Monday Apr 21, 2014

How can you Add Value to your Mobile Apps?

Author: Craig Mikus, Sr. Director, Enterprise Mobile Solutions

Seems like every customer is either building or planning to build mobile apps, especially customer facing apps.   Why?  Inevitably, all companies want to improve their customer experience through more quality interactions that drive satisfaction, loyalty, new revenue streams, and even improve the way they service their customers.    What better way to improve the experience than with mobile apps?  "Right?"

But how can customers add more value to these mobile applications to drive more business benefit?  Look closely, the answer just might be right in front of you.   What are the first 4 letters of mobile;  MO-BI?   Or pronounced differently, "MOre BI" (More Business Intelligence).

That’s right;  add more business intelligence to your overall mobile strategy.   In today’s customer-centric world where customer interactions and personalization are critical, it's important to leverage a Business Intelligence strategy that complements your mobile strategy.  For example, I was recently talking to a customer that was implementing a data warehouse project focused on customer analytics.  Their goal was to: understand their best customers; develop targeted profiles; identify trends & patterns; recommend cross sell opportunities; and much more.  Next, the company wanted to feed this information to marketing for targeted campaigns and programs.   As we continued to talk, I asked my contact if they had plans to feed this information into their customer facing mobile apps to personalize the apps, target their interactions, and hopefully drive customer loyalty and new revenue streams?   Two minutes later, my contact was calling his mobile development teams.

So my advice to everyone,  as you establish your enterprise mobile strategy and goals, remember that “MO-BI” is a critical component to add value to your mobile apps! 

As I come to think of it, did you ever notice that Big Data also starts with BI? 

Thursday Apr 17, 2014

Master Data Management: How to Avoid Big Mistakes in Big Data

Written By: Neela Chaudhari, Principal Product Marketing Director - Master Data Management & Fusion Middleware

The paradigm-changing potential benefits of big data can't be overstated—but big changes can deliver big risks as well. For example, exploding data volumes naturally create a corresponding increase in data correlations, but as leading experts warn, correlations should not be mistaken for causes.

To avoid drawing the wrong conclusions from big data, organizations first need a way to assemble reliable master data to analyze. Then they need a way to put those conclusions and that data to work operationally, in the systems that govern and facilitate their day-to-day operations.

Master data management (MDM) helps deliver insightful information in context to aid decision-making. It can be used to filter big data, isolating and identifying key entities and shrinking the dataset to a manageable size for parsing, tagging, and associating with operational system records. And it provides the key intersecting point that enables organizations to map big data results to operational systems that are built on relational databases and structured information.

Adopting master data management capabilities helps organizations create consolidated, consistent, and authoritative master data across the enterprise, enabling the distribution of master information to all operational and analytical applications, including those that contain customer, product, supplier, site, and financial information.

Oracle Master Data Management drives results by delivering the ability to cleanse, govern, and manage the quality and lifecycle of master data.

To learn more about the importance of MDM as an underlying technology that facilitates big data initiatives, read an in-depth Oracle C-Central article, "Masters of the Data: CIOs Tune into the Importance of Data Quality, Data Governance, and Master Data Management."

And don't miss the new Oracle MDM resource center. Visit today to download white papers, read customer stories, view videos, and learn more about the full range of features for ensuring data quality and mastering data in the key domains of customer, product, supplier, site and financial data.

Tuesday Oct 01, 2013

Oracle GoldenGate AppAdvantage in Action at Land O’Lakes, Smuckers, and Veolia Water

Author: Irem Radzik, Senior Principal Product Marketing Director, Oracle

Originally Published on Data Integration Blog

On Tuesday at OpenWorld we had the honor to host a panel with GoldenGate customers: Land O’Lakes, Smuckers, and Veolia Water. Besides giving us yummy nutrition and healthy water, these companies have another aspect in common. They all use GoldenGate to boost their ERP application.

Veoila Water’s Pierre Kerrinckx came from their HQ in France for this panel and spoke to us about the database migration project for their JD Edwards ERP system. Using GoldenGate Veolia was able to migrate from Oracle Database 10gR2 on AIX 5.3 Oracle 10g R2 to Oracle Database Aix 7.1 Oracle 11g R2 and did so with only 2 hours of interruption to JD Edwards end users. Pierre mentioned, the other benefit of GoldenGate was the ability to switch back to the old environment if needed.

Land O’Lakes’ Mark Kohls talked about their use of GoldenGate for their JD Edwards ERP system supporting the Purina business line. Land O’Lakes had to migrate enterprise-wide JDE Xe ERP system to new database and application server platform with minimal downtime to the business. While their goal was to have less than 8 hours of downtime, with GoldenGate they limited downtime to 30 minutes.

Both Veolia and Land O’Lakes used GoldenGate in an Active-Passive fashion, meaning that the new environment was not used simultaneously with the old one, and the users migrated all at once. GoldenGate provides Active-Active migration model too, if the company prefers to do a phased migration and truly zero downtime.

Smuckers's Neal Indermuhle had a different story to share. He talked about operational reporting for their critical Oracle E-Business Suite and how using Oracle GoldenGate helped the company to achieve the near real-time data they need in making critical business decisions. Neil shared that the replication latency averages less than 10 seconds and Oracle GoldenGate Veridata is leveraged to validate synchronization.

I would like to thank Pierre, Mark, and Neal for sharing their best practices, and taking tough questions from the audience. If you would like to learn more about Oracle GoldenGate’s solutions for JD Edwards, E-Business Suite and other key Oracle Applications please check out our new resource center with recorded video presentations and detailed white papers.

Sunday Aug 04, 2013

Partnering With Your Applications. The Oracle AppAdvantage Story.


“But that’s like saying a smartphone is good for making and receiving phone calls” said Howard Beader, senior director of product marketing for Oracle Fusion Middleware, when I recently sat down with him to discuss the role of middleware as a foundation for business innovation with enterprise applications and follow-up on his recent update in Middleware Minutes. Howard’s point was that Oracle Fusion Middleware is much more than an application infrastructure foundation or the platform for Oracle Fusion Applications. “Leverage Oracle Fusion Middleware to enhance and extend the value of your business applications and you will realize the potential of the innovation platform. And, that is what Oracle AppAdvantage is all about.”

Here is the excerpt of my recent conversation with him on Oracle AppAdvantage.

Q. Has the role of middleware evolved over the course of these years?

Howard: Traditionally middleware has been referred to as the “glue” or “plumbing” that connects two sides of an application and passes data between them. But that’s just half the story. When you start to think about your business applications in mobile, social, cloud and big data context, the only way you can avoid bringing in customizations or making changes to your core-ERP systems is by using standards-based middleware technologies and leveraging middleware as the business application development platform. And it is those use cases that we talk about in Oracle AppAdvantage.

Q. What is Oracle AppAdvantage?

Howard: Oracle AppAdvantage is the approach Oracle Applications customers can take to extend and enhance the value of their existing investment across all Oracle Applications including E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Siebel.

Based on your immediate need(s), whether that is extending your applications to mobile devices, building a customer self-service portal, creating a dynamic collaboration front with partners, taking applications to the cloud or securely extending them to serve your specific needs, you can take the extension or customization work out of your applications and seamlessly extend with Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies as required. Plus, middleware ensures zero downtime for your applications during upgrade and migrations; something that we all passionately care about.

So, with Oracle AppAdvantage, you are using IT to achieve business objectives by combining the power of Oracle Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions to simplify your IT infrastructure, differentiate from competition and innovate for the future by embracing new technology trends.

Q. Can you elaborate, how does Oracle AppAdvantage help align IT and business initiatives?

Howard: In my conversation with executives of our customer organizations, regardless of industry or region, there seems to be one common objective – improve our company’s bottom-line. You do that by one, creating business value and two, decreasing the total cost of operations (TCO). Oracle AppAdvantage allows you to use and extend your business applications to create business value for your organization and, at the same time, take the customization and management burden out of core applications and into the “process” layer leading to dramatic reduction in the cost of operations.

Oracle AppAdvantage takes a layered approach to aligning IT strategy with business strategy – Simplify IT, Differentiate from others in the industry and Innovate for business growth.

Q. Can you please provide examples of the layered approach with Oracle AppAdvantage?

Howard: Sure. Much thought has been given to how we create value for Oracle Applications customers. Where our customers are looking to Simplify IT, they are focusing on real-time data integration for maximum performance and availability and ensuring zero downtime during upgrades and migrations, enforcing secure, centralized access across all applications and leveraging engineered systems for higher reliability, reduced TCO and streamlined IT support.

Opportunity exists for businesses to Differentiate from competition by offering value-added services. These you do by developing and extending your composite applications to create value, bringing agility to your business by modeling at the business processes level or by leveraging cloud and on-premise deployment as dictated by the business needs.

To bring Innovation to bear and stay ahead of the industry, organizations might be looking to enable mobility – extending their services via mobile, creating exceptional user experiences with online engagement and offering intuitive, streamlined self-service for employees, partner or even your customers.

Each of these layers are, thus, supported by a breadth of business value entry points designed to impact cost reductions and/or fuel business growth.

Q. What, according to you, are the 3 most compelling things about Oracle AppAdvantage?

Howard: You will find that Oracle AppAdvantage is unique in 3 respects:

1. Oracle AppAdvantage offers guided paths for organizations looking to leverage their existing investment in Oracle Applications and extending it to create value in a manner that is scalable and sustainable. You can choose your own path across a myriad of ways. We have highlighted 9 of the most common business value entry points. There is no throwaway work involved.

2. This truly is a program that aligns IT spending and resources with business objectives and demands. For example, if your goal is to improve customer satisfaction and better the engagement model, you would look at how to better your online engagement and/or self-service model. With Oracle AppAdvantage, you are able to show a direct correlation between your IT investment and business growth.

3. As part of the Oracle AppAdvantage program, we are building an AppAdvantage IT Leader network to showcase industry thought leadership and their innovative thinking. The idea is to build models for other organizations to leverage and emulate based on their business objectives. This should allow for cross-pollination of ideas and overall industry development.

Q. How do you recommend organizations get started with exploring if Oracle AppAdvantage is the right fit for them?

Howard: Knowledge is power. Please arm yourself with information on Oracle AppAdvantage program, the philosophy and the alignment with your business objectives. A good place to start would be to browse http://www.oracle.com/appadvantage and download our latest White paper: IT-Business Alignment: Why We Stumble and the Path Forward (PDF). Then, I suggest, you take a look at the Readiness Assessment there and get engaged in a strategy discussion with the experts.

Q. Would we hear more about Oracle AppAdvantage at Oracle OpenWorld?

Howard: Absolutely. We recognize that leveraging IT to create business value is a need that most organizations have and Oracle is honored to be a partner in your business transformation journey. We have an entire track of sessions dedicated to Oracle AppAdvantage at Oracle OpenWorld this year. And, you’ll hear about it across middleware and applications discussions and sessions. Over the course of next few weeks, my team will start to share comprehensive guides that should help you find the sessions, experts and resources on Oracle AppAdvantage while at Oracle OpenWorld and online.

Thank you, Howard, for spending some time with us and sharing information on Oracle AppAdvanatge and giving us some insights on what keeps you and the team busy nowadays.

Here are the quick links to materials on Oracle AppAdvantage that Howard alluded to during his interview:

Visit Oracle AppAdvantage webpage

Get started with the Readiness Assessment guide

Download the informative whitepaper: IT-Business Alignment – Why We Stumble and the Path Forward

Monday Jun 17, 2013

Happy National Small Business Week

This week is all about you – small businesses that have made it or are looking to make it from the ground up. This week we are celebrating your creativity, your courage, your endurance and resilience. You do what you love and share with us and for that, we applaud you.

As you waddle through the challenges of operating small businesses and look to scale your operations, at Oracle, we are busy thinking of how to make your lives somewhat easier. Here are a few ways Oracle Fusion Middleware can add value to your growing businesses:

Build business mobility: If thinking of taking your business applications mobile, scale with declarative development of native on-device mobile applications, enable seamless access across multiple mobile devices and operating systems with Oracle Identity Management and connect back-end systems to mobile devices with Oracle SOA Suite for mobile integration for your enterprise.

Enable online collaboration: Connecting online with your customers, vendors, et al? Take control of the web experience! Deliver a consistent, superior and targeted online experiences across web, mobile and social channels. As you look to go global, integrate social collaboration tools, content and experience management technologies with your existing sales, marketing and customer applications.

Move your applications to cloud: If you are looking to leverage cloud to take advantage of low operational costs, better efficiency, enable business agility, consider simplifying your application integration strategy by adopting a service-oriented architecture and enforcing security to mitigate any risk.

Extend your business applications: Get the customizations out of your ERP applications and alleviate the costs & effort involved with upgrading and maintaining customized applications. Bring it all to the logic (process) layer and build composite applications that improve your speed to market and give you the agility you need to build your business while managing data across all systems.

The idea: you worry about running your business, let Oracle Fusion Middleware take care of your back-end systems. Happy National Small Business Week!

Wednesday Apr 17, 2013

Leveraging Master Data to the Max

MDM Product Marketing Team Blog

We hoped you enjoyed our recent screencast, “Master Your Data. Master the Enterprise”, and got to learn about how enterprises are bombarded by data both internally and externally and how Oracle MDM can help. In case you missed the screencast, you can catch the replay here.

You can now download our latest article from CRM Magazine about how CIOs are tuning in to MDM and Data Quality and read about:

  • How Master Data Management and Data Quality make a powerful combination for consolidated trusted data
  • How MDM is critical to creating a single view of the customer, product, supplier or site while identifying data relationships for better governance
  • How data quality is composed of key capabilities that combine to form an enterprise solution

Download the paper here.

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Monday Apr 15, 2013

Master Data Management Reaches Far and Wide in the Enterprise

MDM Product Marketing Team Blog

Mastering Data has never been easy. Here’s why it matters – it provides a process and clear path for consolidating relevant information across data domains. Multiple, inconsistent sources of data lead to embarrassing reports to management, inaccuracies in external reporting and poor decision-making based on low-quality data. Mastering data is key to getting a handle on the customer, product, supplier, partner and contact information which are all vital for customer management, new product introduction and daily business operations.

Tune into this screencast titled New Business Imperative: Social, Mobile, Cloud Series and hear how Oracle MDM is an initiative that spans beyond IT and across multiple lines of business because mastering your data means mastering the enterprise.

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Wednesday Apr 10, 2013

Demystifying Data Integration for Cloud

Data Integration Product Marketing Team Blog

In our screencast on Tuesday, we presented how to use data integration products to move to cloud computing successfully. If you missed the screencast you can watch it here.

In this screencast, we explained 3 key ways Oracle’s data integration products can support and enhance your cloud computing architecture. These solution areas are:

(1) Consolidation/migration to cloud without downtime and enabling highly available data infrastructure

(2) Providing data services for data-layer application integration as part of platform-as-a-service

(3) Real-time application data synchronization within private cloud, and between non-cloud and private cloud systems

In our white paper “Demystifying Data Integration for Cloud” we explain these solutions in more detail. The white paper goes into specific uses such as loading bulk data into cloud, and integrating data between on-premise systems and public cloud, as well as how to meet availability and performance related SLAs.

You can download this white paper here along with other assets describing our cloud oriented solutions.

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Monday Apr 08, 2013

Leveraging Data Integration for Successful Cloud Deployments

Data Integration Product Marketing Team Blog

Cloud adoption has been rising in recent years. According to our survey conducted with Oracle users, 38% of the respondents already have implemented a private cloud architecture. It is not surprising if you consider the benefits of cloud computing, ranging from agility and scalability to cost savings. Faced with today’s cost pressures and demand for innovation, companies choose to move to cloud architectures; private, public, or hybrid (consisting of both). And, you may be part of one of the many organizations that already started or plans to move to cloud.

The question we want to tackle is: what happens to your enterprise data when you move to a private or public cloud? In today’s screencast we will be discussing data integration technology’s critical role for cloud.

We invite you to view this screencast part of The New Business Imperative: Social, Mobile, Cloud series to learn more about choosing the right data integration technology for cloud computing, and how Oracle Data Integration products can make your cloud implementation a success.

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Monday Dec 26, 2011

Oracle Fusion Middleware Newsletter - November Edition

Haven't had a chance to check out the latest copy of the Oracle Fusion Middleware newsletter?  We have some exciting content in the Nov/Dec. edition, covering a range of topics starting with Big Data, Cloud and last but not least the Oracle Social Network.  That's just the beginning.  We've added new features to this edition including a Blogosphere section and a Featured Video for you to take a look at.  As always, customer wins, product announcements are part of this edition, but we've highlighted the recent Oracle Weblogic Server 12c launch (December 1st).  Wondering what's new in Oracle Fusion Middleware? Read all about it in the latest issue available at: http://www.oracle.com/us/dm/h2fy11/100025522-index-oem-1369805.html

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Saturday Nov 19, 2011

Missed OpenWorld 2011 or JavaOne? See the Key Announcements Today

Learn more about Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne Key Announcements through our six On Demand Webcasts or Podcasts. Your time is precious and you can't make time to watch all keynotes and sessions on demand. Want to get a concise overview on the Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne key announcements?

Presented by Oracle experts in EMEA, these six webcasts will help you decide which keynotes, general or solution sessions on Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne could be of more interest to you.

Six informative, on-demand sessions are available as podcasts and webcasts, on Oracle Hardware and Software, each taking just 15-20 minutes. Be updated in an hour on Oracle OpenWorld on…

  1. Oracle Exadata and Exalogic Engineered Systems with Oracle Applications
  2. Oracle Exalytics Business Intelligence Machine, the industry's first in-memory hardware and software system
  3. Oracle Big Data Appliance, the end-to-end solution for Big Data
  4. Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, the industry's first solution to combine management of the full Oracle stack with complete enterprise cloud lifecycle management
  5. Oracle Fusion Applications, a complete suite with 100+ modules
  6. Oracle Public Cloud with subscription-based, self-service access to Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Database

Watch the Six JavaOne Key Announcement Webcasts anywhere you can access the Internet and learn more about:

  1. Plans for advancing the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) and an update on Java SE 8
  2. Plans announced for the evolution Java Platform, Micro Edition
  3. Availability of JavaFX 2.0
  4. The NetBeans IDE Availability for Windows, Mac, Linux and Oracle Solaris
  5. Latest developments in the evolution of Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE).
  6. Oracle Java Cloud Service.

Follow other informative, on-demand sessions on Oracle Hardware and Software on topics like Cloud, Exadata, Exalogic, Exalytics, Big Data Appliance, Enterprise Manager 12c, Hardware - SuperCluster, Server - and Storage, Oracle Fusion Applications

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Thursday Oct 27, 2011

Enabling Data Governance with Oracle Enterprise Data Quality

Data Governance is one of those terms in the IT ecosystem with a pretty nebulous definition. It can mean different things to different people and depending on who you ask it's as simple as extra monitoring of your business process with some additional auditing for IT processees.  On the other hand, it can be defined as the point where data quality, data management, data policies, business process management, and risk management converge in terms of the handling of data in an organization.  Data Quality is an important component of Data Governance, for that matter to any type of IT initiative - Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing or Master Data Management, and enables organizations do a better job of governing their data in the following ways:

  • Brings clarify and transparency to data
  • Ensures high data quality for enterprise IT systems that need it
  • Provides data control and standardization

Oracle Enterprise Data Quality is a data quality solution that handles both customer and product data and has unique approaches geared to handling the unique characteristics of each data domain.  In addition, it plays an important role in helping organizations manage data quality as part of data governance projects by ensuring that data of poor data quality is cleansed, standardized and ready to meet compliance mandates, there by making sure that "dirty data" does not cascade throughout the enterprise and infiltrate IT systems.  Join us on a webcast on this very topic - October 27, 2011 at 10 AM PT and learn how Oracle Enterprise Data Quality can help give you the tools you need to drive your Data Governance projects forward to completion.  Register today for this webcast.

For more information on Oracle Enterprise Data Quality visit us here.

Monday Oct 03, 2011

OpenWorld Recap Day 1: Innovations in Oracle Fusion Middleware, Exalogic, Cloud Application Foundation

So much buzz in a single day. I have to say I was quite blown away with the starting videos by Mark Hurd outlining our success thus far, and then ending with Thomas Kurian in the morning detailing a number of key advancements around Enterprise Manager 12c, Big Data, and Exalytics. The theme of Oracle OpenWorld (if you haven’t been paying attention to our banners) is all about Engineered for Innovation.

Hasan Rizvi during his General Session today discussed such innovations in Fusion Middleware highlighting Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud and Oracle Cloud Application Foundation which help provide a foundation for Cloud applications, make IT more efficient and business users more productive.

Rizvi outlined how Oracle is the leader in Fusion Middleware, with the #1 position in the market –with over 120,000 existing customers having added 9,500 new customers in the last 12 months.

In fact, Oracle runs on Oracle; running its own applications on Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle invests heavily in integrating its products together into cohesive solutions, reducing professional services costs compared to competition while reducing time-to-market for on-boarding new services from 3 months to 2 weeks.

Oracle also runs its most innovative business software, Fusion Applications, on Oracle Fusion Middleware - leveraging its modern user interface, in context Business Intelligence, integrated SOA, centralized security, and built for on-premise and on-Cloud.

Rizvi also discussed in detail the advantages of Oracle Exalogic,

  • Exalogic provides up to 5X processor utilization advantage for applications: Java EE, 25% processor utilization advantage for standard Linux or Solaris applications.
  • Unmatched throughput, responsiveness and efficiency on Oracle Exalogic: Oracle SOA runs 9X faster, Oracle ADF runs 10X faster.
  • For Business Applications it means better throughput, lower response times, more TPS, more users.

Ultimately that means: Oracle Exalogic provides customers a solution which relies on less hardware and software, is easier to deploy, manage, maintain, while at the same time runs faster.

In fact many Exalogic customers experienced dramatic gains. Rizvi quoted a few important customer examples:

  • Haier: 7X faster than IBM P750/AIX at ½ the cost.
  • Square Two: 9X improved response time with 5X gain in concurrent users
  • Deutsche Post DHL: ¼ rack of Exalogic 360X faster than 600 existing servers
  • Xi’an Software Pak: 22X faster performance than existing systems
  • Banco de Chile: 4X better performance over the competing solution.

In addition, Rizvi outlined new advancements in Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software which are worth highlighting:

  • Elastic Cloud Software now available on newly announced SPARC SuperCluster thereby bringing its benefits to an even larger audience
  • Virtual Assemblies for Exalogic bring together VM images and deployment configurations in order to reduce the costs of rapidly deploying new applications
  • Cloud Management provides complete cloud lifecycle management with automatic scale-up and scale-down along with metering and chargeback
  • Additionally, Cloud Management benefits from deep integration with hardware, software, and applications management to offer automatic, proactive support that monitors the day to day health of the system, provides patch recommendations, and can even contact support automatically when a problem is detected.
  • Oracle VM 3.0 for Exalogic offers the lowest overhead in the market combine with the greatest scalability for x86 architectures
  • Oracle Exabus offers high speed network virtualization, providing direct memory I/O for Java and C++ applications that results in 400% increase in process to process throughput
  • Example Exalogic Benefits for Fusion Middleware Customers: SOA 11g experiences a 9X improvement in response time, improves Tuxedo response time by 7X, and increases throughput of Oracle Universal Content Management by 300%
  • Resulting improvement in response time of sample business processes in Oracle Applications: E-Business Suite 300-800%, PeopleSoft 300%, Siebel 800%, JD Edwards 300%, Utilities Master Data Management 200%, and ATG 300%.

Looking forward to Tuesday? See the Keynote delivered by Dell: 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m., Moscone North, Hall D

Stay with us on twitter if you aren’t already. Follow #OOW11 and #Middleware to be apprised of all the latest news when it happens. Join us in sessions in the Middleware stream by going to our Fusion Middleware Focus on Document.

Wednesday Aug 24, 2011

40 Reasons Oracle Out-Performs IBM in Middleware

Overall, compared to IBM, Oracle offers the most complete, integrated, open, and best-of-breed middleware solution. These advantages help Oracle customers simplify complexity, lower TCO, and improve efficiencies.

These claims are based on real data compiled across several product categories in Application Servers, SOA, BPM, Data Integration, Identity Management, and User Interaction. I’ve cited a few of them below from studies we’ve put together as well as couple of external ones.

All of this information is available to you at your fingertips by going to our website at www.oracle.com/goto/OracleOutperformsIBM

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