Nov 2017 - IDC Perspective - Doc # US43176917
Highlights from Oracle OpenWorld 2017
By: Tom Austin, Henry D. Morris, Raymond BoggsProgram Vice President, Small and Medium Business Research, Philip CarterChief Analyst, Europe, Matthew EastwoodSenior Vice President, Enterprise, Datacenter, Cloud Infrastructure and Developers, Stephen ElliotProgram Vice President, Management Software and DevOps, Al GillenGroup Vice President, Software Development and Open Source, Douglas HaywardResearch Director, Worldwide Digital Strategy and Agency Services, Jeffrey HojloProgram Director, Product Innovation Strategies, Jordan JewellSenior Research Analyst, Digital Commerce and Enterprise Applications, Kimberly Knickle, Gard LittleResearch Director, Global Services Markets and Trends, Gerry MurrayResearch Director, Marketing and Sales Technology, Eric NewmarkProgram Vice President, Cloud, SaaS and Industry Cloud, Mickey North RizzaProgram Vice President, Enterprise Applications and Digital Commerce, Carl W. OlofsonResearch Vice President, Data Management Software, Lisa RowanResearch Vice President, HR, Talent, and Learning Strategies, David SchubmehlResearch Director, Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems, Michael Versace, Dan VessetGroup Vice President, Analytics and Information Management, Alan WebberResearch Director, Digital Strategy & Customer Experience
This IDC Perspective highlights the most important takeaways from Oracle OpenWorld 2017, including discussion around new product releases and future product road maps, contrasted with several maturing Oracle service lines.
Eric Newmark, program vice president of IDC's SaaS, Enterprise Applications, and Industry Cloud research practices, stated, "Oracle has invested more than $5.2 billion over the past year to optimize the security, speed, scalability, and cost of its integrated cloud stack (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS), and the fruits of that investment are helping Oracle solidify itself as a comprehensive cloud company. Looking forward, Oracle plans to slow its long-standing acquisition strategy and instead concentrate on organic growth via its cloud portfolio. The long list of new product releases and enhancements announced at OOW17 demonstrates the company's commitment to this strategy, and the many success stories shared by Oracle customers (AT&T, FedEx, Carbon, J&J, etc.) at OOW17 helped provide testament to the headway Oracle has made."
Agile Application Life-Cycle, Quality and Portfolio Strategies , Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems , Customer Experience , Data as a Service , DevOps Solutions: Software, Infrastructure and Transformation , Developer Demographics, Communities and Skills , Digital Commerce , Digital Strategy Consulting and Agency Services , Digital Transformation: The Professional Services Opportunity , Enterprise Applications , Enterprise System Management Software , European Big Data and Analytics , European DevOps, Developers and Cloud Platform Strategies , European Digital Transformation Strategies , European Enterprise Applications , European Platform as a Service Ecosystem , HR, Talent and Learning Strategies and Services , IDC Manufacturing Insights: IT Priorities and Strategies , IDC Manufacturing Insights: Product Innovation Strategies , Industry Clouds By Vertical , Infrastructure as a Service Overview , Open Source Ecosystem , PaaS: Cloud App Platforms and Developer Services , Platform as a Service Overview , SaaS and Cloud Software , Security Solutions: Security in the Cloud , Small and Medium Business Markets
Analytic applications, App stores, Big data analytics and discovery, Blockchain, Cognitive/artificial intelligence, Databases, DevOps, IT consulting services, Infrastructure as a service, Platform as a service, Software as a service, Supply chain management applications, Technology buyer