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Just when everyone thinks the DBMS market is mature with 3-4 players (IBM DB2, Oracle, Microsoft SQLServer and  open source players like MySQL and Ingres), we see increased activity in both research and development. Why? The traditional RDBMS market is 25 years old, the pioneering rese...
When is out of the box out of the box? Vendors like Oracle seek to ease vertical application integration with schemes like the Oracle Application Integration Architecture. But a major systems integrator says too much focus on off-the-shelf applications can diminish application business...
Click image to see Cranky Geeks. Today’s Guests: Sebastian Rupley, Co-Crank, PCMagCast.com Chris DiBona, Open Source Program Manager, Google Tom Merritt, Executive Editor, CNET The Topics: Australian ISPs: Net Neutrality is Only a U.S. Problem Sprint Launches WiMAX Network i...
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This week two giants spoke to the technology wave known as cloud computing. Larry Ellison called it a new label on what everyone is doing already. He acknowledged he was going along with it to keep his marketing and sales guys happy, but basically he called bullshit on it. Steve Ballm...
· Please tell us briefly about yourselves. FalconStor Software was founded in 2000 by a team of experts in data protection software solutions. They originally joined forces at Cheyenne Software, where ReiJane Huai, now FalconStor CEO, was chief architect of ARCserve...
SAN FRANCISCO -- X has arrived and it's an appliance.Hyped and kept under wraps for months and promoted here with banners proclaiming, "The X is coming," Oracle CEO Larry Ellison unveiled his company's foray into hardware during a keynote at Oracle OpenWorld.The result of three years o...
Oracle and Intel Corporation today announced that they are collaborating to help accelerate enterprise readiness of cloud computing and make it more... Read more at VMblog.com.
What is in Cloud Computing? Now you can add Oracle Fusion middleware to the list. Plans to make Fusion available via the Amazon Cloud were part of the first day salvo at Oracle Open World in San Francisco.
A new version of TopLink including EclipseLink and TopLink Grid released at Oracle Open World
All the fat cash cows that have bee fetching billions of dollars annually such as Oracle RDBMS, Office apps etc will have to make way to the light-weight apps and dbs. Small footprint VMs, all containarized and secured. Transactional VMs, maybe that's what we'll call them someday inthe...
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 22, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Oracle OpenWorld -- News Facts -- To help customers benefit from the economies of Cloud Computing, Oracle today announced that customers can license Oracle(R) Database 11g ( http://www.oracle.com/dat...
Dimitre Novatchev wrote: > So, I am sure this cannot be achieved with C++ generics, which is > supported entirely at compile time. As for Java, I am not even aware > if it has any generics support at all. So ditch generics and use good old void* or Object. Just because it ...
Compellent Technologies, Inc. (NYSE Arca: CML) today announced support for Oracle(R) VM server virtualization software. Compellent's advanced... Read more at VMblog.com.
News coming out of Oracle OpenWorld: Demonstrating its commitment to help customers increase data center efficiencies and reduce costs, Oracle today... Read more at VMblog.com.
Hi Roger, On Sat, Sep 20, 2008 at 6:20 PM, Costello, Roger L. <[email protected]> wrote: > 1. Are data patterns discovered, or, are data patterns created? > > 2. Are data patterns descriptive, or, are data patterns prescriptive? > > 3. What's the difference between ...
Yes, we have technology for making these systems, but Roger is asking a subtler question: How are discovery and creation different? Patterns are discovered. Sets of named patterns can be created. How do we name names? How is the problem domain named? Who picks the problem?...
I have been toying and observing the markets for quite a while. Back in 2003, I ran a poll calling them mega-megers. HP, Sun, Oracle, Microsoft etc were involved in the poll. I did get quite a few responses then.First lets me tell you why this may happen. Simple as market is consolidat...
With Chan, VP Product Development, also quitting. Investors are extremely anxious what will happen to VMware's IP. after all the brains that made all those softwares is what you need in this extremely hostile market conditions. Analysts have said investors are concerned that more key e...
Pedro Bizarro (Univ of Coimbra in Portugal) reported on the EPTS Use Case workgroup he co-chaired with Dieter Gawlick (Oracle CQL author). Their penultimate use case questionnaire runs to 52 questions, which they think is more than sufficient (or as Pedro said, “for some people, ...
EPTS meeting number 4 started this week with a keynote by Ramin Marzabani on “The Event Processing market from a VC Perspective”. Ramin came across as someone who was “unnaturally happy” for someone who is investing in a startup to compete with not only the like...
Microsoft in the news over various reports about what they are going to do with their odd advertising campaign. John Hodgman clone coming. IBM going extra fast towards 22nm. Nobody has even done 32 nm yet! Rainn Wilson headed to Microsoft meeting. Oracle profit skyrockets, look ...
Forbes has once again released its list of America's richest people and, not surprisingly, Bill Gates topped the list with an estimated wealth of about $57 billion. But Gates isn't alone as the only technology titan on the country's richest people list. On the list again this year ...
Greene was replaced by Paul Maritz, a former Microsoft executive. Maritz addressed attendees at VMware's annual VMworld conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday, and laid out a strategy for the company that focuses on virtual desktop computers, virtual cloud computing and virtual data cente...
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 15, 2008 – Intel Corporation has extended its lead in the high-end server segment, setting new standards in virtualization performance with the launch of seven 45 nanometer (nm)-manufactured IntelÒ XeonÒ Processor 7400 Series products. With up to six processi...
The great feedback we got from the community over the last 2 years helped us to now implement all those feature requests and suggestions how to get better.This major re-write focus on the following design specifications : KIS (keep it simple) run everywhere (support for every linux di...
I spoke to FalconStor guys a few days before the laucnh of the news and will be collaborating with them closely as SRM gaining traction within lots of our Customers across EMEA.For now here's the news:MELVILLE, N.Y., Sept. 15, 2008—FalconStor Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: FALC), the provider...
You know what? You never know what you might find in the DevCentral Forums. Some pretty cool stuff happens in the Solutions Forums - a place to focus on doing interesting things with F5 gear from an application perspective (i.e. Microsoft app, Oracle App, etc.). Here's an interesting o...
I have written about the Query 2.0 and Query 3.0 frameworks. I haven't had the time to do sketch that all out. I soon will.Read my predictions on Query if you need to read more on that.Google is the Query 1.0 leader. Microsoft is planning to up Google's old 1.0 plans with its $ 44 Bn a...
Tagging just sounds wrong to me. To tag sounds like your a hitting one specific point (start tag, end tag, toe tag, tag cloud, tag you are it). Wrapping tags sounds a little better. I like marked up the data best. -Rob On Sep 12, 2008, at 1:27 PM, Jim Melton wrote: > Mayb...
Here is the final installment of my recent interview with host Mike Lippis of the Outlook Series. We have broken the 45 minute podcast interview into five parts for easier reading. This section covers ITKO and concludes the interview. Mike: “Can you share a little background with the a...
Here is the final installment of my recent interview with host Mike Lippis of the Outlook Series. We have broken the 45 minute podcast interview into five parts for easier reading. This section covers ITKO and concludes the interview. Mike: ???Can you share a little background with the...
Maybe I'm showing my age, but I think that "markup" is a noun that specifies additional "stuff" associated with text (or other source material) to indicate how it is to be handled (e.g., formatted, processed, analyzed), while "to mark up" is the verb ...
Saratoga, California – September 12, 2008 – Thinsy Corporation today announced the immediate availability of EnSpeed VMM with LiveSync version 2.0, and EnSpeed VM Orchestrator version 2.0. Storage Intelligence similar to that found in SAN and NAS hardware is built-in, thereby ushering ...
To round out the day's schedule at TechCrunch50, Jason Calacanis interviewed Mark Cuban, the founder Broadcast.com, HDNet, and several other companies. He has also been an angel investor for several startups including SlideShare, Goowy, RedSwoosh, Box.net, Calacanis' own Weblogs, Inc...
For a commercial entity, building an effective open source strategy can be a relatively daunting task. Open Source strategy discussions tend to revolve around licensing. Typical questions are, ”Should we use dual licensing?,” “Should we use GPL or BSD?,” “What are the risks of GPL...
I found a ZDnet article from 2002 that outlined Microsoft's plans to extend ASP.NET to run on Apache, .NET to run on non-MS Operating Systems, and .NET to connect to Oracle.
AccessPlatform 1.0 provides Java persistence using JDO/JPA APIs to a range of datastores including RDBMS, db4o, Excel, LDAP, and XML.
Oracle Corp. yesterday announced the acquisition of SOA performance specialist ClearApp, which provides model-driven management for composite applications built on J2EE middleware, not the least of which is BEA Weblogic, itself recently purchased by hard-charging Oracle.
VMware's executive vice president of research and development has quit the company and taken a job at Oracle, VMware said Tuesday. Richard Sarwal, a longtime Oracle veteran, did not stay at VMware long, having joined the company in December 2007.Source