Click to Launch Images by Using the Marketplace in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure by Bruce Burns


At Oracle, our mission is to enable your business transformation by migrating and modernizing your most demanding enterprise workloads onto the cloud without rearchitecting them. Our development efforts for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure are focused on this primary objective. We also know that to support your critical system-of-record workloads effectively with the least amount of rearchitecture, you require supporting applications from a broad range of vendors that surround, secure, and extend your core enterprise workloads. To that end, we want to dramatically simplify how you find, learn about, and launch both Oracle and third-party applications from our Oracle Cloud Marketplace.

Announcing the General Availability of Marketplace in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Today, I’d like to announce the general availability of our Marketplace in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. We introduced this feature at OpenWorld San Francisco in October 2018, and we’re proud to make it available to our cloud customers effective immediately.

Embedding the Marketplace in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure gives you ready access to security solutions from Fortinet and Check Point, DevOps solutions from Bitnami, and high-performance computing (HPC) workload management tools from Altair. If you’re an Oracle Applications customer, you can easily find and “click to launch” the automated lift and shift, provisioning, and lifecycle management tools for Oracle E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft. The best part is that you can launch any of these applications directly on your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute instance, which dramatically reduces deployment times to minutes or hours, instead of days or weeks. Read the complete article here.

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