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December 9, 2011 by

EMC pulls Hadoop into Greenplum analytics

EMC has wrapped Hadoop into its Greenplum analytics software to create a platform for analysing structured and unstructured data.The Greenplum Unified Analytics Platform (UAP), announced by EMC on Thursday and due for general availability in the first quarter of 2012, mixes the Greenplum database with Hadoop technology from MapR and a social network built for analytics.

October 4, 2011 by

Oracle gets on the big data bandwagon

With its new Big Data Appliance, Oracle has retooled Exadata for big data, developed its own NoSQL database and built software to ease the migration of Hadoop workloads onto its infrastructure

December 7, 2005 by

ZFS vs. Apple X-RAID

At this point you can just go ahead and install the database - and if you've ever been forced to walk through an EMC or Veritas set-up the simplicity here should amaze you

October 1, 2002 by

Oracle, EMC set up joint support center

Database seller Oracle and storage specialist EMC announced they will set up a Joint Service Center with staff from both companies to provide support to their mutual customers, the companies said Monday. There are more than 20,000 systems using products from both companies.

June 19, 2002 by

Freshwater releases SiteScope for Linux

Freshwater Software, a Mercury Interactive subsidiary based in Boulder, Colo., has released a Linux version of its Web site monitoring SiteScope software, the company said this week. The product, previously available to run on Windows and Unix computers, lets system administrators monitor services such as server availability, database-transaction completion, streaming media availability, processor usage and Web site traffic. SiteScope starts at $1,995 and increases according to how many software services are being monitored. Customers using SiteScope to monitor their Web sites include Intel, EMC, America Online, Citibank, Cable & Wireless, Microsoft, Digex and Qualcomm. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News

July 28, 2000 by

EMC gears up to support internet-driven economy

Singapore, 3 Nov 1999 -- EMC Corporation today announced three new initiatives to boost its role as a provider of core infrastructure for tomorrow's Internet-driven economy. Deeper alliance with Oracle -- the two corporations are expanding their four-year alliance toexploit know-how for Internet-based database and storage systems solutions.


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