Wants to hire 2000
Everyone's favourite database company, Oracle is hiring 2,000 additional workers as part of is cunning plan to roll out its cloud computing services to more locations around the world.
And your starter for 10 is "how has Google hurt you?"
Storage outfit Oracle, which is not backward in coming forward to complain, has told the press that It is being quizzed by congressional and state investigators looking into allegations that Google violated antitrust law.
Supercomputer clusters are cool
Oracle's OpenWorld convention saw the outfit showing off a Raspberry Pi Supercomputer that combines 1,060 Raspberry Pis into one cluster.
Bury the hatchet
Oracle and VMware announced a deal designed to resolve years of tension over how Oracle handles technical support for VMware users and make it easier for them to move to Oracle’s cloud computing service.
As the company misses Wall Street expectations
Oracle Chief Executive Officer Mark Hurd would be taking medical leave as the business software maker posted first-quarter revenue that missed Wall Street expectations.
Get your foot off the brake of $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract
Four Republican members of US Congress, including House Armed Services Committee ranking member Mac Thornberry, have told President Donald Trump to stop messing around with the $10 billion cloud contract with the Defence Department.
Chinese firms are starting to review their contracts with US companies such as Big Blue and Oracle.
Double the rain
Software King of the World Microsoft has decided to link its cloud with one belonging to the licence fee collector Oracle.
Rubbish for Jedi you are
The Pentagon has snubbed Oracle for its $10 billion, decade-long JEDI cloud contract process and chosen Amazon and Microsoft instead.
So happy to get shot of it
Amazon employees working in fulfilment teams which handle inventory and shipping at the online retail giant have opened the champers after getting Oracle off their company servers.