Ovum analyst Roy Illsley has published a research note exploring the customer benefits of deploying Oracle Engineered Systems.
Oracle has produced a range of systems that are unlike others in the integrated systems market, and the term "engineered systems"describes this differentiation extremely well.
One of the key differentiators of Oracle’s Engineered Systems is the inherent reliability, scalability, and performance that these systems deliver.
While Oracle’s Engineered Systems are designed to address customers’ most pressing challenges in their data centers, central to Oracle’s Engineered Systems value proposition is the comprehensive support agreement that Oracle offers to customers.
Oracle’s Engineered Systems deliver a solution that is engineered for a particular purpose: to deliver reliability, performance, and scalability.
Oracle’s strategy is to provide solutions for businesses to focus on business issues not IT issues
Oracle Engineered Systems simplify the management of data and databases for enterprise customers.
One of the biggest strengths of Oracle’s range of Engineered Systems is the ability for these systems to all be interconnected and managed through a single management tool, Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.
Oracle has purchased distribution rights to this report which can be found HERE
Oracle Tackles Data Center Cost and Complexity with Next-Generation Engineered Systems
New integrated appliances deliver greater business value by reducing IT costs
Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jan 21, 2015
At a live event today, Oracle Executive Chairman of the Board and CTO Larry Ellison outlined Oracle's strategy for reducing customer costs and increasing value with a new generation of engineered systems, including Oracle's new Virtual Compute Appliance X5, Oracle FS1 Series Flash Storage System, and sixth-generation Oracle Exadata Database Machine X5.
What happens when extreme performance meets extreme savings? Find out on January 21, 2015, as Larry Ellison, Executive Chairman of the Board and Chief Technology Officer, unveils the datacenter of the future.
TheCube will be joining us, so tune in early for live interviews. After the announcement, expert–led sessions and a panel will address engineered systems, converged infrastructure, and Big Data.
EMEA Engineered Systems Partner Update Call: Improve Engineered Systems Sales with Operational Management Thursday 12th December, 2013 at 15:00 CET - 2pm UK
This e-seminar will explain the key points of Oracle's Engineered
Systems Operational Management initiative, outline the services
available from the EMEA Engineered Systems Operational Management
Taskforce, and show how partners can request and leverage those
services during the sales cycle.
EMEA Engineered Systems
Partner Update Call: Engineered
Systems updates from Oracle
OpenWorld Wednesday 30th
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