For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

JAVA Under Oracle: Seven Things You Need To Know

Java Standards Will Narrow; MySQL, ADF, And JDeveloper Will Expand

Why Read This Report

Oracle's proposed purchase of Sun Microsystems (ticker symbol: JAVA) will give it control over two of the most widely used application development technologies in the industry: the Java platform and MySQL. Oracle can't say exactly what it intends to do with these software products until the deal closes, but Forrester predicts that the Java platform will become more narrowly focused, while MySQL will anchor Oracle's efforts to beat Microsoft at selling databases to small to medium-size enterprises. In addition, Oracle is likely to roll out a database machine that specializes in extreme database performance and scalability using Sun hardware and storage, an idea that CEO Larry Ellison has promoted for years. Shops that want to align with Oracle as their key Java vendor must start to understand Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF), which are core to Oracle's platform and applications strategies. These are among the top seven things application development and program management pros need to know about an Oracle-Sun combination.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Java And MySQL Are Safe, But Oracle Will Shift The Direction Of Both
  • Oracle Gets The Final Word On The Java Platform's Future
  • RECOMMENDATIONS

    Find Your Balance In The New World
  • ALTERNATIVE VIEW

    Oracle Will Let MySQL Wither From Neglect
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents