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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides Altair with bare metal, HPC, and RDMA networking features to help develop products faster at lower costs

"Oracle announced the expansion of its partnership with Altair, a global technology company providing solutions in data analytics, product development, and high-performance computing (HPC). As part of the multi-year agreement, Altair will enable many of its internal workloads and commercial software-as-a-service (SaaS) to run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, including its portfolio of high-performance engineering simulation and analytics products..."

Oracle Cloud with Rescale gives engineers, scientists, and innovators an easy way to take advantage of fast bare metal computing with RDMA networking

"Oracle announced that Rescale's cloud HPC simulation platform is now available on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Rescale's platform helps engineers and scientists build, compute, analyze, and scale simulations with high performance computing. Now, Rescale customers can deploy and manage their critical engineering simulation and analytics applications on Oracle's modern cloud infrastructure..."

Best-in-class HPC cloud combines price-performance of on-premises with flexibility of cloud; Developers and data scientists can boost AI, data science, HPC, and machine learning performance by 2.5-6x, at lowest cost

Oracle announced that it is the first major cloud provider to make NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU on bare metal instances generally available. Oracle's latest GPU instances enable customers in industries such as automotive and aerospace to run complex, data-intensive, high-performance applications like modeling and simulations more efficiently and at a lower cost than ever before. Get started here.

Today, I wanted to share some important news on Oracle's compute infrastructure offerings

"Listening to our customers about their requirements and experiences, we found that the promise of high-performance computing (HPC) and performance in the public cloud still comes with too many trade-offs, caveats, and gaps.

So, we have updates both to our current capabilities and news related to our Compute services roadmap. These announcements are designed to meet the high expectations our infrastructure customers, including for HPC solutions to deliver the best of both worlds: the absolute performance they expect from on-premises systems and the pay-per-use, flexibility, and scalability of cloud, all at a leading price point..."

Report recognizes Oracle's completeness of vision and ability to execute

For the fourth straight year, Oracle was named a Leader in Gartner's 2020 'Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS)' report.

The fast growing iPaaS market demonstrates that enterprises are continuing to invest substantially in their cloud and digital transformation strategies. Oracle believes that its leadership in this market is a testament to the success that large and midsize organizations have achieved with the cost effective, agile connectivity enabled by Oracle Integration.

What if your thermometer only gave you a reading two days after you took it? Or your car's gas gauge showed the fuel level from a week earlier?

"You would make ill-informed - and even counter-productive - decisions because that information was outdated and no longer relevant to your current situation. That's because measurement is only actionable when it's timely.

The same holds true in advertising. Too often, measurement of the impact of campaigns has lagged well behind the campaigns themselves, as data on key business outcomes like sales lift and Return on Investment (ROI) are not available until many weeks or months after the ads have run. Rather than adjusting and improving a campaign in-flight to drive better business results, advertisers are forced to make-do with slow, out of date results that don't keep pace with the demands of running a business..."

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