Monday May 05, 2014

IDC Flash Discusses the Oracle Cloud Analyst Summit

Last week on this same blog, I wrote about some of the key take-aways from the recent Oracle Cloud Analyst Summit.  As a quick follow-up to that blog post, I wanted to share a link to an IDC Flash providing IDC's observations and assessment of Oracle’s progress and plans for cloud computing after attending the Summit on March 6.  Like last time, I’ve listed a few excerpts from the research note below:

“...Oracle seeks to move its entire portfolio to a dual delivery approach where the same technology is offered in both public and private clouds. This dual strategy is aimed at being minimally disruptive to Oracle's enterprise customer base.”

“Oracle has the opportunity to be the one-stop shop in cloud that it has become in traditional software if it executes well, with the breadth of its SaaS portfolio being one of Oracle's key differentiators.”

“...[Oracle Database Multitenant] will be persisted to Oracle's DBaaS, a significant advantage for supporting enterprise customers that feel they need the elasticity of operating one or many tenants in the same database but require physical or virtual isolation.”

“IDC is finally seeing a clearer and more complete vision of overall cloud computing emerge out of Oracle, with a high level of investment backing it.”

Obviously, a few hand-picked quotes doesn't tell the full story. If you want hear IDC’s full perspective on Oracle’s cloud strategy, click on the following link to access the complete research note: Oracle Cloud Analyst Summit, March 2014: Getting Closer to "Complete".
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