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With businesses adopting more and more cloud applications, mobile apps, and devices, integration has never been more important. Integrating these apps and tools with the rest of the systems is the key to a connected enterprise - one that supports real-time responsiveness, instant collaboration, and streamlined innovation. To keep up with these new integration demands, a new breed of solution has emerged—cloud-based integration platforms (also called integration platform as a service, or iPaaS for short). For businesses looking to gain all of the benefits of a connected enterprise, while also simplifying administration and accelerating time to market, they’re a game-changer. They’re fueling a hybrid approach to integration—one that combines on-premises integration with iPaaS to respond to business requirements faster- but that’s just the start. Read on and discover five key ways cloud-based integration platforms are transforming the way organizations integrate, making innovation simpler than ever before.


For many years, cloud adoption was presented as a series of choices. These included such decisions as whether to adopt public or private cloud; or to ignore both and to stick with on-premise enterprise IT systems. Businesses also had to get to grips with a wide variety of services – starting with Software as a Service (SaaS) and then moving swiftly on to Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS). This raised further questions: which of these services would benefit them the most? Which should they invest in immediately and for which could they afford to wait?

Read more in the full article by Dain Hansen here

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The Debian image for Oracle Compute is built using bootstrap-vz bootstrapping framework  and is described in the documentation at

A prepared Debian image using bootstrap-vz can be uploaded as a custom image into Oracle Compute Cloud Service


Further checkout the tutorial on how to create an instance using a Debian image