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Posts tagged 'Containers, Microservices, APIs'

Creating Your First API Gateway In The Oracle Cloud

Microservices and serverless are more popular than ever with teams around the globe adopting these patterns and architectures at an extremely high rate...


Free SSL Certificates In The Oracle Cloud Using CertBot And Let's Encrypt

If you're deploying your web site or application on the Oracle Cloud, chances are pretty high that you're going to be using HTTPS to secure your ...


Migrate Your Kafka Workloads To Oracle Cloud Streaming

Migrating your applications and workloads from one hosting environment to another can be a very painful process. I've had to manage migrations many times...


Oracle Functions: Using Key Management To Encrypt And Decrypt Configuration Variables

I've covered quite a few different topics related to Oracle Functions recently on this blog, but today I'll cover what probably should have been the first...


Oracle Functions: Invoking Functions Automatically With Cloud Events

I've written several posts here on the developer blog that show you how to create and invoke your serverless functions, but so far we've only covered ...


Oracle Functions: An Easier Way To Talk To Your Autonomous Database

  Last week I posted about connecting your Oracle Functions to your Autonomous DB instance to query and persist data. That post involved creating...


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...