Leveraging Oracle Integration File Server For File Based Integrations by Kundan Vyas
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While most enterprises want to leverage modern API-based integration technologies to automate their business processes , they are also in need of a File-based integration to enable exchange of data through files. Such enterprises often require a secure file storage solution to exchange files with their trading partners, vendors and suppliers. It is very common for these enterprises to use such a file storage solution with File-based integration to schedule and automate the process of reading and transforming files before exchanging them with multiple systems.
There are multiple use cases where enterprises rely on File-based integration. Learn more about the use cases and File-based integration patterns supported by Oracle Integration in this blog from Michael Meiner.
Introducing File Server In Oracle Integration (OIC)
Oracle is introducing a new functionality called File Server which comes embedded within Oracle Integration (OIC) and offers significant advantages to enterprises which are in need of building and rolling out File based integrations. While customers can provision an SFTP server on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) compute resource today, they will now have an option to leverage an Oracle managed SFTP server that is tightly coupled with OIC. Read the complete article here.
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