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· Oracle’s Chief Architect: Why First-Gen Clouds Don’t Cut It If you want better security and lower costs, it’s time to consider cloud providers that have moved their data centers to a second-generation architecture. “Gen 1 clouds are not secure enough, and they require too much labor,” explained Edward Screven, Oracle’s chief corporate architect, during his keynote session at the recent Oracle Cloud Day in New York. The other big reason.

· How ‘Hyperconnected’ Cities Get Their Start Hyperconnected cities use technologies such as the cloud, mobile applications, artificial intelligence, and blockchain to smooth operations, according to a recent Oracle-sponsored study. Buenos Aires, for example, deployed a cloud-based field service system to help city planners lay out construction projects for 150,000 sidewalks in need of repair. Three more key characteristics.

· Four Steps to Getting More from Quarterly Cloud Updates

· State of intelligent automation

· Build, Test, and Deploy Applications on Oracle Cloud—for Free

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