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.
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