Guidelines when moving Integration Workloads from SOA to Oracle Integration by Shreenidhi Raghuram
Blog: PaaS Community
The aim of this blog is to guide customers when they set out to migrate their integration solutions from SOA to Oracle Integration (OIC).
The focus in this blog is to help customers during the creation, configuration of Oracle Integration service instances, and also provide best practices for choosing the right OIC features and integration patterns when developing SOA equivalent integrations on Oracle Integration Cloud.
The existing SOA workloads could be running in customer data-centers, on-premise or on Oracle cloud. The blog aims to provide high level guidelines when moving integration workloads from SOA to Oracle Integration Cloud.
To start with the SOA Suite installations could be any of the below –
- SOA on-premise – Where SOA is installed and managed on-premise or within customer datacenter
- SOACS on OCI – these are SOACS installation running on customer OCI tenancy in one of the OCI regions worldwide
- SOACS Marketplace – This is the newer installations which run on OCI and are installed using the SOA images available in Oracle market place
- SOACS on OCI Classic – These are legacy SOACS installations running on OCI Classic datacenters. Read the complete article here.
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