Oracle’s new Cloud Infrastructure Broker aimed at making life easier for Kubernetes developers by Mike Wheatley


Oracle Corp. is aiming to make it easier for developers to connect containerized applications built on Kubernetes with its cloud services.

It’s an important move because Kubernetes has become the most popular software for managing container-based apps, which can be built just once and run on any computing platform. Oracle needs to support Kubernetes as best as it can, and to do so it’s announcing the general availability of a new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Service Broker for Kubernetes.

The service broker, announced at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2019 event in Barcelona, is an implementation of the Open Service Broker application programming interface, which in turn is an open-source project designed to expose cloud services to both apps and their deployment tools. It’s designed specifically to be used with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services, which is a suite of Oracle products that include its Autonomous Database, hosted in its cloud data centers. Read the complete article here.

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