Oracle Management Cloud – The “Application Performance Monitoring” service

A while ago I created a first post about the Oracle Management Cloud ( #OMC…

Gear up for #AIOUG OTN Yathra’ 2016

Guys, AIOUG is back again with OTN Yathra’ 2016. It is a series of technology evangelist events organized by All India Oracle Users Group in six cities touring across the length and breadth of the country. It was my extreme pleasure to be the part of it in 2015 and I’m pleased to announce that … Continue reading

Microsites: Interact with DCS using the ipad app

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| Apr 5, 2016
You can use the Oracle Documents ipad app to interact with the Documents Cloud Service. Go to the app store and search for ‘Oracle Documents’, you will find the Oracle Douments application, get and install the app to your ipad.


The app would like to send you notifications, after that you will also have to accept the License Agreement.


When the app starts up, you will get a quick tutorial to tell you the basics (more...)

Microsites: Start building your site in the Cloud!

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| Mar 31, 2016
So after requesting the services, and installing the synchronization client, you can start building your site. When setting up the synchronization client I added some documents about my house, pictures, descriptions, maps, stuff like that.

Now with the help of Sites I will use the files that are synchronized to the Documents Cloud to start building a webpage about my house. After you login to your Cloud Services, go to the Service Console.

 Use the (more...)

Install the Documents Synchronization Client

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| Mar 30, 2016
To synchronize your files with the Document Cloud Service, you can install a sync client. I mainly work on windows, so this blog will show you how to get the installer and show the progress of installing the client.

In your welcome e-mail there is a link to download the client, however for some reason that one did not work for me and showed me an error trying to install.


Luckily you can also download (more...)

Enterprise Manager 13c And Database Backup Cloud Service

The Oracle Database Cloud Service allows for backup of an Oracle Database to the Oracle Cloud using Rman. Enterprise Manager 13c provides a very easy way to configure Oracle Database Backup Cloud Service. This post will walk you thru setup of the Oracle Database Backup Cloud service as well as running backups from EM.


There is a new menu Item to configure the Database Backup Cloud Service (DBCS) in the Backup & Recovery Drop down.


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What DBAs need to know about Amazon RDS

We’re looking at many customers who are considering moving from on-premise  databases to cloud hosted  instances running Oracle. This is a pretty well trodden path in cloud terms and also in Oracle terms - you go through the same process with Oracle as you would have if you moved from one piece of hardware to another in the past - it’s a platform migration and sometimes you’ll upgrade the database as you go. After that (more...)

Oracle Fusion Middleware Forum 2016 in Valencia

The past week my colleague Patrick Sinke and myself attended the Oracle Fusion Middleware Forum 2016 in Valencia, Spain held from March 15th to March 18th. It was a week overloaded with information, networking and deep-dive workshops. We worked hard, learned a lot and had some fun once in a while as well. The event coinciding with the annual Las Fallas festival also helped with that last part :-)

In this blog I would like to (more...)

Getting connected to the AWS Cloud

One thing that comes up in every clckwrk engagement is the issue of getting connected to the cloud. It’s a common issue so worth lining up the options and seeing which is going to work for you. We’ve listed below the 3 most common  paths for connecting your office or data centre to the AWS cloud and the pro’s and con’s of each. 

Internet - the simplest and by far the most common way (more...)

PeopleSoft on the Oracle Cloud – what does it mean?

There have been a few announcements over the last couple of weeks about the Oracle Public Cloud. But what does it actually mean for the PeopleSoft community?

What is Oracle Public Cloud?PeopleSoft in the Oracle Cloud

The Oracle Public Cloud is Oracle’s competitor to the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) providers that have swiftly risen to create a whole industry that didn’t exist 10 years ago. Because they’re the market leader (by far) everyone automatically thinks of Amazon, however (more...)

Hello Noida-Are You Attending Oracle Cloud Day….

Are you living and/or working in Noida or any place near to it? Do you happen to work with Oracle technologies especially database and it’s related ones? Are you curious to understand technically about Oracle’s Cloud Computing services? Well, then you must attend,

Oracle Cloud Day 26th March 2016

In a first of it’s kind event happening at Oracle’s Noida office, would be bringing you the information about three different aspects of Oracle’s Cloud services-Oracle (more...)

Hello Noida-Are You Attending Oracle Cloud Day….

Are you living and/or working in Noida or any place near to it? Do you happen to work with Oracle technologies especially database and it’s related ones? Are you curious to understand technically about Oracle’s Cloud Computing services? Well, then you must attend,

Oracle Cloud Day 26th March 2016

In a first of it’s kind event happening at Oracle’s Noida office, would be bringing you the information about three different aspects of Oracle’s Cloud services-Oracle (more...)

Knowing Your Cloud From Your SaaS

I have recently spent far too much time in far too many conversations in which the terms "cloud" and "SaaS" are used interchangeably.  Let's be clear:  the two terms are not interchangeable as they describe very different concepts.

Cloud.  There are many definitions out there.  Marketers and sales people.  Engineers.  Industry analysts. The National Institute of Standard and Technology.  Frankly, most of those definitions are either wrong, or they're technically accurate while thoroughly useless. (more...)

What Is This COE Thing?

Since joining Oracle, I've heard this same question repeatedly:  "This Oracle HCM Cloud Center Of Excellence team you've joined...what do they do?"  So I thought I'd attempt to answer that question here in the hopes that people may get some benefit from it.

Be aware that you can search the web and find many definitions regarding a Center of Excellence is and what it does.  Forget that stuff, most of it does not (more...)

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Glance Across Time

Seems like Queen Elizabeth I may have been they wearable tech pioneer of sorts, as alluded to by Chris  Horn (@chrisjhorn) in his Irish Times article, History of wearable devices links watches and Fitbit range. That this innovative device was a clock, or watch should come as no surprise. Timekeeping devices have been evolving for milenia, and the story of the wristwatch is fascinating.

Where better to explore glanceable UIs now the UX du jour (more...)

Configuring a Selenium Test in Developer Cloud Service (DevCS)

This blog entry illustrates how to configure DevCS to run a simple Selenium Test against a very basic web page. Thanks to Nobuhiko Sekiya - Oracle Senior Sales Consultant for his valuable input.

 

The selenium test java class (EasywebappTest.java) inside the eclipse (OEPE 12.2.1.1) project, easywebapp, will just verify the string shown in the web page (top.jsp). To begin, download the simple eclipse project with selenium test, easywebapp.zip, (more...)

SOA Cloud Service & Developer Cloud Service Chapters 15 & 16 by David Craft

David has continued his series on SOACS & DevCS integration and in Chapter 15 David highlights deployment from DevCS to SOACS. Note that David shows how to work with the firewall and proxy in order to successfully deploy your SOA composite to SOACS.

 

In Chapter 16 David explains securing deployment with SSL.

Developer Cloud Service & Agile Methodology

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.

SOACS + DevCS – Chapter 14 – Recap and more

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.