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  • Adolganov
    Docker Enterprise Edition announced5.0
    Topic posted March 3, 2017 by Adolganov Bronze Trophy: 5,000+ Points 
    Title:
    Docker Enterprise Edition announced
    Summary:
    Docker Enterprise Edition announced
    Content:

    Hello,

    Docker have just announced the separation of the project into two: free "Community Edition" and subscription-based "Enterprise Edition".

    What is the Oracle's official stance on that?

    How the Oracle Container Cloud Service will be impacted (if at all?)

    Regards

  • Raviraj Murdeshwar
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build...35.0
    Topic posted January 27, 2017 by Raviraj MurdeshwarGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points 
    Title:
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build artifacts for the docker.
    Summary:
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build artifacts for the docker.
    Content:

    hi..

    We are trying to evaluate OCCS for our product. Right now, we have Dev and QA environment with application packaged with Docker. We have external configuration and keytab  files stored in volume which are passed to the docker at the run-time. It helps us to use 1 docker image for different environments like Dev and QA.

    For OCCS, do you allow SSH access to the worker node, so that we can deploy the config and keytab files ?

    Thanks ..

    Raviraj,

  • Gianni Ceresa
    OCCS and "intra-Oracle-cloud" rules connecting to...44.7
    Topic posted January 16, 2017 by Gianni CeresaGold Medal: 3,500+ Points, tagged Tip 
    Title:
    OCCS and "intra-Oracle-cloud" rules connecting to DBCS
    Summary:
    OCCS and "intra-Oracle-cloud" rules connecting to DBCS
    Content:

    Hi,

    Was reading   by ​ on connecting to DBCS from a container in OCCS and I see it requires to open connections to DBCS from everywhere (the rule uses a Source as "PUBLIC-INTERNET", Destination as "DB" on port TCP Port 1521).

     

    This means the DB accept connections from anywhere, doesn't sound like the ideal setup to me ...

     

    Is there a plan to add OCCS to other Oracle cloud services as "source"? A way to enable a connection to my DBCS instance only from OCCS containers and not the public internet?

    Or is OCCS for now something completely separate from other Oracle cloud things and so better to not expect some kind of "intra-Oracle-cloud" rules for communication between services?

     

    The question can be asked on both places, DBCS and here, but as you are the last to join the party... (as far as I know )

  • Hasain Sab
    NodeJS application deployment giving Environment Version is...35.0
    Topic posted January 16, 2017 by Hasain SabGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points 
    Title:
    NodeJS application deployment giving Environment Version is not valid. Please fix and retry.
    Summary:
    NodeJS application deployment giving Environment Version is not valid. Please fix and retry.
    Content:

    NodeJS application deployment giving Environment Version is not valid. Please fix and retry.

    I used to give the "runtime":{"majorVersion" 4.4 "} earlier in mainfest.json file worked.

    Now it seems the current version of the node runtime seems to be 6.9.1 so i gave 6.0 , 6.3 and 6.9 as well. its failing and giving me above error. please help if anyone faced the issue or know what is the fix.

    Thanks,

    Hasain.