In this Cloud Wars Expo moment, Oracle exec Sabina Safar discusses data sharing and how the company works to keep a country’s data within its borders.
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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison announced the company’s plans to build hundreds of data centers (one in every country) at the Oracle Database Summit.
Google Cloud has introduced a simple, powerful online tool to help businesses optimize their data-sovereignty initiatives, namely titled Sovereignty Explorer.
How does Google Cloud plan to simplify data sovereignty? With its latest product, Digital Sovereignty Explorer, explains Bob Evans.
With the major cloud providers working toward global availability, Oracle seems to have more regions than Amazon, Microsoft, and Google Cloud.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob reviews the growing battle for data center coverage among Cloud Wars providers.
In this Cloud Database Battleground moment, Jeff Morris shares how Couchbase has worked with some of the world’s largest organizations in managing mission-critical data.
New cloud-native features are transforming the popular DataStax database into more than an on-premises enterprise heavyweight.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Industry Cloud Battleground moment, Oracle execs Jon Rooney and Mike Sicilia explain the company’s soup-to-nuts solutions for its healthcare customers, as well how it handles data sovereignty.
Oracle’s explosive growth, dispersed data centers, industry partnerships, and dynamic CEO have made it the hottest cloud vendor today.
Security, cost, and sustainability are some of the reasons artificial intelligence workloads are moving toward hybrid environments.
New data from NetApp shows that even with the benefits of multi-cloud, this increasingly popular architecture introduces various forms of complexity for tech leaders.
Alloy XYZ lets big Oracle cloud-infrastructure customers evolve into cloud providers offering industry-specific solutions to other businesses.
After interviewing Oracle exec Clay Magouryk, Bob Evans lays out the breakthrough nature of the company’s cloud infrastructure platform.
Oracle’s Mike Sicilia explains how the company’s healthcare solutions offer its customers soup-to-nuts automation and privacy unrivaled by its cloud space competitors.
In this Industry Cloud Battleground session, Jon Rooney and Sabina Zafar of Oracle describe why financial services customers must modernize, create, and offer embedded finance experiences.
Pushing its sweeping co-creation model with global banks to new levels, IBM will help these financial institutions become more secure, compliant, and resilient but also boost performance.
As part of its annual re:Invent show’s new-product blitz, AWS framed its “Digital Sovereignty Pledge” as offering “control without compromise.” Bob looks at what this commitment says about the company’s position compared to Microsoft’s and Google Cloud’s.
Latest updates to HYCU’s Protege platform add support for Azure Gov Cloud, disaster recovery to AWS, cross-cloud recovery.
In this Oracle CloudWorld analyst take, Wayne shares what he learned from OCI lead Clay Magouryrk about the division’s new products and partnerships.