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[TechNet Blogs] Chances are you work in a heterogeneous environment that includes a variety of technologies from Microsoft®, Linux, MySQL and Apple. Integration becomes vital in order for your core business applications to maintain business flow and efficiency.
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[ITPUBè®ºå- Oracleå¼å] How To Access MySQL from Oracle With ODBC and SQL - Oracleå¼å ...: It¡¯s running Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex 32bits, but I won¡¯t dig into the challenge of installing the MySQL Connector ODBC 5.1 on it. All I¡¯ll tell you is that, if I understand correctly, the version of iodbc that comes with Intrepid doesn¡¯t support MySQL Connector ODBC 5.1 too well, and the messages that it returns are not quite explicit.
[SuperSite Blog - All Comments] Microsoft Releases System Center Virtual Machine Manager R2 Beta ...: They pretty much enforce the idea to buy SBS 2008 Premium so that you get a clean Windows Server 2008 Standard to act as a host (you still get that VM license too), and run the main SBS server as either a VM side-by-side with the second server VM on the same hardware, or run it on separate hardware and just virtualize your multiple OS's on the second server separately. It's cheaper buying SBS Premium than buying SBS Standard and adding a second server later.
[IndicThreads] Oracle releases free database: Oracle seems to have finally responded to the growing presence of free and open source databases in the small and mid-size segment. The Oracle site is now offering Oracle Database 10g Express Edition Beta Release for download on Windows and Linux.
[TechTrax] (Simply) Securing your Linux and Windows Environment: This tutorial does not pretend to be the end all be all of security documents. It does include a lot of basic security procedures and practices that are easy to implement and don't get in the way of getting your work done.
[Port 25: The Open Source Community at Microsoft : Dev Center, App] MySQL on Windows: Configuration & Install - Port 25: The Open ...: My comments (and even Norbertos) had to do with the fact that MySQL is a single-vendor solution which uses client-library licensing to sell software licenses to non-GPL-compliant developers (I believe they now offer additional permissions to the developers of apps using other OSI-approvied licenses) while PostgreSQL is multi-vendor, and the client libraries are BSD-licensed. It is the question of single-party control over what you can do with the software more than about licenses.
[Jeff Jones Security Blog] Jeff Jones Security Blog : Feb09 Security Bulletin SDL Benefit Summary: This section summarizes the vulnerabilities and any corresponding SDL benefit for Windows and Windows components. Because of interest in browsers, Ill also break out Internet Explorer separately.
[TechScrawl.com] IIS, PHP, and MySQL on Server Core « TechScrawl.com: Apache is typically run on top of the Linux OS in tandem with MySQL and PHP, a setup referred to as a LAMP server (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). I had the need for such an environment in a recent project, and with the reduced attack surface, .
[Port 25: The Open Source Community at Microsoft - All Comments] MySQL on Windows: A Beautiful Game - Port 25: The Open Source ...: Situation: How many times did you wonder if some neat and big spreadsheet could be imported quickly into a DB in order to be able to do queries and data manipulation beyond Excel’s capabilities? How many times did you prototype in Excel what would be a few tables prototyping the solution to a given problem and now need to create the DB to start developing your application?
[Jeff Jones Security Blog] Jeff Jones Security Blog : Coverity Confused Claims Cause ...: The project found 985 bugs in the 5.7 million lines of code that make up the latest version of the Linux core operating system, or kernel. A typical commercial program of similar size usually has more than 5,000 flaws or defects, according to data from Carnegie Mellon University.