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Linux Cloud Native Environment is a curated, standards-based suite of open software technologies such as Kubernetes, that can help you get to market more quickly and make changes more easily.
Kubernetes is the engine that powers complex cloud native environments. It's one of the fastest growing projects in the history of open source software. Get your copy of the first week of Elton Stoneman's ebook and start learning how to use Kubernetes..
In this free excerpt of Cornelia Davis’ Cloud Native Patterns, you’ll learn how to navigate key elements of the cloud native landscape, determine potential pitfalls in your environment, and streamline your cloud adoption.
Cloud native applications can help you get to market more quickly, make changes more easily, and stay ahead of the competition. Shifting to microservices-based development, however, is not a simple process. To avoid getting locked into one vendor’s pricing and ecosystem, most organizations prefer an open source stack. But that means selecting the right tools from hundreds of cloud native projects and assembling and supporting them on your own.
Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment combines the best of both worlds: a curated, standards-based suite of open source software technologies that is tested, integrated, and supported on-premises or in the cloud by Oracle for your enterprise. Example open source tools included are Kubernetes, Kata Containers, and Istio. Oracle continues to monitor and curate the cloud native projects to provide support for the latest technologies.
Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment is included at no extra cost with Oracle Linux Premier Support subscriptions.