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March 25, 2013: Oracle announces that it had agreed to buy Tekelec.
May 2, 2013: Oracle enters an agreement with Paradox Engineering to work on new solutions in the smart city market.
May 9, 2013: Oracle announces new in-memory applications for Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle PeopleSoft, Oracle Siebel, Oracle E-Business Suite, and Oracle Hyperion
October 23, 2013: Oracle enters agreement to acquire BigMachines.
1979: offers the first commercial SQL RDBMS
1983: offers a VAX-mode database
1984: offers the first database with read-consistency
1986: offers a client-server DBMS
1987: introduces UNIX-based Oracle applications
1988: introduces PL/SQL
1992: offers full applications implementation methodology
1995: offers the first 64-bit RDBMS
1996: moves towards an open standards-based, web-enabled architecture
1999: offers its first DBMS with XML support
2001: becomes the first to complete 3 terabyte TPC-H world record
2002: offers the first database to pass 15 industry standard security evaluations
2003: introduces what it calls “Enterprise Grid Computing” with Oracle10g
2005: releases its first free database, Oracle Database 10g Express Edition (XE)
2008: Smart scans in software improve query-response in HP Oracle Database Machine / Exadata storage.
2013: begins use of Oracle 12C which is capable of providing cloud services with Oracle Database.
Oracle stated in its product announcements that manageability for DBAs had improved from Oracle9i to 10g. Lungu & Vatuiu assessed the relative manageability by performing common DBA tasks and measuring the time. They performed their tests on a single Pentium CPU (1.7 GHz) with 512 MB RAM,running Windows Server 2000.Summarizing the results from Oracle9i to 10g: Installation improved 36%,Day-to-day Administration 63%, Backup and Recovery 63%, and Performance Diagnostics and Tuning 74% for a weighted Total of 56%. The researcher’s conclusion is that “Oracle10g represents a giant step forward from Oracle9i in making the database easier to use and manage.”