Every application has data that needs to be tracked. In this post, we'll look at how easy it is to persist your custom metrics data with the Java SDK and then slice, dice and analyze that data directly within the Oracle Cloud console!
Announcing Oracle NoSQL Database Cloud Service. This self-driving database service enables developers to easily deploy massive-scale applications, including UI personalization, shopping carts, online fraud detection, gaming, and advertising.
In the final entry to this critically acclaimed and award winning trilogy, we'll examine using triggers to publish changes from our database to a stream so that other services can know when our data changes!
Note: This post was updated to include the latest available release of PHP as well as simplified installation intstructions for Oracle Instant Client introduced starting with 19c. We recently added PHP 7.4 to our repos on Oracle Linux yum server. These repos include also include the PHP OCI8 extenstion to connect your PHP applications to Oracle database. In this post I describe the steps to install PHP 7.4, PHP OCI8 and Oracle Instant Client on Oracle Linux to connect PHP...