IBM, Sun, Oracle and dozens of other companies are all gunning to become the back-end platform provider of choice.
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The operating system battles have been pretty ugly. But recent database rhetoric has escalated the long-running war of words between Microsoft and Oracle.
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Microsoft plans to announce on February 26 the formation of a new group designed to focus on the needs of joint Microsoft and Oracle customers.
Four months after releasing the first version of its e-commerce software, Oracle is upgrading its 9i Application Server (9iAS) product for conducting transactions over the Web.
As Web portals are becoming more complex, so are the architectures and buzzwords used to describe how to build them. Oracle Corp.
At a time when "software as a service" mantra is seemingly the obsession of top software vendors, iPlanet rolls out a full suite of e-business applications.
Oracle doesn't want to just host applications. It also is dabbling with hosting the entire application development process.
The database kingpin will retain control of the title of press release kingpin this week, when it attempts to outdo the Web infrastructure scalability claims of Microsoft, Sun and HP.
Oracle's No. 2 sets the stage for OracleOpenWorld. His message: If Oracle can save billions byrunning its own software suite, so can you.