This is a continuation of an earlier blog where we walked through a process to utilize Microsoft Azure and OCI cross-cloud networking for serverless ADB and a Microsoft Azure application. In this blog, we show you how to do that with ATP-D.
This introductory blog post shows how you can build and deploy a serverless Java function in Oracle Functions to list the objects of a bucket in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage in a secure manner with fine grained access to the bucket.
To enhance our cloud security offering we recently introduced Network Security Groups feature which provides users with a comprehensive toolset to create granular security rules to controls traffic at resource within the virtual cloud network
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...