Oracle Integration Cloud Service Pros and Cons

Oracle Integration Cloud Service Pros

Jang-Vijay Singh
Consulting Software Engineer at Singhpora Consulting
OIC offers a number of pre-built technology and SaaS adapters for high productivity for a wide range of target systems, both in-house via agents and cloud/SaaS, via a very flexible range of interfaces.
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Gurubrata Sarkar
Customer Solutions Architect at S&P Global Market Intelligence
The out-of-box integration between Oracle and SAP is really beneficial
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reviewer1155456
Architect at a recruiting/HR firm
It's very easy to get started on the solution. It's also easy to maintain, scale, and integrate according to cost factors.
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Jeremy Lee
Founder/Owner at Catalyst Commerce Systems Sdn Bhd
The most valuable feature is the ease of customization.
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reviewer1584171
Software Engineer
In general, there were a lot of great utilities for working with files.
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Jang-Vijay Singh
Consulting Software Engineer at Singhpora Consulting
It has a number of pre-built connectors. Its flow designer is also valuable. It provides the ease of promotion between environments and the ease of connection management. It is also stable and easy to scale and deploy.
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reviewer1140531
Director Of Analytics at a pharma/biotech company with 501-1,000 employees
The lack of features in something like Oracle Integration Cloud leaves some room for leads implementation partners like us
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reviewer1009149
DevOps Manager at a computer software company with 51-200 employees
The most important part would be the use of connectors. The significant number of cloud connectors available for active integration is its value.
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Oracle Integration Cloud Service Cons

Jang-Vijay Singh
Consulting Software Engineer at Singhpora Consulting
Configurable timeouts on each connection would be good.
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Gurubrata Sarkar
Customer Solutions Architect at S&P Global Market Intelligence
The solution doesn't currently have a fully fledged workflow feature like they have in OIM.
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VK
reviewer1155456
Architect at a recruiting/HR firm
Oracle-based automation blueprints for the majority of the integrations would be helpful to have in a future release.
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Jeremy Lee
Founder/Owner at Catalyst Commerce Systems Sdn Bhd
Our client was quite concerned about the cost, which is something that could be reduced.
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reviewer1584171
Software Engineer
The support and resources were lacking — they weren't there.
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Jang-Vijay Singh
Consulting Software Engineer at Singhpora Consulting
It lacks configurable time-outs on connections. Configurable time-outs is an important nonfunctional property that it is currently missing. I have also written about it in an article, and I have also submitted some enhancement requests. Its visual designer could be a bit more responsive. It would also be good to get more XSLT editing capabilities.
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PC
reviewer1140531
Director Of Analytics at a pharma/biotech company with 501-1,000 employees
They need to make tools framework available for implementation partners
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RJ
reviewer1009149
DevOps Manager at a computer software company with 51-200 employees
Now the platform is not built in a way that you can define.
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Learn what your peers think about Oracle Integration Cloud Service. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: May 2021.
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