- May 11, 2010
Quest has released Toad Extension for Visual studio, a new database schema provider to improve Oracle database development.
- May 04, 2010
Scared to touch a fresh PeopleSoft upgrade for years, Duke Energy finally bit the bullet and moved to 8.9. A new financial data hub helped ease the transition.
- April 27, 2010
Green computing virtualization initiatives can work, but building a virtualization software strategy in an Oracle shop demands a careful assessment of the existing infrastructure.
- April 22, 2010
Database pros say Oracle’s licensing and support policies for Oracle on VMware are still a pain point, mainly because Oracle considers VMware to be “soft partitioning.”
- April 20, 2010
Oracle continued to press its stack message of integrated applications, middleware, database and hardware, but some Collaborate attendees have heard it before.
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- April 15, 2010
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- April 14, 2010
Speaking to a gathering of open source database users, Oracle's chief architect said the company remains committed to MySQL.
- April 09, 2010
Oracle’s latest corporate performance management (CPM) release includes better integration with Excel to increase user adoption.
- March 29, 2010
Rimini Street has filed a countersuit against Oracle, calling Oracle's practices "anticompetitive."
- March 25, 2010
Oracle’s virtualization support policy is just one of several virtualization-related considerations Oracle is facing as it works to integrate Sun’s technology and customer base.
- March 25, 2010
In this Oracle grid computing and cloud computing special report, learn about the difference between grid and cloud computing, the cloud and grid products that Oracle offers and users’ future plans for adoption.
- March 18, 2010
Oracle has backed up its promise to support Sun environments with the delivery of Oracle lifecycle management software for Sun’s Sparc and Solaris products.
- March 15, 2010
Improved versions of Oracle’s Imaging and Process Management and Forms Recognition software helps speed and integrate business processes and improve information access.
- March 11, 2010
Thanks to modular software like SAP’s Business Suite 7 and Oracle’s upcoming Fusion applications, some users are again spending on enterprise applications.
- March 02, 2010
With acquisitions, bankruptcies and other breakups thinning the ranks of larger organizations with JD Edwards support, some users are turning to smaller organizations for support in both the U.S. and offshore.