Oracle Integration - Get Started
In these hands-on labs, you'll be working with two of the key capabilities of Oracle Integration; application integration and process automation.
The labs are broken into two parts. Part one will cover application integration where you'll create an integration to update subscription usage data in Oracle Engagement Cloud. Part two will cover process automation where you'll create a Process App to automate the self service collection of usage data and update that subscription usage data in Oracle Engagement Cloud Subscription Management. While you will benefit from completing both labs in order, the labs are designed such that you can work on them independently.
The business scenario is to create a self-service Subscription Management application that allows subscribers of a good or service to self report subscription usage. Once subscription usage data is reported, the application will automate the review and approval of that data, and if approved, automate updating Oracle Engagement Cloud Subscription Management with the usage data. This scenario represents a common business process where requests are made, reviewed, approved, and result in updates to an enterprise application. Digitizing and automating these types of business process can yield significant benefits.
Access to Oracle Integration is secured through Oracle Identity Cloud Service. Users may be granted access to all the Oracle Integration environments in a cloud tenancy, or they may be restricted to specific environments. They may be assigned different roles in each environment.
Post Oracle OpenWorld
For Oracle OpenWorld 2019 we provided a lab environment with access to an Oracle Integration instance and an Oracle Engagement Cloud instance. These instances are no longer available now that Oracle OpenWorld is over.
You may still use the lab documents but you will require access to an Engagement Cloud instance and an Oracle Integration instance.
We are working to make the lab resources available here, so that you can load them into your own Oracle Integration instance and have the same experience we had in the Oracle OpenWorld hands-on lab.
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