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“Oracle will soon deliver the world’s first autonomous “self-driving” database,” said Oracle CTO, Larry Ellison. “The new artificially intelligent Oracle database is fully automated and requires no human labor for administration. If a security vulnerability is detected, the database immediately patches itself while running. No other system can do anything like this. Best of all, we guarantee the price of running the Oracle Autonomous Database in the Oracle Cloud is less than half the cost of running a database in the Amazon Cloud.”
A federal appeals court revived Oracle’s copyright infringement claims against Google, in a ruling that could give fresh muscle to leading software makers but hamper upstarts developing new apps for computers and smartphones.
Oracle Loses Legal Challenge To Pentagon's $10 Billion Cloud Contract
12:25 PM ET 07/12/2019 BY MT Newswires
Oracle argued that the contract violated procurement laws after it failed to meet certain "gate criteria" that were set as part of the JEDI acquisition process. Oracle questioned the rationality of the criteria, but the judge said the department was within its rights to establish the gates.