Machine Learning: Classification using Python and Oracle ATP

Continuing the last article when we created a Jupyter Notebook and used python to connect to an Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing Database instance, now it’s time to run a classification using the machine learning library called Scikit-Learn. This is a simple demonstration using the Iris dataset and in the near future I intend to show a more real use case. You can download the notebook here: https://github.com/waslleysouza/oracle_autonomous_jupyter/blob/master/atp_classification.ipynb. […]

Connect to Oracle ATP through Jupyter Notebook

Do you know Jupyter Notebook? The Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live codes, equations, visualizations and narrative text. You can use it for data cleaning and transformation, numerical simulation, statistical modeling, data visualization, machine learning, and much more. I like to use the Jupyter Notebook for my machine learning projects because it is a very useful tool. In one of my projects I needed to […]

Creating an Oracle Database Virtual Machine in OCI

As anyone in IT knows, Oracle Database is the best database and most used by companies. If you use Oracle Database in your own datacenter, you need to know that you can migrate and run those databases in the Oracle Cloud, even if you use Oracle Database Options, Exadata, and RAC. Some of the benefits that the cloud offers are the ease and speed of creating database instances with different versions, computing power and storage by choosing a few settings. In this article we will create an Oracle […]

Sending data from Python app to Oracle IoT Cloud Service

If you read my blog post “Send data from Raspberry Pi to Oracle IoT Cloud Service“, you learned how to use the CPOSIX SDK to send data from Raspberry Pi to Oracle IoT Cloud Service. Oracle provides SDKs for many programming languages, but if you don’t find a SDK for your favourite programming language (e.g., python), you can use the REST API. In this blog post, you will learn how to send humidity and temperature data from Raspberry Pi to Oracle IoT Cloud Service using Python […]

Accessing Oracle Cloud through Eclipse IDE

Continuing my last post when we created a new instance of the Oracle Database Cloud Service, in this post, we will access the Oracle Cloud through the Eclipse IDE to create some tables. First of all, go and download the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers. At this point, the latest version of Eclipse is Mars.2, but I recommend you check the current version here: Eclipse downloads page. Unzip the downloaded file and double-click the eclipse.exe file to start it. In Eclipse, go to Main Menu Help […]

Getting Started with Oracle Database Cloud Service

When you need to install and create a new instance of the Oracle Database, there are several steps you need to worry about according to the Official Installation Guide. I’m a developer who does not want to worry about the installation (a boring task), I just want to use a database instance to develop my applications. Oracle Cloud makes your life easier and you do not have to worry about the installation, just the configuration details of your instance of the Oracle Database. In this post, […]

Send data from Raspberry Pi to Oracle IoT Cloud Service

Today we are experiencing the transformation caused by the Internet of Things (IoT) and it is common to see simple IoT projects such as humidity and temperature monitoring or complex projects such as connected cars. Most simple projects are using low cost platforms like Arduino or Raspberry Pi and anyone can start their own IoT project easily. In this post, we’ll learn how to send humidity and temperature data from Raspberry Pi to Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service. I will use […]