Kubernetes becomes the defacto standard if it comes to managing and scaling your container platform, where you might consider that containers are the next gen infrastructure platforms as a follow up on virtual machines, where every process application or infrastructure component can run in a docker container, autonomous, lightweight and independent, as an application, or a piece of runtime platform software ( such as a Java JDK )
However, in the greater whole dockercontainers don’t stand for themselves and they need some management; they need to be orchestrated and configured in a meaningful way. One of those platforms is called Kubernetes, developed by Google and since it development more and more technologies embraced Kubernetes as the orchestrator platform for containers.
Oracle these days is aiming to get customers into cloud, so in this way they developed a Kubernetes cloud solution called OKE which stands for Oracle Kubernetes Engine and is available from the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Read the complete article here.
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