Deploying a node.js application to the Oracle Application Container Cloud Service by Lucas Jellema
By Juergen Kress Oracle-Oracle on May 18, 2016
This article describes my first steps with the fairly new Oracle Application Container Cloud [Service]. At this point in time, Oracle Application Container Cloud includes Oracle Java SE Cloud Service, which lets you deploy Java applications to the Oracle Cloud, and Oracle Node Cloud Service, which lets you deploy Node.js applications to the Oracle Cloud. In the near future, support will be add for different types of applications, such as Ruby, Python, and PHP. Through Service Bindings to other Oracle PaaS Service instances, it is easy to integrate applications running on the Application Container Cloud with for example a DBaaS instance or the Messaging Cloud Service. I will cover that integration in a follow up article.
This article will show how a
simple node.js application is made to run on the Application Container
Cloud. This application serves up a static HTML file that contains
implemented by the node.js application and the corresponding REST calls
are handled in the Application Container Cloud. Read the complete article here.
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