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AI and Cloud Infrastructure Show Greatest Jump in Investment Priorities in 2022
After a relatively slow burn in recent years, more companies are now embracing artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and projects, as shown in our annual Technology Trends survey. In the survey, AI showed impressive gains in both adoption and investment rates, compared to our survey in 2021. This Research Byte provides a look at the AI adoption and customer experience profile, as well as an overview of our full study, Technology Trends 2022.
Enabling Multi-Cloud Optimization, Innovation and Scale through FinOps in Partnership with HCL (Canada)
In today’s cloud-first world, businesses are struggling to catch up to the variable nature of cloud spending. While Multi-Cloud —with its scalability and flexibility—is a great enabler of innovation and digital transformation – it brings in a whole new set of management challenges. Operational teams can procure new cloud services without visibility into services already underutilized. Or they can forget to take down services when they are no longer needed. As a result, cloud spending can spiral out of control, and organizations can fail to realize the cost savings promised from the cloud model.
Supply-Chain Veteran Helps Fine-Tune Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Oracle is playing catch-up with the biggest cloud-infrastructure players, but recently it has seen more companies embracing its second-generation Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). One is supply-chain software provider Manhattan Associates, which is pushing Oracle to build out critical features of OCI for Manhattan's most demanding workloads. In this Research Byte, we look at how Manhattan is using OCI and the benefits and challenges for Oracle.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Helps Scale New BPO Provider
To compete with the cloud giants, Oracle needs to go beyond existing Oracle customers simply lifting and shifting on-premises workloads to its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). It needs independent software vendors (ISVs) and service providers to build their businesses on OCI. One such service provider is OceanX, which offers an all-in-one subscription commerce platform.