Oracle introduces the only container native platform that is fully integrated and open, delivering an end-to-end experience. Oracle’s enterprise-grade platform provides security, performance, and control, while eliminating vendor lock-in.
Oracle Container Native Platform leverages Docker and Kubernetes to provide managed services for containers.
Offload software installation, upgrades, and patching, platform backup and recovery, scaling and high availability to Oracle Cloud.
Leverage a highly available, secure, and performant platform for containers to improve end user and customer satisfaction.
Take advantage of unmodified open source, ensuring no vendor lock-in. Interoperable services allow the use of third-party Kubernetes orchestration, Docker registry, and build pipelines.
Provide an end-to-end solution to manage container-based applications, from base image to application builds to production deployments to updates.
Oracle offers a fully managed, enterprise-grade, open, and complete suite of capabilities to build, deploy, and operate your container-based applications.
“As Veritone continues to enhance its next-generation Veritone Developer application for AI data product, application, and engine providers, it was essential for us to avoid cloud lock-in and to work with standards-based tools—such as Oracle’s—that enable true hybrid cloud management. An open standards–approach is an important guarantee that our developer community can continue to build the AI applications of tomorrow without worrying about infrastructure or vendor lock-in.”
“I believe [being Docker] first fit with our philosophy about 100 percent. It really just hit the nail on the head.”
Check out the Oracle Container Native Platform section in the Oracle Developer Portal for developer-specific documentation.
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