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Microsoft has announced a new partnership with Oracle that brings several Oracle products into the company's Azure cloud offering.
Oracle is facing a lawsuit stemming from a $33k strip club bill that one of its employees racked up at last year's OpenWorld conference and that the company is now refusing to pay.
Oracle made three announcements during the opening keynote: In-memory database option to improve performance, the new M6-32 high performance server, and a new appliance to backup 1000s of databases.
Larry Ellison is almost ready to get on stage. Follow our liveblog as we report on what he has to say about Oracle's future, including their database, hardware, and probably even Java.
The Oracle OpenWorld keynote is tomorrow night, but today the company is busy setting up for the big event. What key message is Oracle hammering home to attendees this year compared to last year?