Hi JJ,MY current client has a hybrid solution where we are using Oracle EBS 12.1.3 for operations in US and Canada and Oracle Cloud for operations in the rest of the world.They are using Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) for various transaction processing integrations between Oracle EBS and Oracle Cloud such as PO's in Oracle Cloud creating sales orders in Oracle EBS and intercompany AP and AR invoices in Oracle EBS creating the corresponding intercompany AR and intercompany AP invoices in Oracle Cloud.
I am not aware of any major issues or pitfalls with OIC and the integrations and processes have been performing as expected to date.Thanks, RasikRasik Mistry
Apologies for the delay in responding to you message. Our organization, Celantra Systems, is very actively investigating the various integration platforms and tools for long-term on-going hybrid models. Oracle's Integration Cloud provides good functionality for "moving" the data from different systems. However, the functional side of the integration, especially flexibility tools for mapping of data structures, currently is not easily available. We checked also the available migration tools for moving from R12 to the Cloud. The challenges with most tools are:
We would like to review your requirements and our findings, and also review with you one of the only tools we found that seems to allow the needed flexibility while also providing a solid data structure and audit proof data tracking. Anyway – please let me know if you are interested in further discussion. Thank you
Hans Kolbe, Celantra Systems 415-730-1131 mobile
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