So Oracle's position and capability to support Microservices has extended beyond just ACCS now. The important thing is if you listen to Chris Richardson (lots on ArchBeatDev) is that Microservices does not insist that the data persistance be locked up inside its own container with the code. It needs to respect the decoupling. So you could use the new serverless paradigm (projectFN) with a mySQL instance running separately - and still be a microservice.
But to address your question more directly - Oracle have based on their bare metal the ability to support Docker images - Oracle Container Cloud Service (OCCS). But Oracle are about to release something that moves the container paradigm forward further with its acquisition of Wercker and a new offering Container Native Application Development Platform.
One of things we would recommend to really help microservices highly effective is the adoption of the an API Platform. We have been working withis for sometime now and it really helps move game to the right place that minimises the risk that Microservices doesnt just become a spaghetti mess and services end up becoming tightly coupled.