With its impressive levels of growth, innovation, vision, and ambition, Oracle has earned its among its larger and seemingly untouchable competitors.
In Episode 18 of the Growth Swarm podcast, John Siefert, Bob Evans, Tony Uphoff, and Scott Vaughan discuss customer centricity, security, co-creation, and other multi-cloud concerns.
After the recent multi-cloud deals that Oracle made with Microsoft and AWS, will it announce a partnership with Google Cloud next? As Bob explains, the answer is likely ‘yes.’
Next month’s Oracle CloudWorld would be a great time to showcase a new agreement with Google Cloud, Bob Evans suggests.
Surprisingly, Oracle has become a paying customer of competitor AWS in a strategic move for the company to enable multi-cloud interoperability.
Vulnerability management is always a daunting task. In multi-cloud scenario, it’s even more challenging, as Chris Hughes explains in the context of AppSec.
Lookout’s new CMO, Deb Wolf, explains how the security platform innovator with B2C roots can enable enterprise business outcomes.
Tom Smith profiles the startup and its smart cloud solution, which orchestrates the execution of applications across multiple clouds and leverages artificial intelligence to balance workloads effectively.
Bob shares highlights and top relevant quotes from the FedEx Executive VP and CIO’s recent praise of the Microsoft-Oracle multi-cloud partnership.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob recounts Carter’s reasons for praising the “co-opetition” cloud partnership between two cloud giants as a collaboration that greatly benefits FedEx customers.
By leveraging the cloud, the aptly-named Workspot lets employees access their full desktop — in a variety of forms — from wherever they’re working.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob previews his chat with IBM Consulting SVP John Granger on the company’s approach to hybrid cloud partnerships.
Wayne Sadin looks at three recent Microsoft news stories that sum up the company’s aggressive and innovative moves to compete with its cloud competitors
As organizations are increasingly adopting multiple clouds, they need to be prepared to onboard hybrid multi-cloud technologies securely.
In a YouTube video last week, Larry Ellison broke down the revolutionary agreement between Oracle and Microsoft, and its effect on multi-cloud’s future.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob explains the Oracle founder and chairman’s big investment in a multi-cloud partnership with Microsoft.
Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison had a video chat last week with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella about their multi-cloud collaboration.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob explains the collaboration between the two technology giants to improve multi-cloud for customers.
Longtime rivals Microsoft and Oracle have found a way to seamlessly blend their cloud assets, meeting customer needs (and delighting customers in the process).
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob examines the unique collaboration between the two cloud rivals to ensure a better multi-cloud experience for customers.