In this post, we'll deploy our microservice as a Docker container
and store the Docker image in OCIR.
In this post, we'll deploy our microservice with the tested
persistence tier in place to our production environment which
utilizes Autonomous DB in the cloud.
In this post, we'll add Testcontainers to our application to make
sure our tests run against Oracle DB in our CI/CD pipeline.
In this post, we'll wire up a persistence tier to our microservice
and address some of the challenges that come along with that task.
In this post, I'll show you how to use an Oracle Cloud Vault as a
secure, distributed config store with your Micronaut applications.
In this post, we'll revisit our microservice deployment and see how
we can accomplish the same goal by using the OCI Gradle plugin.
In this post, we'll look at deploying our microservice to a VM in
the Oracle Cloud with GitHub Actions using the OCI CLI.
In this post, we'll look at using Oracle UCP for connection pooling
in a Micronaut application.
In this post, we'll create and run some tests in our pipeline and
publish our test reports as build artifacts.