Oracle says it'll be price competitive with AWS, Microsoft Azure and Rackspace. Is infrastructure as a service really a gateway to buying Oracle's cloud applications?
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On balancing HP and Oracle as infrastructure partners, Salesforce's co-founder quipped, "It's not just an Internet of Customers but Internet of Partners."
Oracle figures it doesn't make sense to offer its applications in the cloud and not provide infrastructure and a platform too. Will customers bite?
Oracle supports OpenStack as the interface to manage cloud infrastructure and launches a bevy of new services primarily aimed at HR and CRM.
Oracle has announced the Virtual Compute Appliance, a software and hardware stack designed to be able to support easy deployments of applications on virtualised infrastructure.
Oracle will soon be announcing that it's discontinuing development of its Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Sun Ray software and hardware, and Oracle Virtual Desktop Client product lines.
The new x86 server infrastructure essentially combines Dell hardware with Oracle software.
Oracle is strengthening its private cloud backbone with the acquisition of infrastructure management software provider, Nimbula.
Oracle is hoping to entice more businesses to sign on to its cloud infrastructure service with a new subscription option that might look less binding.
Oracle said that the acquisition will help it provide analytics for utilities investing in smart meter infrastructure and other devices.
Conversation with Pete Manca, CEO of Egenera, about the why Egenera acquired Fort Technologies
CEO Larry Ellison discusses how Oracle's approach to integrating social throughout SaaS applications is different from the competition.
The aim of Oracle's foray into infrastructure-as-a-service is not to compete with Amazon for new developers, but rather to protect Oracle from losing existing customers to the Seattle cloud giant.
At Oracle OpenWorld on Tuesday the company gave details on seven new services within its cloud that place an emphasis on appealing to specific business tasks, rather than providing more general infrastructure-as-a-service technologies.
After a long time coming, Oracle Cloud is unveiled as the database giant's entry into the market with a focus on social and custom infrastructure services.
Big brand companies today have to invest in infrastructure that enables them to deal with customer contacts across multiple touch points. Has Oracle bought RightNow to fulfil that need?
With its new Big Data Appliance, Oracle has retooled Exadata for big data, developed its own NoSQL database and built software to ease the migration of Hadoop workloads onto its infrastructure
Oracle has pre-intergrated hardware and software to make an appliance that creates infrastructure-as-a-service clouds within an organisation's datacentre.
Listening to IBM's Fred Balboni talk about analytics it becomes clear why IT giants ranging from Hewlett-Packard, Oracle and others are so damn hot for the space. You don't have the infrastructure to do real predictive modeling.
The new versions of the Sun Ray client and the VDI software it runs on add Windows 7 support and improved power consumption, according to Oracle
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