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What's New for Oracle SOA Cloud Service

Release 19.2.1

E72302-40

March 2019

What’s New in Oracle SOA Cloud Service

Learn about the new and changed features of Oracle SOA Cloud Service.

Note:

You can find a list of new features in the constituent Oracle SOA Suite products in the “What’s New in This Guide” chapter of each product’s guide.

March — Release 19.2.1

Field Description
Private subnet support for Oracle SOA Cloud Service instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure You can create an Oracle SOA Cloud Service instance attached to a private subnet on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. See Create an Oracle SOA Cloud Service Instance Attached to a Private Subnet on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

February — Release 19.1.5

Field Description

Bug fixes

This release of Oracle SOA Cloud Service includes bug fixes.

January 2019 — Release 19.1.3

Field Description

Update storage credentials

You can now update the storage container for backups from the instance administration page. See Update Backup and Recovery Credentials of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1.2.0 being phased out

You are recommended to use newer versions of Oracle SOA Suite as Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1.2.0 is being phased out soon. See Specify Basic Service Information - Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Specify Basic Service Information - Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Bug fixes

This release of Oracle SOA Cloud Service includes bug fixes.

December 2018 — Release 18.4.5

Feature Description

Bare Metal database support for Oracle SOA Cloud Service instances on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in the Provisioning Wizard

You can now select the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Bare Metal database when provisioning an instance by using the Oracle SOA Cloud Service provisioning wizard. See Database Configuration of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Bug fixes

This release of Oracle SOA Cloud Service includes bug fixes.

November 2018 — Release 18.4.3

Feature Description

Switch from non-BYOL to BYOL and vice-versa

You can now switch between Bring Your Own License (BYOL) billing and non- BYOL billing. See Change the License Type for an Oracle SOA Cloud Service Instance of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1.3 support for quick start instances

Quick start instances can be created using Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1.3. See Quickly Try Out an Instance of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Bare Metal database support for Oracle SOA Cloud Service instances on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

You can create a Bare Metal database in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and use it when provisioning an Oracle SOA Cloud Service instance. See Provision an Oracle SOA Cloud Service Instance to Use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Native Database of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Bug fixes

This release of Oracle SOA Cloud Service includes bug fixes.

September 2018 — Release 18.3.5

Feature Description

Database service validation

You can choose to validate the database service when scaling up your Oracle SOA Cloud Service instance. See Scale an Oracle SOA Cloud Service Node of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

August 2018 — Release 18.3.3

Feature Description

Stack templates support

You can create Oracle SOA Cloud quick start instances using stack templates. See Create an Oracle SOA Cloud Service Instance with Stack Manager of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Managed File Transfer 12.2.1.3 support

Oracle SOA Cloud Service can be provisioned to use Managed File Transfer 12.2.1.3.

Bug fixes

This release of Oracle SOA Cloud Service includes bug fixes.

July 2018 — Release 18.3.1

Feature Description

Oracle Database Cloud Service data volume requirements

Oracle SOA Cloud Service database requirements have changed with this release. See Database Configuration of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

June 2018 — Release 18.2.5

Feature Description

Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1.3 Support

Oracle SOA Cloud Service can be provisioned to use Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1.3 for the SOA + OSB + B2B topology. See About the Components of Oracle SOA Cloud Service of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Database password reset

You can reset the database password in the Oracle SOA Suite My Services Console. See Change the Database Schema Password of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

May 2018 — Release 18.2.3

Feature Description

Oracle SOA Cloud Service Quick Start

You can quickly provision Oracle SOA Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service with a single click.

See Quickly Try Out an Instance of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

April 2018 — Release 18.2.1

Feature Description

Bug fixes

This release of Oracle SOA Cloud Service consists of bug fixes.

March 2018 — Release 18.1.5

Feature Description

Oracle JDeveloper deployment

You can deploy SOA composite applications and Oracle Service Bus applications from Oracle JDeveloper.

See Deploy SOA Composites and Oracle Service Bus Applications from Oracle JDeveloper to Oracle SOA Cloud Service.

Oracle SOA Cloud Service automatic service migration

You can configure automatic service migration for a 12.2.1.2 Oracle SOA Cloud Service cluster.

See SOA Cloud Service Automatic Service Migration.

Bug fixes

This release of Oracle SOA Cloud Service includes bug fixes.

February 2018 — Release 18.1.3

Feature Description

B2B Adapter for EDI support in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

The B2B Adapter for EDI is supported in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure environments.

See About SOA Cloud Service Instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

January 2018 — Release 18.1.1

Feature Description

Support for provisioning on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

You can provision Oracle SOA Cloud Service on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure combines the elasticity and utility of public cloud with the granular control, security, and predictability of on-premises infrastructure to deliver high-performance, high availability, and cost-effective infrastructure services.

See About SOA Cloud Service Instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

Support for IP reservations

Oracle SOA Cloud Service supports IP reservations. You can reserve IP addresses for the VMs in your service instance during provisioning.

See Create and Manage IP Reservations and Explore the Oracle SOA Cloud Service IP Reservations Page of Administering Oracle SOA Cloud Service in a Customer-Managed Environment.

November 2017 — Release 17.4.3

Feature Description

Support for the EDI Adapter is now available for the “SOA with SB & B2B” service type.

The EDI Adapter provides a comprehensive platform for the implementation and management of business processes utilizing EDI and its related standards. The adapter can be enabled during provisioning for use with the “SOA with SB & B2B” service type on 12.2.1.2 and the “SOA & B2B Cluster” service type on 12.1.3.

The B2B adapter for EDI is only available for use with the Universal Credits billing model and is billed as an additionally metered amount on the Oracle SOA Cloud Service OCPUs at the instance level during provisioning or scaling.  You cannot add the B2B Adapter for EDI to existing instances, nor can you remove it from an instance that it is assigned to.  The adapter can only be set during the initial provisioning process and can only be removed by deleting the instance.  Billing can be paused by stopping the instance, since Universal Credits model is billed by the hour. See How Billing Works.


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