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Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
Friday Mar 07, 2014
By DataMurthy-Oracle on Mar 07, 2014
Thursday Feb 13, 2014
By DataMurthy-Oracle on Feb 13, 2014
In the era of big data, data warehousing is becoming even more relevant for enterprises eager to become more information-driven. Every year, Oracle conducts an informal survey of customers to understand what the latest trends in Data Warehousing are and what opportunities customers are taking advantage of to leverage those trends. We publish the results of the survey in a whitepaper and webcast. Download the whitepaper on “Top 10 Data Warehousing Trends and Opportunities” here:
Download the whitepaper on “Top 10 Data Warehousing Trends and Opportunities” here:
And check out the replay of our recent webcast on “Top Data Warehousing Trends and Opportunities for 2014” and find out how industry leaders are taking advantage of new software and hardware technologies to simplify data management and supercharge analytics performance.
Monday May 20, 2013
By Margaret Hamburger-Oracle on May 20, 2013
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.
Wednesday Mar 20, 2013
By Margaret Hamburger-Oracle on Mar 20, 2013
Monday Mar 11, 2013
By Margaret Hamburger-Oracle on Mar 11, 2013
Recently, I had the a unique opportunity to moderate a panel of Data Warehousing experts which included Dan Vesset from IDC, George Lumkin from Oracle and Arup Nanda from Starwood Hotels & Resorts. If you missed the live event, the on-demand broadcast is now available. Don't miss your opportunity to get expert advice on the data warehousing trends and best practices that can help to transform your business. Watch it now!
Friday Mar 08, 2013
By Margaret Hamburger-Oracle on Mar 08, 2013
Oracle Exadata Database Machine delivers extreme performance for Data Warehousing and OLTP workloads, It also provides the 'petabyte scalability' required to cost effectively manage the sheer volume of data collected and stored by enterprise customers.
Read how these customers address 'petabyte scalability' with Oracle Exadata Database Machine in their environments:
Turkcell manages 100 terabytes of compressed data—that's a whopping petabyte of uncompressed raw data—on Oracle Exadata. When combined with the analytics capabilities of Oracle Advanced Analytics, they can now complete antifraud analysis for large amounts of call-data records in just a few hours.
SK Telecom became the first mobile communications operator in Korea to
introduce rate plans with unlimited data usage. This led to a large
increase in data volumes and, as a result, the company’s data analysis
and verification processes became more complex. On average 40 billion
transactions are processed each day on Oracle Exadata Database Machine enabling the company to store 1 petabyte of raw
data. Now they can provide detailed, accurate information about their customers’ roaming
data usage while ensuring high availability and performance to support billions of transactions a day.