Oracle’s technical case studies dive deeper into real-world customer deployments. Discover how OCI is helping customers successfully deliver 24x7 operations using geographically distributed architectures, elastically scale, and optimally secure applications. OCI engineering works with customers to move from idea to execution rapidly, defining the implementation path, and introducing techniques and best practices to accelerate customer deployment.
Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Ltd. (IFFCO) is the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of fertilizers in the cooperative sector. IFFCO has worked with Oracle for more than two decades on their business-critical applications and databases. Most recently IFFCO partnered with Oracle to modernize their IT estate. By doing so, the cooperative improved performance by as much as 7X overall.
The University of Melbourne, a public research university in Melbourne, Australia, needed to build their FogBus2 on a platform that’s multicloud, widely available, secure, and works in real-world implementations. Moving their FogBus2 platform to OCI allowed their computer science researchers across Australia to capture, analyze, and make predictions from IoT data. The University even achieved 15% faster service startup time and 20% improvement in performance and response time.
Maplesoft is a leading provider of advanced modeling and calculation solutions for engineering, science, and mathematics. Maplesoft partnered with Oracle Cloud to extend the use and functionality of MapleSim, their multidomain platform. Applying Oracle technology to MapleSim has allowed customers to build complex simulations, identify and report anomalies in real time, and collect real-time data from assets to better monitor health and performance.
Technical case studies highlight the customer’s goals and the breadth and depth of their technical solution on OCI. Each technical case study features all applicable OCI products used, the customer’s cloud migration path, OCI solution architecture, and the results of their cloud transformation.
kompany enables their clients to automate and transform anti–money laundering compliance into competitive advantages. Their IT team was looking for an easy-to-use, next-generation data lakehouse to automate process flows for data ingestion from a wide range of sources quickly and efficiently. To achieve their cloud migration goals, kompany implemented a cloud native solution on OCI. Their IT team can now load any type of data from a wide range of sources, store it in their data warehouse or data lake, and leverage easy-to-use automation to transform, visualize, and analyze it using a single source of truth. kompany leveraged the following services:
Based on their success running their platform on OCI, kompany plans to triple the number of users by the end of the year and expand usage to seven other departments.
Now Optics is a national eyeglass retailer in the United States spanning more than 20 states. With their business expanding, the company had accumulated a large volume of data but had no tangible way to reap its benefits to optimize the business and expand into new offerings. Now Optics turned to Oracle Cloud and was able to improve their customer engagement and experience by using various OCI AI services. The company can now identify the top issues that their customers feel strongly about to decide what actions to prioritize. Thanks to OCI, Now Optics has achieved the following results:
Now Optics plans to further use OCI to flag various eye diseases such as glaucoma, diabetes, and cancer by only using pictures of the retina and eye.
SailGP is an international sailing league in which teams compete by sailing high-performance F50 catamarans around the world. With cloud technology in mind, SailGP wanted a provider that could help them better process data in real time to create better analytics and competitive advantages. SailGP’s main goal was to optimize both performance and fan experience. To achieve these goals, SailGP leveraged Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Streaming and Oracle Stream Analytics to process, analyze, and stream data during each race using sophisticated correlation patterns, data enrichment, and machine learning. SailGP enhanced their analytics with the following OCI services:
In the future, SailGP plans to use OCI services such as AI and Oracle APEX to further enhance their customer experience and analytics capabilities.
Mutual Materials is a manufacturer of building bricks, blocks, pavers, and stone slabs. Now the largest supplier of masonry and hardscape products in the Pacific Northwest, Mutual Materials has facilities in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. As the demand in hardscape sales skyrocketed, the company needed a faster and more reliable way to process orders, increase production, and ship their finished products to customers. To scale their infrastructure to meet increased demand, Mutual Materials partnered with Doyensys to migrate to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. This partnership enabled a rapid lift and shift of legacy systems into the cloud and the implementation of a scalable IT solution. The following OCI products were used:
Overall, Mutual Materials saw improved productivity, reduced costs, and unconstrained scalability.
retraced is a leading sustainability management platform provider based out of Germany. The company enables their customers to ensure that they’re only using materials that have been manufactured using certifiably sustainable production methods. To build their cloud native platform, retraced wanted a technology environment that offered simplicity in operations, autonomous and managed services, and significant cost savings. After evaluating multiple cloud providers, retraced chose to run their platform on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. retraced leveraged the following OCI services:
With the use of blockchain on OCI, retraced has been able to track sustainability information more accurately, which in turn has helped the company build trust with current and future clients.
ETC is a leading US intelligent transportation systems and smart mobility provider, developing and delivering solutions for tolling, congestion management, urban mobility, and other transportation needs. With its riteSuite SaaS technology in mind, ETC wanted to reduce time to market, database maintenance, capital expenditure, and downtime all while setting up a cloud-based disaster recovery environment that satisfied its business continuity requirements. After evaluation, ETC recognized Oracle—with its high I/O storage and high-bandwidth networking capabilities—as the optimal cloud provider for its technical and organizational needs. ETC used the following OCI products as the backbone for back-office solutions:
By migrating major workloads to OCI, ETC realized significant efficiencies in long-term maintenance, cost savings, performance improvement, and infrastructure management.
HNI is a leading manufacturer of workplace furnishings. Like other manufacturers, HNI faced challenges such as increased demand volatility, rising supply chain costs, and customers that expected instant delivery. To better serve its customers and increase efficiency, HNI utilized an array of OCI services and FlexDeploy, a DevOps platform from Flexagon for end-to-end software development and delivery. HNI leveraged the following OCI and Flexagon services:
HNI improved agility and efficiency by using cloud technologies from Oracle and Flexagon.
Gadget Software offers a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for manufacturers to provide an optimized self-service support solution. The company's AI transforms instructions into intuitive, easy-to-follow information. With several gaps in its previous AWS environment, Gadget Software needed a cloud provider that offered speed, agility, high availability, and automation of manual processes. As a result, Gadget Software migrated its three core technologies onto OCI to reduce costs, free up DevOps resources, and improve scalability. Gadget Software used the following OCI services:
With OCI’s capabilities and engineering guidance, Gadget Software is well-equipped to meet the needs of its customers.
Integra LifeSciences is a leading global provider of regenerative and neurosurgical devices and technologies, serving surgeons and hospitals worldwide. With the help of a proof-to-pilot (P2P), Integra migrated more than 140 systems, across environments for development, quality assurance, production, disaster recovery, and special projects. The following list includes the relevant Oracle Cloud services and software Integra utilized:
With OCI, Integra has minimized risk, improved visibility throughout its entire supply chain, and strategically positioned itself for higher growth.
UniQreate is a leading data extraction automation company. UniQreate helps customers gain insights from their unstructured data by utilizing AI learning systems, intelligent workflows, and web-enabled interfaces. With its platform, UniQreate helps business users manage their data needs with the most efficient workflows and the least intrusive interactions. Needing stronger compute power and more block storage, UniQreate migrated to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) for higher performance at a lower price, and reduced overall monthly costs by 20%. UniQreate used a portfolio of the OCI services listed below:
By migrating to OCI, UniQreate was able to achieve a cost-efficient, seamless, and robust infrastructure for its massive amounts of data extraction.
Mynet offers mobile game services by acquiring an existing game title, then redesigning and repackaging it to reach a broader audience. This business model enhances the overall profitability and revenue for Mynet. The company migrated to OCI for superior performance at a lower price and reduced overall costs by about 80%. Mynet uses services from other cloud providers depending on game characteristics, in support of its multicloud strategy. The company delivers an exceptional mobile gaming experience utilizing a portfolio of OCI services listed below:
By deploying its mobile gaming experience on OCI, Mynet achieved notable improvements in overall game performance.
MESTEC is the world's first cloud-based SaaS manufacturing solution provider. It offers manufacturing execution system (MES) and advanced planning and scheduling (APS) software to manufacturers looking to improve efficiencies in the critical aspects of the manufacturing lifecycle. The company deployed a multicloud strategy leveraging solutions from Oracle and Microsoft. It relies on Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing database connected to an Azure front end through the Oracle-Azure Interconnect to deliver solutions that boost overall manufacturing processes without customization and typical upfront costs. The company utilized the following cloud services from Oracle:
With OCI, MESTEC optimized their manufacturing lifecycle and scaled to new infrastructure resources rapidly.
Following the pandemic, historical site Pompeii reopened using the MyPompeii mobile app, a solution built entirely on OCI with cloud native and API-first principles in mind. Pompeii used these OCI services, SDKs, and frameworks:
The application has been downloaded by 20,000+ visitors in 2021.
In the early days of the pandemic, Oracle Consulting built a suite of public health management applications to help collect and analyze the data necessary for government health organizations and the medical community to understand the virus and its spread. Counties using the platform include Tarrant County, the third most populous county in the state of Texas. The platform not only helps Tarrant County’s testing facilities operate more effectively, but also provides valuable information to keep communities safe. These are the services used:
The platform provides Tarrant County with valuable information to keep its communities safe and COVID-19 cases down.
Capgemini has been an Oracle Platinum Partner for over two decades, helping customers with projects such as critical migrations and implementations. When a customer approached Capgemini with aging legacy systems, business change requirements, and strict deadlines enforced by a government directive (PSD2), Capgemini turned to Oracle Cloud. Capgemini delivered a rapidly developed, cloud native platform using these products:
The platform serves 300,000 API requests per day.
AgroScout, a startup in the agritech sector, leveraged Oracle Cloud Native Services to migrate its application to Kubernetes and deliver an automated deployment pipeline. The AgroScout development team can easily manage its application, streamline its CI/CD platform, and achieve better performance on OCI. Facilities operate more effectively, but also provide valuable information to keep communities safe. These are the services used:
AgroScout’s machine learning technology relies on OCI’s GPU instances proving the speed & performance that machine-learning workloads demand.
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Explore how BIAS Corporation reached out to Oracle to help guide them on a multi-region, ultra-secure, and highly available deployment to support a customer’s portfolio of mission-critical apps.
Read how BIAS used Oracle Identity cloud service with Microsoft Azure Active Directory to enable an end-to-end high-availability architecture for their authentication components.
Watch how Vistory uses OCI to run its ultra-high security, blockchain-based cybersecurity service to protect against high-threat cyber-attacks.
Get more details on how Sonoco uses OCI to run its global consumer packaging and industrial products business. They chose OCI to deploy the network, its mission-critical apps, and the latest Exadata Cloud Service to help connect them to suppliers, customers, and distributors.
Explore how UniQreate uses OCI to run their “Document in, Data out” service, applying AI and machine learning (ML) to create order from unstructured data. They chose OCI to deploy their network and service behind a rapidly growing business.
Read how the IT team at Mars Veterinary Health uses Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run their global pet healthcare business by integrating disparate systems.
Watch how Hyreo use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run its innovative candidate-centric HR platform & recruiting service while improving its economics compared to its previous on-prem & AWS deployment.
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