Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) brings together an evolution of Oracle’s already proven Cloud Services for SaaS-On-Premises Integration, Process Automation, Visual Application Builder, and Integration Analytics into a single Cloud service.
Oracle Content and Experience Cloud Service (CEC) was upgraded to version 17.4.5 in December 2017 with lots of new features and enhancements.
The following settings (MOS 2328882.1) are required when running Oracle Linux guest virtual machines on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic (OCI-C). Failure to follow these recommendations could result in noticeably slower IO, instability and/or in certain cases VM hang. All of these settings will be available in OCI-C Linux images in release 17.3.4 and above. It’s the default selection when creating a new Linux VM.
Oracle (finally) launched group functionality as of 17.4.1 (October 2017) with little fanfare. A group is a set of users that have a common position, goal, or concern. You can add groups as a member to a conversation or a folder, or share an object with the group. This lets you share information with a large number of people at one time.