X

PaaS Partner Community

How to use the OCI Object Storage from the Oracle Integration Cloud by Daniel Martins Teixeira

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption

image

The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) offers a great set of services that can be very useful in combination with the Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) for a wide variety of use cases. Things like the Object Storage, Oracle Streaming Service, Functions etc, can easily be accessed from OIC. The OCI ecosystem has a rich set of API’s that can be used for that purpose - https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/en-us/iaas/api/#/

In this post I am going to show how to create a file in the Oracle Object Storage.

What is the Object Storage

“The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage service is an internet-scale, high-performance storage platform that offers reliable and cost-efficient data durability. The Object Storage service can store an unlimited amount of unstructured data of any content type, including analytic data and rich content, like images and videos.”

Traditional integration use cases rely heavily on File Servers and SFTP access as an harbour for files. Object Storage and similar services are picking up fast in replacing them. We see more and more customers leveraging the benefits of these services for the handling of all different types of content that need to be stored and moved.

How to Start

Before jumping to the Integration Cloud, we need to create an object storage bucket and we need API signing keys. Read the complete article here.

PaaS Partner Community

For regular information on Oracle PaaS become a member in the PaaS (Integration & Process) Partner Community please register here.

clip_image003 Blog clip_image005 Twitter clip_image004 LinkedIn image[7][2][2][2] Facebook clip_image002[8][4][2][2][2] Wiki

Technorati Tags: SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,OPN,Jürgen Kress

Be the first to comment

Comments ( 0 )
Please enter your name.Please provide a valid email address.Please enter a comment.CAPTCHA challenge response provided was incorrect. Please try again.