Oracle grid computing
- May 27, 2011
Here is a sample chapter from Oracle Database 11g R2 High Availability, a new book from Oracle Press.
- May 27, 2011
Scott Jesse, senior manager for Oracle RAC customer support, discusses Oracle Database 11g Release 2 High Availability, a book he co-wrote this year.
- 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.
- September 01, 2009
Oracle released its new 11g R2 database today. But will users embark on an Oracle 11g upgrade? And why should they?
- April 24, 2009
SearchOracle.com talks with Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) president Ian Abramson about what to expect at the 2009 Collaborate conference, the annual conference for Oracle applications and technology users.
- February 07, 2008
Cellnet+Hunt is using an Oracle Grid Computing infrastructure to help improve service at more than 500 electric, gas and water utilities.
- August 14, 2007
Oracle Database 11g for Linux is now available for download.
- July 18, 2007
Oracle RAC and other clustering solutions are in wide use, but adoption of grid computing is still slow amid fears of high cost and complexity, a new IOUG survey finds.
- April 24, 2007
Rich Niemiec identifies three major trends in the Oracle database world: grid computing, Oracle on Linux and the mixed-resource model.
- April 06, 2007
Another Lessons Learned series is complete. Now try your hand at this short quiz on Oracle 10g and grid computing.
- March 23, 2007
Oracle is buying yet another company -- Somerville, Mass.-based Tangosol Inc.
- January 25, 2007
This special report features breaking news and analysis on Oracle's Linux-related developments, as well as tips and advice on working with Oracle on the Linux operating system.
- January 22, 2007
Oracle is beefing up its support program for Red Hat Linux users with the new Oracle Management Pack for Linux.
- August 09, 2006
Oracle and SAP's very different approaches to service-oriented architecture (SOA) highlight a major problem faced by IT organizations everywhere.
- May 30, 2006
Availability is a hot-button issue with DBAs these days -- users want more of their data available more of the time. You can achieve this through grid computing and Oracle's Real Application Clusters (RAC). This spotlight includes breaking news on ...