1346 — Oracle announces plans to make 10g technology available to Apple developers

Jul 1, 2004 | Conteúdos Em Ingles

Oracle has plans to make its technology available to developers who are using the latest version of Apple Computer’s UNIX-based operating system. With this announcement Java developers using Mac OS X and creating J2EE applications and Web services will start benefiting from the open standards-based productivity provided by Oracle JDeveloper’s J2EE framework and visual development environment.

Oracle said this act demonstrates its ongoing commitment to support Java, Web Services and Database developers on all major platforms including the increasingly popular Mac OS X platform. Through this process, both companies will be able to provide customers a cost-effective, scalable and reliable database solution base on the flexibility of Oracle Database 10g running on Apple’s UNIX-based Mac OS X Server and the power of the new Xserve G5.

Oracle Database 10g Early Adopters Release 2 for Apple Mac OS X is immediately available for free download and evaluation to all registered Oracle Technology (OTN) members. Oracle plans to have the production version of Oracle Database 10g, and JDeveloper 10g for Apple Mac OS X available for free download and evaluation during the second half of this year.


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