Application Container Cloud and Multi Tenant Services – Oracle embracing 3rd party technologies and open source projects

Lucas Jellema

The Oracle PaaS cloud is turning into the next generation application server platform. More specifically: Oracle has announced the roadmap for the Application Container Cloud Service (not to be confused with the plain Container Cloud Service which runs pre built Docker containers without looking into them). The Application Container Cloud […]

Continuous Delivery Pipeline – Overview, considerations and tools for Oracle Database and Fusion Middleware

It is important to consider the broad range of tools and product for creating your Continuous Delivery Pipeline. From this perspective we share our vision on the Continuous Delivery Pipeline specifically for the Oracle stack. This document is an overview and guide for the complete delivery pipeline and shows our […]

Using the ICS Connectivity Agent with an On-Premises Database

In this third article about the Connectivity Agent we deep-dive into the details. We learn how to use the ICS Connectivity Agent in combination with an on-premises database. For more information about the architecture and installation of the agent I recommend to read these two articles first. This article continuous where the previous article about the […]

Content-Based Routing with Integration Cloud Service

Robert van Molken

In my previous article I discussed the fall updates of Integration Cloud Service. One of the features in this update is the possibility for content-based routing within integrations. I came across this feature during UKOUG Tech 15 in the beginning of December. In an two our hands-on lab I had […]

Integration Cloud Service Fall Updates (2015)

Robert van Molken

With the current Cloud strategy that drives Oracle also the release cycle approach has changed. Currently there is a 3 months release cycle for most cloud services. Oracle strives to shrink the release cycle even more in the future. One of these cloud services is the Integration Cloud Service. Between november […]

Oracle and Mobile – an overview

Luc Gorissen 3

  This article had the working title ‘blurred lines’ because I felt that people might be confused about what Oracle offers in the mobile space. However, putting it on the internet with that title is not a good idea, because it would attract lots of people that are looking for […]

Oracle Cloud en de Europese Privacy regels; waar moeten we op letten?

Sander Mastwijk

Als Oracle gebruiker ziet u de mogelijkheden van de Oracle Cloud.  De grote flexibiliteit, de mogelijkheid om capaciteit bij en af te schalen, instant diensten en het maandelijkse verrekenmodel. Alleen al de korte doorlooptijd voor (tijdelijke) omgevingen en de verminderde beheerinspanning kunnen leiden tot een flinke verbetering in efficiëntie. Zo bent u minder bezig met de dagelijkse operatie van […]

First flight into the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service

Emiel Paasschens

Last week I attended the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) track as part of the Oracle Summer Camps in Lisbon. Besides the great location and networking opportunities, it’s was a great learning experience. It turned out it not only was the first MCS training for me, it even was the […]