Posts Categorized: Pythian

Oracle Tops Third Straight Benchmark

Oracle has announced that Oracle Application Server 10g closed out the SPECjAppServer2002 industry standard benchmark as the overall performance world record leader for Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)

Oracle Sets TPC-C World Record for 32-Processor System

Oracle announced today that they have set a world record TPC-C benchmark result for a 32-processor system at 1,601,784 million tpmC (transactions per minute). This places Oracle in the Top Ten TPC-C by Performance Category and signifies the best 32-processor system performance result.

SAP Seals Microsoft Deal to Fight Oracle

SAP and Microsoft announce an alliance to co-develop products. A new product set, codenamed Mendocino, was designed extend SAP’s business processes into Microsoft Office applications. In addition to the Microsoft deal SAP also announced a global alliance with Siemens and the integration of Macromedia developer technology into SAP.

Why do people hate Oracle?

Philip Howard of Bloor Research examines why Oracle seems to be a universal target for its competitors. He suggests a number of possibilities from security and lock-in to ownership costs, but concludes that is may be as simple as the size of its 10g database and user desire for a “free environment”.

SAP Stresses It’s Not in Talks with Oracle

In response to the news that SAP CEO Henning Kagermann would listen if approached by Oracle about a merger, SAP has issued the following statement: “SAP is not in merger talks with Oracle, and there is absolutely no substance to this situation other than media speculation.”

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