Oracle's stewardship has been good for the MySQL database argues Percona CEO Peter Zaitsev.
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Oracle will soon be announcing that it's discontinuing development of its Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Sun Ray software and hardware, and Oracle Virtual Desktop Client product lines.
The last thing Reed Online director of technology Mark Ridley wants to do is run a conventional IT function, delivering services in the traditional way.
The latest release of Java Platform Enterprise Edition has been made available by Oracle today.
Netflix, Openwave Messaging and Ooyala have migrated from Oracle to an enterprise edition of Apache Cassandra. DataStax CEO Billy Bosworth argues more companies and developers will follow.
A drawback of MySQL for high-availability websites should soon be eliminated by the MariaDB fork, according to Michael 'Monty' Widenius, the open-source database's main author.
Oracle has added new features to its mobile development framework, designed to speed up the creation of enterprise apps.
Oracle no doubt got the bang for the big bucks it paid for MySQL via its Sun acquisition. But the original developers of MySQL won't let it die and as developers and customers begin to defect to their increasingly popular MySQL Fork -- MariaDB.
Amazon's Digital Media Development Centre is building new services for streaming video to a wide range of devices. ZDNet went for a tour.
Amazon's plan to add 100 more staff to its Digital Media Development Centre in London will see the company hiring university leavers.
Tech City in East London will get a £50m makeover and a new start-up centre as part of the UK government's plan to turn the area into a world leading technology hub.
Java SE6 users can continue to receive updates and patches for free until February 2013, at least.
For some developers, security is merely an afterthought when it comes to designing software, and organisations could stand to benefit from militarising their networks, according to Oracle's chief security officer.
The aim of Oracle's foray into infrastructure-as-a-service is not to compete with Amazon for new developers, but rather to protect Oracle from losing existing customers to the Seattle cloud giant.
The development centre in Tech City is looking for local talent to help create technology for putting TV shows and other digital media onto PCs, smartphones and games consoles, alongside the Lovefilm and Pushbutton teams.
The company is to open up a new centre near the Barbican, bringing together the teams from Lovefilm and Pushbutton, the Amazon subsidiary that developed Lovefilm's apps for smart TVs, consoles and the iPad
After a long time coming, Oracle Cloud is unveiled as the database giant's entry into the market with a focus on social and custom infrastructure services.
Oracle has released its first versions of the Java Development Kit and JavaFX software development kit for the Mac OS X operating system.JavaFX 2.
Internet telephony service Skype is set to hire 400 people in five cities across the world, with a quarter to be based in London.Microsoft-owned Skype plans to take on 100 employees in London to support the launch of a new technology centre, the company told the BBC on Wednesday.
Developers and London's drivers can find out where congestion is across the capital thanks to real-time information made available by Transport for London on its website and a new twitter feed.The live traffic news website gives people access to the feeds from over 170 cameras across London.
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