1.1 About TalariaX Pte Ltd
TalariaX™ develops and offers enterprise mobile messaging solutions to facilitate and improve business workflow and communication, and is widely used in areas such as IT alerts & notifications, secure remote access via 2-Factor Authentication, emergency & broadcast messaging, business process automation and system availability monitoring.
In addition to functionality, TalariaX’s messaging solutions have also been developed with other key features in mind. These include security and confidentiality of company information, and ease in mitigating disruption during unplanned system downtime such as that arising from cyberattacks.
1.2 About sendQuick onCloud
sendQuick onCloud is a cloud based Software-as-a-Service (Saas) application to monitor and notify for cloud based incidents with omni-channel messaging capability. It has ability to monitor using ICMP Ping, Port check and URL check. It has policy based notifications using Email and Webhook, supporting any applications as well as Cloud Providers like AWS, Azure, Alibaba Cloud, Google Cloud and Oracle. Given the above integration methods, sendQuick onCloud is able to work with any applications to send notifications. Supporting notification channels include SMS, Telegram, Slack, Facebook Messenger and others. Lastly, there is Roster for messaging based on duties and time frame for each recipients, reducing alert fatigue.
1.3 Purpose of Document
This document is a guide on how to integrate sendQuick onCloud with Oracle Management Cloud (Oracle) to send message notifications and alerts. In this guide, we will be using sendQuick onCloud for the integration.
Oracle Management Cloud is accessible from the Oracle Cloud Portal. You will need to login to Oracle Cloud Portal and select Platform Services > Management Cloud and is presented with all the Oracle Management Cloud options. Select Administration > Notification Channels. You will need to configure the Notifications function as found in the Right of the Web Interface and shown in the diagram below.
In Oracle, you can send Alert via Email (SMTP) and Webhook (HTTP) method. This document will explain both methods in details in the following sections.