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Larry Ellison revealed that Oracle is planning to start moving many features of its software and database portfolio onto silicon and hardware.
High-end server market still IBM's to lose and, instead of going head-to-head with its rival, analysts reckon Oracle is better off focusing on promoting integrated products to turn around ailing Sun hardware business.
Oracle has released version 11 of Solaris, the Unix-based operating system the company acquired when it purchased Sun Microsystems in 2010.The software, made generally available on Wednesday, was billed by Oracle in a statement as "the first cloud operating system".
Server sales continued to surge amid a strong corporate upgrade cycle. Global server market revenue jumped 12.1 percent in the first quarter to $11.9 billion from a year ago, according to IDC data.
The company will deliver more than 70 security updates to its range of products, but the patches will not include security fixes for the Standard Edition Java platform
X-Deep/32 is an X Window Server for Windows NT/2000/9X/ME/XP that can be used to connect to host systems running UNIX, LINUX, IBM AIX,...
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is refreshing the infrastructure it uses for its 24/7 search and rescue support system as the current hardware reaches end of life.
The company has launched a Sparc-based Solaris server option for its Exalogic cloud-in-a-box system, plus Supercluster, a product suite for running Oracle Real Application Clusters
Oracle today delivered on its commitment to the SPARC platform, announcing a SPARC Solaris-based model of its Exalogic Elastic cloud system, the so-called cloud-in-the-box system that was announced earlier this year at Oracle OpenWorld.The company also announced a complete refresh of the SPARC server line and a new version of Solaris.
Oracle plans to offer more vertical integration of hardware and software systems, with the promise of simplifying IT maintenance by doing away with custom business apps
Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison opened this week's Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco with details on the Exalogic Elastic Cloud. The system, built on 360 64-bit x86 processor cores, is interconnected with an InfiniBand-based I/O fabric and solid-state storage with Oracle WebLogic Server, other enterprise Java Oracle middleware products and a choice of Oracle Solaris or Oracle Linux operating system software.
Oracle has delivered an updated version of its Secure Global Desktop that offers more browser flexibility, enhanced availability and seamless integration with VDI platforms.Oracle Secure Global Desktop -- one of Oracle's three desktop virtualization offerings that came from Sun (and was originally developed by Tarantella) -- provides server-hosted application and server-hosted desktop access.
An end has come to a major part of Sun Microsystems' attempt to transform Solaris from a proprietary version of Unix to an open-source operating system built by others, too.
Following Oracle's decision to end open distribution of source codes for its Solaris enterprise operating system, the company now faces backlash from the open-source community which is likely to damage its relationship with developers in the long-run, industry watchers noted.
Software giant Oracle has closed the book on developer distributions of the open enterprise operating system, OpenSolaris.
One of Sun Microsystems' ambitious dreams, a vibrant open-source community for the Solaris operating system to rival the Linux collective, is in serious danger of evaporating in the Oracle era.
The group in charge of the open-source version of Sun's Solaris OS has threatened to resign in protest at a lack of communication from Oracle about the project's future
The company has released a raft of fixes, many for Sun and Solaris products, as part of its quarterly patch cycle
The company has announced the next generation of Sun's x86 Clustered Systems, including rackmount servers and blades
This week, I'm in the city where Tony Bennett left his heart and that was home to the inventor of the Chinese fortune cookie.It is also the city where the Apple iPad remains out of stock.
IBM and HP are in a duel to be the favored enterprise server provider, but there are many other players to keep things interesting. For instance, Dell is a solid No. 3 and Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems should keep the server market interesting. Cisco also aims to be a server player. A recent trend: Creating application optimized servers.