Monday Oct 01, 2012

Partner Perspective: Cloud, Big Data and Trust

Joe TucciCloud computing is transforming the way IT deploys infrastructure, builds applications, and provides access to users. It is also emerging as the only viable means of managing the exponential increase in the demand for compute power and the data volumes of today's IT landscape. Coupled with breakthroughs in big data analytics and data science, IT visionaries now have the ability to transform the businesses they serve.[Read More]

Tearing Down the Tower of Babel in Favor of Cloud Computing

Zachary NelsonCloud computing continues to gain traction as the future of enterprise computing. It is also part of the legacy and vision that NetSuite cofounders Larry Ellison and Evan Goldberg had when they launched NetSuite 14 years ago. Focusing on the idea to build an integrated application suite to run a business and deliver it over the internet (early cloud computing), NetSuite remains focused on delivering applications with zero installation requirements at the customer site.[Read More]

Managing Intelligent, Immortal, Infinite Data

David HitzFor more than a decade, NetApp and Oracle have collaborated to develop solutions that help customers reduce the complexity of managing and storing information. As a 2012 Grande Sponsor of Oracle OpenWorld, NetApp is proud to continue showcasing solutions that help customers derive increased business benefits from their Oracle Applications. David Hitz, founder and executive vice president at NetApp, discusses how NetApp’s agile data infrastructure optimizes data management at scale and enables companies to immediately respond to market opportunities.[Read More]

Using Data and Analytics to Compete in the Age of Access and Insight

Jeanne JohnsonOrganizations that use data to make better business decisions are positioned for competitive advantage. Yet, most organizations struggle to stay on top of all the information generated from transaction systems, disparate reporting systems—and all the data generated by third parties, mobile devices, e-mails, tweets, blogs, and sensors. Jeanne Johnson, global business intelligence and US data analytics lead partner at KPMG, spoke with Oracle about how to maximize the power of data.[Read More]

Taking the Social Media Pulse

Social Engagement CenterHow are Oracle products being used in our own social media efforts? How can our customers benefit from those products? Oracle OpenWorld attendees are able to see for themselves at the social engagement center in the lobby of Moscone South.  [Read More]

Shifting Complexity

Mark HurdOracle President Mark Hurd set the context for the Monday-morning keynote at Oracle OpenWorld, saying that Oracle has a holistic, aggregate strategy for product innovation that can make things simpler for customers.[Read More]

Macy Gray Kicks Off Opening Night at the Oracle OpenWorld Music Festival

Macy GrayMacy Gray’s distinctive voice can be as intimate as the wee small hours or as sassy, funky, and fun as a packed nightclub. Her concert before a capacity crowd kicked off the opening night of the first annual Oracle OpenWorld Music Festival, four nights of back-to-back free performances at venues ranging from bars and clubs to outdoor squares and galleries around the city. Whether you prefer pop, soul, reggae, or funk, the festival delivers in spades.[Read More]

Opening Ceremony Kicks Off Oracle Open World 2012

Oracle OpenWorld Opening CeremoniesSan Francisco’s lush Yerba Buena Gardens hosted the opening ceremony for Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Sunday night. Centered in the heart of the city and spreading out to the Howard Street Tent, the event brought thousands of attendees together for great food, generous drink, and the vintage funk and soulful blues sounds of London’s BluesMix. [Read More]

Oracle Remains Committed to Its Fast-Growing Partner Community

Judson AlthoffAt Sunday’s inaugural Oracle PartnerNetwork keynote, Judson Althoff, Oracle senior vice president, Worldwide A&C and Embedded Sales, promised to remain firmly committed to the partner community and previewed topics that will be covered over the course of the week in 50 sessions geared strictly to Oracle partners.[Read More]

Larry Ellison Opens Oracle OpenWorld with Announcements that Exemplify Oracle’s Unique IT Approach

Larry Ellison Sunday KeynoteOracle CEO Larry Ellison opened Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Sunday night by explaining how Oracle is taking a fundamentally different approach to delivering technology engineered to work together—ultimately changing the face of IT.[Read More]

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