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- Adapters provide easy to use functions.
- No coding is required.
- Detailed log capture.
- Easy to diagnose a problem and troubleshoot the issue.
- Click, drag and drop
- More samples for ease of use
- Workflow creation can be a challenge at times. It requires a good understanding of the technology to design efficient workflow.
- Auto-association of Oracle applications prepopulates the application connector select box and preconfigures Oracle Integration (OIC) using secure credential access for faster integration.
- Various other system connectors are available to use readily.
- User-intuitive experience--Connectors, integrators, and dashboard can be seen on one page.
- Need to include more adapters.
- Only connections of same adapter type can be replaced.
- Speed on the cloud servers is sometimes slow.
Oracle Integration (OIC) is well suited where you have multiple inbound and outbound interfaces connecting to various systems. No coding is needed and it's very user intuitive. Oracle Integration (OIC) is less appropriate if it doesn't have the adapter for a particular system you are planning to integrate with. EDI integration is not supported. It is also not suited if all your applications are maintained in single system, as there won't be a need for integration.
- Oracle Integration (OIC) is easy to use and has a friendly UI.
- Support is fantastic!
- Oracle Integration (OIC) permits repetitive function calls from multiple sources.
- The web performance console is lacking.
- Speed on the cloud can be laggy at times but not crucial.
- Older system integration is subpar (but you can't really complain here, since it's common with new upgrades and releases).
- Standard Adaptors are provided for certain software.
- UI is neatly organized.
- Need some material for the first-time user with detailed real-time scenarios.
- Inbound to oracle Fusion can be confusing, especially in terms of security.
- Oracle Integration (OIC)(include Oracle Integration Cloud Service) has plentiful adapters to enable cloud-based integrations - excellent coverage Oracle SaaS services even support event-driven integration. The pricing model is very competitive and gets billed for hourly consumption.
- It is well suited if you have multiple systems that need to be automatically integrated.
- Less suited, when you have one system where all the applications are maintained.
- OIC is one of the finest cloud integration platform available in the market.
- OIC has many adapters/connectors available to connect Oracle products and other third-party applications.
- OIC is the only competitor product to SAP's integration solution.
- OIC has fewer adapters available for on-premise applications. While it is understood that the world is moving towards the cloud, there are still many customers on-premise, and it's integration doesn't cater to that.
- There is no prebuilt integration between SAP Project Systems and Plant Maintenance with Primavera P6, Prime and other CEGBU products.
- It addresses the business problems of integrating oracle ERP and other cloud solutions with third party systems.
- Oracle Integration Cloud is used for integrating with different systems together. The systems could be on premise or on the Cloud.
- Chatbots built for the PeopleSoft systems are deployed on Oracle Digital Assistant. The Chatbot and the PeopleSoft talk through the Integration Cloud using the REST APIs.
- Easy to use interface
- Space to see the REST APIs
Less Appropriate: When there is not much integration involved with two different systems.
- Ease of implementation - this saves me and my team time and resources. You can do projects faster and with less constraints.
- Strength of the system - It is robust. The ability to inform set integrations well and efficiently is a benefit.
- Long lag times - it's a really big system that can be clunky sometimes. It doesn't go as fast as you want it to.
- Inefficient processing - hand in hand with lag times. It's slow and can seem outdated at times.
- Outdated UI - could use a better, more intuitive interface.
- Time to market is very quick with OIC.
- Less admin work is needed since it is autonomous.
- The provisioning of OIC is really fast.
- We need to have the capabilities for B2B integrations.
- Development UI could have faster response times for developers.
- Need capabilities for parallel processing and also should give users the ability to control threads.
- Rapid prototyping and development of integrations with the many out of the box adapters.
- The integration monitoring tools are key to successful testing and support.
- UI is very clean and easy to navigate.
- Need the ability to reuse integration modules.
- Take advantage of screen real estate and eliminate all the popups.
- Still need more adapters for connectivity.
- Quick to market - Integration can be built in a very short timeframe with fast, defect-free connectivity.
- Rich adapters with powerful single-click functionality.
- Connectivity landscape to different applications.
- Faster UI (getting some 502/503 errors).
- Mapping - Would like to see the addition of some more functionality and standard functions.
- Performance for long-running threads.
We do use HCM product for HR related applications.I directly work with Oracle Database - 11G, 12G. I frequently work with SQL related queries in my job to pull out information that used in our tables and integrate with daliy issues.I highly recommend oracle products.
- Testing before deploying into our environment is beneficial to the company
- Training is becoming so easy for the end users, technical users, functional users and architects
- Documenting step by step for training, development is an easy task for all kind of users in a real time manner Saves lots of time and money
- We just need to follow a few simple steps to create the Integration.
- We have integrated our Oracle managed PeopleSoft Application, which is inside our organization's VPN to OIC, and are now slowly moving each integration of PeopleSoft to OIC so that we need to open a secure tunnel for each integration.
- You can integrate into any system with Publicly available connectors.
- Currently, it is not retaining the logs for more than 3 days, which it needs to address.
- We also need some functionality inside the interface to re-push the same transaction again so that it will be helpful while testing and fixing the issue.
- Also, some log errors are not giving the correct details. Oracle needs to rectify those.
It's a very intuitive interface to create integrations and deploy it rapidly while keeping the business logic within the core applications.
It helped us to create the integration between disparate system faster, while keeping our company IT security standards in place.
- Speed to market.
- A highly secure platform.
- Good drag and drop functionality to create integration.
- VBCS and PCS components, which are very helpful to create web applications and process applications with ease.
- The migration strategy should be streamlined so that the integrations can be moved with more ease.
- Any changes to the existing integration will wipe out the mapping, which I think could be improved.
- IP Addresses for whitelisting should be displayed on the console so that we don't have to open SR with Oracle.
Since it's an integration platform, we can't necessarily use it to perform heavy data processing.
- Easy to learn and develop basic integrations.
- Built-in connectors for our existing suite of Oracle ERP implementations.
- Allows for our organization to have a robust environment that handles failover without the need to engineer and support a full SOA implementation.
- OIC documentation can sometimes be difficult to follow and not explain all the necessary steps in order to set up some of the more complicated integrations.
- The management interface could use some improvement, it does not recalculate statistics based on its retention period
- Scheduled integrations are limited to a 10-minute frequency.
- Easy to use and adapter friendly.
- Support is great.
- Visual builder enabled.
- Process applications.
- Fault handling needs improvement.
- File adapter, on-prem file pooling file size.
- Mapper should be able to edit once we import from local.
- Simplified connectivity.
- Complex orchestrations.
- Allows for repetitive function calls from multiple sources.
- The user interface for review of workflows.
- Performance of the web console.
- Dependency-based orchestrations.
- Subscription of Oracle tables and data.
- Integration with all products including cloud-based integrations.
- Integration with HCM.
- Integration with external cloud applications.
- The speed of the application that is deployed in the cloud.
- Integration with the mainframe & other old systems.
- New enhanced activities that are targeted to reduce the integration pain. For example, file stage activity reduces the pain of chunking the input file while sending and mapping the data to the target application. Stage activity takes care of it automatically for the customer. Similarly, recommendation on the mapper is a huge plus for people looking for common integration.
- There are around 50 adapters available including dedicated out of the box application adapters and generic technologies adapters on OICS. The best part of these application adapters is that they are designed considering LOB users. Most of the time integration implementor does not require, application knowledge to perform the integration. OICS has some of Oracle Cloud applications adapters which make integration much easier may not be available in other integration platforms.
- Inbuilt diagnostic dashboard and error hospital makes this product lucrative. OICS also comes with integrated Process Cloud and Visual Builder at the same cost. the customer can have seamless integration with Apiary and SSI on demand.
- OICS does not support EDI integration yet. That customer could buy a SOACS subscription, which is quite expensive. But this feature is in the roadmap and may show in the near future.
- This is not for the super complex integration or huge volume transactions
- The visual mapping tool is very intuitive.
- There are many out of the box connectors and adapters available.
- Orchestration and Scheduling is visual and does not require a development background.
- More documented examples would be nice to have. In general, most software (and really anything that has instructions) can always improve in that area, in my opinion.
The Oracle Platform Hub, which is not listed above, has had a very big impact on my knowledge of PaaS Suite of applications including integration. User group membership is invaluable to me; I rely on them heavily for learning, thought leadership, networking, and community in general.
- Integration with ERP (Oracle, SAP)
- Integration with Databases, FTP, SFTP, Banks
- Integrations with Trading Partners using Oracle B2B (X12, EDIFACT, HL7, RosettaNet, HIPAA, OAGIS)
- Integrations with third Party Service Providers (SOAP/REST)
- Implementing GPG/PGP Encryption
- Speed and minimal installation efforts
- System is becoming heavy by providing several features
- Quick to learn the basics
- Harnesses multiple powerful technologies including Weblogic, JDeveloper and the Oracle Service Bus
- Allows the creation of flexible muti platform solutions
- Previous 11g releases are not as unified and streamlined as advertised
- Learning curve to building intricate solutions can take significant time and investment
- SOA Suite when combined with Oracle ExaLogic will get you the best performance and reliability. Even without ExaLogic Oracle SOA Suite is the best of breed n the SOA space.
- Once you SOA Suite is in place and your developers are trained in developing services you are able to develop new reusable functionality quickly.
- Oracle SOA Suite provides Business Activity Monitoring that gives you a real time look at you business and the processes that drive it.
- The biggest problem with the Oracle SOA Suite is the installation and configuration of the product. There is much room for improvement here.
- The startup time for large implementations could be improved.
- The development and deployment lifecycle could use some improvement.
Oracle Integration (OIC) Scorecard Summary
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What is Oracle Integration (OIC)?
The key capabilities and benefits include:
- Increased business agility with visual, low-code process automation.
- Faster integrations up to 6X faster with pre-built adapters for SaaS and on-premises systems.
- Visual development environment to creat and host business applications with a visual development environment
- Business processes to create apps.
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- Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
- Does not have featureFree or Freemium Version Available?No
- Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
- Entry-level set up fee?Optional
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