In my previous blogpost I explained how forms in PCS are created and what basic options are available. Now I would like to go deeper into the details of rules and business objects.
Let’s start with rules.
The form canvas has a row of tiny buttons in the top right. The left one switches between rules and the form itself. Click that and the canvas changes to the list of rules (if already created). A new (more...)
Oracle Process Cloud Service is a PaaS (Platform as a Service) offering which centers around designing and managing (stand alone) business processes in the cloud. The focus is once again on business analysts and other non-technical people to automate business processes. Oracle has keyed them “citizen developers”. One of the features is the option to create forms that fulfill the “human task” interaction in the BPM process.
This weekend, while preparing for a demo during Oracle OpenWorld 2016, I found a for me new way of publishing a new [version of an]application to Application Container Cloud: through Storage Cloud. The application archive – zip or tar – can be stored on Storage Cloud and the deployment to ACCS can be performed from Storage Cloud. I am not yet sure if this makes for a better automated workflow. What it does give me (more...)
You're used to working on your Non-Functional Requirements (NFR's) - we're used to worrying about how secure our systems are, how many users they will support, how resilient they are to the failure of a component. What we're not used to thinking about are Non-Functional Opportunities - (NFO's) what are the unforeseen benefits that the business will find when they use IT?
The cloud blows the non-functional requirement (NFR) out of the water. You want (more...)
Recently, I used Heroku to deploy a website in the great wide open!
In this blogpost I want to tell about my first steps using Heroku, including the rookie mistakes I made: so you don’t have to make them.
Heroku in a nutshell:
“Heroku is a cloud platform that lets companies build, deliver, monitor and scale apps”
You can deploy your NodeJS application (or Rails or..) there with a simple git push.
The app (more...)
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...)
User Experience matters in business. Ever experienced frustration using an ATM or in-flight entertainment system? Think about how you felt and what it meant for that business. This short presentation explains why UX matters… it’s you and your business that wins …
With my recent role as CTO/Advisor with www.analytos.com, during most of my conversation with Analytics leaders within the company, all are concern over security. At a recent conversation with another entrepreneur friend, one of his solution was stalled due to SQL injection issue on the cloud ( a valid concern , but is it valid ?) .
During my recent startup sting, cloud Allergy word was coined, and it did make sense, because allergies do exist and (more...)
In a previous post I explained what Node.js is and how it works. Now, I’ll help you install it and create your first Node.js powered webpage.
MCS, or Mobile Cloud Services, is Oracle’s relatively new PaaS tool for provisioning your data to mobile devices or IoT devices. And actually, it’s a pretty simple tool. MCS aims at simplifying the creation of mobile API’s (especially REST API’s) on existing or newly build web services. It delivers an enterprise Mobile Backend-as a-Service (MBaaS).
On top of that, mobile applications can be created. MCS supports natively build apps, hybrid apps or one of the no-code app development (more...)
Higher eduction establishments around the world use Peoplesoft Campus Solutions from Oracle to manage their key business processes.
In this reference architecture we look at the key requirements for Campus Solutions and the technical solutions that can be deployed on the Amazon Web Services Cloud.
Availability: Campus solutions needs a high availability infrastructure to ensure that both the administrative and student users can access data at all times. This solution uses multiple web and (more...)
No, this isn't a customer success story. And this isn't the typical post about some awesome stuff that you can do with technology. This time it is actually about knowledge in a different kind. Lightbend would love to know how you use the Cloud, Containers and Microservices in your daily work. How Enterprises are adopting these technologies and last but not least, how influential are the decisions that are made in development to the final (more...)
A few years ago, I taught an online class in Oracle database administration for the University of Washington. Every student was given their own virtual machine for the duration of the class, courtesy of Amazon. It was ridiculously simple to clone, start, stop, and destroy virtual machines using the Amazon CLI (command line interface). All students had full SSH and SQL*Net access to their virtual machines in the Amazon cloud. At that time, Oracle had (more...)
At clckwrk we managed Oracle on the AWS Cloud. First rule of being a DBA - check the alert log.
The database alert log is the file where the database logs core activity and any messages that the DBA needs to understand what the database is doing, any tuning that needs to happen at the database level and any errors that the database is producing. It's the errors that are critical for us as they (more...)
Do you want to lower the costs of your database estate? Are you trying to stay inside the license purchases you’ve made? Maybe looking to simplify the admin across servers, storage, networks and DBA?
It’s a question we get asked over and over in a world where there are great advantages in adopting the next generation of Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Next Generation database platforms. Seeing AWS park its tanks on Oracles lawn (more...)
Did you take a backup first? Of course you did. In this post we look at one way to simply back up your Oracle database in the AWS cloud. We're planning on making this the first in a series of Quick Guides for working with Oracle and public cloud. We hope you like it, please follow, comment or like if we're hitting the spot! This example uses a self managed database, rather than RDS, so (more...)