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Connecting Oracle Management Cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c by Job Oprel

Let’s clear about this: Oracle Management Cloud (OMC) is NOT a replacement of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control (OEM CC) or even an equivalant. Rumours are that this will  be Oracle’s policy in a far away future, but in the meantime we focus on what they do best. 294 more words

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SOA and Integration On-Prem and in the Cloud Video with Vikas Anand

Vikas Anand (Senior Director, Product Management, SOA Suite/Integration Cloud Service, Oracle) and Ram Menon (Product Manager, Oracle Integration Cloud Service) join OTN TechCast host Bob Rhubart for a discussion about meeting SOA and integration challenges on-prem and in the cloud. 70 more words

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When to Use Oracle SOA Cloud Service by Bob Rhubart

Decisions, decisions. Can’t figure out whether to go with Oracle SOA Cloud Service or Integration Cloud Service? No worries! Oracle ACE Robert van Mölken helps you sort it out in this informative 2 Minute Tech Tip. 125 more words

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Integrate & extend SaaS - free hands-on Oracle Partner training Paris September 4th & 5th 2017

Free hands-on trainings – integrate & extend SaaS

You are working on Oracle SaaS implementations like CX, HCM or ERP Cloud and want to integrate and extend them? 255 more words

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Additional new content SOA & BPM Partner Community

· Manipulating a REST Service Header Using OSB 12.2.1 This article by Oracle ACE Associate Sandra Flores explains how to expose a proxy REST service in Oracle Service Bus 12.2.1 (OSB) from one SOAP type, created from WSDL and XSD files. 235 more words

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Zero to WebLogic in 5 Minutes! By Craig Barr

Did you know that you can integrate the Oracle Container Registry and Container Cloud to rapidly deliver a WebLogic environment?

In this post, I will show you how it is done in 3 easy steps. 240 more words

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Employee Enablement with Oracle PaaS for SaaS – Human Resources by Mitchell Palski

The employee experience of your organization is more transparent than ever. If Public Sector agencies are expected to compete with Commercial employers, they have to make strong first impressions on their new-hires. 312 more words

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