Oracle has announced its new container engine for Kubernetes, as well as open standards to cover its serverless cloud model.
The multinational computer technology corporations incentive is to make it easier to manage infrastructure-related issues in large organisations, specifically security, storage and networking.
Oracle wrote in a blog post: “To address these top challenges facing Kubernetes users today, Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes has integrated tightly with the best-in-class governance, security, networking, and scale of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).”
Meanwhile, Oracle’s FN Project is working on new open standards with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNF) which aims to standardise ways of describing event data.
DigitalOcean Kubernetes is also another one of its products designed to help to deploy and manage containerised workloads in the cloud.
Written by Leah Alger