In the integration, accounts and contacts from Oracle Sales Cloud can be synchronized with organizations and contacts in Oracle Service Cloud. This synchronization is executed using Oracle’s Integration Cloud Service as the backbone for mapping and information exchange.
This release of pre-builts covers the syncing of following objects
in Sales and Service Cloud.
Sales Cloud 2 Service Cloud
From time to time it is necessary to just take the little effort to think outside the box. This is a good habit for every developer and even if you just spend 10% of your time, with new and noteworthy technology, you will gain experience and broaden your knowledge. I wanted to look into Scala and Akka since a while. Both well known old acquaintances on many conference agendas. But honestly, I've never felt the need to take a second look. This changed quite a bit when I started to look deeper into microservices and relevant concepts around it. Let's get started and see what's in there.
The first two parts of this little series introduced you build a tiny JAX-RS service with WildFly Swarm and package it into a Docker image. You learned how to deploy this example to OpenShift and now it is time to scale it up a bit.
Why Scaling Is Important
I bounced into a funny thing when I setup a Data Guard Physical Standby Database.
First I prepared some database init parameters in a document (actually I reused some old documentation I had done in a previous project).
I blogged about the simple JAX-RS microservice with WildFly Swarm yesterday. You learned how to build a so called "fat-jar" with Maven and also used the Maven Docker plugin to dockerize our microservice and run it locally on Docker Machine. This was a nice way to test things locally. What was missing so far is to put this into production. Let's look what steps are necessary to run yesterdays example on OpenShift Origin.