Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Events Service tracks resource changes using events that comply with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) CloudEvents standard. Developers can respond to changes in real-time by triggering code with Functions, writing to Streaming, or sending alerts using Notifications.
Oracle Events Service eliminates the complexity of manually tracking changes across cloud resources.
Respond to changes in near real-time using Functions, Notifications, or Streaming.
Events Service manages message delivery at any scale. It attempts to deliver all messages at least once, with multiple retries in case an endpoint is down. It is architected to handle endpoint outages and latency.
Events Service integrates with numerous Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services, so that customers can track changes across all cloud resources.
Events Service integrates with Identity and Access Management so that customers can define granular user permissions for creating and managing rules.
Events Service is compliant with CNCF CloudEvents for seamless interoperability with the cloud native ecosystem.
Developers can build applications across CloudEvents-compatible cloud providers with minimal refactoring, so that they can focus on building and innovating.
Automate provisioning, scaling, terminating, securing, and tagging of cloud resources.
By using Events Service with Functions, administrators can better protect their cloud estate.
Developers can use Events Service with Functions for fast, event-driven serverless application development.
Security operations teams can use Events Service with Streaming to route events to security incident management (SIM) systems for deeper analysis.
Events Service is free. Customers only pay for the services they consume that publish events to the Events Service or that receive events from the Events Service, such as Functions, Notifications, and Streaming.
Vimal Kocherla, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
The Events service lets you subscribe to changes in your cloud resources and respond to them by using Oracle Functions, Notifications, and Streaming. It eliminates the need to continuously poll your resources for changes.Read the complete post
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