Please join us for an interactive Webcast where you can ask our Oracle experts questions and learn firsthand how to efficiently manage all stages of Oracle Exadata’s lifecycle, from testing to deployment. You’ll learn how to:
• Maximize and predict database performance
• Drive down IT operational costs through automation
• Ensure service quality with proactive management
Register today and unlock the potential of Oracle Exadata for your enterprise. All Webcast attendees will receive a complimentary copy of IDC’s "Exadata Exceeds Expectations."
Join this Webcast to learn how customers are eliminating downtime using Oracle GoldenGate while also leveraging its other unique capabilities including:
• Active-Active database replication for phased migration to minimise risk
• Real-time data feeds into Oracle Exadata for reporting with timely information
• Reliable real-time data synchronisation for standby systems
Most companies can’t afford any downtime when migrating mission-critical systems to a new platform. Oracle GoldenGate’s real-time, heterogeneous data replication capabilities enable you to migrate to Oracle Exadata without impacting business operations.
Join us for this complimentary Webcast on 14th November
Although still a concern to many in the Life Sciences industry Cloud Computing offers many business and operational advantages and can be implemented in a controlled and compliant manner. In the second of three webcasts looking at the compliant use of Cloud Computing, specialists from Business & Decision’s Life Sciences and Oracle Corporation look at how supplier activities can be leveraged to provide “Platform as a Service” as part of a Private Cloud model.Read more >
Oracle expert Tom Kyte presents the best practices of Oracle's Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) in this Complimentary Webcast on April 30
Data is one of the most critical assets of any organisation, with many operations depending on having complete and accurate data available 24/7. By implementing Oracle’s MAA, organisations can minimise the cost and risk associated with downtime.
Oracle’s MAA best practices extend beyond Oracle Database to span a broad range of products, including Oracle Exadata and Oracle Database Appliance.
Join Tom Kyte at this live event to learn how to:
Protect your systems from planned and unplanned downtime
Achieve the highest quality of service at the lowest cost
Eliminate idle redundancy in the data center
Join us for this complimentary event and learn how Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c makes database lifecycle management easier. You’ll learn how to:
• Simplify database configurations thanks to extensive automation for discovery and change detection
• Improve IT service levels with Oracle’s next-generation database patching and provisioning automation
• Ensure consistency and compliance with comprehensive database change management
• An integrated management tool for Oracle’s Exadata
Managing multiple databases in today’s nonstop, fast-paced IT environment and ever changing business requirements is a constant challenge. Trying to maintain consistency across the entire lifecycle—from development and testing to production—can be difficult.
Join us on May 22 for a complimentary webcast on how Oracle Exalogic is the simple way to deploy and upgrade your business applications. Oracle Exalogic is hardware and software engineered together to provide extreme performance, reliability and scalability for your critical applications. Hyundai Motor Company saves more than US$1 Million per year with Exalogic and related Oracle products.
During this webcast you will hear how Oracle customers have used Exalogic to:
• Seize new market opportunities
• Lower business risk
• Reduce the cost of application deployments
“We chose Oracle Exalogic, Oracle Exadata, Oracle WebLogic Server, and Oracle WebCenter Content over their competitors as Oracle offers stable storage for petabytes of data and high processing speeds. We have cut the time spent each day on document-related work by around 85% and saved up to US$1.1 million in printing costs.” Kang Tae-jin, Manager, General Affairs Team
If you would like to contact Tom Smith directly for more information, his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve will be addressing the storage implications of 'Big Data', in terms of the IOPS demands from conventional scale up solutions and relational data contrasted with unconventional scale out solutions using non relational data. I will look at the impact of row and column compression, low latency SANs, solid state disks as means of scaling up relational Big Data. I will also look at Hadoop DFS, NoSQL, Sharding, MapReduce, Cassandra and scale out storage and the requirements for IO.
Steve will compare and contrast, Oracle ExaData, Acunu Storage Platform, and EMC Greenplum looking at how each takes a different approach to solving the 'Big Data' problem.
Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Linux offers significant performance and scalability enhancements. As part of Oracle Exadata development efforts, Oracle Linux has been optimized for the most demanding enterprise servers and applications, including improvements in Infiniband and RDS technologies, leading to:
• 75 percent performance gain in OLTP performance tests over a Red Hat 5 Compatible Kernel
• 5x faster Infiniband messaging
• Improved scalability and reduced lock contention in networking, storage and IPC subsystems
If you have a high-demand workload environment and want to understand the benefits of the improvements in RDS and Infiniband, please join Director of Linux Kernel Engineering, Chris Mason as he discusses scalability and performance improvements in the Linux environment. They will also talk about tuning the software stack, tools used in determining bottlenecks and addressing them as well as overall performance improvements and benefits in Infiniband and RDS. You will walk away with a better understanding of why Linux is able to scale better on 8-socket systems.