Creating a Fast&Simple Container for Sending Messages to a Topic in Oracle Event Hub Cloud Service (aka OEHCS, which is a Kafka cluster) and Deploying it to Kubernetes Cluster

The container uses 4 environment variables, you can find a container already built for you here SOURCE CODE OF THE PRODUCER var sleep = require('system-sleep'); const oehcs_connect_url = process.env.OEHCS_CONNECTURL const topic_name = process.env.TOPIC_NAME const num_partitions = process.env.NUM_PARTITIONS const message = process.env.MESSAGE var kafka = require('kafka-node'), HighLevelProducer = kafka.HighLevelProducer, client = new kafka.KafkaClient({kafkaHost: oehcs_connect_url}), producer = new…

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Containerizing​ kubectl for working with OKE (Oracle Kubernetes Engine)

kubectl is one of the command line interfaces for managing k8s. In this post, we are containerizing kubectl for easy utilization across different environments. Because kubectl in OKE is related with OCI CLI, we are setting up the kubectl tool by adding it to ocloudshell container we created in this post. STEP 1 Configure OCI CLI as mentioned in…

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Containerizing​ Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Command Line Interface (CLI)

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) command line interface (CLI) is one of several methods provided for managing the Oracle cloud infra generation 2. The CLI can be installed and configured in your local machine just following the instructions in the documentation. In this post, we are explaining an alternate method for using the CLI by means…

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Microservices and SODA: JSON Data Stored in an Oracle Database Accessed through​ REST or Java

Simple Oracle Document Access SODA (Simple Oracle Document Access) is a non-SQL style of storing/retrieving JSON data in an Oracle database. It’s so easy to work with SODA! Let’s get started. First, enable ORDS schema in your database. Second, deploy ORDS in K8s (you can also deploy ORDS standalone in your laptop or in a container…

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