Creating a Custom Plugin in Grafana using React

Laura Broekstra 5

Grafana gives you a straightforward way of creating dashboards for monitoring metrics, like status and health of IoT devices. Several types of visualizations are already available when developing the dashboard. If the choices aren’t sufficient, Grafana supports the ability to add custom plugins. In this post I will create a custom plugin in React, which can be used in Grafana, in order to show data in a nested tree table.

The Pipelined Pancake Party – demonstrating the Power of Parallelization and Pipelining in JavaScript with Promises and Asynchronous Generators

Lucas Jellema

This article is an attempt to demonstrate the performance gains – and programming elegance – that is at our disposal with the advent of asynchronous generators in ES 2018 (JavaScript), for example in Node 10 and later. With asynchronous generators and Promises, we can implement parallel, asynchronous and pipelined processing […]

InfluxDB V2.0 – Stack Implementation Proof of Concept

Sam Vruggink 2

This blogpost will give you detailed instructions and information regarding the InfluxDB stack. Since February 2019 InfluxDB now consists not only the database itself, but also Telegraf, Chronograf and Kapacitor. Later you’ll read about what every part of the stack does. 18-2-2019: Living on the bloody edge, do not run […]

ADF Performance Monitor brings performance improvements and Insight at Intris

Frank Houweling

Intris is the leading Belgian provider of freight forwarding, customs and warehousing management solutions. Headquartered in Antwerp, Intris provides its integrated software and cloud-based solutions to logistics services providers in Belgium and the Netherlands. Ben Rombouts is Chief Operating Officer at Intris. Recently he has written a detailed review on […]

Generic Docker container image for running and dynamically reloading an Oracle JET application from a Git repository

Lucas Jellema

This article introduces a Docker Container Image that runs an Oracle JET application from a Git repository and is capable of dynamic reload of that application when the repository contents get updated. The container image sources are on GitHub in repository https://github.com/lucasjellema/docker-oracle-jet-run-live-reload. It has been pushed to Docker Hub as […]

ADF Performance Tuning: Avoid a Long Browser Load Time

Frank Houweling

It is not always easy to troubleshoot ADF performance problems – it is often complicated. Many parts needs to be measured, analyzed and considered. While looking for performance problems at the usual suspects (ADF application, database, network), the real problem can also be found in the often overlooked browser load […]

Implementing Authentication for REST API calls from JET Applications embedded in ADF or WebCenter Portal using JSON Web Token (JWT)

Lucas Jellema 1

The situation discussed in this article is as follows: a rich client web application (JavaScript based, could be created with Oracle JET or based on Angular/Vue/React/Ember/…) is embedded in an ADF or WebCenter Portal application. Users are authenticated in that application through a regular login procedure that leverages the OPSS […]

Recording, slides and code resources for Oracle Code session: Real Time UI with Apache Kafka Streaming Analytics of Fast Data and Server Push

Lucas Jellema

On YouTube, you will find the 44 min recording of my talk on Oracle Code San Francisco (October 2017):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khP3yHmbtpM The slides are on SlideShare: Real Time UI with Apache Kafka Streaming Analytics of Fast Data and Server Push (OracleCode San Francisco 2017) from Lucas Jellema All code sources are […]

Getting started with Oracle JET: a CRUD service

Bram Kaashoek

Introduction AMIS has recently set up a brand new Enterprise Web Application team, of which I am proud to be a member. We will working in front-end development using a variety of Javascript based frameworks. As a first framework, we are currently investigating Oracle JET.  After working through the Oracle […]