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The large releases at Oracle OpenWorld 2014: Oracle Cloud Services

September 30, 2014

This years’ OpenWorld has a lot to do about new services that are added to the cloud portfolio of Oracle. There has been a large change in new releases offering more integration and flexibility to a heterogeneous application environment. For instance the Oracle Integration Cloud Services will help organizations to combine various cloud (SaaS) services […]

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ExaLogic: is this really the cloud inside your walls?

September 21, 2010

Yesterday, during the keynote session at Oracle OpenWorld 2010, Larry Ellison released the Oracle ExaLogic machine into the wild. After talking a lot about ‘The Cloud’ Larry announced that the machine is the ‘Elastic Cloud’ that you can put inside your own firewall. Sounds great, but is it really? No. It actually is a brilliant […]

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What’s the word on the C-side at Oracle OpenWorld 2010?

September 18, 2010

There some buzz about one single letter in the days ahead of Oracle OpenWorld 2010. The letter ‘c’. But why? What is happening here? Since version 10 of the Oracle Database (and all other products of the Oracle corporation) the ‘g’ was added to the version name. Where in Oracle Database 9i the ‘i’ stood […]

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Looking forward to Oracle OpenWorld 2010

August 6, 2010

T minus 6 weeks. The anticipation for this years Oracle OpenWorld is kicking in. What can we expect? Are there things we cannot participate? What is the great unknown and which sessions are a must? All these questions for one great week in San Francisco. Like all OpenWorlds before this one, there will be loads […]

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Five thoughts on the Cloud

March 1, 2010

The first time I encountered Cloud Computing, which was a few years ago, I realized that this just might be the future of our business. But why? At first I couldn’t grasp it exactly. Whether we take a look at Software as a Service, SaaS, Platform as a Service, PaaS or simply hiring some computing […]

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The Future of Office Productivity is in The Cloud

February 2, 2010

There has been a lot to do about the Oracle acquisition of Sun Microsystems. I’ve found it an appealing time and last weeks announcements have been great. It’s all about innovation and more and more research and development. Oracle, or at least it seams that way, really is into it for the win. One great […]

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