Database News & Reviews - Page 365

More Database News

SQL Server User Group Keeping Busy

|
Unconcerned with their vendor's corporate problems like delayed launches, lawsuits and security holes, the two major user groups for Microsoft Corp. SQL Server products are busy planning for 2002 and beyond.

Geekspeak: January 7, 2002

|
Oracle banking on cache with 9i application server.

SQL Anywhere Studio Gets Faster

|
Organizations looking for a branch-office database and software developers who want to store data in custom applications will find iAnywhere Solutions Inc.'s SQL Anywhere Studio 8.0 database an excellent choice.

Microsoft Uncovers SQL Server Vulnerabilities

|
Topping off what can only be described as a disastrous week for the security of its products, Microsoft has discovered two vulnerabilities in the two most recent versions of SQL Server.

Lazy Database Gets Energized

|
Lazy Software is launching Version 2.0 of its flagship Sentences database, which uses an 'associative data' approach.

Oracle 9iAS Struggles to Keep Up With Hype

|
If Real Application Clusters isn't the breakthrough database technology that Larry Ellison said it is, he's going to take up sailing full time.

Oracle Meets Earnings Expectations

|
Enterprise software maker Oracle announced late Thursday a net second quarter income of $549 million, with earnings per share of 10 cents.

Microsoft Sets Interim Server Upgrade

|
Microsoft Corp. plans a mid-2003 release of the next version of SQL Server, its high-end database, that will focus on making the product work with the company's .Net initiative.

Oracles New Game Plan for 9i Database

|
Trying to stir up interest in Oracle9i, Oracle Corp. is promoting the database as a platform for such things as e-mail, voice mail and file serving.

Oracle To Push Clustering Further

|
Administrators of Oracle Corp. software could find their lives getting a bit easier in the next six months, as the software giant readies additional clustering and platform support.

Tools Put Oracle Platforms to the Test

|
BMC, Mercury and others will launch testing, development and management products for the Oracle 9i database this week.

Microsoft Eyes 2003 Yukon Release

|
The next version of SQL Server, Microsoft Corp.'s high-end database, will likely debut in mid-2003, with a minor upgrade to the existing SQL Server 2000 coming in February 2002.

Enterprise Tech Videos