Oracle has finally unveiled pricing for its long-awaited next database running on Linux, and it's mixed news for users. The Oracle Database 11g price will remain the same as its predecessor, 10g: expensive. Unless, of course, you want to use some of that new functionality Oracle has been promising, in which case Oracle Database …
Will 11g mark the release of a universal binary Mac client, I wonder?
Actually, will 11g mark the release of a universal binary Mac *server*?
I know Oracle aren't famed for the speed of their release cycles, but it's starting to get slightly ridiculous now.
Other Oracle Database option prices
What are the other 11g option prices, e.g., Data Mining, OLAP, etc.?
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