Oracle Functions is currently in limited preview and is expected to soon reach wider availability. Rolando Carrasco did this write up on Medium about his first experiences with Oracle Functions. Oracle Functions is a managed PaaS service, based on Project Fn. It supports a serverless architecture with light weight functions […]
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage is a public cloud service for storing data to which you need fast, immediate, and frequent access. As Oracle states: “The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage service is an internet-scale, high-performance storage platform that offers reliable and cost-efficient data durability. The Object Storage service can […]
A valuable capability that organizations using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure have available is internet intelligence. This capability allows you to monitor the health and accessibility of your web site’s or web application’s host – from over 30 locations across the world. You enter the IP address of the host and the […]
In order to provision a Kubernetes cluster on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, you need to prepare the OCI tenancy and create a compartment with appropriate network configuration and associated resources. All set up can be performed through the console – but this is quite tedious, error prone and outright stupid if […]
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is Oracle’s second generation infrastructure as a service offering – that support many components including compute nodes, networks, storage, Kubernetes clusters and Database as a Service. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure can be administered through a GUI – a browser based console – as well as through a REST […]
R uses data extensively. Data often resides in a database. In this blog I will describe installing and using dplyr, dbplyr and ROracle on Windows 10 to access data from an Oracle database and use it in R.