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Oracle - Integration Cloud Service


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Oracle Integration Cloud is finalizing its work of a UiPath specific adapter that allows Oracle Integration Cloud service subscribers to connect to a UiPath Orchestrator

Oracle Integration Cloud allows dispatching UiPath RPA Processes via UiPath’s public REST API. Oracle offers bi-directional communication between Oracle Integration Cloud and UiPath RPA solution. When Oracle Integration Cloud consumes developed and deployed UiPath RPA processes, Oracle Integration Cloud can use UiPath’s public REST APIs to orchestrate the dispatching of RPA Processes via a UiPath Robot in an unattended manner. Oracle Integration Cloud is also finalizing its work of a UiPath adapter that encapsulates all the logic and internal technical details to natively discover, configure and dispatch the execution of RPA robots in an unattended manner.

UiPath can also take advantage of the Integration and Process Automation capabilities in Oracle Integration Cloud, as when there are issues during the execution of RPA processes by the robots, often times, an escalation to a human is needed in exception based conditions. Oracle Integration Cloud offers human workflow capabilities that can help streamline these situations where people is needed. Oracle Integration Cloud offers public REST APIs to easily enable this connectivity.

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Oracle Integration Cloud helps customers streamline business processes via integration and workflow capabilities connected together via orchestration capabilities. With automation as the ultimate goal, there will always be opportunities to convert non value added repeatable user tasks to be executed by Robots. Similarly, it is possible to use RPA capabiliites to help transact with application via its User Interface when there is no headless integration option (APIs or Adapters)

UiPath RPA customers can also leverage Oracle Integration Cloud capabilities to help orchestrate human centric workflows or business processes. One such scenario is exception handling when errors take place during the execution of RPA Processes. These exception processes can be streamlined to involve the right people and shorten the time to resolution.

Autonomous Oracle Integration Cloud does not have any dependencies with other services.

Oracle Integration Cloud interfaces with UiPath Orchestrator via its public REST APIs.

Use Case #1: Replace “Repetitive Low Value Added Human Activities” in a larger end to end business process with a Robot. In this use case, we can free the human resource for other more value added activities and we can have a robot that follows the same set of actions in every execution. Furthermore, it will use the input data consistently and avoid human typing errors.

Use Case #2: Leverage “Robots” as another integration technique in larger end to end orchestrations or business processes. When Oracle Integration Cloud does not have an Adapter to transact against a backend system or when the target application being integrated does not offer APIs or it has been customized so that the extensions are only available via the application user interface, an RPA process can be created to proxy the transaction against the target system. Using RPA as a digital asset to integration, orchestrations or business processes can streamline the end to end value chain and optimize and automate the end business process.

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Published: 24 September 2018

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