Oracle OpenWorld News
Oracle's billionaire CEO isn't going anywhere, but he's also got plenty left to do read more »
Database 12c, the cloud and big data will be three areas of focus read more »
Oracle's in-memory option takes advantage of the core platform's maturity, according to an executive read more »
The feature will give customers 'ungodly' speed improvements, according to Ellison read more »
The move flies in the face of the vendors' competitive rhetoric but speaks to the reality of customer needs read more »
The X4 release of the database machine includes big increases in flash capacity and Infiniband throughput read more »more news ..
Oracle OpenWorld Blogs
Thoughts on Oracle Open World 2013 read more »
The impact of cloud on the database monolith read more »
The troubled history of Oracle's app suite read more »
...it falls back on innovation (creates PR, that is!) read more »more blogs ..
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Following HP's dispute with Autonomy, we look back at other HP acquisitions in this Computerworld UK slideshow.
Oracle OpenWorld In Depth
Salesforce.com, Oracle, SAP and a range of startups are going to make plenty of news in SaaS read more »
Pluggable databases will offer new advantages in efficiency, Oracle executives argued at OpenWorld read more »
Big announcements could include a new database, clarity on cloud pricing and new 'engineered systems' read more »
SaaS, social networking and key acquisitions mean enterprise software will never be the same again read more »
Fusion, Exadata and mobility are hot topics at the annual conference read more »
The top gossip on Chatter, Force.com and Oracle read more »more in depth ..
Oracle OpenWorld Slideshows
Show your support for an 'independent' Java and stick it to Larry Ellison read more »more slideshows ..