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Create Free Trial OIC Instance for one Month | Oracle Integration Cloud by Kabir Yadav

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To Create Free Trial OIC Instance you must have Oracle Cloud Free Tier Account. If you don’t have already and want to see the signup steps for it, Please access my previous blog (Click here). You won’t be charged unless you select to upgrade the account.After one month your free instance will automatically get closed.

STEP 1 : Sign in to your Oracle Cloud Free Tier Account.

STEP 2 : Search Integration & then Select Application Integration.

STEP 3 : Select the (root) Compartment and then click Create

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