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Public cloud services market saw huge growth in 2020 — IDC
Despite the overall growth in the market, not all managed services grew as much as others — IaaS and PaaS services in particular grew much faster.
Oracle Cloud selected to provide infrastructure for Premier League football
The league is deploying Oracle’s cloud, analytics and machine learning technologies to power in-match statistics that complement live action on the pitch.
Oracle Analytics Cloud announces new AI-based workflow
Oracle has announced a new Analytics Cloud workflow using AI-based technology.
COVID-19 hasn't dampened A/NZ entrepreneurial spirit, study finds
“Entrepreneurs are the engine-room of the business ecosystem and are vital for a healthy economy here in Australia, New Zealand and across APAC."
DXC Technology to drive digital transformation for Queensland-based company
Under an agreement, DXC will deliver a comprehensive end-to-end cloud solution with the aim of transforming business operations, driving innovation and growth, and building a future-proof organisation.
Oracle integrates ServiceNow into its cloud infrastructure
Oracle has announced the integration of ServiceNow into its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Rimini Street signs marketplace agreement with New Zealand Govt
“This new agreement will provide more choice for New Zealand government agencies by enabling a more streamlined procurement process for critical enterprise software services, while also helping them optimise their IT spend.”
Spark appoints Oracle veteran Heather Graham as CEO of its cloud business
Graham will begin her role at the end of March, after a stint in managed isolation following a relocation from Austin, Texas.
Oracle releases APEX platform as a service
The low-code app development platform is now available as a standalone managed cloud service.
Oracle releases new version of converged database
GCloud VMware Engine available in Sydney cloud region
Businesses in the A/NZ region can deploy Google Cloud VMware Engine closer to their operations and unlock new growth opportunities.
Oracle rolls out anti-money laundering services for banks
Oracle Financial Crime and Compliance Management Cloud Services is an application suite designed for mid-sized banks and smaller financial institutions.
Oracle named ‘Leader’ in IDC cloud data analytics MarketScape
The company was recognised for the ability to accelerate customers’ movement to a cloud data analytic platform and bring data together into a trusted source.
Oracle empowers cloud database users with latest release
Oracle has released the new generation of Oracle Exadata Cloud Service, now based on the Exadata X8M platform. The new offering is available this month on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Oracle launches supply chain finance solution, supports enterprises in time of need
"With Oracle Banking Supply Chain's fully digitised processing and real-time analytics, banks can help corporates further optimise working capital and liquidity in their supply chains."
Workers want robots, not people, to help manage COVID-19 stress - study
Employees want help and are turning to technology over people.
Megaport extends Oracle Cloud interconnect services
Megaport now operates 17 FastConnect onramps, including recent additions in Melbourne, Osaka, San Jose, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, and Zurich.
Commvault appoints ex-Oracle exec as new A/NZ sales leader
David Rajkovic heads to Commvault after three years as a sales leader for Oracle.
Oracle recognised in Forrester A/NZ Cloud report
Named a ‘Strong Performer’ in the Public Cloud Development and Infrastructure Platforms, Australia/New Zealand Forrester Wave.
Oracle updates Blockchain Platform Cloud Service
According to Oracle, the new release reflects customers’ growing needs for resilience and high availability, scale-up and scale-out to handle growing workloads.
Oracle launches second Gen 2 Cloud region in India
“A large number of Indian organisations are looking to change growth orbits with greater focus on cloud-led innovation," states Oracle.
Oracle combines cloud automation with comms security in new solution
The Oracle Communications Security Shield (OCSS) Cloud is built on the company’s cloud infrastructure, and uses AI and real-time enforcement to combat the heightened risk of infrastructure attacks presented to contact centres and enterprises.
New report praises Oracle’s multi-cloud capabilities
“Omdia believes that Oracle … is increasingly becoming an influential enterprise-class cloud provider,” the report states.
Oracle launches Gen 2 Cloud data center in South Korea
The Chuncheon data center brings Oracle one step closer to achieving its goal of launching 36 Gen 2 Cloud data centers by the end of 2020.