Data as of Mar 13
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Oracle Corp. provides enterprise software and computer hardware products and services. The company is organized into three businesses: Software, Hardware Systems and Services. The Software business is comprised of two operating segments: New Software Licenses and Software License Updates and Product Support. The New Software Licenses segment includes the licensing of database and middleware software, as well as applications software. Its software products are designed to operate on both single server and clustered server configurations and to support a choice of operating systems, including Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, Microsoft Windows and third party UNIX products. The database software is enterprise database software, which is designed to enable the secure storage, retrieval and manipulation of all forms of data, including transactional data, business information, analytics, and unstructured data in the form of XML files, office documents, images, video, spatial and other specialized forms of data, such as human genomic and medical data. This software is used for a variety of purposes, including online transaction processing applications, data warehousing and business intelligence, as a document repository or specialized data store. The middleware software is an application infrastructure software product that is designed to form a reliable and scalable foundation on which customers can build, deploy, secure, access and integrate business applications and automate their business processes. Its Oracle Fusion Middleware suites and products, which are built on the Java technology platform, can be used as a foundation for custom, packaged and composite applications. The Fusion Middleware software is available in various software products and suites, including the following functional areas: application server and application grid, service-oriented architecture and business process management, business intelligence, identity and access management, data integration, content management, portals and user interaction and development tools. The application software consists of Oracle Fusion Applications, which are a comprehensive suite of modular and next-generation software applications that include enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, supply chain management and enterprise project portfolio management. The Software License Updates and Product Support segment provides customers with rights to unspecified software product upgrades and maintenance releases and patches released during the term of the support period and include Internet and telephone access to technical support personnel located in its global support centers, as well as Internet access to technical content through My Oracle Support. The Hardware Systems business consists of two operating segments: Hardware Systems Products and Hardware Systems Support. The Hardware Systems Products segment offerings include servers and storage products, networking components, operating systems and other hardware-related software. The segment products are designed to work in customer environments that may include other Oracle or non-Oracle hardware or software components. Its servers are designed for business critical applications and for customers having more computationally intensive needs. Storage products are designed to securely manage, protect, archive and restore customers' mission critical data assets and consist of tape, disk, hardware-related software, including file systems software, back-up and archive software and storage management software, and networking for mainframe and open systems environments. Networking components and products are designed to connect and deploy server and storage clusters in data centers. Oracle Solaris operating system is designed to provide a reliable, secure and scalable operating system environment through a core feature development in kernel, networking, security, and file system technologies, as well as close integration with hardware features. The Hardware Systems Support segment offerings provide customers with software updates for the software components that are essential to the functionality of its server and storage products, such as Oracle Solaris, and can include product repairs, maintenance services, and technical support services. The Services Business consists of three segments: Consulting, Cloud Services and Education. The Consulting segment includes business and information technology strategy alignment, enterprise architecture planning and design, initial product implementation and integration, and ongoing product enhancements and upgrades. The Cloud Services segment includes certain of its Oracle Cloud Services offerings and technology, and Advanced Customer Services. The Oracle Cloud Services are designed to provide comprehensive software and hardware management and maintenance services for customers hosted at Oracle data center facilities, select partner data centers or physically on-site at customer facilities. The Advanced Customer Services provides support services, both onsite and remote to Oracle customers, to enable increased performance and higher availability of their products and services. The Education segment provides training to customers, partners and employees through a variety of formats, including instructor-led classes at its education centers, live virtual training, self-paced online training, training via CD-ROM, private events and custom training. This segment also offers a certification program certifying database administrators, developers, implementers, consultants and architects. The company was founded on June 16, 1977 by Lawrence J. Ellison, Robert Nimrod Miner and Edward A. Oates and is headquartered in Redwood City, CA.
|Lawrence J. Ellison||Chief Executive Officer & Director|
|Safra Ada Catz||Co-President, Chief Financial Officer & Director|
|Mark V. Hurd||Co-President & Director|
|Cindy Reese||Senior Vice President-Worldwide Operations|
|Kevin J. Walsh||CTO-Asia Pacific Research & Development Centers|