Oracle Integration Cloud Service Overview

Oracle Integration Cloud Service is the #6 ranked solution in our list of top Integration Platform as a Service providers. It is most often compared to Oracle Data Integrator (ODI): Oracle Integration Cloud Service vs Oracle Data Integrator (ODI)

What is Oracle Integration Cloud Service?

Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) delivers best in class “Hybrid” Integration. ICS is a simple and powerful integration platform in the cloud to maximize the value of your investments in SaaS and on-premises applications. It includes an intuitive web based integration designer for point and click integration between applications and a rich monitoring dashboard that provides real-time insight into the transactions, all running on a mature runtime platform on Oracle Public Cloud. ICS will help accelerate integration projects and significantly shorten the time-to-market through it's intuitive and simplified designer, an intelligent data mapper, and a library of adapters to connect to various applications.

Oracle Integration Cloud Service is also known as Oracle ICS.

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Solution Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
One of the most important features -- and, of course, the key differentiator -- is the newly-introduced on-premise agent.

What is our primary use case?

Primarily, we use Integration Cloud Service to integrate on-premises systems and applications, e.g. SAP, with cloud-based solutions like Salesforce.

What other advice do I have?

Oracle ICS simplifies the definition of system integrations, focuses on core business features like the data mapping, and hides technical complexity away from the integration developer. The user interface is very intuitive, responsive and easy to use, so long training periods are not needed. Furthermore, the platform has a very clear and transparent roadmap and is getting more mature with every release. Make use of the Oracle Cloud marketplace and just do needed adjustments that are necessary for your business to rapidly increase your development speed.
Principal, Enterprise Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The biggest differentiator is that it is simple to integrate. Enriched with Best breed adapters, It covers Integration, orchistration, API Management, Data Management. It still lags on EDI (B2B) Intgr

What other advice do I have?

There's no preparation required because it's a SaaS application. They just need to subscribe. The trial was part of the Insight program. They can just go in and request a trial version. They can look into the product for themselves. In terms of preparation, I would say you need to know your requirements, what you want to integrate, and whether those are limiting factors in ICS or not. There are prerequisites you should go through or you can work with their sales team, who basically can educate you better so you can decide whether ICS is the right product. Oracle has a wide variety of products…
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Testing Program Delivery Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We are currently doing PoCs to learn it and move into the new cloud environment.

What other advice do I have?

Especially regarding Oracle Cloud, go with it. The shift which we need to do towards the cloud is, at one stage, if you're not adapting to it, I think you are late for the bus. That's my opinion. When I select a vendor to work with, the very first thing I look at is the cost. The cost is what is driving the entire industry. I know everyone is increasingly becoming very sensitive to the cost. The second thing is the service, the customer service. As a vendor, I bring up some critical issues. I do look for them to be a partner and see how fast they solve my issue; that is very important, because…
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