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Check out the interview by my colleague Bob Rhubart at Oracle Code Atlanta on Cassandra, Open Source, and Bare Metal Cloud.

The interview is with Gilbert Lau, partner architect with DataStax, sheds light on the open source projects he developed to provision DataStax Cassandra NoSQL cluster on Oracle Bare Metal Cloud.

 

 

 

Interview recorded at Oracle Code Atlanta.

Here is a great video interview conducted by my colleague Bob Rhubart about Containers and Cloud.

 

Twistlock CTO John Morello discusses protecting Docker containers running on Oracle Cloud and the differences and similarities between containers and VMs.

 

 

 

Interview recorded at Oracle Code Atlanta, June 22, 2017.

 

 

For more information visit: http://developer.oracle.com/code

We've gone through a few name changes Virtual Technology Summit (VTS), OTN Summit, and now it's Code Online, but one thing hasn't changed; Great technical content with demos. available to you online for free. All you have to do is register.

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Join us for three hours of Systems and DevOps related presentations all related to our growing portfolio of Cloud Services. For your convenience, the webinars are available in three time zones. The content is organized into five tracks, with the individual sessions located within each one. We love them all but especially ask you to check out the Devops/Systems track.

June 20 at 9:30 AM PDT -  Oracle Code Online - Americas  
June 21 at 9:30 AM IST -   Oracle Code Online - APAC  
June 22 at 9:30 AM CEST -  Oracle Code Online - EMEA   

Are you a developer? DevOps Engineer? Systems Administrator? Interested in coding and want to enhance your knowledge about Oracle's developer tools? Here's a great virtual event for you that you can attend without traveling. During each live session you will be able to chat instantaneously with any questions or comments about the presentation.

Register now based on your region and attend on the day .

Enjoy Code Online!

Check out this awesome interview with my colleague Bob Rhubart and Dan Koloski.

Let the machines do it! Dan talks about the how and why of using purpose-tuned machine learning to adapt your monitoring to your fast-moving application environments.

 

I am back from my roadtrip from Oracle Code Moscow. An amazing city and people, keynotes, Hands-on-Labs, a lot of sessions, DevLive interviews and over 500 Developers.

A few key takeaways.

 

  • Travel opens hearts and minds.
  • Amazing people from those who work behind the scenes, attendees and those who are on stage are everywhere.
  • Keynotes covered the changing role of the developer, API First, Mircroservices, the role of Chatbots in user interaction and more.
  • Moscow has an amazing history, a river that runs through it, great food, a metro/subway/underground and beautiful people.
  • In the DevLive interviews we got to interview speakers and attendees providing both a behind the scenes and a more probing look at the topics they covered.
  • Folks loved the cloud demos, from the CNC Cutter, 3D Printer, Cloud Coffee Demo, PacMan demo and more.