- November 11, 2009
Learn about database scaling from Oracle consultant Don Burleson, who discusses the goals, costs and challenges of scaling an Oracle database in this podcast.
- November 10, 2009
Oracle has rolled out an all-Java open source embedded database with high availability and fault-tolerant capabilities for mission-critical applications.
- November 09, 2009
The European Commission issued its formal statement of objections about the proposed Oracle-Sun deal, and Oracle was quick to respond.
- November 05, 2009
Get tips on ERP project management for an R12 implementation, including ERP organization and staffing, in this second installment of a three-part series on ERP project success.
- October 30, 2009
Users generally like what they see of Oracle's Fusion Applications but have questions about added maintenance and training costs, as well as protecting customized solutions.
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- October 26, 2009
Get started on your ERP project planning with tips on the challenges and steps of an ERP project plan in part one of a three-part series on ERP project success.
- October 22, 2009
Oracle has shipped 38 database fixes affecting 21 products in its most recent Oracle Critical Patch Update (CPU), including three critical security patches for its core database.
- October 21, 2009
Toad Product Manager John Pocknell talks about Toad for Oracle 10 in this podcast, discussing its new features, how it can be used by both DBAs and developers and more.
- October 20, 2009
Oracle launched over a dozen products at OpenWorld including its long-rumored Fusion Applications suite.
- October 15, 2009
Oracle closed out OpenWorld with chairman Larry Ellison debuting its long-awaited Fusion Applications Suite along with a new portal anchored by its Enterprise Manager.
- October 15, 2009
Toad for Oracle product manager John Pocknell discusses what Oracle DBAs and developers can expect in the new Toad for Oracle 10.
- October 14, 2009
Speaking at Oracle's OpenWorld, Dell chairman Michael Dell says Intel chips, virtualization and cloud computing can bring IT significant savings.
- October 13, 2009
Rimini Street's new vice president overseeing maintenance and support for JD Edwards' products discusses plans for global expansion and what strategic guidance he will suggest to users.
- October 13, 2009
Oracle co-presidents both promised tighter integration across the company's widening portfolio of products IT's job easier.
- October 12, 2009
Kicking off OpenWorld 2009, Larry Ellison and Scott McNealy said Oracle-Sun will emerge as stronger competitors to IBM, Microsoft.