Virtual Artifacts’ New Hibe Hub Connects Diverse Mobile Apps, Enabling Consumers to Stick with Their Social Platform of Choice
Oracle announced Virtual Artifacts has launched its mobile application network, Hibe, with Oracle Cloud. The company has developed Hibe as a new social network for mobile applications that lets consumers communicate with each other from their social platform of choice. To prepare for rapid growth, Virtual Artifacts invested in Oracle Cloud, including Oracle Autonomous Database, Oracle Cloud Platform, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Hibe helps different mobile applications to seamlessly communicate with each other without fear of data or privacy spillage. Built on an AI-driven proprietary privacy engine, users are able to easily connect, interact, and transact together, each from their own favorite communication tools. The new network removes the inconvenience of having to switch between applications by keeping communications synched and in one place.
“With 4.7 billion users on 6 million mobile apps, our ability to grow our database exponentially and globally was critical,” said Stéphane Lamoureux, COO, Virtual Artifacts. “We wanted a cloud provider that shares our values on privacy, is agile, and can work closely with us to build specific solutions. Oracle was the only vendor that could meet all of our requirements. With Oracle Autonomous Database, we no longer need to worry about manual, time-intensive tasks, such as database patching, upgrading, and tuning.”
With Oracle Autonomous Database, the industry’s first self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing database, Virtual Artifacts can avoid the complexities of database configuration, tuning, and administration and instead focus on innovation. Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud provides an easy-to-set-up and use data store for Hibe data, enabling Virtual Artifacts to better understand customer behavior.
The Hibe platform uses a number of Oracle Cloud Platform and Infrastructure services to support its current operations and anticipated growth. Using Oracle Mobile Cloud’s AI-driven intelligent bot on Hibe, Virtual Artifacts will be able to answer developers’ questions and make it easy for app providers to access the platform. The integration of Oracle’s mobile applications and chatbot technology on Hibe will also enable customers to directly engage with consumers, making it possible to quickly understand key audiences and improve the mobile experience.
Additionally, Virtual Artifacts will work with Oracle to develop the Hibe Marketplace, including an advertising engine to match items with interested consumers connected to Hibe through their respective mobile applications. The Hibe platform will also host and distribute content. By using Oracle’s blockchain platform, Virtual Artifacts and other content contributors on the platform will be able to track usage, distribution, and copyright attribution to help ensure it is being used and credited properly.
“The launch of the Hibe platform showcases the capabilities of Oracle’s Autonomous Cloud,” said Christopher Chelliah, group vice president and chief architect, Oracle Asia Pacific. “We essentially become the back end globally, leaving Virtual Artifacts to concentrate on the Hibe platform. This means that as a native cloud startup, we are supporting Virtual Artifacts from zero-to-production, and beyond. The combination of the strength of Oracle Cloud and Virtual Artifacts’ innovative privacy engine has the potential to revolutionize the app-to-app ecosystem.”