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    Juan Miguel Isip
    Difference of ERP Integration Service and Integration Cloud...Answered
    Topic posted May 26, 2018 by Juan Miguel IsipBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points, last edited May 30, 2018, tagged Cloud Integration, Export Bulk Data, File Based Data Integration - FBDI, Financials, Import Bulk Data, Integrated Cloud Services, Pre-built Integration, SOAP Services 
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    Title:
    Difference of ERP Integration Service and Integration Cloud Service (ICS)
    Summary:
    ERP Integration Service and Integration Cloud Service
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    Hi All, can anyone tell me the difference between ERP Integration Service and Integration Cloud Service (ICS)?
    I'm currently taking the training on Oracle Financials Cloud Learning Subscription, but it only gives an overview of the available Integration approach, not how I can apply it.

    If I understand correctly, ERP Integration Service is already built-in to SaaS Oracle ERP Cloud while Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) is under PaaS, a separate product and requires a separate license. Is my assumption correct?

    any guidance would be appreciated.

    Thank you!

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    Jon Huang

    Hi Juan, you are correct. Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) is a PaaS offering you can use to easily automate additional integrations with ERP Cloud not yet covered by built-in integrations. ICS has been superseded by Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud (OAIC) which combines ICS/PCS and Visual Builder for your complete custom integration needs. ICS/OAIC requires separate Paas license.

    https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/integration-cloud/index.html

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    • Jon Huang

      Hi Juan, you are correct. Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) is a PaaS offering you can use to easily automate additional integrations with ERP Cloud not yet covered by built-in integrations. ICS has been superseded by Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud (OAIC) which combines ICS/PCS and Visual Builder for your complete custom integration needs. ICS/OAIC requires separate Paas license.

      https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/integration-cloud/index.html