Solutions Review compiles the most essential books on Oracle Cloud that any cloud or IT professional needs to add to their reading list.
Is your business running applications and workflows in Oracle Cloud? Are you a cloud professional who wants to brush up their Oracle knowledge? Books, whether hardcover or digital, are an excellent source for people looking to learn about a specific field of technology, and Oracle Cloud is no exception. We’ve listed the top Oracle Cloud books that you should add to your reading list. These books are intended for beginners and experts alike and are written by authors with proficiency and/or recognition in the field of Oracle Cloud.
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“Use this comprehensive guide to get started with the Oracle Cloud Free Tier. Reading this book and creating your own application in the Free Tier is an excellent way to build familiarity with, and expertise in, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Even better is that the Free Tier by itself is capable enough and provides all the ingredients needed for you to create secure and robust, multi-tiered web applications of modest size.”
“In this practical, accessible, full-color book, join leading trainer Richard Napier as he takes you on a journey into the universe of Oracle Service Cloud. A universe that includes Incidents, Answers, Administration, and the Business Automation of the Agent Desktop and your Customer Portal. This book is a superb standalone resource or the perfect complement to your Oracle University Service Cloud (RightNow) Training and covers the real-world use of Workspaces, Workflows, Guided Assistance, Chat, and More.”
“Implementing Oracle API Platform Cloud Service moves from theory to practice using the newest Oracle API management platform. This critical new platform for Oracle developers allows you to interface the complex array of services your clients expect in the modern world. […] This broad-scoped book completes your journey with a clear examination of how to transition APIs from Oracle API Management 12c to the new Oracle API Platform.”
“Discover how to use Oracle ICS for your business and solve modern business integration problems with Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service. This comprehensive hands-on guide will teach you how to build successful, high-availability integrations on ICS to deliver business value in a maintainable and sustainable manner. […] After a practical introduction to ICS capabilities, you’ll find out how to use ICS to integrate different systems together.”
“You will learn: Steps to setup your Oracle Analytics Cloud instance; How to build Essbase Cloud cubes from start to finish; Creating cubes with unstructured formats and Application Workbook; Excel templates in both the Cube Designer and web interface; Maintaining dimensions and loading data; Creating calculation scripts and calculating data; Assigning security Performing ad hoc analysis in Excel; How to create insightful data visualizations; Administration and automation; Migration steps to and from on-premises.”
“Use this fast-paced and comprehensive guide to build cloud-based solutions on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. You will understand cloud infrastructure, and learn how to launch new applications and move existing applications to Oracle Cloud. Emerging trends in software architecture are covered such as autonomous platforms, infrastructure as code, containerized applications, cloud-based container orchestration with managed Kubernetes, and running serverless workloads using open-source tools. Practical examples are provided.”
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