36 Burst results for "Oracle"
Fresh update on "oracle" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"That's pretty much in line with what the street was looking for. And the company is sticking by its full year revenue forecast for about 30.1 billion to 31 billion here. As far as the EPS itself here, adjusted operating margin came in at about 22.7 and EPS at a dollar 40, that's versus a dollar 27. And a little bit higher than the estimate share is moving all over the map here on the day. There are other earnings that we're going to need to parse in a second. But before we get to that, I do want to go back to the yield picture. Because this was a pretty significant move down that we saw in yields today. With the two year dropping by 14 basis points today, as market now repriced in its expectations, not only for that terminal rate, but for really, I think a lot of the interim in between 4.33 on the two year 3.63 on a ten year that's down about 11 basis points. And even at the longer end of the curve, a 20 year and a 30 year down about 6 to 5 basis points at the longer end of the curve here. So market repricing guys, both on the equity side as well as what we're seeing now in fixed income as well. Yeah, Romain, a very significant reset when it comes to the yield think when it comes to U.S. treasuries. Speaking of rethinks, check out aka in the after hours. This stock has been soaring following its results because it looks like it's beating on all metrics. First of all, I want to go to the outlook because that's always key octa up about almost 13% in the aftermarket. Let's talk about the fourth quarter. And again, this is cloud. This is about authentication. This is about privacy issues, for companies, accessing fourth quarter adjusted EPS 9 cents to ten cents. The outlook was for an estimated loss of 11 cents a share. So that's very significant in terms of a difference. Third quarter revenue was a beat 481 million versus the estimate of four 64.2, and then if you look at third quarter adjusted EPS flat, the street was looking for a loss of 24 cents a share. So that's a big change in terms of expectations. And again, plays in the cloud, and this is why what we get from lockdown, what we get from a snowflake, what we get from Salesforce, because the cloud area has been beaten down remain. Yeah, Scarlett, I think other earnings cross. Yeah, snowflake just came out and we were looking at the stock falling in after hours trading after it. Third quarter revenue beat analyst estimates, but the fourth quarter revenue forecast is the issue here. 535 million to 540. The consensus was 5 51. Sorry, just so I need to go back here to Salesforce. We're now learning the Brett Taylor, the co CEO over at Salesforce is planning to step down. Just to be clear, Brett Taylor, we're learning right now, the Salesforce vice chair and co CEO is stepping down. Remember him and Mark benioff had been sharing duties here and there had been a lot of questions about whether you needed that co CEO role, though I think if I'm correct, some investors thought it would be benioff that maybe would be riding off into the sunset, maybe reducing his workload, but we're now learning that Brett Taylor is leaving guys. The former CEO is always going to be the new CEO. That's the new thing, right? Yeah, that's been repeated a couple of times here. Yeah. But he's not named bob. So we'll see how this one works out. Well, it's tough being a co CEO and benioff is there, right? I mean, the guy who's so identified with this company. And it's a company that's known for doing these co positions, but I think many would say it's very tricky to run a company. Who's that scar? Oracle also did this a while ago. That's right. Here's what Bret Taylor said in a statement quote, I'm grateful for 6 fantastic years that Salesforce and Mark was my mentor well before I joined Salesforce and the opportunity to partner with him to lead the most important software company in the world is career defining. Carol. All right, guys. Yeah. We're gonna run. Uh, lots of. We gotta run. Lots of earnings and they're moving stocks, guys. It'll carry over to that Thursday trade. That's a wrap beyond the bell. Cross platform coverage. Radio TV, YouTube. And I'm Bloomberg quick take. We'll see you tomorrow. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at
JP Morgan Believes Centralized Crypto Exchanges Will Remain Dominant
"We are going to start the show off with a bank report. It's been so long since I've had the chance to troll will with one of these. So here we go. JPMorgan analysts say that centralized crypto exchanges will remain dominant despite FTX is collapsed, which contradicts some crypto native figureheads who predict a shift towards DeFi platforms in the wake of FTX implosion. The analyst cited an absence of a limit order stop loss feature on DEXs dependency on price oracles that source data from centralized exchanges, hacks and exploits as some of the reasoning. Zach, I'm going to kick it off to you for your thoughts on this bank report. Before will foxley dunks on this poor bank analyst and calls him a midwife. I will stand up for this report and I believe that this is right. Humans have a long history of entrusting other people to do complicated things for them. And sometimes being your own bank sucks, and sometimes yield farming out on the wilds of DeFi also sucks. And that's why we saw firms like Celsius and others leverage some of these DeFi protocols to give lazy users some of that sweet, sweet yield. And I think directionally, if that's the argument that's being made here, directionally that point will stand. And I think despite all of the chest dumping that this is DeFi's moment, I think probably those are pretty stiff like stiff human headwinds to overcome, right? That desire for laziness for entrusting others to do things that, you know, can be tricky, especially in crypto with self custody assets.
Top 10 Blockchain Oracles in 2022: Which Oracles are Dominating the Market?
"3 p.m. Thursday, October 20th, 2022. Top ten blockchain oracles in 2022, which oracles are dominating the market. A blockchain Oracle is a third party platform that bridges smart contracts with the outside world and vice versa. Most of these platforms use network oracles who search, query, verify, and retrieve real world data to smart contracts running decentralized applications depths, some other use APIs application programming interface. Generally, oracles are incentivized using the platform's native. The post top ten blockchain oracles in 2022 which oracles are dominating the market appeared first on coin central
Compound Pauses Low Liquidity Tokens
"Passed proposal one 31, which pauses the tokens supply of four tokens on its V two market. Users are no longer able to use ZRX basic attention token maker and Wi-Fi tokens as collateral for loans. The pause was made as an effort to reduce the risk of a potential Oracle manipulation based attack on low liquidity tokens. The proposal comes a week after Solana based decentralized exchange mango markets suffered a $117 million exploit from a price manipulation attack on its native token, compound founder Robert Lesnar urges users to migrate their positions to compound V three, which he says is resistant to the oracle attack vector. Armada network
Emily Jashinsky's One-Woman War Against TikTok
"Back with the culture beat portfolio holder. I like that. At the federalist, the dot com, she's Emily yoshiyuki. I'm gonna have to challenge her now. I'm watching a clip of his on her Twitter feed. Where you have glasses on. Is this fake news? Is this what you do on television? Do you put you put on those fake Charlie trappin and glasses? Because you're not wearing them right now. Are you Emily? No, I need them to read a teleprompter. So anytime I have three to tell, I'm nearsighted. So anytime I have three dollars. All right, so she's reading a teleprompter. Now we know these are the hard questions. These are the hard penetrating questions we ask here on America first. All right, let's talk about the reason we actually got you on the show. It's this piece you did for the federalist. Your single woman war, you are waging against TikTok, which is absolutely superb. Why is this such a problem? And tell our list is across the nation. What is TikTok's elections center Emily? It's unbelievable how under the radar the election senator election center is flying right now because TikTok a lot of people know is owned by a very powerful, very, very big Chinese company named ByteDance, which also owns and operates the Chinese version of TikTok. Well, they've been trying really hard to prove to American consumers that our data is going through Oracle. They've partnered with Oracle throughout all American data into the cloud and make sure that Oracle audits the algorithms so that this app, which is basically the most popular app in the country that an average teenager spends hours a day on is being sort of controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. But of course, by Chinese law, any time the Chinese Communist Party would come to ByteDance and ask for the data, they would have to give up access to it. There are a number of people a new Forbes report showed there are plenty of people that work at ByteDance on TikTok. They have TikTok in their portfolio who are currently or formerly have worked for state media in China. Our own Justice Department found that there were some a 130 members of the Chinese Communist Party working for ByteDance in 2020. And so this massively powerful network that our teenagers are spending hours of time on, it could well be tweaked by the CCP players of the long game in the CCP to get us very addicted because it's a very addictive product
Evictions Set to Rise in the Next Two Months
"Y'all remember, if I see, I'm not an oracle, I'm not saying I'm a prophet, but I think a little bit of common sense can go a long way. I remember saying this, a long time ago, back when they shut the country down and I'm still mad at Trump for certain country now because it is his fault to a certain degree. Yeah, he can be tricked or whatever the case might be, but he still understand business in the economy and he shut the country down. However, the country was shut down. The country was shut down, can you hear that Nick? The country was shut down and people were getting this diverted. Rent. Diverted mortgage, diverted rent, and I said, oh, that's cool. Except for the fact you're going to have to pay it back at some point. And what do you think people are going to do if you don't make them pay rent? And they ain't got no money anyway, 'cause they lost their jobs. Some of them lost their entire career and you divert and they don't make them pay rent. Of course they're gonna live there. And then when the time when it's time to pay up, what do you think you're gonna do? They ain't gonna pay you nothing. So according to the article about 8.5 million people are behind on rent 3.8 million renters are likely to be evicted in the next two months.
"oracle" Discussed on CoinGecko Podcast - Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency Insights
"So I think concepts like the optimistic Oracle, they fit neatly alongside price feed oracles like chainlink. I think that basically the design space for oracles is still very, very young. These are hard problems. One example I kind of have is like, you talked about, you talk about blockchains in 2017 and the only thing that existed was proof of work. You need to mention it, right? And then people realize, well, wait, there's other ways we can do this that have tradeoffs. So there's proof of stake concept. It does things. It has some tradeoffs versus proof of work, and it's a different use case. I kind of think that's exactly where we are with the Oracle technology right now. Where people's minds default to thinking about price feed oracles as how an oracle should work, but that's just one way to program them, and it has some tradeoffs. You really can't use a price oracle like chainlink to figure out if a snapshot vote passed or not. It's not a good use case. And so I think something like our design goal, we fit a different use case that I think is particularly relevant for web three. As we start asking for more types of data that aren't necessarily price focused, I think it's particularly useful in a multi chain world where I want to know what things are happening on other blockchains. I think designs like ours actually work quite well in those environments. Many good points raised and you kind of actually raise the next question because you brought up a multi chain and crafting. And then I think for the past few podcasts, we've been talking a bit about interoperability and cross chain and one of the big questions nowadays is, yeah, in oracles, information providers, their information verifiers. But what kind of role would they play in cross shame?
'2000 Mules' Changed the Minds of the Texas GOP
"A 2000 meals continues to have its effect on the on our elected officials. And it does that slowly. Would have done it faster if this were if we were Democrats and this was the Democratic Party. They'd all be all over it. But with the Republicans, things move a little more slowly. So there was a woman that in activists who came up to us and said that she'd be willing to hand deliver copies of the DVD to every congressional office. So we were like, great. We provided her with the DVDs. They've been hand delivered. And the good thing about this is that you can now contact your congressman on congresswoman and say, hey, have you watched 2000 meals, we know that a DVD was delivered to your office. So somebody on your staff hasn't. And there's really no excuse. This is a film that's having a lot of discussion. It's a film that shows things that are very relevant to your own future and your party's future. So sit down with your team and watch it and make up your own your own mind. Now, the film was screened at the Texas Republican convention this past weekend, where was it honey in Houston? It was in Houston. And also there was a booth that was selling a DVDs. In fact, they ordered a thousand DVDs so the DVDs were flying. People were grabbing copies of it and there was great enthusiasm and really when people see the film it settles the issue. I mean, all this, all this, let's call it Philip a bumper Y, which is basically bogus ridiculous objections of these cab drivers going by the drop boxes, you know, all this kind of nonsense Filip bump, but you know what, vote trafficking is merely helping people to vote. So the Texas GOP watches the film and they're like, we get the picture. And so I'm not going to read from the resolution that was passed. By the largest GOP in the country. I'm just reading it as straight news. We reject the certified results of the 2020 presidential election, and we hold it acting president. Acting president, I love that. You know, when someone is appointed temporarily to a job, he's the acting CEO of Oracle. And until we find a real one. And acting president Joseph robinette Biden junior was not legitimately elected by the people of the United States.
Police in the Dallas Area Kill a Gunman Who Entered a Summer Camp
"I want to talk a little bit about a story out of Dunkin VO Texas and follow my Texans out there if you live in a Dallas Fort Worth area. You know exactly where darker field is at, you know, where dark field DeSoto, all of these heavily populated black schools that are very successful, very successful in sports, there's some of the biggest schools in the state of Texas excel in academics. There's issues there like in any other school. But these are very big prominent schools in Dallas, Texas. Now duncanville, you ain't gonna hear this song. Nobody gonna talk about this, y'all, I already predicted. Maybe I am the Oracle. I will predict. That you ain't gonna see, nobody talking about this extensively on the mainstream news. In duncanville, I think at Dunkin field high school, they had a summer camp. And there was an idiot whom they will not name 'cause he's black. They don't even want to give his identity 'cause he's black. I would argue that he's black. I don't really know what color he is, but every time anytime you see it, he's a white man, they go white man white supremacists. But when he's a black man, they don't know what color it is. He's unidentified. And they called him a man. So if you're a man, you're 18, when you're 18, you can be identified. If you're not 18, you're youth, or you're a young person, you're a minor. They can not identify you. But they call them a man, unknown man. Comes up to the school. I don't know why he picked duncanville. Showed up. Pulled up in the lobby. Thought he was going to pull her Yuval. You know who's waiting for him in the lobby? Staff member with a gun. Staff member commences to get in a shootout with the guy in the lobby. He runs out of the lobby. He tries to go into, I believe, a big gymnasium, or another portion of the school, and you know what? He couldn't get in. Why couldn't get him, mister Tatum? 'cause the doors are locked. Well, he's still able to force entry in the door, he should be able to kick the door in. You can't. The doors at the school are designed to be impenetrable. Unless you have breaching tools or key and it does look like he had a key. But you know who had a key to his soul, the police officers. So they showed up and he got smoked.
Buffett to auction off one last private lunch for charity
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The Activist Media Stole the 2020 Election. Here's Proof
"Break, I kind of went through piece by piece. Hill dot com, 50 former intelligence officials warned New York Post story sounds like Russian disinformation. So basically they captured the top of the funnel, they got 50 former Intel officials. Now, what does that even mean? That means that they just found 50 Democrats that used to work in the CIA for Obama that now work at Google and Facebook and Oracle, and they have them probably on a slack channel, or they call up, hey, Sally Sue, needs you to sign a document. Does this look like Russian disinformation? Of course it does. Of course it does. Of course it does. Of course it does, even though it isn't, it wasn't. And then Politico writes this up. And I'll be very honest. I don't even think the people at Politico, the editor in chiefs, had any idea the kind of surgical strike of election interference that this story was going to broker. This story gave Joe Biden the presidency. That's not a journalist operation. That's a political action committee. When I get to some sound here, remember this, so then CNN takes the Politico story and then they repeat it, operation mockingbird style, and they say there's no evidence. There's no evidence, it's disinformation. So it creates this entire echo chamber around a central lie that was concocted around something that actually didn't say. And I want to read this again. The letter says, quote, this has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation. That doesn't mean it is, and it wasn't. And yet they reported it as if it was not that they suspected it. Not that it had the classic earmarks. What does that even mean? No, no, no. This was word manipulation to try to torpedo the ascending Donald Trump campaign that was about to win the election despite all the ballots in every direction, all this stuff. They needed to make sure that Donald Trump did not have a late break. How did they do that? Can't talk about it on Facebook. You can't talk about it on Twitter. You can't talk about it on social media. So they controlled the top of the funnel. They polluted the top of the tributary. They built a dam so that the news could not seep down to the independent voter. In Georgia, 17% of whom, by the way, said they would have voted for Trump if they would have known a little bit about this.
Streetside dining is here to stay - burst 1
"Today on the southern california real estate report outdoor eating is here to stay stay tuned morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire and daniel wise coming to you from san diego california a new update on something that everyone seems to love from the pandemic is the the street series as they call them that have been built around the city. It looks like the city and development services have come up with a plan of attack to keep those in place at least for some places not for all but for some exactly and this would allow outdoor dining to kind of continue and continue permanently. Luckily in san diego outdoor dining has always been a popular option and These outdoor eateries will give people the opportunity to basically have more options. As far as. That's concerned yeah. I really like it. I think it's great. I think it's really cool especially in the more urban neighborhoods of san diego so obviously university heights is an area that i frequent a lot and some of my favorite restaurants around there like bond time places like that have have done. You know cool little setups. Some of the mexican restaurants around there you and i were just downtown yesterday and looking around downtown. It looks like you know around the gas lamp that there's still a lot of those setup. I wonder like in core gas lamp. Do you think they'll keep them even in that area where they're talking about turning that into a mall area. That'll be interesting to see what they do with that. Well i think that the rule is under thirty miles an hour and no parking. Lots no parking lots no white or yellow zone or no white yellow or blues zones. Excuse me read bluer white curbs or within an alley either. Yeah yeah. And they're limited to streets with speed limits of greater of no greater they're limited to streets with a speed limit that is no greater than thirty miles per hour. Yeah and a lot of restaurants are in violation of that mean. I think it's also you can't be within a fire hydrant. Distance which i guess makes it a yellow zone anyways right but yeah or makes it a red zone. Excuse me so. It's it's lenient but it's also going to. I think going to drastically change the environment. There even used to over the last nearly two years right. So you know with this because so there's going to be some interesting real estate aspects about this and by the way So this article is very recent. This article is effective october. Twenty fifth or sixth right. And this is i believe at ut oracle and it's a it's a relatively recent reason article and it's interesting from a standpoint of how the city is viewing these and of course anything that the city to get involved in there's going to be a fee for it right but more so we'll we'll touch on the fees here in a minute and what the charges will be in how they're kind of looking at them but more importantly the real questions going to be too is for these spaces that are commercial restaurant spaces. How the landlords gonna view these. These are obviously going to be an amenity to the property. But it's going to be a separate Lease transaction one for the street. Ary or the you know out you know. Dining area or ancillary dining area is is going to be a lease or a fee structure. That's based on this city's calculation that we'll get to in a minute and you're going to have the regular you know interior retail price per foot. So the question becomes does. Does that make those spaces more valuable or is it something that now so over the pandemic there was no charge for any of this. The restaurants were building them as a means of survival. That's what the the issue was. Was that you know. During the periods that there was no indoor dining. These were constructed. So now there's gonna be some interesting things that come out of this because now it's going to become a direct occupancy expense the way that the city is going to do this from a standpoint of the economics of it and you know how is this going to be you know monetize for the city so it's kind of a two part process so one of them one of the processes has to do with those structures that were built that have tents and things like that that's got to be changed now because those aren't necessarily kosher and in compliant with what fire wants to see right there. They're worried that you know this has to be inspected and done right and so and so the city is doing it basically. So you've got this two part structure to it so the fees are gonna vary the the and there's going to be a like a permit cost depending on how. How large the space is. They're saying the estimate for the permit to be anywhere from two to six thousand dollars for the two year. Use of that this
September Jobs Report Disappointing Under Liberal Economy
"Ready to do my podcast this morning And one of the things I do because I'm always behind closed curtains in the dark all day And I get sad not sad like sand the acronym seasonal affective disorder Like I need some sun 'cause you do get sad on sand right So for like ten minutes before producer D tells me he's ready to start taping the podcast I sit outside in the sun to get some sun in my eyeballs to not turn into one of those weird looking things like the oracles from the 300 movie you know with the white nasty looking skin and stuff That's what'll happen to me So I'm outside and I'm reading a couple stories right before the podcast gets started And if these two stories are improved positive about the cancer eating this country alive that the modern liberal is I don't know what is A story number one the jobs numbers come out Now explain to me how now that the economy is reopened you have money everywhere The federal government has printed a boatload of money with no value to back it You have a bunch of people clamoring to get out to go out and eat to go back to shows You have packed college football stadiums You have Christmas coming up explain to me in what damn universe An economy should be struggling right now to hire people I will wait liberal idiots I will wait a minute because you're too stupid to figure out the question Jim's like you better say something We're gonna go to a best of it You can't take time out on radio Like after 5 or 6 seconds it kicks to a best of I can't leave you that much time even though you're very dumb and can't figure it out In what world should the jobs numbers we were expecting 500,000 new jobs And we only got a 194 for liberals listening That's less than half In what world does that make sense to you
"oracle" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"It can turn in a moment. It can turn in some valuable ways so this message here is. It's you're done waiting. It's time to make a decision and that decision will lead to the door to personal happiness and healing. This card is very very powerful. It's time this means that you are at a turning point where you can open up to. In a personal healing could even be physical healing. It could be mental or emotional or something that brings you happiness which could also be a new job. A new avocation something that you like to do. Even though it's not your germ and even a new location. So in contrast to the indecision card the other side of the turning point is the angel of strength. now the angel of strength says that even if there's doubt and the indecision about what to do to open up to this healing you have the strength to figure it out you have the strength and the power to know exactly how it is you want to go and if you just start laying out some ideas it will turn into and outcome now. Here's where this connects. The strategy card may not seem like an outcome. because it's still planning and still taking steps it still planning. What am i going to do figuring out. What is it that caused to me that type of thing but it is an outcome of these choices. These choices lead to you to picking an item to form a strategy a plan about. How am i going to write that book. What do i need to do. I to to open up to a practice in healing all of the things that require strategy. Actually bring the outcome to you. So this is an interesting reading. And it's kind of self explanatory. But i'm going to throw a few cards on these central points here from the quantum oracle. Now i people ask me. Can you use two different decks and Get the same kind of results. And absolutely i often use one deck as my base reading and another deck to give me more information. So let's see what spirit has on top here for us. This is wonderful here. Let's look at how these applied to each other. And how they apply to the turning point so the dec- indecision is telling you that you have to make a decision but the taking steps is telling you just start. Just start taking steps. You don't have the jump out of a relationship you don't have to jump into a new job and so this absolutely applies to if you're hesitant to make a decision start investigating. Look at your options. Take little steps that inform you and move you forward bit by bit okay. The door to personal happiness is the the turning point and look we get a creative endeavor so this is telling you that there is some creative activity that you can engage in that is really going to bring value to your life and maybe artistic maybe musical it can be spiritual as well and one thing that tells us that is the following card the sacred temple and i want to encourage you touch the cards that you're reading. You will pick up energy. And i touched this and i look at it and i see the the temple in my soul but the sacred temple is telling you that maybe the creative endeavor is a part of a spiritual practice as well. The spirit is there to help guide you in this turning point this is the turning point and as you turn to your spirit. Your life turns. This is the thing that your life turns on and moves in a different direction. So these are the quantum oracle cards and these are the energy oracle cars and they can be used together. I have the thai yet when i do this..
"oracle" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"She's looking at sunrise and optimism is a wonderful consciousness to live in. So many people live in states of pessimism. And worry and it's important as card this telling you to shift that consciousness. Shift your awareness. What you're focused on to something more positive more optimistic a new day okay. The next one is from the energy suit fragmented energy. She's got pieces of herself all over the place and she's trying to walk through really deep water now fragmented energy comes from trying to do too much having too many things to choose from too many things on your plate just being in too much of a hurry or also worrying about a number of different things so few pull the fragmented energy card. It is calling you to stop to rein in to say. What do i want to focus on. What focus honors me and takes me out of this. Really big jigsaw puzzle that has become my life and the next one is an intention card and this is peace now. People often don't think of peace as an intention. They think of peace as something that they may be lucky to fall into. But it's important to realize that your daily intentions create the lifelong results that you want the long term results if you live in a daily intention of piece. Today i'm going to create peace for myself. What does that require that requires letting go of negative thinking Letting go of conflict Living in trust trust of yourself and trust of the universe and meditation and yoga all of that brings the intention of peace. And when you bring the intention of peace to your daily life that is what you attract in your long term goals situations and people that make you feel even more peaceful and then the following card. That i'm so glad spirit had me pull It's a cycle card now. So many people blame themselves if anything goes wrong and they don't realize that there are five major cycles we go through okay. this is one of them. New beginnings new beginnings often come with endings but the cycle of new beginnings clearly show something new something formulated. It could even be a new family. Some other cycles are status quo. Staying the same all the time Increase increase in your money and your activity and your family decrease possible decrease in all those things and the fifth one is transformation. That's a new big beginning. That involves your whole life so it's important to know that we don't have to blame ourselves. We can look at the cycle. Were in and we'll utilize that so. These are the quantum oracle cards and. i wanted to share them with you. Although both cards were designed to be used individually they can be added together..
Unpacking the Azure CHAOS DB Flaw With Nir Ohrfeld of Wiz
"And manu often. I'm a senior secur security researcher here at the weasel near for our listeners. Who might not know whiz. Tell us a little bit about what was a classical with the company. Which helps you to uncover. The cloudy sokaia vulnerabilities exposure that. You're having your environments with toddlers. Some pretty eye-popping research on a big security finding in microsoft's cosmos db database feature which is a feature of its azure cloud ecosystem environment. Tell us if you could a little bit about the vulnerability you discovered and how you got to start looking at this cosmos database a festival every network caulking population goal. Is they database. Eventually every acting event you hear about in the news involves some kind of data league ransoming intelligence with all of that is is is inside the database. We've seen that debate is very popular. Among a gusto in our original goal was actually to find some common recent miss configuration. So we'll be able to show that in the product but You know one thing led to another and it will today maybe explain a little bit about what cosmos is. I mean obviously people are familiar with enterprise. Databases sequel server oracle and so on. Is cosmos a totally new database platform. Or is it just a kind of cloud and standardization of existing database technology. So a yet just a regular the cloud. This nation the college of databases like the go-to database solution for your customers. So we got the customers use cosmos debate for holding everything that you will the useful. Your standout databases. That's why such a high value because eventually it's a database. the customers don't have the actually possess. It's someone else's computer. Michael in this in this exempted
"oracle" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
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"oracle" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"You hone in on your environment. Who's in your environment is asking like what's in your environment whose mood could be impacting. You what do you see around you. What opportunities have just been presented to you in your immediate environment and it also represents the essence of whatever you're going through right so it's the it's whatever the s.'s. Now if you're reading this for other people same thing everything that i'm telling you can be used both for yourself and for other people so those are really really important cards for you to know and and i say take them out of the deck and take a look at them and really get to know them on the purpose of working with an oracle is twofold I can use this as a predictive tool. I prefer be empowering people to allow people to really tap into their own magic and say. Here's where i am. Here's where i wanna to go. Now how do i get there. And then the cards show you that because you don't know and what the cards will always do is tell you the truth. Oracle cards or cards are never wrong. It's our interpretation of those cards that can be not so accurate because we are reading through the filter of our life experience and personalities. So when you have this information then you can get a much more accurate reading because you can ask questions. You're not trying to pretend that you know everything in that moment or you're not trying to be something you're really trying to get good information for people so what i'd love to do is do the reading. Then i'm going to show you how i got what i god right and then that will help you mir. Would i do the cards in this deck are either going to speak to the place that you're at on your magical map. They'll either speak to who you meet on that map They'll speak to what you're experiencing on that map and what it feels like when you get where you are we go and then what to do next what you're next right action is where you're heading because otherwise you're just looking at where you are now and although that's interesting and that's very good you still need to know where you're going because we're always becoming we're always in a state of evolution in oracle school. I always talk about being stories in motion so we are always a store. We are stories. We're creating new stories we make meat were meaning makers we make meaning but we're always doing new things so let's say you're sitting with somebody right and i as a professional reader. I never let anybody talk. I'm gonna take three cards. I'm a big three card reading person. Why complicate things if you can get a really good understanding of what's happening with regards like why do twenty-one guards the first card now i'm going to read them individually then..
"oracle" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"Unique inspired life. it is our destiny and it is very individual. And that's the fun part because we're on an adventure and by the way there's no one-size-fits-all fits all there's no map that's identical to the next one your life experiences very very valuable. The first thing that i'm going to say to you when you pick up this deck is you have to trust that the deck has a system so a lexicon is a system right so in my or every single one of my oracle card decks. They are a system that is individual and unique to themselves. So and that's what's hard sometimes for people who know the tomorrow that's always going to be seventy eight cars and they're always going to mean the same but it's pretty arbitrary each person that creates an oracle channels the oracle there way and you have to know what the lexicon so. It's always really important for you to read the guidebook trying to introduce you to some of the characters of the cars. And then what i thought i would do is Dive a little bit more into the best ways that you can work with these car. So let's talk about some of the beings that you would meet. There's two main characters in this particular deck. One of them is the bone collector. The bone collector and the gentle gardner is the second card. They are twin sisters. So there is a story. There's like this legend of this particular oracle and that's what came to me in a dream. They were ancient ancient krones..
"oracle" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"Is how i create mine in that stack goes back to all the ancient divination systems that you would know of on all of them really have a lexicon of symbolism that depicts of various aspects of the human condition and experiences that we might have. Of course i've modernize them so they're really hybrids of all the different divination systems that i've studied and bringing them into a more modern context so that it would speak to us. Psychologically and make sense to us emotionally and spiritually. Now there is a universality that's really important when an oracle card deck has created. So these are universal images and symbols. It doesn't matter what culture you come from. It doesn't matter your family history. It really doesn't matter about anything other than the fact that you are here choosing to work with this particular oracle cardiac now what. The heck is an oracle card decks so an oracle is something that provides wise guidance. And i see an oracle card deck as an intermediary it's like a. It's like a both a phone flashlight. It's all these different things in one. It's an intermediary between us the conscious universe and why that's important. Is that when we are left to our own devices. We only see what we wanna see at our mirrors right. we don't really see ourselves reflected truthfully. And that's there's a reason for that. We have a subconscious programming have conditioning. We have ways in which we see the world that are not challenger. Difficult to challenge when we're just sitting there thinking about ourselves but when we have when our soul is engaged our spirit our own spirit. The human spirit that is ours that is connected to a power greater than ourselves. We then have the capacity to see ourselves with great clarity. So i'd stopped doing predictive readings after about twenty five years and moved more into intuitive strategy with more of a high level clientele because i wanted to influence influencers who really could make an impact in the world so they really impact creators and then i decided i wanted what i learned from. That was that oracle's and i knew this for a long time but rather than predict with them they worked much better as a prescriptive because then they were empowering us to make choices and decisions as opposed to creating a more passive experience. Where i was telling somebody. Here's what's going to happen instead of saying. Here's what you know. Here's what's going to happen. But if you shift your viewpoint on xyz you could create a different reality for yourself. And then of course..
"oracle" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"A big hug. Very excited That hey house asked me to come on here. And i actually said yes And it's super exciting because we are going to be talking about some really great ways for you to become a better card reader. I'm going to talk about this. Particular one deck the enchanted map. And what's fantastic about this deck. Some of you might have the older deck. This is one of my first decks and one was my third deck. Actually out of the fourteen or fifteen. I have now but anyway this is one of the first exit. I actually changed out some of the cards. Because i didn't really love the design. So pay house allowed me to do that. And you some of you know because you already have the older version of the deck which is still gorgeous in. It's still great. We added more diversity to this deck and as we got to understand more about the world. Etcetera and i'd look over so my older material and going like you know that doesn't really look the way the world looks so i chew i chose some of the cards to reduce some of you. Who have the old dako. That doesn't look like the card. I have. There's a reason for that. So i'm really proud of this deck anyhow so this is what this card decades. So i'm gonna tell you a little bit about the car deck. And then what i'd love to do is teach and show you how to read cards like a pro. I don't know if i could do that for you in an hour or less than an hour. But i can give you some really good pointers and ways for you to think about oracle cards. Now i can only talk about my oracle cards not anybody else's so since i'm the author of these cards and i have a very specific way of creating the decks and i'm an animist. Then an animist is somebody who believes that there is a spirit and all things and that is my you could call it my my world view. It's like a it's done a religion but it is my spiritual worldview and i believe that everything has an oversold and a spirit and i honestly believe that. Each deck has a presiding spirit. Now that's me if that's to woo for you you make a local at but you know it's okay. I really feel these. Things are alive And they made that makes it more sacred for me when i'm actually creating them. So let me tell you a little bit about the inspiration behind this particular deck so those of you who know. I have a book called the map and i felt this kind of an consciousness and i knew that i had to accompany it with an oracle that would speak to an end. Use the symbolism of being on a journey and experiencing yourself at as traveling through various landscapes and experiences that you would have there and so therefore we would look at our lives as a sacred map and and our experience on that is the is the fact that we actually have a journey. Many of us know the hero's journey or the heroine's journey and we evolve and we become who we are meant to be by the challenges and the beauty and all the things that we experience on that map in the places that are depicted on the map so and the lexicon and and many of you have heard me talk about the word lexicon. that's a language so the language of the deck had to be created. I and that means that the choice of symbols that would create a language where all the cards would speak to gather. And that's what makes my oracle cards very specific I don't know what other people do with theirs..
What Is a Data Broker?
"I just so we'll get to your report and fair peace and a bit. But i want to start with the most basic stuff here. So what is a data broker. Data broker is a company whose entire business model is secretly buying and sharing and selling data. So this data on americans this is data on people around the world and you may never have heard of these companies but the fact is that it's not just facebook or talked collecting information every time we interact with a website or a business a lot of cases they're actually than selling take further to these other entities and that's what a data broker is so they're not the the sites doing the collection themselves right. It's it's these places that aggregate and then sell data that's been collected elsewhere outright. Some data brokers have access to what they will call first party data so data they do in fact collect directly in oracle is a great example of a company that has spent millions of dollars buying up other companies that do directly get access to the data. But you're correct that. In a lot of cases with data brokers they are buying it from other companies they are licensing it from other companies different kinds of arrangements. But it's oftentimes not stuff they collect directly and that's part of their marketing pitch is that were not just getting data from one single platform but we're aggregating data across many different sources and packaging it together
GE Appliances and Google Announce Partnership
"This morning. A new partnership was announced between google and ge. Maybe the first time. I've ever mentioned ge on the show but it's ge appliances specifically and this is to build out smart appliance capability. So you can see how that would make sense. Quoting the louisville courier journal. Which i believe is the first time i've ever heard from them. As well. quote continuing on the momentum of recently launched new refrigeration line louisville based ge appliances is partnering with google cloud to focus on bolstering the manufacturers smart appliances capabilities. The two companies announced thursday the multi year deal folds into the louisville based organizations multi cloud strategy said shah chief digital officer of ge appliances a higher company cloud computing provides computer system resources like processing and storage without direct active management by the user shah said in an interview with the career journal that ge appliances currently works with amazon web services and oracle cloud infrastructure. The partnership with google cloudy said we'll leverage the california based platforms data capabilities shazad. Ge appliances plans to be proactive with intelligence collected through google cloud such as learning potential issues with appliances alerting customers and finding potential solutions. Ge appliances is constantly looking for ways to improve consumer experience. Shaw said for example. He mentioned that through cloud computing. The company was able to roll out an update to remotely add air fryer capabilities to two hundred thousand ovens and ranges just this past april and
"oracle" Discussed on Enlightened Empaths
"Before you look to the book. That comes with the cards. Yes and that's why it goes back to what you were saying. At the beginning about the visual the colors the essence or they muted they vibrant. Are they things that really grab your i because i do think it's an immersive experience with the oracle cards t. Wanna talk about some of our favorite decks or loved to one of the decks. That i really love is called return of spirit oracle cards by sheryl lee hamish they have just wonderful fractional images on them and so there's really no correct or incorrect interpretation of the cards and each card has a beautiful uplifting message. Ooh that's very nice..
"oracle" Discussed on Enlightened Empaths
"Think about that If i'm face to face with someone. I will often. Well haven't done that so long. now. But i'll i'll him the person the cards and lay them shuffle them or pick one or i'll fan them out and let them put their hand over it and say you know. Just hold your hand over the cards until you find the one that that calls to you and pick them that way. Yeah i i think there needs to be that connection right right but it also does work for distance. So we're gonna do this little later in the show today as hickok card for for all of us and you'll see that it will probably resonate with with what's going on in your life the collective right now so it can't be distance as well. Yeah if i'm doing it in person. I'll shuffled deck. While i'm talking to them and kind of calming their energy down because people are nervous when they come for a reading and trying to connect with their energy and then i'll give them the deck and i'll say shuffle while thinking of your question and then cut it and then i started that way but if i'm doing it distantly i will shuffle while i'm talking to them and i'll say to them. Tell me when to stop shuffling. So it's interesting when i've done. Readings for people on my default position is to use the toronto but often have like one or two oracle decks in my bag with me to kind of validate what came through with the toronto reading in. And i'll say oh well picard and see if this validates or it gives you more information. But i've never really done full readings with just oracle cards other than like the medicine cards. But they're kind of combat air different. They're not just a one to me. They're different. Oh no i agree. I've never done a full professional reading with an oracle duck. But i will with my friends especially my friends who think to row. Is you know bad. yes yes so. Are you more apt to pull an oracle card for yourself. Yes yes. I feel a little superstitious about consulting the toronto all the time for myself. I'm talking like a full on celtic cross bred right so i might pull it row card. You know once a day or whatnot. But i have no issue. Consulting oracle decks frequently n-. I think they're great for meditation focused. They're great for journaling. They're wonderful if you're just talking to a friend and the friend's lake. Gosh i'm so worried about blah blah blah. I've got a big basket with oracle decks. And i'll just run upstairs and grabbed the basket pick and choose a card so i use them a whole variety of personal ways in your right there. I don't wanna say gentler than tomorrow. But anyone can pick up an oracle deck. Read the card or read the book and have a message. You don't need to know numbers and suits and all those other things that go with with something that might be a little more complicated. Do you think you always have to cut the deck. I think it depends on. What your your own personal preferences. Because i mean. I've talked about this with with different things that we teach and different things that we do in our own work is. You'll find what feels right for you so I tend to cut the deck. But what i'll do with a low temp with oracle decks is all shuffle shuffle shuffle. And then i'll hear like a number like three in all shuffle..
"oracle" Discussed on Enlightened Empaths
"We feel that it can take years to properly learn how to study and work with the toronto. And it's worth it. Don't you agree denise. I mean it's it's worth taking the time to study the toronto. I do because it. You never tap out. There's always more there's always another nuance another level and you build an intuitive connection with your back with the symbolism and everything else is involved with the toronto so i agreed with that seems more like a journey not just to a snapshot. Yeah exactly. it's a long journey but a worthwhile one. But the coping about working with oracle ducts. Is you can start learning how to work with them right away..
Politico Highlights Rising Republican Sen. Tim Scott
"And politico is a very left wing site now and then it gets it right. But more than than now, And it it indicates the kind of Republicans that they like Mitch McConnell, his people leak to politico all the time. That says GOP mega donors flock to Tim Scott Building 2024 Buzz Oracle's Larry Ellison is the biggest name in a group of major Republican donors sending big money to South Carolina Scott It starts off this way. Republican Senator Tim Scott boarded a plane to Hawaii earlier this year to meet with one of the richest people in the world tech titan Larry Ellison. Ellison's remote Lanai Island home owner. I'm jealous. Was well out of the South Carolina senators way. But for Scott, who like the 76 year old Ellison is an outspoken advocate for school choice. Cultivating the mogul has paid dividends. And could help. Propel a 2024 presidential bid. Since last October, Ellison has contributed $10 million to an outside group aligned with the senator. A huge sum even in the Super Pac era, and the business owners biggest known contribution in three decades as a political donor. Scott's Behind the scenes courtship of Allison illustrates how the senator has quietly become a powerhouse fundraiser and a major force within the Republican Party. Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate. Has seen his profile rise since delivering the party's response the President Joe Biden's joint address to Congress in April, It's developing a vast network of small and large dollar donors. That spans his party's ideological spectrum, helping him far outraced Senate colleagues this year. The pro Scott Super Pac Opportunity Matters Fund has drawn support from conservative donors like Richard Gabby, who is bankrolled the likes of former President Donald Trump and Georgia representative Marjorie Tele Green. Scott has also received backing from the party's mainstream
Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on the Importance of Title 42
"Let's explain this house this on our show already. What is title forty two is. Why was it important. And is it really still in place. So they answer last. Says it's not an. I'll get to that so title forty two again. This was not immigration policy. This is very important. It was a public health policy from. Cdc as part of their containment mitigation strategy to reduce the further introduction of cova nineteen from outside our borders into the country. They told each s you. Shall you will border patrol. Those that are illegally entering. You're gonna stop the border processes of the border. Return them to mexico. You're not going to bring them in your open. Air concord settings like those pictures show that are basically tolbert super superstars. And you're sure is a heck not release them into the united states impact the making the job of c. bp possible possible and protecting the american people okay and they just look so white house just technically extended title forty two and and cdc is still putting out the same stuff that it's dangerous ripe for those who are illegally in the country. These just said it but yet this administration has released almost two hundred thousand families and single dolt into this country wachovia. Cdc order was still in place so let me ask you a naive question. You've been a marine. You've been a law enforcement officer. You've been commissioned if khasan border protection is this administration breaking american law apsolutely unequivocally breaking the law and multiple elements and. I'll go further. Look at and i know. It's tough but i simply the the. The president is abdicating. His producer duties under article two and oracle for a section for as well to enforce the rule of the law to protect this nation So not only. Do i believe the president's do padeas is doing. They are actually what they're doing is actually counter to the still law. The tells them what they should explain that. So look it. I'll give you an example. Really great one. Because a lot of times we talk about the border. Bullish shifted in tier. Two ice ice is by. Ns we use words like xiao. You shall remove people you shall go and arrest people. This administration with their interior enforcement. Priorities are actually telling ice not to enforce the law
Qualcomm Dishes on the Future of Wireless Tech
"Senior director of engineering and you're one of the lead researchers five g. at qualcomm that's an impressive title. But what exactly do you do there at full com will we have a division called the wireless rnd and Here this division where we do the research at the forefront of five technology sixty and also wifi within the big department there is a research entities research group by open before h g start we start to rule them off on the mental ideas in within this group and then we prototype it the whatever ideal we have and the brain to some standardization organization night three. Gdp is the organization that defined the forty and new radio or five so for myself. I started feeding via research. Phuc assimilated nearing site and We have mojo projects and my products is more focused on the area. Surveys oracle design the coding way form the month access some of these fundamental techniques and also we have a big focus on the white areas coverage. So that means is you know what not focused. Hotspots marcellin some specific needs but the the foundation Technologies great. So i. I've i've been at qualcomm headquarters in san diego as seen that giant wall patents. So how many of those pants have your name on them. I really don't have it on top of my head but a few yes com. Has we have tons of patents. I think even for five g. half solids up patents and i do have a few of them quite a few.
Traveling With Tech Made for the World's Fastest Sailboats
"Traditional sailing. Races can conjure up stayed images of white cotton sales and shiny polished teak but over the last decade modern racing yachts have turned the cop into an extreme sport. They have these wing like sales that are the size of jumbo jet wings and they tip or heel as it's called in sailing what looks like impossible angles towards the water nowadays. The huge yachts actually lift up out of the water and seemed to fly on things called hydrofoils ripping down with both boats up on the blood. An amazing start to this court. Shrink hydrofoils like underwater wing. I mean just like the wing of an airplane that sticks out to either side mounted on a stick that comes down below the boat and then as the boat goes faster the the wing generates lift in it picks. The boat up hydrofoils were first introduced. Officially in the america's cup in two thousand thirteen. With the ac seventy two class. That's the name of the boat design used in that race. Hydra foiling sailboats. Kinko twice the speed of traditional votes attack from oracle team. usa potentially another dip from emirates team new zealand. Both it has to give way over forty five nights or over fifty miles an hour and You know sort of on the edge of control not only sailing the boat and keeping it stable but also structurally. The boats are very challenging. This technology itself is new but it has been transformative for the race and it's inspiring naval architects and maritime enthusiasts who are drawn to the speed and efficiency of these hydrofoils. Now summer considering how this hydrofoil technology could reimagined more than just a sailboat race. We realized got something very special so went about trying to use that technology to try and tackle the climate crisis
"oracle" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Been different in the past. I suppose it's just that i don't know that past ellen knows what we are building a future customers when they look at the service of the grand gets more usually give us a second date Frankly that's that's what i'm looking for. Which is the second reader. Describe why we've been provide valley to and do that in clear transparent terms repeatedly so our from technology. If you look at what. We've done recently outlive services for migration meaning my team those and tries to migrate customers. Work those on our diamond behalf because we believe strongly that the platform will be where you want to be. As our costly encouraged. We have found the services as our program released two three months ago we set to customers has bringer worth does so i think earning trust is a very long term thing. It's got a chip away at it. And throughout case. By case. On the while i don't have a magic bullet for it but i think customers are taking notice and giving us more even more business to us. And it's about keeping their trust now them successful deployment which is a good portion of my focus and the entire organization. The idea that effectively every other provider has in the space of. Oh we'll charge you at a discounted rate to help. You migrate in its. I don't mean to be unkind here. But i've never understood the thinking behind that strategy because once someone starts spending money on your cloud service. They are going to continue to spend money on your cloud service spoiler. I've been down this road with a bunch of different customers. And i've seen how this goes. You should be paying customers to let you migrate things on the covering. The cost is one of the least difficult steps that companies could do. But somehow you're the only ones i've seen doing this in the wild. I further point out that i've spoken to a variety oracle cloud customers now. Historically most of these have been big e enterprises very large companies. The blue chips. You would expect. But i'm starting to see you move into the startup space a bit more at one thing. I have not heard through any of those. Conversations is a complaint about oracle cloud either a technical shortcoming or a business practice. Complaint people will complain about oracle the overall company without any provocation and honest a lot of this very well deserved but oracle cloud only gets grief. That is reflected. What i start seeing that i think is a real sign of maturity and growth in the platform is. They're starting to be stories around oracle cloud that don't feature the word databases or heaven forbid autonomous databases. Which is oracle's database divisions whole big thing. These days it starts to stand on its own legs on its own merits rather than depending upon its giant install base in existing enterprises as its primary means for marketing and selling. Are you seeing an uptick in the startup. World of oracle cloud these days. I'm a super goes through Beacon system really honest so substantiate anything that i make sure i do know that a lot of startups that are born in the cloud. The user cloud half shared the same sentiment so to the extent i can give you a trend lying or some sort of an indication that starves are now a big area unfocused oracle or know. They're coming to our platform. Organically i just don't have the data points on that one but i do know is fees but with was born in the cloud neil or was that are migrating. They are so this an esa foxy. I think everyone trying to develop this offer stock in the place to put both from the price performance perspective from business practices as well but i think the overall sentiment is changing and not only because we have autonomous database or not only because we have an oracle database associated with. I think that is true. And that's a fact all have come to really appreciate the thomas. I don't know what. Change my thinking on that one but i'll leave that for different debate. But i think you're right and part because we being very deliberate about it which is oracle cloud is more than just database or is about technologies things that you come to expect from. The top providers juwan developed new software of over existing software. And the proof. Really right now that. I see in sort of big bowl. Debtors is our independence offer. Vendors is fees that are coming onto the dropping. I would like to point out that. I didn't give you a list of questions. I was going to be asking you before we did this. The best gave hope none of us gets fired by the end of this and that was a perfect example. The sort of thing. I'm talking about you could have said. Oh yeah we're seeing a whole bunch of startup stuff that sort of clients taking stuff. Adopting our service. I can't talk about any off hand of course but oh yeah that's great. This ties into in many ways. An echo of what. I've seen it your previous employer. I have never yet caught someone at. Aws oracle cloud lying to me. Even when right now you could have come out and said oh. Yeah we're seeing any receding whatever it is will sound good. You're intrinsically honest. And i appreciate that about not just you but it seems to be a cultural ethos. I'm seeing throughout my conversations with folks working with oracle cloud. This is the sort of thing that makes me tell people. Yeah i know. It sounds like i'm having a joke at your expense. Just suspend disbelief and have a conversation with them and so far. It seems to be going relatively well one day. I'm hoping i won't have to wind up giving that disclaimer. I but that's gonna take a few more years. I suspect i don't know the time i just. I'm gonna smaller bubble up as i'm in the infrastructure piece on a no customers factory. I think to be honest. Ourselves teams the oracle fusion products are doing really well with customers as well. So i'd be doing a whole bunch of ourselves. Pats on teams to run on oracle cloud. Make it a canonical Wish to deliver this as products for improve latency improve user experience and whatnot. I don't think even if i was in. Aws our say that we are ever going to be happy with the experience that we offer to customers. We just have to continue in this environment in the especially it infrastructure Discontent strive for what we can do. Better so part of my not to give a glowing scorecard giorgo orca. Anybody is just general discontent moments where we are what we can do to be better so much. We can do to be better for our customer. So i think if i busied themselves back unaided obvious i would say that about ashley. Cows starts adopting out of you know. I wish we could do better. But nonetheless i think customers are taking no his simplicity focus video tough engineering problems and transparency in hobby. Do business with them. Both at the presale side. The prosales is and support. I think the combination of this on my hope is that customers will continue to give us more business. I expect that they will. I think that you've done a lot of the right things. I think that what you're doing is heading in the right direction. I also want to thank you for taking the time to sit here and suffer my slings and arrows if people wanna learn more about oracle cloud and make up their minds for themselves. Where should they go to start. This should go to oracle dot com on the page. They should get easy link to get to our infrastructure in and get started employ first application of the am sup murphy out better. Whatever have you so good. Dot com on the main page and very infrastructure. Kick on a take you to some canned pats on probably want us go solve with todd infrastructure on hopefully takes you getting to where you need to be pretty quickly. Thank you very much for taking the time. I appreciate it. You're welcome thanks for having macari appreciate the chat salmane piracha vice president cloud engineering cloud at customer. This concludes my guest hosting of software engineering daily. But the tour of the cloud isn't over quite yet subscribed screaming in the cloud on your podcast bought from of choice to hear the final episode of the cloud tour saga. And of course. Don't forget to go to last week in. Aws dot com to subscribe the last week in aws newsletter and. Follow me on twitter at quinny pig. That's q i double n. y. Pig for all my snarky tech's..
"oracle" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Let's dive into the story that you just mentioned miniature because one of the things that i found when i talked to folks who are using. Hp or high performance computing is outside of some very specific. Use cases generally found in academia research. A lot of hp customers don't think of themselves in the context of hp. See on some level. This is harkens back to the problem of. Oh this is for your data lake and you talk to folks. And we don't have a data lake and sort of stare at them. No you have about thirty two bytes of data sitting in your object storage. What do you think that is. Oh you mean all the logging nonsense. All the assets are all the insert. Fill in the blank. Here it becomes something that customers don't self identify with. So what is hp for the vast majority of people out there who might not know what that is. I the secondly might not realize it applies to them so hpc's category of computer technology where you're really thinking about putting clusters of computers. So they can achieve a unit of war so in manufacturing does could be computer. Aided engineering on mutational dynamics figuring out if are know car's really gonna it. Crashes is really gonna sustain body injury as an example or is it going to happen. You know be able to fit. It falls off a bridge and on the water you know what's the rate of water flow into the car. A lot of interesting simulation work in manufacturing but it needs a lot of computational power to run these types of simulations and they all need to be done in concert with each other trying to achieve a unit of work similarly and finance is like trading platforms and risk modeling exercises and media is visual effects rendering which requires like rendering farms. You need a whole bunch of those and they do coordinated work and complete that order in a reasonable amount of time in some of that work is not showing up in sort of deep learning vase like coordinated works. It's not like the old classical high performance computing which has been labelled will be seeing that technology transfer into that type of work of as well and research and medical research drug discovery genomics climate change all that requires a whole bunch of computer servers put together coordinated where run algorithms and spit out in a result and do that quickly a reasonably well last but not least life sciences in analyzing the physical movements of atoms or molecules to vom genomic sequencing these are all various types of industries dodd jews high performance computing to achieve resolve. Hope that helps though the audience what. Sbc really means and for big four that you need bare metal. Instances low latency terrestrial networks using hundred gigabits per second argument technology and high performance storage to achieve that outcome. So i hope the it gives you a bit of colorful dish. Bcs no absolutely does. I have spoken to a couple of large hedge. Fund style computational heavy workloads and they wound up discovering was for what they were doing already built out of data center. They couldn't handle interrupts for their application stack super well and they were debating and we build out a second data center. Do we build a cloud environment and the answer became pretty clear. This was a couple years ago that there was no viable path economically to put this in the cloud unless they got some truly astronomical discounting which is always on a fixed term basis. So there's no guarantee that it'll be renewed at those generous levels so it's for their use case and given their sensitivity around how proprietary all the stuff was building a second data center economically made sense. I don't normally come up with that assessment. But i'm here to help customers come up with the right answer not try and push in any particular direction. I think there's some truth to that as customers eventually if they don't have the right. Price performance economic across compute storage networking and achieve the rate of performance. The network to complete. They will choose to go business as usual until when we looked at this problem to solve this across the stop right unpacked Readily available to have the work was compete to be completed and then the data has to flow out of it also has to be super cheap so i think that combination does make sense. Mazda nissan siemens they're all using oracle co today among some many others four. Abc style workloads. And that's one category. I'd be as we talked about and then the other category Touch a little bit on was was the war but the thing i didn't mention i think is words for a few minutes of chat for sure is what do you do for all the on. Premises workloads are sitting on blade servers today or commodity servers or especially service today. Generally i will wind up pulling the fire alarm. That winds up dumping all the foam out of the burbs of servers unworkable. rabbit written-off total loss by insurance. And start over somewhere else. But that's why they don't let me in the data centers anymore. Probably not a bad reason if you were going to do all that our that. A billion dollars worth of transactions every day. But i think the other thing that we were looking at selling off problem was customers. Trading in a single ride of a blade server for example for a single radical cloud sir does not necessarily get them along their rail of transforming the data center so data center transformation happening across the industry whether customers shrinking their data centers moving into Moving at all of the out is going to happening in one of these various types of shapes. And if you look at this market space and you say what hockey hall eighty percent of that work workload get to the cloud quickly apart. Because to be honest this is where or actually has a lot of business are exited. The combination of hardware and software. Today that are today. The provides us provide some really significant performance gains for her at all that customer base looking at this eighty percent work though. This is the tough engineering problem. That i think oracle has saw for. How do you get regions to scale down to various smaller size. So you can start small. And then linearly scaled them out. I think the notion of always having multiple availability inability zones to be part of a reason deployment all has been challenged in the market. But even in the market you'll see local zones right. I know small footprints and the engineering effort to get all of your services into a package out if you would that can help..
"oracle" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Instantly scale able to use just in time provisioning etc that the benefits of cloud as customer side. The that or goal knew about its customer base was a lot of their customers were using legacy software on the continue to have some legacy software. The customers they serve have a very different journey to the cloud so know a lot of customers have changed the may think about cloud journey and have adopted principles and services for sure but oracle really wanted to sort of say if i were to get customers to using of course oracle parts on oracle serves not just database has a whole bunch of software products in our you know global business unit space in another and get them to sort of seemed to see move without. What would that look like. And i think that's that story got a bit interesting. For example has a whole bunch of investments or was made in l. to allaire to networking to virtualization it. That's tough engineering work. Because usually what happens in town environment is the layer three. The packets are version so they're digging overlay network and you can send traffic for one instance to another instance offi as if you're in a in a physical Already not so as i all a numeric a few things so there's really look deeply add it. What if we were to do their to. What if we were to start. With sovereign virtualization for increased performance of networking and networking became very cool focal point for example or the first ones to offer ardia main one hundred gigabits per second network through between instances at scale in the cloud because customers were doing all these tough workloads and didn't want to have to change there. Were close to move like the events of the price. Performance data ingress egress challenges etc. So i can elaborate on these things in more detail but the fundamentals of building drought offering. That feels very much like on premises software. Little change in the naming conference lift and shift. I think has merits. Technical matters for sure and i think customers just getting the million or offer to them. Frankly org but has been in. A second generation offering has been relatively late to what was already stopped in the marketplace right. and historically. it's been mostly a story that i've seen in public around. Oh if you have existing oracle workloads. This is the best place to clarify them for lack of a better term. That said. i'm starting to see breakthrough success stories. We're folks who do not have these day. Disclosed on oracle environment are starting to seriously consider oracle cloud for different workloads. The thing that caught my mind you allude to networking but let's be very direct here. You are ten times less expensive for outbound. Data transfer than aws which is similar to the other tier one providers. So for anything that's heavily data transfer based that immediately becomes an object of significant interest and concern. Now everyone loves to say well once you're at significant scale. Of course no one pays retail sure but that also applies to you folks as well and when you're sitting here trying to sketch out a startup that might be heavy on data transfer. You're gonna use the publicly posted pricing just to get back of the envelope calculations and when you're orders of magnitude away from being a viable answer a lot of the expensive retail pricing doesn't seem to make a whole heck of a lot of sense so folks will never have those conversations with a number of cloud providers just because it doesn't look externally to be viable. There's some truth that for sure. One of the philosophies apart from the engineering principles along the principal engineers database do now come in built out. Oracle cloud was on top of the engineering principles was simplicity option so for example pricing simplicity or reply will have same does price across all regions. So now you can budget for a half thing about this. Instance cost one reason or the other now. We do have about ten of these regions. So it's like it's not trivial and submissively of pricing and this whole notion of having a single bucket accredits that you purchase and you can complain against any services was also a novel out for its time the simplicity of pricing transparency of pricing. And what you can easily use to construct your budget against. I think it's an important additional element of the oracle cloud story which are the customers are slowly but surely seeing 'em taking advantage played the customers. We have our website that we talk about that have used or goes egress to its advantage. Zoom on others in that same bucket like eight by eight but just the general principles of making pricing simple using savings to spicing across all regions for all types of services. It's big deal. And i think customers are really appreciate up. They seem to be my question for you is. Are you seeing a improved of oracle cloud from customers that do not have pre existing deep seated decades long relationships with oracle proper for sure. So i see a few parts of the business to those more convincingly i think if you look at all the networking it has done so a lot of our customers are not thinking about how to really run team where workloads on oracle cloud part because the workload catholic without l. too so denver applications were ready for physical networks ones particularly with dusters of compute nodes share the same broadcast maine's and use features for on premises that are supported lt or genetic extact foods apple assignment of max night without a preceding api hall low.
"oracle" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Instantly scale able to use just in time provisioning etc that the benefits of cloud as customer side. The that or goal knew about its customer base was at a lot of their customers were using legacy software on the continue to have some legacy software. The customers they serve have a very different journey to the cloud so you a lot of customers have changed the may think about cloud journey and have adopted principles and services for sure but oracle really wanted to sort of say if i were to get customers to using of course oracle parts on oracle serves not just database has a whole bunch of software products in our you know global business unit space in another and get them to sort of seemed to see move without. What would that look like. And i think that's that story got a bit interesting. For example has a whole bunch of investments or was made in l. to allaire to networking to virtualization it. That's tough engineering work. Because usually what happens in town environment is the layer three. The packets are virtually so they're digging overlay network and you can send traffic for one instance to another instance offi as if you're in a in a physical Already not so as i all a numeric a few things so there's really look deeply add it. What if we were to do their to. What if we were to start with sovereign box. Virtualization for increased performance of networking and networking became very cool focal point for example or or the first ones to offer ardia main one hundred gigabits per second network through between instances at scale in the cloud because customers were doing all these hoffler clothes and didn't want to have to change there were close to move like the events of the price performance data ingress egress challenges etc. So i can elaborate on these things in more detail but the fundamentals of building drought offering. That feels very much like on premises software. Little change in the naming conference. Lift and shift. I think has merits technical matters for sure and i think customers just getting the million or offer to them frankly but has been in a second generation offering has been relatively late to what was already stopped in the marketplace right and historically. It's been mostly a story that i've seen in public around. Oh if you have existing oracle workloads. This is the best place to clarify them for lack of a better term. That said. i'm starting to see breakthrough success stories. We're folks who do not have. These disclosed on oracle environment are starting to seriously consider oracle cloud for different workloads. The thing that caught my mind. You alluded networking. But let's be very direct here. You are ten times less expensive for outbound. Data transfer than aws which is similar to the other tier one providers. So for anything that's heavily data transfer based that immediately becomes an object of significant interest and concern. Now everyone loves to say well once you're at significant scale. Of course no one pays retail sure but that also applies to you folks as well and when you're sitting here trying to sketch out a startup that might be heavy on data transfer. You're gonna use the publicly posted pricing just to get back of the envelope calculations and when you're orders of magnitude away from being a viable answer a lot of the expensive retail pricing doesn't seem to make a whole heck of a lot of sense so folks will never have those conversations with a number of cloud providers just because it doesn't look externally to be viable. Yeah there's some truth to them for sure. One of the philosophies apart from the engineering principles along the principal engineers database do now come built out. Oracle cloud was on top of the engineering principles was simplicity option so for example pricing simplicity will have same instance price across all regions. So now you can budget for a half thing about this. Instance cost one reason or the other now. We do have about ten of these regions. So it's like it's not trivial and submissively of pricing and this whole notion of having a single bucket accredits that you purchase and you can complain against any services was also a novel out for its time the simplicity of pricing transparency of pricing. And what you can easily use to construct your budget against. I think it's an important additional element of the oracle cloud story which are the customers are slowly but surely seeing 'em taking advantage played the customers. We have our website that we talk about that have used or goes egress to its advantage. Zoom on others in that same bucket like eight by eight but just the general principles of making pricing simple using savings to spicing across all regions for all types of services. So it's big deal. And i think customers are really appreciate up. They seem to be my question for you is. Are you seeing a improved of oracle cloud from customers that do not have pre existing deep seated decades long relationships with oracle proper for sure. So i see a few parts of the business. I can speak to those more convincingly. I think if you look at all the networking it has done. So a lot of our customers are not thinking about how to really run team where workloads on oracle cloud part because the workload catholic without l. too so denver applications were ready for physical networks ones particularly with dusters of compute nodes share the same broadcast maine's and use features for on premises. That are supported. Lt or genetic extact foods apple assignment of max night without a preceding api all low.
"oracle" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"Have to interact with all the world's data and provide all the services that blockchain's don't provide right so there's kind of a spectrum on the spectrum you have blockchain's that are highly secure reliable highly tamper-proof highly transparent but are not very feature rich for example. They cannot talk to an api. Many of them can't generate as they cannot do some kind of privacy preserving computation so they're very secure and there are these kind of data structures and smart contract platforms to hold unchain code that can define conditions receive value. Pay value back out under conditions and create transparency around all that which makes perfect sense. And then there's oracles an oracle networks. That is all the world's data right. We're talking about taking all the world's data and making it consumable for all the world's use cases that have trust issues so the amount of variability there is absolutely massive. Right it's like the decentralized oracle network and the conditions that that essentially oracle network needs to meet from an insurance contract to a lending contract to an ad network contract to the data sales contract that that we discussed to any number of other smart contracts so really the ability of a decentralized oracle network to flexibly address all of those requirements is. What's necessary so flexibility is the goal whereas with the unchain. Bitcoin flexibilities the enemy. In the sense that you want security the you want the focus there in in that kind of world design decisions have huge consequences. And then if you look at the distributor oracle network side you want to remove the restrictions of design choices. You went to provide maximum flexibility..
"oracle" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"Twitter. Yo pays the driver through stripe. If those services weren't available to the people who made uber they wouldn't have made over right because they would have written their core code on some database and then they would have had to make a ju location company telecom messaging company and global payments company and. They wouldn't have done that because it's too hard. And that's the weird scenario that a lot of people in our industry are in. And that's the problem that oracle and oracle. Networks fix is. They provide these decentralized services to take this develop reko system the blockchain and smart contract developer ecosystem from. Hey i can have a database and right some application logic about token ization and voting and private key signing all of which is super useful is a critical foundation. But now if you just lay around all the world service's whether that's market data. Weather data randomness. Suddenly people can build defy fraud-proof gaming fraud-proof trade fraud-proof ad networks. And that's why this world of the centralized services and decentralized oracle networks is particularly in my opinion important to our industry. Yes funny you you you talk about the currency of decentralized world defy but decentralized services world is primarily just tokens and is basically just financial transactions and the kind of thing the reason why super exciting the kind of gathering with chain link oracle networks is a. You can basically open up the whole world of services to this kind of Decentralized smart contract world. I mean you're talking about just orders of magnitude greater impact financially just socially and philosophically are. They're interesting near term and long term applications. Excite you yet. There's there's a lot that excites me. And that is how. I think about it that it's not just about. We made a decentralized oracle network. It's about we made a decentralized service or collection of services and it's going from hundreds to thousands and then people are able to build the hybrid smart contracts which i think will redefine what our industry is about because for example for the people that only learned about blockchain's through the lens of nfc's they understand blockchain's through nafta's not through speculative tokens are bitcoins. Right and i think that that that will continue. I think the use cases that excite me they vary between the developed market at the developed world's economies and emerging markets. I think in the developed world what you'll see is that transparency creating a level a new level of information for how markets work and the risk that is in markets and kind of the dynamics that put the global financial system at systemic financial risk. Like two thousand eight and my hope is that all of this infrastructure will will soften the boom and.