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Oracle has updated its cloud infrastructure play with data-center technology that puts Java on the metal. On Monday, the database giant said that WebLogic Server can now run on Oracle VM without an operating system thanks to a piece of software called JRockit Virtual Edition. The combination is available in a new suite called …


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  1. Anonymous Coward
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    A New Way execute an inefficient Programming Language (and yes, this applies to the best possible JIT compiler).

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Just say no

      Hear, hear! Enough of these high level languages. Assembler forever.

  2. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    Pay Peanuts, get Monkeys ..... Pay Real Money, rent Geniuses and Wise Guys and Gangster Molls?

    Seems to me like JRockit Virtual Edition is just like a juicy baited hook for a company gone phishing for exotic prey/fodder to keep itself alive and a leading innovative player in a novel field.

    Surely an ad for Cloud and CyberSpace Controllers would work better baited with loads of filthy lucre. Such attracts all sorts from the Good, the Bad and the Ugly and all of them pretty sure of themselves and the worth of their product/services.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Dead Vulture

    Uh ..

    "WebLogic Server is Oracle's flagship database" ? oops

  4. Anonymous Coward


    "WebLogic Server is Oracle's flagship database."

    Wow. We have a new database!

  5. Adrian 14

    Err. Not.

    "WebLogic Server is Oracle's flagship database."

    Err. Not.

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