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Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service by Phil Wilkins, Robert van Mölken

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Connections define our integration points

It all starts with creating connections. A connection defines the application you want to integrate with. If an application has a public API then ICS can integrate with it. For example, a well-known or lesser-known SaaS application, a public SOAP or REST API for weather or flight information, a custom application using the Messaging Service, or an on-premises Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) application.

Oracle Integration Cloud Service comes with a large set of out-of-the-box Cloud adapters, to provide easy access to these applications. The amount of available adapters is constantly growing. Most of these adapters are built by Oracle, but through the marketplace it is also possible for customers and ...

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