Unified Management for Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment by Avi Miller


Delivering a production-ready, cloud-native application development and operating environment

Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment has gained some notable additions. Specifically, three core components for unified management: the Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment Platform API Server, Platform Agent and Platform Command-Line Interface (CLI). These new open source management tools simplify the installation and day-to-day management of the cloud native environment, and provide extensibility to support new functionality.

Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment was announced at Oracle OpenWorld 2018 as a curated set of open source projects that are based on open standards, specifications and APIs defined by the Open Container Initiative and Cloud Native Computing Foundation that can be easily deployed, have been tested for interoperability and for which enterprise-grade support is offered. Since then we have released several new components, either generally available under an existing Oracle Linux support subscription or as technical preview releases.

Here’s what the three core components provide:

1. The Platform API Server is responsible for performing all of the business logic required to deploy and manage an Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment. We recommend using a dedicated operator node to host the Platform API Server, though it can run on any node within the environment. Read the complete article here.

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