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A Technical Overview of the Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Exadata Storage Server
By Oracle | 4/7/2012
The Oracle Exadata Database Machine is an easy to deploy solution for hosting the Oracle Database that delivers the highest levels of database performance available. The Exadata Database Machine is a “cloud in a box” composed of database servers, Oracle Exadata Storage Servers, an InfiniBand fabric for storage networking and all the other components required to host an Oracle Database. Read more.
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Database Manageability and Productivity Cost Comparison Study - Oracle Database 11g Release 2 VS IBM DB2 Enterprise 9.7
By Oracle | 4/7/2012
Over the last several decades, database management systems have become an integral part of every corporate IT landscape. The challenge for every organisation that tracks large amounts of data is to cost effectively deal with explosive growth, while keeping IT budgets intact. The purpose of this database manageability and productivity cost comparison study is to provide IT decision makers with factual information to address these challenges.
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Database Manageability and Productivity Cost Comparison Study: Oracle Database 11g Release 2 VS IBM DB2 Enterprise 9.7
By Oracle | 4/7/2012
In today’s complex and ever changing IT landscape, organisations are finding themselves faced with a growing array of IT management challenges. With such an explosive growth in the number of databases, data volumes, and application requirements, management of database environments is becoming far more complex. The purpose of this database manageability and productivity cost comparison study is to provide IT decision makers with factual information to address these challenges.
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Database Consolidation onto Private Clouds
By Oracle | 4/7/2012
Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources or shared services. The key benefits of cloud computing are reduced costs, reduced complexity, improved quality of service, and increased flexibility when responding to changes in workload. Read more.
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Optimising Storage and Protecting Data with Oracle Database 11g
By Oracle | 4/7/2012
This paper focuses on key Oracle Database 11g capabilities that help IT departments better optimise their storage infrastructure, enabling administrators to deliver a cost-effective, scalable data management platform that is easy to manage, reduces costs, and protects data while continuing to deliver the performance and availability that today’s businesses require.
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Data Centre Best Practices: Managing Data with Cloud Computing
By Oracle | 4/7/2012
Leveraging data in innovative ways offers businesses unparalleled opportunities to understand and respond to the needs of a rapidly moving and changing market. Yet as an increasing volume of data from ever-growing numbers of sources pours into data centres, today’s enterprise is just as likely to drown in its data as it is to harness it for a strategic market advantage. Read more.
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Case Study: BT Operate Boosts Service Levels and Lowers Management Costs by Standardising on Oracle Database 11g for Consolidation onto a Private Cloud
By Oracle | 4/7/2012
British Telecommunications depends heavily on its database infrastructure to support critical business applications. But the complexity of managing thousands of databases representing a mix of products, versions, operating systems, and hardware was taking a toll. Read more.
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Benefits of Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 on Dell Compellent with Data Progression
By Dell | 27/6/2012
Messaging and collaboration platforms have emerged as mission critical applications, consuming a large portion of IT spending for organisations. The rich features in these applications have significantly changed the messaging requirements and needs of today’s information from anywhere with any device, the result is an ever increasing demand on storage systems both in terms of capacity and bandwidth. Many organisations are rethinking their storage strategies to meet the demanding criteria and to handle the future requirements. Read more.
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The Hybrid Computing Proposition: Challenging and Overcoming Past Bias is Key to Achieving Breakthrough Gains
By IBM Australia | 7/11/2011
The next generation of application server solutions has arrived but will you recognise them when you see them? It’s time to take another look at how new technologies challenge the efficacy of traditional architectural approaches, beyond virtualisation and into the future.
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