In my most recent blog post, Unified data platform and data virtualization through PolyBase: Part Two, I provided a demo of data virtualization through PolyBase.
To secure workflow communications, you can configure an Oracle® application server to use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
Amazon® Web Services® (AWS®) provides database (DB) services in both Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) models for both relational and non-relational databases.
Originally published in November 2020, at ObjectRocket.com/blog
Did you know that MongoDB 4.2 passed our tests and is generally available on the ObjectRocket platform?
The post introduces Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) integration with the existing Oracle® e-Business Suite® (EBS) environments.
As I mentioned in the introduction in Part one, the end goal is to demonstrate how to control inbound access based on IP address restrictions to one of my two websites running on the Windows® virtual machine (VM). Part two of the series laid the foundation with the the Application Gateway configuration. Now, in this final post of the series, I walk thorough the Web Application Firewall (WAF) policy creation and test the custom rule. I will restrict access to site2.hiteshvadgama.co.uk.
In Part one of this three-part series, I introduced the concept of the per-site web application firewall (WAF) Policy with IP address rule restrictions and set the stage for this demonstration. Part one also lays out the assumptions for the implementation walkthrough. In this post, I present the Application Gateway configuration.
As machine learning (ML) initiatives become more prominent across companies looking to leverage their data to improve future projections and decision-making, demand for frameworks that simplify ML model development has been soaring.