About the Verrazzano Platform
Verrazzano is an end-to-end enterprise container platform for deploying cloud-native and traditional applications in multi-cloud and hybrid environments.
It is made up of a curated set of open source components – many that you may already use and trust, and some that were written specifically to pull together all of the pieces that make Verrazzano a cohesive and easy to use platform.
In this lab you will learn how to install Verrazzano platform on a single Kubernetes cluster and deploy sample application using Verrazzano concepts.
Bob’s Books sample application consists of three main parts:
A back-end “order processing” application, which is a Java EE application with REST services and a very simple JSP UI, which stores data in a MySQL database. This application runs on WebLogic Server.
A front-end web store “Robert’s Books”, which is a general book seller. This is implemented as a Helidon microservice, which gets book data from Coherence, uses a Coherence cache store to persist data for the order manager, and has a React web UI.
A front-end web store “Bobby’s Books”, which is a specialty children’s book store. This is implemented as a Helidon microservice, which gets book data from a (different) Coherence cache store, interfaces directly with the order manager, and has a JSF web UI running on WebLogic Server.
Estimated Lab Time: 90 minutes
- Set up an Oracle Kubernetes Engine instance on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
- Install and explore the Verrazzano platform
- Deploy Bob’s Books sample application
- Modify and redeploy application component
This lab is intended for:
- Anyone interested in the Verrazzano platform
- Anyone interested to learn about application development (AppDev)
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure supports the latest versions of Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer 11.
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- July 2021 - Initial version
- Jan 2022 - Updated for new OSPA standards