Connect Oracle SaaS (ERP, HCM, CX) with Pre-Built Recipes – Accenture Oracle Webcast May 5th 2021

DAccenture Oracle Connect SaaS webcast invite May 2021rive Integrations into your organization with Accenture

Join Accenture’s Amit Tahilramani, Mani Choudhary and Amit Singh with Dhiraj Chhajer (The Wonderful Company IT Director) to discover Accenture’s PaaS assets which can immediately deliver value for your ERP and HCM projects. In this webinar you will learn:
• How prebuilt integrations with connectors can speed up the delivery timelines for customer.
• How to bring Dev-Ops with PaaS and SaaS config/code promotion.
• How centralized repository for all assets gives access to all implementation consultants.
• How to future-proof your competitive advantage through custom application development on a common cloud framework enabled with seamless security and high performance.

Schedule: May 5, 2021 9:00 a.m. PT

For details please visit the registration page here.

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My private Corner – missed a webcast?

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Since 2007 we host a regular partner community webcast. In 92 editions we covered a wide range from topics including the ROI, governance and architecture of integration. We were fortune to welcome special guest like Thomas Erl, Amit Zavery, Vikas Anand or Clements Utschig-Utschig. Many of the most recent webcast with Niall Commiskey including HCM, ERP, CX and NetSuite integration are available at Oracle Video Hub and YouTube. Which is the first edition you attended? Let us know, send us a tweet at #PaaSCommunity!

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Top tweets PaaS Partner Community April 2021

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Additional new content PaaS Partner Community

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· Jan 21 – new OIC articles By Phil Wilkins

· Cloud protection Cybereason, a startup, shuttles petabytes of data in and out of Oracle Cloud each day to find security threats in the laptops and phones deployed by legions of work-from-home employees.

· An introduction to observability in API management

· Oracle ERP Virtual Summit: Big Moves to Pivot Forward

· Oracle Developer Live: AI and ML for Your Enterprise

· What’s new in Oracle Visual Builder

· APIs and IPAs: How to Embed Reliable Video Meetings into Your Apps in Minutes

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What’s Coming for Enterprise Blockchain in 2021 by Mark Rakhmilevich

imageAs pandemic swept the world this year, many companies saw a significant drop in their business, and anticipating a prolonged economic contraction focused on cost savings and optimizations. Unsurprisingly, enterprise IT spending overall and emerging technology spending in particular has re-focused on generating near-term savings, risk reduction, and business optimizations. The organizations are looking at blockchain initiatives that can deliver these, for example, B2B reconciliations using a distributed ledger and smart contracts, which can reduce the time and costs of manual exception handling, speed up time to settle, and automate variety of B2B transactions based on single source of truth provided by transparent access to a distributed ledger and pre-agreed smart contracts. Read the complete article here.

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Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter April 2021

Dear Partner Community

Oracle SaaS like HCM, ERP and SX solutions require to be connected. Pre-build adapters, part of Oracle Integration, accelerate these implementations. Standard SaaS solutions can be extended with custom processes. Often these processes reflect the core business value and are the competitive differentiator. Oracle Integration offers both capabilities to integrate and extend processes, for partners a great consulting and service revenue opportunity. Thanks to Daniel Teixeira who published a great process automation introduction series: Part 1 & Part 2 (Forms) & Part 3 (Workflow).

With Opera Oracle is the leader in the hospitality industry. Opera cloud facilitates hotels to mange room bookings. These systems need to be integrated with custom applications and standard software. Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform (OHIP) in combination with Oracle Integration (OIC) accelerate the digital transformation of the hospitality industry. Niall describes a typical hospitality integration between the reservation system into a CRM for sales and marketing purpose. For an overview including a demo please watch the on-demand webcast.

Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: How to define a Repeating Global Variable & Using Aggregate Functions Sum(), Count() while Processing Larger Files & Beating OIC’s FTP File Limits & Subscribing to Fusion Custom Business Events in OIC &Guidelines when moving Integration Workloads from SOA to Oracle Integration & Accessing Object Storage from Oracle Integration & Connecting Hubspot and Netsuite using Oracle Integration (OIC) & Oracle Integration – Connecting to NetSuite using Token Based Authentication & FlexDeploy for Oracle Integration Cloud & Piloting Your Digital Transformation Journey through Modernization & SOA Suite Docker Image Release – 21.1.2 & Helpful Suggestions in setting up SOA suite on Containers.

In the process & innovation section Jan published a process correlation article and how to reuse subprocesses. Mani describes how to extend Oracle application cloud approvals.

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The April edition highlights the hands-on Chatbot training and a brand new Integration newsletter for customers. In this month’s community webcast Greg Mally & Deepak Arora will present Identity Propagation call from Integration Cloud to Oracle SaaS Applications. Please join the Partner Community Webcast April 27th 2021. On-demand webcast recordings are available at the Oracle Video Hub.

Want to publish your best practice article & news in the next community newsletter? Please feel free to send it via Twitter @soaCommunity #PaaSCommunity.

To read the newsletter please visit www.bit.ly/PaaSNewsApril2021

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Process Archiving by Niall Commiskey

imageOne may need to archive process instances for compliance purposes and what better place to store those completed instances than OCI Object Storage.

Here is the OCI bucket –

The password entered in Configuring Services above is NOT your oracle cloud password.

Rather – I approve 9 human tasks, completing 9 simple process instances – just that I’ve something to archive. Simple so far – now to defining the archiving schedule -  Only 6 minutes to go, so let’s wait for the magic to happen… Back in object storage land… Read the complete article here.

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How it Started vs. How it’s Going: Oracle SOA in the Cloud – Webinar April 22nd 2021

imageJoin us on Thursday, April 22 to learn how you can transform your architecture into an efficient, scalable, and cost-effective solution with Oracle’s iPaaS options.

Our team will illustrate the process, methodology, and technology involved in moving Oracle SOA Suite to the Cloud with AST’s proven Transcend methodology, which has been used to modernize integration platforms for dozens of customers across industries.

We’ll be joined by one of our customers who will discuss their ‘How it started vs. How it’s going’ story with SOA.  You’ll hear about their recent migration to Oracle SOACS, why they chose to migrate to the cloud, what the process involved, and the tangible benefits the organization is already realizing with the solution.

Attendees will gain an understanding of:

•             Oracle iPaaS (SOA Cloud Service, Oracle Integration Cloud, and more)

•             How Oracle’s iPaaS options can reduce IT maintenance & administrative costs

•             Migration patterns and security

•             Lessons learned

•             A no-risk migration approach to the cloud for Oracle SOA customers

Stop imagining your ideal digital transformation and learn how you can make that a reality with a Transcend to Oracle SOA in the cloud.

Date:  Thursday, April 22, 2021; 1 PM CDT

For details please visit the registration page here.

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FTP Polling using FTP JCA adapter in OSB 12c by Pranav Davar

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We can poll files at regular intervals from a remote ftp/sftp server location using Oracle JCA adapter for FTP, with help of GET operation. We can integrate oracle JCA FTP adapter with BPEL, mediator, or OSB 12c. In this article, we will be creating one OSB project that will demonstrate polling of files from remote FTP location using FTP adapter and writing the files to our local server location

Note: Using JDeveloper 12c (12.2.1.4).

Pre-requisites:
  • Connection factory configured in Weblogic server.
  • User, configured in connection factory has the access to read and write files to target/from ftp location

Steps:

Let’s start by creating a new project with the name “FTP_Polling”. Read the complete article here.

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Consolidate tasks from Oracle applications cloud and other applications into a single list of tasks by Mani Krishnan

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In today’s enterprise, users must expect to multitask in order to achieve higher productivity. Thus, tasks and lists of tasks become necessary features of most enterprise applications-such as ERP, HCM or CRM–for improving user productivity. Tasks can range from simple to-dos that remind the assignee about activities outside the application to approvals for HR, finance or sales transactions.                         

Enterprise users commonly must deal with multiple task lists from applications from various vendors and from homegrown applications.  For a single user to access multiple web sites to look up tasks on a daily basis defeats the purpose that tasks lists are meant to serve.

For example, Oracle provides a common list of tasks for integrated cloud applications, such as HCM, ERP, Supply chain and Sales.  Additionally, customers might want to extend the approval capabilities with PaaS, by using business process management (BPM) products such as Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC)-process.  In such scenarios, the users would be required to check two lists of tasks.

A list of tasks that consolidates tasks from multiple applications can significantly improve productivity of enterprise users by eliminating the need to check multiple lists for any pending activity and take action. Read the complete article here.

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