The news from Oracle OpenWorld 2016 is plentiful this week, as Oracle Executive Chairman and CTO, Larry Ellison showcased new Oracle innovations in his opening keynote presentation at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, in San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
Ellison introduced, Oracle Database 12c Release 2, as well as more than 20 new Oracle Cloud Platform and application services that extend selection and access for customers.
Innovations across the Oracle portfolio include Oracle’s new Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) based on Oracle Database 12c Release 2, a cloud first technology aimed at providing businesses with access to the world’s fastest, scalable and reliable database technology in a cost-effective and flexible Cloud environment. From the company:
“Oracle Database 12c Release 2 is fully compatible from entry-level to the largest database workloads and enables businesses to take advantage of on-premise-grade capabilities to run database development.”
Oracle’s new enhancements and cloud platform offerings include tools for all application development models; like simplified migration and extension of enterprise workloads in the Cloud, tools for Cloud native, and low-code development.
A few of Oracle’s 19 cloud service, PaaS enhancements include:
Container Cloud Service
Oracle Identity Cloud Service
Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service
Big Data Cloud Services
Oracle Analytics Cloud Services
With today’s announcements, Thomas Kurian, president of Oracle product development explained the importance of the new offerings:
“Oracle Cloud Platform enables developers, IT, and line of business leaders to easily leverage the Cloud for any workload. Oracle Cloud Platform offers an integrated offering across IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS, because that’s what the enterprise customer demands. Oracle makes it easy to run our open standards based Platform as a Service in the public cloud with high performance and availability.”
For more about Oracle OpenWorld product releases, check out the live stream of the conference now!