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Enterprise software giant Oracle announces its latest salvo in the IT world

Oracle made two big moves this month, released the quarterly Critical Patch Update and entered the serverless arms race.
After a series of big announcements at the recent Oracle OpenWorld event, Oracle got another big IT move this week. The enterprise software giant has finally entered the serverless arms race, announcing a new open source serverless platform. According to InfoQ, the Redwood City-based company announced a new open-source, cloud-agnostic, serverless platform, which they called Fn project. The newly introduced platform was also launched with added feature, an extensive Java capabilities, and a JUnit test framework, the tech-focused website reported. Oracle talks more about their new platform As mentioned earlier by InfoQ, which got the full details of the story, the new serverless platform will comprise four main components namely: the Fn Server, Fn FDK, Fn Load Balancer and Fn Flow. The newly introduced platform is written in Go programming languages, a newly developed open source programming language that was first developed by Google. But it also supports any programming languages. The...