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eProseed co-organizer of Oracle Integration & API Cloud CAB in London

eProseed will co-organize the forthcoming Oracle Integration & API Cloud CAB Summit to be held in London.

The summit will gather Oracle product managers, eProseed's highest skilled specialists, and forward-thinking customers from Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), a region in which eProseed has 7 offices, in addition to its headquarters located in Luxembourg.eProseed's CEO, Geoffroy de Lamalle, is proud to announce that the company will be the exclusive sponsor of the Oracle Integration &... Source: RealWire

Oracle plans ‘startup organization’ focused on cloud computing, AI, and VR

Oracle is hiring people for a "new startup organization" inside its North America operation that will focus on key technology trends, including cloud computing, internet of things, artificial Intelligence, and augmented and virtual reality.The Solut...

Oracle floats Java hardware acceleration proposal

A proposal currently floating in the Java community would use hardware acceleration to improve bulk calculations in the platform.Project Trinity would explore enhancing execution of bulk aggregate calculations over Streams by offloading calculations...

Oracle fixes Struts and Shadow Brokers exploits in huge patch release

Oracle has released a record 299 security fixes for vulnerabilities in its products, including patches for a widely exploited vulnerability in the Apache Struts framework and a Solaris exploit supposedly used by the U.S. National Security Agency.The Struts vulnerability allows for remote code execution on Java web servers and was patched on March 6.

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Oracle uses Apache Struts 2 in several of its products, which is why Tuesday’s critical patch update (CPU) fixed 25 instances of the vulnerability in Oracle Communications, Retail and Financial Services applications, as well as in the MySQL Enterprise Monitor, Oracle WebCenter Sites, Oracle WebLogic Server and the Siebel E-Billing app.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Peak Indicators Recognised With Prestigious Oracle UK & Ireland Partner of...

Oracle today recognised Peak Indicators with its 2017 UK & Ireland Partner of the Year Awards in Cloud Analytics. Peak Indicators is a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).Peak Indicators was presented the 2017 UK & Ireland Partner of the Year Award in Cloud Analytics for demonstrating excellence and thought leadership in the delivery of cloud analytics solutions across a variety of industry verticals including HR, Finance and Retail. Peak Indicators have put the... Source: RealWire

Oracle Patches 299 Vulnerabilities in April Critical Patch Update

Among the many patches this month are multiple products being updated to fix an Apache Struts vulnerability that was publicly disclosed in March 2017.

Record Oracle Patch Update Addresses ShadowBrokers, Struts 2 Vulnerabilities

Oracle released a record 299 patches, including a fix for a Solaris vulnerability disclosed by the ShadowBrokers, and another for the recently disclosed Apache Struts 2 flaw.

Oracle drops massive 299 vulnerability patch, fixes Shadow Broker exploit

Oracle's huge security update impacts most of the firm's product families.

Oracle patches Solaris 10 hole exploited by NSA spyware tool –...

Mega load of updates lands for tons of Big Red gear Oracle today emitted a huge batch of 299 security fixes for its software – including a patch for a vulnerability exploited by a leaked NSA tool that can hijack Solaris systems.…

All ready for that Easter holiday? Here’s a mild MySQL security...

Panic over the Riddle flaw – or just update to version 5.7. Your choice. We're not your dad A programming blunder has been uncovered in Oracle's MySQL that can potentially leak usernames and passwords to man-in-the-middle eavesdroppers.…

The true impact of modular Java

Modularity is coming to Java.

But the big fanfare for modularized Java may already be cooling, well in advance of the Java SE 9 release due in late July, thanks to mixed reviews.Oracle has thus far positioned modularity as a key benefit for the Java...