Thursday, April 3, 2008

Oracle Updates

White Papers
Oracle Database 11g Architecture on Windows
Oracle Database 11g for Windows provides an optimized database solution for deployments that require enterprise scalability, reliability, and high performance.

Oracle Database 11g Application Development
The modern IT organization uses multiple application development languages and tools. This white paper outlines how Oracle Database 11g provides a single integrated platform, offering high performance and scalability for most popular technologies.

Outlasting the Competition: Why High Availability is Critical to Midsize Businesses
This white paper identifies the decision factors in moving to a high availability solution, and how Oracle Real Application Clusters provides a fault-tolerant, scalable and cost-effective solution for growing businesses.


The Latest Updates to Oracle's Applications Strategy
Ed Abbo, Senior Vice President of Oracle's Applications updates listeners on the exciting innovations within Oracle Applications, how Oracle is integrating all its new product lines and why customers should adopt the latest releases.

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