Posts Tagged ‘web services’

Best Practices for Extracting Data from BICS Using Data Sync

The need exists for the ability to read and extract data from BICS, especially when the ETL strategy involves a Staging approach, as written about in Best Practice to ETL with Data Sync (BICS). But Data Sync does not support the direct data read from BICS. The built-in Oracle (BICS) connection in Data Sync only supports a data write to BICS. […]

3 Ways to Integrate Oracle ERP Cloud (OTBI) with DataSync (BICS)

Here are the blogs that I have posted previously as part of my blog series on Oracle DataSync (BICS). Best Practice to ETL with Data Sync (BICS) In this blog, I am going to talk about three different ways to integrate Oracle ERP Cloud data with Data Sync (BICS) through OTBI.         […]

Integrated Cloud – The Buzz Word at Oracle OpenWorld 2016

Integrated Cloud is the new buzz word at Oracle Open World 2016.  Integrated Cloud was all you heard on the streets.  The beauty of the suite of products Oracle has available in the Cloud in many cases integration is not needed.  The Cloud (or sometimes referred to as Fusion) architecture share the same database.  It […]

Are Portals Really Dead?

Are Portals Really Dead?

So lately I’ve been seeing a new class of web site that leans more towards custom development than a horizontal portal.   The factors influencing  a custom development approach mainly fall into the proliferation of Web/RESTful services and better front end tooling in AngularJS, Bootstrap, and similar items.  Both Forrester and Gartner have labeled horizontal […]

Amazon Web Services Infrastructure

Amazon Web Services, which Amazon began offering in 2006, is a service provided to many important products that people use every day. NASA, Netflix, reddit, Foursquare, Dropbox and Pinterest all use Amazon Web Services to power their service offerings and to be billed dynamically based on usage. WIRED had a great write-up about the service […]

Portal Integration with Peoplesoft

Integrating to any large system can pose a number of challenges.  Over time, we’ve had to integrate to SAP, Siebel, Peoplesoft, and a variety of other systems.  One thing we’ve learned is that it’s always possible but also brings with it a number of challenges.  Today I wanted to focus on integration to Peoplesoft.   Part […]