Oracle has acknowledged past mistakes by laying out a database development roadmap intended to make high-end capabilities more generally available. Having "done" grid in 10g, the database giant said Monday it's now working to "surround" the core database with additional features, such as automatic storage management, while also …
ibm did the bce over 2 years ago. seems oracle is still behind the times
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