Oracle 9i- it was made public in the year 2001 with over 400 features, and graphics, it has merged the traditional business with modern internet applications (both business model and their operation).It is known for its strength in offering performance, scaling, and availability in hosted services exhibited in any software. A real application clusters is a computer-cluster database. In Oracle 9i, Real Application Clusters substituted the Oracle Parallel Server.
Oracle 10g- This database became the first RDBMS release from Oracle Corporation after Oracle 9i that advanced Grid computing technology. Besides these multiple features and advancements, Oracle 10g released resolved the bugs reported from the previous edition of databases like oracle 9i. Major language features included continuing expression functionality support, flashback operations support; recycle bin, and performance improvements. With the rising fame of 10g versions first release, when it became successful then oracle released second edition of 10g in 2005.
Oracle 11g- This is latest released databases of oracle, it was released in 2009. Since its inception, Oracle 11g has become the topic of discussions amongst the database developers and engineers, corporate that are actually utilizing and advancing their operation. Oracle 11g has well equipped with the performance oriented features, language enhancements and logical programming recommendations.