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  • Oracle and Linux: How about Ubuntu?

    Industry pundits mull over the possibilities following recent comments by Oracle's Larry Ellison that he might like to have a version of Linux all for his very own. 

  • Acquisitions expert: What's behind Oracle's open source buys?

    Find out what's behind Oracle's open source vendor buying spree in this interview with mergers, funding, and acquisitions due diligence expert Douglas Levin, CEO of Black Duck Software. 

  • Oracle taps Solaris 10 as 'preferred development platform'

    Sun executives felt vindicated today after Oracle announced that the open source Solaris 10 operating system would be its preferred 64-bit development and deployment platform. 

  • Oracle throws weight behind open source

    Oracle renewed its commitment to open source at JavaOne by taking the lead development role in a key Java spec and donating several of its own implementations to the open source community. 

  • Linux adoption exceeds Oracle's expectations

    Linux has been adopted more quickly and saved more money for its users than Oracle Corp. anticipated, said director of Linux engineering Wim Coekaerts. The surprises will keep coming, as Linux 2.6 wows businesses with its high-end functionality and m... 

  • Quick Takes: Oracle announces database, app server records on Linux

    Oracle 10g database and application servers achieved record benchmarks on Linux, leading off this edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from the Open Source Development Lab, Central Command, Candle Corp., GoldenGate Software, IBM and Mandra... 

  • Oracle's Linux roadmap: Standardize on 'unbreakable' Linux distros

    Oracle laid out its Linux road map Wednesday at OracleWorld, and the destination is clear: Standardize on Red Hat or SuSE Linux on Intel servers.