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Oracle Introduces Cloud Adapter to Simplify Salesforce.com Integration

Bruce Tierney
Director of Oracle Cloud Integration

A game changer addition to Oracle…” is how Matt Wright, CTO
of Rubicon Red put itMatt Wright

If you have been asking yourself:

“Do I need another integration toolkit separate from my existing platform just for cloud integration?” or “Should I use the limited functionality integration tools within each cloud application I need to integrate?...Won’t that lead to a complex mess of disparate and overlapping integration?” 

If so, take a look at Oracle Cloud Adapters. This release significantly simplifies integration of Salesforce.com and lets companies more easily get a complete and unified view of customer and back-end data spanning cloud and on-premises applications using Oracle SOA Suite and the Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com. Check out this Oracle Media Network Video (screenshot on the right) of Matt Wright, Maulik Shah, Technical Lead for Brocade Communications, and Badhri Rajagopalan, Practice Director SOA Integration with Bluenog.

Salesforce.com Integration

To address the questions posed above, this release illustrates Oracle’s integration strategy. Instead of companies having to deploy a cloud integration platform focused on cloud applications and then having a separate integration platform for existing applications, Oracle SOA Suite provides a single solution for integrating applications regardless of deployment location (public cloud, private cloud, or on-premises). This approach is designed to simplify integration and lower total cost of ownership in contrast to managing multiple disparate integration platforms and/or app-embedded integration toolkits, most of which use proprietary languages.


Although Oracle SOA Suite customers have been showcasing their cloud integration success stories for years at Oracle OpenWorld, this release eliminates many of the manual steps, automates session management tasks, and significantly simplifies security. Oracle SOA Suite customers already familiar with Oracle Application Adapters will see that the Oracle Cloud Adapters use the same wizard-based approach to provide visibility into the Salesforce.com business objects directly from within Oracle SOA Suite to simplify integration.

Customers using Oracle Applications such as E-Business Suite, Oracle Fusion Applications, etc. already have simplified integration since Oracle SOA Suite components are integrated or embedded into these applications. Combined with the Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com, customers of both Oracle and Salesforce.com applications will have seamless integration spanning applications across the cloud and on-premises.

To learn more about simplifying integration, check out the Oracle white paper “Simplifying Cloud Integration

To download the Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com, go to Oracle Technical Network for Oracle Integration Adapters

and join us for the Webcast "Simplify Integration with Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce.com"

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Comments ( 4 )
  • Bruce Friday, January 31, 2014

    Yes, the adapter handles the connection from Salesforce to Oracle SOA Suite and the EBS adapter has the integration to EBS R12


  • zakaria ben-salem Sunday, March 2, 2014

    great tool for oracle users implementing salesforce


  • guest Thursday, August 6, 2015

    Free Webinar : Oracle E-Business Suite - Salesforce.com Integration via Oracle's API on Aug 26th, 2015 at 3PM EST.

    Visit:  http://blog.optiosys.com


  • guest Wednesday, February 8, 2017

    Hi

    I want to integrate with Salesforce using OSB 12c. Can anyone suggest how do we do that ?

    I have worked on integrating salforce with SOA 12c but i never did with OSB 12c.

    Thanks,

    Sailesh.


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