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Oracle Unveils A Multitude Of Cloud Database Services

In Oracle OpenWorld keynote, president Thomas Kurian launches numerous big data, analytic, and data management services in the Oracle Cloud.
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Gebildete
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10/29/2015 | 8:19:27 AM
the Oracle Cloud
I mean the Oracle cloud is very huge and I can hardly understand how much it's bigger than Konstruktor. How do the managers organize all the processes there?
Charlie Babcock
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10/28/2015 | 3:07:09 PM
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