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Business intelligence is a rapidly growing sector of IT development and expenditure budgets. Products include financial modeling, data analysis, data mining, reporting and charting tools. The large vendors, Oracle, IBM and Microsoft, all have products in this space and continue to deve...
According to this morning’s WSJ article IBM is considering to acquire Sun for $6.5B.  To some people this will make sense and to others this is of little value. I think the benefit is more for Sun. IBM would gain Sun’s customer base plus $3B in cash reserve. But it will als...
Ah, those were the days, weren’t they? When you needed a way to add security at several layers to your network and application network infrastructure but knew that implementing a solution capable of securing those pesky applications was more than likely going to end up with poor perfor...
Cloudera, the commercial Hadoop(TM) company, today announced that it has closed a $5 million round of Series A financing led by Accel Partners. Founded in late 2008 by leading experts on big data from Facebook, Google, Oracle and Yahoo!, Cloudera's mission is to bring the power of Hado...
Have you ever noticed how DBAs, SAs and developers alike seem to get very attached to their databases in an almost emotional sense? I worked on a feature last month with a DBA who detailed a strategic plan for how to keep Oracle out of the workplace. I su...
Forbes released its list of the world's billionaires and it looks like the U.S. tech billionaires took a pretty hefty hit from the economic crisis. The 40 tech billionaires we identified on the list collectively lost $81.5 billion compared to their standing in last year's list. Th...
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Oracle is sniffing around Virtual Iron for a possible purchase to round out its own virtual
Oracle is sniffing around Virtual Iron for a possible purchase to round out its own virtual
Oracle is sniffing around Virtual Iron for a possible purchase to round out its own virtual
Oracle is sniffing around Virtual Iron for a possible purchase to round out its own virtual
Oracle is sniffing around Virtual Iron for a possible purchase to round out its own virtual
Oracle is sniffing around Virtual Iron for a possible purchase to round out its own virtual
JT has posted his view on rules and decisions and how they relate. Given that James talks more about services than events, I thought it would be worth reviewing his post from both a Complex Event Processing and a TIBCO BusinessEvents event processing platform perspective. [Caveat: we p...
Oracle is sniffing around Virtual Iron for a possible purchase to round out its own virtual
Werysoft is now up and running. Our flagship product, QweryBuilder, is now available for purchase. What is QweryBuilder? QweryBuilder is a database development\query tool. Its purpose is to make accessing data from a database simple, quick, accurate and efficient. QweryBuilder imp...
Oracle is sniffing around Virtual Iron for a possible purchase to round out its own virtual
Bravo, RunMyProcess ! Lors du Forum SaaS/ASP, qui c’est déroulé à Paris le 5 mars 2009, a été décerné le “Trophée ASP et du SaaS 2009”.Il y avait un seul gagnant parmi les six candidats, et c’est la jeune société...
QweryBuilder is almost done and ready to be shipped. I've got a few more things to do on it and it's done. The website, www.Werysoft.com, is pretty much done as well. The order page has been created and is just waiting to be posted. My original goal was to get the product out ...
Oracle announced today its new management capabilities for Oracle(R) VM through the release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 10 g Release 5 (10 g R5).... Read more at VMblog.com.
  ** News Flash ** Award winning PowerBuilder application that saves lives too!  OCRI Health Innovation Award     The Ottawa Heart Institute located in Canada's national capital is not only recognized as a world-wide first class heart institute it...
BEVERLY, MA–(Marketwire - February 23, 2009) - Altova® (http://www.altova.com), creator of XMLSpy®, the industry leading XML editor, recently announced the availability of XMLSpy Version 2009 (v2009). Available as a stand alone product or as part of the Altova MissionKit®, an in...
We all agree at least tacitly on names for most common objects, at least within a local cultural context. Machine processing requires more explicit agreement and generally in much more detail (no hand-waving allowed). Would it be fair to say, where two businesses share the same nam...
Liberty Media threw Sirius XM a lifeline with an 11th hour $530 million loan. If Sirius’s beleaguered balance sheet didn’t tell you everything you’d need to know about how the negotiations went, the terms would. The initial loan of $280 million comes at a steep 15% interest rate, an...
CrazySQuirreL's name has now been changed to QweryBuilder. In addition, I plan on selling copies of it on my companies new website, www.Werysoft.com. Right now I have a Beta version available if you would like to try it out. Just visit the downloads section. This last month has ...
We are into month 2 of the year 2009.  January was exciting with the new president Obama’s inauguration. The last two months since the election victory were painful with a lame-duck president and an economic crisis getting worse with each passing day. Someone said referring to th...
NextReports is an Ad Hoc Query and Reporting tool. NextReports can connect to popular databases like oracle, mysql, microsoft sql server, derby.
Stephen Spector announced on the official Xen blog that the final agenda for Xen Summit at Oracle is now available . The abstracts are also available Read more at VMblog.com.
While the vast majority of folks are still debating what is or is not "cloud computing", there are already groups trying to get ahead of the curve by focusing on broader issues such as interoperability and portability. Indeed, by addressing the potential pitfalls associated with portab...
Altova® is pleased to announce general availability Version 2009 of its MissionKit XML, database, and UML tools. Just a few of the many new features include:   * Comprehensive XBRL support: editing, validating, transforming & rendering * Support for transformi...
Searching for a job can suck if you constrain yourself to the typical tools such as online jobs boards, trade publications, CraigsList, and networking with only your close friends. In these kinds of times, you need to use all the...
I've been struggling for sometime now on coming up with a good company and product name. I've got a database development tool that is currently named CrazySQuirreL. It can be downloaded at iCrazySQL.com. I'm currently adding support for Oracle database connections. After I...
Established enterprise software makers like Microsoft, Oracle and SAP are moving into the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) space, giving it more legitimacy than companies like Salesforce.com and Google have produced for CIO's and others deciding whether to adopt this method of software d...
Established enterprise software makers like Microsoft, Oracle and SAP are moving into the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) space, giving it more legitimacy than companies like Salesforce.com and Google have produced for CIO's and others deciding whether to adopt this method of software d...
Established enterprise software makers like Microsoft, Oracle and SAP are moving into the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) space, giving it more legitimacy than companies like Salesforce.com and Google have produced for CIO's and others deciding whether to adopt this method of software d...
After layoff activity in the tech industry quieted down around the holidays, it's come back with a vengeance in January. According to our Layoff Tracker, 80,076 job eliminations have been announced or completed since the beginning of the year. The total number of tech layoffs since...
I've got a very short list of things to do before I have full support for Oracle in CrazySQL. Tonight I'll be implementing the table and view DDL extracts. Yesterday I added extracts for packages, package bodies, triggers and procedures. Yesterday I was also able to get the au...
When Oracle bought BEA it gained Tuxedo, a distributed-systems transaction processing monitor (TPM). Tuxedo can serve for mainframe integration and re-hosting; Tuxedo TPM in its first Oracle rev gains support for Service Component Architecture (SCA), said to bring a higher-level view t...
I just started adding support for Oracle database connections in CrazySQuirreL. So far it seems to be going quite well. I've got the Criteria Query and Graphic Query window done. I'm currently working on the Object Browser. Once I get the object browser done I should have all ...
The post from Anne Thomas Manes on the end of SOA has caused a bit of ruckus in the IT world over the past week or so.  Folks from eWeek and ebizq have all blogged in response to this, as well as the numerous comments from everybody in response to these postings and I figured [...]