Oracle Integration billing depends on the Message Pack you provide while provisioning the Oracle Integration instance. The minimum Message Pack for Oracle Integration is one. The maximum number of Message Pack depends on the License Type you choose while creating the Oracle Integration instance.
Oracle Integration offers two types of licenses you need to choose from and accordingly set the maximum number of message packs. The following figure shows the type of license and max threshold.
Pricing is based on the number of Message Pack/hour as shown in the following figure:
Refer to the document for the latest pricing https://www.oracle.com/in/cloud/price-list.html
Few pricing examples are given as per the following tables:
|Days||Standard||Standard – BYOL||Enterprise||Enterprise – BYOL|
|1 Message Pack||1||15.4848||7.7424||30.9672||7.7424|
|1 Message Pack||31||480.0288||240.0144||959.9832||240.0144|
|2 Message Packs||1||30.9696||15.4848||61.9344||15.4848|
|2 Message Packs||31||960.0576||480.0288||1919.9664||480.0288|
The following figure shows how many messages are consumed respectively of the different features of Oracle Integration:
Refer to the below video to know how messages are calculated during runtime. In this video, all integration scenarios are captured with various examples.
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