Among the many announcements being made at Oracle OpenWorld 2013, one that really caught my attention was about the new Oracle Cloud Marketplace. The Cloud Marketplace provides a place for Oracle Cloud customers to easily browse, evaluate and buy trusted business applications developed by registered Oracle partners. These applications extend (more...)
Even though it's been a few weeks since Cloud Expo East in New York City, I couldn't resist posting a couple of pictures of the Oracle Cloud/Iron Man 3 advertising that we ran at the event. It was pretty cool seeing those big digital ads in front of the Javits (more...)
Oracle and Microsoft have entered into a new partnership that will help customers embrace cloud computing by providing greater choice and flexibility in how to deploy Oracle software.
Here are the key elements of the partnership:
- Effective today, our customers can run supported Oracle software on Windows Server Hyper-V (more...)
I wanted to draw special attention to the keynote (more...)
You may have seen today's announcement on the availability of the new Oracle Big Data Appliance X3-2 Starter Rack and Oracle Big Data Appliance X3-2 In-Rack Expansion. The new Oracle Big Data Appliance X3-2 Starter Rack is designed to jumpstart Big Data projects with optimally sized configurations of the appliance. (more...)
Last week, Rick Greenwald, product manager for the Oracle Database Cloud Service, presented a live webcast called "Reap the Benefits of Database Cloud Services".
If you want to learn how the Oracle Database Cloud Service enables fast and easy development and deployment of business applications by extending the power of Oracle Database to the public cloud, watch a replay of the webcast which is now available on-demand.
After viewing the webcast, don't forget to sign up for a 30-day Free Trial of the Oracle Database Cloud Service.