Oracle Open Sources Kubernetes Tools for Serverless Deployment and Intelligent Multi-Cloud Management

Posted: September 3, 2018 in Cloud, WebLogic
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Oracle today announced that it is open sourcing the Fn project Kubernetes Installer and Global Multi-Cluster Management, two projects designed to help developers build the next generation of container native applications leveraging Kubernetes. Both projects are integrated with the Oracle Container Native Application Development Platform, providing developers with an integrated and enterprise-grade platform to build, deploy and operate applications.

The Fn project Installer follows the recent open-sourcing of the Fn project and allows developers to leverage serverless capabilities on any Kubernetes environment, including within Oracle’s new managed Kubernetes service, Oracle Container Engine Cloud Service. Oracle also open sourced a technical preview of Global Multi-Cluster Management, a new set of distributed cluster management features for Kubernetes federation that intelligently manages planet scale applications that are hybrid, multi-region and multi-cloud. With this set of capabilities, customers can quickly build and auto-scale global applications or spot clusters on-demand and enable cloud migrations and hybrid scenarios. Read the complete article here.

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