Oracle to Release 88 Security Fixes Next Week
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 13, 2012
The patches will address vulnerabilities in Oracle databases, Fusion Middleware, MySQL, Siebel CRM, PeopleSoft and other applications.
Tags: MySQL, database, Oracle, security, bugs, Solaris, patch, vulnerabilities, Fusion Middleware, Glassfish, Siebel CRM
Oracle Affirms Unix Commitment with Solaris 11 Release
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 09, 2011
Serious operating system debuts as Oracle exec declares that Oracle is "not a toy company."
Tags: Oracle, virtualization, Solaris, Unix, Mark Hurd
Oracle Updates Linux, Sticks with Intel and Promises Solaris
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published October 05, 2011
Oracle doesn't really want its Intel business to go to zero, despite comments made by Larry Ellison last week.
Tags: database, Linux, Oracle, Intel, Solaris
Oracle and Solaris: What's the Future?
By Paul Rubens | Article Published September 07, 2010
With Solaris and OpenSolaris now under Oracle's control, where are these two OSes headed?
Tags: open source, Oracle, open source server, Solaris, OpenSolaris
Solaris: Should You Stay Loyal?
By Charlie Schluting | Article Published June 21, 2010
Oracle wants Solaris to remain viable, particularly as a database platform, but will the OS continue to develop new tools?
Tags: data storage, database, Sun Microsystems, Solaris, database administration
Oracle Pushes Linux -- Full Force
By Paul Rubens | Article Published April 06, 2010
One might expect Oracle to be doing everything in its power to discourage customers from moving away from UNIX. Yet the company seems determined to hawk Linux.
Tags: Linux, Oracle, Sun, Solaris, Unix
Sun Deal Complete, Oracle Says 'We're Hiring'
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published January 28, 2010
Oracle's CEO Larry Ellison said the number of Sun layoffs will be minimal and offset by new hires. The fate of Sun's 'Rock' processor was also disclosed.
Tags: MySQL, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Solaris, Larry Ellison