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Some Ideas for OIC Fleet Management by Niall Commiskey

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imageAs you can see, the above graphic is WIP. I am getting some ideas together on this and seeing how the OIC Monitoring APIs can help me out here. Use case is I have a fleet of OIC instances and need some intel on them.

Connections

Here I want a list of my configured connections and their status – I will write the salient data to a file.

I test these in Postman to get the response JSON for use in defining the OIC Invokes. I orchestrate the calls via an OIC integration – creating a REST connection to my OIC instance. Read the complete article here.

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