Taking Your Database Performance To The Next Level

Ken Moreau, Solutions Engineer, Violin Memory and Carol Bassett, Product Marketing, HP
IT departments are under constant pressure to decrease time-to-data that drives business decisions and allows quick reaction to new market opportunities. Exponential database growth has led to a performance and availability crisis for business critical applications that cannot be solved with software tuning. The problem is I/O and can be solved only by increased I/O through a combination of more powerful servers and a breakthrough in storage performance.

Please join us on this webcast to introduce you to a new, integrated high performance database solution from HP, Violin Memory and Red Hat that solves the I/O issues for business-critical OLTP and BI/DW applications.
May 3 2012
32 mins
Taking Your Database Performance To The Next Level
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