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  • July 5, 2017

Connecting Java Applications to Database Cloud Services

Nirmala Sundarappa
Principal Product Manager

Oracle Database Service on Cloud offers access to the Oracle Database with Oracle providing the computing power, physical storage, and tools for maintenance and management operations.  The Oracle database with full access to the features and operations can be created within few minutes.  There are several database service deployment choices and these choices allow you to start at the cost and capability level suitable to your use case and then gives you the choices to adapt as your requirements change over time.

This blog addresses the prerequisites and pointers for connecting Java applications, Java containers, and Plain Java programs to any database service on cloud.

Oracle Database Cloud Service (DBCS)

Oracle Database Cloud Service(DBCS) provides the full power of the Oracle Database in the cloud for any type of application.  Customers can connect to the compute node where the database instance is running through a SSH tunnel.   You can use all standard network(TCP) connections to connect to the database.  The following link furnishes a step-by-step instructions to verify the successful connection to DBCS.

Using Java Applications and IDEs with Oracle Database Cloud Service (DBCS)
 

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database (OCI)

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database (OCI)  offers the full power of the Oracle Database on a low latency, highly configurable and secure Virtual Cloud Network.  Customers can connect to the compute node where the database instance is running through a SSH tunnel.   You can use the standard network(TCP) connections to connect to the database. The following link furnishes a step-by-step instructions to verify the successful connection to OCI.

Using Java Applications and IDEs with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database (OCI)

Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service (EECS) - Fully Managed

Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service (EECS) is a FULLY MANAGED database service targeted for production applications that consist of small to medium sized data.  It is also ideal for developers, testers, evaluators, and other users who are looking for a full Oracle Database experience at an affordable entry level price.  EECS mandates SSL connections using TLSv1.2.  Java applications require Java Key Store (JKS) file or Oracle Wallets while connecting to this database service.  The following links furnish a step-by-step instructions to verify the successful connection to EECS.

Initial Steps for Using Java with Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service (EECS)

Using Java EE Containers with Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service (EECS)

Using Java Developer Tools with Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service (EECS)

JDBC Trouble Shooting Tips for Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service (EECS)


 



 

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