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VMware Stares Down Virtualization Rivals

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In this eWEEK interview, Paul Maritz, the new chief of VMware, the No. 1 vendor of virtualization technology, discusses the hypercompetitive world of the hypervisor.

What Hath the Meltdown Wrought?

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The Wall Street fiasco will breed more regulation and perhaps more tech jobs.

Microsoft, Xerox Invest in Innovation

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Lead Microsoft and Xerox technologists tout the benefits of research in the quest to deliver the next big thing in IT and computing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Emerging Technologies event. Signifying its commitment to invest in finding next-generation technology, Microsoft...

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison Spits on Cloud Computing Hype

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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, who built his empire in database software before attacking the market for enterprise applications, denounces the buzz about cloud computing as hype at Oracle OpenWorld. However, that isn't stopping Oracle from drinking the cloud computing Kool-Aid. In partnering with...

Highlights from Oracle OpenWorld

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Oracle made no news for Oracle Database 11g at Oracle's OpenWorld conference in San Francisco, but launched the Oracle Beehive Collaboration Platform, shook up the Data warehouse market with the HP Oracle Database Machine and licensed Oracle Database 11g, Fusion Middleware and Oracle Enterprise...

How Many Cloud Computing Platforms Can we Handle?

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Mendel Rosenblum, formerly of VMware, Parker Harris of Salesforce.com, Google's Matthew Glotzbach, Amazon's Werner Vogels and David Anderson of UC Berkeley share their vision for the future of cloud computing.

IBM Expands Overseas Cloud Computing Centers

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IBM is expanding its plans for creating new types of cloud computing infrastructures and data centers by opening four new facilities in Brazil, South Korea, India and Vietnam. The move combines IBM's drive to create a worldwide cloud computing infrastructure with its need to create more business...

Oracle, HP Deliver HP Oracle Database Machine Data Warehouse Product at Oracle OpenWorld

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Oracle is teaming with Hewlett-Packard to launch the HP Oracle Database Machine to penetrate deeper into the data warehousing space. The product combines Oracle's database software with HP's extensive data storage capabilities in a bid to shake up the data warehousing market. The HP Oracle...

NASA Taps IBM iDataPlex for New Supercomputer

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NASA is planning to use IBM's iDataPlex server array to build a new supercomputer that will help the federal space agency collect data from satellites that are observing both the Earth and deep space. When the high-performance cluster is complete, this NASA supercomputer will offer a top performance...
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Web 2.0 in Pictures: Scenes from the Web 2.0 Expo New York 2008 SLIDESHOW

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The Web 2.0 Expo, co-produced by TechWeb and O'Reilly Media, is a conference and tradeshow for the rapidly growing ranks of designers and developers, product managers, entrepreneurs, VCs, marketers and business strategists who are building the next-generation Web. Web 2.0 Expo features the...

Oracle and Intel Join Hands for Cloud Computing at OpenWorld

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Oracle and Intel announced at the Oracle OpenWorld 2008 conference in San Francisco that they would partner to speed enterprise adoption of cloud computing by focusing on standards, security and efficiency. Talk of the collaboration comes on the heels of Oracle's decision to license several...

Oracle Pursues Cloud Strategy for Database, Middleware Products

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Oracle's decision to enable customers to license Oracle Database 11g, Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Fusion Middleware to run in Amazon's EC2 environment is a good move for both companies. Oracle also announces the creation of a cloud-based backup solution.

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