A current trend is that organizations frequently have to address business requirements that result in multi-cloud environments where applications and data end up deployed to more than one public cloud provider. Larry Ellison and Satya Nadella announced the general availability of Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure (ODSA), enabling Azure Applications to directly access Oracle Database Services with low latency as if operating in one cloud. Developers familiar with Azure can deploy Oracle Databases from the Azure Portal, use ODSA’s automated cross-cloud network provisioning and identity federation, and view Azure-integrated Oracle Database metrics as a single pane of glass for observability.
I’m Juarez Junior, Senior Principal Java Developer Evangelist at Oracle. Previously, an Azure Developer Relations Lead at Microsoft, a Principal Developer Advocate - Blockchain at Oracle, and a Thought Leader and Technical Evangelist at IBM. I have 27 years of professional experience in Software Engineering and Developer Relations, mainly as a Software Architect, Software Engineer, and Developer Advocate. I focus on developing new code samples, hands-on labs (Oracle LiveLabs), workshops, demos, content (blog posts, videos) highlighting developer tooling and various Java-related and Open-Source projects, and participation in technical conferences and meetups. https://linktr.ee/juarezjunior
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