Oracle Visual Builder is a cloud based UX development Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering from Oracle Cloud. It provides an open-source standards-based solution to develop, collaborate on, and deploy Web and Mobile applications within Oracle Cloud.
VBCS also provide another awesome feature called Business Objects. A business object is a resource, such as an invoice or purchase order, like a database table; it has fields that hold the data for your application. Like a database table, a business object provides the structure for data used with business processes. Business objects are stored in a database.
Business Object also get exposed through REST Endpoint out-of-box, user doesn’t need to install/configure anything other than just creating a Business Object. However, those REST API are protected and need authentication when someone want to access from outside word.
In this blog, I am listing very simple steps what’s needed if developers want to expose Business Object REST API to outside world as anonymous users.
In the world of cloud computing there are often multiple ways to achieve the same or similar result. In Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) logs are generated by the platform itself such as audit logs, OCI native services such as the Network Firewall Service, and custom logs from compute instances or your applications. These logs typically live in OCI logging where you can view them, or search them if required.
Collecting and storing logs is useful, however if you want to produce insights then you will need a way to analyse and visualise the log data. OCI Logging Analytics allows you to index, enrich, aggregate, explore, search, analyse, correlate, visualise and monitor all log data from your applications and system infrastructure.
From OCI logging there are two common ways in which logs can be ingested into Logging Analytics. The first is using a Service Connector to send logs to an Object Storage bucket, and an Object Collection Rule to then import the logs into Logging Analytics. The second option uses a Service Connector to send the logs directly to Logging Analytics. Both are valid options however require some consideration before use.
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The Stack Monitoring service is a recent addition to the OCI Observability & Management family.
If you are running Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) application today you will now be able to perform an auto discovery of all related resources in OCI Stack Monitoring. It will collect metrics specific for your EBS resources as well as ability to perform correlation across the EBS application and infrastructure stack as well as enable proactive alerting.
Components that will be auto discovered includes:
- Concurrent Processing Node
- Workflow Manager
Today, Stack Monitoring service supports EBS version 12.1 and 12.2 deployments hosted on OCI, On-Premise or Third Party Cloud (eg. AWS, Azure).
In the example, I will show you how you can configure Stack Monitoring for EBS version 12.2.
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