Recap/Summarized 2013 OpenWorld Announcements

on Tuesday, 24 September 2013. Posted in Blog, Oracle OpenWorld

Recap/Summarized 2013 OpenWorld Announcements

The big announcement today was the full suite of products offered on-premise are now available in the Cloud.


Oracle has added multiple services to the cloud, including database as a service, Java in the cloud, business intelligence (BI) and ERP in the cloud.


Database in the cloud, this provides full control of a dedicated database instance and supports any Oracle database application, giving users flexibility and choice over the level of managed services provided by Oracle.


Java Cloud: this provides Oracle WebLogic Server clusters for deployment of Java applications


Business Intelligence Cloud: Enables users to analyse data with visual, interactive dashboards for the web and mobile devices. 


Document cloud is like a Sharepoint in the cloud provides file-sharing and collaboration solution and they added a Marketplace Cloud, this provides a marketplace were partners can publish applications and customers can browse through the list similar to google and apple store.


Application in the cloud includes full ERP – Financial, (14 largest global localizations available, Projects, HR,CRM, and EPM know fully available – great first step towards that unique global instance so many CIO’s and companies are looking to achieve.


Other announcement includes:


Oracle's introduction of in-memory option for its 12C database, as well as it Big Memory Machine, M6-32. This machine removes the need to copy data across servers.


New E-Business suite release – 12.2

New PeopleSoft Release – 9.2

New JD-Edwards Release – 9.1.2

New Hyperion EPM modules & release 11.1.3


New Fusion Middleware 12C – includes new product offerings


New integrated customer management experience, integrated with Social.


Feel free to share your OpenWorld news and thoughts on the topic!


Comments (10)

  • Lisa Thompson

    Lisa Thompson

    25 September 2013 at 00:14 |
    Great summary, my first Openworld and I am impressed at Oracle's footprint, I would add Hadoop but someone told me it was last years announcement also liked Larry's quote we are in the information age not the internet age.
  • Mike Johnson

    Mike Johnson

    25 September 2013 at 00:20 |
    You speak about it indirectly but the Infrastructure as a service, and my surprise at the Microsoft Oracle partnership on the enterprise cloud. I enjoy your blog
  • Ravi Patel

    Ravi Patel

    25 September 2013 at 00:23 |
    Nice summary i would add mobility here is the link
  • Thomas Taylor

    Thomas Taylor

    25 September 2013 at 00:55 |
    Last month I was a first time visitor to the site, It was my first experience of Openworld and thanks to all the tips they really helped, overall i am happy with my first oracle conference! I would add lots of talk on Social media integration like twitter, Facebook, instagram and linked in.
  • John Morris

    John Morris

    25 September 2013 at 02:23 |
    My 3rd Openworld best ever, great product announcements, watch out Salesforce and Workday
  • Victor Nguyen

    Victor Nguyen

    25 September 2013 at 02:31 |
    Big Data is the future, IT is your competitive advantage, I think this is a real great blog.
  • Patrick Henley

    Patrick Henley

    25 September 2013 at 12:23 |
    Oracle will become the cloud gorilla, good for the clients more choice but bad for north america it jobs since the cloud support and development will be done in cheaper markets like India and China. The cloud announcement will disrupt the way we interact with our consulting firms lets wait and see, the event is well organized.
  • Mark Hendrickson

    Mark Hendrickson

    25 September 2013 at 16:43 |
    The future is all about customer experience management, investments will continue in digitizing information and making the customer experience simpler, social will remain big. The pace of change will continue to be high. Your website has great information keep it up.
    The strategy that all big vendors are following is to commodotize business functions like finance, hr, projects and then put everything in the cloud! Its all about innovation or die!
  • Tamil Das

    Tamil Das

    25 September 2013 at 20:52 |
    The big takeaway, IMO is that Oracle know provides a complete enterprise platform to deploy your enterprise solutions.
  • Shivam Brahmbhatt

    Shivam Brahmbhatt

    26 September 2013 at 04:29 |
    Great recap, another one was on ODI and 12c integration, also Oracle team Usa won today!

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