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Oracle Developer: Setup Up to Modern Cloud Development February 2018 Edition

Oracle Developer

February 2018 Edition

Developer’s View
Alexa Morales

Oracle Extends Autonomous Services Across Entire Cloud Platform
We’re entering the era of self-driving software—cloud-based services that use machine learning algorithms to eliminate human labor and human error. The software of the past could do the tasks it was told to do, but autonomous systems will handle exceptions and get continually better.

Why is now the time to begin using self-driving software? In some ways, it’s thanks to the same forces that propel self-driving cars: machine learning can get the necessary power to run with GPU processors while Oracle’s range of infrastructure and application cloud services supplies the big data needed to teach such algorithms.

Learn more about self-driving, self-securing, self-repairing cloud capabilities.

—Alexandra Weber Morales, Oracle Director of Developer Content

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Oracle Database 18c: Now Available on Oracle Cloud and Oracle Engineered Systems
Oracle Database 18c is the next iteration of Oracle Database 12c Release 2 and the first version to follow a yearly release schedule.

Launching the Industry’s First Enterprise SLAs
A comprehensive set of SLAs for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has a stated uptime target and enables customers to apply for service credits.

Announcing Packer Builder for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic
With the new oracle-classic builder, Packer can now build new application images directly on Oracle Classic Compute, similar to the oracle-oci builder.

Introducing the Oracle Vagrant Boxes GitHub Repository
Using powerful automation is a streamlined way of creating virtual machines with Oracle software fully configured and ready to go inside them.

Oracle JET 4.2.0 Available
Find out what’s new in the latest release of Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (Oracle JET).

Oracle Java SE 8 Public Updates and Java Web Start Support Extended

Oracle has updated the Java SE Support Roadmap. Here are the key changes.

JDK 10 Initial Release Candidate Now Available
This release will be the reference implementation of the next version of the Java SE Platform.
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