In the previous article, you have invoked the samples you installed and instantiated against a channel(boaventuraorderer) by using the sample page. However, in the real world, you will be accessing your smart contracts(chaincodes) as APIs. This is where the REST gateway comes to the picture. Then, in this article, you will be setting up chaincodes to … Continue reading Getting to know Oracle Autonomous Blockchain Cloud Service — Part 3— Expose and run deployed sample smart contracts via REST proxy
Oracle Autonomous Blockchain Cloud Service includes chaincode samples that help you learn how to use the console to implement and manage your network’s chaincodes. The OABCS’s Sample Chaincode page contains two samples: Example02 sample is a simple chaincode sample representing two parties with account balances and operations to query the balances and transfer funds between parties. … Continue reading Getting to know Oracle Autonomous Blockchain Cloud Service — Part 2 — Exploring OABCS using Chaincode Samples
Introduction In my last blog post Migrating your Oracle BPM assets into Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS), I have described and demonstrated how to migrate modeling assets (essentially BPMN models) by leveraging the conversion framework that you can find at my repository at GitHub. As stated on the blog post above, the major use case was to demonstrate how customers using … Continue reading Migration from Oracle BPM to Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud – Streamlining Process Automation in the Cloud
Oracle’s Strategy for Blockchain Oracle understands that a wider Blockchain adoption requires a platform given many use cases that are emerging requiring flexibility and agility to explore without standing up new infrastructure for each one of them. Also, ease of provisioning and usage-based consumption for rapid provisioning to be productive in just minutes, with pre-integrated … Continue reading Getting to know Oracle Autonomous Blockchain Cloud Service — Part 1 — Working with OABCS Provisioning Interface
After having written this article explaining a variety of consensus mechanisms for Blockchain available today, I have received hundreds of comments and positive feedback from those were struggling to understand what makes cryptocurrencies and blockchain securely working in a decentralized way, once they have clearly understood the foundation supporting Blockchain implementations after having reading my article(thanks for … Continue reading Where and How Blockchain can be a better option than the traditional centralized systems? — A straightforward answer for a very common question
It is likely that you’ve heard so far, many descriptions of what blockchain is, and that description probably is related somehow with money. Of course, this is not happening by chance, but actually due to many popular technologies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and many others currently available in the cryptocurrency marketplace, which have this … Continue reading Demystifying Blockchain and Consensus Mechanisms – Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Never Told
If you are already an Oracle BPM user, it is likely that you might have heard or even ventured in its respective cloud version called Oracle Process Cloud Service (aka PCS). Essentially, Oracle PCS is a solution that enables you to rapidly design, automate, and manage business processes, as well as it is done with Oracle BPM, however the major advantage is that you can do everything in the cloud, without any concerns with infrastructure installation, setup and provisioning, keeping IT teams focused on high-value projects rather than endless tuning, monitoring, troubleshooting and workarounds, as regularly it is required to be done for on-premise projects, which in turn, allows you to focus on the business value of your solution, that is what really matters when talking about Business Process Management.
The goal of this blog is to share advanced use cases of experiences that I have with Oracle products and solutions used for a variety of customers from different industries in the field about Cloud, Mobile, Oracle Fusion Middleware and other related technologies that are not necessarily documented, but that will truly guide users on how to implement multi product architecture and overcome issues and/or any product limitations while making all pieces working together in a smoothly way. Topics covered are Cloud, PaaS, Mobile, PCS, BPM Suite, ICS, SOA Suite, MCS, MAF, JET, DOCS and Webcenter among other cool Oracle technologies spurring an incredible adoption among different type of customers in the marketplace.