The core Oracle Public Cloud Services including Java Cloud Service, Database Cloud Service, and Storage Cloud Service offerings are available in two ways: Metered and Non-metered. This post will attempt to explain the differences using Java Cloud Service as an example.
Metered services are a pre-paid offering, also referred to as “a-la-carte” or “committed” offerings. A metered cloud service like Java Cloud Service or Database Cloud Service is where you are charged based on the actual usage of the service resources on an hourly or monthly basis.
Non-metered services are a subscription-based offering, also referred to as “standard subscription” or “uncommitted” offerings. A Non-metered service is essentially a monthly or annual subscription for a fixed service configuration which you typically cannot change.
Here are the new features in the latest 17.1.3 release of Application Builder Cloud Service which was released in February 2017. Click through for more details on each feature.
- Mobile Application Development
- Business object providers
- Redesigned Service Catalog and Services page
- Business rules
- Support for Unique constraint for fields
- Applying actions to fields
- Row-level security
Does anyone know how to retrieve the details for a logged-in user in the new web forms? In basic (original) forms, a REST call could be made (while passing in ID of the logged-in user) using a business rule. This is a start form, so the user ID cannot be passed as a parameter from the process.
Oracle is excited about the next update of Oracle Documents Cloud Service currently scheduled for a February 2017 release. To ensure you get the most out of Oracle’s latest features and updates, Oracle is providing an exclusive sneak peek at the new features and capabilities included in the upcoming release via a pre-release webcast. The webcast will also include a roadmap discussion and provide a forum for feedback discussion and a Q&A.