Five Minute Briefing - June 3, 2015
Data integration requirements are growing more demanding. In today's computing environments, data must often be moved between on-premises systems and public clouds, between private and public clouds, between different hybrid clouds, or between different public clouds. A new report based on a survey conducted by Unisphere Research among 342 IOUG members looks at the current state of data integration in the cloud era, including the key issues, priorities and solutions being adopted by organizations. The "2015 IOUG Data Integration for Cloud Survey" was sponsored by Oracle.
Oracle has introduced Oracle Documaker Mobile, a new product that enables businesses to produce the same content for print and for mobile delivery. This new offering enables businesses to use content and business rules created for paper-style output in new device responsive documents designed for delivery to mobile devices.
To help developers use APIs to build new applications and extend existing ones to reach new customers and new markets, Oracle has introduced its enhanced API Management portfolio with Oracle API Catalog and Oracle API Manager.
THINK ABOUT IT
Today, it's not enough for companies to collect as much data as possible in the hope of gleaning insight. Much of this information is useless and only serves to bog down corporate networks. Instead, companies need to focus on data integration and the ability to make the right data available to the right users, regardless of origin or platform. Here are 6 technologies to improve data integration.
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