October 1 – 5, 2017
San Francisco, CA
Oracle’s OpenWorld technology show takes over downtown San Francisco again the first week of October and Ovum’s analysts will be there presenting and meeting with leaders from companies involved in big data/analytics, AI, customer experience, IaaS, IoT, PaaS, security, etc. OpenWorld attracts over 60,000 attendees from over 140 countries.
Oracle has invited Nicole Engelbert, Ovum’s Director of Research & Analysis, Technology, to present at a session entitled “Oracle's Path to the Cloud for Education and Research” on Monday, October 2, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM. Joining Nicole onstage will be representatives from Oracle and Boise State University. More information on this session
Tim Jennings, Ovum’s Chief Research Officer, will be attending Oracle OpenWorld along with the Ovum analyst team.
Please find below our analysts' opinion and analysis on the impact that Oracle will have for your industry and business:
Cloud BSS market heats up as Oracle launches Oracle Monetization Cloud
Chantel Cary, 21 August 2017
With the recent launch of Oracle Monetization Cloud, the cloud BSS market is heating up in the telecoms industry. Oracle is just one of many large telecoms software vendors to bring a cloud BSS product to market.
Oracle fills out the Cloud at Customer portfolio
Tony Baer, 22 August 2017
Oracle's Cloud at Customer offering now matches its public cloud offerings. Cloud at Customer provides Oracle with an advantage in addressing customers whose policies preclude public cloud.
Oracle intensifies cloud competition in Australia
Adrian Ho, 21 February 2017
In February 2017, Oracle announced the expansion of its cloud coverage in Australia, with Oracle Cloud Platform services being made available locally. This is part of Oracle's investment expansion aimed at taking on global cloud leaders AWS and Azure at their own game of regional presence. Oracle has also been offering its suite of software-as-a-service in Australia, allowing it to become the only service provider that offers (its own branded) three layers of cloud services (e.g., IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS) in Australia.
Java EE takes a new turn
Michael Azoff, 22 August 2017
Oracle made an important announcement on August 17, 2017 on the future of Java EE. It has decided to further open up the community process around Java EE by donating it to an open source foundation.
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