Integration capabilities and containers—with new features such as chatbots, machine learning, and artificial intelligence—are at the heart of a new model for creating composite apps that can deliver huge benefits to the business. As a developer you shouldn’t have to worry about learning how these things are built; you should be able to focus on using them to your best advantage. Our mission is clear: developers should be able to focus on writing code while Oracle Cloud takes care of the underlying platform and infrastructure to ensure enterprise-grade performance, availability, and security.
Amit Zavery is Oracle's executive vice president for cloud platform and middleware products. He is responsible for product vision, strategy, development, and go-to-market initiatives for Oracle Cloud Platform and the Oracle Fusion Middleware product family. Zavery and his team are focused on building the most modern, open, comprehensive, and easy-to-use cloud platform that provides capabilities for cloud-native and mobile development, application integration, big data, data integration, content management, identity management, and security. He is also responsible for enhancing Oracle Cloud Platform with new and emerging technologies including blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and bots.
Since joining Oracle in 1995, Zavery has held various positions in product development, management, strategy, and consulting. He began his career at Oracle as a software engineer on the video server product team. He then joined Oracle Consulting, implementing numerous interactive television applications, and, with the advent of the web, building internet applications for customers. Zavery has worked in the Oracle Database group, where he was a member of the team responsible for planning and defining various Oracle Database releases. He was also responsible for product development and management of Oracle's ecommerce applications and established Oracle’s CRM development center in India.
Zavery holds a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering, graduating with highest honors from the University of Texas at Austin. He also holds a master's degree in information networking from Carnegie Mellon University and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.