Guest Author: Jayant Mahto - Senior Manager, Data Integration Product Management - Oracle
The recent release of Data Integration Platform Cloud (DIPC) provides an easy access to data integration tasks by hiding the complexity with an easy to use interface.
The home page layout has been created with this ease of use in mind. All the functions for data transformation, integration, replication and governance are accessible with easy navigation within a few clicks.
Let us look at the different regions in home page:
Now Let us look at these areas for more details.
Clicking on the Home icon on top left takes user to the home page layout at any time. The top blue bar is used for quickly accessing the Data Integration features.
The Summary panel gives you high level information for Agents, Connections and Tasks. This is very useful to the user to get a quick health check for the Data Integration environment. By clicking on the summary information, users can get further details on the right side. In the following example the connection list is shown on the right side.
By clicking on the details, user can jump to the corresponding page. In this example user clicks on one of the connections and jumps to the connections page. Note the left arrow next to the connection name. Clicking on it will take the user back to the previous page. Similar navigation to go back is available in other pages as well.
It provides alerts showing number of notifications. Clicking on the notification takes user to the notification page. Clicking on the notifications will take the user to the jobs detailed page for further investigation.
Notifications are based on the Job Policies rules. Refer to the section below for Policy creation.
In order to receive notifications, user needs to create policies with notification rules. Policies can be created from the top blue bar or left navigation bar in the Home page. The following information is needed for the policy:
Stay tuned for upcoming blogs on other exciting features introduced in DIPC. Meanwhile, check the product blogs to get more information: Data Integration Platform Cloud and Getting a Data Integration Platform Cloud (DIPC) Trial Instance.