Topic: oracle

Oracle announces Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud

Oracle has announced the general availability of Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud, a self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing database solution. Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud is built on Oracle Database 18c, which is the first release as part of the company’s new annual database software release model. The solution uses machine learning to deliver performance and … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Oracle vs. Google continues

Yes, we are still talking about the legal fistfight between Google and Oracle. To recap, Google and Oracle have been in a legal dispute since 2010 over Google’s use of Java in its operating system Android. Since then, the two have been at each other’s throats in court. More recently Google had a huge win … continue reading

Java 10 is officially released

Java 10 has officially been released. Today’s release is the first in Oracle’s new biannual release schedule, which was announced last year. Java 10 is a production-ready implementation of the Java SE 10 Platform Specification, which is specified by JSR 383 in the Java Community Process. This version was heavily collaborated on with the OpenJDK … continue reading

JavaFX now available as a separate module

Oracle is making JavaFX available as a separate module in an effort to make it easier to adopt. JavaFX is the software platform for developing desktop Java apps. Currently it is a part of the JDK, and will continue to be supported as part of JDK 8 through 2022 at least, but starting with the … continue reading

An inside look at Java 10

Java 10 will be released this month with a focus on cloud and serverless computing, Oracle has announced. The release is the first since the company decided last year to go to a twice-yearly release schedule, with major updates occurring in March and September. “The move to a new release model has been met with … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Datical 5, Software AG’s Cumulocity IoT platform, and Google to acquire Xively

Datical has announced the release of Datical 5. The enterprise-class platform is designed for developers to continuously manage and rework database code changes. The latest release enhances security, improves database auditability, and makes sure regulatory requirements are met. “As the DevOps market continues to mature and evolve, enterprises must look for ways to modernize and … continue reading

Oracle CloudWorld: How the cloud can help with security efforts

As companies grow, they find themselves faced with an increased need to manage risk, said Mark Hurd, the CEO of Oracle in his keynote speech at Oracle CloudWorld 2018. According to Hurd, technology innovation and consumer adoption are increasing faster than IT can keep up. He also claimed that 80 percent of the IT budget … continue reading

2017: Changes in Java

Over the past year, Java went through many changes. At the start of the year, Java EE was in an uncertain state and the Java 9 release had been pushed back from its originally scheduled 2016 release date. At JavaOne in 2016, Oracle announced its plans to address the platform as well as information on … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Fn

Oracle wants to accelerate the adoption of serverless  technology with the Fn Project. Fn is an open source container native serverless platform designed to run on any cloud or on-premise. It features multi-language support, container native capabilities, and provides developers with all the controls they need to implement functions with complex requirements. Other components of … continue reading

Oracle introduces chatbots into its Mobile Cloud Platform

Oracle announced at its OpenWorld 2017 conference that chatbots are being introduced into its Mobile Cloud Platform, to enable natural language conversation between mobile users and their applications. The platform is underpinned by three core philosophies: that it be open and tool-agnostic, that it use chatbots, and that it have multi-channel analytics, according to Suhas … continue reading

Oracle announces developer platform updates at OpenWorld conference

Oracle today revealed updates to its application development tooling as well as its vision for an autonomous database cloud at Oracle OpenWorld 2017 and JavaOne in San Francisco. The company announced three key new pieces to its Oracle Container Native App Dev Platform: a managed Kubernetes service, a new continuous integration and delivery service and … continue reading

ZeroStack announces new cloud development platform, Apple acquires Regaind and more – SD Times News Digest: October 2, 2017

ZeroStack announced software that provides consistent development platform for multiple locations Cloud company ZeroStack announced a software defined infrastructure that provides SaaS-delivered multi-cloud container operations. This will provide developers with a consistent platform to develop on no matter where they are located. A development environment that is cloud-based should eliminate the problem of developers in … continue reading

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