By ZDNet UK
for Between the Lines
| September 9, 2004 -- 21:57 GMT (14:57 PDT)
| Topic: Oracle
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Top cloud providers 2019: AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud; IBM makes hybrid move; Salesforce dominates SaaS
Oracle closes China’s R&D centre and axes nearly 1,000 employees: Report
Staff that were made redundant have gathered to protest the layoff plan, according to photos and video clips circulating on social media.
Oracle may face challenges migrating customers to cloud, says survey
Rimini Street surveyed 205 IT and business decision makers who were Oracle customers. The picture is a mixed bag.
Recent Oracle WebLogic zero-day used to infect servers with ransomware
Attackers use zero-day to deploy new Sodinokibi ransomware strain on unpatched Oracle WebLogic servers.
Oracle security warning: Customers told to patch ASAP to swat 297 bugs
Update addresses multiple flaws that can be remotely exploited without user credentials.
Programming languages: Python developers now outnumber Java ones
Python has attracted two million new developers over the past year.
Public cloud spending to surge as companies start moving from cloud-first to cloud-only, says Gartner
Software as a service takes up the most wallet share, but infrastructure as a service grows faster through 2022.
Oracle takes next steps toward the customer data platform
Oracle hopes to beat Salesforce, Adobe with CX Unity, but what’s the advice for data warehouse, data lake and MDM customers?”
Oracle cuts jobs as it tries to catch AWS in cloud race
Oracle sheds headcount as part of a reorganization to focus on its AWS-rival cloud business.