Oracle recently introduced a Web Application Firewall (WAF) to further enhance and secure Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offerings. The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure WAF is based on Oracle Zenedge and Oracle Dyn technologies. It inspects all traffic destined to your web application origin and identifies and blocks all malicious traffic. The WAF offers the following tools, which can be used on any website, regardless of where it is being hosted:
- Origin management
- Bot management
- Access control
- Over 250 robust protection rules that include the OWASP rulesets to protect against SQL injection, cross-site scripting, HTML injection, and more
In this post, I configure a set of access control WAF policies to a website. Access control defines explicit actions for requests that meet conditions based on URI, request headers, client IP address, or countries and regions.
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As with any relationship, it is all about the common ground. Whether you call it negotiating, selling, buying, contracting, settling, approving, endorsing, liking, commenting or something else (similar), it is all about the common ground.
I had the chance to sit down with Ben Hallett — Co-Founder and Director of Vygo (https://www.vygoapp.com/) to talk through a few different things in the education sector and being there at Level 1 of #ThePrecinct in the space with others in #EduTech including Croomo and Go1 — well … it had a good feeling.
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The background of this article has been a journey. Like the story goes, overnight popstars are not born overnight — and this story takes a similar twist.
Late last year (2018), I was able to spend some time at Substation 33 (https://substation33.com.au/) a social enterprise initiative in Logan City Council. And whilst I was there, I had a chat with Tony Sharp — a fantastic person helping spread the word — have more conversations. Here’s a couple of the video chats we had.
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Season 3 of the Developer Experience Workshops had just kicked off today in Perth. And travelling to Melbourne tomorrow for the meetup tomorrow night and then the workshop after that.
See what is happening at the upcoming workshop here at medium.com.
Here are the upcoming workshop (at the point of publishing this article):
Melbourne – Wednesday 8 Nov 1800 Meetup – (York Butter Factory) – http://bit.ly/2hJgfBk
Melbourne – Thursday 9 Nov 0900 Official Session – (Oracle Office ) – http://bit.ly/2zgifsj
Brisbane – Tuesday 14 Nov 0900 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2lUVHtV
Brisbane – Tuesday 14 Nov 1800 Meetup – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2AlQBKr
Wellington – Monday 20 Nov 1800 Meetup – (TBD) – To Be Finalised
Wellington – Tuesday 21 Nov 0900 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2AbnXuD
Auckland – Wednesday 22 Nov 1800 Meetup – (TBD) – To Be Finalised
Auckland – Thursday 23 Nov 0900 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2hee2k7
Sydney – Wednesday 29 Nov 1500 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2hg3pxx
Adelaide – Thursday 30 Nov 1500 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2h6kQg0
This week I was attending a customer event. It was an interesting learning experience on different levels. It was a great opportunity to meet some people that I would not normally would be.
It was a hackathon put on by MLC Life Insurance (#MLCLifeHackathon) and we (as Oracle) were happy to support them as one of their partners. I’ve been to other hackathon events but they were organised differently. So I was curious to see what their objectives were. It would too easy to be cynical. With an open mind, I was happy to be part of their journey.
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Last week I had the opportunity to pop into QUT Foundry and attend an event called Designing Products For Adaptability, Innovation & Sustainability. It was a great experience and there were lots to learn about it. The guest speakers included Prof. Tyson Browning from TCU visiting from Texas and Dr. Rafael Gomez from QUT. It was an opportunity that I embraced to meet new people and be part of a growing community.
Read More Here to read about what happened.
Digital Impact Radio has been a growing podcast where we’ve been talking to different people in the industry about technology and the impacts upon themselves, their businesses and the industry at large. Currently, it’s been something that’s been driven through our own networks and Oracle people interviewing others that we meet.
Read More Here to read what changes we’re making to bring more stories to you.
I’ve recently updated my twitter and medium descriptions.
It takes a village to grow. Community, friends and family are important to me.
I’ve written about it in a recent article hosted on medium titled It takes a village … I talk about what it means and what I’m trying to do. And it will take a village. If you are interested, contact me and let’s do this together.
I’m starting a series of blogs and collective content around “not just the tech”. This is where the inspiration has come from and a general observation:
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