Oracle Cloud Integration

Simplify cloud integration with a unified and comprehensive solution to integrate disparate cloud and on-premise applications. Oracle cloud integration leverages Oracle Cloud services as well as components from Oracle’s SOA, BPM, and data integration technologies.
  • Comprehensive and unified set of components seamlessly integrates on-premise and cloud applications and services.
  • Proven integration technologies deployed by thousands of leading organizations ensures high reliability, real-time performance, and trusted integration
  • Easy-to-use native cloud adapters such as the Oracle Cloud Adapter for eliminate complexity and create a seamless enterprise, connecting public, private, and on-premise applications.


  • Leverages existing investments in Oracle database, middleware, applications and hardware systems, while working with third-party cloud applications
  • Enables faster time to market due to integrated transactions and processes
  • Reduces complexity through standards-based integration
  • Increases control through end-to-end cloud and on-premise visibility
  • Rapidly connects your salesforce and customer information with back-end applications leveraging the Oracle Cloud Adapter for
  • Ensure high availability and scalability of the digitized platform

Types of Integration

Cloud integration scenarios fall into a couple of familiar models. Application integration refers to interfaces that are event-driven, near real-time, and impact business operations. For example, if you are an online retailer selling products to customers, orders accepted through a customer-facing website must be routed to a back-end fulfillment system, which initiates processes related to order confirmation, inventory management, and shipping. The processes are relatively similar whether the front-end system is on premise or in the cloud: the CRM application sends information to the destination application, such as routing an order to a back end fulfillment system.

Data Integration

scenarios come into play when you are moving large volumes of data in batch mode, such as when your sales database is migrated to the cloud to populate a cloud-based contact management system. In these instances you must consider the volume and frequency of data integration – daily, nightly, weekly, etc. You might begin with a batch upload of historical data followed by periodic data updates each day, week, or month. If these integrations are done on-premise, security is less of an issue. If you are interfacing with a cloud app, the security requirements will undoubtedly be stricter.