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Week of May 31, 2021

Arm processors are the next big thing in the cloud. The Brazilian media company Globo turns to tech to unify five previously autonomous business units. Stadium operators need more tech as they welcome fans back. Tennis legend Venus Williams scores with data—from business to advocacy. And learn what matters about OpenJDK’s move to GitHub.
“To take advantage of the current and upcoming Arm advantages, as an industry we have to invest in the Arm development and operating environment, rediscovering our multiplatform skills of the past.”
Clay Magouyrk, Executive Vice President, Oracle
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Arm is it
Arm servers soon will be the outright leaders in computing performance, writes Oracle’s Clay Magouyrk, so the industry must rediscover multiplatform skills. Here’s how Oracle is bringing Arm to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, and how it’s different from AWS’s approach.
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Post-merger unity
Globo, South America’s largest media and entertainment company, is working with Oracle and Accenture on a project it calls “Uma Só Globo”—Only One Globo—to align systems, processes, and cultures for five previously autonomous units.
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Play ball
Stadium operators are turning to the cloud and mobile technologies to adapt, as sports fans returning to stadiums demand the same kind of mobile ordering for food and transportation that they’ve learned to embrace during social distancing.
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Game, set, match
Tennis champion and entrepreneur Venus Williams says data plays a huge part in her success, whether pounding a 129-mile-per-hour serve, advocating for gender pay equality, or running her business.
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Celebrating diversity
In the shadow of increasing anti-Asian attacks, Oracle Professional Asian Leadership (OPAL) persists in its mission of empowering Asian employees, helping them advance their careers, and celebrating Asian and Pacific cultures.
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OpenJDK to GitHub
OpenJDK recently moved from the Mercurial version control system to GitHub. Here’s what developers building their own Java Development Kit (JDK) need to know about the history, why it matters, and what the transition means to them.
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