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September 15, 2017

Tech News: Oracle, a Platinum Member of Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Oracle is joining the league of companies like Amazon, Cisco, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and RedHat as the big sponsors for the Linux Foundation-based group that is accommodating the Kubernetes container orchestration project and other related tools. Oracle has announced about its joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a platinum member.

With this move, Oracle has made a clear indication that it is backing the Kubernetes ecosystem, bringing Kubernetes to Oracle Linux and making Terraform Kubernetes installer open source for the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Oracle, in the past, has made several contributions to Kubernetes and the related container tools. So, Oracle has in a way strengthened its stance for supporting Kubernete’s ecosystem by joining Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

Oracle has a prestigious reputation amongst world class enterprises. By joining Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a platinum member, experts are believing that Oracle will be playing a key role in defining the future of enterprise cloud.

When it comes to content orchestration, Kubernetes is rising to fame since virtually every major player is now backing the project in financial terms as well as with code contributions.

Cloud Native Computing Foundation, apart from inducting Oracle as its member, also announced the first set of the Kubernetes certified service providers that have contributed to container orchestrator with in depth knowledge facilitating enterprises to adopt it. The list of providers includes names such as, Accenture, Booz Allen Hamilton, Canonical, CoreOS, Giant Swarm and Samsung SDS.

Cloud Native Computing Foundation is also adding two new projects to its arsenal of open source tools: Jaeger, a distributed tracing system, and Envoy, an edge and service proxy from the development team at Lyft.

Another important announcement from Oracle’s end was about its moving of the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) platform, which was earlier closed source, to the Eclipse Foundation. The code is now on GitHub.

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