Oracle Database Administrator
Requisition ID: 29127
Pasay City, 00, PH
Work experience: Professional
Type of position: Full-Time
Data Management & Analytics, part of Vestas Global IT, is responsible for products and services related to business intelligence and big data engineering and data modeling. This ranges from traditional business intelligence (BI) to data ingestion from multiple sources, data storage and front-end BI, where we enable our internal colleagues to perform data analytics. Data Management & Analytics is a strategic area within Vestas Global IT with the goal of becoming an increasingly relevant partner in business-critical solutions relying on data.
We have a long tradition within BI, based on SAP, and we are continuously expanding our capabilities to meet current and future requirements supporting the overall vision of maintaining Vestas' position as number 1 in the sustainable energy business.
What we offer
We offer you an exciting role with great professional and personal development opportunities in an inspiring, progressive, international work environment at an established manufacturer of wind turbines. We offer attractive company perks like fitness subsidy, health insurance, pension, life insurance, medical allowance, travel allowance, internet allowance, etc. We have a modern, inspiring office overlooking Manila Bay, conveniently located near public transport. We believe in work-life balance and plan annual offsite outings, team building, and sports events. In Vestas, you will experience an innovative environment where no days are ever the same, strengthening your personal as well as professional growth.
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Oracle Corporation (ORCL) is priced at $76.77 after the most exact trading session. At the very opening of the session, the stock price was $76.21 and reached a high price of $76.91, prior to closing the session it reached the value of $76.47. The stock touched a low price of $75.84.Recently in News on August 9, 2022, Stadium Goers Root for High-Tech Outings. New Oracle survey shows fans want tech to cut waits and boost interactions with favorite teams and artists. You can read further details here
Oracle Corporation had a pretty Dodgy run when it comes to the market performance. The 1-year high price for the company’s stock is recorded $89.58 on 01/04/22, with the lowest value was $63.76 for the same time period, recorded on 06/13/22.
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Price records that include history of low and high prices in the period of 52 weeks can tell a lot about the stock’s existing status and the future performance. Presently, Oracle Corporation shares are logging -27.81% during the 52-week period from high price, and 20.40% higher than the lowest price point for the same timeframe. The stock’s price range for the 52-week period managed to maintain the performance between $63.76 and $106.34.
The company’s shares, operating in the sector of Technology managed to top a trading volume set approximately around 4238986 for the day, which was evidently lower, when compared to the average daily volumes of the shares.
When it comes to the year-to-date metrics, the Oracle Corporation (ORCL) recorded performance in the market was -11.97%, having the revenues showcasing 7.31% on a quarterly basis in comparison with the same period year before. At the time of this writing, the total market value of the company is set at 204.72B, as it employees total of 143000 workers.
During the last month, 8 analysts gave the Oracle Corporation a BUY rating, 1 of the polled analysts branded the stock as an OVERWEIGHT, 17 analysts were recommending to HOLD this stock, 1 of them gave the stock UNDERWEIGHT rating, and 2 of the polled analysts provided SELL rating.
According to the data provided on Barchart.com, the moving average of the company in the 100-day period was set at 74.36, with a change in the price was noted -3.19. In a similar fashion, Oracle Corporation posted a movement of -3.99% for the period of last 100 days, recording 7,746,090 in trading volumes.
Raw Stochastic average of Oracle Corporation in the period of last 50 days is set at 90.35%. The result represents improvement in oppose to Raw Stochastic average for the period of the last 20 days, recording 86.00%. In the last 20 days, the company’s Stochastic %K was 86.94% and its Stochastic %D was recorded 89.36%.
Now, considering the stocks previous presentation, multiple moving trends are noted. Year-to-date Price performance of the company’s stock appears to be encouraging, given the fact the metric is recording -11.97%. Additionally, trading for the stock in the period of the last six months notably deteriorated by -4.92%, alongside a downfall of -14.61% for the period of the last 12 months. The shares increased approximately by 0.55% in the 7-day charts and went down by 7.27% in the period of the last 30 days. Common stock shares were driven by 7.31% during last recorded quarter.
An internal Oracle organizational chart seen by Insider shows the 30 people running Oracle's all-important technical and cloud sides of the business after the company quietly reorganized them in June.
Oracle earlier this week began layoffs that could affect thousands of employees globally, primarily in its marketing, advertising, and customer experience units. But the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has been virtually unaffected by layoffs, multiple employees told Insider. OCI is the cloud taking on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, and it's the business where Oracle's biggest hopes for growth are pinned.
Instead, Oracle reorganized OCI to focus on what it describes as "four pillars" — infrastructure, security and developer services, core platforms, and data and emerging services, an internal email seen by Insider said. Matt Ryanczak, a top executive who managed the operations and support organization, left the company after he was moved under Jae Evans, Oracle's chief information officer, another internal email showed.
But changes at the top of this unit have been going on for months. In March, Don Johnson, Oracle's cloud and AI leader, stepped down from the platform and AI-services organization that he formed about a year prior, leaving only the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure boss Clay Magouyrk in charge of the company's cloud unit. In an internal email at the time, Johnson said he would advise on healthcare initiatives.
It wasn't the first time Johnson had stepped back from a role leading OCI. In June 2020, Johnson told employees that he was stepping down from direct leadership of the cloud unit to pursue new projects within Oracle, tapping Magouyrk to replace him. Johnson returned in December 2020 to start the new cloud and artificial-intelligence organization that he described in an email to employees as "an extension of OCI, not a division of it."
Now, the org chart shows, Johnson has about 1,200 reports, including those leading healthcare, engineering, and artificial-intelligence teams.
Magouyrk, meanwhile, now leads all of OCI's 10,500 employees, the org chart shows. Greg Pavlik is leading the largest team within OCI, with about 3,500 reports. Magouyrk elevated Pavlik in the recent reorganization to become senior vice president of OCI, so he now runs a combined OCI Infrastructure and core-services org.
The below org chart focuses on the people running the technical and cloud side of Oracle's business, so it doesn't include CEO Safra Catz, who is generally considered to run the finance, sales, and marketing sides of the business. The chart features the people who report up to Larry Ellison, the chairman and chief technology officer; Johnson; and Magouyrk, as depicted on the company's internal org chart.
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Oracle Corp. ORCL, +1.22% laid off hundreds of employees this week as the business software provider prioritizes its healthcare IT services and cloud businesses, according to people familiar with the company’s actions.
The job cuts principally hit staff at Oracle’s advertising and customer experience group, the people said. The group sells services to help clients analyze data about their customers and target advertising to those customers.
Oracle’s job cuts come as the company is putting increased emphasis on cloud healthcare services after recently receiving regulatory approval for its $28.3 billion deal for electronic-medical-records company Cerner Corp. They are hitting a unit that has become less central to the company at a time the digital ad market also is in turmoil. The layoffs were earlier reported by The Information.
The Austin, Texas-based company is the latest in the growing field of tech companies across an array of activities to slow hiring or cut staff. Last month, Microsoft Corp. MSFT, +2.17% said it would be cutting less than 1% of its total workforce of about 181,000 employees.
Robinhood Markets Inc. HOOD, +3.12% this week said it was slashing about 23% of its full-time staff as the online brokerage reacts to a sharp slowdown in customer trading activity. In June, Netflix Inc. NFLX, +5.05% said it was laying off about 300 employees, following a round of layoffs of 150 people in the previous month.
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RALEIGH, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 26, 2022--
insightsoftware, a global provider of reporting, analytics, and performance management solutions, today announced the availability of Magnitude Angles for Oracle 22.1 (formerly Noetix). The original Angles product family, including Angles for Oracle, came to insightsoftware via its acquisition of Magnitude Software in October 2021. The latest Angles for Oracle release continues to solve the biggest challenges associated with enterprise data integration by allowing users to access critical data and information through a single, cloud-accessible user interface.
Angles for Oracle is a leading operational reporting and analytics solution, originally developed to help unlock the potential of enterprise data with actionable insights. The solution delivers a context-aware, process-rich business data model, with a library of over 1,800 pre-built, no-code business reports, and a high-performance process analytics engine for Oracle Business Applications. Angles for Oracle 22.1 introduces a range of new features that offer greater productivity, agility, and utility.
“This version of Angles for Oracle offers a significant enhancement for our Angles customers because it makes business insights ubiquitous within an organization and allows customers to get the most value out of their ERP and BI investments,” said Lee An Schommer, Chief Product Officer at insightsoftware. “Organizations can download, install, and have a personalized version of Angles in Microsoft Power BI or other BI tools of choice in just minutes. This release cements insightsoftware’s leadership in the reporting space for Oracle and is a highly attractive upgrade opportunity for existing customers.”
Angles for Oracle 22.1 provides a one-stop solution for management, administration, and orchestration of Angles Views, the solution which transforms complex business databases into recognizable business views, along with new templates for reporting on Oracle Cloud Applications (OCA). The release will also enable true self-service reporting through a brand-new cloud-accessible central web portal known as Angles Hub, which combines operational on-premises reporting with cloud analytics in a single easy-to-use interface. It incorporates ‘Google-like’ search making it easier and faster for users to access and understand data; allows users to autonomously source and share data without complex understanding of ERP structures and reduce administrative burden associated with enterprise application updates.
“Angles for Oracle has been an integral part of our operational reporting processes for 20 years. We added the analytics capability more recently, and it has been a tremendous help in responding to the incredible surge in orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said David Damitz, BI Architect at TaylorMade Golf. “Over the years, we have had a collaborative relationship with the Angles team, and they have always responded to our needs. This new release is no exception. We have a strong desire to integrate Snowflake into our analytics processes, and we are excited to take advantage of the new Hub capabilities.”
Moving data between systems is a time-consuming process prone to human-error. Organizations can now seamlessly integrate existing architecture that provides business insights from Oracle ERP data with cloud data warehouse targets like Snowflake and Azure SQL. This allows organizations to perform analytics on a dataset through instant data replication and without querying the transactional ERP system directly, which would otherwise slow down the system and prevent the databases from recording transactions in real time.
For more information about Angles for Oracle 22.1 or to learn more about how it can support your team or organization, visit insightsoftware.com/angles.
About Magnitude Software, an insightsoftware company
Magnitude Software helps companies turn their core business data into continuous intelligence, providing actionable insights to shorten the path from data to decision. We enable our customers to connect data across enterprise applications and business processes including supply chain, finance and order management. Our relentless focus on innovation, customer experience and solving business problems is why more than 1,300 enterprises around the world trust Magnitude to put the power of their data into the hands of their business users. Magnitude was acquired by insightsoftware in November 2021. For more information visit magnitude.com.
insightsoftware is a leading provider of reporting, analytics, and performance management solutions. Over 30,000 organizations worldwide rely on us to support business needs in the areas of accounting, finance, operations, supply chain, tax, budgeting, planning, HR, and disclosure management. We enable the Office of the CFO to connect to and make sense of their data in real time so they can proactively drive greater financial intelligence across their organization. Our best-in-class solutions provide customers with increased productivity, visibility, accuracy, and compliance. Learn more at insightsoftware.com.
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