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Monthly TechNews Roundup: Oracle Rolls Out Multi-VM Autonomous Database, Gartner Identifies Top Security and Risk Management Trends for 2022 & more

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Clover Infotech brings to you a curated round-up of important technology updates of the month March’22.

1. Oracle Rolls Out Multi-VM Autonomous Database

Oracle recently announced the expansion of its Exadata Cloud@Customer service with the availability of Multi-VM Autonomous Database. The availability of the Multi-VM Autonomous Database will enable organizations to create and run autonomous and non-autonomous database deployments on the same infrastructure. This will aid organizations in choosing the optimal database for each employee and also lower costs…

2. Gartner Identifies Top Security and Risk Management Trends for 2022

Security and risk management leaders must address seven top trends to protect the ever-expanding digital footprint of modern organizations against new and emerging threats in 2022 and beyond, according to Gartner, Inc…

3. Oracle Announces Java 18, Brings New Capabilities

Oracle has announced the availability of Java 18, the latest version of what is claimed to be the world’s number one programming language and development platform. Java 18 is the latest release cadence and is, as per the company, the result of collaboration between Oracle engineers and other members of the worldwide Java developer community via the OpenJDK Project and the Java Community Process (JCP)…

4. IDC Reveals Key Predictions for 2022 and Beyond to Accelerate Digital-first Customer Experience

IDC has published the Asia/Pacific* contextualized worldwide future of customer experience predictions for 2022 and beyond titled IDC FutureScape : Worldwide Future of Customer and Consumer 2022 Predictions — Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Implications…

5. Snowflake Launches Data Cloud for Healthcare and Life Sciences

Bozeman, Montana-headquartered data company Snowflake has expanded its “data cloud” ecosystem with the launch of a dedicated offering for healthcare and life sciences industries. Officially dubbed Healthcare & Life Sciences (HCLS) Data Cloud, the product aims to provide enterprises in these sectors with a single cross-cloud data platform to centralize, integrate and exchange critical and sensitive data at scale…

6. IBM Simplifies Modernization of Mission Critical Applications for Hybrid Cloud

Developers will be able to develop and test using IBM Z as-a-service via IBM’s public cloud. New Modernization Stack of integrated software designed to accelerate application modernization and IT automation on IBM Z…

7. Gartner Forecasts India End-User Spending on Security and Risk Management to Grow 9.4% in 2022

End-user spending on security and risk management in India is forecast to total $2.6 billion in 2022, an increase of 9.4% from 2021, according to Gartner, Inc. Gartner analysts are discussing how security leaders in India can secure the future, manage risks and build resiliency at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, taking place virtually in India through today…

8. UiPath Named a Leader in IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Cloud Testing 2022 Vendor Assessment

UiPath , a leading enterprise automation software company, announced that it has been named a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Cloud Testing 2022 Vendor Assessment – Empowering Business Velocity.* The report, which includes UiPath for the first time among traditional software quality tools, examines cloud testing adoption trends and their influence on organizational success through the development of secure, high-quality software…

9. Getting Better: Oracle Cloud Gets More Firepower

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is expanding with 11 new compute, networking, and storage services and capabilities that would enable customers to run their workloads faster and more securely at lower costs. The new offerings would provide customers with truly flexible core infrastructure services, automatically optimising resources to match application requirements and significantly reduce costs…

10. IBM Gives Control to Businesses for Securing Data in Hybrid, Multicloud Environments

IBM has launched the industry’s first cloud service to perform key management across hybrid, multicloud environments, helping enterprises mitigate risk to critical data from cyberattacks and insider threats. Built for today’s hybrid cloud world, the new service empowers businesses to take advantage of IBM’s cloud security capabilities – no matter where their data resides – including on other clouds and on-premises.

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