Oracle cloud acquisitions bear fruit, with a new serverless platform and container services by Tom Krazit


Eager to court developers and tech executives who have long seen it as a cloud also-ran, Oracle unveiled a new serverless development platform Monday afternoon alongside a package of container-related services as a cloud startup buying spree starts to pay off.

“Fn” (a play on the function key) is the fruit of Oracle’s move to hire the team behind of, said Bob Quillin, vice president of the Oracle Container Group. It’s a open-source development platform that can run locally on a developer’s laptop or in the cloud, and it allows developers working with serverless technologies — those writing apps based around lightweight functions that are triggered by events to quickly execute tasks — to deploy those functions in their apps. Read the complete article here.


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