"While Lawrence J. Ellison, Oracle’s brash executive chairman, is still an outsize personality at the company he co-founded, Mr. Kurian has been the key figure in Oracle’s attempted reinvention, overseeing sweeping changes in its engineering. That includes the creation of a network of 21 data centers around the world, a project that has cost perhaps $15 billion. NetSuite is Oracle’s first major acquisition intended to tie right into this new global system.For Oracle, Money’s Not the Problem. It’s Coping With the Cloud. - The New York Times
“Money isn’t the problem for us,” said Mr. Kurian, who is Oracle’s president of product development. He added that “between 2004 and 2014 we spent some $40 billion to $45 billion on acquisitions.”"
Sunday, July 31, 2016
For Oracle, Money’s Not the Problem. It’s Coping With the Cloud. - The New York Times
A cloudy future for Oracle