Aesthetic changes in Oracle software

Oracle 8i, released in 1999, is an important version of Oracle's prosperity, in which i means "Internet ready", in the 1990s Internet business, there is such a trend of thought, people think that after entering the network era we do not need a traditional sense of computer, such as SUN at the forefront of the times companies put forward the "network is the computer" loud slogan, can be said to be today's hot pioneer of cloud computing, Unfortunately, the teacher did not die first.

In this age of "Internet" fashion, countless vendors are worshipping under the WWW World Wide Web door, and it is clear that 8i is one of the winners.

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From the index page of the 8i installation media, you can see the prototype of the grid calculation after the existence of the already existing. Oracle is still using a red, black and grey style in the other 8i LOGO. In fact, this is a very postmodern style, giving people a strong feeling, full of a thousand-year-old fantasy.

The 9i, released in 2001, is a work of great interest after 8i, with more than 400 features added to the 8i base, the most notable of which is probably the loss of OPS to RAC. The 9i is more stable than the 8i, and like the entire IT industry, many of the bubbles are maturing.

Throughout the era, the Oracle trademark in red and white has emerged, and this style continues to this day. But 9i is still a version of black-based color.

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You can still find the shadow of the previous version of black style in 10g R1 in 2003:

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but overall my favorite 10g installation interface style, it's very fresh, unmasked, robust and trustworthy, and starts quickly:

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The 11g, which went on sale in 2007, is arguably Oracle's most influential product in 20 years, with R1 and R2 styles in the 11g very different, and R1's interface style is still more similar to 10g, although it has been replaced by blue tones, and from 11g R1 Oracle seems to have completely shaken off the black-grey style and looked more dynamic and vibrant.

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The 11G R2, released in 2009, seems determined not to go the other way, and in this version Oracle's aesthetic style has changed dramatically, from 10g simplicity to a shiny, slightly luxurious Style, which some say is somewhat similar to BEA's style.

Personally, I prefer 10g simplicity, and 11g R2 OOI is more about startup time and resource consumption:

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