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Creating A Microservice With Node & SODA - JSON Document Storage In Autonomous DB

We've been on a long and interesting journey with microservices in this blog series and have covered a lot of topics. In this post we'll take a look ...


Microservices The Easy Way With ORDS And Micronaut - Part 3

We've come to the final part of this portion of this blog series where we focus on microservices with ORDS and Micronaut. In this post we'll look at ...


Microservices The Easy Way With ORDS And Micronaut - Part 2

In our last post, we exposed our user table with a complete set of REST endpoints that can be used for CRUD operations. The good news is, from this point...


Microservices The Easy Way With ORDS And Micronaut - Part 1

What if I told you you could write a microservice that doesn't use ORM without a single SQL statement in your application code?  I have to admit...


Building And Deploying A Helidon Microservice With Hibernate Part 3

We've taken quite a journey in this blog series so far - from getting our cloud tenancy ready for our microservice deployment, to writing our first microservice...


Building And Deploying A Helidon Microservice With Hibernate Part 2

So far in this series, we've set up our cloud for Kubernetes and Docker, got our Autonomous DB up and running and created our first microservice using...


Building And Deploying A Helidon Microservice With Hibernate Part 1

In the last few posts of our microservice journey we created a compartment, launched a Kubernetes cluster and set our tenancy up for a Docker user and...


The Complete Guide To Getting Up And Running With Autonomous Database In The Cloud

In our last post, we configured Kubernetes and Docker to get ready to deploy microservices. In this post, we'll look at another critical piece of the ...


The Complete Guide To Getting Up And Running With Docker And Kubernetes On The Oracle Cloud

In my last post we defined the term “microservice” and looked at some of the reasons you might choose to implement a microservice approach to building...


Microservices Are Easy…

In theory, microservices are easy. The promise of loosely coupled, scalable services that can each be independently built, tested and deployed sounds ...