The Oracle OpenWorld 2015 conference in the last week of October 2015 was full to the brim with announcements, demonstrations, brainstorms, roadmaps, visions and other Oracle technology related activities. The main theme clearly was the cloud. Every other session revolved around the cloud and virtually every Oracle product is headed for the cloud – or is already there. Additionally, a number of cloud services is developed from the ground up – inspired perhaps by existing products but implemented afresh.
In a series of blog articles, AMIS has reported on OOW 2015 and the most relevant announcements. These articles paint a fairly complete picture of status and near future in all areas of IaaS and PaaS and their on premises counterparts.
- Announcements, Key Terminology and Roadmaps
- Infrastructure as a Service – and as a Product – on Compute, Linux, Private Cloud Machine, Storage, Network and more
- PaaS Foundation (WebLogic, Coherence, JCS and Application Container Cloud Service)
- Data Management (Database)
- Application Development
- Mobility and Internet of Things
- Content & Process (or Collaboration & Engagement)
- Business Analytics (Big Data, GoldenGate, OBI (EE), ODI, NoSQL)
- Identity Management (IAM, OIM, OAM and primarily: IDCS)
- IT Operations & Management
- Reflections after JavaOne 2015 – the platform (SE, ME, EE) and the community (me, you and us)
- MySQL 5.7 – more of a database than you might have guessed
- Visualizations are far more than a pretty face on the cloud – highlights from Oracle OpenWorld 2015
- Declarative Web User Interface Development by the Citizen Developer – Introducing the Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service