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Oracle Extends Enterprise Big Data Solutions

Says new technologies help integrate big data with enterprise computing, making big data insights a reality

Oracle has unveiled new big data solutions that simplify information access and discovery, enabling customers to quickly turn data into business value.

New offerings include Oracle Big Data Discovery, Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data, Oracle Big Data SQL 1.1 and Oracle NoSQL Database 3.2.5. These additions further Oracle’s vision to enable Hadoop, NoSQL, and SQL technologies to work together and be deployed securely in any model—whether public cloud, private cloud or an on-premises infrastructure announced the press release.

The release further stated that these Oracle solutions work seamlessly together to help companies exploit enterprise big data faster, at lower cost, and with less risk. They allow customers to securely reach across Hadoop, NoSQL and relational databases to easily and cost-effectively analyze massive and diverse data sets.

Dan Vesset, VP (Business Analytics Research), IDC, said, “IDC predicts that by 2017 unified data platform architecture will become the foundation of enterprise-wide big data and analytics strategy. The unification will occur across information management, analysis and search technology.”

“Data is a new kind of capital and enterprises must invest their data capital strategically to create the best return,” said Neil Mendelson, vice president of big data at Oracle. “Oracle gives customers an integrated platform that helps simplify access to all their data, discover new insights, predict outcomes in real time, and keep all their data governed and secure.”

Oracle’s new big data offerings are also designed to run seamlessly on the recently announced Oracle Big Data Appliance X5 and Oracle Exadata Database Machine X5. Together, these solutions deliver a complete, cost-effective platform to accessing, discovering, governing and securing big data.

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