Announcing Oracle Container Cloud Service, a new service where customers can bring their own Docker containers and run them easily in Oracle Public Cloud

Posted: November 28, 2016 in Cloud
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Container Cloud Service (Container CS)

· Fast – Rapidly provision your own Docker environments, simply bring your containers and go.

· Easy – Simple to use interfaces and wizards get you going quickly without having to learn complex orchestration.

· Operations Ready – Whether you’re in development, testing, staging or production, dashboards and tooling give you operational control.

· Best Practices – Leverage example services and stacks to jump start your own containerized applications.

· Availability – Now – available as both a metered and non-metered service

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of containers, Container CS provides an easy and quick way to create enterprise-grade container infrastructures. It delivers comprehensive tooling to compose, deploy, orchestrate and manage Docker container-based applications on Oracle Public Cloud for Dev, Dev/Test, DevOps, and Cloud Native use cases.

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  1. I am interested in the CCS. Would someone get back to me at your earliest. I received this information from Jeff Webb at Tech Data. jeff.webb@techdata.com

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