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Introducing the Box Adapter in Oracle Integration by Yogesh Sontakke, and Tuck Chang

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As many of you might know already, at Oracle Open World (OOW) 2019 a few months ago, we announced our partnership with Box to empower our customers to connect their cloud and on-premises Oracle and third-party applications with Box via Oracle Integration (OIC). Read the announcement from OOW here.

Box offers enterprises content management as a cloud service, enabling organizations to share files, collaborate between team members, and manage the lifecycle of content securely. As a cloud service, Box can scale as its customers needs grow in size and depth of complexity including attaching custom metadata to content and watermarking content for review.

Today, we are pleased to present the availability of the Box Adapter (in preview mode), which offers bound inbound and outbound integration with Box on the Oracle Integration platform. Integration designers can now use this adapter in conjunction with the vast array of other adapters that provide connectivity to various different technologies, cloud services, and on-premise applications. Read the complete article here.

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