back to article Net-sweet! Oracle cloud shows growing signs of life, just don't ask about the on-prem stuff

Database giant Oracle beat market expectations for its fiscal Q4 2019 and FY 2019 financial results, reporting $11.1bn in quarterly revenues and $39.5bn for the full year. The better-than-anticipated revenue represents an increase of one per cent, or four per cent in constant currency, over fiscal Q4 2018 and a nominal …

  1. oxfordmale78

    Knowing Oracle, any developer with an IQ above 1, should know better than to rely on a "free" service from Oracle.

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