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Oracle Development Head Showcases the Company’s Complete, Open and Integrated Software Portfolio


Keynote Address Outlines Customer Benefits and Unique Value Derived from Tight Integration of Company’s Applications, Middleware, Database, and Infrastructure & Management Software
Oracle OpenWorld 2009, San Francisco, Calif.- During a keynote presentation at Oracle® OpenWorld 2009 in San Francisco, Thomas Kurian, executive vice president, Oracle Product Development, showcased Oracle customer case studies and product demonstrations and outlined the value customers can expect to receive from the tight integration of the company’s Applications, Middleware, Database, and Infrastructure & Management software.
Presentation highlights included the following Six Key Areas of Integration:
User Experience - Customers need a unified, modern multi-channel user experience to address fragmented customer facing and marketing systems, fragmented order capture and transaction systems, and outdated e-commerce and collaboration infrastructures. (Products highlighted in today’s demo include: Oracle’s Siebel CRM, Oracle® Application Development Framework (ADF), Oracle WebCenter Suite, Oracle Enterprise Content Management, Oracle Spatial.)
Business Process Management - Customers need packaged and adaptable business processes to tightly integrate order capture and supply chain, correlate inventory and demand patterns, and create the ability to respond to fluctuations in business. (Products highlighted in today’s demo include: Oracle’s Siebel CRM, Oracle Application Integration Architecture, Oracle Fusion Middleware Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle E-Business Suite.)
Business Intelligence - Customers want packaged Business Intelligence applications with a high-performance data warehouse that provide operational intelligence across systems and functions that help users move from insight to action, and a high-performance data warehouse that allows drill-to-detail on transactions. (Products highlighted in today’s demo include: Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, Oracle Essbase and Hyperion Planning, Sun Oracle Database Machine, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle’s Siebel CRM, Oracle Fusion Middleware SOA Suite.)
Security - Customers need to implement and monitor process controls and security to add transaction controls governing business processes, centralize identity provisioning and management, and protect critical data from super-users. (Products highlighted in today’s demo include Oracle E-Business, Oracle Database Vault, Oracle Governance, Risk and Compliance Suite, Oracle Identity Management.)
Scalability & High Availability - Customers need scalability and maximum availability on low cost grids for when demand fluctuations drive elastic compute capacity; downtime costs drive a maximum availability architecture, and when budget constraints drive commodity hardware. (Products highlighted in today’s demo include: Oracle’s Siebel CRM, Oracle Application Grid, Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle Active Data Guard.)
Operational Management - Customers want integrated management of business applications, database, middleware and infrastructure to ease the monitoring of real end user experience, simplify the correlation of business and system monitoring, and help make it easier to identify and resolve “stack-related” problems. (Products highlighted in today’s demo include: Oracle Real User Insight, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle Real Application Testing, Oracle Advanced Compression.)
Other Highlights Include:
Oracle has the world’s best intellectual property, most complete end-to-end industry solutions
Oracle is the best-of-breed leader in key market sectors
Oracle delivers excellence in execution with more than:
190 New Oracle products introduced
50 Software major releases
17,650 New software features
80 Million total hours of quality assurance
2,000 Software patents
6.1 million software downloads
Supporting Quote
“The biggest request we receive from customers is to help them simplify their IT infrastructure; yet they don’t want to compromise on functionality,” said Kurian. “Our strategy is to provide a complete, open and integrated product stack that has best-of-breed functionality. This strategy can help customers significantly reduce IT costs, strengthen security, and increase performance and reliability while providing organizational agility.”


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