Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Workflow service is a serverless workflow engine with a graphical flow designer for developers and architects. It accelerates the creation and execution the orchestration of OCI services, such as OCI Functions, AI/ML, to perform enterprise logic, IT tasks, and data jobs.
A visual designer provides intuitive access to building, testing, and monitoring workflows. A workflow can be viewed as a series of steps in a flowchart that can be quickly created by dragging and dropping steps using the in-console visual designer.
The visual designer includes flow controls to address the handling of error conditions. Controls include the ability to timeout services calls, retry, and terminate flows if necessary.
OCI Workflow offers built-in capabilities, such as scheduled triggers, auto versioning, data filtering, workflow state, and execution history. Users can focus on the logic steps needed, rather than coding for low-level technicalities.
Any OCI service can be triggered by scheduler or events. Performing activities such as scheduled report requests from SaaS applications, performing IT housekeeping tasks, and synchronizing applications from transactional triggers in one application and updating another.