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Deploying Verrazzano on Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes

Verrazzano packs a nice set of capabilities that helps you with the operational side of of Kubernetes. From monitoring to logging and security, a Kubernetes or application administrator can get more done, faster once you know how to use it.

Author: Ali Mukadam

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About Ali Mukadam



Technical Director, Asia Pacific Center of Excellence. For the past 16 years, Ali has held technical presales, architect and industry consulting roles in BEA Systems and Oracle across Asia Pacific, focusing on middleware and application development. Although he pretends to be Thor, his real areas of expertise are Application Development, Integration, SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) and BPM (Business Process Management). An early and worthy Docker and Kubernetes adopter, Ali also leads a few open source projects (namely terraform-oci-oke) aimed at facilitating the adoption of Kubernetes and other cloud native technologies on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

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Deploying Verrazzano Tutorial Series
Deploying Verrazzano

Verrazzano packs a nice set of capabilities that helps you with the operational side of of Kubernetes. From monitoring to logging and security, a Kubernetes or application administrator can get more done, faster once you know how to use it.

So let’s try Verrazzano on Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE)! Here’s what we’ll cover:

  1. Setting up: A brief introduction to Verrazzano, Oracle’s end-to-end container platform for “multi-cloud and hybrid environments”
  2. Part One: We’ll create a cluster using the Terraform OKE module
  3. Part Two: Next, we’ll configure the clusters so they behave as a kind of global cluster