Subscribers to Microsoft's TechNet and Microsoft Developer Network services can now get their hands on the first community technology preview of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2.
Open Database Alliance formed to become hub for MySQL open source database community
EnterpriseDB this week rolled out a new release of its Postgres Plus Advanced Server, augmenting its compatibility with Oracle databases.
In a significant move for those who develop .NET applications targeting Oracle databases, Microsoft is removing the Oracle data provider from its ADO.NET roadmap.
Attunity Ltd. today released software that allows developers to apply change data capture (CDC) between Microsoft's SQL Server and Oracle databases.
Big Blue took the wraps off technology developepd by its research labs called that it believes will raise the threshold for analysis of massive amounts of data in real time.
The Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Beta 1 bits are available to MSDN subscribers today. A public beta is scheduled for release on Wednesday.
BusinessObjects Explorer designed to let any user query enterprise information in near real time via Web interface
Microsoft announced last week that it is seeking customers willing to test their databases in a cloud-based data connectivity project.
A day after Oracle announced plans to acquire Sun Microsystems for $7.4 billion, MySQL, one of Sun's own recent acquisitions, unveiled the next version of its popular open source database.
In-memory caching is emerging as a viable alternative to those developing database applications that typically are used for Web-based transactions.
Oracle's stunning agreement to acquire Sun Microsystems will reshape the landscape of tools and platforms for Java and database developers
In a move that will have significant ramifications on software development, open source and enterprise datacenters, Oracle today said it has agreed to acquire Sun Microsystems for $7.4 billion, or $5.6 billion net of cash and debt.
Microsoft last week week rolled out the next community test version of a distributed cache platform code-named "Velocity" that promises to speed up .NET-based applications.
Embarcadero Technologies today released a new suite of tools aimed at developers looking to tune Java and SQL code in data driven applications.