Asynchronous processing using Worker applications on Oracle Application Container Cloud by Abhishek Gupta


imageThis blog demonstrates Worker Applications on Oracle Cloud with the help of an example which makes of

1. Redis as a job queue (deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic), and

2. a Java based service which acts as a asynchronous processor (a.k.a Worker) deployed to Oracle Application Container Cloud

Worker applications ?

Traditionally, any service deployed to Oracle Application Container Cloud was was required to bind to $PORT and was given a public URL. But this is actually not required for all kinds of workloads/app types — so you were forced to do things like expose a REST endpoint for a batch processing app ( I know I have 😉 )

Worker applications were built to tackle these kind of problems (and more) and they differ from traditional ACCS applications. Read the complete article here.


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