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  • Introduction In this tutorial I demonstrate how to connect an app written in Python, Node.js or PHP running in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure(OCI) to an Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) Database running in Oracle Cloud. To complete these steps, it is assumed you have either a baremetal or VM shape running Oracle Linux...

  • Stories are a window into life. They can if they resonate provide insights into our own lives or the lives of others.They can help us transmit  knowledge, pass on traditions, solve present day problems or allow us to imagine alternate realities. Open Source software is an example of an alternate reality...

  • Over the weekend we rolled out an update to your Oracle Developer Cloud Service instances which introduces several new features. In this blog we'll quickly review two of them - Support for the Fn project and integration with the Wercker CI/CD solution. These new features further enhance the scope of...

  • By Noel Portugal,  Senior Cloud Experience Developer at Oracle   Code Card 2018 For years I’ve been wanting to create something fun with the almighty esp8266 WiFi chip. I started experimenting with the esp8266 almost exactly four years ago. Back then there was no Arduino, Lua or even MicroPython ports for the chip, only the C Espressif SDK. Today it is fairly easy...

  • It’s been an educational, inspirational, and insightful four days at Oracle Code One in San Francisco. This was the first time Oracle Code One and Oracle Open World were run side-by-side.  Attendees chose from the 2500 sessions, a majority of them featuring customers and partners who overcame real-world challenges. We...

  •   Community Matters! The Code One Avengers Keynote. When it comes to a code conference, it has to be about the community. Stephen Chin and his superheroes proved that right on stage last night with their Code Avengers keynote. The action-packed superheroes stole the thunder of Code One on Day 3. Some of...

  • Live from Oracle Code One - Day Two There was tons of action today at Oracle Code One. From Zip labs and challenges to an all-women developer community breakfast,  and the Duke Choice awards, to the Oracle Code keynotes and the debut Groundbreaker awards, it was all happening at Code One....

  • It's a busy week at OpenWorld 2018. So busy, that we didn't get around to mentioning that Oracle Database 18c Express Edition now available on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) yum servers! This means it's easy to install this full-features Oracle Database for developers on an OCI compute shape without incurring...

  • Live from Oracle CodeOne - Day One A lot of action, energy, and fun here on the first day at Oracle CodeOne 2018. From all the fun at the Developers Exchange to the cool things at the Groundbreakers hub, we've covered it all for you! So, let's get started!  Here's a one...

  • Code One - It’s Here! We’re just a few days away from Oracle’s biggest conference for Developers that’s now known as Code One. Java One morphed into Code One to extend support for more developer ecosystems - languages, open-source projects, and cloud-native foundations. So, first, the plugs - if you’d like to be...

  • By now you have probably heard of the term cloud native. Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) defines cloud native as a set of technologies that “empower organizations to build and run scalable applications in modern, dynamic environments such as public, private, and hybrid clouds.” Cloud native is characterized by the...

  • "Like buying a Ferrari and towing it around with a horse." That's how Java Champion and Microservices Patterns (Manning Publications) author Chris Richardson describes the approach some organizations take to implementing microservices. It's often a matter of faulty motivation.  In helping organizations around the world get started with microservices, the first question Chris asks...

  • Originally published at technology.amis.nl on October 14, 2018. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is Oracle’s second generation infrastructure as a service offering — that support many components including compute nodes, networks, storage, Kubernetes clusters and Database as a Service. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure can be administered through a GUI — a browser based console...

  • By Christopher Bensen and Noel Portugal, Cloud Experience Developers If you are attending Oracle Code One or Open World 2018, you will be happy to hear that the Matrix Bullet Time Demo will be there. You can experience it by coming to Moscone West in the Developer Exchange and inside the GroundBreakers...

  • In this series, we're taking a look at how microservice applications are built.  In part 1 we learned about the new open source framework from Oracle called Helidon and learned how it can be used with both Java and Groovy in either a functional, reactive style or a more traditional...

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