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Redmond hopes move will lure more to its PostgreSQL managed service

Microsoft is launching a database migration tool to help Oracle users shift to a PostgreSQL managed service on Azure.…

Coinciding with Redmond's Ignite bash, the vendor is offering Azure Data Studio, a cross-platform database assessment tool, to help switch from Big Red to a Microsoft PostgreSQL-compatible managed service.

Available in preview, the Database Migration Assessment for Oracle "includes database migration recommendations and an evaluation of database code complexity. With these changes, migration planning is simplified for Oracle customers looking to modernize their data estate to Azure managed databases," Microsoft claimed in a statement.

It said Oracle customers could get sizing recommendations for Oracle Database migration to Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure SQL, including Azure SQL Database Hyperscale, which it says works for large workloads up to 100TB.

"Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure SQL Database offer excellent value for Oracle customers looking to reduce administration overhead and optimize database license costs while maintaining performance," it said.

Earlier this year, Oracle and Microsoft announced Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure, an Oracle-managed service for Azure customers to help them provision, access, and operate Oracle Database services in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with a familiar Azure-like experience.

Carl Olofson, IDC research vice president, said: "Microsoft has offered basic Oracle to SQL Server/Azure SQL Database migration capability for a while now. Many enterprise Oracle database deployments are very complex, and so migration is difficult and fraught with risk. This service is meant as an expert service to provide a safer and more reliable form of migration."

For some time, PostgreSQL backer EDB has offered an Oracle migration service for users looking for a future outside their traditional home.

Elsewhere at Ignite, Microsoft said it was adding distributed PostgreSQL support for Azure Cosmos DB, its distributed database service, built upon the Hyperscale (Citus) engine. It is also previewing support for statistical language R in its Synapse data warehouse. ®

Wed, 12 Oct 2022 07:22:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : ‘Severe’ Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Vulnerability Found, Fixed: Wiz

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Oracle quickly fixed the problem before it could be exploited by attackers to access customers’ data


Cybersecurity firm Wiz disclosed Tuesday that it discovered yet another major vulnerability within a popular cloud-storage environment.

After identifying multiple security vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s heavily used Azure cloud services, Wiz researchers are now saying they recently found a “critical vulnerability” in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) that could have allowed “unauthorized access to cloud storage volumes of any customer.”

First discovered in June and quickly fixed within 24 hours by Oracle, the vulnerability was “one of the most severe cloud vulnerabilities reported since it could have impacted all OCI customers,” according to a blog entry posted on Tuesday by Wiz.

Called ‘#AttachMe’ by researchers, the vulnerability violated one of the most important promises of cloud storage – that a customer’s data is safe from prying eyes, according to Wiz.

“Cloud tenant isolation is a key element in cloud,” says the blog post written by Elad Gabay, a software engineer at Wiz. “Customers expect that their data isn’t accessible by other customers. Yet, cloud isolation vulnerabilities break the walls between tenants.”

Gabay added in his post: “Before it was patched, #AttachMe could have allowed attackers to access and modify any other users‘ OCI storage volumes without authorization, thereby violating cloud isolation.”

In his post, Gabay said that “thankfully” Oracle officials responded “extraordinarily quickly” when Wiz disclosed its findings in June.

Ironically, the New York-based Wiz discovered the major vulnerability as it was integrating its cloud-security technology with OCI, after the two companies had entered into a partnership that made Wiz available on Oracle Cloud Marketplace, company officials said.

Representatives from Oracle could not be reached for comment.

In an interview with CRN, Shir Tamari, head of research at Wiz, said the cloud in general remains the most secure option for companies” looking to store data, compared to on-premise storage.

But he said research by Wiz and others has shown that the cloud indeed has its share of vulnerabilities.

The “cloud isolation problem” is starting to be seen “across multiple cloud providers,” Tarmari said.

“Cloud isolation is one of the most fundamental promises of the cloud, that one customer will not be able to access the data of another customer,” he said.

And yet that’s exactly what Wiz has proven was possible with both Microsoft Azure and now with OCI.

In Tuesday’s blog about #AttachMe, Wiz’s Gabay wrote that Wiz engineers found that “attaching a disk to a VM in another account didn’t require any permissions.”

The post added: “This means a potential attacker could have accessed and modified data from any OCI customer, and in some cases even take over the environment.”

Once in a victim’s account, a potential hacker could have performed a number of damaging actions, among them the leaking of sensitive data, escalating privileges and manipulating code.

Jay Fitzgerald

Jay Fitzgerald is a senior editor covering cybersecurity for CRN. Jay previously freelanced for the Boston Globe, Boston Business Journal, Boston magazine, Banker & Tradesman,, Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge, the National Bureau of Economic Research and other entities. He can be reached at

Tue, 20 Sep 2022 06:07:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Critical Vulnerability in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Allowed Unauthorized Access

A new vulnerability in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) would allow unauthorized access to cloud storage volumes of all users, hence violating cloud isolation.

The flaw, discovered by secure cloud experts at Wiz in June and dubbed AttachMe, is now being discussed in a new advisory the company published today.

The company said that within 24 hours of being informed by Wiz, Oracle patched the flaw for all OCI customers without any customer action required.

However, in the technical write–up, Wiz senior software engineer Elad Gabay said that before it was patched, all OCI customers could have been targeted by an attacker with knowledge of the vulnerability.

“Any unattached storage volume, or attached storage volumes allowing multi–attachment, could have been read from or written to as long as an attacker had its Oracle Cloud Identifier (OCID), allowing sensitive data to be exfiltrated or more destructive attacks to be initiated by executable file manipulation,” Gabay explained.

According to the Wiz advisory, potential attacks resulting from a threat actor aware of this flaw included privilege escalation and cross–tenant access.

“We consider both potential attack paths quite feasible given that OCIDs are generally not treated as secrets. Numerous OCIDs of both block volumes and boot volumes of various environments, including those of major companies, can be found via a simple online search.”

According to the cloud security expert, the bug shows how crucial cloud tenant isolation is in any cloud infrastructure.

“Customers expect that their data isn’t accessible by other customers. Yet, cloud isolation vulnerabilities break the walls between tenants,” Gabay said. “This highlights the crucial importance of proactive cloud vulnerability research, responsible disclosure, and public tracking of cloud vulnerabilities to cloud security.”

More information about the patched Oracle vulnerability, including a technical demonstration, is available in Wiz’s technical post.

The disclosure comes days after a report by Snyk revealed almost 80% of organizations suffered a “severe” cloud security incident over the course of the last 12 months.

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Killexams : VirtualBox 7 remotes into Oracle Cloud

Oracle VM VirtualBox 7, the latest release of the company’s open source, cross-platform virtualization software, integrates with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) for remote control of cloud-hosted VMs, adds support for fully encrypted VMs, enhances 3D video support, and features an automated virtual machine builder.

The upgrade was unveiled October 12. VirtualBox 7 is intended to help devops engineers and distributed teams increase productivity, easing the creation and management of VMs and removing the complexity of configuring them for the cloud. Management of multiple physical systems is also addressed in the new release.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure integration in VirtualBox 7 enables users to centrally manage development and production VMs running either on-premises or on OCI instances using any VirtualBox-supported operating system, such as Linux, Windows, and MacOS. With a single command or button push, users can export a VM from an on-premises host and run it on OCI, or import a VM from OCI to the user’s local computer.

Oracle VM VirtualBox is downloadable from Other capabilities in VirtualBox 7:

  • For management of VMs, an enhanced GUI simplifies management of VMs on OCI and on-premises devices, providing a centralized dashboard showing resources used by each VM.
  • An automated VM builder accelerates the time to build and run a VM by automating the creation of VMs using the unattended installation feature or open source Vagrant boxes. VMs can be brought up in less than a minute.
  • Full encryption of VMs uses AES 128-bit or 256-bit encryption for VM data, logs, and configuration files without impacting performance.
  • Enhanced 3D support in VMs using DirectX 11/OpenGL support. 3D applications can be run including conferencing and CAD.
  • Enhanced nested virtualization supports running VMs with Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows 11 fully virtualized, which by default require Hyper-V.

Oracle is providing a developer preview of an installer package for macOS/Arm64 systems using an Apple Silicon CPU to run some guest operating systems for Intel/AMD x86 CPUs in emulation. The preview is a work in progress and provides early access to unsupported software features. VirtualBox 6.0 arrived in December 2018.

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Wed, 12 Oct 2022 15:58:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Oracle’s James Donlon: Cloud-Based Automation Could Provide Agencies Visibility Into IT Infrastructure

James Donlon, director of solution engineering at Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), said government agencies that are moving to the cloud as part of their digital modernization efforts should adopt cloud-based tools that provide them security capabilities and visibility into their IT systems.

Donlon discussed how cloud-based automation could enable agencies to perform continuous monitoring of on-premises systems and multicloud environments to immediately detect and address security vulnerabilities.

Automation can also help agencies respond to one of the biggest security threats: keeping systems up-to-date. Unpatched systems are primary targets for hackers and represent the greatest threat of ransomware attacks or data breaches,” he wrote.

He explained how tools such as Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle Close Guard could provide agencies with the visibility needed to address security risks and how a platform like Oracle Data Safe helps administrators safeguard data.

Donlon called on agencies to work with cloud service providers that can offer cost-effective capabilities while ensuring security.

CSPs that provide built-in, automated monitoring and security will be in the best position to help those agencies succeed,” he added.

Tue, 27 Sep 2022 02:44:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Oracle (ORCL), TELMEX to Offer Infrastructure Services in Mexico

Oracle ORCL and Teléfonos de México (TELMEX) recently announced a partnership to jointly offer Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services to customers across Mexico, whereby TELMEX-Triara will become the host partner for the second planned Oracle Cloud Region in Mexico.

OCI’s next-generation architecture provides a high-performing, resilient foundation for cloud services, while its physical and virtual network design maximizes performance and security.

OCI’s extensive network of more than 70 regional and global FastConnect partners provides customers with dedicated connectivity to Oracle Cloud regions, OCI, and Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications services, giving them the best options globally.

TELMEX-Triara will become one of the first telecommunications operators in Latin America and Mexico to offer OCI services to organizations in the region.

With the Oracle Cloud Querétaro Region already available and a second planned region in Mexico, Oracle will be able to help Mexican organizations with business continuity while enabling them to address their data residency and compliance requirements.

As part of its ongoing focus on sustainability, Oracle is committed to powering all worldwide Oracle Cloud regions with 100% renewable energy by 2025, including the Querétaro region.

Oracle’s Improving Cloud Capabilities to Aid Latin American Regions

Oracle announced the latest version of Oracle Communications EAGLE Equipment Identity Register, which allows authenticating only subscriber-specific information. This latest version could aid to prevent and curb phone theft in Latin American regions.

Communications service providers, committed to combating phone theft and improving customer service, are looking to implement databases to deactivate lost or stolen mobile devices. By disabling devices and keeping them inoperable on mobile networks around the world, operators can protect customers and help reduce criminals' incentive to steal.

This product allows operators to include the IMEI (international mobile equipment identity) codes of stolen devices, which are the only ones that correspond to specific terminals, in a blacklist that prevents them from operating on the network. It connects to the GSMA-maintained IMEI database, which is stored in the CEIR and acts as a central system for network operators to share information about stolen devices to prevent them from operating on a network.

Oracle’s Cloud Expansion Strategy- A Game Changer

Oracle is striving hard to strengthen its position in the lucrative cloud space. As part of Oracle’s planned expansion of its cloud region footprint to support strong customer demand for OCI and Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications services worldwide, Oracle aims to open additional cloud regions in Colombia, Chile, and Israel, and plans to offer at least 44 cloud regions.

In first-quarter 2023, Oracle's total quarterly revenues were up 18% year over year, largely due to a 14% increase in cloud services and license support subscriptions. Total cloud services and license revenues for the quarter hit $8.4 billion — driven by Oracle Fusion Cloud, Oracle Autonomous Database and OCI Gen 2.

An expanding clientele is enabling the company to maintain its leading position in the cloud ERP market. The healthy adoption of cloud-based applications, comprising NetSuite Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Fusion ERP and Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM) bodes well for the long term.

Apart from Oracle, the HCM space is dominated by the likes of Workday WDAY, SAP SE SAP and Automatic Data Processing ADP.

SAP’s SuccessFactors Solutions suite is the mainstay of the company’s HCM solutions. Last year, the company added a new cloud-based solution— the SAP SuccessFactors Time Tracking — to the SAP SuccessFactors Human Experience Management solutions portfolio.

Workday’s top line is being driven by high demand for its HCM and financial management solutions. Some of the notable HCM deal wins for Workday include Novartis, DraftKings, and CTBC Bank.

Automatic Data Processing is one of the leading names in the cloud-based HCM solutions space. The company has expanded its footprint in the HCM market through multiple acquisitions that include Celergo, WorkMarket, and The Marcus Buckingham Company.

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Killexams : Imperva Meets Enterprise and Public Sector Data Security Needs for Critical and Sensitive Workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Powered by Oracle Cloud, Imperva Data Security Fabric Helps Secure and Accelerate Migrations to the Cloud

Imperva, Inc., (@Imperva) a cybersecurity leader whose mission is to protect data and all paths to it, announces that Imperva is extending its award-winning, hybrid data security platform to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to help customers simplify migration, and automate compliance monitoring of cloud data instances. Imperva Data Security Fabric (DSF) has achieved Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise status and is now available on Oracle Cloud Marketplace, offering added value to Oracle Cloud customers.

Imperva DSF provides unified data-centric security controls across the entire data estate offering scalability and simpler infrastructure. Through a single interface, Imperva Data Security Fabric helps discover and protect sensitive data types, including structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data, as enterprise customers migrate from globally dispersed data centers to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. In addition, Imperva DSF supports several Oracle Database versions including Oracle Database 19c, and Oracle Database 21c, as well as Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) and Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW). Imperva is also a member of Oracle Partner Network (OPN).

"The cloud represents a huge opportunity for our partner community," said David Hicks, group vice president, Worldwide ISV Cloud Business Development, Oracle. "Imperva's commitment to innovation with Oracle Cloud along with knowledgeable execution can help our mutual customers deploy cloud-enabled cybersecurity solutions optimized to meet critical business needs."

"Improving the customer experience is a top business priority driving digital transformation. With customers becoming more attuned to the value of their data and the risks present as a result, organizations need to consider security and data protection as part of this transformation," said Jennifer Glenn, Research Director for the IDC Security and Trust Group. "For Oracle customers considering moving to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Imperva Data Security Fabric can provide visibility and automation across each environment, helping protect critical data at each stage of the migration."

"Imperva and Oracle have collaborated for years, helping mutual customers monitor and secure their sensitive data," says Dan Neault, SVP and GM, Data Security, Imperva. "We are excited to share that we have extended our platform to customers migrating their data to OCI with Imperva Data Security Fabric, now available in the Oracle Cloud marketplace."

Security complexity has hindered cloud agility

The cloud has revolutionized IT, offering organizations a strategic accelerator to rapidly pursue new market initiatives and adapt their operations in the face of new business challenges and opportunities. However, uncertainty about how best to overcome security risks and ensure regulatory compliance has slowed cloud adoption historically.

Significant differences between on-premises and cloud database environments have led organizations to try extending traditional database security tools to their cloud environments. Often they encounter unavoidable limitations, from the technical impossibility of installing agents on database as a service (DBaaS) deployments, to the practical limitations of directing all cloud database traffic through a proxy service. This has resulted in organizations using a patchwork of individual tools. This approach raises the likelihood of human error, unnecessarily increasing the risk of a breach or compliance failure.

Automation for many data security and regulatory compliance tasks reduces, and in some cases, may eliminate the burden placed on data security teams to manually keep compliance updates, records, and audit trails. Imperva DSF can help save time and reduce the cost of securing data by unifying security tasks including data activity monitoring, sensitive data discovery, classification, compliance, risk analytics, and threat detection.

Powered by Oracle Cloud, Imperva DSF provides information security leaders with an approach for enabling security, compliance and governance outcomes. Security teams can benefit by simplifying the protection of the organization's diverse data ecosystem, with single-pane-of-glass administration, integration with other IT security investments, and broad database coverage.

About Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise

Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise recognizes OPN members with solutions that run on Oracle Cloud. For partners earning the Powered by Oracle Cloud Expertise, this achievement offers customers confidence that the partner's application is supported by the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure SLA, enabling full access and control over their cloud infrastructure services as well as consistent performance.

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About Imperva

Imperva is the comprehensive digital security leader on a mission to help organizations protect their data and all paths to it. Only Imperva protects all digital experiences, from business logic to APIs, microservices, and the data layer, and from vulnerable, legacy environments to cloud-first organizations. Customers around the world trust Imperva to protect their applications, data, and websites from cyber attacks. With an integrated approach combining edge, application security, and data security, Imperva protects companies ranging from cloud-native start-ups to global multi-nationals with hybrid infrastructure. Imperva Threat Research and our global intelligence community keep Imperva ahead of the threat landscape and seamlessly integrate the latest security, privacy, and compliance expertise into our solutions.

About Oracle PartnerNetwork

Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) is Oracle's partner program designed to enable partners to accelerate the transition to cloud and drive superior customer business outcomes. The OPN program allows partners to engage with Oracle through track(s) aligned to how they go to market: Cloud Build for partners that provide products or services built on or integrated with Oracle Cloud; Cloud Sell for partners that resell Oracle Cloud technology; Cloud Service for partners that implement, deploy and manage Oracle Cloud Services; and License & Hardware for partners that build, service or sell Oracle software licenses or hardware products. Customers can expedite their business objectives with OPN partners who have achieved Expertise in a product family or cloud service. To learn more visit:


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Killexams : Vulnerability in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure could have allowed unauthorized access

Researchers on Tuesday reported that #AttachMe, a dangerous cloud isolation vulnerability in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), was of grave concern because it could have been targeted by an attacker without authorization.

In a blog post, Wiz researchers said any unattached storage volume or attached storage volumes allowing multi-attachment could have been read from or written to as long as the attacker had the Oracle Cloud Identifier (OCID), which would have let sensitive data be exfiltrated or more destructive attacks initiated by executable file manipulation.

Wiz engineers discovered the vulnerability in June and within 24 hours of being informed by Wiz, Oracle patched #AttachMe for all OCI customers. No customer action was required.

What made the #AttachMe vulnerability so critical?

Jerrod Piker, competitive intelligence analyst at Deep Instinct, said the issue was that attackers could potentially exfiltrate or destroy sensitive data within OCI storage volumes without authorization. Piker said most vulnerabilities at least require some sort of privileged access to enact, while this one only required the attacker to know the OCID for the volume to do the damage.

Piker said the #AttachMe vulnerability stands unique from other cloud isolation vulnerabilities in that it was related to the core OCI cloud service. Pikder said what this means is that unattached storage volumes could have been attached by an attacker to a VM in another account without requiring any permissions. He said it’s extremely concerning because literally every OCI customer was a potential target.

“Oracle understood the severity of this vulnerability, and patched it within hours across the whole customer base, without requiring any action on the customer side,” Piker said. “While this is encouraging to see the rapid response from Oracle, it still causes concern for future cloud isolation vulnerabilities that may arise. The most important things to take action on are to lock down every cloud asset and resource with a least privilege model, and monitor and enforce access control to and activities related to all internet-facing cloud assets and information. There are many cloud security tools available to assist in these efforts, but the closer one can get to complete visibility of all user and resource activity the better.”

Mike Parkin, senior technical engineer at Vulcan Cyber, added while there’s no indication that threat actors ever exploited this, any vulnerability that allows unauthorized access to another user’s data is problematic. Parkin said in this case, any user in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure could attach to any other user’s volume if its ID was known.

“How much damage could come from the access would depend on what was in the volume, but any unauthorized access should be considered a bad thing,” Parkin said. “Fortunately, Oracle patched this vulnerability across their OCI environment within 24 hours of its coming to light. As for what should be done to prevent related issues in the future, security and development teams need to keep a tighter rein on any information that could lead to unauthorized access. That includes information like Volume ID’s and other potentially revealing data that, while not vital secrets, should be treated as at least confidential information.”

Dan Benjamin, co-founder and CEO at Dig Security, considered the finding by the Wiz Security team very significant. Benjamin said cloud users must constantly put additional controls on their systems to protect data access across their environment. However, he said a vulnerability like this one means that even though they put in the right controls, they are at a risk of a data breach.

“Even though Oracle has already resolved the issue, the vulnerability is definitely as dangerous as the Wiz research team says and could have widespread impact across Oracle's cloud user base,” Benjamin said. “This is another example of security teams needing to patch quickly and patch often.”

Thu, 22 Sep 2022 15:55:00 -0500 en text/html
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