Enterprise-Class Public Cloud

Chris Evans takes a look at what “enterprise-class” cloud computing would look like, which he heard about extensively from Oracle at Cloud Field Day earlier this year. Oracle’s Cloud Infrastructure provides a more managed environment than other public clouds, making it well suited for enterprises that can’t completely rewrite applications. For Chris, there is definitely a market for a cloud provider that doesn’t strictly take a hyperscaler approach.


CFD3 Prep Post: Oracle

Justin Warren is excited to be coming to Cloud Field Day. In this preview, he provides some background on Oracle, a seemingly surprising entrant at a cloud focused event. Justin outlines the recently changes in Oracle’s strategy, as well as key acquisitions, that have made the company one to watch in the cloud market.


Cloud Field Day 3 Preview: Oracle

Chris Evans is previewing the companies presenting at Cloud Field Day next month. Oracle will be there, and Chris is interested to learn more about what they are offering. Of particular interest is their Ravello acquisition, which enables easily porting applications running in vSphere to Oracle’s cloud platform.


Mitigating the risk of Cloud Lift & Shift

Keith Townsend isn’t a fan of straight cloud lift and shifts. But if you must, he outlines how VMware Cloud on AWS and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure can help mitigate some of the issues. Keith will get to see more from Oracle’s approach on this at Cloud Field Day next month.