Oracle Goes Cloud Native


New Oracle Linux Cloud Native environment packages cloud tools for operators and devops engineers.

Oracle has announced Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment, a set of open source technologies selected from Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) projects. The value Oracle is adding to these projects is by testing them to work together with simplified deployments and enterprise-grade support.

The Cloud Native Foundation is an organization devoted to the task of building "sustainable ecosystems and a community around a constellation of high-quality projects that orchestrate containers as part of a microservices architecture."

“We’re always thrilled to see members and long-standing open source contributors driving cloud native innovations that benefit both developers and enterprises," said Dee Kumar, vice president of marketing, Cloud Native Computing Foundation [1].

With Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment, Oracle provides the features for customers to develop microservices-based applications that can be deployed in environments that support open standards and specifications. There are a number of storage projects associated with the CNCF foundation and several providers are included by default in Oracle Container Services for use with Kubernetes.

Oracle has been investing in components of the CNCF framework for some time. For example, Open Container Initiative (OCI)-compliant container software and CNCF Certified Conformance orchestration software have been included with Oracle Linux for several years.

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