Functions and Events: Managed Services for Conquering Complexity by Bob Quillin


The general availability (GA) of Oracle Functions and Events on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure begins a new generation of simplification and openness for cloud users and developers. Oracle Functions is a managed functions-as-a-service (FaaS) cloud service based on the open source Fn Project, and it provides a fully managed serverless platform for Oracle Cloud users. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Events is a managed event-routing platform based on the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) open CloudEvents standard. With it, cloud users subscribe to changes and automatically react to them using a variety of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. Oracle Functions and Events work together to provide an event-driven serverless platform for cloud native application development.

The GA of Oracle Functions and Events extends Oracle’s ongoing efforts to conquer complexity and promote open standards. As part of the Oracle Cloud Native Framework, announced at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018, these new services are part of an inclusive, sustainable, and open cloud native development solution that includes Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE), Oracle Resource Manager (based on the open source Terraform project), Oracle Streaming, plus a broad range of related developer services. Read the complete article here.

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