- September 13, 2010
Oracle has upgraded its GoldenGate and Data Integrator data integration systems software with an eye to accommodating more heterogeneous data.
- September 07, 2010
Former HP CEO Mark Hurd brings much needed hardware experience to his new job as co-president of Oracle, but most customers don't tune in closely to the game of musical chairs being played in the executive suite.
- September 01, 2010
Floyd Teter, vice president of the Oracle Applications User Group, talks about the upcoming Oracle OpenWorld 2010 in September, including anticipated sessions and product releases.
- August 26, 2010
Six months after the Oracle-Sun deal, end users say it’s too early to say where Oracle MySQL is going. But one thing is certain: If it goes nowhere, they’ll quickly go elsewhere.
- August 19, 2010
USANA Health Sciences tackled three key business issues when it performed an Oracle E-Business Suite upgrade: third-party integration, employee turnover and new software modules.
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- August 18, 2010
A recent survey of more than 400 SearchOracle.com readers found that third-party Oracle application support is growing in popularity, mainly due to cost savings.
- August 17, 2010
A recently leaked internal Oracle memo has some OpenSolaris fans saying it means the death of OpenSolaris, but not all Solaris users are feeling so glum.
- August 09, 2010
Oracle won’t support Oracle RAC on VMware at all, largely for political and outdated technical reasons, according to end users, consultants and vendors.
- August 09, 2010
With Oracle RAC and VMware both growing in popularity, end users might be tempted to combine the two. So what are the pros and cons of running Oracle RAC on VMware?
- July 27, 2010
Oracle president Charles Phillips said the company could spend $70 billion on acquisitions in the next five years. The next day, a company spokeswoman said that wasn’t the case. So what’s going on?
- July 08, 2010
While the first version of Oracle Exadata generated only a handful of customers, Version 2 has lured customers into spending millions to buy it. But what’s so special about it?
- June 29, 2010
Oracle painted a pretty picture of its first full quarter with the Oracle-Sun merger under its thumb. But the reality doesn’t entirely jibe with that picture of the Oracle-Sun merger.
- June 29, 2010
Oracle has released new Oracle-Sun x86 hardware, including six servers based on Xeon processors that Intel introduced three months ago.
- June 24, 2010
With Oracle due to post important fiscal numbers today, end users debate the future of Sun technologies, including Sparc and Solaris.
- June 17, 2010
The federal government says Oracle failed to disclose deep discounts it gave to commercial customers. The cost? Perhaps more than $100 million.