Posts Tagged ‘Oracle’

 

Amazon Web Services cuts relational database prices

Price cuts for AWS' MySQL, Oracle and SQL Server services highlight how the cloud computing war revolves around pricing and scale.

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Oracle launches line of on-premise IaaS systems

Oracle has launched a set of infrastructure-as-a-service systems that companies can run in-house and pay for on a monthly basis, a project the company announced at OpenWorld in September.

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Technology Focus: 5 Takeaways From Tech Earnings

The flood of technology corporate earnings report has ebbed, with the usual number of surprises. Still, if investors had paid attention to the out-of-cycle reports from leaders like Hewlett-Packard Co. , Oracle , the No. 1 database developer, and Cisco Systems Inc. , the No.

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Bits Blog: Open vs. Closed: The Cloud Wars

Tech's new battleground pits young companies built for cloud computing against the likes of Oracle and Hewlett-Packard.

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Oracle: Java upgrades still worthwhile despite postponed features

Java EE 7 and Java SE 8 will offer new capabilities in JavaScript programming and multicore processors, but PaaS cloud enhancements have been deferred

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Oracle Releases New Commercial Extensions for MySQL Enterprise Edition

Today, at its inaugural MySQL Connect conference at Oracle OpenWorld , Oracle announced new commercial extensions for MySQL Enterprise Edition , delivering enhanced security and high availability options to customers.

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Amazon adds more features to Oracle database in the cloud

Amazon Web Services has announced four new features for Amazon RDS for Oracle, including the ability to run the database in a private cloud, the company said on Thursday.

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Oracle adds enterprise social platform to cloud strategy

In a major strategy update, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has announced the Oracle Cloud Social Services, an enterprise social platform offering.

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Stephen Van Lare Joins 41st Parameter as VP of Engineering to Accelerate Development of Online Advertising and Fraud

Former Oracle VP to Lead Engineering Team and Continue Aggressive Hiring in Silicon Valley and Scottsdale Locations

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Judge clears Google of Java copyright infringement

A U.S. judge has ruled that the Java application programming interfaces used in Android are not protected by copyright, marking a defeat for Oracle in its high-stakes lawsuit against Google.

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