- 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.”
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- July 12, 2011
The new Oracle Exadata storage expansion racks may be able to ease storage-based performance bottlenecks, but the full rack comes with a seven-figure list price.
- July 07, 2011
ResCare turned to Oracle BI to improve the way it collected more than 60 business metrics, compiling and distributing them eight weeks after each fiscal quarter.
- June 29, 2011
Sarah Novotny, a MySQL expert and chair of the MySQL advisory council of the IOUG, talks in this podcast about MySQL high availability.
- June 22, 2011
Oracle recently announced changes for the storage management features of Oracle Database, leaving some Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) users wondering if Oracle is pulling support for Red Hat.
- June 16, 2011
HP has sued Oracle over Oracle's decision to stop software development on Intel Itanium platforms. Here is the legal complaint.
- June 16, 2011
HP's lawsuit against Oracle claims that Oracle's decision to stop development on Itanium platforms violated an implied contract between the two.
- June 15, 2011
Oracle Database performance can get a boost from newer Exadata and Exalogic server appliances, but the database design must still be good.
- June 13, 2011
A recent lawsuit by Montclair State University against Oracle highlights a major issue for users considering Oracle and cloud computing. What is it?
- June 08, 2011
HP is demanding that Oracle reverse its decision to stop development of Oracle on Itanium platforms, saying Oracle is contractually obligated to do so.
- June 07, 2011
Oracle database performance can be affected in many ways at the infrastructure level, including the CPU, RAM, storage topology and networking infrastructure.