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Author's profile photo Appala Naidu Uppada

Integration Suite – Accessing Cloud Integration Runtime


This blog is a continuation of the blog Integration Suite – Simplified Onboarding and Provisioning  . Here I would explain the steps to be performed to access the deployed endpoint of a Cloud Integration integration flow.



  • Global Account Admin should have already assigned the required quota for Process Integration Runtime service on your subaccount as shown below:


Process Integration Runtime – Entitlement Assignment


  • Integration Developer should have already deployed an integration flow that should be exposing an endpoint to accept inbound messages into the Cloud Integration tenant.


  • Cloud Foundry has been enabled on the Subaccount as shown below:
  • Enable%20Cloudfundry


Incase if you would like to know additional details on the above prerequisites refer the main blog


Step 1: Create Process Integration Runtime Service Instance and Keys:

Create Space:

Navigate to Subaccount Overview and Create Space as shown below:


Create Space


Navigate to the already created space and choose Process Integration Runtime as shown below:


Space – Process Integration Runtime


Create Instance:

Choose integration-flow Plan on the Process Integration Runtime & click on Create ( with default values) as shown below:


Create Instance

Create Key

Navigate to Instances > instance > Service Keys , Choose Create for creating Key as shown below:


Create Key


Step 2: Access Cloud Integration Integration Flow Endpoint using the Credentials of the Created key:

Copy the client id and client secret from the above created key as shown below:


Copy Client Id and Client Secret

Post a message to the deployed integration flow endpoint as shown below using the clientid as user name and clientsecret as password



Post Message


That’s all. That concludes the blog on accessing the cloud integration runtime on an Integration Suite tenant.

Refer the blog Cloud Integration on CF – How to Setup Secure HTTP Inbound Connection with Client Certificates

for accessing an endpoint with client certificates.


Related Blogs:

Integration Suite – Simplified Onboarding and Provisioning

Integration Suite – Usage Analytics

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      Author's profile photo David Nguyen
      David Nguyen

      Thanks Apalla! This is exactly what I was looking for.

      Author's profile photo Pablo Iradier
      Pablo Iradier

      When creating the key, I get this error:

      "Service broker error: Service broker sleeve-broker failed with: Service broker error: Generation of service keys is not supported."

      Any idea? Not much info to troubleshoot.