Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the new Oracle MySQL HeatWave on AWS solution provides the single database platform that fulfills topmost customer transaction processing, analytics, and machine learning demands and delivers definitive price performance advantages over rival solutions including Redshift, Snowflake, BigQuery, and Synapse.
Oracle ‘s new Oracle Fusion Sales hopes to improve CRM processes for sales people with the help of automation and AI. Futurum’s Daniel Newman takes a look at the latest release and breaks it down to see if it will do just that.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores why Snowflake’s recent Unistore launch represents a notable divergence from the company’s portfolio development strategy of using a single, specialized platform to address the evolving data warehousing and analytics demands of customers, emulating the converged database portfolio development strategies of rivals such as Oracle who already offer market-proven transactional and analytical capabilities.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores the introduction of five new OCI security capabilities and why they address burgeoning organizational demand for strengthened threat detection and prevention of their cloud applications and data across cloud environments, boosts its cloud ecosystem credentials through the Palo Alto Networks alliance, and improves overall competitiveness against its major cloud service provider rivals.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer explores Oracle Cloud Fusion’s integration of Oracle Unity customer data into its Oracle Service application in an effort to provide customer service agents with a unified view of their customers and enable better customer experiences.
Futurum’s principal analyst Shelly Kramer covers the opening of Oracle Industry Lab with emphasis on Oracle’s cutting-edge technology partners and the innovative potential of immersive technology solutions for sustainability and productivity challenges.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss examines Oracle’s latest plans to offer all-new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure E4 Dense Compute Inferences powered by AMD EPYC processors for hybrid cloud users as Oracle expands its use of AMD EPYC CPUs beyond Oracle’s existing E3 and E4 compute instances.
Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the Oracle Exadata Cloud X9M debut can enable Oracle to defend and upgrade its vast X9M/X8M customer base through OLTP and Analytics performance and scale advances that maintain existing costs as well as create the differentiation needed to compel rivals such as AWS and Azure to take swift heed of Oracle’s latest cloud database portfolio development and marketing moves.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss describes how many U.S. technology companies are reacting to the growing military conflict in Ukraine following Russia’s recent invasion.
Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman explores the expanded partnership between Oracle and Red Bull Racing. He offers insights into the details of the partnership and how this will impact the future of Formula One.