Free Webinar: Using .NET Core and Entity Framework Core on Linux and Windows with Oracle Database
.NET Core allows .NET applications to run cross-platform, including Linux. Learn about the Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) release for .NET Core and beta for Entity Framework Core. These providers fully support standard .NET Core features, such as ASP.NET Core and Configuration API. In this session see demonstrations of developing and deploying these providers on Windows and Linux, including deploying on bare metal and with Docker containers. The webinar occurs on Thursday, September 27 (9:00 AM PT, 16:00 UTC). Be sure to register.
Video: ODP.NET Performance Counters: Setup and Configuration
Learn how to register, configure, and use Oracle Data Provider for .NET performance counters. This video walks through the process step by step, culminating in a live ODP.NET counters demonstration with Windows Performance Monitor. The demo sample code is available on GitHub.
Oracle Office Hours: .NET and Visual Studio
Want to ask questions or provide feedback about .NET development for Oracle Database? Join Oracle product managers for the Wednesday, October 3 (9:00 AM PT, 17:00 UTC) office hours session. Be sure to register to join.
Production Release: ODAC 12.2c Release 1
ODAC 12.2c Release 1 includes support for Visual Studio 2017, .NET Framework 4.6.2 and 4.7, Database Resident Connection Pooling, and pooling support for pluggable databases and Edition-Based Redefinition. All ODAC installation types and components are available, including Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio.
Connecting .NET and Visual Studio to the Oracle Database Cloud Service
Learn how to connect your .NET applications and Visual Studio to Oracle Database as a Service, including the new Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service. These step by step tutorials will show how easy it is to use ODP.NET and Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio with the Oracle Database Cloud.
Oracle .NET Videos
Learn more about developing Oracle Database applications on .NET and Visual Studio on YouTube.