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Practical tips for deploying Oracle and open source

October 31, 2006

[From SearchOracle]

If you're choosing between "open source" and "closed source" to meet your company's needs, stop -- because there's no need to differentiate the two anymore, according to speakers at last week's Oracle OpenWorld conference.

It's important to remember that Linux and open source applications are "just other pieces" of software that should be put through virtually the same evaluation process as their proprietary counterparts, Steve Helle, chief technology officer of NextAction Corp., and Keith Majkut, a senior IT manager with Monster Worldwide, told OpenWorld attendees.

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