DevOps With Oracle DeveloperCS, Ansible and Docker

This blog shows a sample DevOps cycle using combination of Oracle Developer Cloud Service & Ansible playbook. Scenario: An organization wants to setup DevOps practice with Oracle public cloud for Dev & test. However production still remains on-premise. In such case Oracle Developer cloud service can deploy artifacts(e.g. JAR file) to JCS (Java cloud Service) […]

Build ATG Commerce applications in Oracle Developer Cloud

  Introduction This post will demonstrate how to setup and build an Oracle ATG Commerce application in Oracle Developer Cloud Service (devCS). There are multiple ways to accomplish several steps described in this post. Things will intentionally be shown in a way to help give an understanding of how to accomplish tasks in a variety […]

CI/CD with Mobile Cloud Services

Introduction Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) is a popular practice in modern development teams. The idea behind these concepts is to automate as much as possible from the deployment cycle with as little human interaction as possible. This is done by writing tests at several levels. Each time a change is made, the tests will run […]

Automated Deployment to SOA Cloud Services using Developer Cloud Services

Introduction The process of deploying SOA Projects to Oracle SOA Cloud Services (SOACS) can be significantly simplified and streamlined using the Oracle Developer Cloud Services (DevCS) by facilitating the inbuilt Maven and GIT repositories. This article is a walk-through on how create a SOA Project in JDeveloper and get it deployed on SOACS using DevCS. […]

Uploading a file to Oracle storage cloud service using REST API

Introduction This is the second part of a two part article which demonstrates how to upload data in near-real time from an on-premise oracle database to Oracle Storage Cloud Service. In the previous article of this series, we demonstrated Oracle GoldenGate functionality to write to a flat file using Apache Flume File Roll Sink. If you would […]

Best Practices – Data movement between Oracle Storage Cloud Service and HDFS

Introduction Oracle Storage Cloud Service should be the central place for persisting raw data produced from another PaaS services and also the entry point for data that is uploaded from the customer’s data center. Big Data Cloud Service ( BDCS ) supports data transfers between Oracle Storage Cloud Service and HDFS. Both Hadoop and Oracle […]

Automated unit tests with Node.JS and Developer Cloud Services

Introduction Oracle’s Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) is a great tool for teams of developers. It provides great tools for continuous delivery, continuous integration, team collaboration, scrum boards, code repositories and so on. When using these feature, you can leverage the best practices in an application lifecycle to deliver high quality and manageable code. One of […]

Testing Oracle ATG Commerce with ATG Dust

  Introduction ATG Dust is a Java unit testing framework based on JUnit meant for use with Oracle ATG Commerce.   How ATG Dust works In a non ATG application, when you create a unit test against a class, the test is often executing by instantiating the class directly, and calling methods inside it. Code […]

Cloud Security: Seamless Federated SSO for PaaS and Fusion-based SaaS

Introduction Oracle Fusion-based SaaS Cloud environments can be extended in many ways. While customization is the standard activity to setup a SaaS environment for your business needs, chances are that you want to extend your SaaS for more sophisticated use cases. In general this is not a problem and Oracle Cloud offers a great number […]

Building Oracle ATG Commerce with Maven

Introduction This article will provide an overview of using Maven to build code and create modules for Oracle ATG Commerce. A sample that builds the Commerce Reference Store for Oracle ATG Commerce 11.2 is available at https://github.com/oracle/atg-build-tools/tree/master/atg-crs-11.2-maven   Understanding Oracle ATG Commerce modules, and their relationship to Maven In order to effectively use Maven with […]

Jumpstarting Development on the Cloud – Part 1 : Standardizing a Workflow

Introduction This article introduces you to a standardized multi-user workflow for the Oracle Developer Cloud Service. The intent is to showcase a how a team starting on the Oracle developer Cloud Service would collaborate on code to address various requirements and use-cases in a typical SDLC model. We present a popular branching and merging model that lets […]

Jumpstarting Development on the Cloud – Part 2 : Packaging and Build

  Introduction The Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) is a cloud-based software development Platform as a Service (PaaS) and a hosted environment for your application development infrastructure. It provides an open source standards-based solution to develop, collaborate on, and deploy applications within Oracle Cloud. Some of the core features offered by DevCS include a hosted […]