Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS): Using the Application Cache from a Spring Boot application

Maarten Smeets

Spring Boot allows you to quickly develop microservices. Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS) allows you to easily host Spring Boot applications. Oracle provides an Application Cache based on Coherence which you can use from applications deployed to ACCS. In order to use the Application Cache from Spring Boot, Oracle provides […]

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 […]

Deploying an Oracle JET application to Application Container Cloud and running on Node.js

Lucas Jellema 2

An article from the Oracle A-Team (http://www.ateam-oracle.com/oracle-jet-with-nodejs/) describes how to run a sample Oracle JET application on a Node.js server. I have followed the steps in that article, ran the JET application locally and then configured the application for deployment to the Oracle Application Container Cloud. Subsequently, I created a […]

REST API on Node.js and Express for data retrieved from Oracle Database with node-oracledb Database Driver running on Application Container Cloud

Lucas Jellema 8

This article is a follow up on my previous article Linking Application Container Cloud to DBaaS – Expose REST API from node.js application leveraging node-oracle-database driver. That article describes how a simple Node.js application is configured for deployment on the Oracle Application Container Cloud and how it leverages the node-oracledb […]

Reflections after Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – PaaS Foundation (WebLogic, Coherence, JCS and Application Container Cloud Service)

Lucas Jellema

The foundation for most of the Oracle Public Cloud Platform services is the Java Cloud Service (JCS) that itself is powered by WebLogic Server. The same WebLogic that Oracle customers use as underpinning for their middleware platforms and business applications, either on traditional infrastructure, on the Exalogic engineered system or […]