In the last few years Oracle’s iPaaS offerings have progressed significantly from one or two solutions such as Mobile Cloud Service to in excess of 35 offerings. This makes it challenging to decide which product(s) to use. The means for selection depends upon a range of factors including: Most suitable licensing model (ICS provides a […]
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Losts have changed for me since my last blog post. A new job and new responsibilities, which will include presenting more at conferences on the conference circuit and a few roadshows that are planned in the near future.
Back in the fall of 2016, when most of the Call for Papers open, I had a great idea for introducing people to Oracle GoldenGate. This idea is walk everyone through the progression of replication technology from (more...)
I have just returned home from the Oracle PaaS Partner Community Forum 2017 which took place in Split, Croatia. Filled with energy, inspiration, impressions, already fond memories, more understanding, longer term plans and shorter term action items and a warm feeling of being part of an international network of smart, open, helpful and fun people. Does that sound soft, a little over the top – slightly brainwashed even? Let me try to explain what this (more...)
Customers who have purchased
multiple Oracle Cloud Services can now experience increased flexibility and
engaging role-based training options with one solution:
Cloud Learning Subscription (UCLS)
- This gives you access to all Oracle Cloud Learning
Subscriptions and gives you an entire year of 24/7 access to constantly updated digital courses.
- All administrators, developers, business analysts and technical
engineers who maintain a hybrid of Cloud/On premise systems can get the
support needed in (more...)
This frequently asked question comes in several variants, including:
- Can I use Oracle GoldenGate with EBS on-premises to set up an operational reporting environment in Oracle Cloud?
Can I use Oracle GoldenGate Cloud Service with EBS?
- Can I use Oracle GoldenGate to replicate my EBS database to Oracle Cloud?
- Can I use Oracle GoldenGate to perform a live migration of my EBS database from on-premises to Oracle Cloud?
We will answer each question in turn. (more...)
Now is the moment to get started on OpenStack. You can take the Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux: Getting Started seminar at your own pace through the Training-on-Demand format. You can start training immediately, following lecture material at your own pace through streaming video and consulting comprehensive demos.
This course introduces you to the key OpenStack concepts and services and guides you through installation and deployment as well as sharing troubleshooting tips.
More and more enterprises are using Single-Sign-On (SSO) for there on-premise applications today, but what if they want to use SSO for there cloud applications as well?
This blog post is addressing this topic for Single-Sign-On to Oracle ERP Cloud in a hybrid environment.
First of all lets focus on SSO on-premise and introduce some terminology.
A user (aka principal) wants to have access to a particular service. This service can be found at the (more...)
So what are my experiences using EECS doing some APEX work?
First of all, it is not blazing fast. Probably caused by the latency (as mentioned in my previous post). It is not slow, it is just ok('ish).
Second, and way more important, it runs APEX 5.0.4
! So whatever Oracle advertises about "Cloud first
" ... it doesn't seem to apply to APEX (or APEX on EECS). So this fact alone makes (more...)
Oracle recently made their ‘Kafka on Cloud’ service available: the Event Hub cloud service – offered as part of the Big Data Compute Cloud Service. In this article, I will briefly show the steps I went through to get up and running with this service. To be frank, it was not entirely intuitive – so this may be handy the next time I have to do it or perhaps when you are struggling. One obvious (more...)
Oracle Linux is engineered for Oracle Cloud. This operating system:
- Is designed for business-critical workloads in the cloud
- Uses latest technologies such as Docker
- Is a major contributor to mainline Linux cloud features
- Powers Oracle Engineered Systems and Oracle Cloud
To get the most out of Oracle Linux, take the Oracle Linux advanced administration training. If using Oracle Linux 7, take the Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration course in one of the following formats:
[Contributing Authors: Robert Farrington and Elke Phelps]
This article is a sequel to EBS on Oracle Cloud Terminology - Part I. The last article introduced the tools employed in the new and improved automation that was released in early March. In contrast, this article focuses on the specific capabilities of the tools.
These terms are used throughout our Oracle by Example tutorials, and will also be employed in communications such as future blog articles.
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In a recent Forbes article, Wim Coekaerts, SVP, Linux and Virtualization Engineering talks about what makes him happy.
In his long career, he’s found joy working on early database appliances, and later guiding Oracle’s effort to make Linux, the open source operating system he’d played with since his school days in Belgium, its OS of record. Now, “Linux has become the operating system of the (more...)