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By and  |  July 8, 2022 12:46 PM PDT

Photo: Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison, left, and CEO Safra Catz. Photos by Bloomberg; AP

Oracle recently considered cost reductions of up to $1 billion that could result in thousands of layoffs as soon as August, said a person with direct knowledge of the situation. The proposed job cuts could disproportionately impact U.S.- and Europe-based workers in units such as marketing for software applications that automate customer service and ecommerce functions, this person said.

The cuts have been discussed while Oracle makes investments to serve one of its latest cloud customers: TikTok, the viral video app owned by China-based ByteDance. It’s a key contract for Oracle, a pioneer in database software that is trying to compete with Amazon Web Services in selling cloud computing services. But the timing of Oracle’s investments for a Chinese customer while it considers cutting American jobs has irked some managers, said the person with knowledge of the discussions and another person who was briefed about it.

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Killexams : Beating hackers at bug hunting

An innovative new collaboration between EPFL's HexHive Laboratory and Oracle has developed automated, far-reaching technology in the ongoing battle between IT security managers and attackers, hoping to find bugs before the hackers do.

On the 9th of December 2021 the world of IT went into a state of shock. Before its developers even knew it, the log4j application—part of the Apache suite used on most web servers—was being exploited by hackers, allowing them to take control of servers and all over the world.

The Wall Street Journal reported news that nobody wanted to hear: "U.S. officials say hundreds of millions of devices are at risk. Hackers could use the bug to steal data, install malware or take control."

93% of the world's cloud services affected

One estimate stated that the vulnerability affected 93% of enterprise cloud environments. At EPFL, all IT administrators were sent instructions to patch their server software immediately. Even Oracle Corporation, world leaders in , had to send out a distress call: "Due to the severity of this vulnerability and the publication of exploit code on various sites, Oracle strongly recommends that customers apply the updates provided by our Security Alert as soon as possible."

Victims of the log4j bug included the Belgian Ministry of Defense, the U.K.'s National Health Service and a range of financial trading platforms. So, what have corporations like Oracle done to try to prevent an incident like this occurring again?

In fact, Oracle had already been working against this kind of vulnerability before the outbreak, including a collaboration with Professor Mathias Payer of EPFL's HexHive lab.

"We had already covered similar kinds of program analysis, and had worked on cloud security as part of EPFL's EcoCloud Center," explained Payer, "but we had not approached bugs like this. Then we got to work with Oracle Labs which provided funding via a gift. François Gauthier and Kostyantyn Vorobyov, two Oracle researchers, introduced us to the complex that they were facing and we worked together to develop a platform for discovering these kinds of vulnerabilities."

"People have been attempting to find and exploit vulnerabilities in server code, including Oracle's, for years, either intent on gaining some kind of direct advantage or to earn money by submitting bug reports. Either way, these are dedicated, manual attacks. In these manual attacks, the analyst thoroughly analyzes the source code of the target and then painstakingly crafts their attack. What we have developed is a mechanism that automates that process, and allows Oracle to get ahead of the attackers," he continued.

Eight moves ahead, like a chess grandmaster

"In addition to this, the bugs that we are finding can be much more complex than the ones that experts are finding manually. Most analysts are trained to search to a depth of two manipulations. Our platform can do a search to a depth of up to eight manipulations," said Payer.

The battle between IT security managers and attackers is one where the defenders hope to find bugs before the attackers do and now security managers have one key advantage when it comes to using HexHive's platform. "Although our tool is neutral, that is, it can be used by both attackers and defenders, developers have full access to, and understanding of, their own code, which gives them a huge advantage over a hacker when it comes to interpreting the results. They therefore have a very good chance of finding weak points before the attacker."

Plans are underway to set up internships for HexHive researchers at Oracle Corporation, a win-win for both the company and EPFL. Oracle will have people who actually developed some of the code on site, making it easier to integrate the platform into their pipeline. At the same time, the placements will provide great experience for EPFL researchers and HexHive's prototype will remain open source with bug reports all published."

So long as is around, the battle between security managers and hackers will rage on. Thanks to its collaboration with HexHive, Oracle will be able to keep one step ahead of the aggressor: faster, higher, stronger.

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Killexams : Oracle's Database Dominance Eroded by Cloud Rivals

When Shutterfly decided recently to move the database where it clusters reams of customer photos to the cloud, one name was noticeably absent from its list of potential providers: Oracle Corp.

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(Bloomberg) — When Shutterfly decided recently to move the database where it clusters reams of customer photos to the cloud, one name was noticeably absent from its list of potential providers: Oracle Corp.

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The company had for years relied on Oracle products to manage the photo libraries of its more than 20 million active customers. But as Shutterfly progressed on the effort to switch its systems to internet-based services from Inc.’s cloud division, Chief Technology Officer Moudy Elbayadi recognized it also needed to shift its database to something that was easier to use.

“The amount of time and energy that was consumed purely running just the plumbing was immense,” Elbayadi said in an interview. And reviewing other options in the marketplace, Shutterfly found that Oracle’s systems didn’t “fit our desires to have that level of openness and flexibility,” he added.

Shutterfly isn’t the only company taking advantage of the boom in database vendors to diversify beyond Oracle. Businesses are opting to align with newer providers such as MongoDB Inc., Databricks Inc. and Snowflake Inc. instead of Oracle, the sector stalwart, as a result of changes across the enterprise technology landscape. 

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The move to the cloud is challenging the systems of the past. Newer providers are also making it much easier to adopt their technology directly, alleviating the need for corporate purchasers to negotiate large contracts with salespeople and allowing end users to more easily pick their own tools. Offerings from the newer software makers can also be deployed without large teams of database administrators that are typically needed to support Oracle’s products, a cost-saver for organizations that would otherwise have to fight against other businesses for these in-demand engineers.

The evidence of the shift is widespread. JPMorgan Chase & Co. chose Cockroach Labs Inc. as the database vendor to support its new retail banking application in Europe. Nasdaq Inc. is working with closely held Databricks and Inc.’s Amazon Web Services, among others, in its quest to upgrade from on-premises Oracle data repositories. Alongside AWS, database products from rival cloud vendors Microsoft Corp. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google Cloud are also growing quickly. And many businesses, like JetBlue Airways Corp. and Automatic Data Processing Inc., are tapping Snowflake to help store and analyze corporate data to power sales dashboards, among other uses.

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“We have actually quite rapidly been reducing our Oracle footprint,” said Nikolai Larbalestier, Nasdaq’s senior vice president of cloud strategy and enterprise architecture. “There are plenty of good alternatives today.”

Collectively, the initiatives are just a small fragment of the estimated $155 billion database market. But it’s evidence of a tectonic shift happening within the industry, one that is threatening the leadership status Oracle cultivated over the past 43 years, ever since co-founder Larry Ellison and his team brought to market the first relational database, or one in which information was organized in tables that could be more easily accessed, manipulated and analyzed.

Still, Oracle remains an industry leader for its ability to provide consistent quarterly earnings growth. With the Austin, Texas-based company scheduled to release fiscal fourth-quarter results Monday, analysts project revenue will increase 4% to $11.7 billion — far more than its newer, smaller competitors. And the company just completed its $28.3 billion acquisition of electronic medical records provider Cerner Corp., opening a significant new area of potential expansion.

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“Oracle presents an interesting opportunity for better-than-expected EPS growth in a choppy marketplace,” Keith Weiss, an analyst at Morgan Stanley, wrote in a report June 6.

Databases are critical to modern life. There isn’t an online service, retail transaction or medical procedure available today that doesn’t have a database supporting it on the back end, keeping track of people’s choices and results. And the corporate dashboards that executives rely on to manage day-to-day operations are propped up by curated data repositories long-sold by Oracle and others. 

It’s hard to overstate Oracle’s influence in the evolution of the technology. Despite all the hype of cloud computing, many large businesses still run their databases via on-site centers. Companies that were in existence before 2000 are almost certainly still using mainframes. Moving from either is difficult and companies don’t take make such changes lightly. Instead, many are opting for a step-by-step approach: keep the old Oracle systems running, but use another vendor for new projects.

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“Someone is not going to wake up one day and say they need to replatform their Oracle database,” MongoDB Chief Executive Officer Dev Ittycheria said in an interview. “It’s not the bulk of our business because we are seeing so much explosion of new apps. But we are seeing a very healthy take-rate of customers migrating off of legacy relational databases like Oracle.”

That’s why, at least for the foreseeable future, Oracle will continue to be a force in the industry. The company’s database business pulled in an estimated $15.6 billion in 2020, according to research firm Gartner. Oracle doesn’t disclose financial results specifically for its database business. Much of that revenue comes from providing support and maintenance for existing customers versus new sales.

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But Oracle’s influence is slowly fading. While it owned an estimated 27% of the database market in 2019, that fell to 24% in 2020, per Gartner. In the same time frame, Amazon went from 17% market share to almost 21%.

Oracle declined to comment for this story. 

Rivals are growing quickly. At MongoDB, for example, sales rose 57% to $285 million in the most exact quarter. Those results, analysts and company executives say, indicate businesses are using MongoDB for increasingly larger projects.

Part of what is driving that change is the emergence of the cloud, which is giving businesses an option to move away from legacy vendors and use more specialized systems that can be tailored to support certain applications or workloads.

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“Every time there’s a transition of infrastructure, there’s a recasting of the core markets,” said Dave McJannet, CEO of HashiCorp Inc., a company that helps users manage applications across different cloud environments. “People are not deploying net-new Oracle.”

Databases from vendors like Timescale, for example, excel at pulling information within a specified time frame, such as how many sessions one user logged on a gaming platform in the previous five days. In-memory databases from Redis can run queries in milliseconds by scanning data without the need to save it in a separate storage center, letting a client, for example, analyze the feed from internet-enabled sensor to determine if a machine needs maintenance.

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The move to the cloud and changes to the way databases work have escalated demand for developers, a role that is gaining more influence within organizations. In the past, building an application required a team of administrators with high salaries who could work with the standard database to make it fit a company’s needs. That’s not feasible for many businesses. 

For example, Andreessen Horowitz-backed video-game creator Mythical Games is sitting at a $1.2 billion valuation, but CEO John Linden acknowledged it would be impossible for them to hire the staff needed to support Oracle.

“Oracle hits us up every week,” he said. But “we’d have to have a massive team in place to run it appropriately.”

With Cockroach, Mythical Games developers are able to immediately build applications and run them. For startups and large enterprises alike, that can be a major cost savings.

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“I can’t even hire people if I told them that we majorly use Oracle,” said Yao Morin, chief data officer at JLL Technologies. “People are yearning for better tools.” 

Despite the migration from some businesses away from Oracle, there are big reasons why customers stay.   

Oracle has very powerful and reliable technology. When Moderna Inc. was running clinical trials for its Covid-19 vaccine, partner Medidata Solutions used an Oracle database to manage and analyze billions of records, a spokesperson confirmed. Oracle also has a deep history of working with the world’s largest businesses. While the mandate to invest in technology is clear, many companies are risk averse and are fine sticking with Oracle instead of undergoing a massive, complicated IT overhaul.

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There’s a good business reason the company emphasizes its database: Oracle makes a significant portion of its revenue on existing customers. Every few years, when companies have to renew their contracts, Oracle can raise prices for maintenance and support — a business with margins hovering around 95%, according to Craig Guarente, a 16-year veteran of Oracle who is now CEO and co-founder of consulting firm Palisade Compliance. 

“The entire profit of the company comes from Oracle database maintenance,” he said. With each contract negotiation, “you go from paying $20 million a year, to $30 million a year, to paying $50 million a year.”

Oracle’s dominance has led to questions from analysts over just how much success smaller rivals will have persuading businesses to move away from the company, particularly when it comes to the most critical operations. 

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Still, the competition is gaining. When American Tire Distributors Inc. was seeking to upgrade its on-premises databases to the cloud, it chose MongoDB. While the company declined to disclose which vendors it used previously, Chief Information and Digital Officer Murali Bandaru said the relational databases that dominated the landscape are no longer equipped to handle the digital-first nature of most businesses.

“We had systems that were built for the last decade of growth,” Bandaru said. “We had to liberate that data into more modern systems.”

(Corrects Redis company name in the 20th paragraph of article published on June 12.)


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Killexams : Kyndryl Partners with Oracle to Accelerate Cloud Services Delivery

Kyndryl, an IT infrastructure services provider, is partnering with Oracle to help customers accelerate their journey to the cloud by delivering managed cloud solutions to enterprises around the world.

As part of the alliance, Kyndryl will become a key delivery partner for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), expanding upon its deep experience of working with and supporting customers using Oracle products and services.

“We are pleased to expand our collaboration with Oracle and will work to help customers modernize applications and workloads to accelerate and succeed on their journey to the cloud,” said Stephen Leonard, global alliances and partnerships leader, Kyndryl. “The combination of Kyndryl managed services and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides a versatile and efficient foundation for companies to confidently move, build and run their mission-critical IT operations in the cloud.”

With OCI, customers benefit from best-in-class security capability, consistent high performance, simple predictable pricing, and the tools and expertise needed to bring enterprise workloads to cloud quickly and efficiently, according to the vendors.

In addition, Kyndryl will leverage its participation in Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) to extend the reach of its global cloud services delivery capabilities across the network.

Kyndryl plans to offer a wide range of new services that leverage Oracle technologies to help companies modernize and move their applications and databases to the cloud. The solutions will be supported by Kyndryl’s advisory and implementation services that are backed by thousands of experienced consultants globally who help customers to unlock the potential of their cloud-enabled IT transformation projects.

Kyndryl also intends to create customer solutions in the areas of data modernization and governance, AI-driven innovations for industries, cyber security and resiliency, and transformation of mission-critical workloads to the cloud.

Additionally, Kyndryl will support Oracle Cloud@Customer and Oracle Exadata offerings with IT infrastructure services to assist customers with consolidating databases, lowering administration costs, and improving uptime.

As a licensed reseller of Oracle software, Kyndryl provides its managed services expertise and delivers a cohesive turnkey solution to customers.

“Enterprises are feeling intense pressure to modernize their businesses rapidly while maintaining the continuity of mission-critical operations,” said Doug Smith, senior vice president, strategic partnerships, Oracle. “The combination of Kyndryl’s expertise and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure empowers these organizations to realize their desired business outcomes from the latest technological innovations. Through this partnership, we will expand our reach, helping more customers around the world move critical workloads to the cloud.”

To further Kyndryl’s OCI expertise and skills in support of the partnership, Kyndryl has established a global competency center and devoted resources to expand and increase Oracle Cloud certifications across Kyndryl’s managed services team.

Kyndryl is positioned and registered with the Oracle Partner Network in 53 countries, enabling global service delivery. As an Oracle partner, Kyndryl will focus on cross-industry services to help customers modernize their applications and databases for the cloud. Key areas of focus for the services include:

  • Resiliency and Disaster Recovery options, such as zero latency data loss recovery appliances and security services for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
  • Network and Edge computing capabilities that leverage Oracle data center reach using Oracle’s Roving Edge Infrastructure and Kyndryl Managed Services.
  • Data analytics services enabled by Kyndryl’s IT specific applied AI.
  • Advanced database consolidation and migration of on-prem ERP software to OCI.

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Killexams : Worldwide Enterprise Search Industry To 2027 - Featuring Google, Oracle And SAP Among Others'

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DUBLIN, July 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The 'Enterprise Search Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027' report has been added to's offering.

The global enterprise search market reached a value of US$ 4.46 Billion in 2021. Looking forward, the publisher expects the market to reach a value of US$ 8.78 Billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 11.95% during 2021-2027. Keeping in mind the uncertainties of COVID-19, we are continuously tracking and evaluating the direct as well as the indirect influence of the pandemic on different end use industries. These insights are included in the report as a major market contributor.Enterprise search is a software solution wherein authorized users can retrieve content from several disparate sources. It comprises content collection, content processing, indexing, query processing, and matching. It helps organizations increase productivity while creating an enhanced environment for better decision making.

It also assists in building a quick reference database after collecting the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers for a customer support solution. As a result, enterprise search finds extensive applications in government, commercial, healthcare, retail, media and entertainment, and banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) sectors.At present, there is a rise in the demand for solutions offering time-saving data search capabilities in various organizations across the globe. This, along with the growing need for supervising large volumes of data in several enterprises to Strengthen the operational efficiency, represents one of the key factors driving the market. Moreover, there is an increase in the adoption of hosted enterprise search solutions in small and medium enterprises due to the emergence of cloud computing and Software as a Service (SaaS) worldwide.

This, coupled with the better security layer offered by enterprise search solutions for allowing access to information only for the authorized personnel, is propelling the growth of the market. Additionally, the rising utilization of text analytics techniques and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in businesses around the world is offering lucrative growth opportunities to industry investors. Besides this, several benefits offered by enterprise search solutions, such as low maintenance, reduced installation cost, and minimum technical support, are positively influencing the market.

Apart from this, rapid technological advancements, along with the escalating demand for value-added services in various companies, is bolstering the growth of the market.

Competitive Landscape:

The competitive landscape of the industry has also been examined along with the profiles of the key players being Attivio (ServiceNow), Coveo Solutions Inc., Dassault Systemes, Google LLC, International Business Machines Corporation, Lucidworks, MarkLogic Corporation, Oracle Corporation, SAP SE, Sinequa and X1 Technologies Inc. Key Questions Answered in This Report:

  • How has the global enterprise search market performed so far and how will it perform in the coming years?
  • What has been the impact of COVID-19 on the global enterprise search market?
  • What are the key regional markets?
  • What is the breakup of the market based on the enterprise size?
  • What is the breakup of the market based on the end user?
  • What are the various stages in the value chain of the industry?
  • What are the key driving factors and challenges in the industry?
  • What is the structure of the global enterprise search market and who are the key players?
  • What is the degree of competition in the industry?

Key syllabus Covered: 1 Preface 2 Scope and Methodology 3 Executive Summary 4 Introduction 4.1 Overview4.2 Key Industry Trends 5 Global Enterprise Search Market 5.1 Market Overview5.2 Market Performance5.3 Impact of COVID-195.4 Market Forecast 6 Market Breakup by Enterprise Size 6.1 Small Enterprises6.1.1 Market Trends6.1.2 Market Forecast6.2 Medium Enterprises6.2.1 Market Trends6.2.2 Market Forecast6.3 Large Enterprises6.3.1 Market Trends6.3.2 Market Forecast 7 Market Breakup by End User 7.1 Banking and Financial Services7.1.1 Market Trends7.1.2 Market Forecast7.2 Healthcare7.2.1 Market Trends7.2.2 Market Forecast7.3 Retail7.3.1 Market Trends7.3.2 Market Forecast7.4 Government and Commercial Offices7.4.1 Market Trends7.4.2 Market Forecast7.5 Media and Entertainment7.5.1 Market Trends7.5.2 Market Forecast7.6 Others7.6.1 Market Trends7.6.2 Market Forecast 8 Market Breakup by Region 9 SWOT Analysis 10 Value Chain Analysis 11 Porters Five Forces Analysis 12 Price Analysis 13 Competitive Landscape 13.1 Market Structure13.2 Key Players13.3 Profiles of Key Players13.3.1 Attivio (ServiceNow) Company Overview13.3.1.2 Product Portfolio13.3.2 Coveo Solutions Inc. Company Overview13.3.2.2 Product Portfolio13.3.2.3 Financials13.3.3 Dassault Systemes13.3.3.1 Company Overview13.3.3.2 Product Portfolio13.3.3.3 Financials13.3.3.4 SWOT Analysis13.3.4 Google LLC13.3.4.1 Company Overview13.3.4.2 Product Portfolio13.3.4.3 SWOT Analysis13.3.5 International Business Machines Corporation13.3.5.1 Company Overview13.3.5.2 Product Portfolio13.3.5.3 Financials13.3.5.4 SWOT Analysis13.3.6 Lucidworks13.3.6.1 Company Overview13.3.6.2 Product Portfolio13.3.7 MarkLogic Corporation13.3.7.1 Company Overview13.3.7.2 Product Portfolio13.3.8 Oracle Corporation13.3.8.1 Company Overview13.3.8.2 Product Portfolio13.3.8.3 Financials13.3.8.4 SWOT Analysis13.3.9 SAP SE13.3.9.1 Company Overview13.3.9.2 Product Portfolio13.3.9.3 Financials13.3.9.4 SWOT Analysis13.3.10 Sinequa13.3.10.1 Company Overview13.3.10.2 Product Portfolio13.3.11 X1 Technologies Inc13.3.11.1 Company Overview13.3.11.2 Product Portfolio

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Killexams : Oracle and Claro Partner to Expand Global Cloud Services in Colombia

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Claro will offer Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as part of its managed cloud services

Collaboration will enable organizations to take advantage of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s high performance, built-in security, and lower costs

Partnership is designed to modernize IT infrastructure and stimulate the economic recovery in Colombia

AUSTIN, Texas and BOGOTA, Colombia, July 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Oracle and Claro announced a partnership to jointly offer Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services to public and private sector organizations and enterprises in Colombia. Claro will become the host partner for an Oracle Cloud region in Colombia, which will enable Claro to offer OCI platform services along with professional and managed services to help customers adopt cloud solutions. In addition, to help Strengthen its customer service and billings processes, Claro will migrate over 100 on-premises servers running mission-critical workloads to OCI.

“Partnering with Claro accelerates the technology modernization of businesses and consumers across Latin America. Our collaboration with Claro will also accelerate cloud adoption, stimulate economic recovery, and spur competitiveness in these countries,” said Germán Borromei, managing director, Oracle Colombia and Ecuador.

Claro has one of the broadest managed and professional services offerings in the Colombian market, including cloud infrastructure and platform-as-a-service capabilities. Businesses from all industries and the public and private sector in Colombia rely on Claro and its team of highly qualified professionals, who maintain the highest certifications in cloud and cybersecurity services. Oracle’s hybrid offerings align with Claro’s mission to respond to the needs of businesses and support the technology modernization in Colombia.

“We’ve reached another milestone in Colombia by hosting Oracle’s first public cloud region in the country. With this, we continue to support the modernization of organizations in the public and private sector with a comprehensive and differentiated portfolio. Oracle chose our Triara Data Center, certified with ICREA 5, that complies with the highest security standards so that local businesses have access to database services and middleware applications from one of the leading cloud providers in the market,” said Carlos Zenteno, CEO, Claro Colombia.  

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Killexams : Oracle (ORCL) to Launch New Sovereign Cloud Regions Across EU

Oracle ORCL recently unveiled plans to launch new sovereign cloud regions in the European Union (EU) in 2023 to enable personal enterprises and public sector organizations to host functions and workloads of a delicate nature.

The new sovereign cloud regions will meet legal compliance with EU regulations. For data residency, security, privacy, and compliance, the regions will operate under a full-scale set of policies. These policies will create a framework, including how customer data is stored and accessed and how the government’s requests for data are handled.

The company intends to migrate customers using Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications, within the existing EU Restricted Access cloud service, to the new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (“OCI”) sovereign cloud regions. New regions will apply the same services as existing OCI regions at the same pricing and services.

Another offering set to become available in the sovereign cloud regions is Oracle’s EURA service. The service helps customers ensure that their data remains in the EU. European Union Restricted (“EURA") also provides certain other features, such as the ability to remove important records from a dataset stored in a production environment, before moving it to a non-production environment.

The first two sovereign cloud regions for the EU will be located in Germany and Spain, with operations and support restricted to EU residents and specific EU legal entities. In addition, sovereign cloud regions will be logically and physically separated from the existing public OCI regions in the EU, such as those already operating in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris, Marseille, Milan and Stockholm.

For existing users, pricing for OCI services will be the same as in existing OCI regions, and EURA pricing will remain unchanged, with the same levels of support and financially backed service level agreements.

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This Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) company is now an established leader in building cloud regions for customers who demand the highest levels of security and have regulated workloads. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.

Last month, Oracle announced that it is expanding OCI’s built-in services and capabilities. The integration of the threat management capabilities in OCI will help customers protect their cloud applications and data against emerging threats without any additional investment.

NTT DOCOMO DCMYY, a Japan-based mobile operator, has adopted OCI to build a new development environment for All Around DOCOMO Information Systems (“ALADIN”). It is one of the largest customer information management systems in the world. ALADIN’s developers will be able to construct modern applications in a more cost-effective and efficient manner, using OCI.

Oracle partnered with VMware VMW to launch Oracle Cloud VMware Solution. Oracle VMware Solution provides a faster route to the cloud, providing predictability, security and control of on-premise VMware workloads. The solution gained popularity among leading enterprises in retail, telecommunication, finance and banking, manufacturing, government and others.

Earlier this year, Oracle Cloud was selected by Xerox XRX to support the launch of new businesses. This move will enable Xerox to capitalize on Oracle’s expertise in cloud solutions to bring 3D Printing infrastructure to manufacturing, structural health monitoring and augmented reality to Strengthen customer support.

In the last-reported quarter, Oracle’s Cloud services and license support revenues reached $7.64 million, up 5% year over year (up 8% at cc), driven by the robust demand for Fusion, Autonomous Database and OCI services. The trend is likely to continue in the near term.

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Killexams : Operational Database Management Market is Booming in Upcoming Year | Oracle, Microsoft, SAP, IBM

The ‘ Operational Database Management market’ research report added by Report Ocean, is an in-depth analysis of the latest developments, market size, status, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, with key company profiles and strategies of players. The research study provides market overview, Operational Database Management market definition, regional market opportunity, sales and revenue by region, manufacturing cost analysis, Industrial Chain, market effect factors analysis, Operational Database Management market size forecast, market data & Graphs and Statistics, Tables, Bar & Pie Charts, and many more for business intelligence.

Global Operational Database Management Market valued approximately USD XX million in 2020  is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than XX% over the forecast period 2021-2026. In-depth information by Market Size, competitive landscape is provided i.e. Revenue (Million USD) by Players, Revenue Market Share (%) by Players and further a qualitative analysis is made towards market concentration rate, product/service differences, new entrants and the technological trends in future.

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Key Segments Studied in the Global Operational Database Management Market:

Manufacturer Detail

  • Oracle
  • Microsoft
  • SAP
  • IBM
  • Intersystems Corporation
  • Mongodb
  • Marklogic
  • Neo Technologies
  • Mariadb Corporation
  • Aerospike
  • Datastax

Product Type Segmentation

Application Segmentation

  • Data Formatting
  • Data Validation
  • Error Tracking

Geographical Breakdown: Regional level analysis of the market, currently covering North America, Europe, China & Japan

Countries: Argentina,  Australia,  Austria,  Belgium,  Brazil,  Canada,  Chile,  China,  Colombia,  Czech Republic,  Denmark,  Egypt,  Finland,  France,  Germany,  Hong Kong,  India,  Indonesia,  Ireland,  Israel,  Italy,  Japan,  Malaysia,  Mexico,  Netherlands,  New Zealand,  Nigeria,  Norway,  Peru,  Philippines,  Poland,  Portugal,  Romania,  Russia,  Saudi Arabia,  Singapore,  South Africa,  South Korea,  Spain,  Sweden,  Switzerland,  Thailand,  Turkey,  UAE,  UK,  USA,  Venezuela,  Vietnam

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Chapter 1, to describe Definition, Specifications and Classification of Global Operational Database Management, Applications of , Market Segment by Regions;
Chapter 2, to analyze the Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;
Chapter 3, to display the Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, Export & Import, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;
Chapter 4, to show the Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);
Chapter 5 and 6, to show the Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, EU, Japan, China, India & Southeast Asia, Segment Market Analysis (by Type);
Chapter 7 and 8, to explore the Market Analysis by Application Major Manufacturers Analysis;
Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type, Market Trend by Application;
Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;
Chapter 11, to analyze the Consumers Analysis of Global Operational Database Management by region, type and application;
Chapter 12, to describe Operational Database Management Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;
Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe Operational Database Management sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Killexams : The State of Missouri Selects Mythics, Inc. as Partner to Support Move to Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications

Missouri to connect statewide finance and HR systems by moving to the cloud, increasing productivity, reducing costs, and improving employee experience

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Mythics™ has been selected as the partner to support the State of Missouri's decision to move to Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite. The state will use Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to connect its statewide finance and HR systems, eliminating duplicative systems and standardizing processes. This will in turn, help Strengthen transparency, reduce repetitive manual work, and increase efficiency across departments.

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"The State of Missouri is looking forward to partnering with Mythics and Oracle for its new ERP solution after a thorough procurement process," said Stacy Neal, Director of Accounting, State of Missouri's Office of Administration. "Mythics and Oracle both have a long history and have demonstrated success in state government providing the ideal partnership to begin our modernization journey."

The state chose Oracle Fusion Applications after a thorough review of available solutions. In a scoring assessment of Oracle, SAP, Workday, Infor, and other solutions, Oracle Cloud ERP and Oracle Cloud HCM scored the highest in both software and hosting capabilities. Now, the state can utilize a cloud-based solution to deliver more modern functionalities while reducing the administrative burden of system fixes and upgrades, and improving alignment across state agencies. With the help of Mythics, Missouri expects to eliminate data silos to Strengthen reporting, access to information across departments, and proactive decision-making with Oracle Fusion Applications. In addition, Missouri and Mythics will Strengthen IT security with Oracle's consistent, automatic patching and benefit from the delivery of hundreds of new features every 90 days.

"Mythics is honored to support The State of Missouri with the replacement of its legacy statewide administration system with a full suite of Oracle Fusion Applications," says Mythics Sector President, Doug Altamura.  "Mythics has a proven track record of helping the Public Sector solve large and complex business and IT challenges. We look forward to supporting the State with this important digital transformation initative and realize the benefits of Oracle's solutions."

"Government agencies are always looking to achieve more with limited resources; the more mundane and duplicative tasks that can be tackled by technology, the more resources can be dedicated to higher value work," said Gene Casciola, senior vice president of healthcare, higher education, and public sector at Oracle. "Using Oracle Cloud ERP and Oracle Cloud HCM, Missouri will benefit from a modern, integrated system to Strengthen efficiencies across the state's agencies and free up resources to support their constituents."

To learn more about how you can transform and modernize your state's digital infrastructure, reach out to the experts at Mythics by emailing

About Mythics, Inc.

Mythics is an award-winning Oracle systems integrator, consulting firm, managed services provider and member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork representing Oracle product lines across cloud, software, support, hardware, engineered systems and appliances.  Mythics delivers technology solutions serving the Federal Government, State and Local Governments, Commercial, Higher Education, Utilities and Healthcare sectors and is a trusted partner to organizations worldwide. For more information or to place an order, contact Mythics at 866-698-4427; email or visit or @mythics on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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Killexams : Rice University and Oracle migrate the world's largest slave trade database to the cloud, enabling new insights and accessibility

Rice University and Oracle migrate the world's largest slave trade database to the cloud, enabling new insights and accessibility is the world’s largest repository of data about the slave trade, documenting and preserving information about more than 36,000 voyages that brought about 10 million Africans to the Americas. Before the cloud, this research was cataloged on punch cards, moved to laptops, then CD-ROMS, then local servers. These records are now hosted on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, enabling researchers and everyday people alike access to these historically important records.

Register to attend this webinar that will demonstrate the role that technology plays in collecting, storing, securing, and making accessible troves of structured and unstructured data that must be forever preserved and made available. You’ll learn:

  • Why the Rice team choose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and MySQL Database Cloud
  • How cloud can help apply new statistical modeling to records that were historically incomplete to gain an accurate understanding of the past
  • Why a containerized deployment model can ensure a speedy and safe migration of heavily customized applications and disparate data sources


  • Daniel Domingues da Silva, Associate Professor of History, Rice University
  • John Mulligan, Humanities Computing Facilitator, Rice University’s Center for Research Computing
  • Bryan Barker, Senior Research Advocate, Oracle for Research

Date: 08/31/22

Time: 10:00 am PT

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