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Exciting Integration Analytics Session at OOW17

Customers are quickly beginning to see the value of a comprehensive cloud-based solution to their integration needs, and Oracle's Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) is gaining the attention of both customers and experts alike.  One key differentiator for Oracle is the bundled ability to track business-level analytics on integrations created in Oracle's Cloud platform. 

At session CON7015 - How Integration Analytics Enables Insight On-Premises and in the Cloud, on Monday at 12.15 pm, a team of product managers, partners, and customers will give a preview of Oracle's new Integration Analytics features and discuss how they can be applied to give you detailed insight into how your business processes are performing.

Oracle Integration Analytics allows customers to track key business metrics using a simple workflow.

  1. Define a business analytics model.  Using simple browser-based tooling, analysts identify and describe business milestones and metrics that are important to the business. 
  2. Map the model to integration artifacts.  Architects can map business milestones and metrics from the analytivcs model to iPaaS artifacts such as orchestration flows in Oracle SOA Cloud Service (SOACS) or Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS).  Mapping is done easily using browser based tooling, requiring no code changes or redeployments!
  3. Create Dashboards to Track Key Business Metrics.  Once the analytics model has been defined, mapped to implementation, and activated, business stakeholders can track business progress using pre-configured dashboards.  It's also easy to define custom dashboards using the metrics from the analytics model. 

Highlighted in the session will be new features in Integration Analytics, including close alignment with the Integration Cloud Service.  See how drag and drop simplicity makes it a snap for ICS developers to map orchestration actions to milestones in the analytics model.  There will also be a real-life customer use case that outlines benefits seen by an early adopter. 

We hope to see you there!



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