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Announcing the Micronaut Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Module for Simple SDK Integration and Performant Serverless Functions

Announcing the Micronaut Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Module for Simple SDK Integration and Performant Serverless Functions

If you are a member or follower of the Java community, then you likely saw this news a few months ago: This is huge news. If you've read my blogs ...

Announcing the Micronaut Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Module for Simple SDK Integration and Performant Serverless Functions

Announcing the Micronaut Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Module for Simple SDK Integration and Performant Serverless Functions

If you are a member or follower of the Java community, then you likely saw this news a few months ago: This is huge news. If you've read my blogs ...

Interacting With Your Oracle On-Prem and Autonomous DB Instances From Node-RED

Interacting With Your Oracle On-Prem and Autonomous DB Instances From Node-RED

Node-RED is a programming tool that allows you to wire together devices and APIs to help you automate, monitor and analyze data without having to write...

Automatic Autonomous Wallet Download & Configuration with Micronaut

Automatic Autonomous Wallet Download & Configuration with Micronaut

Back in September, we announced the Micronaut Oracle Cloud Infrastructure module to help developers easily integrate with the OCI SDK as well as use Micronaut...

Project GreenThumb Part 3 - Consuming and Persisting the Sensor Data in the Cloud

Project GreenThumb Part 3 - Consuming and Persisting the Sensor Data in the Cloud

In my last post, we looked at how the Arduino code reads from the attached sensors and publishes those readings to a message queue running in the cloud...

Project GreenThumb Part 3 - Consuming and Persisting the Sensor Data in the Cloud

Project GreenThumb Part 3 - Consuming and Persisting the Sensor Data in the Cloud

In my last post, we looked at how the Arduino code reads from the attached sensors and publishes those readings to a message queue running in the cloud...

Launching Your Own Free Private VPN In The Oracle Cloud

Launching Your Own Free Private VPN In The Oracle Cloud

I was watching a video on YouTube recently when I saw an ad for a VPN service. I was just about to click ’Skip Ads’ when I realized that it would be possible...

Announcing Micronaut 2.1

Announcing Micronaut 2.1

I’m happy to announce the release of Micronaut 2.1, which brings a handful of new features, bug fixes and upgrades to existing features. Let’s take a quick...

Tracking & Analyzing Water Usage Data in the Cloud with a Flow Sensor, Microcontroller & Autonomous DB

Tracking & Analyzing Water Usage Data in the Cloud with a Flow Sensor, Microcontroller & Autonomous DB

This past summer, I was lucky enough to get spend some virtual time with some of the awesome interns here at Oracle. It makes me happy to see so many college...

Complete Guide to Getting Started with MySQL DB in the Oracle Cloud

Complete Guide to Getting Started with MySQL DB in the Oracle Cloud

Back in September, we finally announced the long-awaited MySQL Database Service in the Oracle Cloud. It’s big news for developers who are familiar and ...

The Complete Guide To Invoking Serverless Oracle Functions

The Complete Guide To Invoking Serverless Oracle Functions

I have blogged quite a bit about serverless Oracle Functions here on this blog, including several various examples about function invocation. But, I've...

The Complete Guide To Invoking Serverless Oracle Functions

The Complete Guide To Invoking Serverless Oracle Functions

I have blogged quite a bit about serverless Oracle Functions here on this blog, including several various examples about function invocation. But, I've...