5 Security and Cloud Native Sessions to see at Oracle CloudWorld 2023

September 5, 2023 | 3 minute read
Erin Dawson
DevRel Communications Manager
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Whether you’re attending Oracle CloudWorld in-person or digitally (Sept 18-21, Las Vegas), there’s plenty of sessions for each corner of the Cloud World you inhabit (see what we did there?).

We’ve already shortlisted AI/ML and Low Code sessions for OCW this year, and we conclude this blog series with some incredible backbones to your operation — security and cloud native. Let’s dig in.

Optimizing Cloud Native Applications with GraalVM

Session level: Intermediate

You’ve harnessed the power of your cloud native app. Now it’s time to optimize.

GraalVM Native Image compiles Java applications into native machine code executables that start almost instantly and require less memory and CPU—making them ideal for cloud and containerized workloads.

Thomas Wuerthinger, Vice President, GraalVM Development, Oracle, walks you through a simple demo that highlights the advantages of native compilation to show how applications can be optimized to minimize resource needs, improve application security, and simplify container deployment.

Building Secure Applications with MySQL Enterprise Edition

Session Level: Introductory

Data protection and regulatory compliance are critical for all organizations. MySQL Enterprise Edition provides the advanced security features to help you secure your data to meet industry and government regulations, including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and Defense Information Systems Agency Security Technical Implementation Guide (DISA STIG).

That’s a low of acronyms — are you ready to ensure your organization can meet their requirements?

Learn to build secure applications with security architecture, identity management, authentication, auditing, key management, data masking, database firewall, and security hardening guidelines in MySQL.

How Oracle Intends to Become Your Most Trusted Cloud Platform

Session Level: Introductory

Data security and privacy are critical for organizations operating across geographic and political spheres. You shouldn’t have to be an expert in network security, cloud policies, and application security to protect your most sensitive data.

Join us for a discussion on how Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is making it easier to protect your critical business data.

Bridging Kubernetes and AI to Give You Superpowers on OCI and Beyond

Session Level: Intermediate

Before we head out to Kubecon to share our open source story, here’s a question: Have you ever wanted to easily incorporate the latest large language model AI features into your Kubernetes app deployment to give you superpowers?

Phil Chung, Director, Product Management, shares how to do this across OCI on managed OCI Container Engine for Kubernetes and self-managed multiclusters, cloud-agnostic environments, and the automated management of an Istio service mesh for easier zero trust security posture. Additionally, we cover how you can add new AI features to give you superpowers and better navigate and direct your OCI Kubernetes deployments. Learn how easily you can wield the fully open source Verrazzano CNCF-certified container platform for application management on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and beyond.

Accelerate the Move to Cloud Native Applications Using Graal Cloud Native

Session Level: Intermediate

Architects and managers can learn how Graal Cloud Native (GCN)—a curated set of Micronaut framework modules designed to be compiled ahead of time with GraalVM Native Image—can increase software developers’ productivity while reducing the cost of running applications in the cloud.

See how this results in native executables ideal for microservices development. Discover how to build portable cloud native Java microservices that start instantly and use fewer resources to reduce compute costs. Plus, explore how GCN meets your business goals without vendor lock-in.

Secure (sorry) your registration to OCW today!

Erin Dawson

DevRel Communications Manager


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