to Setup in NetSuite application > Company > Enable Features > Click the SuiteCloud subtab –> Under Manage Authentication section, check the TOKEN-BASED AUTHENTICATION (Please note that the features Client SuiteScript and Server SuiteScript must also be enabled to use token-based authentication with RESTlets, If it is not enabled, please enable). Read the complete article here.

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Connecting Hubspot and NetSuite using Oracle Integration (OIC) by Niall Commiskey

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Simple scenario here – I need to sync contacts between Hubspot and NetSuite. Introduction.

Now I am new to HubSpot – by new I mean really a neophyte – I am trying this out for the first time tonight. I create a HubSpot developer account and get the api key. Read the complete article here.

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