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Create an oracledb enabled Node.js application container by Jaap Poot

 

In my previous article, First setup of a connection from Node.js to an Oracle Database, I demonstrated how to make a connection to a remote database using Node.js and the node-oracledb module. 209 more words

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Authentication at Scale

In working to keep cloud computing users’ data safe, we observe many threats—malware on the client, attacks on ssl, vulnerabilities in web applications, rogue insiders, espionage—but authentication related issues stand out amongst the biggest.

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Cloud Data Protection for the Masses

Offering strong data protection to cloud users while enabling rich applications is a challenging task. Researchers explore a new cloud platform architecture called Data Protection as a Service, which dramatically reduces the per-application development effort required to offer data protection, while still allowing rapid development and maintenance.

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Dealing From a New Deck: Oracle Buys NetSuite

Everything came full circle with NetSuite today, when Oracle announced that it plans to acquire NetSuite for $9.3 billion.

Flashback

In 1998, Evan Goldberg, founder of what was then NetLedger, visited our analyst team at Summit Strategies, where I started my analyst career at back in the day. 773 more words

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IDG Contributor Network: The next step in app modernization: Is AWS domination a foregone conclusion?

I’ve written frequently about app modernization on this blog, as it’s the type of project that my company frequently does for clients. While there are a variety of technologies and platforms that clients build their modernizations on, mostly dependent on their existing technologies and specific needs, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become a dominant force in the space. 78 more words

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At this rate, Amazon will definitely be the first $10 billion cloud company

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Amazon Web Services has brought in nearly $5.5 billion of revenue in its first six months this year, Amazon just reported, putting it on track to be the first company making $10 billion a year in revenue from cloud services. 285 more words

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