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Oracle: revenue by segment 2008-2018

Oracle's revenue by business segment from FY2008 to FY2018* (in million U.S. dollars)

Oracle: revenue by segment 2008-2018 Oracle’s cloud services and license support division is the company’s most profitable business segment, bringing in around 26.25 billion U.S. dollars in its 2018 fiscal year. In that year, Oracle brought in annual revenue of nearly 40 billion U.S. dollars, its highest revenue figure to date.

Oracle Corporation

Oracle was founded by Larry Ellison in 1977 as a tech company primarily focused on relational databases. Today, Oracle ranks among the largest companies in the world in terms of market value and serves as the world’s most popular database management system provider. Oracle’s success is not only reflected in its booming sales figures, but also in its growing number of employees: between fiscal year 2008 and 2018, Oracle’s total employee number has grown substantially, increasing from around 84,000 to 137,000.

Database market

The global database market was forecast to reach a size of 50 billion U.S. dollars in 2017. Database Management Systems (DBMSs) provide a platform through which developers can organize, update, and control large databases, with products like Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server being the most widely used in the market.
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Oracle's revenue by business segment from FY2008 to FY2018* (in million U.S. dollars)

Fiscal yearsCloud services and license supportCloud license and on-promise licenseHardwareTotal services revenuesSoftware license updates and product supportNew software licensesCloud SaaSCloud PaaS and IaaSCloud SaaS and PaaSHardware SystemsCloud IaaSServicesHardware productsHardware supportCloud and on-premise software
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Fiscal yearsCloud services and license supportCloud license and on-promise licenseHardwareTotal services revenuesSoftware license updates and product supportNew software licensesCloud SaaSCloud PaaS and IaaSCloud SaaS and PaaSHardware SystemsCloud IaaSServicesHardware productsHardware supportCloud and on-premise software
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Oracle’s cloud services and license support division is the company’s most profitable business segment, bringing in around 26.25 billion U.S. dollars in its 2018 fiscal year. In that year, Oracle brought in annual revenue of nearly 40 billion U.S. dollars, its highest revenue figure to date.

Oracle Corporation

Oracle was founded by Larry Ellison in 1977 as a tech company primarily focused on relational databases. Today, Oracle ranks among the largest companies in the world in terms of market value and serves as the world’s most popular database management system provider. Oracle’s success is not only reflected in its booming sales figures, but also in its growing number of employees: between fiscal year 2008 and 2018, Oracle’s total employee number has grown substantially, increasing from around 84,000 to 137,000.

Database market

The global database market was forecast to reach a size of 50 billion U.S. dollars in 2017. Database Management Systems (DBMSs) provide a platform through which developers can organize, update, and control large databases, with products like Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server being the most widely used in the market.
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