Opposition to outsize pay packages should not be reserved just for executives on Wall Street, Steven M. Davidoff writes.
Oracle’s purchase of Corente pushes the once web-shy technology giant further into the Internet age.
Acquisitions, combined with cost-cutting, tend to be a popular way for corporations to try to rejuvenate. But as Robert Cyran of Reuters Breakingviews notes, it is often a losing proposition.
The acquisition will extend Oracle’s reach into online marketing. The software maker allows brands to coordinate advertising across the web.
Shareholders rejected the Oracle chief’s $78 million pay package in a nonbinding vote. But there are better ways to shrink C.E.O. pay.
A majority of shareholders demonstrated their opposition to the compensation of chief executive Lawrence Ellison, voting against a resolution on the company’s pay practices.
Goal: for a given process, find out how the SGA was allocated in different locality groups on a system running Solaris operating system.
If you attended Open World, you were present for a historic occasion, not only was this the largest Open World, but the Oracle team also won the America's cup against incredible odds. There are a few lessons we can apply to security. Security, like the America's Cup race, is about latency. Since 2007 the boat speeds have gone from 14 mph to 50 mph with greater control and roughly the same number of crew on-board.
Following the introductory blog post on the topic – ' Stream
your transactions into Big Data Systems', and blog posts on "Streaming Relational Transactions to HDFS and Hive", in this blog post I focus on the
architecture for streaming transactions into HBase.
As shown in the diagram below, integrating database with HBase is accomplished by
developing a custom handler using Oracle GoldenGate's Java API and HBase
A new article, now up on otn/java titled “JavaOne 2013 Review: Java Takes on the Internet of Things,” takes a look back at the lively happenings at JavaOne 2013, which reprised the 2012 JavaOne "Make the Future Java" theme. The articles quotes JavaOne keynoter Peter Utzschneider, Vice President, Java Product Management at Oracle, who said, "There is a lot going on in the industry, with massive shifts and innovation happening which pose huge challenges and opportunities for Java."