Open serverless project Fn adds support for broader serverless standardization with CNCF CloudEvents, serverless framework support, and OpenCensus for tracing and metrics.
Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes tackles toughest real-world governance, scale, and management challenges facing K8s users today
Today at Kubecon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2018, Oracle announced new support for several open serverless standards on its open Fn Project and a set of critical new Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes features addressing key real-world Kubernetes issues including governance, security, networking, storage, scale, and manageability.
Both the serverless and Kubernetes communities are at an important crossroads in their evolution, and to further its commitment to open serverless standards, Oracle announced that the Fn Project now supports standards-based projects CloudEvents and the Serverless Framework. Both projects are intended to create interoperable and community-driven alternatives to today’s proprietary serverless options.
Solving Real World Kubernetes Challenges
The New Stack, in partnership with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) recently published a report analyzing top challenges facing Kubernetes users today. The report found that infrastructure-related issues – specifically security, storage, and networking – had risen to the top, impacting larger companies the most. Read the complete article here.
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