Category: "technology"

Ingres and Enterprise Acceptance

12/01/05 | by Clarise | Categories: Computers and Internet, Open Source, software, technology, Database

Ingres is one of the early relational databases. For those who have been working on relational databases for some time, Ingres has a reputation for being a mature database. When Ingres became an Open Source database, it has made the choice for Open Source databases interesting.

Last November, Computer Associates International, Inc. and a private equity firm, Garnett & Helfrich Capital announced a partnership to divest CA’s Ingres open source database unit into an independent corporate entity, Ingres Corporation.

Ingres Corporation also announced its Management Team including the addition of former Veritas Software executives.

Will Ingres be a key force in enabling the enterprise acceptance of Open Source Databases?

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Comparison of Six BI Products

11/30/05 | by Clarise | Categories: Information Managment, Computers and Internet, technology

I found an interesting article last night from Network Computing. The article, Business Intelligence Suites Gold Standard BI compares 6 Business Intelligence products - Actuate, Applix, Cognos, Information Builders, Microsoft and MicroStrategy. Using Network Computing's corporate data stored in Oracle9i, the products were evaluated based on their ability to leverage corporate infrastructure, including using Active Directory 2000 as an authentication source and Exchange 2000 for e-mail distribution of reports.

For those involved with Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing, it is an article worth reading.

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