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· New Podcasts: Integrating and Moving Data The final podcasts are now available from our six-part series, Integration: Heart of the Digital Economy. Listen now: Integrating Data for Oracle and Autonomous Data Warehouse & Moving Data into the Cloud

· New Video: Oracle Data Integration Oracle Data Integration helps migrate and extract value from data by bringing together capabilities of a complete data integration, data quality, and data governance solution into a single, unified, cloud-based platform Watch and share.

· Oracle Integration Events Exceed Capacity: Oracle Integration events have been a resounding success with oversubscribed seats and overflowing attendance. We had added more locations as a result. Encourage your customers to register for upcoming Integration Days in Santa Clara, Columbus, Philadelphia, Houston, Seattle, and Minneapolis See dates and venues here.

· New Features in Oracle Developer Cloud

· Work with Integrations in Processes: Explore all the steps involved in building a REST integration—from creating and configuring to activating and testing it on the server. You’ll also learn how to employ an existing OIC integration within your process

· Changing Views on Integration: From Enterprise Service Bus to API Gateway, Serverless, and iPaaS

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