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Oracle launches data integration cloud service

Oracle Data Integrator Cloud aims to orchestrate the communication and data flow within enterprises.
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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Oracle has launched a cloud-based data integration service that aims to make it easier to pool together information for analytics.

The company outlined the Oracle Data Integrator Cloud, which aims to orchestrate the communication and data flow within enterprises. Oracle Data Integrator Cloud can pluck data from third parties in the cloud or on-premises as well as Internet of Things, business applications, and web tools.

Meanwhile, integrations are available for various big data technologies such as Hive, HDFS, and HBase.

According to Oracle, Data Integrator Cloud is integrated with its platform as a service efforts such as Database Cloud, Database Exadata Cloud, and Big Data Cloud. Pricing is metered and unmetered.

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Here's a look at the service architecture and a screen shot.

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