Posts Tagged ‘Developer Cloud Service’

imageStart Date : 13-JAN-2017 12:00:00 AM GMT

End Date : 3-FEB-2017 12:00:00 AM GMT

Learn how Oracle’s tools and solutions make application lifecycle faster and predictable for both developers and operations using Oracle Developer Cloud Service.
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• Continuous Integration and Deployment with Oracle Developer Cloud
• Write and Deploy Code using Oracle Developer Cloud Service
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In this section, you will learn how to create and use a Team Server in JDeveloper to clone an Oracle Developer Cloud Service project Git repository. You will then add the sample ADF Application files to the cloned Git repository, commit, and push the updates to the project Git repository.

A Team Server is an extension in JDeveloper that you can use to manage your Oracle Developer Cloud Service projects from the IDE. Using the Team Server, you can clone the project repositories to your local computer, perform Git actions, manage project issues, and view status of project builds. The Oracle Developer Cloud Service Team Server extension is installed by default in JDeveloper.

Creating a Team Server in Oracle JDeveloper

1. Open JDeveloper.

2. From the Team menu, click Team Server, and then click Add Team Server.

3. In the New Team Server dialog, enter the following information:

o Name: Enter Developer Cloud Team Server

o Get the tutorial here.

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We have a lot of developers who are using JDeveloper to develop applications with Oracle SOA Suite, and in this blog I wanted to show them how the combination of JDeveloper along with Oracle Developer Cloud Service can help automate their whole development and delivery lifecycle.

One unique aspect of Developer Cloud Service is that it has an instance of JDeveloper available in the build environment. This allows customers who are building Oracle SOA artifacts to leverage the OJDeploy mechanism to package their applications as part of a continuous integration cycle just like they do during development time.

With the improved DevCS integration that we added in JDeveloper 12.2.1, developers can go beyond integration with the Git server offered by DevCS and can now interact with the DevCS task tracking system directly as well as associate code changes to specific tasks they are working on. 

In this 10 minutes video I show:

  • Creating Ant based builds for Oracle SOA artifacts
  • Automating Continuous Integration build and packaging for Oracle SOA from Developer Cloud Service
  • Managing SOA project code with Git and Developer Cloud Service
  • Tracking tasks from JDeveloper and monitor agile development in Developer Cloud Service

Read the complete article here.

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Developer Cloud Service 16.3.1 is now live and includes new features for deployment, agile planning, builds, and more.

Agile Sprint Reports and Burndown Charts

A new Reports option in the Agile tab provides analysis at each point of a sprint cycle. During a sprint, graphically track team progress with new Burndown Charts. Once the sprint completes, analyze team performance with the Sprint Reports. When planning the next sprint, use Sprint Report data to adjust the parameters of the next sprint such as time bounds or capacity.

New Utilities in Build Executors

Developer Cloud Service Build tools provide new features for builds and tests:

  • Perform Static Code Analysis against your source code repository with FindBugs.
  • Manage Node.js packages and dependencies with Bower
  • Simplify Node.js development with Oracle Database with the Oracle Database Driver for Node.js
  • Add additional timestamp details to build console logs with the TimeStamper plugin

New Configuration Options for Java Cloud Service and Application Container Cloud Service

New options are available when creating Deployment configurations for Java Cloud Service clusters. When deploying to a cluster, choose individual servers as deployment targets or deploy across the whole cluster.

Application Container Cloud Service deployment configurations include additional options for language preference and subscription level for Java and Node.js containers. Read the complete article here.

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1. Start your Oracle Developer Cloud Service by following the instructions in Accessing Oracle Developer Cloud Service Using the Web Interface.

2. Provide your identity domain, user name, and password, and click Sign In.

3. On the Welcome page, click New Project.

4. On the first page of the New Project dialog box, enter a name for the project, such as My Web Application. In the Description field, enter a description, such as Web Application. Select Private for the Security setting, then click Next.

5. On the Template page, select Initial Repository, and then click Next.

6. From the Wiki Markup drop-down menu, select TEXTILE. In the Initial Repository area, select Empty Repository, and then click Finish.

7. Wait for provisioning to complete.

After provisioning completes, the project is fully provisioned. You’re on the project’s Home page, which displays the URLs of the Git and Maven repositories.

8. Copy the URL of the Git repository (my-web-application.git ). You’ll use it in the next section

9. Get the tutorial here.

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In this section, you will learn how to create and use a Team Server in JDeveloper to clone an Oracle Developer Cloud Service project Git repository. You will then add the sample ADF Application files to the cloned Git repository, commit, and push the updates to the project Git repository.

A Team Server is an extension in JDeveloper that you can use to manage your Oracle Developer Cloud Service projects from the IDE. Using the Team Server, you can clone the project repositories to your local computer, perform Git actions, manage project issues, and view status of project builds. The Oracle Developer Cloud Service Team Server extension is installed by default in JDeveloper. Get tutorial here.

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Developer Cloud Service 16.3.1 is now live and includes new features for deployment, agile planning, builds, and more.

Agile Sprint Reports and Burndown Charts

A new Reports option in the Agile tab provides analysis at each point of a sprint cycle. During a sprint, graphically track team progress with new Burndown Charts. Once the sprint completes, analyze team performance with the Sprint Reports. When planning the next sprint, use Sprint Report data to adjust the parameters of the next sprint such as time bounds or capacity.

New Utilities in Build Executors

Developer Cloud Service Build tools provide new features for builds and tests:

  • Perform Static Code Analysis against your source code repository with FindBugs.
  • Manage Node.js packages and dependencies with Bower
  • Simplify Node.js development with Oracle Database with the Oracle Database Driver for Node.js
  • Add additional timestamp details to build console logs with the TimeStamper plugin

New Configuration Options for Java Cloud Service and Application Container Cloud Service

New options are available when creating Deployment configurations for Java Cloud Service clusters. When deploying to a cluster, choose individual servers as deployment targets or deploy across the whole cluster. Read the complete article here.

WebLogic Partner Community

For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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