Cloud computing is a type of computing where IT related functionalities are provided as Service and user can access to the services through internet without any knowledge or expertise about the technology.
In order to reap the benifit of Cloud Computing, Oracle today announced at Oracle Open World, San Frascisco that customers can use Oracle Database 11g, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Enterprise Manager to create cloud computing environment. The product will be available first time for Amazon Web Services’ Elastic Compute Cloud. The new middleware product named as Fusion 11G will be based on BEA WebLogic server and include combination of the Oracle and BEA enterprise service bus technology.
“We’ve started to make available for you our complete Fusion middleware stack on the Amazon Cloud,” Chuck Rozwat, Oracle executive vice president of product development, told the attendees at Moscone Center in San Francisco. “This is a way to deploy middleware on the Cloud using virtualization, using the techniques that Amazon provides, now built into Oracle Fusion middleware.”
Oracle is rolling out a set of free Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) so that user can deploy Oracle solution on Amazon EC2. Using Oracle provided AMIs, new virtual machines can be used within minutes with Oracle Database 11g, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Enterprise Linux.
Oracle is also using secure back up solution for cloud computing. Oracle Secure Backup, enables customers to use the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) as their database backup solution.
Source: Oracle Press ReleaseFiled under Cloud Computing, Database | Tags: Amazon Web Services’ Elastic Compute Cloud, Chuck, Cloud Computing, Enterprise Manager, Middleware, Oracle 11g, Oracle Enterprise Linux, Oracle Fusion | Comment Below