The jury deliberating over Oracle’s claims that Google infringed copyrights protecting Oracle’s Java technology reached a mixed decision.
There is little that can be discussed about Microsoft software licensing without mentioning Software Assurance. And, of course, this applies to virtualization rights. In citing two of the examples above, we now explore Microsoft continues to evolve Software Assurance. In…
At Collaborate, Exadata users reported that the database machine lives up to the performance promised by Oracle, but warned of the advanced skills needed to operate it.
Oracle’s Matthias Pfuetzner and Detlef Drewanz have written a series of blog articles that go through virtualization technologies that can be used with the Oracle stack. I highly recommend them for anyone interested in learning about what Oracle has to offer in Server Virtualization.
You can think about Exadata (formal name: The Oracle Exadata Database Machine) as a “cloud in a box’ that contains a set of prepackaged and optimized database server, storage servers and built in storage networking to support fast transmission of data through fat pipes.