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Quick Tip: What's the difference between Oracle ICS, OIC, and AIC?

[fa icon="calendar"] July 5, 2018 / by Highstreet

Oracle has an array of PaaS (Platform as a Service) offerings for simplifying Cloud Integration. Learn the three main products and their differences.

Integration Cloud Service (ICS)

Simplify how you build integrations in the cloud. This product lets you connect securely to applications and services both in the cloud and on premises. The infrastructure (cloud management, patching, backup, and restore) is managed by Oracle.

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) 

Managed by the customer, this product encapsulates the PaaS components listed below:

Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud (AIC) 

With infrastructure managed by oracle, this product eliminates barriers between business applications through a combination of machine learning, embedded best-practice guidance, pre-built integration, and process automation. Autonomous Integration Cloud leverages Oracle application expertise to build an extensive library of adapters to Oracle and 3rd party SaaS and on-premises applications to enable you to deliver new business services faster.

With all of these options, you have the flexibility to choose the one that's right for your organization.

 

Topics: Quick Tip, Oracle Cloud

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