Content tagged with Services Oriented
posted in November 2010
Three Guidelines For Implementing MDM
Features  |  11/29/2010  | 
Let business drivers, data volatility and project scope determine your approach and deployment style for master data management.
Jury Decides: SAP To Pay Oracle $1.3 Billion
Commentary  |  11/23/2010  | 
Oracle wins its landmark copyright infringement case in a landslide, as the jury awards an unprecedented figure. The case is likely to be appealed, and its outcome will linger for years.
Talend Acquires Open Source Service Bus
Commentary  |  11/10/2010  | 
Sopera deal moves data integration player into transactional environments.
Oracle-SAP Trial: Oracle Damage Expert Lands On $1.66 billion
Commentary  |  11/10/2010  | 
A long day of math leads Oracle's damage expert to a final tally of damages. The tally comes after the judge limits the damage amount. On Friday, Oracle rests its case.
Oracle CEO Ellison Demands $4 Billion In Damages From SAP
Commentary  |  11/8/2010  | 
Larry Ellison demands $4 billion for TomorrowNow's copyright infringement, while Oracle's own expert pegs damages at $1.5 billion. (Still looking for HP CEO Leo Apotheker.)
SAP CFO Werner Brandt Baffles Oracle As Trial Girds for Ellison
Commentary  |  11/5/2010  | 
The Oracle-SAP trial continues to plod along. Key witnesses on Friday included SAP CFO and board member Werner Brandt, who threw a few surprises Oracle's way. More fireworks are expected Monday when Larry Ellison takes the stand.
Oracle-SAP Trial: Phillips Says SAP Owes "Billions," Oracle Can't Find Apotheker
Commentary  |  11/4/2010  | 
In another day in court for Oracle and SAP, Oracle pushes its lofty damage desires even higher, the lawyers and witnesses do battle, and still nobody can find HP's CEO, a key figure in the proceedings. Still to come: Larry Ellison.
Oracle V. SAP: Courtroom Diary
Commentary  |  11/3/2010  | 
The big dogs haven't howled, but there's been plenty of yapping and leg-lifting. Here are a few highlights and lowlights from the Oracle-SAP trial after two days.

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