Today's quarterly update affects over 100 versions of 44 products including the Oracle database, Java and PeopleSoft Enterprise.
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47 Oracle products to be patched on Patch Tuesday, with a total of 147 vulnerability fixes, 85 of them for flaws which are remotely-exploitable without authentication.
The CRM and platform-as-a-service provider is to launch Database.com, an enterprise-grade, on-demand database product
VMforce is to provide a ready-made, customisable environment for building and deploying 'Cloud 2' enterprise Java applications
The latest and greatest version of the Oracle database, 11g Release 2, was made available recently and as the resident technical person, it fell to me to take it for a spin. Little did I realise the hell that I had just walked into.
The Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) today commenced monitoring Oracle's proposed US$7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
Support for Java and cron jobs, and database mobility improvements headline an update to Google's App Engine announced by the search giant.
Support for Java and cron jobs, and database mobility improvements headline an update to Google's App Engine announced by the search giant today.
Security experts understand that a prototype centralized database has been built, to test whether all U.K. citizens' communications information can be stored.
According to the Home Office, no prototype database has been built by either the Home Office or the intelligence services, to test whether all UK citizens' communications information can be stored.As part of the Interception Modernisation Programme (IMP), the government has been considering whether to propose a centralised database to store the traffic details of all communications of all UK citizens.
DataDirect’s latest Connect 4.0 database drivers for Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) have been released in a new standard format that the company says will support application failover in any database, for the first time.
We've seen lots of tools move toward sunsetting via the open source route, but OpenRoad may have lasting appeal. Developers say it's twice as fast as Java tools for database centric apps. Those apps can be n-tier, or client-server. And MySQL nor Postgres have anything quite like it, so that may drive wider community involvement in the Empire community.
I spent the day at a conference sponsored by our SIS developer. The food was excellent, which is always a solid barometer for conference success and I learned that I've forgotten too much java (X2's Aspen SIS largely uses java to interact with the relational database that sits on its back end) and really need to get back into programming this summer.
Java DB is a lightweight, standards-based database management system that is written completely in Java and can be embedded into applications.
Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Hacker finds 492,000 unprotected Oracle, SQL database servers. Apple monster update fixes 41 Mac OS X, Safari vulnerabilitiesDan Farber: Michael Dell promises 'Greenprint' reference architectureLarry Ellison: First Fusion apps to arrive early in 2008Ed Burnette: D-Wave demonstrates latest quantum computer prototype at SC07.
Wayne Beaton reports from Eclipse Summit Europe that Ingres is showing off a demo of a new database application, get this, running under Fedora Linux on a PS3. It's written in Java using Eclipse RCP and Data Tools.
A developer is thinking of a career switch, but she may be better off continuing to build her career in Windows development, industry practitioners say.
InterSystems launches CACHÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Â° 2007, the latest update to their post-relational database product.
In this week's Java tech tip, Lee Chuk-Munn looks at JDBC which has been around since JDK 1.1.
I was reading David Berlind's post about Google Browser Sync and was intrigued by his commentary on "Webless Applications" or as I refer to it, the offline problem. The most interesting part was his mention of JavaDB (which he blogged about here). At first glance, JavaDB seems like a very cool concept: a relational database, built on Java, that has the wherewithal to allow you to surf the web and then "sync" those changes when you get back online. It seems like the ultimate solution to the online/offline problem. Except for one thing, it uses the web.
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