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July 28, 2011  1:53 PM

OSCON Data attracts upstart DB companies



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Database, MySQL, open source, Oracle

PORTLAND, ORE. -- At OSCON today it became glaringly obvious what the big push at the conference is besides cloud: Data. For the first time, OSCON Data is colocated with the main conference. The event is a gathering for developers...

July 1, 2011  3:45 PM

EnterpriseDB open source database compatibility expands



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Database, EnterpriseDB, HP-UX, Intel Itanium, Microsoft SQL, MySQL, open source, Oracle, PostGreSQL

In another swipe at Oracle, EnterpriseDB has released Postgres Plus Advanced Server 9.0 which includes support for the HP-UX operating environment. This feature is obviously intended to lure...


June 1, 2011  10:40 PM

Oracle passes OpenOffice.org on to the Apache Software Foundation



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Apache, open source, OpenOffice, Oracle, sun microsystems

Oracle has contributed the OpenOffice.org code to the Apache Software Foundation's (ASF) Incubator, marking the end of Oracle ownership of the popular Sun legacy open...


September 7, 2010  6:51 PM

Supreme irony: Google as open source champion



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Enterprise Linux, Google, Java, lawsuit, Linux, Oracle

It’s easy to paint Oracle as the villain in its legal scuffle with Google.

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May 27, 2009  6:38 PM

Readers weigh in on Sun/Oracle impact



Posted by: ITKE
Citrix XenApp, Linux, Novell SUSE, nVidia, OpenSolaris, Oracle, Red Hat, Solaris, sun microsystems, x86

This post was written by News Contributor, Pam Derringer. A May 5 story on SearchEnterpriseLinux.com about the decline of Sun Microsystems and its recent purchase by Oracle Corp. ...


April 21, 2009  6:13 PM

Open source community reacts to Oracle-Sun deal



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Innobase, Java, MySQL, open source, Open source Solaris, Oracle, PostGreSQL, sun microsystems

Yesterday’s news that Oracle had entered an agreement to buy Sun sent a bit of a shock wave through the open source community. After weeks of pondering what an IBM buyout of Sun would mean, the IT community now had an entirely different scenario unfolding. The news was the first thing I...


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