Oracle is spending a lot on its high-performance computing cloud services
Oracle is rolling out new offerings which should be very competitive to other cloud vendors. The new offering focusses on high performance cloud computing which is targeted towards customers who need high power for apps that deal with things like AI, video rendering or 3D visualization.
Oracle announces new cloud security tools
Two new services will help customers to secure their Oracle Cloud environment.
Oracle announced the general availability of two cloud security tools that are designed to help reduce the risk of data breaches caused by human error.
The new services, Oracle Cloud Guard and Maximum Security Zone...
Oracle introduces E3 instances based on AMD EPYC processors
Oracle has launched its new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute E3 platform. The platform is configured based on AMD 2nd EPYC processors and should provide users with more processing power for workloads.
The new E3 instances include bare metal and standard instances. These instances are based on...
Oracle acquires Zoom as cloud customer, defeats no one
Oracle announced today that it has acquired Zoom as a new major customer. The Oracle Cloud is now being used by Zoom as their infrastructure provider, which should ensure that people can have a smooth video conference 24 hours a day.
This article has been updated. Zoom contacted Techzine to info...
Oracle reports growth, mainly through cloud subscriptions
Oracle announced that it had the best quarterly results in nearly two years. The announcement resulted in a 3 percent increase in the value of Oracle shares.
Revenues increased by nearly 2 percent, to about 9.79 billion dollars, compared to a year ago. Profits fell slightly, to 2.57 billion doll...
Oracle expands next generation cloud in Europe
Enterprises increasingly look
to the public cloud for their applications and data. Oracle provides a complete
stack for this with its cloud environment. By opening more Generation 2 ('Gen 2') Cloud data centers, this will certainly help customers embrace the public cloud. Next stop is Amsterdam,