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 Infrastructure as Code in the Cloud: Introduction to Terraform for Developers

Infrastructure as Code in the Cloud: Introduction to Terraform for Developers

Over the next few blog posts, I’d like to give my developer friends a “stratospheric” view of Terraform to introduce the tool and give some basic understanding...

Sending Push Notifications from Oracle Notification Service with Oracle Functions and Pushover

Sending Push Notifications from Oracle Notification Service with Oracle Functions and Pushover

The Oracle Notification Service is an extraordinary service. I’ve blogged about it in the past (see the Complete Guide to the Oracle Notification Service...

Sending Push Notifications from Oracle Notification Service with Oracle Functions and Pushover

Sending Push Notifications from Oracle Notification Service with Oracle Functions and Pushover

The Oracle Notification Service is an extraordinary service. I’ve blogged about it in the past (see the Complete Guide to the Oracle Notification Service...

Launch & Persist JSON Documents In The Cloud In 10 Minutes Or Less With Autonomous JSON Database

Launch & Persist JSON Documents In The Cloud In 10 Minutes Or Less With Autonomous JSON Database

This morning at the Developer Live event, our Executive Vice President Juan Loaiza announced the launch of Autonomous JSON Database (AJD). This is...

Launch & Persist JSON Documents In The Cloud In 10 Minutes Or Less With Autonomous JSON Database

Launch & Persist JSON Documents In The Cloud In 10 Minutes Or Less With Autonomous JSON Database

This morning at the Developer Live event, our Executive Vice President Juan Loaiza announced the launch of Autonomous JSON Database (AJD). This is...

Instance and Resource Principal Authentication With The OCI TypeScript/JavaScript SDK

Instance and Resource Principal Authentication With The OCI TypeScript/JavaScript SDK

In June, we launched the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) SDK for TypeScript & JavaScript to enable you to work with all of your favorite cloud...

Reliably Requesting REST Results Right From Your SQL Scripts

Reliably Requesting REST Results Right From Your SQL Scripts

I recently blogged a comprehensive guide to invoking serverless functions in the Oracle Cloud. I was quite sure that I had included every possible method...

Reliably Requesting REST Results Right From Your SQL Scripts

Reliably Requesting REST Results Right From Your SQL Scripts

I recently blogged a comprehensive guide to invoking serverless functions in the Oracle Cloud. I was quite sure that I had included every possible method...

Message Driven Microservices & Monoliths with Micronaut - Part 4: Using RabbitMQ for Messaging

Message Driven Microservices & Monoliths with Micronaut - Part 4: Using RabbitMQ for Messaging

Previously, we looked in-depth at messaging for your microservice and monoliths by using an e-commerce example. We first set up a Kafka broker and created...

Message Driven Microservices & Monoliths with Micronaut - Part 3: Switching to Oracle Streaming Service

Message Driven Microservices & Monoliths with Micronaut - Part 3: Switching to Oracle Streaming Service

So far in this series (part 1, part 2), we’ve covered both the “how” and the “why” as it relates to messaging in your modern web applications. We used ...

Message Driven Microservices & Monoliths with Micronaut - Part 2: Consuming Messages

Message Driven Microservices & Monoliths with Micronaut - Part 2: Consuming Messages

In our last post, we talked about why messaging is important in our modern applications. We set up a local Kafka broker and created a basic e-commerce ...

Message Driven Microservices & Monoliths with Micronaut - Part 1: Installing Kafka & Sending Your First Message

Message Driven Microservices & Monoliths with Micronaut - Part 1: Installing Kafka & Sending Your First Message

One of the biggest challenges that developers face when working in a microservice environment is ensuring data consistency. Distributed services must be...