Christian Shay

Principal Product Manager

Oracle, San Francisco Bay Area

Biography

Christian Shay is a product manager in the Database Technologies group at Oracle. As a .NET and Oracle Database on Windows evangelist, he speaks to user groups, at Microsoft events and at Oracle events worldwide.

Papers

Developing Microservices with .NET Core and Kubernetes (Connect 2019)

Event: Connect 2019

Stream:DBAs; Developers

.NET Core is a popular cross-platform technology useful for developing microservices that leverage docker containers, while Kubernetes is a platform for managing containerized workloads and services that facilitates configuration and automation. In this session we will show how to get started developing microservices using .NET Core and deploy into a Kubernetes environment in the cloud using Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes. We'll point out the latest tips and tricks and also alert you to gotchas to watch out for.

Leveraging Visual Studio Code for Oracle Database development (Connect 2019)

Event: Connect 2019

Stream:DBAs; Developers

Visual Studio Code is the free cross platform and open source development environment for Linux, Windows and Mac that has rocketed up the surveys to become the most popular development environment today. Is it a good fit for Oracle developers? The answer is a resounding "yes!" and in this session we will show you why. See demos of Oracle's support for SQL and PL/SQL in Visual Studio Code as well as an Oracle Cloud browser for exploring and managing Oracle Autonomous Database resources from within Visual Studio Code. We'll also show similar features offered in Microsoft Visual Studio.

Running Oracle Database and Applications in Docker Containers on Windows (Connect 2019)

Event: Connect 2019

Stream:DBAs; Developers

Windows Server 2016 introduced native container support allowing Windows developers to take advantage of the many benefits of Docker containers, including ease of deployment, consistency, scalability, and platform flexibility. This session includes demos showing how to configure and use the Oracle Database , Oracle Database Client, and .NET libraries with Docker for Windows. We'll detail supported configurations and known issues.