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Five key Oracle Integration lessons from handling billions of messages monthly by Amit Saxena

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imageAutomating end-to-end enterprise business processes involves connecting multiple software-as-a-service (SaaS), on-premises, and custom applications.

One of the most innovative things you can do with your enterprise applications is to integrate them into end-to-end business processes, such as recruit-to-retire, requisition-to-receipt, and lead-to-invoice. When automating processes across multiple event-based services and data sources, you want the ability to adjust and evolve those interactions on the fly.

Many, varied integration patterns pose a complex challenge to traditional integration strategies. To keep pace, our customers need to enable self-service, capitalize on existing APIs, and implement a hybrid integration platform. Watch Oracle Integration Architecture Principles to see for yourself how we can help your connected business strategy support modern integration and automation best practices.

Modernize end-to-end business processes with low-code, polyglot development for Oracle Digital Assistant and BlockChain across SaaS and on-premises applications. Read the complete article here.

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