Python Lib for Oracle Cloud Object Storage Classic

Do you like working with REST APIs? Do you know Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic? There are many REST APIs that you can use within your application to integrate with the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic. In addition to Object Storage Classic, all Oracle Cloud solutions have REST APIs! In this post, you will learn how to use the Oracle Public Cloud (OPC) Python Lib that I created using the REST APIs for Standard Storage in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object […]

Face Recognition in Oracle Cloud

Happy New Year! Hope your New Year is filled with success, health, prosperity and happiness. In the first blog post of 2018, you will learn how to build a simple Face Recognition application and run it using Oracle Cloud. A facial recognition system is an application capable of identifying people from images or videos. This can be done by comparing facial features of the image with a faces database. Download the source code here: https://github.com/waslleysouza/face_recognition. Try […]

Running Delphi application in Oracle Cloud

Many businesses are moving to the cloud, some of them want to increase efficiency and other companies want to reduce costs, but in fact, they all want to take advantage of the benefits of the cloud. Today, all new companies or startups are already cloud native, but most of the companies we know are still using old technologies or client-server applications like Delphi. With Oracle Cloud, the journey to cloud for client-server applications is made easy with a partner solution called GraphOn […]

Creating a Windows compute instance in Oracle Cloud

If you read the blog post Creating a compute instance in Oracle Cloud, you learned how to create an Oracle Linux compute instance in Oracle Cloud. But what are the necessary steps if you need a Microsoft Windows Server compute instance to run your .NET or Delphi applications? In this blog post you will know about it. With Oracle Cloud, in addition to Linux instances, you can have Microsoft Windows Server instances without the need to buy or use your licenses, because two versions are included […]

Using DNS to access an Oracle Cloud Compute Classic instance

In the last post we installed Apache in Oracle Cloud Compute Classic instance, but we used the public IP to access it, not a DNS (Domain Name System) that is more human-readable and the common way to access any internet address. In this post you will learn how to configure your DNS to point to your compute instance in Oracle Cloud. First of all, copy your public IP. Go to your hosting company. In this case, I will use my DNS (waslleysouza.com) that is hosted in GoDaddy Hosting. All you have to do is […]

Installing HTTP Server in Compute Classic

In the last blog post, we created a new instance of Compute Classic in the Oracle Cloud. Now it’s time to use it, and for that we will install the HTTP Server in the same way that you do on your local servers. Sign in to your account. In the Compute Classic section, click the Menu button and then click the “Open Service Console” button. First of all, we need to enable SSH and HTTP access to your instance. Click the Network menu. In the Security Rules, click the “Create Security […]

Creating a compute instance in Oracle Cloud

The Virtual Machine Compute, part of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic, is a fully scalable multi-tenant virtual compute environment to run applications with predictable performance and built-in resiliency. This enables you to quickly provision virtual machines with all the necessary storage and networking resources, easily manage and scale the virtual machine topology in the cloud, and migrate your applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. In this blog post we will create […]