Oracle beefs up big data cloud platform

Staff writer
25 Nov 2015
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Oracle said it has simplified the process of unlocking business value from big data today with the launch of Oracle Cloud Platform for Big Data.

The platform is touted as uniquely positioned to enable customers to maximize the value of their data and accelerate time-to-insight.

The new services — Oracle Big Data Preparation Cloud Service, Oracle GoldenGate Cloud Service, Oracle Big Data Discovery Cloud Service and Oracle NoSQL Database Cloud Service — complement Oracle’s Big Data Cloud Service and Big Data SQL Cloud Service.

They form forming a comprehensive portfolio of solutions for big data in the cloud that enables customers to integrate, aggregate, prepare and discover real-time insights from any and all data sources.

“Big data is helping customers address critical areas — improving customer experience, reducing churn, streamlining operations and building Internet of Things applications. We’re already seeing it on-premises where our big data business is growing faster than the market as a whole,” Oracle president of Oracle Thomas Kurian.

“With Oracle’s new Cloud Platform for Big Data, we’re delivering on our promise to enable customers to take advantage of the same technologies on-premises and in the cloud and widening Oracle’s lead in cloud computing.”

Oracle is continuing to bring its on-premises big data portfolio to the cloud and the new services join the already available Oracle Big Data Cloud Service, which provides a high-performance, secure platform for running diverse workloads on Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark and NoSQL databases.

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