Oracle has focused less on technological innovation to attract and please clients, and more on licensing and audit practices to generate maximum revenue. The latest example of this involves the Java language, which Oracle acquired in its acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
Judge dismisses Big Red’s 2016 copyright claim. Oracle’s copyright battle with HPE over operating system software has been kicked out of court.
The United States has filed criminal charges against Huawei, escalating its fight against the Chinese tech giant and potentially complicating efforts by Washington and Beijing to negotiate an end to their bruising trade war.
The federal government, and AWS, score a win in their attempts to keep Oracle from accessing information to support its claims of a flawed procurement process for the military’s $10 billion cloud computing initiative.
Oracle’s request to crack open Amazon’s bid to run the Pentagon’s $10 billion warfighter cloud program and hear from former Amazon Web Services employees was rejected by a judge, according to court documents released Jan. 28.
A line in a new court filing by the Department of Defense suggests that it might reopen the investigation into a possible conflict of interest in the JEDI contract RFP process involving a former AWS employee.
Global tech giants Oracle and Amazon have fired off early salvos in what is likely to become a protracted court battle over how the Pentagon should build advanced cloud-computing technology into its operations, the latest turn in a long-running dispute over the one of the biggest military IT procurements in years.
Long-standing cloud enemies to do battle in the courts.
AWS has intervened in Oracle’s lawsuit against the Pentagon’s plans to award a $10bn cloud contract to a single vendor.
Chaos has erupted at a conservative think tank after it was revealed that one of its new donors is Len Blavatnik, the Ukrainian-born billionaire who owns the Warner Music record label.
Security risks and concerns about excessive complexity were among the factors leading the Pentagon to choose a single-award contract for its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) cloud contract, a Government Accountability Office ruling reveals.