- September 26, 2011
Oracle’s new Sparc server has up to 16 of the new eight-core Sparc T4 chips, but analysts wonder whether it will be enough to keep the Sparc install base interested.
- September 26, 2011
New features of Toad for Oracle include more automated code analysis, allowing read-only access to production databases and reporting across all managed databases.
- September 21, 2011
The Oracle Database Appliance is a 4U, two-node RAC server appliance seen by experts as a more affordable entry point toward Exadata, but it doesn’t have nearly as many features.
- September 19, 2011
Experts at a recent user group meeting told the audience that Oracle forgets too often about longtime customers, doesn’t provide the level of support it should and often has too high a cost.
- September 13, 2011
Oracle has added the upcoming Sparc T4 chip to its processor core factor table, and what it says has some wondering whether Oracle is playing games to get people to adopt Sun hardware.
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- September 07, 2011
Oracle and Google have agreed to try mediation under a federal judge magistrate in their civil case over Google’s use of Java in its Android mobile devices. Private mediation has thus far failed.
- September 06, 2011
Three Oracle experts - Rich Niemiec, Raymond Payne and Ian Abramson - weigh-in on Oracle Exalogic, the company's so-called "cloud in a box."
- August 31, 2011
According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, U.S. officials are investigating Oracle for bribing foreign government officials to win business there.
- August 29, 2011
Ian Abramson, Kirby Miner and Jordan Braunstein all opine on Oracle’s place in the cloud computing market and share their experiences with the company’s cloud technology.
- August 17, 2011
Experts Alex Gorbachev of Pythian and John Appleby of Bluefin Solutions debate the merits of Oracle Exadata and SAP HANA.
- August 11, 2011
A recent Oracle Applications Users Group meeting on business intelligence and enterprise performance management shows that integration is still a big issue.
- August 04, 2011
Rosendin Electric, a major national electrical contractor, goes with software from a familiar vendor to improve its procure-to-pay process.
- July 26, 2011
Oracle Fusion Applications are out -- or are very close to being there -- and so it’s time for most Oracle shops to start thinking about how Fusion might fit in their application infrastructures.
- July 18, 2011
It may not seem like Oracle Fusion Applications are generally available, but they’re out there, as is their price list.
- July 13, 2011
SAP will argue for a new trial in its legal battle against Oracle, saying the jury’s $1.3 billion verdict in the TomorrowNow case was a “miscarriage of justice.”