Oracle Cloud Object Storage provides unlimited, high performance, durable, and secure data storage. Data is uploaded as objects that are stored in buckets.
The Object Storage service can store an unlimited amount of unstructured data of any content type, including analytic data and rich content, like images and videos. Object Storage provides several connectivity options, including a native REST API, along with OpenStack Swift API compatibility, and an HDFS plug-in. Object Storage also offers a Java SDK and Python CLI access for management.
Oracle Cloud free tier includes a Load Balancer with up to 10 Mpbs bandwidth, enough for many projects, this article shows how to use SSL traffic encrypted with Let’s Encrypt free certs.
Continuing with my article My own dev/test cloud environment using Oracle Always Free instances I’ll extend it to use Let’s Encrypt certs with auto renew features because these certs are valid for 3 months and I want to renew them automatically. Following picture depicts the deployment diagram:
Unlike my previous example, instead of using NGINX as a reverse proxy for my apps now I am using Traefik due it allows on the fly publishing using Swarm labels. …
Two week ago during the Oracle Developer Live, Keynote: The Future is Data-Driven by Juan R. Loaiza| Executive Vice President, Mission-Critical Database Technologies, mention the benefits of memoptimize for write table options, here a video with explanations (24.09" position)
A big picture of memoptimize for write architecture is depicted at following picture
As you can see a middle tier application sent row-by-row information to the RDBMS which pack many of then at the SGA to later write to disk by a background process, easy but which is the impact of this write scheme on my apps? …