Eliminating Silent Data Corruption in Linux

Presented by

Martin Petersen, Linux Kernel Developer, Oracle and Sergio Leunissen, Sr.Director, Linux Engineering, Oracle

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Increasing complexity and growth in data centers have led to significant concerns about silent data corruption. Without an end-to-end protection technology, data corruption can go unnoticed until recovery is difficult and costly, or even impossible to perform. Database administrators face many challenges in developing and supporting applications that are often the lifeblood of their organization. One of the concerns is the integrity of data as it travels through the storage area network (SAN) between servers and storage arrays. Please join Martin Petersen, lead Linux kernel developer at Oracle and Sergio Leunissen, Senior Director, Linux Product Management as they talk about the latest technology innovations that help eliminate silent data corruption in Linux environment. They will discuss the new features in Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Linux that reduce the potential for incorrect data to be written to the disk, decreasing application and database errors and system down-time. Customers now have access to comprehensive data integrity capabilities across the entire Linux stack, allowing them to reduce costs while increasing efficiencies and uptime.

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