Oracle has announced that it will be co-operating with VMware to enable advanced security and also streamline management of Oracles powerful mobile enterprise applications. VMware, a gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork, will be the first company to provide mobile application management to manage and secure hundreds of Oracle business applications and custom applications built on Oracle’s Mobile Cloud Service (OMCS) for mobile devices.
Oracle has the most number of enterprise mobile applications in Apple’s App store, and now the vaunted mobile ecosystem that was created by Oracle can now leverage application management and security through VMware AirWatch®. In essence this is specifically, a collaboration between the AirWatch and Workspace One team and Oracle.
“We’re proud to come together with Oracle to make it easier for IT administrators to secure and manage these critical mobile apps and help their end users seamlessly access them from any endpoint. VMware Workspace ONE™ is the industry’s only integrated platform for application and access management and unified endpoint management (VMware AirWatch®) that enables simple enterprise secure access to any app from any device, accelerating adoption of digital workspaces,” said Sanjay Poonen, chief operating officer, customer operations, VMware.
Enterprise IT organization can manage and secure the whole of their Oracle application suite on a single unified platform along with their other business applications and devices. The users of Oracle’s business applications can now access it through a simple digital workspace environment with VMware Workspace One and AirWatch, whether it is from the PC or mobile.
“We put our customers at the center of everything we do and we’re constantly looking for ways to enhance our business applications to expand their software investment,” said Thomas Kurian, president, Oracle. “Oracle has many customers who have standardized on VMware Workspace ONE for application security and management. With this agreement, everyone involved—Oracle, VMware, our customers and their end users—can benefit from the two companies working together.”
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