Measure an Integration's Performance
Expect to measure an integration's performance often, including while designing the integration, before promoting the integration to production, and periodically after the integration is in production.
Perform any or all of the following tasks to measure an integration's performance. If you're troubleshooting, these steps help you determine the activities that are taking the most time and analyze how many integration instances have run for longer than expected. This information can help you determine your next steps.
What Do You Want to Do?
Determine an Integration's Typical Processing Times
You should know your integrations' typical running times so that you can more easily identify the integration instances that took longer than expected to run.
You have two options for checking processing times: review numerical times on the Instances page, or review graphical information on the Integrations page.
How Oracle Integration Calculates Duration
Oracle Integration calculates an integration instance's duration in the following ways:
 Schedule integrations: Time that passes from start to finish.
 Failed integrations: Time for all activities, including sending requests and rerunning the integration.
 All other integrations: Time that passes between the triggering event and the flow finishing.
Option 1: Review Graphical Information
 In the navigation pane, click Observability, then Integrations.

Hover over the row of an integration, and select View processing time statistics .
The Processing time panel opens. The panel shows the processing time for all integration instances for the integration.

If needed, update the time filters at the top of the panel.

Above the chart, select the following values to hide the lines for the values:
 Minimum
 Maximum
 Standard deviation
Only the Average value remains.
 Review the average processing times for the integration over time.
Option 2: Review Numerical Times
Determine an Integration's Performance on a Given Day
You can quickly measure an integration's performance for a given day.
Determine Whether an Integration's Performance Is Consistent Over Time
You typically verify that an integration meets your organization's performance requirements before promoting the integration to production and then periodically after the integration is in production.