Most enterprise customers are embracing a hybrid, multi-cloud future. We’ve worked hard to ensure that the Apprenda Cloud Platform runs well on as wide a variety of private and public cloud infrastructure as possible to support this customer goal.
Over the past few months, we’ve been working closely with the Oracle Cloud engineering team to integrate, test and deliver the Apprenda Cloud Platform on Oracle Cloud. We used Oracle’s enterprise class (and lightning fast!) infrastructure as a service offering to provide storage, compute and network resources across multiple availability zones for business continuity capabilities. The platform spans Linux and Windows servers including a multi-node Kubernetes cluster and provides operational controls to rapidly deploy a wide range of enterprise apps in containers. The Kubernetes cluster was created using the OSS Kismatic Enterprise Toolkit which also seamlessly integrates with Oracle Cloud.
Earlier this month at Oracle Open World in San Francisco, we formally announced our partnership with Oracle to bring this integrated solution to market and help customers get the most out of their Oracle Cloud investments. The combined solution extends the value of Oracle Cloud by enabling several new high value use cases:
The Apprenda Cloud Platform has always had industry-leading support for database as a service (DBaaS) capabilities with Oracle and we’re excited about this new wave of innovation and integration.
If you’d like to get a first-hand look, we’ve created a “jump start” here to get you rolling. This includes: