ORACLE Data Fabric Software

  • California, USA
  • 1977
  • $10BN to $50BN
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Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, North America
Company Overview
Oracle Data Fabric solution offers scaling applications dynamically and linearly for reliable delivery and predictable cost of real-time customer experiences. The company offers a data grid, called Coherence, which collaborates data virtualization, transparent and distributed EIS integration, uniform accessibility, and queryability to deliver data fabric. It allows continuous data availability and transactional integrity across the most demanding multi-data center deployments. It also provides the capabilities of multi-data center to provide global constant data for fast and automated retrieval of planned or unplanned outage. Furthermore, the solution provides a host of other features including real-time application processing using parallel query, analyses aggregation, and live event and parallel transaction processing.

Oracle Coherence dynamically divides data across all data grid nodes. The capacity of the data grid is linearly proportional to the number of data grid nodes as each data grid node possesses a configurable maximum amount of data that it will handle. It also maintains a customizable level of redundancy of data, automatically cutting out single points of failure (SPOFs) by assuring that data is kept synchronously up-to-date in multiple data grid nodes.

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ORACLE CORPORATION Presence in Data Fabric Software
Oracle offers a varied product and service portfolio and is well positioned to deliver value to its clients, focused on specific markets and industries. The company is focusing on investments and innovations with respect to its products and services, which are being offered through its cloud, software, and hardware and services businesses. Oracle has been investing in R&D to improve its product portfolio; in 2016, the company spent 15.7% of its revenue on R&D. The company adopts more organic strategies that focus mainly on new product launches. For instance, in April 2017, the company launched a new server, namely, SPARC M12, collaborating with Fujitsu Limited. It provides the world’s highest per CPU core performance in arithmetic processing. The companies together provide unique security and scalability features of the Oracle Solaris operating system. Similarly, in October 2015, Oracle launched Coherence 12.2.1, an additional version of coherence 12cR2. It will help users and developers to improve their productivity, ease access to multi-datacenters, enhance security level, and lower the cost for small and medium-sized deployments.
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