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The see-saw effect: tackling complexity with connectivity

As we approach the new decade, business agility is more crucial than ever. Innovation is constant and customer expectations are constantly evolving.  Businesses simply must adapt if they are to survive. A recent study by Oracle and The Confederation of British Industry highlighted just how unrelenting this change is, with half of the largest FTSE100 companies disappearing from the index since 2009. Many businesses are struggling because they are stifled by complex and disjointed back-office systems, which put the brakes on their ability to innovate.


Oracle OpenWorld 2019: Oracle and VMware announce hybrid cloud partnership, new free Oracle cloud tier for devs

Oracle and VMware have announced a new partnership that will see Oracle’s public cloud integrate with VMware’s data centre infrastructure.

The announcement, made at the company’s annual OpenWorld user conference in San Fransisco, is the latest in a raft of deals VMware has struck with public cloud providers as it seeks to solidify its infrastructure, which is ubiquitous in data centres, as a lynchpin for hybrid cloud environments.


Oracle and Microsoft bring multi-cloud interconnection to London

UK companies using Oracle and Microsoft Azure clouds are about to benefit from a huge boost in performance after the two companies announced they are bringing their multi-cloud partnership to the capital. 

The companies said that London customers will be able to connect their Azure and Oracle infrastructure as they announced further support for their multi-cloud service across the world.


Google Cloud to deliver managed Oracle data centre service with Atos

New offering will be available in the second half of 2019  Google is expanding two of its data centres in Germany and North America in order to provide its cloud customers with local access to managed, cloud-based versions of Oracle database services. Google is partnering with technology partner Atos on the expansions, equipping the facilities… Read More


Microsoft and Oracle are connecting their clouds

Organizations can now seamlessly connect Azure services to Oracle Cloud services Microsoft and Oracle have announced a new cloud partnership that will see Azure and Oracle Cloud interconnect, enabling users of both platforms to migrate data and workloads between the two. Aside from direct connectivity, the partnership includes identity and access management interoperability, enabling users… Read More



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