Oracle Magazine Analyst's Corner Columns


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September/October 2013 Deploy and Manage Database Clouds Organizations look for multitenancy and management simplicity as they ramp up database-as-a-service deployments.
March/April 2013 PaaS Fits the Enterprise PaaS solutions deliver efficient, standardized services for consolidating existing applications and rapidly building new ones.
September/October 2012 Identity and Access Centralized identity management platforms are evolving to accommodate new deployment methods and access requirements.
July/August 2012 The Best Defense Database security tools protect your data at multiple levels.
May/June 2012 Enterprise Servers: Today and Tomorrow What’s driving the server market?
May/June 2012 Engineered Storage The present and future of enterprise storage
January/February 2012 IT Management Takes Off Today’s leading management tools work with the entire cloud lifecycle.
July/August 2011 Make the Next Storage Move Organizations reduce costs by matching the right type of storage to their needs
May/June 2011 The SPARC/Oracle Solaris Platform Evolution Hardware and software optimization improves performance and availability.
March/April 2011 Local Access, Central Control Today’s identity management systems must secure an increasingly diverse user base.
January/February 2011 The Case for Integrated Systems Management Efficient and cost-effective systems management must also do more.
November/December 2010 Self-Service Business Intelligence Extend analytics to people and processes throughout the organization.
July/August 2010 Infrastructure Software and Virtualization Organizations improve flexibility with software appliances and templates.
May/June 2010 Technology Convergence for Enterprise Workloads Oracle’s acquisition of Sun will yield new integrated solutions.
May/June 2010 Technology Convergence for Enterprise Workloads Oracle’s acquisition of Sun will yield new integrated solutions.
March/April 2010 Integration Made Simple Tools and strategies improve application implementations.
January/February 2010 Driving Database Innovation Clustering, lower cost, and better performance are key database benefits.
November/December 2009 Add Flexibility with SOA Standard, hot-pluggable connections streamline software development processes.
September/October 2009 Portals Unbound Portals enable an evolving web of social interactions to boost productivity.
July/August 2009 In Perfect Harmony Data integration tools improve movement of information among systems.
May/June 2009 Getting Grounded in the Cloud Developers find challenges—and opportunities—in new architecture.
March/April 2009 The Next-Generation Data Center Cost and environmental considerations motivate more-efficient operations.
January/February 2009 Getting Ubiquitous Embedded databases enable a wide array of information management capabilities.
November/December 2008 Application Server Convergence Customers gain new capabilities from the combination of Oracle and BEA technologies.
September/October 2008 Managing Identities Burton Group’s Gerry Gebel discusses managing known and unknown users in the internet domain.
July/August 2008 Analyzing Performance Companies plan ahead with enterprise performance management.
May/June 2008 SOA Means Business Service-oriented architecture delivers the technology that businesses want.
March/April 2008 Wireless Providers Tackle Challenge Forrester Research's Michele Pelino discusses the new types of business applications coming out of the telecommunications industry.
January/February 2008 Moving the Business Forward Nucleus Research's Rebecca Wettemann discusses how Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle On Demand pave the way for application upgrades.
November/December 2007 Design for People, Build for Change Forrester Research's John R. Rymer discusses how SOA and Web 2.0 deliver greater flexibility.
September/October 2007 Secure Data for Every Business Need Burton Group's Trent Henry discusses why new needs for compliance mean tighter access control.
July/August 2007 Clustering Gains New Momentum Jean Bozman of IDC discusses why companies of all sizes are turning to clusters.
May/June 2007 Innovation Offers Developers Choice Web 2.0 development brings new tools and greater collaboration to the enterprise.
March/April 2007 Business Intelligence Gets Pervasive Henry Morris of IDC talks about the latest trends in analytic software.
January/February 2007 The Right Stuff Small businesses can compete on a big scale if they have enterprise-caliber software.
November/December 2006 Finding Information on Demand Ease of use and risk management drive companies to enterprise search.
September/October 2006 Managing Information Overload Enterprise content management improves compliance efforts and the bottom line.
July/August 2006 Evolving Grid Management Increased complexity has led to more-intelligent and more-automated system tools.
May/June 2006 Adding Meaning to the Digital World The Semantic Web organizes and captures data relationships to enrich information exchange.
March/April 2006 Connecting People and Processes Enterprise portals let you build a UI, manage interactions, and integrate business services.
January/February 2006 Make Data Actionable for Decisions Keith Gile of Forrester Research talks about the functionality of business intelligence.
November/December 2005 Blending Process and Productivity Burton Group's Mike Gotta discusses organizational productivity in the new workplace.