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OIC Activity Stream to OCI Log analytics by Shreenidhi Raghuram

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We know that Oracle Integration Activity stream logs can be downloaded from OIC using the Monitoring console. Here is the reference link – Monitoring OIC
A commonly implemented solution by customers is to automate the download of activity stream logs periodically using monitoring REST API and store them in repositories like FTP servers or Object storage for offline analysis and diagnosis.

However the Activity stream download  is governed by size of the activity stream log file. Refer – activity stream logs retention.
Due to this size limitation, customers could have an issue with the ability to reliably download activity stream logs for a definite period of time, say last 1 hour. For instance, during periods of heavy activity on the OIC instance the log file may only cover a portion of the period due to the size limitation.


Good news ! This requirement has now been addressed as part of the August 2021 release of Oracle Integration.
OIC now allows activity streams to be sent to OCI Logging service. OCI Logging service provides persistence as well as real time analysis on the OIC activity stream messages. Read the complete article here.

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