Helidon.io, Oracle Wercker and Oracle Kubernetes Engine working together. Part 1 of 2. by Rolando Carrasco

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Oracle has different tools and platforms for application development and deployment, as well as microservices on Kubernetes.

It is possible to identify some relatively obvious components, along with others which are open-source projects supported by Oracle. For example:

1. Helidon.io Project

2. Oracle Kubernetes Engine. Based on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), it is basically an engine for Kubernetes cluster deployment.

3. Oracle Wercker. A continuous delivery tool for containers. It can be utilized to deploy containers in any platform supporting Kubernetes cluster.

4. GraalVM

5. Should we wish to go further, we could identify Oracle Fn Project and Oracle Functions as a Serverless platform for function execution. We have written some articles on that subject, which can be found here:

http://oracleradio.blogspot.com

In this series of articles we are covering the first three items in the previous list. We will be:

a) Provisioning a Kubernetes cluster on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

b) Configuring the OCI Command Line Interface and obtaining the cluster configuration file in order to be able to control it through kubectl. Read the complete article here.

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