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Author Archives: Mark Nelson
Session catalog for DevLive Level Up 2023 released!
Hi again! In this earlier post, I mentioned that I am speaking at Level Up 2023. The session catalog has just been released on the event website. You can find my sessions in this stream: Data strategies for developers – … Continue reading
I’m speaking at Level Up 2023
Hi! I am going to be speaking at the Level Up 2023 event at Oracle Redwood Shores in March. I will talking about our new Developer Previews for both Oracle Backend for Spring Boot and Oracle Backend for Parse Platform, … Continue reading
A first Spring Boot microservice with Oracle
In this post, I want to walk through creating a first simple Spring Boot microservice using Oracle. If you want to follow along, see this earlier post about setting up a development environment. I want to create a “customer” microservice … Continue reading
Two new Backend as a Service offerings live now!
Hi everyone! For the last few months I have been working on two projects which have just gone live with their first “Developer Preview” releases. If you’d like to check them out and see what I have been up to, … Continue reading
Development environment setup for Spring Boot with Oracle
Hi again! I am starting a series of posts about writing Spring Boot microservice applications with the Oracle Database, I plan to cover topics like databsae access, messaging, external configuration, service discovery, fault tolerance, workflow, observability and so on. But … Continue reading
Oracle REST Data Services 22.3 brings new REST APIs for Transactional Event Queueing
Oracle REST Data Services 22.3 was released a couple of weeks ago, and it is now available on Oracle Autonomous Database as well! This release has a slew of new REST APIs for Oracle Transactional Event Queueing (or TxEventQ). If … Continue reading
Getting started with the new observability exporter for Oracle database
My colleague Paul Parkinson recently published our new unified obserability exporter for Oracle Database on GitHub, you can read about it here. I wanted to start playing around with it to see what we can do with it. In this … Continue reading
New web page for Oracle Transactional Event Queueing
The new web page for Oracle Transactional Event Queueing is live and has lots of great information including sample code, links to hands-on labs, documentation and some user stories! Hope you can check it out!
Creating a stored procedure (dare I call it a microservice?) to automatically process events on a queue
In this post I want to look at how to create a stored procedure in the database to automatically process events as they are produced on a Transactional Event Queue (TEQ). Having a small, discrete piece of code that processes … Continue reading
Java to get go-routine-like virtual threads!
Yay! Java is finally going to get some lightweight threads, a bit like go-routines, which allow you to create threads in the JVM without each one consuming an OS thread! I’m looking forward to trying it out in Java 19. … Continue reading
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