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    Oracle Announces Cloud Infrastructure Stack

    Oracle recently published details of the Oracle Optimized Solution for Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure, a set of recommendations and best practices for building Oracle certified private cloud infrastructure stacks. It includes optimized configurations for applications and virtual machine templates.The stacks consist of Sun Blade servers, Oracle Solaris or Oracle Linux, Oracle...

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    Oracle Donates OpenOffice to the Apache Software Foundation

    Oracle announced today that it will contribute the OpenOffice.org code to the Apache Software Foundation, where the free office productivity suite will become part of Apache's incubator program.The announcement comes after a rocky year for OpenOffice, which was largely abandoned by Oracle and turned over to the community, many of...

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    Amazon Launches Oracle in the Cloud

    Amazon has added Oracle to its lineup of Web-based database services in the cloud. Starting today, you can bring up Standard, Standard One or Enterprise Editions of Oracle 11g Release 2 databases, with a variety of licensing and pricing options. This is the first time that you can have a...

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    iPad for Business Round-Up: Adobe Photoshop Touch, Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile and More

    The iPad isn't just a hot new consumer device, it's also an increasingly popular tool for business. Each week we take a look at the new or updated business apps for the iPad, and highlight trends in how tablets are being used in the enterprise.This week week we look at...

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    A Victory for the Community? Oracle Spin Out OpenOffice, but Questions Remain

    Oracle made the announcement today that OpenOffice will become a community project and no longer a commercial endeavor.It's not a surprising move. But it does feel like a victory for the open source community and a sign that Oracle may be easing up a bit on its hard-line stance toward...

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    Weekly Wrap-up: What Tech Obstacles Do Kids Face? Twitter Brand Pages, An iPhone User’s First Days on Android and More…

    Our top story this week was Audrey Watters' report on a survey that asked students how they use technology in the classroom. Almost 300,000 students from kindergarden through 12th grade - along with 43,000 parents, 35,000 teachers, 2,000 librarians, 3,500 administrators - took part in the study.The results show that...

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    What Do Kids Say Is The Biggest Obstacle To Technology At School?

    iPads. Interactive Whiteboards. Netbooks. Video games. Although educational technologies are being implemented more and more in classrooms across the country, we don't often stop and ask students - or their parents - what they think their technology needs are. But the newly-released Speak Up 2010 survey has done just that....

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    Oracle Had a Killer Quarter – What Does That Mean for Open Source in the Cloud?

    Oracle's sales increased 37% to $8.76 billion last quarter, according to Bloomberg. Cloud computing gets some of the credit for the revenue jump, causing a surge of interest in Oracle's databases and a 29% gain in new license sales.Earlier this year David Linthicum wrote a post titled "Amazon's Oracle move...

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    Survey Finds Many in Java Community Worried About Oracle’s Leadership

    We've been chronicling what has been a rather frought six months or so for Java, ever since Oracle filed a lawsuit against Google last summer for copyright infringement in its Android software. That lawsuit has prompted a flurry of responses from Java developers (including observations from the "father of Java"...

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    Hacker Poll: What Do You Think of Oracle’s Decision to Drop Support for Ruby in NetBeans?

    Last week Oracle announced it will discontinue support for Ruby in NetBeans. RedMonk's Michael Coté doesn't think it's a big deal. "NetBeans was a nice tool, but it wasn't the lynch-pin of success for that community," he writes. "There's a wide array of free and commercial tools out there that...

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    Amazon Web Services Lets You Rent Oracle Database Services by the Hour

    According to Analytics Monk the terms "oracle aws" and "amazon rds" have been trending amongst developers over the past few days. So Amazon.com's announcement that Oracle Database 11g will be available as a part of Amazon RDS is either great timing or was already expected. Amazon Web Services users will...

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    Amazon Web Services Lets You Rent Oracle Database Services by the Hour

    According to Analytics Monk the terms "oracle aws" and "amazon rds" have been trending amongst developers over the past few days. So Amazon.com's announcement that Oracle Database 11g will be available as a part of Amazon RDS is either great timing or was already expected. Amazon Web Services users will...

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    EMC Pulls YouTube Video Making Fun of Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and his “Cloud in a Box”

    EMC Greenplum has pulled a YouTube video it produced that depicted Larry Ellison with a gift box tied to the fly of his pants. It was supposed to be a joke about Oracle's "cloud in a box," strategy. Now it has turned out to be an embarrassment and EMC has...

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    This Week in Business Analytics: Oracle Takes on SAP with New Business Intelligence Application, and More

    Last week we took a look at several business analytics related predictions from analysts from Forrester and Gartner. This year's analytics product announcements are off to an interesting start, even if they're not confirming those predictions yet. The main trend we see in the three announcements we're covering this week...

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    Oracle Wins 10 Times More Than the Record Industry Ever Has for Copyright Infringement

    SAP has been ordered to pay $1.3 billion to Oracle - the largest fine ever levied for a copyright infringement case.According to Bloomberg, in 2002, the Recording Industry Association of America was awarded $136 million in a case that involved copying and distributing 1,500 songs by artists including Elvis Presley,...

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    Oracle Announces Release Date for Java 7

    Today, Oracle announced that the Java Development Kit (JDK) 7 will be generally available on July 28, 2011. Yesterday, the company submitted the specs for Java 7 and 8 to the Java Community Process Executive Committee for approval. According to Java Chief architect Mark Reinhold's blog, the "results should be...

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    Oracle Submits Cloud Management APIs to Standards Organization

    Oracle released a private cloud managment API called the Oracle Cloud API to the Oracle Technology Network. today. The specification is available here (PDF). The company also submitted the Oracle Cloud Elemental Resource Model API, a subset of the Oracle Cloud API, to the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) for...

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    Why Oracle Bought E-Commerce Company ATG

    Today Oracle announced its intent to acquire e-commerce company ATG. In addition to typical online retail features, ATG offers analytics, click-to-call and call tracking features that will compliment Oracle's own offerings. Forrester's Suresh Vittal and Altimeter's R "Ray" Wang agree that the move targetsIBM.Although Larry Ellison has been more known...

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    Google Invokes History of Java, Responds to Oracle Lawsuit

    In August, Oracle filed a lawsuit against Google, claiming that its Android software infringes on patents and copyrights related to Java, patents acquired when Oracle purchased Sun Microsystems. And today, Google expanded on its initial comment that the Oracle lawsuit was "baseless," with a detailed response to the lawsuit's claims,...

  • Cloud
    Why the Oracle Exalogic Cloud is Not Elastic

    The concept of the cloud in a box is breaking down as more people come to question how Oracle defines elasticity.At Oracle Open World last week, the company repeatedly stated that its Exalogic machine is elastic as virtualization is built into the system. Each of the 360 cores can be...

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