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Cloud native technologies are characterized by the use of containers, microservices, serverless functions, development pipelines, infrastructure expressed as code, event-driven applications, and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Cloud native enables faster software development and the ability to build applications that are resilient, manageable, observable, and dynamically scalable to global enterprise levels.
Oracle is a Platinum member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which oversees several projects. The CNCF states that "cloud native technologies enable software developers to build great products faster." Consider the following examples:
This developer-friendly and enterprise-ready managed service runs highly available Kubernetes clusters with the control, security, and performance of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, while keeping pace and compatibility with the CNCF ecosystem.
A highly available container registry service that enables users to store and share their container images with ease. The registry allows users to push and pull images with the Docker CLI or pull images directly into Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes deployments.
This managed service can provision all Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources and services. Resource Manager reduces configuration errors and increases productivity by managing infrastructure declaratively (that is, infrastructure as code) using industry-standard Terraform.
This highly available, scalable, and multitenant streaming platform makes it easy to collect and manage streaming data. Streaming enables applications such as IoT, security, and supply chain, where large amounts of data are collected from many sources and need to be processed in real time.
This integrated service reports metrics from all resources and services in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Use predefined metrics and dashboards or use the service API to obtain a holistic view of the health, performance, and capacity of the system. The monitoring service includes alarms to track these metrics and take action when they vary or exceed defined thresholds. Alarms provide a critical service to help users meet service-level objectives and avoid interruptions.
This scalable service broadcasts messages to distributed components such as email and PagerDuty. With Notifications, users can easily deliver messages about Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to large numbers of subscribers through a publish-subscribe pattern.
Scalable, multitenant serverless functions let users focus on writing code to meet business needs without having to know about any infrastructure concepts. Users pay only for the compute time used and pay nothing when the code is not running.
This offering enables users to react to changes in the state of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources, both when initiated by the system or by user action. Events can store information to object storage, or they can trigger Oracle functions to take actions, Notifications to inform users, or Streaming to update external services.
A highly available, fully managed gateway that enables developers to create governed HTTP/S interfaces for other services, including Oracle Functions, Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry. Oracle API Gateway can also provide policy enforcement such as authentication and rate-limiting to HTTP/S endpoints.
A highly scalable single pane of glass for all your logs. Logging allows you to ingest and manage all logs generated by your resources and applications. Search and analyze your logs with a powerful analytics engine, and take action in near real time on any log event with an intuitive rules engine.
“Kubernetes and containers are enabling CERN to improve the deployment of critical Java applications to reduce maintenance tasks and focus more on developers’ needs, including improving their experience with Oracle WebLogic Server. In this context, Oracle has provided us with an open source tool that has helped us decrease considerably the time needed to configure WebLogic. We are also working to take advantage of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and its Kubernetes offering to replace our disaster-recovery solution for our databases and WebLogic.”
—Antonio Nappi, DevOps Engineer, CERN
“We wanted to migrate our applications to microservices to improve development lead time and runtime performance. We used Oracle Cloud for containerization, API gateway, event-driven architecture, and MySQL to achieve these goals, improve ROI, and reduce time to market. A traditional colocation solution would have cost us several times more and much longer to implement.”
“We’re a cutting-edge startup focused on helping make data AI-ready. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure outperformed all other vendors when we benchmarked on a cost/performance basis. Leveraging Container Engine for Kubernetes and Terraform with Resource Manager provided the agility and resiliency to meet our SLAs..”
“We’re excited to see Oracle continue to embrace open source and cloud native technology like Oracle Functions. The new capability of Oracle Functions provides Oracle Cloud Infrastructure customers with the ability to break away from the old, expensive methods of consuming their enterprise data. Combining Oracle Functions with the power of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle Autonomous Database gives us new ways to help our clients unlock even more value from their data.”
“Sauce is a video collaboration and creation platform for teams, empowering brands to create authentic video content. Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has helped us scale our cloud-based video collaboration platform to a global user base, allowing us to grow our user community while increasing reliability and performance, especially in the areas of video transcoding and creation.”
Cloud native technologies require developers, DevOps professionals, and software architects to adopt a new set of frameworks, which can present challenges.
Oracle Cloud Native Services run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and help you: