Oracle Integration

As an Administrator, I need to get a subscription to Oracle Integration, manage our users and cloud account, and create and manage our Oracle Integration instances.

Know Your Version: Administration tasks, such as the way you create users and instances, are different depending on which version of Oracle Integration you're using. Be sure to go to the sections and topics relevant for your version.

1. Administer Your Cloud Account

As the account administrator, you create and manage the Oracle Cloud accounts, the tenancy, and the users. Typically, you grant permissions to instance owners, who then create and manage the Oracle Integration instances.

2a. Administer Generation 2 of Oracle Integration or Oracle Integration for Oracle SaaS

As the instance administrator, you are responsible for creating instances of Oracle Integration, monitoring system usage, and managing system settings.

Follow these procedures if you're using Generation 2 of either Oracle Integration or Oracle Integration for Oracle SaaS.

2b. Administer Oracle Integration or Oracle Integration for Oracle SaaS

As the instance administrator, you are responsible for creating instances of Oracle Integration, monitoring system usage, and managing system settings.

Follow these procedures if you're using either Oracle Integration or Oracle Integration for Oracle SaaS.

Note: Oracle Integration for Oracle SaaS, a streamlined version of Oracle Integration with a focus on SaaS, can be provisioned only if your Oracle Cloud account was created before February 11, 2020.

2c. Administer Oracle Integration Classic

Classic is our user-managed version of Oracle Integration. This version is no longer available to new cloud accounts. Oracle recommends that Classic users migrate to Oracle Integration Generation 2 on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

3. Questions?

Use our Cloud Customer Connect forum and support portal as a place to pose questions, connect with experts, and share your thoughts and ideas about Oracle Integration.