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Oracle Cloud Solutions

As a long established vendor of enterprise software based on open standards, Oracle has solutions and services for every layer of the Cloud stack including Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service and Software as a Service.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Oracle provides a set of integrated, subscription-based infrastructure services that enable businesses to run any workload in an enterprise-grade cloud which is managed, hosted and supported by Oracle. The IaaS solutions from Oracle cover compute, storage and network requirements as well as access to their high performance Cloud Machine.

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Oracle PaaS helps IT and ISV developers build or extend Oracle Cloud SaaS applications and deploy them in the Cloud using Oracle's industry leading database and application server. The various PaaS components are listed below, together with some of the on-demand services they provide:

  • Data Management (database, backup, Big Data, NoSQL, data prep)
  • Development (Java, mobile, messaging, containers, app builder, API catalogue)
  • Integration (integration, SOA, GoldenGate, Internet-of-Things)
  • Cloud Management (log analytics, app performance monitoring)
  • Content and Process (document management, processes, sites, social)
  • BI (Big Data, visualisation, IoT)
Software as a Service (SaaS)

Oracle has a broad range of applications that can be run on-premises, in the Cloud or in hybrid environments. The SaaS solutions are summarised below together with an indication of the tasks they address (Developers can customise these using Oracle PaaS):

  • Customer Experience (sales, marketing, quote system, customer data, commerce, sales performance)
  • Human Capital Management
  • ERP (financials, reporting, procurement, project / risk management)
  • Supply Chain (inventory, procurement, logistics, product lifecycle, orders, planning)
  • Enterprise Performance (planning, budgets, financials)
  • Analytics (to support all the above)
  • Social (networking, marketing, engagement, monitoring)
  • Consumer data (DaaS, analytics)