Tag Archives: oracle

the @Oracle #MuShop showcases Oracle Cloud services

Oracle MuShop is a cloud-native reference showcase app of several Oracle Cloud services. The app implements an e-commerce site for cat products built as a set of Microservices.

MuShop reference site

MuShop github

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there is now a @oracle nosql database

you can try the oracle nosql database community edition now and it should also be available in the oracle cloud “always free” tier later this year

oracle docs (there is support for java, node & python)

Think Oracle is just a DB company ? Think again ! @fnproject @graalvm @OracleAPEX @OracleCloud @OracleIOT @OracleJET @OracleLinux

Think Oracle is just a DB company ? Think again !

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@fnproject

@graalvm

@OracleAPEX

@OracleBlockChain

@OracleCloud

@OracleIOT

@OracleJET

@OracleLinux

@OracleWebCasts

Oracle Apex LowCode webdev platform

Oracle Apex LowCode webdev platform (not to be confused with SalesForce Apex) – note Oracle Apex has been included in Oracle Autonomous DB since 2004 !

Learn

Platform

Intro

 

Oracle #IOT CodeCard all programmed up for tomorrows #5GExpo #AiBdExpo #BlockChainExpo #CS&CloudExpo #IOTExpo #2020 @excellondon

Oracle #IOT CodeCard all programmed up for tomorrows #5GExpo #AiBdExpo #BlockChainExpo #CS&CloudExpo #IOTExpo #2020 @excellondon

A short press

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A long press

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B  long press

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NOTE the Oracle CodeCard is based on a SQFMI #badgy

See ALSO #watchy

how to install oracle linux 7 for arm on a raspberry pi 3

how to install oracle linux 7 for arm (aarch64) on a raspberry pi 3 WITHOUT having to sing in and download the oracle linux 7 CD or DVD ISO

get balena etcher

get an oracle 7 image

burn image to SD card

note you won’t even need to uncompress the image or anything like that. Etcher is capable of reading the xz format

boot from SD card

bletch

refs

BONUS PROJECT

 

It may be obvious by now that I am a ‘lazy’ ‘ONE pkg person’ for example ive been using Firefox on every home/corp desktop and VirtualBox on every home/corp desktop for many years now !

Yes I know there are OTHER browsers and OTHER hypervisors but I only want to learn ONE tool whatever my hardware platform is !

That is my excuse why my Raspberry Pi’s B/B+ have been gathering dust as i cant face learning a distro (raspbian ?) JUST for ARM. So at OOWLON last week I was shocked to learn Oracle Linux 7 has been available for over 2 years (and that there is a specific oracle yum repo for ARM – apparently AARCH64 means ARM)

 

AARCH64 YUM

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