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Oracle Touts Cloud Option For On-Premises Apps
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ChrisMurphy
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9/24/2013 | 9:56:37 PM
re: Oracle Touts Cloud Option For On-Premises Apps
You get the sense that the bar is really high at many companies for bringing in any big new software platform on-premises. Is there no cloud option, is there a data security/control concern, is there a tough integration challenge that cloud can't overcome? An advocate for a new on-premises options is going to face a lot of questions.
D. Henschen
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9/24/2013 | 4:01:04 PM
re: Oracle Touts Cloud Option For On-Premises Apps
One "oh by the way" here at OOW 2013: Many Oracle apps have yet to be certified to run on Oracle Database 12c. In fact, Fusion cloud apps aren't yet running on 12c.The 12c in-memory option touted here Sunday night won't be released until some time in calendar year 2014. The realities of deployment are much slower than the speed of announcemens.


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