Playing with ADWC (Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud Service)

Oracle has launched Oracle 18c and the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud Service (ADWC). Many people call the Oracle 18c as the Autonomous database, and this is a huge mistake! Oracle 18c (that is in reality Oracle 12.2.0.2) is not an

Playing with Oracle Ravello – Migrating your VMs to the Cloud

Hello everyone, A few years back we had the boom of the “Private Cloud” rush, where everyone started to implement virtualization technologies to make a better use of it Infrastructure resources and improve high availability, scalability and innovation! Now to

The Forgotten Link To The Cloud

(Note: This article was also published at Oracle.com – https://blogs.oracle.com/database/the-forgotten-link-to-the-cloud) Last year when presenting a session at Collaborate’17 in Las Vegas regarding Tips and Best Practices for DBAs, I went thru the evolution of the DBA profession and also gave

Jarvis Pizzeria: Aborting a Process

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| Apr 17, 2018
In this blog entry, we will take a look at the way a dynamic process deals with a process that ends with an exception. We will implement this in our “Register Order” process.

We modeled the process as depicted below:




When saved, published and activated, we start a new dynamic process; of course through our famous form:


The expectation is that Register Order starts and that we can start executing the task. When we open (more...)

Playing with Oracle Cloud – Creating a Hybrid DR Deployment

On this article, we will create a Hybrid Disaster Recovery (DR by using Data Guard) Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployment with a primary database on-premises and a standby database in the cloud. This can be used to implement an improve the high

Playing with Oracle Database Cloud – Migrating to Cloud using an Oracle Cloud Backup

The idea for this scenario is to learn how to migrate an Oracle Database from on-premises to Oracle Cloud DBaaS by using a previously done backup using Oracle Cloud Backup Services. First, we will create an Oracle Database Cloud Services database

Playing with Oracle Database Cloud Backup Service

This article will show you how easy is to make use of Oracle Cloud to securely store all our on-premises Oracle Database Backups. Note that backups stored in Oracle Cloud can also be used to create new Oracle Database Instances

Jarvis Pizzeria: Markers and Conditions

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| Apr 2, 2018
In this post we do a deep dive into the fundamentals of markers and conditions. But first one step back, what are markers and conditions and what do they have to do with each other?

For Dynamic Processes we recognize the following markers:

  • Repeatable: controls whether a stage, activity or milestone is repeatable.
  • Auto Complete: controls the completion of a stage instance.
  • Manually Activated: controls the activation of a stage or activity instance.
  • Required: controls (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria: At the PaaS Forum

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| Mar 18, 2018
The annual Partner PaaS Forum was held in Budapest Hungary this year. The full Jarvis Pizzeria team attended the PaaS Forum and as always Jürgen delivered a great program with lots of interesting content.
On Monday, since last year in Split, the Community Day we got to take the stage and present about Jarvis Pizzeria and Dynamic Processes within the Oracle Integration Cloud. A great opportunity to show some of the highlight and content of (more...)

Playing with 18c on Oracle Database Cloud Service – How to use and create a database STEP by STEP

  The Oracle Database Cloud Service (ODBCS)  is the DBaaS  extension of Virtual Image Service and includes additional automation for database provisioning during service creation, backup, recovery, and patching. While you are still responsible for the complete management of the environment,

Jarvis Pizzeria: The PCS Mobile app

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| Mar 5, 2018
PCS also comes with a mobile app for the end users. It’s available for iOS and Android devices (search for ‘Oracle Process Mobile’ in the PlayStore or the AppStore) . The app provides access to tasks in both connected and disconnected mode.

Compared to the browser features, there are a few differences. These are listed in the table below (this table comes directly from the oracle documentation).



But let's just have a look at how the (more...)

Playing with Google Authenticator and Oracle Cloud – Securing SSH to Oracle account with two factor authentication

The Requirement Increase security when connecting via SSH to the Oracle OS account at Oracle Cloud by implementing two factor authentication (TFA or 2FA). The Environment Oracle Cloud Instance OS: Oracle Linux 6.9 The Implementation For this exercise we will

Jarvis Pizzeria: Fourth step in Implementing the Order Processing, Decision Model

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| Feb 25, 2018
In our previous blog we gave an overview of the various type of decisions that are available for a Decision Model. In this blog we show by means of an example that Decision Models can also be used for making complex decisions. We are going to make a decision model that determines the order of preparation of the pizzas in an order.
The order of preparation is determined by the baking time, the total preparation (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria: The various Decisions of a Decision Model

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| Feb 19, 2018
In one of our next posts we will implement the Decision Model in the Order Process. Before we do that we first explain the various type of decisions that are available for a Decision Model.

The Decision Model editor in PCS (Process Cloud Service) or the later OIC (Oracle Integration Cloud) supports the DMN (Decision Modeling Notation) standard version 1.1, and uses FEEL (Friendly Enough Expression Language) to make decision modeling easier and more (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria: Activating activities and attaining milestones

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| Feb 11, 2018
In our previous blogs we have given a brief overview of the look-and-feel of the dynamic process possibilities within PCS. In this blog we take a dive into the activation of activities, how milestones can be attained and how rules are configured to make sure that the correct actions are triggered when conditions are met.

Let's take a look at our dynamic Jarvis overview first. In the picture below we came up with three stages: (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria: The logic underneath the Dynamic Process

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| Feb 4, 2018
In our previous blog we have made the first set up of our dynamic process. We created several stages and had the first processes, human tasks and milestones in there. Now that we have the first draft of the dynamic process, it is time to actually call some processes and human tasks from our dynamic process.
In this blog we will explain how that is done. We already had imported the Preparation Process Application. But (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria: Setting up the Dynamic Process

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| Jan 28, 2018
In this blog we will implement a first version of the preparation of an order using a dynamic process. We continue where blog one stopped. The imported order process is extended with an example dynamic process.



We open the DynamicOrderProcess, which should still contains the example. We will build this so that it contains the Pizza ordering process. However, when opening the Process, we can see that the example is no longer there. Apparently, the (more...)

VBCS: Create your Mobile Application

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| Jan 24, 2018
Now that we have set up a first stable version of our application within VBCS, it is time to explore the mobile capabilities of VBCS. It leverage the capabilities of MAX (Mobile Accelerator) and is build in to the VBCS platform.
This blog post will take you through the basics of the functionality.

We start by sharing our application resources of the build VBCS web application. In the security properties we toggle to enable Resource (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria: Getting started with Dynamic Processes

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| Jan 23, 2018
Getting started with the new integration cloud, the cloud that brings ICS, VBCS and PCS together. This also includes the introduction of dynamic processes, Oracle's new approach for adaptive case management. This introductory blog consists mainly of an overview of the different parts of dynamic processes. In addition, some differences between PCS and the Integration Cloud are discussed.


First step: import the Jarvis Pizza Preparation application. The location of this menu option is changed but (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria in Case Management Style

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| Jan 14, 2018
As our business grows and our digitalisation kicks in, it is time to reevaluate our process setup. We are happy with our processes in Process Cloud, they are easy to set up and we can manage our process from Ordering a Pizza al the way through to delivery. 
However as with any BPMN, this a very structured process. Sometimes we require a bit more flexibility. 

We had a good chat with our friends (more...)