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13/05/2010
SAP to buy Sybase for $5.8 billion
German business software maker SAP AG has agreed to buy Sybase Inc. in a $5.8 billion deal that ratchets up SAP's rivalry with database leader Oracle Corp.
12/05/2010
MariaDB 5.1.44b Released
MariaDB, a branch of the MySQL database which includes all major open source storage engines, including the Maria storage engine.
01/04/2010
Apache CouchDB 0.11.0 loses the alpha/beta tag
The project recently left alpha and beta statuses behind with its version 0.11.0 release.
04/03/2010
SQL Server JDBC Driver 3.0 Community Technology Preview (CTP)
A preview of the upcoming Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) driver is currently up for grabs via the Microsoft Download Center.
16/02/2010
SQL Server 2008 SP2 Drops in Q3 2010, SQL Server 2005 SP4 by the end of the year
Microsoft will deliver two service packs for older releases of its data platform by the end of this year, the company confirmed. Both SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 2 and SQL Server 2005 SP4 are planned for general availability in the second half of 2010.
16/02/2010
Latest release of Oracle Database Lite now available
Oracle has announced availability of the latest release of Oracle Database Lite, a comprehensive solution for developing, deploying and managing applications for mobile and embedded environments.
20/01/2010
Microsoft Readies SQL Server 2008 R2 for May Release
Microsoft plans to release SQL Server 2008 R2, currently in the CTP phase, by May 2010.
10/01/2010
Oracle set to release 24-fix update
New patch will deal with database and application server vulnerabilities.
16/12/2009
MySQL 5.5 Milestone 2 improves replication and stored procedures
The MySQL developers have released milestone 2 of MySQL 5.5, on the path to a general release in mid-2010.
01/12/2009
IBM Confirms Acquisition of Database Security Vendor
After initially refusing to comment, IBM gives in and confirms reports that it is acquiring Guardium. The acquisition brings Guardium's database activity monitoring and data security capabilities into IBM's software portfolio.