- November 01, 2017
The news out of Oracle OpenWorld 2017 mostly involved updates to Oracle's cloud services. This guide pulls together coverage of the conference from several TechTarget websites.
- October 25, 2017
Oracle is employing a new autonomous database as part of its drive to the cloud. The technology relies on machine learning, but the actual effect is more evolutionary than revolutionary.
- October 12, 2017
With large data breaches such as the one at Equifax raising concerns about unprotected data, Oracle has strengthened its cloud security features in an effort to ease the minds of IT pros.
- October 09, 2017
The Equifax Struts breakdown forms the backdrop for the Oracle machine learning and analytics moves considered in this Talking Data podcast.
- October 03, 2017
Advanced machine learning is set to drive Oracle Database to success in the cloud, founder Larry Ellison claims. But the upcoming Oracle 18c isn't a threat to DBA job security, he says.
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- September 21, 2017
From 'Bring Your Own License' to Universal Credits, are the recent changes Oracle made to its cloud pricing model enough to compete with AWS?
- September 19, 2017
After a round of layoffs to its Solaris division, it appears Oracle is phasing out its hardware portfolio and continuing to focus on the cloud.
- August 24, 2017
Following competitors Microsoft Azure and IBM, Oracle plans to release its Blockchain Cloud Service in an effort to give cloud users a higher level of security.
- August 03, 2017
While Oracle Cloud apps are getting a new update, the company says it isn't leaving its on-premises EBS customers behind.
- April 17, 2017
Several companies are augmenting their Oracle database workloads with NoSQL Cassandra. Why?
- April 04, 2017
Vitamix had Oracle E-Business Suite up and running in 18 months. The blender maker's director of IT details ways to address six challenges you may face when implementing Oracle EBS.
- April 04, 2017
The amount of documentation required for a successful upgrade to Oracle EBS 12.2.5 is daunting. An experienced DBA offers pointers to ensure that the upgrade goes smoothly.
- March 24, 2017
Attendees at Oracle Collaborate 17 have plenty of sessions to choose from, with topics ranging from business analytics to hybrid cloud. We've highlighted a few of those sessions.
- February 01, 2017
Oracle has updated its cloud licensing policy, and the result doubles the processor license requirements for customers on the AWS and Azure platforms.
- January 24, 2017
Cutbacks in hardware and support staffing for Solaris and Sparc accompany large investments in Oracle cloud offerings. However, a new roadmap pledges continued support into the 2030s.