Nirmala Sundarappa and Kuassi Mensah, Oracle Corporation
How would you develop and deploy Java web applications against a database in the cloud using plain Java/JDBC, Java EE containers (Oracle WebLogic, Apache Tomcat, WebSphere, JBOSS), Java IDEs (JDeveloper, NetBeans, Intellij, Eclipse), or Java Cloud Service? This session answers these questions and discusses security requirements for various database services available on cloud (DBCS, EECS, BMCS, ExaCS, ExaCM). The session deep dives into the prerequisites such as JDK updates, JDBC drivers, The Java Security (JCE) files, Java Key Store (JKS) or using Oracle Wallets, configuration steps for Java IDE and Java EE container to access a database in the cloud. It also includes a demo of the plain Java code and Java servlet connecting to different database services on cloud. If you are a developer looking for the best practices or clarifications around developing and deploying Java web applications against a database in the cloud, this is the session for you.
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