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At long last, Oracle fully committed to cloud in 2014. While it's too early to cite Oracle as the supreme cloud market victor, the vendor nonetheless scored a financial victory by closing out the year with solid quarterly earnings and steady cloud revenues – and strong cloud growth predictions.


  • The vast majority of Oracle's revenues are still generated from traditional deployments of its vast software portfolio. However, Oracle's cloud revenue performance is crucial to its future strategy, and the steadiness and predicted growth of this business is an important bellwether

Features and Benefits

  • Learn more about Oracle's cloud strategy.
  • Learn how Oracle is reaching out to customers with its cloud portfolio.

Key questions answered

  • What level of investment is Oracle making in its cloud portfolio?
  • How are customers responding to Oracle's cloud investments?

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  • Summary
  • Cloud revenues steady, with strong predicted growth
  • Customer outreach continues through Oracle CloudWorld
  • Oracle is unique in offering its whole portfolio of applications in the cloud
  • Despite these challenges, there is a big opportunity for Oracle to cross-sell its cloud applications


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  • Further reading

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