Oracle Touts Linux As Grid Foundation For Next Decade

January 21, 2004

[From Linux Today]

"We're really bullish about Linux," contended Dave Dargo, VP of Oracle's Linux Program Office, during a keynote speech at LinuxWorld today. Over the next decade, he predicted, Oracle will achieve as much success on Linux as it showed on RISC/Linux during the 1990s. Linux will now form the basis for Oracle's grid computing architecture.

Oracle first started offering its product on the Linux platform back in 1998, Dargo noted. At that point, though, Linux represented just one of a number of different OS supported by Oracle.

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