Oracle OpenWorld and Code One are only a few days away (September 16-19). Cloud Native is going to be front-and-center at the Code One Keynote presentation. Hear from Oracle leaders, Maria Colgan and Greg Pavlik, about building intelligent, cloud native applications to develop personalized experiences and enable better decisions. In addition, Todd Sharp, Developer Advocate at Oracle, will tell us how he is addressing his daughter’s diabetes diagnosis with cloud native technology. He hopes to inspire you to solve your real-life problems with technology.
Besides the keynote presentations (OpenWorld, Code One), the conference provides numerous opportunities for you to learn in smaller group settings. Here are my top sessions for Oracle Cloud Native Services. Take a look and mark your calendars!
Learn about what’s new in cutting-edge solutions to accelerate your business. Technologies explored will include machine learning, blockchain, the Internet of Things, conversational AI (digital assistants), and automated application development (leveraging AR and VR).
Farmers lose 20% to 40% of their yield to disease and pests. Learn how AgroScout's solution is revolutionizing agriculture using AI and drones utilizing Oracle Cloud Infrastructure GPU nodes, Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry, container pipelines (Wercker).
The Open Days at CERN (European laboratory for particle physics) attract many interested persons from countries in Europe and abroad. This session details the reasons for the choices and the experience with Oracle Cloud Native Services.
Startups have always pushed the boundaries of innovation, and enterprises realize they need startup ingenuity to adapt and thrive. In this session hear from several unique startups running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Join Oracle’s global startup program lead and startup tech founders as they share the latest cloud native trends and the strategy for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and open-source development.
In this session, the CTO of startup sauce.video is joined by engineering leads from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to walk through how they built a highly scalable, available, and secure collaborative video platform on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Engine for Kubernetes, Oracle Functions (serverless) and other services.
The birth of a new group of software vendors, categorized under the cloud native framework, has given rise to hundreds of small software solutions companies offering agility and rapid scale. Learn how you can help your clients benefit from Oracle Linux’s cloud native solution and drive a significant business impact for them.
Every organization has at least a system or two (or many!) in the cloud and that is, understandably, changing the way systems are architected. Explore the strategies, tools, and techniques you can apply as you evolve toward a cloud native future.
With the introduction of Oracle Functions, developers are now able to incorporate serverless compute as part of their cloud native applications. Built on the open source Fn project, Oracle Functions provides the advantages of a vendor-neutral platform with the ability to leverage Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s powerful cloud native services.
In this session learn how Oracle customers are effectively deploying infrastructure resources at scale within minutes using HashiCorp Terraform. Hear how Reyes Holdings LLC is using HashiCorp Terraform to deploy software with agility on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Get a quick preview of new Terraform features and get your questions answered.
This session introduces the new Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment suite of solutions for developing and deploying container-based workloads with full lifecycle management and orchestration features.
Learn about the new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure API Gateway. It then presents a live demonstration of building and deploying a REST API that is backed by microservices on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Engine for Kubernetes and Oracle Functions.
Explore the details behind the Oracle Cloud container enterprise platform. It covers recent enhancements to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Engine for Kubernetes and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry, container observability/service mesh, marketplace, and integration with other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. You’ll also hear from customers.
In today's cloud-centric DevOps world, one of the biggest challenges in managing large-scale distributed systems is infrastructure provisioning. Resource Manager is an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure service that enables you to use infrastructure as code (IaC) to automate provisioning for infrastructure resources.
Hear how containers are also changing the way developers code, test, and deliver solutions. Learn about techniques being designed that will help reduce the knowledge burden and that are beginning to provide dev environments more suitable to the world of cloud native.
The lab covers the microservices and serverless architecture created on top of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and the latest cloud native services, such as streaming, Oracle Functions, and Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (see this site). You will also use a multi-tenant database.
Integrate Oracle WebLogic with continuous integration/continuous delivery software to generate Docker images stored in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure registry. Deploy the Oracle WebLogic Kubernetes operator and a load balancer and create an Oracle WebLogic Server domain in the Kubernetes cluster on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Kata Containers is an open source project to build a standard implementation of lightweight virtual machines (VMs) that feel and perform like containers but provide the workload isolation and security advantages of VMs. Get hands-on with Kata containers, Oracle Linux, and Oracle Cloud in this lab.
The CERN team in charge of running Java applications on top of Oracle WebLogic Server is moving its deployments from virtual servers to a container-based infrastructure. By using state-of-the-art technologies such as Docker images and Kubernetes orchestration, the team has greatly improved productivity.
The rise of the cloud has brought many changes to the way applications are built. See how you can combine the power of microservices with the agility of cloud native data management.
This session dives into the brand new service - Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Logging. Explore what it means to view and analyze logs from your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources and applications, and tie into your existing workflows.
The cloud is the application platform of the future. This session explores the comprehensive tooling offered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring for insights, monitoring, and observability of your cloud environments.
Walk through two scenarios where cloud native applications are most common: Using the events service with Oracle Functions to build a cloud native events-driven application, and using the events service with notifications service to send notifications about mission-critical operations.
Where do you get started with cloud migration? Learn about microservices and containers, continuous integration/continuous delivery workflows, container orchestration with Kubernetes, API gateways, service mesh, and infrastructure components.
Project Helidon is an open-source framework that supports customers developing Java-based microservices applications. Gain an understanding of the strategy and roadmap, and uncover how you might benefit from using Helidon in your business.
Explore how companies big and small can build powerful real-time systems with minimal effort using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Streaming. This session focuses on two key aspects: open-source Kafka compatibility support, and the connected ecosystem that provides simple and serverless connectors to move streaming data for persistence and analytics.
Looking for a DevOps-friendly way to create Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services before deploying apps? This session discusses and demonstrates the Service Broker for Kubernetes, which provides connectivity between Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes and Oracle Autonomous Database.
See how the Oracle WebLogic Kubernetes operator has been developed to simplify Oracle WebLogic lifecycle management in Kubernetes. Learn how to use Oracle WebLogic with Kubernetes native logging and monitoring tools such as Elastic Stack, Prometheus, and Grafana.
This tutorial gives attendees a hands-on experience with using the Istio service mesh. They will gain a solid appreciation of why a service mesh can help in their architecture and DevOps and how to implement the basic-to-advanced service mesh patterns.
Learn how microservices, containers, Kubernetes, and automation all come together to drive efficiency, productivity, and reduce waste. Topics covered include how to ensure observability, traceability, and manageability of the microservices running in the container-orchestrated environment of Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes.
I hope these presentations give you an idea of the depth and breadth of technology on display at Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle CodeOne. We hope to see you soon, and if you haven’t done so already, please register today!