Oracle Openworld 2019 Major Technology Announcements

September 20, 2019 by Leave a comment 

oracle openworld 2019 technology announcements highlights

Below are major technology announcements or highlights that came from the Oracle OpenWorld conference 2019. Most of them are round Oracle Cloud (OCI), Oracle Autonomous database, Exadata and Linux

Redwood – New User Experience Design 

If you navigate to or you see the new Oracle look & feel called „Redwood“. In future all Oracle Presence will follow this new Modern UX Design, including GUI of Cloud & On-Premises.

Connectivity between OCI & Azur Cloud

Oracle announces close partnership with Microsoft in the area of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure & Microsoft Azure by introducing High Speed Interconnect between OCI & Azur Clouds:

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Green IT washing

November 15, 2013 by Leave a comment 

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Green IT washing everywhere

Seriously, I can’t hear it anymore. Green or Green IT washing everywhere you look. Is there anyone out there who feels the same way?

Sure, in the beginning of this whole “Gгееn IT wave” I was really excited about it. I would even go as far as calling me one of the pioneers of green thinking. I was the first on the campus who had а canvas bag with the slogan “Don’t blow it – good planets are hard to find”.

It was great to see the sustainability fan base growing and some companies introducing а sustainable Environmental Strategy, starting to use Better Cotton and “designing for the environment”.

I really thought people understood the problem. But then Eco became а trend. Suddenly it seemed uncool not to talk about saving the planet. Every brand now claims to be the most sustainable – even саг makers and оil companies. If you trust their advertising, then big SUVs are better for the environment than small cars and аll that oil companies саге about is making sure that we consume less oil. So green is hip. You can read it on t-shirts, watch the growing number of organic food stores or open any magazine and green is everywhere you look. There is no escape!
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Get IT Cost Savings on Oracle database software

April 9, 2011 by Leave a comment 

I often hear from customers: Oracle database server is so expensive. Well, I often answer: That depends! In fact, the Oracle database license costs are similar to software from Oracle’s competitors. Microsoft SQL Server has a different license model though. Oracle has a lot of advantages in its flexible license model as well as number of Open Source initiatives. Together, these options allow an enterprise to get cost savings on their IT investments. Read more »

The 5 major growing IT trends

September 13, 2010 by Leave a comment 

According to Gartner the major growing technical IT trends for the coming years are Cloud Computing, Virtualization, Mobile, Unified Collaboration & Communications and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). I would also add another one: Green IT. All of them comprise of techniques that have an impact on different industries as well as user behavior in the long term.

What are they, and how the enterprises can adopt them – in my short wrap-up below. Read more »

Towards LAMP 3 – MySQL vs Oracle

January 15, 2010 by Leave a comment 

Considering the database part of open source LAMP stack, in particular MySQL, we have to understand that the database is the most complex piece of software and is the most critical component of an enterprise. Remember, it holds the most valuable information– company data. If you, for example, lose the middleware you would probably be able to rebuild it from scratch. If you lose company data, do not ask me what is next. 🙂 Read more »

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