Five Minute Briefing - August 5, 2015
Oracle recently rolled out major updates to Oracle Identity Management to help organizations securely manage access to mobile, cloud, and on-premise applications. Jim Taylor, senior director, product management, Oracle, discussed how the data security landscape is being shaped by greater digitization, more demand for access from more devices, and the relentless reports of high-profile data breaches.
Following up on the April 2014 announcement of Solaris 11.2, a modern cloud platform including a full OpenStack distribution, Oracle now plans to integrate Docker into Oracle Solaris.
The Oracle Database In-Memory has been certified by SAP for use with SAP solutions based on the SAP NetWeaver 7.x technology platform. This move continues the longstanding collaboration between Oracle and SAP to enable SAP software to run together with Oracle technologies.
THINK ABOUT IT
Many recent reports point to the emerging role of the chief marketing officer as an organization's largest purchaser of technology, mainly intended to support analytics. However, data analytics is a team effort that requires insights from across the enterprise. While marketing departments may take the lead with applications, there is still a great deal of back-end work required to make it happen - data integration, storage and delivery. IT leaders will increasingly be called upon to make it all work as planned.
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