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Why Oracle Still Engineers Its Own SPARC Chips

Cloud Leader, Week of July 4, 2016  |  Web View
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Editor's Note
Chris Murphy
The ’Software In Silicon’ Edge
In the cloud era, why does Oracle still pour so much talent and money into engineering its own microprocessors? “Our religion here is fairly straightforward: we want to build the best hardware products in the world,” said John Fowler, Oracle executive vice president of systems, at Oracle OpenWorld Latin America last week. Building the best means eliminating any barriers to performance and cost-effectiveness. Increasingly, many problems related to security, efficiency, and simplicity must be solved at the “software in silicon” level, Fowler explains in this article.

Oracle last week announced its new SPARC S7 processor, designed to bring Oracle’s most powerful microprocessor innovations to smaller, scale-out workloads at commodity prices. Companies can tap the SPARC S7’s innovations in three ways: as a cloud service running in Oracle’s data center; as an engineered system that bundles hardware, software, and networking (SPARC MiniCluster S7-2); and as SPARC S7-based servers. Read more on how SPARC S7 technology helps companies with both cloud and on-premises workloads.
—Chris Murphy, director of cloud content at Oracle
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Mark Hurd  
Hurd’s Cloud Vision: Oracle Builds Globally, Delivers Locally
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd kicked off Oracle OpenWorld Latin America by announcing that Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning Cloud is available in a version localized for Brazilian regulations and the Portuguese language. Such localizations are hard work, Hurd said, but they show Oracle’s commitment to Brazil and other national markets. “What’s important for us is to build globally but deliver locally,” Hurd told attendees, Read more.
Five Dos and Don’ts for Deploying HR Cloud Applications
Some 44 percent of companies already have moved at least some of their HR applications to the cloud, whereas another 30 percent plan to do so within the next three years. But “you can’t approach this piecemeal,” warns Jeff Haynes, director of human capital services at Baker Tilly. “If you’re not doing it from a big-picture perspective, you’ll miss the opportunity to transform the way HR supports the business.” Learn how to plot your move.
10 Signs It’s Time to Move Your ERP to the Cloud
How do you know if it’s time to move your enterprise resource planning (ERP) to the cloud? You may hear employees grumbling about the usability and mobility limitations of your legacy ERP system—or find yourself facing skyrocketing maintenance expenses or crushing costs of international expansion and growth plans. Learn more about the 10 signs to watch.
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How Telogis Overhauled Its Business
Harnessing technologies such as the Internet of Things, big data, and the cloud enables logistics leader Telogis to revolutionize how companies manage mobile assets—from truck fleets to heavy equipment—and the workforces operating them. But it’s not just technology driving the company’s double-digit growth: Telogis continuously learns about its customers to direct them toward new services. “It’s really part of the economics of the SaaS business model that if you can’t figure out how to retain and up-sell customers, the economics just don’t work,” explains CEO Dave Cozzens. Learn more.
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