Cloud Computing is an emerging trend for the delivery of software and hardware as services via the Internet. Oracle offers customers many choices to run business software in both private and public clouds.
Oracle's cloud offerings include a rich portfolio of On Demand applications providing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) as well as hosted and managed alternatives to on-premise deployment.
For developers at SaaS independent software vendor (ISVs) and within enterprises, Oracle also enables cloud computing by providing the Oracle Platform for SaaS to deploy applications as SaaS offerings or private clouds. Grid Computing is the basis for the Oracle Platform for SaaS and provides cost-effective and highly scalable and available software infrastructure for both public and private clouds.
Oracle also enables enterprises to deploy Oracle technologies in public clouds like the Amazon Web Services environment.
Reading the MAGS: Understanding the Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and Salesforce platforms
Featuring Robert Schneider
Selecting a platform for infrastructure and/or application development can be daunting: there are many choices, and each vendor has taken a different approach to solving challenges such as elasticity, computation, storage, reliability, and security. To make matters even more confusing, these...cloud elasticity computation storage security
OpenSplice DDS: The High Performance Messaging for the Cloud
Featuring Angelo Corsaro
When firms are considering deploying high performance distributed applications, such as trading, scientific computing on the cloud, they will need to provide for the required level of scalability, latency and throughput, whilst ensuring the technologies to achieve this can be easily accessed from...opensplice cloud data-caching
Quick and Dirty Parallel Processing on the Cloud
Featuring Daniel Sikar
Quick and dirty parallel processing on the cloud. Daniel Sikar will demonstrate Hadoop MapReduce on Amazon EC2 and S3.
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Situation normal everything must change
Featuring Simon Wardley
In today’s computing world, it can often feel like we are drowning in wave after wave of new trends. This sea of concepts are simply the evolution of our industry from a product to a service based economy. We will examine the evolution of technology and why cloud is happening now, as well as the...cloud
Looking at the clouds through dirty Windows
Featuring Eric Nelson
Many developers assume that the Microsoft Windows Azure Platform for Cloud Computing is only relevant if you develop solutions using Microsoft Visual Studio and the .NET Framework. The reality is somewhat different. In this talk we will take a lap around the services offered by the Azure PaaS and...azure cloud .net
Use cases for cloud messaging
Featuring Alexis Richardson
In this talk, Alexis presented use cases for cloud messaging. What is messaging and why it is useful for cloud computing? This talk will answer these questions by way of illustrating use cases from RabbitMQ customers.cloud
Betting on Data Grids
Featuring Dave Felcey
Dave Felcey from Oracle gave an overview of Oracle Coherence and related technologies, like JRockit Real-Time JVM and discussed how they are being used to address some of the challenges their gaming customers face.oracle-coherence jrockit grid