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Oracle makes its Cloud Observability and Management Platform available

Integrated solution provides a new level of visibility and control for software deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, multicloud environments, and on-premises systems

Oracle announced the Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform, bringing together a comprehensive set of management, diagnostic, and analytics services that help customers eliminate the complexity, risk, and cost associated with today’s fragmented approach for managing multicloud and on-premises environments. The platform is available in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) .

With built-in machine learning, it automatically detects anomalies and enables quick remediation in near-real time, said a statement from the company. The platform has adopted an open, standards-based approach that is vendor-agnostic, supporting ecosystem interoperability out-of-the-box with Slack, Grafana, Twilio, PagerDuty and others. Early customers include Integra Life Sciences, Lone Star College, Kingold, and Green, along with implementation partners such as Wipro, Capgemini, and Mythics. Get started here.

“Oracle has deep domain expertise in operating the largest portfolio of SaaS and enterprise application environments. We also manage the largest and most critical datasets for our customers, and we develop and operate on-premises infrastructure, unlike other cloud providers,” said Clay Magouyrk, executive vice president, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. “We are combining decades of experience with OCI to provide end-to-end visibility for all layers of the IT stack.”

“With the release of the new Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform, Oracle delivers another industry first,” said Holger Mueller, vice president and principal analyst, Constellation Research. “This end-to-end approach for on-premises and multicloud management not only clearly benefits customers, but also provides an open platform for partners to plugin their offerings. The integrations with Grafana, PagerDuty, and Slack, and support for standards from the CloudNative Computing Foundation such as CloudEvents and OpenTracing, demonstrate Oracle’s commitment to interoperability.”

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