Ampere and Oracle have collaborated to bring you a set of images verified to run on the Ampere A1 platform through daily regressions. These are common software packages found in many Cloud-Native stacks that show the maturity of the ecosystem on the OCI Ampere A1 platform.
Cloud-native applications are specifically designed to run in the modern data center environment and cover a wide range of capabilities. These are often containerized and packaged for easy deployment and then delivered via DockerHub or other image repositories.
Cloud Native Base Images are used to construct other, more complex and feature complete images for all manner of workload. The choice of base image is driven by the use model of the deployment or OS requirements of the software being deployed.
Databases are the backbone of cloud-native application deployments. There are many different types of databases designed to meet the growing needs of global-scale deployments. Cloud-native software utilizes technologies such as SQL, NoSQL, time-series, and everything in between.
Cloud-native infrastructure is the glue that makes hyperscale possible.
Developing software requires the right toolset, and that begins with one of many programming languages.