Due to fact that database instance is external to ORDS/APEX/Tomcat instance there is possibility to run multiple ORDS linked to single database. It allows you to serve your APEX application by multiple ORDS instances connected to single database. There are dedicated Amazon AWS settings in EC2 dashboard called Load Balancer that can cooperate with multiple instances of Oracle APEX 19c with ORDS 19.1 for Amazon Oracle RDS on CentOS 7 to leverage traffic.
At the end architecture for load balancing would look like that:
We’ve published svnAPEX BETA version (aka APEX Version Control) on our public DEMO server.
svnAPEX allows you to follow industry standard workflow and increase efficiency of your APEX development process by integration the Application Builder with SVN version control system. To find more about our tool see http://datacons.co.uk/apex-version-control/. To get access to DEMO server – continue reading please.
Our DEMO server allows you to check functionality of svnAPEX tool, see its behavior and review interface.
Oracle Application Express is upgraded to version 19.1c (19.1.0.00.15) and license and documentation links in Amazon Marketplace were updated accordingly. For more details: see Product Overview at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B07QC2LMM2
Whenever you want just to try the newest APEX for only one hour or you need hundreds of APEX instances for months – with the AWS Cloud (and us :)) – you can! Full pre-configured stack of software: Oracle DB, APEX, ORDS, Tomcat and Nginx on dedicated secured instance is ready for you in less than 10 minutes.
We’ve been waiting a very long time but finally it is:
New version of Oracle XE: Oracle XE 18c is available for download (only for Linux now).
What is even more important:
– limits are extended to 12GB of user data, 2GB of RAM and 2 cores
– a lot of new options disabled in 11g XE are now available for example: compression, spatial, partitioning, multitenant/pluggable databases, advanced analytics