Get Hands On Microservices on Kubernetes and Autonomous Database

Bjarte Brandt

Half-day workshop - in English

The topic of containers and microservices is a subject on its own but suffice to say that breaking up large, complex software into more manageable pieces that run isolated from each other has many advantages. Its easier to deploy, diagnose and provides better availability since failure of any microservice limits downtime to a portion of the application.

Its important to have a similar strategy in the backend for the database tier. But the issue is if you run multiple databases for each application then you end up having to maintain a large fleet of databases and the maintenance costs can go through the roof. Add to that having to manage security and availability for all of them.

This lab will walk you through the steps to set up a CI/CD environment for developing Microservices, based on the automation possible in Developer Cloud and deploying all components on Oracle's Managed Container platform and the ATP database.


What else do you need to know?

There is a Pre-Requisite for Attendance: In order to participate in this Lab you must register for the new Oracle Free Tier or already have an active Oracle Cloud account.

Sign up for a cloud account today to receive always-free access to compute virtual machines, object storage, data egress, and other essential building blocks developers need to create applications on top of Oracle Autonomous Database.

Plus get US$300 of free credits for 30 days to use even more services to prototype your own applications, run machine learning models in notebooks, or try software from Oracle Cloud Marketplace.

Primarily for: Developers, Project managers, Architects, Product developers, Managers, Others

Participant requirements: laptop,vim,bash and humour!