Tag Archives: Java

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

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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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Configuring a Java application to connect to Autonomous Database using Mutual TLS

In this post, I am going to explain how to configure a standalone Java (SE) application to connect to an Oracle Autonomous Database instance running in Oracle Cloud using Mutual TLS. The first thing you are going to need is … Continue reading

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New (HotSpot) JDK adds JRMC and Flight Recorder

Oracle has just released JDK 7u40 which includes some pretty useful new features – most notable for me is the inclusion of JRockit Mission Control and Flight Recorder, giving us a lot more tools for recording and analyzing performance information … Continue reading

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Java 7 is nearly here…

That’s right, Java 7 is just around the corner. Here’s a few of the new language features that I really like: Match on Strings in a switch statement No longer do we have to write those ugly case statements like … Continue reading

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