This image shows an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure deployment that contains these Oracle SaaS services:
  • Oracle CRM
  • Oracle MICROS Point of Sale
  • Oracle ERP
along with third-party data services. Data from these services flows via both Oracle GoldenGate and Oracle Data Integration to the OCI data lakehouse. Within this lakehouse, data flows between an object storage data lake, an autonomous data warehouse, and AI services, this data managed by a data catalog. This data can be accessed by a host of end-users:
  • Store managers, who can access the lakehouse through OCI analytics services or by using Oracle Application Express (APEX)
  • Low code developers, through APEX
  • Data scientists, through OCI Data Science services
Consumers connected to other channels, such as:
  • Intelligent machines
  • eCommerce users
  • Physical stores
  • Mobile devices
access data in the lakehouse via an API gateway, through an AI digital assistant. This gateway also flows data from the lakehouse to these consumer channels via OCI Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE). The digital assistant then transmits data to suppliers through these Oracle Integration Cloud services:
  • Tech Adapters
  • Process Automation
  • Visual Builder
  • Insights/Monitoring
to Oracle Procurement, which provides this data to appropriate suppliers.