A fairly common combination of Oracle Public Cloud services that I use together – for example for the implementation of microservices – is DBaaS, Application Container Cloud, Application [Container] Cache and Event Hub. In this article, I show the sequence of steps I went through in the Oracle Public Cloud console a few days back to prepare a demo environment for my presentations at Devoxx Morocco in Casablanca. Alternatively, I could have used the command line psm tool and a few straightforward scripts to create the cloud environments. The set up I set out to create looks like this:Several Node applications will run on Application Container Cloud. Each will have service bindings to the same Application Container Cache (a black box powered by Oracle Coherence), a specific schema in a designated pluggable database in an Oracle Database instance and [a specific topic on]Event Hub (with Apache Kafka inside). The applications on Application Container Cloud need public ip adresses, as does the Topic on Event Hub. For my convenience in this demo, I also want to be able access the database directly from my laptop on a public IP address. Read the complete article here.
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