San Francisco, Oct 28
[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]C[/dropcap]loud computing has been the biggest change in the information technology sector in the last two decade or so and global software and cloud major Oracle is here to address your data storage need with security being the first and foremost concern, the company said on Wednesday. Remembering what Larry Ellison famously said about Cloud Computing being irrelevant a few years ago, this is a stunning volte face for the company.
“Cloud today is changing the business models of several companies. Having a presence in cloud is tantamount to the tremendous success of businesses globally,” said Dave Donatelli, executive vice president (converged infrastructure) of Oracle.
“Enjoy Oracle cloud right there at your data centre. We will build it, patch it and transport right in your backyard. You run it and we will take care of the security and performance to our best,” he announced.
“We also offer completely automated zero data loss recover appliance,” he noted while delivering a keynote address at the OpenWorld 2015 conference here.
Oracle is making some bold claims with its M7 chip. Only time will tell if the reality matches the hype.
[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]C[/dropcap]loud is also changing as infrastructure is being designed and redesigned worldwide. “So, how will you navigate through this infrastructure industry disruption. What would you opt? Go to your technology supplier or come to Oracle for the ultimate secured experience?” he asked. Whatever is your need – in public, private or hybrid cloud – we are there to help you, the official told the gathering.
According to John Fowler, executive vice president (systems) at Oracle, the businesses across the world are looking at performance, speed and security as they enter the cloud computing.
“The ultra-secured silicon-based M7 microprocessor, Oracle database and new-age Java are the platforms that we are offering to the world. Remember that we build platforms with a passion so we have a direct intellectual and emotional connect with our products to make the experience better for you,” he explained.
Sparc M7 microprocessor has set 20 world records in performance. Oracle has launched six processors in five years but M7 is going to be a game changer as the company has infused security right in the hardware.
Juan Loaiza, senior vice president (Oracle database) emphasised that smart platforms are the future that will leverage dramatic performance along with better security and speed.
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