Posts Tagged ‘Application Infrastructure’

Oracle BICS and Cloud (Fusion) Apps Integration Architecture

In my last post, I described the methods of reporting from Oracle Cloud (Fusion) Apps.  In that post I illustrated the advantage of using BICS and Data Sync to provide a true Enterprise Data Warehouse due to its abilities to integrate data from all our your cloud, relational, big data and flat file sources.  This […]

Is Hybrid Cloud the Real Story at OpenWorld?

“Hybrid cloud is our foundation and focus.” – Oracle SVP Steve Daheb After keynotes from Larry Ellison and Mark Hurd, there’s no doubt that Oracle is confident about its future not just as a leader in the cloud space, but as THE leader. They unveiled a long list of product launches and upgrades. But a […]

Intel Data Center Strategies at Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich defined four areas of focus for their enterprise data center efforts.  These are important areas for Oracle and Intel to get ahead of the market because of the exploding cloud and data landscape. Make it Easy The cloud will deliver great benefits, but why is it taking so long to transition […]

Survey Results: Innovation, Agility, and the Cloud

“The Future ain’t What It Used to be.” – Yogi Berra 70% of all computing workloads will take place in the cloud by 2025, according to Oracle CEO Mark Hurd, who was speaking at a CFO Summit in Paris earlier this week. Cloud computing, he said, represents “a more material change for this industry than […]

Configuring AWS Route 53 for WebCenter

This is the third and final post in a series related to the implementation of Oracle WebCenter in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. In the first two I covered the setup of a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Instances that reside in it. In this post, I’ll cover the […]

Configuring Amazon EC2 for WebCenter

This post is the second in a series of three related to the implementation of Oracle WebCenter in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. In the first post, I covered the steps for configuring the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). In this post, I’ll cover the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).

Configuring the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) for WebCenter

In a post last year, I provided an overview of an approach for implementing Oracle WebCenter in Amazon Web Services. I’ve decided to provide a bit more detail in the form of a three-part series covering the configuration of the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), and Route 53. In this […]

Implementing Oracle WebCenter in Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Oracle WebCenter is the center of engagement for business. It is a suite of tools (WebCenter Portal, Content, and Sites) that helps people work together more efficiently through contextual collaboration tools that optimize connections between people, information, and applications and ensures users have access to the right information in the context of the business process […]

Databases & hardware: Hot topics at OpenWorld – #OOW13

60,000 people will convene to watch 3,600 partners and customers speak in sessions at Oracle OpenWorld this week. Oracle’s rockstar, chief executive Larry Ellison, kicked off Oracle OpenWorld on Sunday evening, highlighting a shift to “in-memory technology to speed up by as much as 100 times the databases that are the foundation of the company’s business.” Ellison presented: […]

Oracle and Salesforce.com Announce New Strategic Partnership

Today Oracle and Salesforce.com unveiled the forging of a new partnership that will align their cloud operations and provide customers flexible application integrations and rapid low-cost implementations. Both Companies Agree to Integrate Salesforce.com and Oracle Clouds From Oracle OPN Press Release, Redwood Shores, Calif. – June 25, 2013   Salesforce.com [NYSE:CRM] and Oracle [NASDAQ:ORCL] announced today a comprehensive […]

Jim Bindon speaks about patient portals at HIMSS13

Jim Bindon is responsible for the strategic direction and growth of all of Avnet’s vertical industries, which includes Healthcare, Government, Finance, Retail, and Energy. His career in healthcare began over 30 years ago as a Director of Radiology followed by 17 years working for the Health Sciences Division of Eastman Kodak. Jim recently spoke to […]