Oracle Developer Cloud Service recently released version 15.4.5. This new version is rich in new features and support for Agile Methodology is at the top of the list. This video demonstrates this new feature.
Chapter 14 - Recap and more is the latest entry by David Craft (Oracle Principal Member of Technical Staff) illustrating end-to-end integration between Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) and Oracle SOA CS.
Developer Cloud Service 15.4.5 is now available with many new features. Since it's inception, Developer Cloud Service has focused on developer productivity providing teams with functionality to advance their development and the ability to release products flexibly / securely, quickly / confidently, and at a lower cost because the latest tools and infrastructure are provisioned within seconds in Oracle's Cloud.
This entry will provide a brief overview of the the new features (more...)
Stefano Illustrates how to integrate your existing repository in GitHub with Oracle Developer Cloud Service using you're preferred Git client or IDE that supports Git integration. Check out Stefano's entry here.
Over at ScaleScale, a blog about all the good stuff when it comes to scaling, an interesting post was published on the stack behind Netflix scaling. Since Netflix is quite public about how they operate, the post put was together with stuff from around the internet.
The tool either creates business objects from scratch in (more...)
In this series of posts and videos, we will explore creating and deploying a SOA composite using Oracle Developer Cloud Service.
To get the SoaCS, you follow (more...)
To help my future self, but maybe some other people along the way, I created an overview of the clouds I met. This sure is not a full and completed list, but the (more...)
JDeveloper 12.2.1 now provides complete integration with Developer Cloud Service comparable to what exists in OEPE and NetBeans. If you're an Oracle Developer looking for an IDE that supports Oracle DevOps solutions, you should check this out. Task Management, Continuous Integration, Source Control Management and Deployment. All from your IDE.
We are pleased to announce the release of Developer Cloud Service 15.4.1 with a number of new features. We'll keep it short and to the point!
- Now available is cross-data center deployment for Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension (JCS SX)
- Support is now provided for Gradle (Open Source Build Automation)
- Support for Oracle Maven Repo is now provided and available to DevCS Hudson executors
- Import of on-premise Hudson job configurations into DevCS is now supported
When you create Grid Infrastructure in 188.8.131.52, you are presented with a new (annoyingly named) “-MGMTDB”
This database is a standard, 12C CDB/PDB storing transient performance and other information. If it is lost, no biggie. Just re-create it (in your voting disk DG. Aside: create a new MGMTDB_DG, move your voting disk there, re-create -MGMTDB, then move your voting disk back out to the proper multiple voting volumes.)
However, Oracle Enterprise (more...)
Robbrecht van Amerongen of AMIS Technology has provided a nice summary of sessions to attend at OOW and JavaOne this year. Check it out here.
Unless you have been going around with your head in the clouds, all you can hear from all the big names in the IT worlds is about moving to the Cloud. (yes that was a poor attempt at a joke. It is Friday afternoon after all).
The title of this post is 'From Zero to Dashboards in 5 min with BICS'.
BICS stands for Oracle BI Cloud Service.
Over the past few months I've been (more...)
On the 6th of October the Oracle Cloud Day 2015 takes place in The Netherlands. iAdvise is proud to be a bronze sponsor on what promises to be a day filled with interesting sessions.
One of the main topics will be the Oracle Database Cloud service. In this blog post, which was published in the OGh Visie earlier this year, you can read what the Oracle Database Cloud Service is, which configuration possibilities there (more...)
Pythian has been involved with ILM for a long time. With various flavors of databases and systems, Pythian has been overseeing creation, alteration, and flow of data for a long time until (more...)
If you work in enterprise user experience (UX) it will come as no surprise that the humble pen and paper remains in widespread use for everyday business.
Sales reps, for example, are forever quickly scribbling down opportunity info. HR pros use them widely. Accountants? Check. At most meetings you will find both pen and paper and digital technology on the table.
That’s what UX is all about, understanding all the tools, technology, and job aids, (more...)