Oracle Blockchain Platform Expands Features to Make Integration Easier for IT Systems


Oracle is a major computer tech company that spans across the globe, and they have recently decided to make some changes to their Oracle Blockchain Platform. They announced this change in a press release that came out on February 12, explaining their desire to make it easier to integrate current business and IT systems. The plan is also to increase the development and release of blockchain-based projects.

With the new features, customers will have access to numerous developer tools, data integration, and identity management sources. One of the benefits to come from the new features is the ability to integrate a blockchain transaction history that connects with other data.

A newly enhanced world state database is included with the update, along with a rich history database, identity federation, and support for Hyperledger Fabric version 1.3, according to a report from CoinTelegraph. The press release adds that customers from around the world have managed to use their platform to add their own blockchain applications.

Some of Oracle’s global partners with Oracle include China Distance Education Holdings Limited, Circulor, and SERES. Oracle’s clients also include several financial institutions, including Arab Jordan Investment Bank, SDK. Finance, and ICS Financial Systems. With their work on their platform and with partners around the world, the only company to outrank them as the largest public software and programming firm is Microsoft, based on a report by Forbes.

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