This document describes what's new in Oracle Java Cloud Service.
This document describes what's new in Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension
This video shows you how to enable the SuiteCloud Development Framework (SDF) in your NetSuite account. This video is part one of a three part series that shows you how to set up SDF and enable NetSuite for your SuiteCloud IDE. This video demonstrates the following:
This video shows you how to verify your Java version and install Eclipse for SuiteCloud development. This video is part two of a three part series that shows you how to set up SDF and enable NetSuite for Eclipse. This video demonstrates the following:
This 10-minute tutorial shows you how to connect an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance to an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database.
Oracle's Autonomous Transaction Processing cloud service provides all of the performance of the market-leading Oracle Database in an environment that is tuned and optimized for transaction processing workloads. Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing ( or ATP ) service provisions in a few minutes and requires very little manual ongoing administration and is therefore ideal for developers to build and test their applications.
Often times, you would prefer to interact with your cloud services programmatically over REST rather than log into the cloud console and click through screens. Besides, by creating your own deployment and management scripts you can save and reuse your deployments, set gold standards and in fact store entire application infrastructure stacks as version controlled code.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure APIs are typical REST APIs that use HTTPS requests and responses and support HTTPS and SSL protocol TLS 1.2, the most secure industry standards.
Also, All Oracle Cloud Infrastructure API requests must be signed for authentication purposes. To create and sign your API requests, you must –
While these seem like a lot of steps and can make your curl statements look sick, they are meant to avoid using username/passwords and are based on the draft-cavage-httpsignatures-08 specification for secure communication over the internet.
Let's take a look at how to generate REST calls to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure using a popular scripting language, node.js. While we are using node.js to build some sample calls to create and list Autonomous Database services, you may use similar concepts to build scripts in Python, Golang, Ruby, Perl, Java, C#, bash or even curl!
Configure role-based access for Java Applications in an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance.
This tutorial will show you how to provision Java Cloud Service (JCS) to install and configure Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) by instance with the ODI option prior to installing ODI on JCS.
This tutorial provides instructions for provisioning a clustered Oracle Java Cloud Service domain prior to installing and configuring Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service on it.
The topology of the domain that you create can vary, depending upon how many virtual machines and how many Managed Servers that you provision as part of your Oracle Java Cloud Service subscription.
This tutorial provides instructions for creating a clustered Oracle Java Cloud Service (JCS) domain and provisioning Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Cloud Service to it.