Observability (Run-Time Monitoring) in Oracle Integration
Oracle Integration has many built-in dashboards that provide real-time insights into your runtime integration and help understand exactly how many messages were received/succeeded/errored, etc.
Oracle Integration-3 monitoring has been improved significantly and helps you to understand step-by-step activity which has been executed at what date and time.
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The Monitoring dashboard known as Observability has the following features:
- A unified dashboard helps you to see the failure rate, #of successful instances, #of failed instances, and much more
- Explore each message activity stream step by step, see the failure points, and dig down the performance issues.
- Manage your errors, resubmit the failed messages, track the agent status, and more.
The following are various out-of-the-box pages that give offer the runtime and design time metrics:
Observability – Dashboard
A high-level view of all your runtime integrations that depicts the error rate, # of active integrations, # of success integrations, and much more.
Observability – Integrations
Depicts processing information about the # of messages received, # of messages processed, # of successful messages, # of failed messages, and # of aborted messages.
Observability – Agents
Monitor the status of Agents – Available or Unavailable.
Observability – Instances
Filter and track the status of integration instances using business identifiers.
Observability – Errors
Observability – Future Runs
A calendar that depicts the future runs of your scheduled integration:
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