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Oracle free Cloud Demo Services & Community Update - PaaS Partner Community Webcast – December 15th 2017

Attend our December edition of the PaaS Partner Community Webcast live on December 15th 2017 at 16:30 CET. In the webcast I will give an update on free Cloud Demo Services & the latest Community announcements. 324 more words


Get Started with Oracle Integration Cloud Services- Introduction (1/4) by Pulkit Mathur

Recently, I got the chance to work with a limited-time trial of Integration Cloud Services provided by Oracle. This is a blog to help you get started on understanding what Integration Cloud Services is about. 288 more words


API Cloud Platform Service Tutorials

Implementing APIs in Oracle API Platform Cloud Service

Learn how to implement APIs in Oracle API Platform Cloud Service, by adding the API Request and Service Request endpoints to the managed API. 357 more words


PaaS free trial accounts ICS, SOA CS, API CS, PCS, IoT and PaaS for SaaS

As part of our communities we do offer free PaaS accounts (only for partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa. In case you are not part of EMEA please… 176 more words


OOW17 - Cloud is driving IT transformation and Oracle innovation by: Eric Bezille


Today was again a very fully packed day at Oracle Open World. Starting with Mark Hurd, providing the vision of Oracle CEO on the global market and how Enterprises are forced to re-invent themselves or to face disintermediation, due to new comers leveraging the technologies to their benefits: doing the same thing but differently. 314 more words


Blockchain announcement by Joost Volker

Oracle’s announcement of the new Blockchain Cloud Service at OOW17 was very well received by our customers, partners and analysts. This came shortly after the August announcement that Oracle has joined the Hyperledger project, which provided clear directions that Oracle embarks on open source collaboration, modular architecture, horizontal/cross-industry technology support, and support for enterprise needs. 338 more words