In this blog I would like to show you how OIC instance health check can be done easily with OCI Monitoring Service. Well, just want to say for those who are not familiar with of OCI and OIC; OCI stands for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (https://www.oracle.com/au/cloud/) which is Oracle’s next generation cloud infrastructure. OIC means Oracle Integration Cloud (https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/integration-cloud/index.html)Continue reading “OIC Health Check by OCI Monitoring and Alarm”
Sadly log file identifier icsdiagnosticlog has been deprecated from late November 2020. icsflowlog, icsauditlog are still available so you should be able to apply the same pattern used in this blog to manage your OIC instance log file.
I would like to show how OIC log management can be achieved with OCI Object Storage (I’ll call it bucket) and OCI Logging Analytics, Visual Builder Studio (used to be Developer Cloud, I’ll call it VB Studio).
Interestingly I’m not going to use OIC to download log files, either to ingest log data from OCI Object Storage. VB Studio will be my tool to do sourcing log files and feeding it to bucket – I’ll be taking advantage of unix shell and oct-cli from VB Studio. Then OCI Logging Analytics will ingest log data from bucket based on cloud event.Continue reading “OIC Log Management with VB Studio, OCI Bucket and OCI Logging Analytics”
OIC makes integration easy with ODI
We know OIC (Oracle Integration Cloud) is capable of file based integration for ERP over API.
And we do know that ODI (Oracle Database Integrator from Data Integration Platform Cloud) is capable of ingesting large file and processing it for ERP through the database layer aka ETL / ELT.
Now we’re ready to create connections and integration from OIC. If you missed part 1, please go for Part 1 now. Also my colleague Carlos already wrote excellent blog, Teaching how to integrate Salesforce and Sale Cloud with Oracle Integration Cloud Service so you can look at how to configure outbound message from Salesforce.com and Salesforce Connection with Trigger from OIC.
Luckily, I’ve got a chance to look at PeopleSoft integration with other SaaS app using OIC (Oracle Integration Cloud) and decided to share what I learned.