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Dairy innovator a2 Milk unifies global ops | Internships for veterans

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Week of July 26, 2021

An Australian dairy nutrition company unifies global operations with help from Oracle Cloud. Get an introduction to Kubernetes. How Oracle supports veterans. Also: Oracle offers an anomaly detection service proven in nuclear plants and the NASA space shuttle.
“We’ve now got all data coming together in a single source, which means we can get information globally quickly—any information. We never had that before.”
Race Strauss, CFO, a2 Milk Company
The milky way
The milky way
The a2 Milk Company, a US$850 million Australian dairy nutrition business, replaced its mix-and-match back-end software with Oracle Cloud applications, helping the company operate as a unified global business.
Kubernetes basics
Read an excerpt from Learn Kubernetes in a Month of Lunches, by Elton Stoneman, to get a gentle introduction to Kubernetes, a fundamental technology for building and running cloud native applications you can deploy anywhere.
4 tips
4 tips for CFOs
Finance leaders need to take a “when” not “if” mindset to technologies—such as blockchain, data analytics, robotics, and more—or they’ll be left behind, says Scott Spiegel, CFO of the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants. Read more tips from Spiegel and hear from him on the General Ledger podcast.
Veteran transition
Veteran transition
The Oracle Veteran Internship Program provides United States military veterans and their families with a 12-week program, held twice annually, to help with their next mission: civilian careers.
Diagnostic roots
Diagnostic roots
The new AI-based Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Anomaly Detection Service is a powerful diagnostic tool with roots going back 21 years in technology used in nuclear power plants, the NASA space shuttle, Disney theme park rides, and jet engines.
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Cisco succeeds
Cisco uses Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to boost performance 60X and reduce costs by 90% for its Tetration SaaS application, says Navindra Yadav, founder of Cisco Tetration.
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