A new survey suggests that proprietary Java application servers are losing to open source in the cloud age.
"Frenemies" Microsoft and Oracle just cemented a new partnership. Here's what is really new and worth knowing about the alliance.
Fixes are coming today for "hundreds" of Oracle products, following a series of high-profile corporate hacks pegged to a zero-day vulnerability in Java.
Company introduces AquaLogic Enterprise Security 3.0 and a set of Eclipse-related developer tools, announces BEA Guardian will now be free.
As cloud adoption continues at an alarming rate, big IT vendors aren't sending the right messages to developers.
The database giant has fixed 78 different holes across most of its major product line.
You can use a 13-point checklist to figure out if your company is screwed. If you do a quick analysis you can predict a bit of the future and also use hindsight to figure out if the company's strategy went sideways.
Can open source innovate? Of course it can. Just look at the JBoss Innovation Awards.
Oracle is taking down the AquaLogic shingle despite all of BEA's branding efforts.
Software giant may now have the perfect way to put Red Hat on the defensive.