By Merv Adrian on November 10, 2010
I hope I can be forgiven the cute headline. It speaks to a series of events that were heard in Oracle Open World messaging, where the word “open” appeared much less frequently than in years past. Oracle is fortifying its borders, opening new fronts in its market battles, and slowly closing itself off from some […]
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By Zoli Erdos on November 4, 2010
Twitter is abuzz this morning with MySQL news: What these messages refer to is that Oracle dropped InnoDB from the free Classic Edition, it is now only available starting with the $2,000 Standard Edition. A few days ago we heard support prices were increased – none of this should come as a surprise, the writing […]
By Michael Coté on September 8, 2010
The company behind the NoSQL database CouchDB has renamed itself from CouchIO to CouchOne. Here is my summary of the last briefing I had with Damien Katz, CEO and founder of the company.