We're excited to announce the general availability of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Events service, which lets you subscribe to changes in your cloud resources and respond to them using Oracle Functions, Notifications, and Streaming.
Oracle Functions, Oracle’s functions as a service platform, makes it easy to build cloud native applications by letting developers focus on writing code and not on managing infrastructure. With Oracle Functions you simply write, deploy, and call your function. There are no servers to provision, monitor, or upgrade—it’s serverless!
Best practices on how to use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Tagging and some of its more unique features to optimize cost management, simplify operations and maintain governance. In this blog post, I'll discuss the different purposes of tags versus compartments, and the best way to leverage tags across your enterprise to maximize your ability to track costs and organize your cloud resources.
Launch announcement for Marketplace Stacks on Oracle Cloud, a framework that allows third party software vendors to build out optimal templatized architectures for the deployment of available software on Oracle Cloud.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has expanded cluster networking by enabling remote direct memory access (RDMA)-connected clusters of up to 20,000 cores on our BM.HPC2.36 instance type. Our groundbreaking, backend network fabric lets you use Mellanox’s ConnectX-5, 100-Gbps network interface cards with RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) v2 to create clusters with the same low-latency networking and application scalability that you expect on premises. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is...