This blog walks you through the steps I used to get WebLogic Server and the MedRec sample application installed into a Docker image. There are many well documented GitHub projects for the Oracle Docker Images. This blog is meant to simply narrow down exactly what I did to get this going in my environment. I was using Ubuntu 16.04, and already had Docker installed.
The May 2017 update for ACCS (17.2.3) brought a cool new feature to ACCS, zero-downtime updates. While previously, there was support for performing a rolling restart of an application instance, where each instance would be brought down and updated in turn, this only enabled zero-downtime updates if you had an application running two or more instances, and your application could satisfy performance requirements with one fewer node. While any production system should be able to satisfy these requirements, many of the utility systems I ran were on a single node, and I had to send out an email blast to avoid being disruptive when I wanted to push a quick code fix.
This blog shows you how to use the Twitter ICS Connector that comes out of the box in Oracle Integration Cloud Service.
Obtain your Twitter Connector in ICS
In order to create a Twitter Connector you need to first go to Twitter developers portal and create an access token. For this:
- Login to the Twitter Developer portal at https://dev.twitter.com/
- ON the top right, click on My apps and follow the link to log in (sign up if you don’t have an account yet).