EMEA A&C CCOE Partner Technology Cloud Engineering

Partner Webcast – Cloud Native Development on OCI with Spring Boot

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EMEA A&C Technology Adoption Manager

There is a huge shift in application development where cloud native, microservices and serverless are becoming widely popular. Cloud Native services empower modern application development using technologies such as Kubernetes, Docker, serverless functions, APIs, and Kafka. Oracle provides cloud tooling and automation for these services so that development teams can reduce operational tasks and build applications faster.

Cloud Native services run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure which offers higher performance and lower cost compared to other cloud vendors. By using services based on open source and open standards, developers can run applications on any cloud or on-premises environment without refactoring—which gives them the freedom to focus on building and innovating.

Spring Boot is an open source Java-based framework that makes it easy to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring based Applications that you can "just run". This is one of the most popular frameworks being used today to build cloud native and microservices applications.

Please join us as we show Cloud Native Development on OCI with Spring Boot, and as we dive into the capabilities and benefits in a simple, intuitive and developer focused way.


  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Cloud Native Services
  • What is Spring Boot
  • Deployment Options for Spring Boot on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
  • Demo: Spring Boot Deployment options on OCI
  • Summary - Q&A

Speaker: Allen Wangu

EMEA A&C Partner Technology Cloud Engineer
Oracle CCOE Innovation and Modernization, Kenya

Date: Thursday, November 26th, 10am CET (9am GMT/11am EET) - Duration: 1 hour


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For any questions please contact us at partner.imc@beehiveonline.oracle.com

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