Oracle Integration Cloud Service Room for Improvement

reviewer1155456
Architect at a recruiting/HR firm
The solution could benefit from using things like AI and machine learning. For example, with certain orchestration fails it would be helpful to look at them as a way to either terminate or re-issue or restart the whole process again. Oracle-based automation blueprints for the majority of the integrations would be helpful to have in a future release. There are some default recommendations that shouldn't be done in some of the firewall integrations. At the end of the day, I don't use the product straight out of the box. Some of the finer integrations have problems like looping or standard patterns that we will have to integrate with Windows and Linux right away. It would be helpful if Oracle could provide one quick deployment method. The solution needs to provide good oversight over the entire integration platform, with more analytic capabilities. View full review »
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. Having more documentation about different use cases and test cases would be helpful when it comes to integration. View full review »
reviewer1140531
Director Of Analytics at a pharma/biotech company with 501-1,000 employees
It could be improved in the supply chain. I think some of these features are just available to their own consulting services, their own professional services arm. Not all features are available to the implementation partners. So especially the features that are related to leverage mission turning and artificial intelligence. They're still not available to the partners in reality. So in that case, if they make tools framework available for us, then we would give them an eight. View full review »
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reviewer1009149
DevOps Manager at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
The product has to mature a lot. I think they've created a lot of cloud integration platforms, and their integration cloud has to mature a lot more in terms of features and capabilities. There are other improvements for the integration cloud, like how it works with EPI. They should bring in more orchestration and integration because it's a cloud-based solution. Now the platform is not built in a way that you can define. View full review »
Phil Wilkins
Enterprise Integration Architect at Capgemini
Some of the adapters could be enhanced to make integration even simpler. The example I would use is the GMail interface - it requires Base64 encoded content. But to make the interface simpler, the API should provide the encoding and the adapter simply accept plain text. View full review »
EMServdel57
EMEA Service Delivery Manager at a software R&D company with 1,001-5,000 employees
There could be much improvement in integration and automation within the solution. The solution needs better dashboarding. There should be reports on running reloads, how things are being deployed and what's in the pipeline. If there was a nice dashboard to have a look at this information, that would allow for more control of the tool itself. From a performance perspective, there could be more improvements done. View full review »
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