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Oracle Integration Update for Technical Adapters by Prakash Masand

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Oracle Integration has rich capabilities for connecting with diverse technical end points may it be service / API based like SOAP and REST or messaging based like Kafka and JMS or database management system like ADW, ATP etc. OIC supports wide array of technical adapters enabling customers to connect, integrate and reap advantages of core digital technologies in their business processes. Oracle Integration continues to improve the technical adapters capabilities further empowering customers in their digital transformation journey.

In November 2020 update we are pleased to announce following updates to the technology adapters:

REST Adapter Improvements

Oracle Integration REST adapter is a versatile adapter helping customers to communicate with wide array of products & services like Oracle Functions, OCI Object storage, AWS S3 etc, proving to be a one of the cornerstone adapters for customers modern integration solutions. In the conquest of further empowering the customers, Oracle Integration has been further enhanced the REST adapter with following capabilities. Read the complete article here.

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