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Friday, February 8, 2008

Oracle Launches Data Integration Suite

Oracle has launched the Oracle Data Integration Suite, which combines
traditional data integration capabilities with an array of middleware
and tooling for constructing a service oriented architecture. Data
Integration Suite costs $60,000 per CPU for a package that bundles
Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle/Hyperion Data Relationship Manager
with the company's BPEL Process Manager, enterprise service bus,
application server, business-to-business engine, and business rules
engine. Oracle's suite aligns its data-integration offerings with its
Fusion Middleware line for SOA. Additional options in the suite
include a new pair of data quality tools, Oracle Data Quality for
Data Integrator and Oracle Data Profiling, which the company developed
with Harte-Hanks Trillium Software. Also, Oracle is optionally offering
its Coherence Data Grid, technology acquired through Oracle's purchase
of Tangosol last year, and a number of adapters, including ones for
applications and unstructured content, as options... Marketing materials
announcing the Oracle's release stress the suite's applicability to
heterogenous environments, noting its support for a broad array of
databases, including IBM DB2, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Teradata,
and Oracle.

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