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presenter
Presenter

JEREMY SCHNEIDERjeremy.schneider@ardentperf.com

Senior Consultant, ITC Technology Services

OCP, RAC since 2002, Systems Admin

and Developer in previous lives

Blogger - http://www.ardentperf.com

software industry
Software Industry
  • OSHA Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)
    • 7372 – Prepackaged Software
  • North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
    • 511210 – Software Publishers
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Software Industry
  • Standard & Poor’s
    • Computer Software
    • Computer Commercial Services
  • Gale Research (Encyclopedia of Global Industries)
    • Packaged Software
    • Prepackaged Software
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Consumer Market

Spreadsheets

Word Processors

Databases

Utilities

Presentations

Drawings

Entertainment

Enterprise Market

Data Center Management (Monitoring, Configuration, Security, Backup/Recovery, etc)

Application Development and Maintenance Platforms

Packaged Applications (ERP, CRM, Supply Chain, Accounting, etc)

Database Management Systems

Network Operation System

Software Industry
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1977: System Development Laboratories founded

1978: Finished 2-year CIA project, spent next year developing commercial DBMS

1979: Release Oracle v2 – first SQL database

1982: Renamed to Oracle Systems

1984: Opened offices in Canada, Netherlands and UK

1986: Initial Public Offering (IPO)

1988: Leading DBMS company in the world

2004: US$10.3 billion PeopleSoft takeover

2005: US$5.9 billion Siebel acquisition

2008: US$8.5 billion BEA acquisition (or takeover?)

Oracle Corporation
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Oracle Corporation

source: oracle.com

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Oracle Corporation
  • Employees
    • Headquarters: Redwood Shores, CA
    • CEO Larry Ellison, Chairman Jeff Henley
    • 75,000 employees worldwide
  • Financials
    • Financial Years ends in May
    • FY2007 Revenue: US$18 billion
    • FY2007 Operating Profit: US$6 billion
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Oracle Corporation
  • Software
    • Licenses - 33% of Revenue
    • Upgrade Protection and Support - 46% of Revenue
  • Services - 21% of Revenue
    • Consulting
    • Education
    • On-Demand
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Oracle Corporation
  • Database
    • Enterprise, Standard, Std One, Personal, XE
  • Middleware
    • J2EE Fusion Middleware (AS, Portal, BPEL, Directory, etc)
  • Applications
    • E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft Enterprise, Siebel
competition
Competition
  • Database Market

Gartner, 2005 – published in "RDBMS Software Industry Worldwide, 2005." Business Wire, May 2, 2006.

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Competition
  • Middleware Market
    • IBM Leading Vendor (Websphere)
    • BEA WebLogic/Oracle AS
      • BEA acquisition (Jan 2008) has shaken things up; Oracle is expected to be number two after acquisition is finalized
    • Other players
      • Sun (Java AS)
      • Red Hat (JBoss)
      • SAP (SAP AS)
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Competition
  • ERP Market

AMR Research, 2006 – published in CFO Magazine, 23 (11): 35, November 2007.

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Competition
  • Open Source Databases
    • PostgreSQL
    • MySQL (Just acquired by Sun)
  • Other Oracle Products
    • Oracle Enterprise Linux (Red Hat EL)
    • Oracle VM (Xen)
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Competition
  • Employees

Employee counts from Yahoo Finance as of February 2007, except SAP. SAP data from 2005 Annual Report.

current developments
Current Developments
  • Local
    • Moving Oracle University from Sears Tower to old IBM Tower (330 N Wabash)
  • Global
    • BEA Acquisition
      • Middleware Marketshare
      • Presence in China (BEA #1 there)
sources
Sources
  • Bokhari, Zaineb. “Standard & Poor’s Industry Surveys: Computers: Software.” Standard & Poor’s, October 11, 2007.
  • Cathers, Dylan. “Standard & Poor’s Industry Surveys: Computers: Commercial Services.” Standard & Poor’s, November 1, 2007.
  • Datamonitor. “Oracle Corporation Company Profile.” Datamonitor, Oct 26, 2007.
  • Diesenhouse, Susan. “Oracle takes space in former IBM tower.” Chicago Tribune, Sep 5, 2007, p3.3, Chicago Edition.
  • Edwards, John. “The Host with the Most: SAP boldly goes where a number of other software vendors have already gone.” CFO Magazine, Nov 1, 2007.
  • Encyclopedia of Global Industries, s.v. “Packaged Software.” Thomas Gale, 2007.
  • Encyclopedia of Global Industries, s.v. “Prepackaged Software.” Thomas Gale, 2007.
  • Pezzini, Massimo, Yefim V. Natis and Gene Phifer. “Oracle Buys BEA to Strengthen Position in Middleware Market.” Gartner Research, Jan 18, 2008.
  • The four pictures were stolen off the internet. :-)
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