Illustrates the architecture of an integration between Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud Service and Oracle PaaS, in which REST or SOAP API calls are made from the SaaS application to a PaaS application secured by Oracle Identity Cloud Service.
The illustration shows an Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud Service instance on the left, and an Oracle Cloud PaaS Account on the right, each containing multiple components. They are linked by a dotted line labeled Federation, with both sides labeled as SP or IDP, meaning that either component can be configured as the identity provider (IDP) or service provider (SP).
Within the Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud Service, there is an Internal Identity Management component and an icon representing any Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud Service SaaS application, such as Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud.
Within the Oracle Cloud PaaS account is a box labeled Oracle Identity Cloud Service, and a box labeled Oracle PaaS Services. The Oracle PaaS Services box contains several icons for various Oracle PaaS services, such as Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Visual Builder. Within the Oracle Identity Cloud Service box is a subcomponent labeled Fusion Applications App.
An arrow labeled REST or SOAP Web Service Calls using Oracle Identity Cloud Service OAuth runs from the application component in the Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud Service, through the Oracle Identity Cloud Service instance, into the Oracle PaaS Services box.
A dotted line arrow labeled Web Service response from the Oracle PaaS services, through the Oracle Identity Cloud Service instance, and into the Internal Identity Management component of Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud Service.