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Cloud Veterans – Lessons learned from APEX development in the Oracle PaaS Cloud
March 31, 14:45 – 15:35
APEX is a very suitable platform for the Cloud because of its architecture and browser-based development. However, the majority of APEX development is still done on premises or in hosted environments. For the Dutch Veterans Institute an Oracle PaaS Cloud solution with APEX was most appropriate. Transfer Solutions has built an APEX calendar based application in which veterans can be scheduled to give presentations on Dutch schools about their experiences in war zones.
Although development in the Oracle Cloud does not seem that complicated, we experienced some technical challenges on the road. Here, we present how we have overcome the challenges that we had during development and deployment.
Furthermore we will answer questions like: How to decide to develop on premises or in the Cloud? How does Cloud development differ from on premise? What does the Oracle Cloud APEX environment look like? What can(not) be managed? How does the pricing work?
This presentation will help you understand how to bring the benefits of APEX development in the Cloud to your customer and how to tackle challenges that come along with this step.
APEX World 2017: from JET to Cloud
Everything you need to know to build and deploy up to date, modern & attractive APEX applications.
Op 30 en 31 maart 2017 staat alweer het 8e APEX World congres gepland. Het succesvolle tweedaags concept van vorig jaar zal dit jaar worden voortgezet en de voorbereidingen zijn al in volle gang. Het congres zal wederom plaatsvinden op de ss Rotterdam en de eerste sprekers zijn al bekend: Michael Hichwa – de bedenker van APEX (Vice President of Software Development, Oracle), Hilary Farrell en David Peake.
20 februari 2017 • Carolijn den Hartog
9 februari 2017 • Mariette van Pinxteren
8 februari 2017 • Patrick Munne
3 januari 2017 • Herman Slange
9 januari 2017 • Martijn Habraken
2 januari 2017 • Martijn Habraken
29 juni 2016 • Herman Slange
18 juni 2016 • Rob Wardenaar