ACCELERATE, CONSOLIDATE, AND SIMPLIFY
All-Flash Arrays (AFAs) are the preferred choice to accelerate high-performance OLTP and decision support/analytics applications on Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases. But not all AFAs are equal. Performance is just one dimension. XtremIO excels in all.
This research note is designed to support the near and mid-term infrastructure plans for Oracle infrastructure practitioners and DBAs, and better understand the fit of products like ODA relative to other appliances in Oracle's portfolio.
Since the SQL Access Group created the Call Level Interface, ODBC has become the most ubiquitous method for connecting to relational database sources. ODBC was developed to allow programmers to access relational data in a uniform manner, regardless of the database backend. ODBC translates those generic commands into the specific esoteric commands of the database backend, so the quality of the driver directly determines the performance of the database connectivity layer. Learn more today!
This brief presents the customer benefits of using Storwize V7000 storage systems with an Oracle 11g database. It discusses key customer challenges and how they can easily be met with the combined IBM solution.
"DBAs need help with tackling significant issues, including doing more with fewer resources, quickly responding to upgrade and patch needs, while reducing the time spent on cloning databases. Finally, they need help eliminating the time they spend integrating, testing, and deploying full-stack cloud solutions. How can DBAs reconcile these competing demands?
Learn more about expanded offerings in a database appliance that are delivering numerous advantages. These new configurations have the potential to help IT derive new benefits in its efforts to serve the business.
Listen as Oracle Executive Vice President of Converged Infrastructure Dave Donatelli announces the expansion of the Oracle Database Appliance portfolio, and explains how Oracle can provide organizations with a pathway to the cloud. Discover how your organization can reduce database complexity, simplify database administration, and better control costs.
Oracle’s latest Database Cloud release offers game changing enterprise cloud scale capabilities that are designed to help organizations of any size from enterprise, to SMBs including individual developers easily onboard to the cloud.
The challenges faced by midsize businesses remain daunting. An uncertain economic outlook, slow market growth and cost pressures continue to affect most industries. Yet, in most geographies, IT spending by midsize businesses is increasing. This report deals with this cost/benefit equation. Specifically, it compares the IBM i 7.1 operating system deployed on Power Systems with two alternatives: use of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008, and use of x86 Linux with Oracle Database 11g, both deployed on Intel-based servers.
The world is moving rapidly towards a New Style of IT, and will leave behind any business that doesn’t adapt even more rapidly. Is your storage ready? Learn how HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage is the only primary storage architecture you will ever need—regardless of whether you are a midsize enterprise experiencing rapid growth in your virtualized Microsoft® Exchange, Microsoft SQL, or Oracle Database environment, a large enterprise looking to support IT as a Service (ITaaS), or a global service provider building a hybrid/private cloud.
This white paper provides an overview of Oracle Real Application Clusters 11g Release 2 with an emphasis on the features and functionality that can be implemented to provide the highest availability and scalability for your enterprise applications.
As the amount and importance of corporate data grows, companies of all sizes are finding that they increasingly need to deploy high-availability database solutions to support their business-critical applications.
Emerging technologies such as cloud computing are essential, not only for the consolidation of database applications but also for the storage, availability, security and performance of increasingly complex data warehousing architectures.
While Oracle has long offered Oracle Exadata to serve the needs of larger enterprises, the Oracle Database Appliance now offers that same high availability, service, and reliability to small- and mid-sized markets.
By using the Oracle Exadata Database Machine as your data warehouse platform you have a balanced, high performance hardware configuration. This paper focuses on the other two corner stones, data modeling and data loading.
Learn how organizations can use Oracle Exadata to reduce IT costs through consolidation, manage more data on multiple compression tiers, improve the performance of all applications, and make better business decisions in real time.
This paper focuses on configuring Oracle GoldenGate to run on Oracle Exadata. The Oracle Exadata Database Machine can act as the source database, as the target database, or in some cases as both source and target databases for GoldenGate processing.