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Controlling Your Cloud - Uploading Large Files To Oracle Object Storage

Controlling Your Cloud - Uploading Large Files To Oracle Object Storage

In my last post, we took an introductory look at working with the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) API with the OCI Java SDK.  I mentioned that my...

What's New With Notifications And Functions?

What's New With Notifications And Functions?

I've blogged about our awesome Oracle Notification Service (ONS) and Oracle Functions in the past, and the teams have been hard at work with some new improvements...

Back To The Database - Part 3: Publishing Database Changes To A Stream

Back To The Database - Part 3: Publishing Database Changes To A Stream

In the last post, we talked at great length about consuming a stream in your Autonomous DB instance and using the messages in that stream to insert, update...

Back To The Database - Part 1: Preparing To Persist Data From A Stream

Back To The Database - Part 1: Preparing To Persist Data From A Stream

In my last post, I talked about some of the reasons why it makes sense to take advantage of the power of our RDBMS to handle our data instead of manually...

Back To The Database - Prologue: What's Old Is New Again

Back To The Database - Prologue: What's Old Is New Again

We’re starting to see some influencers and larger organizations scale back from an “all in” and “by the book” stance on microservices and advocate for ...

Publishing And Analyzing Custom Application Metrics With The Oracle Cloud Monitoring Service

Publishing And Analyzing Custom Application Metrics With The Oracle Cloud Monitoring Service

A few weeks ago one of our awesome Product Managers on the database team came to me with an interesting request. He shared a blog post that someone had...

Publishing And Analyzing Custom Application Metrics With The Oracle Cloud Monitoring Service

Publishing And Analyzing Custom Application Metrics With The Oracle Cloud Monitoring Service

A few weeks ago one of our awesome Product Managers on the database team came to me with an interesting request. He shared a blog post that someone had...

Oracle Functions - Connecting To An ATP Database With A Wallet Stored As Secrets

Oracle Functions - Connecting To An ATP Database With A Wallet Stored As Secrets

In my last post, we talked about how to create and use your first secret on the Oracle Cloud. It was a simple, but certainly common use case where we stored...

Oracle Functions - Connecting To An ATP Database With A Wallet Stored As Secrets

Oracle Functions - Connecting To An ATP Database With A Wallet Stored As Secrets

In my last post, we talked about how to create and use your first secret on the Oracle Cloud. It was a simple, but certainly common use case where we stored...

Protect Your Sensitive Data With Secrets In The Oracle Cloud

Protect Your Sensitive Data With Secrets In The Oracle Cloud

It’s no secret that every developer should be aware of the need to protect sensitive information such as passwords and API keys when building and deploying...

Protect Your Sensitive Data With Secrets In The Oracle Cloud

Protect Your Sensitive Data With Secrets In The Oracle Cloud

It’s no secret that every developer should be aware of the need to protect sensitive information such as passwords and API keys when building and deploying...

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...