Today, at Oracle's OpenWorld Conference in San Francisco, an animated Larry Ellison took to the stage to unveil an assortment of cloud computing services, which will run the company's long-time-in-coming (six years, in fact, Fusion Applications -- most notably the "Oracle Public Cloud". And, not one to miss an opportunity, Ellison made sure to take quite a few public jabs at Salesforce -- and vicariously, its CEO Marc Benioff -- whose keynote earlier in the day was cancelled due to "overwhelming attendance".
Earlier today, while delivering the Oracle OpenWorld Conference keynote speech in San Francisco, Larry Ellison announced the “Oracle Public Cloud.” Although several years ago Ellison mocked the idea of cloud computing, Oracle’s ann... Read Post
Oracle's cloud computing stance has evolved, to say the least, over the past few years. As the company preps for its annual Oracle OpenWorld mega-show in San Francisco next week, a huge question lingers: Does Oracle--and its CEO Lar... Read Post