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Cloud Native services empower modern application development using technologies such as Kubernetes, Docker, serverless functions, APIs, and Kafka. Oracle provides cloud tooling and automation for these services so that development teams can reduce operational tasks and build applications faster. Cloud Native services run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure which offers higher performance and lower cost compared to Amazon Web Services. By using services based on open source and open standards, developers can run applications on any cloud or on-premises environment without refactoring—which gives them the freedom to focus on building and innovating.
Discover how development teams can harness the full potential of cloud native to quickly and easily build modern cloud apps that are resilient, manageable, and scalable.
Find out why developers are excited about using cloud native technologies to create the next generation of applications—and run them anywhere.
Learn to build, observe, and manage modern applications using Kubernetes, Terraform, serverless, and other cloud native technologies.
Oracle delivers high-performance bare-metal compute, low-latency networking, and fast, all flash-based local and block storage. Using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for building cloud native applications helps organizations further reduce costs and get better performance.Compare Oracle Cloud Infrastructure versus AWS
For interoperability and workload portability, Cloud Native services are based on open source and open standards, such as Kubernetes, Docker, and Fn Project. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Streaming is compatible with open source Apache Kafka APIs.View Oracle’s cloud native partners
Use Cloud Native services with Oracle Autonomous Database and Oracle Applications, such as Human Capital Management (HCM) and ERP, to quickly meet changing business needs.Learn how to extend SaaS applications with cloud native
Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is an Oracle-managed container orchestration service that can reduce the time and cost to build modern cloud native applications.
Docker v2 API-compliant registry for storing and sharing container images. Tightly integrated with Container Engine for Kubernetes, Identity and Access Management, and third-party developer and DevOps tools.
This managed-event streaming service ingests, stores, and processes real-time streaming data at scale. It reduces lock-in through full compatibility with widely used and open source Kafka APIs.
Notifications is a publish/subscribe service for decoupling message producers and consumers. It helps you build cloud native applications that are scalable and reliable.
Track changes to your resources with events that are compliant with the CNCF CloudEvents standard. Create rules to take action in real time by triggering Functions, writing to streams, or sending Notifications.
Oracle API Management supports the complete API lifecycle for cloud native and SaaS applications including Oracle Cloud HCM and Oracle Cloud ERP. You can also use it for seamless integrations across Oracle and third-party applications.
Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment is a curated set of open source software selected from cloud native projects and backed by enterprise-grade support. It offers a broad range of deployment options to meet cloud native computing requirements for developers and IT operations.
Manage applications running in Docker containers and using a common API for communication.
Use object storage for network flow and audit logs. Trigger functions to parse and transfer new logs to your SIM system.
Meet the changing business needs of SaaS applications using containers, serverless functions, and APIs.
Feed data into Streaming, then consume it using log aggregators, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, or object storage.
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This program features a very special conversation about the current state and future of Kubernetes with Kelsey Hightower. Kelsey is a developer advocate, an open source aficionado, and a widely recognized expert on Kubernetes.Read the complete post
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