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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.

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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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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.

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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: http://www.oracle.com/partnernetwork.

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Killexams : Oracle verifies Java licensing tools from Flexera and Lime Software © Provided by The Register

While one vendor says they help prepare for audit, expert warns they don't defend compliance

Oracle has begun to verify software tools from third-party vendors designed to monitor the licensing of Java products in enterprise environments, prompting a warning from one expert.…

In March, the omnipresent software giant began to include Java tools in its software licensing audits, often feared by users who can get caught out by the small print if not the spirit of the contract.

Big Red first introduced two new licensing models for its commercial Java platform, Standard Edition (Java SE), in April 2019 when it began charging license fees for previously free Java. This requires users to purchase an annual subscription for commercial Java SE products in order to receive patches and updates.

By September 2021, when Oracle released Java 17, it began to offer a no-fee license with free quarterly updates for three years – but only for that iteration, not earlier releases such as Java 7, 8 and 11.

Oracle has now Checked vendors who offer product tools to help monitor licensing and usage data of Oracle database, Fusion middleware, and Java. The two approved vendors are Flexera and Lime Software.

Oracle has an approved set of licensing tools for its broader set of application and infrastructure software, and experts have warned that, while they can be useful, they do not secure the user organization a cast-iron license position in defense of an aggressive audit. In fact, Oracle is free to use the data from the tools to inform its case in the audit.

In March, Garrick Brivkalns, program manager for Oracle Global Licensing and Advisory Services, told a webinar that Oracle only Checked raw usage data on these tools. It was "not working to verify any other aspects that the tool might possess such as entitlements tracking, matching entitlements, the usage, and compliance position determinations," he said.

Craig Guarente, founder and CEO of Oracle licensing advisory firm Palisade Compliance, told The Register this week that the new Java audit tools should come with a similar health warning.

"None of these tools can deliver you a compliance position," he said. "These Checked tools, whether they are for Java or other products, just mean that Oracle verifies that the tools bring in all the information Oracle would need to conduct an audit. For example, if the tools say you are using 100 licenses, that does not mean that Oracle will agree you are using 100 licenses. It just means that Oracle will be able to take the raw data and do their own analysis and come up with their number."

Although the tools could make it easier for Oracle to audit a user, they were useful at least in the sense they provided a data point. "That's better than nothing," Guarente said.

Palisade has a Java licensing tool which would never be Checked by Oracle because "that is not in the best interests of our clients," Guarente said

However, Lime Software argued that since 2010, Oracle had accepted the data collected by various tool vendors.

"Tool [verified] vendors should bring back the same data Oracle would," director Alex Andrew told The Register. "When we build our products, we break down each licensed component, build test scenarios for usage of each product, and demonstrate that across all platforms and versions we were collecting the right data."

He said the tools were safer to use than Oracle scripts themselves because they are not supported by Oracle for production environments. "I'm not saying that I have ever seen a case where the scripts failed or caused production issues. It's just one of those things that makes the management team nervous," he said.

Use of Checked licensing tools was "a great way to defend against an Oracle audit," Andrew said.

"Forewarned is forearmed, especially in the case of Oracle Java. There has been a lot of misleading advice about Java licensing given it is a fairly new and extensively wide-scale problem hitting C Level procurement and software asset management teams."

But there are exceptions where versions and environments do not need licensing, Andrew said. The Lime Software was designed to reveal that information, but it should be used in isolation, he said.

A more complete approach to compliance involves tools, people, and processes to get most out of their agreements without becoming non-compliant. "The tools should be identifying the risks, the consultants should be managing those risks, the processes should mean that the risks don't recur," he said. ®

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Killexams : Oracle’s ‘Swiss Army knife’ approach to DBaaS continues to pay off with MySQL HeatWave ML

Open MySQL databases are the workhorse of data processing and analytics, with performance and cost benefits rivaling all the major cloud platforms.

But while traditional MySQL databases offer reliability and cost-savings, they suffer from limited reporting and analytics capabilities, low automation potential and zero machine learning ability. Database administrators have overcome this by adding on separate services in a “right tool for the right job” approach. It’s a method certainly employed by other cloud giants, where a smorgasbord of database options is fast becoming the norm.

Oracle Corp. chose a different path. With the popularity of its market-leading Oracle Database showing a very slow, but steady, decline as cloud databases started to pick up share, the company challenged convention by converging all database functionality in its MySQL HeatWave fully managed database service.

“We see Oracle, which is taking the Swiss Army Knife approach, converging database functionality, enabling analytic and transactional workloads to run in the same data store, eliminating the need to ETL, at the same time adding capabilities into its platform like automation and machine learning,” stated theCUBE industry analyst Dave Vellante in a CUBE Power Panel on the database market.

Vellante dug into MySQL Heatwave’s rapid evolution during a CUBE Conversation this week with Nipun Agarwal (pictured), senior vice president of MySQL Database & HeatWave at Oracle, and Kumaran Siva, corporate vice president of strategic business development at Advanced Micro Devices Inc. They discussed how in-database machine learning is becoming essential to provide the performance levels that modern analytics demand.

Automated training removes need for ML specialists

There are multiple reasons that Oracle chose to integrate ML into MySQL HeatWave rather than take the specialized database approach chosen by AWS and other competitors, according to Agarwal. First is security.

“Customers don’t need to move the data. And if they don’t need to move the data, it is more secure because it’s protected by the same access-controlled mechanisms as the rest of the data,” he explained.

Also, a single database is faster and let’s users avoid dealing with multiple services. Plus, they don’t have to pay for external ML services, according to Agarwal. Another differentiator is that Oracle has automated the ML training process within MySQL HeatWave. This removes the need to hire ML experts, as no specific parameters need to be provided, just the source data and the task on which the ML is to train.

“This is something which is very important to database users, very important to MySQL users,” Agarwal said. “They don’t really want to hire data scientists or specialists for doing training.”

Automating ML training speeds up the process, which makes more frequent retraining possible and enables models to be kept up-to-date.

“And, as a result of the models being up to date, the accuracy of the prediction is high,” Agarwal added.

Customers can then run inference to obtain actionable insights from the models. And, in what Agarwal said is “the most sought-after request,” they can obtain explanations for any model generated or trained by MySQL HeatWave ML.

How does MySQL HeatWave ML beat the competition?

MySQL HeatWave’s impressive performance statistics were discussed by Agarwal and Siva in a previous CUBE Conversation. And when it comes to MySQL HeatWave’s ML performance, Oracle provides numbers that come with bragging rights. Citing a comparison between MySQL HeatWave and AWS Redshift ML, the aggregate performance of HeatWave ML on 12 data sets for classification and six data sets on regression was 25 times faster than Redshift ML at 1% of the cost, according to Agarwal.

Research conducted for Wikibon, SiliconANGLE Media’s sister market research firm, by analyst Marc Staimer put MySQL HeatWave ML up against the competition. Results showed that in the total cost of ownership/performance, MySQL HeatWave beat Amazon Redshift ML by 82x, Azure SynapseML by 85x and GCP BigQuery ML by 88x.

“There are many techniques that we have developed specifically for machine learning,” Agarwal stated. “[These] deliver us the better performance, better price performance, and also better scalability.”

This performance comes not from the more powerful Graphics Processing Units, as most would assume, by the less-energy-intensive Central Processing Units. This is enabled by AMD’s EPYC processors that power the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

“What you see in the AMD architecture for EPYC for this use case is the balance and the fact that you are able to do the pre-processing, the AI, and then the post-processing all seamlessly together — that has a huge value,” Siva said.

With MySQL HeatWave ML, inference, explanation and training all use the CPU in the same OCI infrastructure. Using the same infrastructure results in better TCO, as well as better performance because “you’re bringing the data to the computation,” according to Siva.

“The in-database HeatWave ML puts Redshift ML and Snowflake on notice,” Ron Westfall, senior analyst and research director at Futurum, said in the CUBE Power Panel. “Are these solutions more like yesterday’s tech in terms of engineering, performance and cost? Because they’re slower and more expensive, chances are the answer is yes.”

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Widespread digitization, automation, and increasing spending on tech upgrades should keep driving the software industry’s growth. While the tech industry has been witnessing a massive sell-off, we think Rimini Street (RMNI) is well-positioned to capitalize on the industry’s long-term growth prospects based on its fundamental strength. However, fundamentally weak software stock Inpixon (INPX) could keep losing amid the tech sell-off. Read more….

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The surge in the volume of enterprise data, rising automation of business processes, and growing digitization are the major growth drivers for the software industry. Moreover, rising network security and privacy concerns should also support the industry’s growth. The global software market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.7% from 2022 to 2028.

On top of it, despite macroeconomic headwinds, global software spending is expected to grow on the back of the widespread deployment of cloud and enterprise applications. Software spending is expected to grow at a 10.3% CAGR from 2021 to 2023, which is more than two times faster than the spending rate in other IT segments.

Given this backdrop, the fundamentally strong software stock Rimini Street, Inc. (RMNI) might be a solid buy now.   

However, amid the rising interest rate environment, tech stocks have witnessed a massive sell-off as investors seem to have flocked to more defensive assets to prepare for a possible recession. Against this backdrop, we think fundamentally weak software stock Inpixon (INPX) is best avoided now. 

Stock to Buy:

Rimini Street, Inc. (RMNI) 

RMNI offers enterprise software products, services, and support for various industries. It provides software support services for Oracle and SAP enterprise software products. The company sells its solutions mainly through direct sales organizations. 

On August 24, RMNI announced that the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) switched to RMNI for improved support and security of its Oracle database and technology platforms. This might bolster the company’s position in the education market. 

On July 27, RMNI announced the launch of Rimini Protect™, a new suite of security solutions that provides better protection to organizations from continuously evolving cybersecurity threats. This innovative solution might add to the company’s revenue.   

RMNI’s revenue came in at $101.20 million for the second quarter that ended June 30, representing a 10.5% year-over-year growth. Its non-GAAP operating income grew 21.3% from the prior-year quarter to $11.95 million, while adjusted EBITDA rose 10.8% year-over-year to $11.02 million. 

Analysts expect RMNI’s revenue for the third quarter ending September 2022 to be $102.42 million, indicating a 7.1% year-over-year growth. The company’s EPS for the same quarter is expected to be $0.12. In addition, RMNI has beaten the consensus EPS estimates in each of the trailing four quarters, which is impressive. 

RMNI has gained 6.9% over the past month to close the last trading session at $4.99. 

RMNIs POWR Ratings reflect this promising outlook. The company's overall A rating translates to Strong Buy in our proprietary rating system. The POWR Ratings assess stocks by 118 different factors, each with its own weighting.

RMNI has an A grade for Quality and a B for Growth and Value. In the Software - Application industry, it is ranked #2 out of 146 stocks.  

In addition to the POWR Ratings stated above, one can get RMNI ratings for Momentum, Stability, and Sentiment here

Stock to Avoid:

Inpixon (INPX)  

INPX is an indoor intelligence company that provides solutions and technologies worldwide. The company operates through its three segments: Indoor Intelligence; Saves; and Shoom. 

On September 26, INPX announced that it had signed a definitive merger agreement with special purpose acquisition company KINS Technology Group, under which the SPAC would acquire INPX's enterprise apps business. The proposed business combination is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022. 

In the second quarter that ended June 30, INPX’s total cost and expenses increased 46.5% year-over-year to $23.22 million. Its loss from operations rose 49.6% from the prior-year quarter to $19.89 million. The company’s pro-forma non-GAAP net loss came in at $10.08 million, widening 39% from its year-ago value.  

The stock has declined 8% over the past month and 79.5% year-to-date to close its last trading session at $0.12.   

INPX’s POWR Ratings exhibit its bleak prospects. The stock has an overall D rating, equating to a Sell in our proprietary rating system. 

It is graded an F in Stability and Quality and a D in Growth. INPX is ranked #144 in the Software - Application industry.  

Click here to see additional POWR Ratings for INPX for Value, Momentum, and Sentiment. 


RMNI shares were unchanged in premarket trading Tuesday. Year-to-date, RMNI has declined -16.42%, versus a -21.92% rise in the benchmark S&P 500 index during the same period.



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Killexams : How JetBlue’s integrated use of Snowflake and Fivetran is a model for the modern data stack

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Commercial airline company, JetBlue, is using the integrated Snowflake data stack to power insights into its customer services and operational activities. 

Ashley Van Name, general manager of data engineering at JetBlue, recently explained how a tight grip on the vast amounts of data it holds is crucial for the airline. Her team turns information into insight by using a combination of Snowflake’s Data Cloud and Fivetran’s data integration service.

This combination represents the modern data stack. Data management is a complex challenge, and information comes from multiple directions and myriad sources. So, any attempt to turn both structured and unstructured data into useful insight requires a broad collection of techniques and technologies.

For the past few years, Van Name’s work has centered on a massive data consolidation effort. By using an integrated data stack that draws on a combination of systems and services, JetBlue decision-makers benefit from powerful insights that create a competitive advantage.

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“We believe that data should be looked at as a product,” said Van Name. “If you lead a product team, and you build a software tool that is consumed by an end user, then you need to ensure you are meeting their needs and building something that can make lives easier.” 

Generating valuable insights

JetBlue’s three-year journey to a modern data stack has involved careful integration work. Snowflake sits at the center of the stack and stores enterprise information as it would in a data warehouse. However, this cloud-based technology also integrates with a range of other services to build the reports that power decision-making processes.

JetBlue uses a variety of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, with data streaming into the data warehouse from ServiceNow, Qualtrics, JIRA and Salesforce. The company also uses third-party SQL servers and Oracle databases.

Van Name notes that the key to creating a single view of this information is to ensure raw data enters the Snowflake Data Cloud. That’s where Fivetran then plays a crucial facilitating role, helping the data engineers to ensure JetBlue’s data is centralized rather than siloed. 

Fivetran provides a pipeline-as-a-service, which combines data from multiple sources for analysis. The service provides more than 200 source connectors that replicate information sources directly to the Snowflake Data Cloud. 

From this consolidated location, JetBlue’s data engineers get to work. Van Name explained that the combination of Fivetran and Snowflake ensures employees are focused on generating insight from information rather than tinkering with the technology.

“We believe that data engineers should spend time making their data useful rather than just moving it around,” she said. “Fivetran creates this world where gone are the days of sitting and laboring over building a custom data pipeline. Instead, you can reap the benefits of the output of that pipeline with just a few button-clicks.” 

Building the modern data stack

JetBlue’s tactical use of Fivetran is illustrative of a new phase in the data stack. While Snowflake aims to provide a one-stop shop for executives that want to manage the large volumes of information their businesses collect, the enterprise software giant also recognizes it can’t meet this objective in isolation.

Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman explained in a talk earlier this summer how his company has goals that reach far beyond running databases in the cloud. Either through developing its own tools or — even more crucially — by working with trusted partners like Fivetran — Snowflake wants to create an integrated data stack.

“From the standpoint of the business model, it doesn’t really matter to us whether we own the tool or somebody else does,” Slootman said. “We have a very different strategy than public cloud providers who want to check every box and be able to say to customers, ‘ere’s the whole kit and caboodle.’ We’re a best-of-breed company.”

Take security, which is one of the key areas where Snowflake is investing in. Here, the aim — by working with partners such as HuntersPanther Labs, and Securonix — is to ensure customers can pick best-of-breed applications that meet their business requirements and which run securely on the Snowflake platform.

In short, Snowflake’s vision of a modern, integrated data stack is one that uses tools to help executives at companies like JetBlue make the most of their information, regardless of who creates the tool. 

As Snowflake cofounder Benoît Dageville told to VentureBeat, his company believes the key to delivering an integrated data stack in the longer term will be allowing external developers to build and run their own applications on the Snowflake platform. 

“Snowflake will be mostly not be built by our employees – that’s the vision,” Dageville said. “We’re all about removing friction and democratizing things so that everyone can be an application builder.”

Reaping the rewards

Back at JetBlue, Van Name said the ability to work with a specialist pipeline provider to help push data quickly to Snowflake is already paying dividends. 

She noted that  it is not uncommon for data engineers at other firms to spend around 40% of their time building and testing the ingestion part of the data pipeline. Since implementing Fivetran, Van Name estimates just 10% of a JetBlue data engineer’s time is spent testing, validating and making sure the data is being pushed into the warehouse.

That shift in effort means engineers can now spend 90% of their time focused on how data is consumed in useful products. 

“You get the most bang for your buck from your data engineers because you can allocate them to harder, more complex data problems,” she said. 

One area where JetBlue is using data to create a competitive advantage is in customer experiences. Van Name pointed to the analysis of a post-flight email survey that is sent out by its partner, Qualtrics. Once customers have entered their survey answers, the responses are logged back in Qualtrics before Fivetran’s pipeline pushes the data into Snowflake. 

“This process allows us to replicate the responses very easily and quickly from our customers directly into our Snowflake Data Cloud in their raw form, so that analysts can access the information and derive insights from it,” said Van Name, who also noted the data has sponsored improvements in areas such as in-flight entertainment experiences and digital interactions.

JetBlue is also using data to boost operations maintenance. The airline runs a computerized maintenance management system via an on-premises Oracle database. It uses Fivetran’s HVR technology to replicate the mission-critical operations database in real time. Employees can then use insights from this data to make timely interventions.

“That approach decreases the amount of time it takes analysts to build reports because they have one place to go and pull the information they need,” Van Name said. “It also empowers more consistent reporting; you’re getting closer and closer to that source of truth of a certain set of information that your company cares about.”

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Killexams : CloudWorld 2022 - learn what’s new and next in Fusion Apps

Tech conferences are back! And my team and I are looking forward to hosting our Fusion Applications community at Oracle CloudWorld in Las Vegas – our first live event in three years!  It’s going to be a fantastic opportunity to reconnect, learn from each other, discuss what’s new in our solutions, and, most importantly, work to solve some of the hardest business challenges together.

So much has changed since we last got to be together in person. We are all navigating our lives and our businesses through what suddenly feels like a very uncertain terrain. It’s impacting everything from who we decide to trust to international trade, and while we all steer through this complex web of challenges, stakeholders are holding organizations to higher standards on everything from the experiences they offer to their environmental and social impact.

Unlocking opportunities

Faced with all this change, customers need an integrated approach that is complete, unified, and open across every element of the value chain, but that’s just not possible with outdated and disparate systems that suffer from siloed processes and data.

We believe that there is a better way. At CloudWorld 2022, we’ll showcase how organizations can solve their most complex and strategic business and industry challenges and unlock new opportunities, with stories from partners and customers like JP Morgan, FedEx, Heathrow Airport, and many others. We also look forward to sharing all the latest from Fusion Apps, including announcements about B2B commerce, new tools for enterprise developers, healthcare innovations, and other new enhancements across the Fusion Cloud Applications Suite.

Solving today’s challenges in the cloud

Everything you need. Not all clouds are created equal. We believe a complete cloud solution spans both the applications and infrastructure to optimize business. With our apps running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, we believe this is a combination that delivers the performance, security, and reliability customers need for mission critical business operations, along with the monitoring required to continually Strengthen the performance of systems.

Perhaps that’s why almost 14,000 customers, in every industry and region of the world, run their critical business operations on Fusion Applications, spanning every business function from finance, HR, supply chain and manufacturing to sales, service, and marketing.

Innovation that matters. We’ll be showing off innovation that we believe matters to our customers and to the world at large – not just innovation for the sake of innovation. Whether it’s healthcare solutions managing inventory or scheduling critical staff, transforming B2B commerce, focusing on hybrid work environments to increase worker engagement, or helping sales teams hit their numbers with a re-engineered B2B selling experience, our goal is to help customers transform their business in ways that make an impact.

Committed to customer success. At Oracle, we know that our success is built on our customers’ success. We work to earn, and re-earn, our customers’ trust through every step of the cloud journey—from onboarding, implementation, adoption, through to success. We’re fostering a community of cloud advocates that can influence our product and their peers, many of whom will reconnect next week at CloudWorld 2022. Oracle Cloud Customer Connect is a community of more than 348,000 members representing customers and partners sharing best practices and highlighting Oracle expertise in more than 200 topic-specific discussion forums. 

Join us at Oracle CloudWorld to learn more. We are living in challenging times and our vision is built on an understanding that there will always be disruption, and that organizations need applications that are designed for change. We believe our complete suite of cloud applications and infrastructure provides a strong foundation to be successful in this changing world. I hope you are able to join us at CloudWorld – either in person or online – to meet the people that build and use them.

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Oct 10, 2022 (Alliance News via COMTEX) -- The global enterprise performance management market size was US$ 5,593.0 million in 2021. The global enterprise performance management market size is forecast to reach US$ 10,110.9 million by 2030, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8% during the forecast period from 2022 to 2030.

Enterprise performance management (EPM) aims to help businesses, nonprofits, and other types of organizations link their strategy, plans, and execution throughout the organizational hierarchy. It also involves compiling results and structuring annual reports. It also evaluates performance and supports reasoned decision-making. EPM software also makes it simple to communicate outcomes to internal and external stakeholders.

Factors Influencing Market Growth

The growing demand for business transparency for all employees, increasing focus on core business, and enhanced performance drive the global market.

EPM solutions advantages, such as operational cost deduction, business process optimization, and compliance with security and regulatory compliance boost the global market growth.

The limited availability of technical labor and technological infrastructure may slow down the overall market growth.

The rise in technological improvements such as AI and IoT and the increase in the adoption of cloud-based EPM are forecast to offer lucrative opportunities for the global market.

Impact Analysis of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic had a minimal impact on the global market. In order to ensure the safety of their employees during COVID-19, several businesses had to alter their rules, laws, compliance, and policies. The main reason for the company interruption was the staff’s inability to move and coordinate with HR. Because the federal and state governments enforced border and travel restrictions. Due to social alienation, businesses have been forced to change their operating procedures and reassess operational decisions in order to maintain operational efficiency. In order to prevent the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments worldwide are working with cloud service providers.

Regional Analysis

The Asia Pacific region accounted for a substantial market share in 2021 and is forecast to remain dominant during the forecast period. As a result of the increasing adoption of advanced technologies, economic expansions, the rising rate of digitalization, and growing investments by EPM solution providers. In addition, a rise in investments from the private sector, strong government support, and the surge in 5G networks.

North America is forecast to have considerable growth during the forecast period. As a result of the growing acceptance of advanced technologies among companies. In addition, the rising trend of cloud technology and the adoption of a data-driven approach.

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Leading Competitors

The leading prominent companies profiled in the global enterprise performance management market are:

Oracle
IBM
Infor
SAP
Honeywell International Inc.
Anaplan
Workday
Epicor Software
Unicom Systems
Planful
Unit4
OneStream
Workiva
BearingPoint
Broadcom
Board International
Other Prominent Players

Scope of the Report

The global enterprise performance management market segmentation focuses on Components, Applications, Business Functions, Deployment Models, Organization Size, Verticals, and Region.

Segmentation based on Component
Solutions
Services

Segmentation based on Application
Enterprise Planning and Budgeting
Financial Consolidation
Reporting and Compliance
Integrated Performance Management System
Others

Segmentation based on Business Function
Finance
Human Resources
Supply Chain
Sales and Marketing
IT

Segmentation based on Deployment Model
Cloud
On-Premises

Segmentation based on Organization Size
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
Large Enterprises
Segmentation based on Verticals
BFSI
Manufacturing
Healthcare and Lifesciences
IT and ITES
Government and Public Sector
Telecommunications
Retail and Consumer Goods
Media and Entertainment
Others

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Segmentation based on Region
North America
The U.S.
Canada
Mexico
Europe
Western Europe
The UK
Germany
France
Italy
Spain
Rest of Western Europe
Eastern Europe
Poland
Russia
Rest of Eastern Europe
Asia Pacific
China
India
Japan
Australia & New Zealand
ASEAN
Rest of Asia Pacific
Middle East & Africa (MEA)
UAE
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Rest of MEA
South America
Brazil
Argentina
Rest of South America

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Killexams : Amazon Has A Solid Approach To Digital Wellbeing With Its New Halo And Kindle Devices

Last week was packed full of announcements and events from NetSuite, Intel, Atom, and Amazon. Although I could not attend every event like Amazon’s, as there is only one of me, I still want to cover some of what Amazon announced at its gadgets event.

I want to cover Amazon’s Scribe, and Hole devices which put a focus on distraction-free ecosystems and intelligent digital wellbeing, with the Scribe being the first Kindle Amazon has released in quite some time. Let’s take a look at how what Amazon Announced.

The Amazon Kindle Scribe

I want to preface my coverage of the Amazon Scribe with some context of how I take notes. I have used a keyboard and take notes digitally for a couple of decades, with OneNote as my preferred software tool. Although most of the people in my generation X probably prefer pen and paper, it is not my forte. However, it’s not about the tool that gets you to your goals, but the goal itself.

The Amazon Scribe is just that, Amazon’s tool for those who prefer a pen and paper feel within the digital context. I believe it excels over its tablet and pen counterpart with the closed and distraction-free Kindle ecosystem.

The Kindle is looked at by some as a slow, clunky tablet with low minimal features and minimal connectivity. While most of these characteristics sound negative, they are definitely positives for many people. I believe many OEMs forget to acknowledge that mobile devices are tools for getting things done. Whether trying to be productive in taking notes or trying to whine down and watch a show, the tablet is the tool, not the distraction.

That is why Kindles make great practicing devices. I love my Kindle. practicing is a task that requires a distraction-free ecosystem. What is another task that often requires a distraction-free ecosystem? Writing. I believe Amazon’s play to have a Kindle with journal capabilities within its ecosystem is awesome, especially when you consider how many people take notes and highlight on a book.

One of the difficulties of having a kindle with pen support is that e-ink display technology has a low refresh rate. The Kindle Scribe has a Wacom

Amazon took the pen a step further with an e-ink tablet with its functionality in the Kindle ecosystem. It is challenging keeping the distraction-free ecosystem while also wanting to include helpful and productive features. I believe Amazon has done a great job of including helpful features while maintaining its distraction-free ecosystem. The specific feature I am thinking of is the ability to send documents like Word documents or PDFs directly from a computer or phone to the Kindle Scribe.

The Kindle Scribe starts at $339 for the 16GB model, $389 for the 32GB model, and $429GB for the 64Gb model. Amazon has priced the Kindle Scribe better than other e-ink tablets with pen support. The 16GB is a higher storage option than something like the ReMarkable 2 e-ink pen tablet. At first, I was concerned with the low amount of storage, but for a tablet that will only have books and documents, I am not too worried about it. If you are someone that will put thousands of Word and PDF documents for annotation, I would recommend the higher storage options.

The Amazon Halo Rise

Amazon also announced the Halo Rise, its new nightstand sleep tracker that addresses sleep tracking uniquely. Most modern-day sleep tracking is done through either wearable or through an app that monitors movement with a microphone. For example, I use my Apple Watch and Oura Ring to track my sleep, but if I forget to charge my Apple watch during the day, I am unable to track my sleep.

Amazon Halo Rise pulls from Amazon’s focus on ambient intelligence by putting ambient sleep tracking in the Halo Rise. The Halo Rise uses machine learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to track your movement and sleep without the need for cameras or microphones. It can detect when you are trying to sleep, and even when you are sleeping next to another person, it knows only to detect you. Amazon focused on keeping user data private by not having microphones or cameras and built multiple layers of privacy and security.

One of my favorite features of the Amazon Halo Rise is its wake light which sets off a warmly toned light. The Halo Rise has a clock and a semi-circle LED wake-up light. In my opinion, in looks nice enough to fit in with other nightstand décor. It also does not look large and obtrusive. The Halo Rise also pairs into the Alexa ecosystem so users can implement it into night routines and commands for morning and nighttime rituals. It also has a small speaker for alarms. I would be interested to see if the Halo Rise is able to play white noise with its small speaker.

The Halo Rise would be less useful for me as someone who travels over 30 weeks out of the year. However, I believe Amazon’s sleep tracking approach is novel, with a lot of appeal to privacy and ambiance. There is little you have to do to track your sleep. The Halo Rise does it all, and I do not think there is another device out there that does sleep tracking like the Halo Rise. For days when I am traveling, I will stick to my smartwatch, but for days when I am at home, I could easily see this as part of my nighttime and morning rituals.

I will have to use Halo Rise to deliver a more complete picture of the experience.

Wrapping up

The world we live in is full of countless distractions, and our digital world does more harm than good. I believe the Kindle Scribe is set up to provide a distraction-free ecosystem for those who prefer a digital pen and paper. Amazon has done a great job of including productive features while maintaining a distraction-free experience.

Likewise, the Amazon Halo Rise builds on Amazon’s ambient, digital wellbeing ecosystem with a very appealing sleep tracker. I like how Amazon has built it with security and privacy in mind. Amazon’s novel approach to sleep tracking should be very attractive to people who spend less than 30 weeks out of the year on the road like me. If Amazon ever came out with a travel version of the Halo Rise, I would be all over it. I will be interested to see the data Amazon gathers from the device to see how it is ultimately monetized. I can see recommendations on all things sleep we can all buy from Amazon.

Note: Moor Insights & Strategy co-op Jacob Freyman contributed to this article.

Moor Insights & Strategy, like all research and tech industry analyst firms, provides or has provided paid services to technology companies. These services include research, analysis, advising, consulting, benchmarking, acquisition matchmaking, and speaking sponsorships. The company has had or currently has paid business relationships with 8×8, Accenture, A10 Networks, Advanced Micro Devices, Amazon, Amazon Web Services, Ambient Scientific, Anuta Networks, Applied Brain Research, Applied Micro, Apstra, Arm, Aruba Networks (now HPE), Atom Computing, AT&T, Aura, Automation Anywhere, AWS, A-10 Strategies, Bitfusion, Blaize, Box, Broadcom, , C3.AI, Calix, Campfire, Cisco Systems, Clear Software, Cloudera, Clumio, Cognitive Systems, CompuCom, Cradlepoint, CyberArk, Dell, Dell EMC, Dell Technologies, Diablo Technologies, Dialogue Group, Digital Optics, Dreamium Labs, D-Wave, Echelon, Ericsson, Extreme Networks, Five9, Flex, Foundries.io, Foxconn, Frame (now VMware), Fujitsu, Gen Z Consortium, Glue Networks, GlobalFoundries, Revolve (now Google), Google Cloud, Graphcore, Groq, Hiregenics, Hotwire Global, HP Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Honeywell, Huawei Technologies, IBM, Infinidat, Infosys, Inseego, IonQ, IonVR, Inseego, Infosys, Infiot, Intel, Interdigital, Jabil Circuit, Keysight, Konica Minolta, Lattice Semiconductor, Lenovo, Linux Foundation, Lightbits Labs, LogicMonitor, Luminar, MapBox, Marvell Technology, Mavenir, Marseille Inc, Mayfair Equity, Meraki (Cisco), Merck KGaA, Mesophere, Micron Technology, Microsoft, MiTEL, Mojo Networks, MongoDB, National Instruments, Neat, NetApp, Nightwatch, NOKIA (Alcatel-Lucent), Nortek, Novumind, NVIDIA, Nutanix, Nuvia (now Qualcomm), onsemi, ONUG, OpenStack Foundation, Oracle, Palo Alto Networks, Panasas, Peraso, Pexip, Pixelworks, Plume Design, PlusAI, Poly (formerly Plantronics), Portworx, Pure Storage, Qualcomm, Quantinuum, Rackspace, Rambus, Rayvolt E-Bikes, Red Hat, Renesas, Residio, Samsung Electronics, Samsung Semi, SAP, SAS, Scale Computing, Schneider Electric, SiFive, Silver Peak (now Aruba-HPE), SkyWorks, SONY Optical Storage, Splunk, Springpath (now Cisco), Spirent, Splunk, Sprint (now T-Mobile), Stratus Technologies, Symantec, Synaptics, Syniverse, Synopsys, Tanium, Telesign,TE Connectivity, TensTorrent, Tobii Technology, Teradata,T-Mobile, Treasure Data, Twitter, Unity Technologies, UiPath, Verizon Communications, VAST Data, Ventana Micro Systems, Vidyo, VMware, Wave Computing, Wellsmith, Xilinx, Zayo, Zebra, Zededa, Zendesk, Zoho, Zoom, and Zscaler.

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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

SAN MATEO, Calif., October 13, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--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.

Additional Information

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: http://www.oracle.com/partnernetwork.

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