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Building Cross Platform Native Images With GraalVM

Building Cross Platform Native Images With GraalVM

A few weeks ago, I blogged about a utility that I created that helps you debug your serverless functions in the Oracle Cloud. The code behind that project...

Cloud Cost Cutting: Autoscaling Your Dev/QA Environments

Cloud Cost Cutting: Autoscaling Your Dev/QA Environments

I've worked on many software projects over the last 16 years, and one thing that each of those projects had in common was the existence of an environment...

Simple Serverless Logging For Oracle Functions

Simple Serverless Logging For Oracle Functions

Working with serverless functions represents a new way of thinking for many developers. Dealing with stateless functions, for example, can be a challenge...

OCI SDK For TypeScript Is Now Available - Here's How To Use It In Your JavaScript Projects

OCI SDK For TypeScript Is Now Available - Here's How To Use It In Your JavaScript Projects

I have blogged quite a bit about our OCI Java SDK in the past. It's easy to use and a very intuitive and consistent SDK that can perform just about any...

Cloud Cost Cutting: Save Money By Resizing Large Images In Object Storage

Cloud Cost Cutting: Save Money By Resizing Large Images In Object Storage

Like many of you, I have an account on our Oracle Cloud "always free" tier that I use for hosting personal projects, most notably my personal blog recursive.codes...

Resource Principal Auth With Node.JS For Easy OCI REST API Access From Your Oracle Functions

Resource Principal Auth With Node.JS For Easy OCI REST API Access From Your Oracle Functions

The first rule of serverless is to keep your functions light and simple. Part of keeping a function light is avoiding unnecessary external dependencies...

Adventures in CI/CD [#10]: Deploying Our Microservice Docker Container To Kubernetes

Adventures in CI/CD [#10]: Deploying Our Microservice Docker Container To Kubernetes

Welcome to the final entry in this series where we have taken a ground-up approach to build, test and deploy a microservice to the cloud in an automated...

Adventures in CI/CD [#9]: Deploying A Microservice As A Docker Container

Adventures in CI/CD [#9]: Deploying A Microservice As A Docker Container

Welcome to the penultimate post in this continuous journey about continuous integration and continuous deployment. So far in this blog series, we have ...

Adventures in CI/CD [#8]: Deploying A Microservice With A Tested Persistence Tier In Place

Adventures in CI/CD [#8]: Deploying A Microservice With A Tested Persistence Tier In Place

We have covered a ton of content already in this long series on CI/CD, and now we’re ready to look at the next step in our adventure on the path to CI/...

Adventures in CI/CD [#7]: Testing The Persistence Tier With Testcontainers

Adventures in CI/CD [#7]: Testing The Persistence Tier With Testcontainers

Great to have you back for another existing episode in our saga about the joys of cloud deployments with CI/CD. So far, here’s what we’ve gone over: ...

Adventures in CI/CD [#6]: Adding A Persistence Tier To Our Microservice

Adventures in CI/CD [#6]: Adding A Persistence Tier To Our Microservice

Welcome back to this ongoing saga where we continue to look intensely at the wonderful world of CI/CD and how we can build, test and deploy a microservice...

Oracle Cloud Vault as a Secure, Distributed Config Store for your Micronaut Applications

Oracle Cloud Vault as a Secure, Distributed Config Store for your Micronaut Applications

Micronaut is a hugely popular framework in the Java world and it continues to grow in features and adoption. Recently, version 2.0.0.M3 was released which...