A simple script to start/stop/scale a WebLogic Server cluster running on k8s under WebLogic Kubernetes Operator


WebLogic Kubernetes Operator provides capabilities to create and deploy different types of WebLogic Domains (basic, JRE, RestrictedJRF, SOA, ...) on k8s. One of the built artifacts produced during the cluster setup is a yaml with stuff related to the domain resource, which is the construct provided by the operator for k8s to "understand" the concept … Continue reading A simple script to start/stop/scale a WebLogic Server cluster running on k8s under WebLogic Kubernetes Operator

Sending Messages when DevCS Jobs Fail | OCI Notification Service


OCI Notifications are subscription topics for sending messages to channels like email, rest or pager when things happen. Example In the following example we are sending a notification when the start job of an autonomous database fails, for example if the database is already started. # oci db autonomous-database start --autonomous-database-id ocid1.autonomousdatabase.oc1.eu-frankfurt-1.abtheljr3....6kfsvmxnge2q || { # … Continue reading Sending Messages when DevCS Jobs Fail | OCI Notification Service

Automating OKE Clusters start/stop with DevCS


Reusing the work published here, here and here we are showing today how to schedule the start/stop sequence of an OKE cluster with Developer Cloud Service. Start job Create a build with the step as follows: git clone https://github.com/javiermugueta/oke-cluster-start-stop.git cd oke-cluster-start-stop ./oke-cluster-start-stop.sh -r=<region> -c=<compartment> -k=<clustername> -o=start The rest of steps pretty much equal to explained … Continue reading Automating OKE Clusters start/stop with DevCS

Automating OIC Start/Stop with DevCS


As we explained before, OIC is one of the PaaS services that can be automated via Developer Cloud Service. Follow the steps explained here except for the build step in which we instruct OIC to start or stop with a slightly different keyword. In short, the syntax is: psm OICINST [start-service|stop-service] -s <servicename> Details of … Continue reading Automating OIC Start/Stop with DevCS

Pipelines in Oracle Developer Cloud Service (aka DevCS)


Latest releases of DevCS now provides several new features, one of them is pipelines. In short, pipelines are graphs of steps that can be executed in a more controlled manner. In our use case, we are leveraging pipelines for starting and stopping cloud services that are dependent between them, such as JCS or SOACS that depends … Continue reading Pipelines in Oracle Developer Cloud Service (aka DevCS)