Oracle GoldenGate: Monitoring “Things” That Affect Replication Stability

Introduction There have been a lot of escalations to A-Team where Oracle GoldenGate outages could have been avoided if System and Database Administrators had been properly monitoring their environments. In this article we’re going to discuss various areas that should be monitored regularly to avoid degradations in performance and unscheduled outages. The concepts, scripts, and information […]

Best practices to model prospects, customers, suppliers, partners in an Oracle Fusion cloud implementation

Introduction Three major entities of every business/enterprise in most industries, are Customers, Suppliers and Products. In reality, customer, supplier and product data is required to be stored in all applications and each application might have different data model and data structure requirements. If customer data and product data are not consistently stored in all applications […]

Cloud Security: User Provisioning to Fusion Applications Cloud

Introduction The notion of a user is the most common reason for misunderstanding and confusion. When we mention a user, we often think of the person who is allowed to use an application. However, nearly every application has a different user structure implemented. The challenge is to find a common ground for these differing user […]

Hybrid DNS in OCI

It’s a common scenario to have DNS name resolution between FQDNs in OCI and your on-prem… or between multiple OCI VCNs.  How do we make this happen today?  By using a hybrid DNS solution, of course! What is a hybrid DNS solution?  It’s essentially a DNS overlay on top of the built-in OCI VCN DNS.  […]

Achieving DR in the cloud using Oracle Dyn

Recently a colleague of mine (Kumar) and myself were facing a scenario where we needed to provide a solution providing disaster recovery (DR) functionality between two OCI regions.  It is a fairly common requirement to support some sort of disaster recovery (DR) between different geographical locations.  It has been a common practice in traditional enterprise […]

Part 3: Automate Requests against Identity Cloud Service using Newman

Introduction In Part 1: Automate getting an Identity Cloud Service Access Token in Postman I covered using a Pre-request script to automate getting an Access Token from Identity Cloud Service in order to successfully be authorized to send REST API requests. Then in Part 2: Using Postman Runner with Identity Cloud Service I built on […]

Part 2: Using Postman Runner with Identity Cloud Service

Introduction In the last article, Part 1: Automate getting an Identity Cloud Service Access Token in Postman, I explained how using a Pre-request Script can automate getting an access token so when a request is sent to Identity Cloud Service it just works, a big time saver. In this article I am going build on […]

Part 1: Automate getting an Identity Cloud Service Access Token in Postman

Introduction If you have spent enough time working with web services you have probably heard of Postman. If not, then let me say it is a great tool to test REST APIs against Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) among other things. When using Postman with web services you quickly learn an OAuth2 Access Token is required […]

Online document signing using Oracle Integration Cloud and Adobe Sign

Introduction   Here is a typical process for document signing: The document is downloaded and sent via an email. The recipient then prints, signs, scans and emails the document back. The document is uploaded back to the system of records. This process is slow and tedious, but still works for a single recipient. What if […]

Part 4 of 4 – SSSD Authentication: Known Problems and Troubleshooting Tips

Introduction In Part 3 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Implementation Step-by-Step Guideline I covered all the necessary step-by-step details on deploying SSSD, but nothing ever seems to go perfect the first time does it.  This is why I have included a final Part 4 that covers known problems I came across, though there could […]

Part 3 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Implementation Step-by-Step Guideline

Introduction In Part 2 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: LDAP Identity Store Requirements all the aspects of the LDAP Identity Store requirements were covered. And before that in article Part 1 of 2 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Introduction and Architecture I covered an introduction and high-level architecture of SSSD, which will be very important […]

Part 2 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: LDAP Identity Store Requirements

Introduction In Part 1 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Introduction and Architecture I covered an introduction on SSSD and an architecture overview with details on the flow of how it all works.  In this part I am going to cover the LDAP Identity Store details required for SSSD.   LDAP Identity Store Schema Requirements […]

Part 1 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Introduction and Architecture

Introduction This article provides the details needed to solve a real use case used to allow a user to authenticate to an Oracle Public Cloud Linux server in SaaS using a single or multiple LDAP Identity store that could be Active Directory 2012R2 (AD) or better, Oracle Internet Directory (OID), Oracle Unified Directory (OUD), Oracle […]

The Ultimate Apache/OHS11g Tuning Guide for OAM11g WebGate

Introduction OK, maybe “Ultimate” could be stretching it, but it caught your eye so you can be the judge. This post is part of a larger series on Oracle Access Manager 11g called Oracle Access Manager Academy. An index to the entire series with links to each of the separate posts is available here. Though OAM11g is […]

Using Oracle Data Integrator with Big Data Cloud

Introduction   This article presents an overview of how to use Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) with Oracle Big Data Cloud (BDC). ODI offers out of the box integration with Big Data technologies such as Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark, Apache Hive, and Apache Pig, among others. ODI supports both distributions of Hadoop: Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP), and […]

FAQ: Integrating E-Business Suite using Integration Cloud Service

1. Is the connectivity agent necessary for the EBS Adapter even when my services are deployed inside DMZ and publically accessible. No. The connectivity agent is only required when EBS REST services are not available on public internet. 2. Can I connect to EBS database from ICS and invoke PL/SQL procedures? Yes, you can use […]

Using Business Events in E-Business Suite to send messages to other applications via ICS

Introduction In this article, I will discuss and demonstrate the use of Business Events in E-Business Suite (EBS) to integrate it with other applications using Integration Cloud Service (ICS). The Oracle Workflow Business Event System is an application service that leverages the Oracle Advanced Queuing (AQ) infrastructure to communicate business events between systems. This functionality is leverage […]

Eloqua ICS Integration

Introduction Oracle Eloqua, part of Oracle’s Marketing Cloud suite of products, is a cloud based B2B marketing platform that helps automate the lead generation and nurture process. It enables the marketer to plan and execute marketing campaigns while delivering a personalized customer experience to prospects. In this blog I will describe how to integrate Eloqua […]

Integrating Commerce Cloud using ICS and WebHooks

Introduction: Oracle Commerce Cloud is a SaaS application and is a part of the comprehensive CX suite of applications. It is the most extensible, cloud-based ecommerce platform offering retailers the flexibility and agility needed to get to market faster and deliver desired user experiences across any device. Oracle’s iPaaS solution is the most comprehensive cloud […]

Creating custom Fusion Applications User Interfaces using Oracle JET

Introduction JET is Oracle’s new mobile toolkit specifically written for developers to help them build client slide applications using JavaScript. Oracle Fusion Applications implementers are often given the requirement to create mobile, or desktop browser, based custom screens for Fusion Applications. There are many options available to the developer for example Oracle ADF (Java Based) and Oracle JET (JavaScript […]