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Oracle Service Bus transforms complex and brittle architectures into agile integration networks by connecting, virtualizing, and managing interactions between services and applications. Oracle Service Bus delivers low-cost, standards-based integration for mission critical SOA environments where extreme performance, scalability and reliability are critical requirements.
Oracle Service Bus enables companies to unlock the value of their enterprise applications portfolio. From on-premise, to the cloud to mobile devices and to the future, Oracle Service Bus allows companies to leverage their existing investments in whole new ways.
Oracle Service Bus extends the performance and scalability leadership of Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle API Management.
Oracle announces the availability of the 16.3.3 release of the integration platform as a service (iPaaS) SOA Cloud Service (SOA CS) with a new service type for Integration Analytics, which includes Real-Time Integration Business Insight and a preview of Business Activity Monitoring (BAM).
Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight gives business owners the ability to monitor key metrics of their enterprise in real time using pre-configured dashboards. A differentiating feature of this product is its ability to extract these metrics even if backing data sources do not contain the raw data in a traditional store, such as a database.
Business users follow a simple three-step process to define, map, and monitor business metrics.
First, a model of the business is created using a simple browser-based designer. The model defines concepts important to the business, such as milestones, measures, and dimensions.
Second, the model is mapped by an architect to application services and components so that business-level metrics can be extracted during normal business activity. Architects can select services and components for mapping using simple visualizations of application structure in their browser.
Finally, the model is activated and the collection of metrics begins immediately. Stakeholders can start tracking metrics using pre-configured dashboards, tables, and reports. Customized dashboards and reports can also be created that let business owners prioritize metrics that are most important to their success.
Customers are demanding more direct control and customization for end-users of business applications and Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight offers the flexibility that business users are looking for.
Learn More: For more information on Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight, including overview videos, tutorials, downloads, and more, visit the Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight OTN page.
This new release includes bug fixes as well as new features including:
1. New Cloud Adapters for Oracle and 3rd-party applications
2. Operational Enhancements
3. BAM and Real-Time Integration Business Insight Enhancements
4. Major expansion of MFT functionality