The whole idea of new technologies and trends like Big Data, Cloud and also internet of things is to help enterprises focus more on fast, innovative ways to satisfy their customers, increase their performance, income and become more innovation making the enterprise a leader in their niche. All of these can only be achieved if these new technologies can be easily adopted, has increased and enhanced performances, with compelling attributes and provide the needed security. This is what Oracle is set to deliver. With great leadership from Oracle like never before, innovative products and strong partnership with Intel, Oracle is positioned to lead in the Big Data and Cloud ecosystem ahead of IBM.
With over 60,000 participants from 141 countries,2,508 sessions across 18 venues, impacting the Bay area of San Francisco with over $128m,the social media and digital content interaction of over 13.4m,the Oracle Open world 2015 is one of the biggest tech conferences focused at modern tech trends like the big Data, Cloud and also the internet of Things. The conference which started yesterday is set to empower enterprises to make them focus on innovation and satisfying their customers. Defining a new source of Competition advantage in the enterprise industry through transformation.
With the leadership and experience of Larry Ellison, Mark Hurd, Safra Catz and many others at oracle and a long term partnership with Intel, Oracle is yet positioned like never before to lead in the Big Data, Cloud and Engineered systems and technologies around the world. All of these are centred on making these new trends in technology easy to adopt and use, enhanced performance that leads to increase productivity, compelling advantages and in a secured environment.
Announcing some of the latest Big Data and Cloud solutions to boost enterprise development,Oracle and Intel yesterday announced the Project Apollo and Exa Your Power which will reduce complexity, increase performance, yield predictable results for Data centers and businesses around the world. And this according to Larry Ellison clearly puts Oracle ahead of companies like IBM.