Oracle database export import and migration
- May 08, 2014
News briefs: Rimini shows their Q1 report; Oracle releases new Customer 2 Cloud service; Oracle looks for Heartbleed security problems.
- March 25, 2011
Given Oracle’s recent announcement that it would stop software development on Itanium, one environmental services company’s decision to move to x86 Linux is timely.
- October 06, 2009
Spurred by a deal that would include DB2 with licenses for SAP products, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. decided Big Blue is better than Oracle.
- September 01, 2009
Oracle released its new 11g R2 database today. But will users embark on an Oracle 11g upgrade? And why should they?
- August 04, 2009
Reacting to Oracle's database price hikes, an open source database vendor unveils a migration program to keep costs down.
- May 03, 2007
Oracle book author Mike Ault talks about the upcoming Oracle Database 11g's new SQL replay and memory management capabilities.
- March 20, 2007
Oracle Database 11g will offer new automated management features that should allow DBAs to concentrate on more strategic issues. We talked to an Oracle honcho to find out more.
- January 17, 2007
Oracle Database expert Brian Peasland explains why he has little use for the planned XML upgrades in Database 11g and offers advice for DBAs hoping to get certification.
- December 12, 2006
The latest version of Oracle's flagship DBMS offers a host of XML-related upgrades.
- October 17, 2006
Oracle database guru Mark Townsend talks about the highlights of next week's Oracle OpenWorld show.
- August 22, 2006
Let's find out what how much you really know about Oracle security.
- August 15, 2006
Users respond to a recent column touting the merits of Sybase on Linux over Oracle as a database management system (DBMS). Some say Sybase is easier to manage; others claim Oracle is more stable and more powerful.
- June 20, 2006
Companies need to do more to reduce the amount of database downtime resulting from both planned and unplanned events, a new IOUG survey finds.
- May 30, 2006
NextAction Corp. says it's now "protecting revenue" thanks to a decision to get off Microsoft in favor of Oracle on Suse Linux.
- April 27, 2006
Oracle's new Database Vault and Secure Backup offerings promise to make it easier to avoid internal threats and automate disk-to-tape backup. SearchOracle.com talked to Oracle's Mark Townsend at Collaborate '06 in Nashville to find out more.