• August 28, 2018

Industry Thought Leaders Look to the Future with Cloud Native Labs

Alexandra Huff
Director of Java Global Marketing

Not everyone is aware that Oracle offers a robust set of cloud services on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), and that some of our most forward-thinking developers are building out solutions on Oracle Container Engine, our managed Kubernetes service. The team at Cloud Native Labs explores some of the most interesting new technologies and helps users understand best practices when working with them, including how to get started efficiently.

As mentioned in Karthik Gaekwad’s post, we hosted a recent developer event in Austin where we shone a spotlight on some of the cool new work we are doing. It included a panel discussion with five dynamic industry thought leaders, to get their take on some pressing questions with huge impact. What are the meatiest challenges facing your company and our industry today? What are the biggest untapped opportunities of the near future?

Blaize Berry  of Walmart Tech, Andrew Busey of Conversable, Lee Calcote of Solarwinds, Rob Hirschfeld of RackN, and Dustin Kirkland of Google Cloud eagerly tackled these questions in this panel discussion:

Bob Quillin, Oracle VP of Developer Relations, emceed the event and led off with an introduction on what Oracle and Cloud Native Labs are up to.

Karthik’s session, described in his blog post, can be viewed with his demo in its entirety. 

And TJ Fontaine’s FaaS case study session on building out cloud-scale Functions-as-a-Service using the open source Fn Project is here:

We invite you to review what was presented if you missed it, and/or share it with colleagues. Here’s a quick look at the full agenda with direct links to the sessions.

If you are interested in learning more or hosting a similar event at your local meetup, please let us know!

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