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Oracle Integration at GitHub by Gary Hostt

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This guide acts as a repository for getting started with Oracle Integration and where to find relevant resources.

Oracle Integration, OIC, is a fully managed service offered by Oracle, ranked as a leader in application integration by Gartner. OIC offers application integration, typically triggered by an enterprise’s business events. We have many successful customers that have digitally transformed their businesses.

OIC substantially differs from Oracle’s ODI, EDQ, and GoldenGate offerings. The latter 3 offer data integration – moving larger quantities of data, typically to a data warehouse, for analysis. OIC can eliminate the pain points caused by point-to-point integrations. If this is your first time hearing about OIC, check out the OIC Product homepage.

If you do not have an OIC environment, you can start with this tutorial. You can follow these instructions so spin up an instance. Once you have OIC spun up, start with these beginner tutorials. Visit GitHub here.

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