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Podcast: The latest from Collaborate '06

Independent Oracle User Group President Ari Kaplan and board members Steve Lemme and Tony Jedlinski discuss the latest Oracle news and announcements from Collaborate '06 with News Editor Mark Brunelli.

In this podcast, news editor Mark Brunelli reports from one of the biggest Oracle user conference of the year -- Collaborate '06 in Nashville Tennessee. Joining Brunelli is Independent Oracle User Group President Ari Kaplan and IOUG board members Steve Lemme and Tony R. Jedlinski, who spoke about some of the big Oracle announcements to come out of the show, including Oracle's new pledge to continue developing PeopleSoft, JD Edwards and its other acquisitions. Also discussed is Oracle's new effort to beef up DBMS security with its Oracle Database Vault and Oracle Secure Backup. The group also tackled the question of whether or not it's feasible for Oracle to introduce its own version of the open source Linux operating system.

 

 

  Podcast: Collaborate '06: Interview with IOUG  
  • Download the podcast here: Independent Oracle User Group President Ari Kaplan and board members Steve Lemme and Tony Jedlinski discuss the latest Oracle news and announcements from Collaborate '06 with News Editor Mark Brunelli.

 

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  • Complete Collaborate '06 coverage: Breaking news, analysis and interviews from the new combination of the IOUG, OAUG and Quest conferences.

     

  • Oracle beefs up database security at Collaborate '06: Oracle's new Database Vault and Secure Backup offerings promise to make it easier to avoid internal threats and automate and encrypt disk-to-tape backups.

     

  • Oracle to certify Siebel apps on Fusion Middleware: Oracle outlined plans for extending back office integration to Siebel's front-end systems at the Collaborate conference held this week.

     

  • IOUG: Linux to be top platform for Oracle by next year: The IOUG is kicking off Collaborate '06 by showcasing new survey results which suggest that Linux will soon overtake Sun's Solaris as the top platform for Oracle database deployments.

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