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Oracle OverviewOracle Cloud Infrastructure combines the elasticity and utility of the public cloud with the control, security, performance, and predictability of on-premise computing environments. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure customers receive consistent, dependable service levels for all types of applications and computing environments, including complex, technical computing workloads such as simulating crash tests, modeling insurance risks, and testing new manufacturing materials.
- Cloud Revenue (as of 02/28/2023):$4.1B
- Cloud Services:SaaS,PaaS,IaaS
- CEO:Safra Catz
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Cloud Wars Subscriptions enable businesses to convert products into recurring services, potentially leading to shifts in valuation metrics and operational efficiency. Taco Bell provides a solid example.
Cloud Wars Discover how Oracle technology drives growth, innovation, and enhanced experiences at IAC, as discussed by VP Paul Scribano, ahead of the Oracle CloudWorld event.
Cloud Wars Copilots bring AI functionality to everyday enterprise applications. Discover three use cases where they're poised to make a difference, and risks to keep in mind.
Cloud Wars Learn about the integration of AI and ML within Oracle's database, including support for various algorithms, graph analytics, and plans for increasing usability of related tools through Gen AI.
Cloud Wars To enhance customer experience (CX), Oracle is focusing on business model shifts, subscription models, and automation, Oracle exec Rob Tarkoff says in this Road to CloudWorld preview.
Cloud WarsIn an interview with Oracle VP Jenny Tsai-Smith, discussions revolve around the upcoming Oracle Cloud World event, highlighting topics such as AI integration, Exadata advancements, and a focus on developers' needs.
Cloud Wars Minute The Cloud Confidence Index uses market caps of top 10 cloud companies as a proxy for business leaders' confidence in their growth, reflecting customer demand and technology trends. The index is up slightly.
Cloud Wars Oracle's explosive growth, dispersed data centers, industry partnerships, and dynamic CEO have made it the hottest cloud vendor today.
Cloud Wars Oracle maintains its position as the world's hottest major cloud vendor with 54% growth in Q2, followed by Google Cloud at 28% and ServiceNow at 25%.
Cloud Wars Minute The four fastest growing cloud vendors' financial results indicate an upturn in customer spending and preparation for the generative AI revolution.
Cloud Wars Minute Amazon Web Services (AWS) experienced a decline in its growth rate for the seventh straight quarter amid fierce competition from Microsoft, Google Cloud, and Oracle.
Cloud Wars Approaching the release of the Q2 financial results of Amazon, AWS' growth rate decline stands out relative to Cloud Wars Top 10 adversaries.
Cloud Wars Although it's not as big as other Cloud Wars Top 10 companies, the growth rate of Oracle has been accelerating at a higher rate than that of competitors.
Cloud Wars Cloud Wars Live monthly guest Bonnie Tinder shares customer reviews on Oracle, SAP, and Workday software implementations.
Cloud Wars Bob Evans shares his thoughts on Salesforce's 9% price increase across many of its product lines, and suggests competitors Oracle and SAP will respond aggressively.
Cloud Wars Minute Will customers go along with Salesforce's price increases? If they don't, that creates new opportunities for Oracle and SAP.
Cloud Wars Oracle Industries EVP Mike Sicilia explains why banks are shifting to the cloud, citing elasticity, security, and greater velocity.
Cloud WarsOracle Industries EVP Mike Sicilia tells Bob Evans how Oracle brings its vertical industry capabilities to the financial services industry.
Cloud Wars Minute Oracle leverages generative AI in Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM to boost productivity by enabling automated content generation, intelligent recruiting, and data summarization.
Cloud Wars Market-leading growth rate, compared with the decline in AWS' growth, raises the specter of Oracle overtaking Amazon in the Cloud Wars Top 10.
Cloud Wars Minute Bob revisits the Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings as the latest growth rates of Oracle might move it up the ranks past Amazon's AWS.
Cloud Wars In the Acceleration Economy Cloud Wars Top 10 course, discover how companies, including Celonis, achieve Cloud Wars Horizon designation.
Cloud Wars Get a preview of our Cloud Wars Top 10 course on how buying committees and C-level executives can use the cloud ranking to support purchase decisions.
Cloud Wars Get a preview of our Cloud Wars Top 10 course, which helps buying committees and C-level execs support purchase decisions by understanding each company's innovations and differentiators.
Cloud Wars Per Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, Oracle MySQL HeatWave runs 1,000x faster than competitor AWS' Aurora database, writes Bob Evans.
Cloud Wars Minute Oracle founder and chairman Larry Ellison stated on the company's most recent earnings call that its MySQL Heatwave database is 1,000x faster than AWS Aurora.
Cloud Wars Minute With its EU Sovereign Cloud, Oracle aims to address common risks associated with data residency, privacy, and management.
Cloud Wars Over the last three months, the Cloud Confidence Index (overall) was up by 23.3% for a total market cap of $6.51 trillion. Bob Evans reports which companies stood out.
Cloud Wars Minute In the last three months, the Cloud Confidence Index grew 23%. A few of the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies stood out, and Bob Evans explains why.
Cloud Wars Based on its recent growth rates and ambitious outlook for the future, Oracle has earned a spot in the "hyperscaler club," alongside Microsoft, AWS, and Google Cloud.
Hyperautomation Minute As Oracle announced its partnership with Cohere, the company is making further moves to integrate generative AI into its portfolio and services.
Cloud Wars Minute As a result of its surge in cloud revenue and impressive growth rates, Bob Evans suggests that Oracle has joined Microsoft, AWS, and Google Cloud as the fourth hyperscaler.
Cloud Wars Bob Evans offers five reasons for Oracle's massive growth surge, which include the company's technological superiority and leaders Safra Catz and Larry Ellison.
Cloud Wars Minute Bob Evans shares five key reasons that influenced Oracle's surge in cloud growth in its most recent quarter.
Cloud Wars Minute In the latest Cloud Wars Top 10 ranking, ServiceNow and Workday have moved up, while Salesforce has dropped.
Cloud Wars Staying on track as the world's hottest cloud provider, Oracle crushed Q4 with a 54% growth rate and quarterly cloud revenue of $4.4 billion.
Cloud Wars Minute With a 54% cloud growth rate in its most recent quarter and quarterly cloud revenue of $4.4 billion, Oracle remains the fastest growing cloud provider.
Hyperautomation Minute While Oracle has embedded AI into its Fusion apps, the company has yet to make any major announcements in terms of its generative AI strategy.
CXO Minute Oracle Student Cloud, among other industry cloud solutions, helps partners assist universities in better managing administrative processes and student engagement.
Cloud Wars Financial services giant Deutsche Bank is leveraging the power of multi-cloud by working with both Google Cloud and Oracle.
Cloud Wars Minute In the midst of its digital transformation, Deutsche Bank is leveraging the capabilities of both Oracle and Google Cloud.
Financial Services Learn about how Oracle's data platform addresses key customer issues, impacts various industries, and creates desired business outcomes.
Cloud Wars Oracle CEO Larry Ellison announced the company's plans to build hundreds of data centers (one in every country) at the Oracle Database Summit.
Cloud Wars Minute During an intimate conversation with Oracle's Larry Ellison, Bob Evans learned of the company's plans to build hundreds of data centers, with at least one in every country.
Cloud WarsBob Evans reviews Larry Ellison's remarks as he made an appearance during the Oracle Database Summit to highlight three key topics.
Cloud Wars Minute Larry Ellison commented on a few topics as he made a surprise Zoom appearance at the Oracle Analyst Summit last month.
CXO This guidebook covers how the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies are utilizing their partners ecosystems as a source of innovation, expertise, and growth.
Partners Ecosystem Oracle's Doug Smith explains how the company tracks the success of its partner and client projects, using its Customer Success management functions.
CXO Paul Swider shares his impressions on Oracle news from the recent HIMSS Global Health Conference and Exhibition.
Cloud Wars CFO of the London Stock Exchange Group told Oracle CEO the exchange's big prize has been its ability to "create faster revenue outcomes," writes Bob Evans.