You heard it right, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is going to KubeCon! KubeCon is going on Dec. 6-8 in Austin, TX with events going on throughout the week.
Continuing Oracle's dedication to open source and Kubernetes, Oracle experts will be participating in a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) panel, will present a session on multi-cluster operations and will be at the Oracle booth to address your cloud native application development questions on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
At 11:10AM on Wednesday Dec. 6th, come to the CNCF panel, Kubernetes, Cloud Native and the Public Cloud, moderated by Dan Kohn of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. During this interactive panel session, you'll learn about the R&D that Oracle and other leading cloud providers are devoting to Kubernetes and other CNCF technologies. If you're curious about the latest offerings we have to enable cloud-native application development or if you have concerns about infrastructure and hybrid cloud considerations, this is the session for you.
At 3:50PM on Thursday Dec. 7th, come to a session on Multi-Cluster Ops in a Hybrid World, presented by Oracle Cloud Architects, Vitaliy Zinchenko & Kire Filipovski. We understand the reality is that many organizations are dealing with multiple Kubernetes deployments, done on a mix of public cloud and on-premises environments and leaving IT to manage varied cluster profiles. In this session, you'll learn how to leverage federation for Kubernetes governance, even across hybrid environments. We'll discuss capacity management, infrastructure upgrades, version management, security management, micro-services dependencies, as well as how to achieve HA and resiliency.
Finally, if you're going to be at KubeCon, be sure to check out Oracle's booth, where you can learn about the latest solutions for your cloud-native application development use cases from Oracle cloud architects and experts. Stay tuned to this blog and follow us on @OracleIaaS for more updates from KubeCon throughout the week!
If you'd like to learn more about Oracle's commitment to Kubernetes, containers, and open source, check out the Oracle Developers Blog.