Video – How to build a Process Cloud Service Application (Business Travel Requests) in 40 minutes – Part III – Business Rules Setup by Jose Rodrigues


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Welcome to Red Maverick’s fifth video, the third of the Business Travel Request Management Series.

In this series we’ll guide you on how to build a complete, working BPM application using  Oracle’s Process Cloud Service.

For this part, the focus is on setting Business Rules using Oracle’s PCS, to fine tune the process flow path, depending on process data.

This scenario and video was first prepared by me for Link Consulting‘s Process Cloud event, (more...)

Saving money by understanding Oracle licensing, part 1

Oracle and licenses. The general feeling most of the time is that you pay too much for the use of the Oracle products, and it’s not always sure if you are compliant, because of the complexity of the rules. This – hopefully clarifying –  blog is part of a small series and is an updated blogpost of one I wrote a few years ago, published on my private website. Since then the (Oracle) world has (more...)

Basic integration of Process Cloud Service with Document Cloud Service by Lykle Thijssen

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Recently, Oracle had released a new version of Process Cloud Service. It mainly contains some minor improvements, but also has one major update: Oracle Process Cloud Service can now use Oracle Document Cloud Service for working with documents in business processes. This blog will show you how to make it happen.

Establishing the connection

In the main page of Oracle Process Cloud Service, click on your user in the right-top corner and select “Administration”. On (more...)

New Cloud Exam: Oracle Management Cloud 2017 Implementation Essentials Exam – Now In Beta

We’ve just launched a new certification for recognizing your Oracle Cloud skills and that your organization can use to help achieve its OPN Cloud Designations.

The Oracle Management Cloud 2017 Implementation Essentials certification covers topics such as: Oracle Cloud service subscription, configuration, secure deployment and service use. Register now for the OPN Test Fest and you can take the exam for FREE. The OPN Test Fest will take place during Oracle OpenWorld, from September 19th (more...)

G-Cloud – Moving Your Oracle System to Amazon Web Services

G-Cloud was awarded a few weeks ago and we're glad to say that clckwrk were selected as a supplier in the areas of Infrastructure as a Service and Specialist Services.

The services we have on G-Cloud are specifically curated for implementing, moving and managing Oracle systems to the cloud. This is a quick guide for how to combine those services to migrate to the cloud. For public sector users of Oracle technology and applications this is the set (more...)

Visibility into New SaaS Functionality – August Update

Hello Oracle Cloud User,

Major releases are the primary vehicle for delivering new product functionality to the SaaS fleet. In addition, the SaaS fleet receives a monthly update. As you would expect, monthly updates address product issues discovered mid-release. But they can also serve as a vehicle for delivering "new features". The purpose of this communication is to provide visibility into new and enhanced functionality that is delivered off-cycle via monthly updates.

Specifically, this communication (more...)

Book Review: Oracle Database Cloud Cookbook with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c

13cCoverLatest Last week, I had a chance to read the latest book of my friend Porus Homi Havewala. If you’re interested in Oracle Enterprise Manager, you already knew him or at least read one of his articles/blog posts. He’s a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on Oracle Enterprise Manager Technology, Oracle Certified Master (OCM) and Oracle ACE Director. Porus created one of the world’s first blogs dedicated to Enterprise Manager (http://enterprise-manager.blogspot.com), and he (more...)

It’s That Time Again! Time for OOW2016!

Yes, it’s that crazy time of the year again, when the city of San Francisco turns red – it’s Oracle Open World (OOW) 2016! If you’re planning on going this year, I hope you have your hotel room booked, because they disappear very, VERY quickly!

Every year just before OOW, the product teams produce what we call Focus On documents, that show you all the sessions (both customer and Oracle presented) around a particular area. (more...)

Journalismus, den die Welt braucht. Teil 2 | Pearls of journalism. Part 2

Two weeks ago i started a first experiment with translating strange articles by Google (see here).
This was the next snippet (from IT-BUSINESS), which was a little bit weird:
Aha. Fog Computing...

Let's see, what Google Translate means to this:

Fog Compuing

The Fog is all symbolize the cloud around. It is all about the primary processing of data close to the data encoder, such as in the car or in the refrigerator (more...)

Oracle JET and Mobile Cloud Service Authentication with OAuth

I will describe with practical example, how to authenticate against MCS in Oracle JET using OAuth. This is based on sample app from my previous post - Oracle JET and Application Container Cloud (with MCS Integration) (download sample app from there). It would be useful to read through MCS documentation - Authenticating with OAuth in Individual REST Calls.

Oracle JET sample application provides login form:


If login is successful, REST call is done and MCS (more...)

Getting started with Process Cloud Service by Waslley Souza

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If you know and use Oracle BPM Suite, you will like to try the new cloud solution called Oracle Process Cloud Service or PCS. With PCS you can modeling your processes through the cloud without the need to install Oracle BPM Suite. Go to PCS section within the Oracle Cloud website to learn more about or try it: http://cloud.oracle.com/process.

In this post we will create a basic process to create and approve employees.
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Introduction to Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service – Webcast August 23rd 2016

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Introduction to Oracle Internet of Things Cloud service 16.3.3 and IoT Asset Monitoring Mini-App

Speakers: Harish Gaur and Florian Tournier

Please join the Oracle Product Management team in an introduction to version 16.3.3 of the Oracle Internet Cloud Service. This webcast will provide an overview of the exciting new features available in this release.

It will feature a demo of the new, readily-deployable Asset Monitoring application for rapid integration of IoT (more...)

Oracle JET and Application Container Cloud (with MCS Integration)

I have deployed JET application with Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) integration into Oracle Application Container Cloud service. It works perfectly well, you can try to access it yourself (until my trial cloud account expires on 15th of August) by URL: https://rsjetnodejsapp-deoracleem99369.apaas.us2.oraclecloud.com.

Follow excellent blog article written by Lucas Jellema on details how to deploy JET into Application Container Cloud - Deploying an Oracle JET application to Application Container Cloud and running (more...)

Why Digital UX matters in business.



Why Digital UX matters in business.

API Cloud Platform Service Introduction – SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast – August 30th 2016

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Attend our August edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast live on August 30th 2016 at 16:00 CET.

Learn about the API Platform Cloud Service, built for modern API Management!
Come learn about our new API Platform Cloud Service and how it provides the modern API Management Experience!  Robert Wunderlich, PM for API Management and Integration will join us to discuss this new offering that is coming soon!

Oracle JET Hybrid – Calling Oracle Mobile Cloud REST

Oracle JET allows to build mobile hybrid apps, based on Cordova and deploy to Android or iOS platform. Read more about it here - Go Mobile with Oracle JET As Easy As 1 2 3. In my previous post I have described how to call REST endpoint running on Oracle MCS from JET - Calling Mobile Cloud REST Service from Oracle JET. Its time to demonstrate the same from JET hybrid app, running on my (more...)

Application Container Cloud: Node.js hosting with enterprise-grade features

Oracle’s Application Container Cloud allows you to run Java SE, Node.js and PHP applications (and more is coming) in a Docker container hosted in the Oracle Public Cloud (OPC). Node.js can crash when applications do strange things. You can think of incorrect error handling, blocking calls or strange memory usage. In order to host Node.js in a manageable, stable and robust way in an enterprise application landscape, certain measures need to be (more...)

What’s New in Oracle Certification – August

Stay up to date with the Oracle Certification Program, view exams released into production, get information on current promotions or learn about new program announcements below.


Get Certified First!
Register for a Beta Exam:

Oracle Exadata X5 Administration | 1Z1-070


Achieve Your Next Certification with NEW Exams:

Oracle Database Cloud Service | 1Z0-160. Earns the certifications below. Click the credential title to see the requirements.

Calling Mobile Cloud REST Service from Oracle JET

Let's take a look how we can consume REST service exposed from Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). I will show how you could display data coming from MCS endpoint in Oracle JET. I will be using simple scenario in this post, based on HTTP Basic authentication method offered by MCS. In my next post I plan to review more advanced authentication described in this article - Hybrid Mobile Apps: Using the Mobile Cloud Service JavaScript SDK (more...)

PCS Travel Request Management – Process Form Creation by Red Mavericks

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The fourth video by Red Mavericks (http://www.redmavericks.com) addresses the use of Oracle's Process Cloud Service to build and deploy a full working Business Travel Request application in 40 minutes.
This is the first of a series of 4 videos that will guide you through the application creation process of a BPM application, using near zero code, which makes it particularly suitable for Business Analysts to also be engaged.

For this part, (more...)