Oracle Integration Cloud Service Valuable Features

reviewer1155456
Architect at a recruiting/HR firm
Everything related to the mapping is valuable. It's visual, design-wise when compared to other solutions that I used to use. It's very easy to get started on the solution. It's also easy to maintain, scale, and integrate according to cost factors. The solution is very user-friendly in terms of identifying the orchestration and targets, and associates when mapping. View full review »
Jeremy Lee
Founder/Owner at Catalyst Commerce Systems Sdn Bhd
The most valuable feature is the ease of customization. The interface is user-friendly and easy to work with. There are only three of us in the company who are using it, and we are able to complete projects for enterprise-level customers. There is no need to hire between twenty and fifty people to get the job done. Oracle integrates well with other products. View full review »
reviewer1009149
DevOps Manager at a software R&D 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. View full review »
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Phil Wilkins
Enterprise Integration Architect at Capgemini
* The simplicity and ease of creating SOAP and REST endpoints and integrating with them. New features being added regularly to make it a significant integration platform. View full review »
EMServdel57
EMEA Service Delivery Manager at a software R&D company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The flexibility for bringing in different streams without depending on the architecture is the solution's most valuable feature. View full review »
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