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Oracle SOA cloud service and Hybrid Integration

Posted by Santosh Kumar Jagilinki, Technology Lead, Infosys

As the industry moves towards cloud services, it is time to shift the integrations as well from on-premise to cloud, or at least maintain a hybrid system of both cloud and on-premise. However, the costs incurred on purchasing the hardware, network, services, storage, and resources necessary to build a service-oriented architecture (SOA) are always on the higher side. Additionally, the customers are always concerned that it is a tedious task to provision a new SOA environment for a temporary period. Lastly, patching, cloning, and upgrading are the other major challenges faced by the administrators in the client environment.

Oracle SOA cloud service Hybrid Integration is a new cloud service released by Oracle. Categorized as Platform as a Service (PAAS), it is a solution that helps businesses overcome all the above challenges.
It is a subscription based cloud service solution, which means you pay only for what you use. SOA cloud service holds a robust infrastructure that can run both SOA, as well as Oracle Service Bus (OSB) applications. The API manager can also be provisioned to discover and publish the APIs for internal developers, as well as to external systems.

Some of the key features of the Oracle SOA cloud service include:
  • Managing the environment has been made easier as cloning, back-up, and patching can be done with just a few clicks from the console page
  • Scale-up, Scale-down, perform back-up, and data recovery is supported by Oracle Inc. as the environment is hosted on their infrastructure
  • Moving workloads from cloud to on-premise and back, without supervision

The SOA cloud service is equipped with a wide variety of cloud and on-premise adapters for enterprise applications. Hence, building integrations with SaaS applications, such as sales cloud and service cloud, is as easy as building integrations with ERP applications like SAP and Oracle EBS.

Complex environments, like having an SOA cloud service and an on-premise SOA suite solution, are also well supported. Here, real-time interfaces can be deployed on-premise, and services exposed outside the DMZ can be deployed on the cloud to provide greater security.

To better understand the Oracle SOA cloud service and its hybrid integration capabilities, please attend our session - 'Oracle SOA cloud service and Hybrid Integration' at Oracle Open World 2015. This session will have panel members from renowned organizations who will share their thoughts on the product.

Date: October 28th, 2015
Time: 4:15 PM to 5:15 PM
Location: Moscone West

Please visit us at Booth #1101 at Oracle OpenWorld. Infosys is a Diamond Sponsor at the event.


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