Computer Technology – A Brief History of Oracle

There are many different software implementations that are useful today in computer technology, as often our software, not hardware, dictates what a computer is capable. One of the most useful recent software applications for computer technology is a tool known as Oracle. Oracle is a database and information management system, a new one that have a more effective and user-friendly management system than ever before. This is thanks to the implementation of an object-based information system. Much the same way that Windows gave the computer a user-friendly face, Oracle has done the same for information and data storage systems. Oracle is the latest and greatest technology in the Information Technology and data management industry, and many technicians and specialists in the field have been trying to learn the system as soon as possible. The technology was initially created by a man named Larry Ellison, along with his two professional programming colleagues Ed Oates and Bob Miner. These three musketeers of the data management world came together and collaborated on a consultant firm that they dubbed, Software Development Laboratories. There, the think tank of professionals that they accrued rapidly began creating the first pioneering version of Oracle. The name originated from a special code-name for a project that Larry worked on during his time coding for the CIA.

Rajinder Sachdeva

Rajinder Sachdeva

This rich history of Oracle is interesting, but also explains why the technology has developed so rapidly and been so instrumental in improving the field of database management and Information Technology. With humble beginnings, this software would go on to continue to be one of the most integral and important data management systems utilized by industry and government alike today.

Rajinder Sachdeva is an Information Technology professional who specializes in the maintain and support of Oracle database management systems and almost all Oracle products