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  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Is Oracle looking to kill HP-UX and HP NonStop?

    A recent survey of 450 IT users, almost 95% of them Oracle customers, largely agree that Oracle's announcement to drop development for Intel Itanium was a shot across the bow of HP, one of its main competitors.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Will Oracle reduce how many platforms it supports?

    In a recent survey of 450 IT users, 95% of which were Oracle customers, it's obvious that users feel Oracle's recent Itanium support announcement isn't an isolated incident.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Common traps in Oracle licensing audits

    Oracle license audits are a great opportunity for a company like Oracle to charge you more money. But knowing exactly what happens during an Oracle license audit can help in avoiding those extra fines.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    IT user survey on Oracle Itanium announcement

    Gabriel Consulting Group recently asked 450 IT personnel, almost 95% of which are Oracle customers, what they thought about Oracle's announcement to drop development for Intel's Itanium chip.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Will Oracle now hike support costs for Itanium customers?

    In a recent survey of 450 IT pros, 95% of them Oracle customers, nearly two-thirds said Oracle will now jack up support costs for Itanium customers now that it will no longer support development for the platform.

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  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Do Oracle users believe Intel's Itanium roadmap?

    A recent survey by Gabriel Consulting Group asked 450 IT users, 95% of them Oracle users, whether they believed Intel's own roadmap for its Itanium processor.

  • April 26, 2011 26 Apr'11

    Is Oracle pushing customers to adopt Oracle hardware?

    In a recent survey of 450 IT pros, 95% of which were Oracle customers, almost four-fifths felt that Oracle's announcement to drop development support of Intel Itanium was a first step in pushing customers toward Oracle hardware.

  • April 22, 2011 22 Apr'11

    Book: Achieving Extreme Performance with Oracle Exadata

    Rick Greenwald, director of Oracle partner enablement, talks about Achieving Extreme Performance with Oracle Exadata – a new book that he co-wrote.

  • April 19, 2011 19 Apr'11

    Beware the Oracle license audit

    Undergoing an Oracle license audit is no picnic. There are several ways they start, and reasons why Oracle is so aggressive with them.

  • April 14, 2011 14 Apr'11

    Oracle Fusion Applications goes live, but are customers ready for it?

    After six years in development, Oracle Fusion Applications is actually running live in customers’ production environments. But is it ready for prime time?

  • April 13, 2011 13 Apr'11

    Five goals for implementing Oracle Business Intelligence Applications

    Selecting the right approach and handling change management are two of the five important topics when installing Oracle Business Intelligence Applications (OBIA), according to one BI consultant.

  • April 12, 2011 12 Apr'11

    Despite lingering skepticism, Oracle soldiers on with MySQL

    Oracle has announced a MySQL 5.6 development release and continues to proclaim its dedication to the open source database platform, despite ongoing skepticism.

  • April 08, 2011 08 Apr'11

    Oracle Sun enterprise server hardware guide

    Knowing what hardware works best for your Oracle databases, middleware and applications is key to optimizing performance. This Oracle Sun enterprise server hardware guide should help you on your way.

  • April 08, 2011 08 Apr'11

    Oracle Exadata server guide

    Read everything you want to know about Oracle Exadata: specs, news stories, opinion columns, and videos from customers.

  • April 08, 2011 08 Apr'11

    Oracle Exalogic server guide

    Oracle Exalogic is the company's "cloud in a box." This guide gives all the details you need to know on Exalogic, including a breakdown from one of its VPs, hardware specs, news stories on the product and opinions on how it works.

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