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ODICS is here!!!

Posted in New Features, ODI, ODI Architecture, ODICS with tags , , on February 13, 2017 by radk00

Hi all, quick but interesting post today! Oracle has just announced its Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service (ODICS)! You may read about it here and here. We do not have much information about it yet (if it is a complete ODI solution, how it works, if it is similar to what we did in our ODI Cloud article), but we are hoping to get those answers in “Oracle Data Integration PM Webcast – Introducing Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service (ODICS)” that will happen on Thursday, February 16, 2017 | 11:00 am Eastern Standard Time (GMT-05:00). We encourage all of you to join the webcast and have a first look on what ODICS looks like.

——- EDIT on Feb 23 ——-

Hi all, we’ve watched the ODICS webinar and in the end we were right: ODICS is very similar to what we did on our ODI Cloud article. The only difference is that ODICS is installed directly in JCS instead of a DBCS machine as we did in the article.

In resume, ODICS is nothing more, nothing less than the current ODI 12c installed in a JCS machine that is maintained by Oracle. There is only one restriction (that may not be a big issue for some projects), that the ODI agent needs to be running in the cloud, so you may not deploy it on premise. You may watch Oracle’s ODICS webinar here. You may also know more about ODICS at Christophe blog post.

 

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That’s it folks, exciting times are ahead of us!

OTN Article: Building a 100% Cloud Solution with Oracle Data Integrator

Posted in ACE, ArchBeat, BICS, DBCS, DEVEPM, EPM, EPM Automate, InfraStructure, ODI, ODI 11g, ODI Architecture, Oracle, Oracle Database, OS Command, OTN, PBCS, Tips and Tricks with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2017 by RZGiampaoli

Hi guys how are you? Today I want to share our new OTN article Building a 100% Cloud Solution with Oracle Data Integrator.
The article will cover how to integrate BICS, PBCS, DBCS and ODI and will explain step by step how to create a 100% cloud solution using ODI (everything on the cloud including ODI :)).

This is a perfect article for companies that are thinking to go cloud and have some doubts or even are thinking how you can integrate/use your actual infrastructure with the cloud services.

I hope you guys enjoy and see you soon.