Eye on Oracle:

December, 2010


December 22, 2010  3:27 PM

Amazon offers more Oracle apps in the cloud

Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
Oracle cloud computing, Oracle Exalogic

Amazon Web Services has announced that it will offer more Oracle applications in its Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), including several versions of PeopleSoft, E-Business Suite and JD Edwards. Here's the...

December 15, 2010  3:30 PM

An Oracle software licensing quoter

Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
Oracle software licensing

On Tuesday we ran a column by Eric Guyer, a consultant for Forsythe, on Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud. Now I'd like to point you to a little widget he put together for

December 8, 2010  3:03 PM

New Oracle-Sun blade servers geared for virtualization

Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
blade servers, Oracle server hardware, Sparc

Oracle today rolled out two new blade servers. One is an Intel Xeon-based blade, while the other has Sparc T3 processors. Here are the specs: Intel Xeon blade (Sun Blade...

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December 2, 2010  2:41 PM

Gartner: Oracle only major server vendor to see drop in revenue, but who cares?

Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
Oracle server hardware

According to the most recent Gartner worldwide server numbers, Oracle was the only major server vendor to see a year-over-year server revenue drop in the third calendar quarter. Take a look: Table 1 Worldwide: Server Vendor...

December 1, 2010  3:07 PM

Is Oracle Tutor worth the premium over Microsoft Word?

Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
Oracle applications, Oracle Tutor, process documentation

Some might ask what the difference is between Oracle Tutor, its process and procedure documentation software, and a simple program like Microsoft Word. In other words, why use Tutor to write a company handbook when you can just do it in Word? Earlier this month, Oracle rolled out


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