- April 07, 2005
Performance tuning expert Gaja Krishna Vaidyanatha wants to help DBAs who suffer from what he calls "Compulsive Tuning Disorder" (CTD). Vaidyanatha, owner of consulting firm DBPerfMan.com and an author of ...
- April 05, 2005
MLT Vacations managed to save a cool million with the help of Linux and Oracle apps in a decidedly chilly travel environment.
- March 30, 2005
Oracle's acquisition of identity management firm Oblix is meant to help the company build a bridge between its database and business applications offerings.
- March 15, 2005
New research from IDC has Oracle retaining its number one spot in the DBMS market, but threats to its current position are mounting.
- 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.
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- March 08, 2005
Oracle is a leading member of the newly created CMEI Working Group, whose goal is to assist customers in creating a global framework for managing electronic information.
- March 02, 2005
For a small Seattle startup, the future rests on a new invention designed to make data management easy on the eyes -- and the minds -- of DBAs.
- March 01, 2005
A new Yankee Group survey sheds light on PeopleSoft users' post merger plans.
- February 17, 2005
BOSTON -- It's been more than two months since Oracle, Dell, EMC and Intel announced Project MegaGrid, a collaborative effort to develop a standard approach to building and deploying an enterprise grid computing infrastructure with ...
- February 16, 2005
Oracle Corp. and Red Hat held a joint press conference Tuesday to highlight their partnership.
- February 15, 2005
Oracle Corp. is opening a Linux lab to conduct internal testing of its software on the Red Hat and Novell SuSE Linux operating systems, as well as the mainline Linux kernel.
- January 21, 2005
SearchOracle.com's home page has been redesigned. Here's a quick overview of the changes.
- January 19, 2005
SAP is acquiring a third-party support provider of PeopleSoft and JD Edwards customers in an attempt to draw them away from Oracle Corp.
- January 18, 2005
Oracle Corp. CEO Larry Ellison today announced Project Fusion, a combination applications suite blending Oracle and PeopleSoft products.
- January 18, 2005
Oracle is launching its new applications division today with an event at its corporate headquarters where executives will lay out how they are combining staff and product lines from newly acquired PeopleSoft Inc.