Oracle experts and Verizon Wireless will share Oracle Database Storage best practices and real life experiences. You will learn:
• How to increase Oracle Database performance and storage efficiency
• Why you should consider Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance ZS3 Series in Oracle Database Environments
• Details on Verizon's real-life success with an Oracle on Oracle implementation
What if you could estimate the compression ratio in your database environment to see how much Oracle Advanced Compression can reduce your storage footprint before you consider adding more storage?
If the biggest challenge facing your organization is managing data growth cost effectively, you'll need a better strategy for managing your database storage environment that doesn't involve throwing more storage hardware or administration at the problem.
organizations today, the amount of additional storage hardware purchased each year
in response to data growth shows no sign of slowing down.Regulatory
requirements have changed how and why organizations are required to store more information for longer periods of time.Simply adding more storage isn't a cost effective approach against real world budget
restrictions or when its impact on user response times and application performance takes a nose dive.
Nearly 40% of the respondents from a recent IOUG survey indicate that
reducing costs was their primary reason behind implementing a tiered
storage approach in their Oracle Database environment.But even with the right storage
and compression capabilities, deciding which data should reside where and when
to migrate data from one storage tier to another remains a real world challenge.
Forward-looking IT organizations are adopting advanced strategies for managing
data growth using innovative database technologies that automate compression and
storage tiering while improving database performance.
Database 12c provides new features and options that optimize database storage
and work together to help you implement an Information Lifecycle Management
(ILM) solution in order to manage data growth cost effectively and comply with new regulatory requirements for data retention and
Join us at one of our upcoming Oracle Database events to see firsthand how innovations such as Pluggable Databases and Automatic Data Optimization maximize consolidation and deliver industry leading performance, reliability, and scalability.
Whether you're a DBA, Developer, Enterprise Architect, or CIO, Oracle is offering an event below that will fit your interest including:
Oracle Database Innovation Days
Oracle Database as a Service Workshops
Oracle Database as a Service Roundtables
Oracle Cloud Odyssey coming to a Movie Theater near you
Oracle experts will be on hand to provide a comprehensive overview of this new release. Your peers will be there to share perspectives on the impact of Oracle's latest breakthrough.
Listen to Milt Simonds of AmeriSource Bergen describe
how Oracle Advanced Compression reduced their storage footprint
in their SAP environment by 60% with no impact on performance
while significantly lowering storage management costs for an ROI
between 6 to 9 months.
This is a great example of the evolution happening in Oracle Data Warehousing environments as customers consolidate databases into a single source of truth for their businesses with Oracle Exadata. Not only was Targetbase able to integrate large volumes of social, retail, and point-of-sale (POS)
data, such as Web blogs, to drive richer and more actionable insights
for their clients. They enabled real-time analytics scoring and consumer-specific text mining on large volumes of marketing-related data while achieving some great performance gains with up to 40x faster queries. Learn how Oracle Database compression features helped reduce their storage costs by 30%.
A few times a year, I'm asked to update the Oracle Database Reference Booklet. Each time, the number of customers benefiting from upgrading to the Oracle Database grows. Read for yourself how an airline cut analysis time for travel partner bookings from 10
hours to 10 minutes, helping staff develop better informed partner
sales and marketing strategies. Or how a bank completed their database upgrade without disruption to
their day-to-day operations and minimized system downtime for more than 2
million customers, who expect around the clock services. Or how a manufacturing company saved an expected US$609,000 on storage
hardware costs. These are just of few of the customer who improved performance, provided better service for their customers and saved money with the Oracle Database.
Need a good reason to upgrade to the Oracle Database? Look no further.
The best part of my job is getting to speak with Oracle customers about their experiences with our products. I recently spoke with Sven Lareum, BI Expert at Heidelberg, the world's leading service and solution provider in
the print media industry about the five-figure cost savings they realized when Oracle Advanced Compression was deployed in their SAP environment.
Not only did they reduce storage consumption by 50%, they dramatically improved report processing times and database operational performance to achieve a total return on their investment in less than 5 months. Pretty amazing.
Listen to Satish Zalavadia, Senior
DBA at Bank of America describes how Oracle Advanced
Compression and Secure
Files helped them accommodate
future data growth by reducing
their database storage footprint by 50% saving money and
improving query performance by 80%.
MetLife, a leading global provider of insurance, annuities and employee benefits, has been an Oracle customer and user for many years, and uses Oracle technology for many of its mission-critical applications. On top of the Oracle Database, they deployed business applications from Oracle such as PeopleSoft, Enterprise Performance Management solutions, and OBIEE. For failover scenarios, MetLife deployed Oracle Data Guard a while back, and soon realized that with new capabilities introduced with Oracle Active Data Guard, internal global reporting functionality can easily be improved by generating reports from the open, and otherwise idle, standby database. To increase internal resource utilization even more, MetLife made the decision to use Oracle Advanced Compression, that reduced disk space considerably for archiving requirements and production systems alike. In production environments, the savings were even multiplied as it also reduced the amount of data that gets shipped over the wire to, and stored at, every standby database.
Watch Margaret Maglione, Director of Oracle Implementation, explain how her team realized just that: