We’re happy to announce that CloudHealth has released support for monitoring Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) deployments. CloudHealth is the first 3rd party cloud cost management platform to integrate with the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. With CloudHealth, customers that are using a multi cloud environment can monitor and control their cloud spending through a single pane of glass.
We're excited to announce the availability of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Grafana plugins for Metrics and Logs. Grafana is one of the popular technologies for dashboarding Operations and visualizing metrics and logs. Joint Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Grafana customers can now use these OCI Grafana plugins for visualizing metrics and logs from Monitoring and Logging services in a single pane of glass. The OCI Grafana plugins for Metrics and Logs are free, and available for...
Aviatrix is a multi-cloud networking and security platform, working hand in hand with OCI to solve the challenges related to cloud networking (including cloud access). One of the most popular services offered by Aviatrix is the VPN service. It is a cloud-first and cloud-aware approach. It only takes a few minutes to deploy the solution, all the elements run in OCI (no dependency on DC) and the user experience is first-class.
RunSafe has built AlkemistTM protections into common open source IT Infrastructure solutions like Apache, NGINX, Redis and Memcached (among others) and published OCI optimized images on Oracle Cloud Marketplace. OCI customers can now take advantage of these turnkey options to harden the IT Infrastructure they run in the cloud.
A key capability of Oracle Cloud VMware Solution is disaster recovery for your VMware-based Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC). This Solution Playbook shows you how to implement disaster recovery, powered by VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM).
TriggerMesh recently announced the availability of their cloud native integration platform on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. TriggerMesh enables real-time integration with OracleDB and cloud services, so Oracle customers can build event-driven applications out of any on-premises application and any cloud service.