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Oracle and Hewlett-Packard have begun extensive efforts to boost support of Oracle databases running on HP hardware, offering joint customer support and a hardware-software bundle.
The two companies in late 1998 will offer the Mission-Critical Server Suite that features two HP K-class Unix servers; the Oracle Parallel Server database; HP's MC/ServiceGuard software, for switching between servers during system failures; and an HP AutoRAID system for disk storage. No pricing was available on the bundling.
The services program, which also debuts later this year, is called the HP and Oracle Mission-Critical Service Integration Program. It features a single point of …