Eye on Oracle:

April, 2010

April 21, 2010  5:09 PM

Oracle apps fuel Air Force combat system


By Mark Fontecchio

LAS VEGAS – The U.S. Air Force is on the verge of deploying a small part of a new combat support system. Supported by Oracle EBS and OBIEE, the system is meant to streamline supply chain logistics for, among other things, fighter pilots engaging in combat...

April 20, 2010  7:33 PM

Oracle database security and compliance: Are you doing enough?

Shayna Garlick Shayna Garlick Profile: Shayna Garlick

When you think about security, is protecting the privacy of your customers and the security of your data at the top of your list of concerns? You might be quick to answer yes, but CTO Ron Ben Natan said in his session at the Collaborate '10 conference on Monday that for most people, compliance...

April 19, 2010  6:20 PM

Oracle Collaborate ’10: More questions, more needs, fewer resources

Barney Beal Barney Beal Profile: Barney Beal

A few days before the start of Collaborate, the annual Oracle user show being held this year in Las Vegas, the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) released some data from a survey of 381 of its members. The results were not terribly surprising. To name a few: Virtualization efforts are being...

April 12, 2010  6:36 PM

Gosling leaves Oracle – will Java follow?

Shayna Garlick Shayna Garlick Profile: Shayna Garlick

We recently examined the increasingly optimistic future of MySQL and Java now that they're in Oracle's hands, especially as the two open source products have just been

April 7, 2010  1:35 PM

Oracle and Sun: Read the fine print

Barney Beal Barney Beal Profile: Barney Beal

If you tuned in to Oracle's four-hour webcast on its plans for Sun in the wake of the acquisition, you may have strained to hear what

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