The world’s leading supplier of information management software. The company, worth $2 billion, offers its products, along with related consulting, education and support services in more than 90 countries around the world.
Oracle is best known for its database management systems vendor and relational DBMS products. Oracle develops and markets Oracle Media Server and the Oracle7 family of software products for database management; Co-operative Development Environment and Oracle Co-operative Applications
Oracle software runs on personal digital assistants, set-top boxs, IBM PCs, workstations, minicomputers, mainframes and massively parallel computers.
Oracle bought Sun Microsystems on 2009-04-20.
See also Adaptable User Interface, Bookviewer, CASE*Method, Component Integration Laboratories, DDE Manager, Online Media, Oracle Card, Oracle*CASE, siod.
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- Oracle parallel server
database (OPS) An Oracle configuration that allows for multiple Oracle servers running on seperate computers to access the same database files simultaneously. Normally used for high availability, running parallel servers can improve performance by spreading out CPU load, however, it requires data to be partitioned correctly. This feature is enabled with the Parallel Server Option […]
- Oracle rdb
database A set of relational database products originally known as Rdb from Digital Equipment Corporation, but purchased by Oracle Corporation in 1994. The current (October 1996) versions are Oracle Rdb V7.0 for OpenVMS VAX, Oracle Rdb V7.0 for OpenVMS Alpha, and Oracle Rdb V7.0 for Digital UNIX. This release of Oracle Rdb includes advances in […]
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- Oracle toolkit
Adaptable User Interface