Sometimes it is necessary to monitor specific processes that are not in the provided OMC processes list and this is where CUSTOM METRIC come into the scene.
In this short post I will show how to create a CUSTOM METRIC and ALERT RULE to manage it.
So the challenge of the day:
Monitor custom windows / linux process and if it stops giving
signs of life alert to the support group.
Continue reading “OMC Custom Metric – empowering custom monitoring”
In this post I will show you how you can setup Autonomous DB monitoring in Oracle Management Cloud (OMC) in under 5 minutes. Continue reading “Setup Autonomous DB Monitoring in OMC”
You probably heard that Oracle Autonomous Database (ADB) leverages machine learning to automate with traditional infrastructure related database administration tasks such as security, backups and patching.
No matter how well designed your database infrastructure is, performance and issues relating application or external components which make up the application ecosystem can still have an impact on end user response time or availability. Continue reading “Why Would you Monitor an Autonomous Database?”
Even in a day and age where event-based and real-time data exchange is prevalent and growing, the truth is there are still massive amounts of data exchanged using file transfer mechanisms. Oracle has always played in this realm, but with limited success. The Oracle Managed File Transfer (MFT) application is pretty good, but nothing to write home about… or write a blog about! 😀
One reason is because moving files around and using FTP servers is not very glamorous. Another reason is because the Oracle MFT management dashboard is pretty limited. It is able to monitor various aspects of a file transfer, report success or failure and allow you to resend files. But it has no business context or the ability to understand how a file might be part of a larger business process.
Continue reading “Oracle MFT – OIC Integration”
Now we’re ready to create connections and integration from OIC. If you missed part 1, please go for Part 1 now. Also my colleague Carlos already wrote excellent blog, Teaching how to integrate Salesforce and Sale Cloud with Oracle Integration Cloud Service so you can look at how to configure outbound message from Salesforce.com and Salesforce Connection with Trigger from OIC.
Continue reading “PeopleSoft Integration using Oracle Integration Cloud – Part 2”
Luckily, I’ve got a chance to look at PeopleSoft integration with other SaaS app using OIC (Oracle Integration Cloud) and decided to share what I learned.
Continue reading “PeopleSoft Integration using Oracle Integration Cloud – Part 1”
Last weekend, I was at the Code Network Winter Hackathon event in Brisbane – https://codenetwork.co/winter-hackathon-2018/. I was there as a sponsor, workshop presenter, mentor and just a general supporter. As such there was some down-time between different activities. So, what a great time to sit down and work on something that I have no idea about (technically) – #Blockchain and Hyperledger. So, as a normal person does – I went searching for relevant content to help. Here’s a couple of the searches that I did.
Unfortunately, through many different searches and reading lots of things it became apparent that I didn’t know much and there was lots to learn. There seemed to a massive amount information that looked great. There was content that talked about what a Blockchain is. There was content that talked about the business use cases and examples of why you use a Blockchain technology. There was code that built a Blockchain. I found plenty smart contract examples on github. I learnt more about what I needed to know but it didn’t get me to the place that I wanted to be.
So – how do I develop and play with a Smart Contract?
Continue reading “Building a Smart Contract with Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service @ #WinterHack2018”