Oracle has announced the Virtual Compute Appliance, a software and hardware stack designed to be able to support easy deployments of applications on virtualised infrastructure.
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Oracle's latest X3-2 supports virtualization and the hardware lists for $50,000. Application costs will vary.
The updates will make it easier to manage fast-moving and voluminous data, Oracle claims.
Conversation with Pete Manca, CEO of Egenera, about the why Egenera acquired Fort Technologies
A California superior court finds for HP in the ongoing litigation with Oracle relating to the Intel Itanium platform.
The Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software 2.0 technology eases the process of running private clouds on Oracle's Exalogic engineered systems
HP's new Gemini server marks a new phase in the company's low-power server push, with the unexpected use of Intel-based chips instead of the ARM-based ones it kicked off with
Openlab, a collaboration between CERN and five companies to develop technology to underpin the Large Hadron Collider experiment, will next concentrate on challenges such as cloud computing.Openlab, which involves collaborative research between CERN and HP, Huawei, Intel, Oracle, and Siemens, officially went into its fourth phase on Wednesday.
HP and Oracle both seek a pretrial win in the upcoming Itanium case, over whether Oracle can end its software support for the heavy-duty Intel chip.
Oracle today released its Enterprise Kernel Release 2 for Oracle Linux that features support for the mainline Linux 3 and btrfs and reportedly offers fastest performance on Intel systems. Linux Containers and DTrace are also offered as technology previews but not commercially supported
HP has unveiled a project to bring two disparate chip architectures closer together, announcing some high-end x86-based servers while also working some of its high-end features for Itanium into x86 software
HP and Intel have a "secret" deal to keep Itanium alive, Oracle has alleged.The claim, part of an ongoing legal battle between Oracle and HP, was filed on Friday with the Superior Court of the State of California.
Oracle is making a big data appliance push, but the pieces are still coming together.
The newly-announced Oracle Big Data Appliance will take NoSQL and Hadoop and commercialize them for cloud-powered big data analytics.
Oracle has added to its Exa- family of products with an in-memory integrated hardware and software appliance, designed to support low-latency high-throughput data analytics
Database hardware cluster in a box for the mid-market
Oracle has introduced a new Database Appliance, which appears to be a play on the small to mid-sized business market.
Oracle has brought out expansion racks for its Exadata Database Machine to provide backups and additional processing capacity for data analytics on the appliance.The expansion racks, which went on sale on Tuesday, provide extra storage capacity and processing power for any of the X2-2 and X2-8 appliances.
Hewlett-Packard said that it has filed a civil lawsuit in California forcing Oracle to support its Itanium platform.
The company says Oracle has broken a contract with HP by cancelling support for its software on Intel's Itanium microprocessor, and it wants the court to force Oracle to change policy
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