Oracle hosting outsourcing and remote DBAs
- July 03, 2013
The Oracle-Dell deal under which Dell will resell Oracle software makes the death knell for Oracle x86 servers louder.
- September 20, 2010
Larry Ellison opened OpenWorld 2010 offering his definition of cloud, taking shots at Salesforce.com and releasing a complement to Exadata, the Oracle Exalogic "cloud in a box."
- 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.
- December 09, 2008
Two years after dropping Siebel for Rimini Street CRM support, Enable Holdings is confident it made the right decision.
- October 01, 2008
A lab at Harvard Medical School is one of the first customers to test Oracle cloud computing, an initiative Oracle announced last week.
- April 28, 2008
Remote database administration makes sense for some organizations -- and some DBAs -- according to a speaker at Collaborate.
- April 24, 2007
Rich Niemiec identifies three major trends in the Oracle database world: grid computing, Oracle on Linux and the mixed-resource model.
- March 10, 2005
After announcing a counteroffer to SAP's bid for Retek, Oracle is prepared to play the waiting game as the battle for ownership of the retail apps vendor - and stronger control of the worldwide ERP market - heats up.
- December 21, 2004
Marc Hebert, executive vice president of Indian outsourcing firm Sierra Atlantic isn't afraid of controversy. In fact, Hebert said he craves it.
Hebert has been on national television pushing the benefits of offshore outsourcing. A ...
- April 14, 2004
Find out what the future holds for remote DBA firms -- and why they no longer strike fear in the hearts of database professionals.
- February 25, 2004
John I. Haas Inc., a producer of hops and hops products, turned to Oracle Outsourcing when it was drowning in data.
- February 23, 2004
Reflecting the great divide on the merits of offshore outsourcing, SearchOracle.com readers sound off on the most controversial topic within the IT community.
- February 19, 2004
As the popularity of offshore outsourcing grows, many analysts and IT pros agree that U.S. corporations need to do more to protect high-quality workers in danger of losing their jobs.
- November 25, 2003
One Forrester Research analyst is predicting that 30% of U.S. companies will outsource their database operations in the next five years.
- November 24, 2003
In order to protect themselves against offshore outsourcing, database administrators must prove that the best DBAs do a whole lot more than backup and recovery.