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  • Red Hat improves JBoss Java enterprise rules management

    Red Hat continues its move up the middleware stack, improving its basic rules engine, and launching rules authoring tools to open the doors of rules development to business analysts. JBoss Rules builds on open-source Drools.

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  • Importing Oracle data from Unix to Windows

    I want to import data in Oracle on Windows. The export (dump) file is taken from Oracle running on Unix. Please advise.

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  • Oracle highlights Red Hat partnership

    Oracle Corp. and Red Hat held a joint press conference Tuesday to highlight their partnership.

    searchsecurity21,495 pointsBadges:
  • Linux, security skills projected hot in 2005

    IT workers looking to improve their standing in the job market should look to open source, Web services and security-related skill and certification sets, according to recent research.

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  • The road less traveled: Unix to Linux

    A Colorado natural gas company says their move from Unix to Linux was the right one.

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  • PolyServe boasts Linux/Oracle 9i RAC results

    Linux scored another victory this week, when the data clustering software company PolyServe produced test results showing the power of the open-source platform and Oracle 9i Real Application Clusters (RAC).

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  • Troubled vendor targets SAP customers with Linux servers

    Silicon Graphics is teaming up with a consulting firm to target SAP customers migrating off mainframe platforms.

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  • Oracle support of Red Hat Enterprise Linux in question

    Oracle recently announced changes for the storage management features of Oracle Database, leaving some Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) users wondering if Oracle is pulling support for Red Hat.

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  • IOUG: Linux to be top platform for Oracle by next year

    The IOUG is kicking off Collaborate '06 by showcasing new survey results which suggest that Linux will soon overtake Sun's Solaris as the top platform for Oracle database deployments.

    Brunola3,910 pointsBadges:

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