Here we continue our “DBcloudbin flipped over series” with the details of a sample app configuration based on Oracle APEX framework, using DBcloudbin not for extracting content out to the Cloud, but the exact opposite. A simple way to enhance our business applications for accessing to Cloud content without any integration with cloud APIs.
DBcloudbin supports the most relevant object store technologies both Cloud and on-premise. In this post we discuss the specific settings for using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) as target storage.
In this post we want to provide the essential vision on the fundamental question: « Why DBcloudbin? ».
We believe there is room for intelligent data management solutions, helping customers on dealing with an ever growing data volume. Here are the details.
DBcloudbin 3.03 added some cool features and improvements to our solution. Better performance, advanced analytics dashboard, additional security with audit jobs. Check the details.
DBcloudbin is useful for taking content out of the database and moving it to the Cloud without application changes and maintaining full access on it. But what if we already have content in the Cloud and want to access it from your existing (potentially legacy) app? If that is the case, this post is for you…
In this blog series we’ll try to explain DBcloudbin for our non-technical audience. We believe it is a great product and we want to open it and allow a reasonable understanding for those that are not familiar with the data management and database concepts. In this first post, we will deal with the basics, structured in 5 topics.
In our previous post of “DBcloudbin for dummies“, we described the basics of how an enterprise application infrastructure is architected. Now, it is time to go slightly deeper on how DBcloudbin helps to solve some of the challenges.
Let’s talk about costs…