This article discusses the capabilities and benefits of the Open Application Model (OAM).
This article is a summary of the live broadcast about Open-Source GO: KubeVela, covering design ideas, and usage methods of open-source projects.
This article focuses on managing a multi-cloud environment.
At KubeCon NA 2020, the OAM community announced the release of KubeVela, an easy-to-use yet highly extensible application platform based on OAM and Kubernetes.
The management automation on cloud resources can reduce financial costs and increase enterprises' efficiency and competitiveness by lowering technical thresholds.
A discussion about the advantages of Open Application Model implementation and why cloud providers are embracing it.
This article outlines the changes in the Open Application Model (OAM) v1alpha2 version and highlights how the latest version balances standards and scalability.
In this blog, Andy Shi talks about how the OAM can address the concerns of both developers and DevOps operators, creating a smooth user experience in a unified approach.
Li Xiang and Zhang Lei, two technical experts, discuss what OAM is and how it's being used to upgrade of Alibaba's standardized and unified application management architecture.
Zhang Lei, Staff Engineer in Alibaba Cloud and maintainer of Kubernetes, shares his thoughts on what makes Kubernetes similar to a database.
The OAM and Crossplane communities have made a joint effort to build an open community focused on standardizing application and infrastructure.
Alibaba and Microsoft have joined forces to try to make developing and managing cloud applications for developers just as easy as managing apps on your iPhone.
In this article, we will introduce the value of OAM itself, and explain why OAM should be used as the standard model for cloud native applications.
In this blog, Hongchao Deng shares his thoughts on how OAM can help simplify Kubernetes and DevOps adoption for developers at DeveloperWeek 2020, San Francisco.
Hear from Alibaba's side why they wanted to help create the Open Application Model (OAM), a new open standard for developing and operating Kubernetes applications.
Alibaba Cloud and Microsoft have created the Open Application Model (OAM), which is an open standard for developing and operating applications on Kubernetes and other platforms.