Oracle Container Cloud Services
Implement your workloads in the Cloud using Oracle Container
Traditional on-premise applications and workloads gain new life in Cloud-based infrastructure technologies. Oracle Container Cloud Service provides an quick and easy way to create an enterprise-grade container infrastructure. Oracle Container delivers comprehensive tooling to compose, deploy, orchestrate, and manage Docker container-based applications on the Oracle Cloud for Dev, Dev/Test, DevOps, and Cloud Native use cases. TekStream’s expert team of Cloud engineers can help you take advantage of the leading technologies offered by Oracle.
About Our Oracle Container Services:
When it comes to deploying your infrastructure, experience matters. TekStream consultants average over 12 years of experience with Oracle implementations, including Oracle Container. This means that TekStream can provide you with a solid roadmap on how to achieve project goals and assist in moving your workloads to container Cloud services.
Oracle Container Cloud services allow you to create Docker containers to service short-term testing and development needs, as well as serve long-term needs for more permanent solutions. We balance those needs with a scalable product that starts at your current capacity and grows with you.
Many companies assume that Cloud subscriptions will be quite expensive, but Oracle container is designed to maximize your ROI. With Oracle Container Cloud services, you only pay for what you use, when you need it. You’ll never waste valuable infrastructure resources again.
Plus, container Cloud services provide versatile functionality. Oracle Container Cloud services are built for development and testing, as well as production. TekStream shows you how to use the resource pool feature to segment your infrastructure into different pools of computing resources, enabling you to run different apps in different pools or in separate functions during your development lifecycle. This means you can build faster and more flexibly. Since Docker infrastructure needs can change quickly, you shouldn’t have to worry about making constant adjustments. You’ll have the flexibility to focus on your app, not on the infrastructure or internal provisioning requests.