With the Oracle Verrazzano Organization Container System, Oracle is offering a way to deploy and manage container-primarily based purposes in Kubernetes in multicloud and hybrid cloud environments.
Introduced August three, Verrazzano serves as a bridge between on-prem and cloud environments, Oracle stated. It enables people to unify application lifecycle management throughout microservices and conventional purposes deployed on Oracle’s WebLogic Server Java application server, as well as to standardize the management of Kubernetes throughout on-prem and cloud environments.
Oracle cites other added benefits of Verrazzano like:
- Improving developer productiveness, by containers and container management technologies, devops, and cloud-indigenous development. Deployment instances can be lessened and application uptime greater.
- Modernizing present purposes.
- Cloud-indigenous added benefits without the need of lock-in. Oracle suggests Verrazzano delivers a “cloud-neutral” solution for container purposes, regardless of whether or not they are deployed on premises, in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, or in other public clouds.
- Intelligent workload management throughout clusters, with automatic provisioning of Kubernetes operators, creation of Kubernetes objects, application modeling for innovative deployment scenarios, and extended characteristics for WebLogic, Coherence, and Helidon workloads.
- Automated, crafted-in observability for system and application factors, like metrics and log selection from managed workloads and pre-configured dashboards.
- Application lifecycle management, with cross-cluster updates with devops and Gitops enablement to lessen overhead and improve uptime.
- Polyglot workload enablement, with application handling for Java and non-Java purposes.
- Multi-system safety, with security for network targeted traffic, system factors, and application factors.
Verrazzano leverages the Open Application Model specification for creating system-agnostic container purposes. To get commenced with Verrazzano, builders can put in the Verrazzano system operator in their Kubernetes cluster and then use an application profile, which is handed as a Kubernetes custom useful resource to the operator. Guidelines are obtainable at verrazzano.io.
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