NAB, others take centrestage at Oracle OpenWorld

The National Australia Bank and Melbourne-based Opes Prime Stockbroking in the news at Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco.

Customers at the annual powwow in San Francisco hear how the business software maker is opening its arms to partners. But will they also find out how Oracle's effort to merge products picked up in acquisitions is going?

  • NAB challenged by data warehouse project
    National Australia Bank (NAB) revealed it has learned some lessons in clustered database development as part of the bank's move to a real-time data warehouse.
  • PeopleSoft users lose out on upgrade path?
    Oracle has no upgrade path for some of its PeopleSoft CRM users, who will have to re-implement their systems should they want to move to newer releases, according to an Oracle partner.
  • Aus stockbroker picks Oracle Linux support
    Melbourne company Opes Prime Stockbroking has declared it will drop Red Hat for its underwhelming Linux support service and switch to Oracle instead.
  • Oracle highlights Web 2.0, services plans
    The company has given a preview of plans for bringing together technologies picked up in its acquisition spree.
  • Oracle to offer Red Hat Linux support
    Oracle will sell support to Red Hat Linux customers and offer its own free clone of the open-source operating system, Chief Executive Larry Ellison said on Wednesday in the US, posing a major competitive challenge to the leading Linux seller.
  • Oracle announces Database 11g beta
    Company says beta includes 482 new features designed to add flexibility to database administration.
  • Ubuntu chief: Oracle Linux has 'tactical value'
    Oracle has the ability to support Linux, and doing so could have "tactical value" for the database company, the founder of Ubuntu Linux -- and a potential Oracle partner -- said Friday in the US.
  • Oracle invades San Francisco
    Welcome to San Francisco, California, for Oracle's takeover of a different sort of entity; a city.
  • User group tips new Oracle products
    Oracle's Australian user group is tipping the software giant could announce new versions of its e-business suite, application server and database at its annual OpenWorld conference in the US next week.
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