Lifecycle Management with Applications in OCI Data Integration

Flow diagram for application lifecycle
Publish tasks to your development application
Select the application to publish tasks to
Here we see the published tasks
Copy resources from an existing application
Review the synchronization changes
See patches applied to the application

Option 1 — Use Parameterized Tasks

Option 2 — Remap Data Assets

View the references
Map your data asset for test/production
Data Asset is mapped
Analyze reference usage.
See where the objects are used, this allows you to understand the dependencies and take action.
Use the default data asset staging location

Summary

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Architect at @Oracle developing cloud services for data. Connect on Twitter @i_m_dave

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