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eWEEK interviewed Oracle Executive Vice-President Steve Miranda about the high-level of the company's cloud and application news at OpenWorld 2017.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Oracle's Adaptive Intelligence is being built into existing cloud apps to provide more decision-making ability for line-of-business users.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In opening keynote at Oracle OpenWorld, Larry Ellison says both the Autonomous Database Cloud and a new security system use machine learning for automation to eliminate human labor, human error and manual tuning.
DBMS enables a new generation of smart, predictive applications designed to integrate fast data streaming, transactional workloads, analytics and machine learning.
Microsoft announces the general availability of SQL Server 2017 with Linux support and a new quantum computing language at the Ignite conference.
This is a database analytics engine that goes to where the data resides, rather than the conventional other way around. DBAs will love this.
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Oracle chairman Larry Ellison touted simplified pricing and what he claims is a huge price/performance advantage compared to cloud market leader Amazon Web Services.
The world's largest enterprise database maker said that it brought in revenue of $9.2 billion, up 7 percent over Q1 and easily outflanking Thomson Reuters analysts' projection of $9.02 billion.
The vendor reportedly is slashing another 2,500 jobs connected to businesses inherited from its 2010 acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
The database, data center hardware and software-as-a-service giant released a bunch of new capabilities and enhancements to cloud apps in its Oracle Cloud Applications Release 13.
Using Delphix’s new platform, structured production data need not be moved anywhere. Virtualized clones of databases of any size can be moved, analyzed, fixed, added to, subtracted from and patched, then slid easily into the production server.