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Why MongoDB is ‘fundamentally better' for developers

1 day ago   |   InfoWorld

It takes a certain amount of chutzpah - OK, mountains of it - to invent a new kind of database and assume it will take over the world. Or maybe not assume, exactly, but, as...
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It's time to think differently: Oracle CX Cloud

5 days ago   |   Marketing Land

An update on Oracle's offering for marketers on the occasion of Cloud CX virtual summit. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
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Java's move to GitHub set for September

13 days ago   |   InfoWorld

The OpenJDK Community effort to move the source code of standard Java from Mercurial repos to Git repos on GitHub is proceeding, with early-September set as the target date...
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Businesses Running Oracle: Get Ready for a Massive, Critical Patching Session

29 days ago   |   CBR

Business leaders be warned: some serious patching is needed
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Oracle brings entire public cloud services on to customer's data centre

Oracle brings entire public cloud services on to customer's data centre

1 month ago   |   TechRadar   |   2 articles

Provides more than 50 services while AWS and Microsoft Azure Stack offer only limited services to customer premises, top official says
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The unwavering optimism of Tim O'Reilly

1 month ago   |   InfoWorld

For better or worse, Tim O'Reilly has become known as something of an oracle for the technology industry in his forty-year career as a technical publisher, author and venture...
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Do we need so many databases?

1 month ago   |   InfoWorld

The world used to get by on just a smattering of databases. You know, trusty relational workhorses like Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Ingres, and IBM DB2. Soon enough, however...
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Oracle unveils Helidon 2.0 for Java microservices

1 month ago   |   InfoWorld

Oracle has released Helidon 2.0, an upgrade to its Java libraries designed to simplify microservices development. The upgrade brings GraalVM Native Image startup and memory...
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Privacy News Online | Weekly Review: June 26th, 2020

Privacy News Online | Weekly Review: June 26th, 2020

1 month ago   |   Privacy Online

Featured: Privacy News Online - Week of JUNE 26th, 2020 Internet freedom under attack by Limiting Section 230 Immunity to Good Samaritan's Act A new bill called The Limiting...
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Why Apple acquired Fleetsmith

1 month ago   |   Computerworld

Apple made waves in the enterprise space with the acquisition of small device management vendor, Fleetsmith. Why Apple acquired Fleetsmith Apple's enterprise push is amazing...
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