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For those who are interested in the Chef and Puppet sample code we published on github, please enjoy this video:
In case you missed the public announcement made on Stackoverflow, OTN and on JDBC Forum – Oracle is now making JDBC and UCP drivers available in our Maven repository (https://maven.oracle.com). You can learn more in this blog.
With Edwin Biemond Oracle official sample Chef cookbooks and Puppet modules are now available on Oracle’s official GitHub page at https://github.com/oracle/chef-samples and https://github.com/oracle/puppet-samples for Java, WebLogic and Fusion Middleware. Chef and Puppet are arguably the most popular provisioning frameworks and … Continue reading
Originally posted on Coherence Down Under:
There are a number of Tutorials on using Oracle’s Java Cloud Service (JCS). One in particular shows how to configure a Coherence instance in JCS. See here for more details. For the full list…
Recently, I participated in an OTN ArchBeat panel discussion on Docker with Edwin Biemond, Lucas Jellema, Jim Clark and Matt Wright. We chatted about topics like Docker’s readiness for production use, how Docker and containerization in general impact our views … Continue reading
Whew! The third and final broadcast of the Oracle Technology Network Virtual Technology Summit just finished with the APAC broadcast a few minutes ago. If you missed it – I had a session called “Getting Started with the Oracle Maven … Continue reading
More good news, Nexus 2.11.2 is now available and supports proxying the Oracle Maven Repository, in both the OSS and Pro versions. You can find all the details here including a video demonstration. The Sonatype guys, especially Manfred Moser (@simpligility) … Continue reading