9:06 a.m. PDT: Oracle releases the Oracle Network Applications Platform, an industry-specific engineered system for managing the network workload for development and deployment of communications services and applications. This solution features an integrated technology stack, support for seven 9s service availability and enterprise grade clustering, and combines a host of Oracle technology, including their VM and Enterprise Manager.
9:48 a.m.: Oracle unveils Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine, the fourth generation of its Exadata database machines. A combination of scale-out servers and storage, PCI flash and smart memory caching, this release automatically moves active data to Flash and RAM drives, where hundreds of terabytes of compressed user data can be stored. This release features four times the Flash memory capacity of the previous generation and 40 percent faster response times.
Oracle announces a waste management solution for its E-Business Suite. Combining Oracle Transportation Management and Oracle Global Trade management, this solution allows customers to view in-transit inventory across the extended supply chain, provides a single repository for compliance-related information, and enables companies to recover, reuse and recycle products and parts.
11:30 a.m.: Oracle SVP of Database Server Technologies Andy Mendelsohn Andy Mendelsohn talking about pluggable databases updated in release 12C. It’s existing stackable Oracle technology formerly called “hot pluggable” and now a take on private cloud via conventional middleware and load balancing software. Thomas Kurian, speaking tomorrow (Tuesday, 10/02 at 8:00 a.m. PDT) and later, Larry Ellison, are expected to elaborate on the cloud themes.
October 2, 2012
9:11am PDT: Oracle announces Oracle Identity Governance Suite, which is part of Oracle Identity management 11g Release 2. Features of the solution include closed loop remediation, enhanced regulatory compliance and a customizable user interface.
Oracle unveils the latest version of Oracle Business Intelligence, a component of Oracle Business Analytics. Features include expanded mobility and intuitive visualization capabilities, as well as increased scalability.
Oracle releases Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine, its engineered system featuring in-memory BI software and hardware for analytic and performance management applications. This solution features Oracle’s Sun Fire server with 1 terabyte of Ram, powered by the Intel Xeon processor E7-4800 with a total of 40 processing cores.
Attunity announces the release of Attunity Replicate for Exadata, a data replication solution designed for loading big data in and out of Oracle Exadata. This solution features automatic schema generation and implementation of metadata changes on the target, transparent data type transformation between source and target, and support for a various data sources, including relational databases and legacy systems.
12:23pm: Oracle releases Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud X3-2, the second hardware generation of its engineered system for running business applications. This update supports up to a 60x ncrease in application deployment density and up to a 95% reduction in application deployment time.
Oracle introduces three mobile apps: Oracle’s PeopleSoft Mobile Expenses, Oracle’s PeopleSoft Mobile Approvals and Oracle’s PeopleSoft Mobile Company Directory. These applications employ HTML5 and CSS3, do not require downloads and are available with the current PeopleSoft 9.1.
October 3, 2012
10:29am: During Oracle CEO Larry Ellison’s keynote, he announced the Oracle Social Relationship Management Suite. This integrated enterprise service enables companies to listen, engage, create, market and analyze interactions across multiple social platforms in real time. The suite is integrated with Oracle Fusion Marketing, Oracle Fusion Sales Catalog, Oracle ATG Web Commerce and Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning.