Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Administering Oracle Integration Cloud Service

The Oracle Integration Cloud Service provide a rich dashboard with the information and tools to monitor and manage our integration in the runtime environment.

Monitoring Integration

Oracle ICS provide us the broad level  picture of how integrations are working/performing. Dashboard provides various views to check running integrations.
  • Viewing Dashboard
  • Viewing System Health
  • Viewing Design Time Metrics
  • Monitoring Integrations
  • Monitoring Agents
  • Track Instances
Viewing Dashboard: Dashboard provides us the information about how integrations are performing. The main page of the integration shows a snapshot of a state of all running integrations.
  • Login into ICS and click Dashboard from home page
Oracle ICS monitoring
  • Below screen shows the overall picture of all integrations that are running
Oracle ICS monitoring
    1. Success Rate: Shows the success ratio of running integration.
    2. Total Message: Shows the total no of messages received of integrations that are activated.
    3. Success: Shows the total no of successful messages.
    4. Failures: Shows the total no of fail messages.
    5. Connections: Shows how many connections are currently in use in the integrations.
    6. Integrations: Shows how many integrations are activated out of developed integrations.
    7. Scheduled Integrations: Shows how many integrations are scheduled integrations.
    8. This section allows us to download the logs.
Viewing System Health: This allows us to view information about the system health of Oracle Integration Cloud Service components. To view System Health click on the drop down from left corner and click on System Health
Oracle ICS monitoring
Viewing Design Time Metrics: This allows us to view the design-time metrics of Oracle Integration Cloud Service, including details about packages, integrations, connections, lookups, and agents.
Oracle ICS monitoring
  1. Integrations: This sections shows the total no of Integrations we have so far with some extra information(Draft, Configured, Active, Failed)
  2. Connections: This sections shows the total no of Connections we have so far with some extra information(Draft, Configured, In-Use)
  3. Lookups: This sections shows the total no of Lookup we have so far with some extra information(In-Use)
  4. Packages: This sections shows the total no of Packages we have so far with some extra information(Developed, Prebuilt)
  5. Agents: This sections shows the total no of Agents we have configures so far.
  6. Adapters: Shows the total no of adapters available out of the box
Monitoring Integrations: On the ICS dashboard, we can see how Integrations are processing messages. For example: How many messages have been received and processed , how many successful and errors have occurred.
Oracle ICS monitoring
Monitoring Agents: Monitor the agent groups and their associated on-premises agents in Oracle Integration Cloud Service.
Oracle ICS monitoring

Track Instances: Oracle ICS allows us to track instances of the integrations. 

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