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Managed Cloud Integration Service – Essential for the Hybrid Cloud Model

Dori Dimassimo
Director


Today, enterprises seek to do more than just save money with cloud
technology —they also crave agility. Companies are looking beyond the goal of
reducing capital expenses and operational expenses, and now seek to implement
technologies that enable usage metrics, self-service offerings and automated
provisioning without an accompanying surge in operational costs. Hybrid cloud
deployments, leveraging a mix of both public and private cloud platforms offer
this promise. But as enterprises try to create an integrated hybrid cloud
environment, they face significant technical challenges.

Integration problems are causing companies to abandon cloud applications and
are hurting their ability to innovate. Many times project deadlines are missed due to cloud integration
problems.

Oracle Managed Cloud Integration Service (MCIS) eliminates many of the
biggest barriers for enterprises that intend to adopt Oracle business
applications in the public cloud. By offering pre-built integration templates
and complete-lifecycle management for their cloud integration, Oracle MCIS can
eliminate hours of non-strategic work for in-house IT organizations while
dramatically increasing the reliability of their cloud integrations. Benefits
include:

  • Pre-built integrations for rapid
    deployment with predictable cost and time frames
  • On-going management - patching, monitoring, break-fix, enhancements
  • Business
    transaction monitoring capability across clouds improve availability for integrations
  • Faster issue resolution and higher
    availability
    for cloud integrations
  • Location and platform flexibility - @ Oracle, @ customer, dedicated SOA, SOA PaaS, ICS
    PaaS

For more information, read the Accelerating the Transition to Hybrid Cloud with Oracle Managed
Cloud Integration Service Whitepaper
and
visit www.oracle.com/cloud/managed-cloud

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