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I recently did a talk with Peter Nagy where we compared Java and Go microservices performance. We published a write up in the Helidon blog over at Medium.
In this previous post, we talked about how to create a WebLogic datasource for an ATP database. In that example we put the ATP wallet into the domain directly, which is fine if your domain is on a secure environment, but … Continue reading
In this post I am going to share details about how to configure a WebLogic data source to use ATP. If you are not familiar with ATP, it is the new Autonomous Transaction Processing service on Oracle Cloud. It provides a fully … Continue reading
Wercker’s new Steps Store just went live and you can read all about it here: http://blog.wercker.com/steps-launch-of-new-steps-store In case you don’t know – Wercker is Oracle’s cloud-based (SaaS) CI/CD platform, which you can use for free at http://www.wercker.com. Steps are reusable … Continue reading
I am very happy to be able to announce that we have just released and open sourced the Oracle WebLogic Server Kubernetes Operator, which I have been working on with a great team of people for the last few months! … Continue reading
In case you missed it, Oracle has certified WebLogic Server on Kubernetes. You can read all the details here: https://blogs.oracle.com/weblogicserver/weblogic-server-certification-on-kubernetes
I’m sure many of you have already heard the news, but in case you missed it, you might want to read all about it here!
“Oracle today announced the general availability of Java SE 9 (JDK 9), Java Platform Enterprise Edition 8 (Java EE 8) and the Java EE 8 Software Development Kit (SDK). “ You can read the Oracle Press Release here: “Oracle Announces … Continue reading
Read about it over here: https://blogs.oracle.com/developers/oracle-joins-cncf-doubles-down-further-on-kubernetes