Part I Introduction

Oracle Content Management (OCM) is a cloud-based content hub to drive omni-channel content management and accelerate experience delivery. It offers powerful collaboration, workflow management, and development capabilities to streamline the creation and delivery of content and improve customer and employee engagement.

As an Oracle Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Oracle Content Management works seamlessly with other Oracle Cloud services and applications. The integration features are key components in several Oracle offerings and make it easy for you to leverage the service in your own applications.

Guided tour

These are some prerequisites if you want to integrate and extend Oracle Content Management:
  • An active Oracle Cloud account with an OCM instance. See Deploy OCM in a Region with Identity Domains.


    Oracle is merging the capabilities of Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) into the native Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Identity and Access Management (OCI IAM) service. All IDCS features and functionality will continue to exist as part of OCI IAM. If your region hasn't been updated, follow the steps in Deploy OCM in a Region without Identity Domains.
  • You need to be assigned with the right access role for integrations. See Typical Organization Roles.


    To access integration features, you need to be assigned with the right role. There are different types of roles in Oracle Content Management. Understanding how roles work is essential for accessing integration features.
  • Integrations generally require configurations in both applications that are being integrated. So check the documentation on both sides. In addition to the requirements on the OCM side, you need a subscription for the product that you intend to integrate with OCM.

Explore this part further to get started with integrating and extending with Oracle Content Management.