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Vice President Certus Cloud Solutions at Certus Solutions
Dec 19 2016

What is most valuable?

I've been looking at a number of the PaaS products, and one of the issues for me, as a non-professional developer, is deciding what components I need and understanding how they all fit together. Eighteen months ago, Oracle had 2 or 3 offerings in the PaaS market. Now, it's nearly 40 offerings. One of the things that I'm really impressed with is the announcement at this year's Oracle Open World… more»

What needs improvement?

The next steps for Oracle to take would be blueprints or some ideas about if you want to do X, then use Y. I think that would be helpful especially as the environment is changing so fast. It's not just about integrating PaaS components with each other. It's not just about integrating Oracle's apps with Oracle's development tools, but it is about all integration. Oracle are talking about… more»

What other advice do I have?

There are people who want to move to the cloud-based offerings due to price and not having all the hardware on your premises. We hear these are the reasons you must make the change. The two reasons that really resonate with me are the security and the sales cycle. Security is especially the case in the Oracle Cloud applications, because they own every single part of that stack. The… more»

What is Oracle Project Visual Code?

With the new Project Visual Code, customers will be able to utilize a library of responsive user interface components and complete applications – made available in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace—to add features that can be embedded directly into their own applications, environments or even existing Oracle Cloud applications. With minimal coding needed and intuitive visual design capabilities, business users and citizen developers can easily create the applications they need on their own, with little to no involvement from their IT department.

Built on a standards-based architecture, the new platform also enables customers and partners to create a rich ecosystem of modular user interface building blocks as well as complete applications. In addition, with its best-in-class mobile development features, the new platform enables the creation of on-device mobile applications that work even in disconnected mode.